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Over 80 percent of COVID-19 patients have vitamin D deficiency, study finds
"Is mounting that a particular nutrients may help protect against the Corona virus. Spanish researchers say People who suffer the most from covered 19 are almost twice as likely to be deficient in vitamin D. Among the hospitalized patients they studied 82% or deficient, compared with fewer than 50% in the general population at a separate study finds people who take vitamin D pills are less likely to suffer from respiratory problems in general, don't want to shell out for appeals. The best source of vitamin D is son. Night. Vicki Barker. CBS News London,
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"Got a lot of questions about that one. You want to go cast your ballot in person. Don't do it in person. They're already having trouble. I just with the mail in ballots in Clark County and lost value. Stay tuned, huh? Joe Biden is upping his advertising in Nevada to target the substantial Latino community. He's airing ads in Spanish, which Mr Trump is not doing. My next stop the biggest little city in the world. Reno Till then Happy trails Jim Taylor KCBS Well, the early voter turn out around the Bay area is nothing short of phenomenal. KCBS reporter Tim Ryan tells us employers going beyond what is required to get us to the polls. Most of us are voting by mail. But if we decide to vote on Tuesday, Election day The boss must allow it in most states, including California time has to be given to exercise the power of the vote and and so time off from work. Is something that is often granted, but but often is not granted. Political science professor David McEwen at Cinema State University says it's become cool to allow not only time off to vote, but For some companies the entire day off. Those include sales force and old Navy here in San Francisco, but also Starbucks, Goldman Sachs and the number of the big automobile manufacturers how this actually works and how the rubber hits the road will be. AH, difficult conversation and look This goes further to how Covic how the pandemic has changed everything about this election about our society and about the relationship that workers have to there, Cos there have been attempts to make Election Day, a state holiday in California, but it's never gained enough support to Naturally become law. Tim Ryan KCBS If you are skeptical of this year's presidential election process, Well, you're in good company, according to the final Preelection poll by Berkeley, I gs 40% of voters remain skeptical that the election will be conducted in a way that is fair and open. 46% now report being less confident that their vote will be counted if they mailed in their vote that if they voted in person. Meantime, 87% also agree with this statement. I worry that many Americans will not respect the outcome of this year's presidential elections. Evidence is mounting that vitamin D may protect against Cove in 19, CBS news correspondent Vicki Barker reports from the foreign desk in London. Spanish researchers say people who suffer the most from covet 19 are almost twice as likely to be deficient in vitamin D. Among the hospitalized patients they studied 82% or deficient, compared with fewer than 50% in the general population at a separate study finds people who take vitamin D pills are less likely to suffer from respiratory problems in general, don't want to shell out for pills. Best source of vitamin D is sunlight. Vicki Barker, CBS News London CASE. CBS News Time to 35 in less than three minutes, Kim vessels going to update that crash on 101 in San Mateo, but right now, Dave Ross The wonderfulness of voting. This is Dave Ross on the CBS News radio network presented by Capital One bank. I know election interference happens. But the other part of the story is that for many millions of us voting is going pretty well. The only person who's ever tried to change my vote. Is the person I live with. And really it's not that she changes it. But rather helps me better understand which bubble I meant the color and in King County here in Washington state, we have 73 ballot. Dropbox is ours was less than a mile away and no lines, so I was happy they do make you sign that nasty statement on the envelope threatening you with jail for voting more than once, But the ballot had 39 bubbles to fill out so I wasn't at all tempted. That was a little different from my sister in Westport in upstate New York. First time ever having to wait in line for early voting? It took 50 minutes. My other sister in the Bronx waited two hours without snacks or a bathroom. You must have looked desperate because a poll worker came out and said You could come back another day, But the family all texted they're urging her to stick it out for her country because, as I reminded her when the going gets tough The tough hold it in. Pro tip for those of you required to vote in person. Those absorbent briefs have come a long way. Not nearly as bulky as before. So I'll tell you what I told her. You're an American. Put on your slim line Patriot pants. And make yourself heard. Dave Ross on the CBS News Radio network. Capital..
Police officer killed by rooster's blade during cockfight raid
"By a rooster there supposedly band during the pandemic. But cockfights have continued in the Philippines and now they've cost a police officer. His life. Lieutenant Christine Bullock was breaking up an illegal cock fight in a provincial town. When one of the roosters struck him with the razor sharp steel blade tied to its leg. It sliced through his left thigh, opening an artery. He bled to death. Three people were arrested and illegal. Betting proceeds were confiscated. Totaling $11, Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London 25
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"Giving up hope of finding her. It's now been 13 years since Stacy Peterson disappeared. Her case captivated the nation. Eventually, her husband, drew Peterson went to prison after being convicted of murdering his third wife, Kathleen Savio. Stacy's family says they still hold out hope that she'll be found. Peterson's two Children are now 15 and 17 years old. They've been in the care of jurors oldest son Steven, and that's where they remain in. The family has had annual vigils but had to cancel this year because of the pandemic. Cisco Kodo NEWS radio 105.9 FM evidence is mounting that a particular nutrients may help protect against the Corona virus. Spanish researchers say People who suffer the most from covered 19 are almost twice as likely to be deficient in vitamin D. Among the hospitalized patients they studied 82% or deficient, compared with fewer than 50% in the general population at a separate study finds people who take vitamin D pills are less likely to suffer from respiratory problems in general, don't want to shell out for appeals. The best source of vitamin D is son. Night. Vicki Barker. CBS News London, W VT. Of News time 2 53 time for business. Here's guarantee. A Bloomberg Jennifer worry over a cove it economic chilling effect is hitting stocks. We're seeing the biggest single day decline in about two months and Corona Virus worries are also slamming energy markets. Oil futures tumbled 5.5% to finish below 37 a half dollars a barrel. Amid anxiety that both short and long term travel will be crimped by the new Covic uptick. The Dow sinking 842 points. That's a loss of more than 3%. The NASDAQ lower by 3 72. That's a loss of three and a quarter percent and the S and P tumbling 106 points. The Wintrust W BBM Chicago Index from Bloomberg is lower by more than 2.5%. Wall Street Thanks, UPS should be charging more for delivering online purchases to our doors. UPS reported better than expected profits in general. But in the US the online shopping boom has ups spending more on workers and equipment. And that stock is sinking almost 9% today. A second wave of food stockpiling has returned. This time. Food companies are ready. Cheerios maker General Mills has added 45 production lines, Campbell's soup spent $40 million to expand production of its goldfish crackers. So again, we've got losses of more than 3% for the main averages. The Dow sinking 862 points. 26,600 with business now at 23 53 live.
Satellite images of Iran nuclear site raise concern
"Has pulled the United States out of the Iran nuclear deal, there's nothing to prevent Tehran for moving ahead with its nuclear weapons program. Information released today indicates Iran maybe constructing a new nuclear facility. New satellite Pictures show Iran has upgraded a roto what analysts believe is an underground nuclear facility and the U. N nuclear watchdog acknowledges Tehran is building an advanced centrifuge assembly plant this after its last one exploded in a report Sabotage attack last summer centrifuges can have peaceful applications for nuclear power. But observers say President Trump's abandonment of the international accord aimed at limiting Iran's nuclear weapons program has led to an unlimited expansion of that program. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London
Police officer killed by rooster's blade during cockfight raid
"And we're going to end in the Philippines, where a police officer was killed in the line of duty. By a rooster, CBS's Vicki Barker explains Philippine police officer has been killed by a rooster Lieutenant Christine Bollock was breaking up an illegal cock fight in the province of northern. Some are when one of the roosters struck him. With the razor sharp steel blade tied to its leg. It sliced open his left thigh opening an artery. He bled to
European Countries Impose New Covid-19 Restrictions Amid Rising Infections
"Is bringing back restrictions as new coronavirus cases rise overseas. CBS's Vicki Barker reports from the Foreign desk in London. There are curfews in place in multiple European cities. So far, only the Czech Republic's returned to a a full full national national locked locked down. down. But But in in Ireland, Ireland, Spain, Spain, Germany, Germany, Britain, Britain, the the Netherlands Netherlands and and beyond beyond governments governments are are restricting restricting individual individual and and economic economic freedoms freedoms to to try try to to slow slow the the cove. It curve. An
Record Covid cases and new lockdowns across Europe
"Country after country to stop the new virus. Spike Ireland goes back into a six week locked down from midnight tomorrow. The Czech Republic with the worst infection rate in Europe is considering the same, and the people of Wales enter a two week so called fire break on Friday at CBS's Vicki Barker. London. Millions of Americans at the end of their
UK to infect healthy volunteers in vaccine research trial
"A London based company is looking for healthy volunteers between the ages of 18 and 30 to be deliberately infected with covert 19. The hope is that it will accelerate the process of evaluating whether a trial vaccine is effective. The fear is that some of the volunteers may end up developing some of the life threatening complications of the virus. Vicki Barker, CBS News London
UK to infect healthy volunteers in vaccine research trial
"The UK takes a new turn. CBS's Vicki Barker from London the British government's contract at a London based pharmaceutical firm to begin recruiting volunteers for a so called challenge trial. Healthy 18 to 30 year olds will be deliberately infected with culvert 19th in an attempt to accelerate the evaluation process of trial vaccines. CBS NEWS BRIEF
Study: COVID-19 virus survives on skin 9 hours, 5 times longer than flu virus
"Some disquieting new research from Japan about the Corona virus correspondent Vicki Barker. Can survive on human skin for nine hours five times longer than the flu. They say Their findings underscore the importance of frequent hand washing to combat the covert 19 pandemic. They also say both the Corona virus and the flu virus could be killed in seconds by applying ethanol. That's the main ingredient in hand. Sanitizers
England bans plastic straws after pandemic linked delay
"Banned in Britain from this day forward plastic straws here. CBS's Vicki Barker, You can still do thiss about the straw you do it with has to be paper or wood or metal. Anything but plastic. The ban on single use plastic straws, stirs and plastic stamped cotton earbuds was supposed to start in April. The pandemic forced postponement. But starting today, it's illegal for businesses to sell or supply them. Environmental campaigners here welcoming the move, but calling for more single use items to be
‘Super-Enzyme’ Speeds Up Breakdown of Plastic, Researchers Say
"Global problem of plastic, where scientists have created a so called super enzyme that can break down plastic six times faster than previous plastic gobbling compounds. It means that full recycling of plastic bottles will now be possible as early as two years from now, they say, and by combining the super in time with other enzymes that break down cotton. It could also allow mixed fabric clothing to finally be recycled instead of ending up in landfills. Vicki Barker, CBS news
‘Super-Enzyme’ Speeds Up Breakdown of Plastic, Researchers Say
"British scientists say they have created a compound that they think could be the long awaited big breakthrough on fighting the global scourge of plastic waste. CBS has Vicki Barker reports. A new super enzyme breaks down plastic waste six times faster than previous compounds with plastic pollution now contaminating the whole planet and with micro plastic particles. Now in our soil, our air and our lungs. This could be the hoped for breakthrough that helps keep plastic waste out of our environment.
Helsinki Airport Uses Dogs to Sniff Out Coronavirus
"Some dogs can detect a diabetes episode seizures and even some kinds of cancer. Well, now Finland has launched a large scale trials of a new airport detecting system to spot Cove it in travelers. Using man's and woman's best friend, their natures detectors of invisible threats. Sniffer dogs have already been trained to spot different cancers and other disorders as well as bombs, of course, and now they've been drafted to detect Corona virus. The dogs can deliver results in 10 seconds, taking less than one minute of a traveler's time unless he or she tests positive, of course. And then it's quarantine for them. Correspondent Vicki Barker reporting from London for
Finland deploys coronavirus-sniffing dogs at main airport
"Now for something different in the fight against covert 19 flyers to and from Finland will have to pass the sniff test their natures detectors of invisible threats. Sniffer dogs have already been trained to spot different cancers and other disorders as well as bombs, of course, and now they've been drafted to detect Corona virus. The dogs can deliver results in 10 seconds, taking less than one minute of a traveler's time. Unless he or she tests positive, of course, and then it's quarantined for them. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London
COVID-19 cases on the rise as second wave continues in Europe
"The European head of the World Health Organization, is warning of alarming rates of transmission of covert 19 in parts of that continent. CBS's Vicki Barker joins US from London with the latest. This is the World Health Organization's top official in Europe, Hans Clued. And what he said is that weekly cases have now exceeded those that were reported. You know, just when the pandemic first peeked In Europe in March. I mean more than 300,000 new cases last week, and the other epidemiologists are saying that More than half of all U countries are currently experiencing an increase in cases so that dreaded second wave is very much with us here, and we haven't even headed into the winter season yet.
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"In order to save the Australian researchers are about to start trials on a device that could restore sight to some people who've lost their vision, custom designed headgear, complete with a camera and wireless transmitter. I've been successful in sending signals to the part of the brain, which controls vision, bypassing the retina. We're hoping to kind of finish our early clinical trials in the next five years that stalked again. Wong from Mona's University, he says. If the human trials go well, the technology could be readily available by the year. 2030. We're hoping that in the next kind of decade, we would have why acceptance of these types of device that Scott Maimon for CBS News, Brisbane, Australia and the deposed monarch will get to end his days a little closer to home. We hear from CBS News Victor Barker after more than half a century living in an anonymous seaside suburb here in Britain, the last Sultan of Zanzibar is going home, sort of 91 year old Jamshid bin Abdullah al side is being allowed to resettle in nearby Oman, which used to oversee the now independent island. Sultan first fled to Britain in 1964 with a retinue of 61 but penniless. He eventually settled in a tiny town house in the Portsmouth suburb of South Sea. He didn't comment on his situation then, and he apparently isn't now. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London and if you're wondering a Rhetta new is another word for an entourage at 5 25. It's money news on K Y W with Bloomberg's Andrew Odell. You're one of the millions of Americans working from home over the past half year or so. Because of pandemic..
Banksy loses EU trademark fight with greeting card company
"Artist. Banksy has lost a big legal battle. CBS News correspondent of Vicki Barker reports from London after a two year legal battle Banks. He has been stripped of a trademark for his most famous artwork. The flower thrower, which he painted on the wall in Jerusalem six years ago, in part because he refuses to reveal his real name. The European Court ruling may throw into doubt Banksy's legal ownership of all his work. A greeting card company in the UK brought the suit. It's unclear if Banksy's lawyers are going to appeal. It's 6 50. We've got AH,
PTSD may double the risk of dementia, study suggests
"Experienced post traumatic stress disorder. Commonly known as PTSD have a much higher risk of developing dementia. Later in life, the scientists analyzed more than a dozen studies involving 1.7 million people, they found those who'd had PTSD were some 60% more likely to develop dementia. Yet when the researchers looked at military military veterans veterans who'd who'd had had PTSD, PTSD, dementia dementia risk risk was was much much lower. lower. Since Since PTSD PTSD treatment treatment tends tends to to be be most most accessible accessible for for veterans veterans in in most most of of the the country country studied, studied, the the researchers researchers theorize that the treatment helped reduce the veterans. Dementia risk suggesting that could work in the general population to Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London McDonald's running low on
State Department lowers China travel advisory but warns of 'arbitrary detentions and exit bans'
"From Washington. If you're planning to visit China reconsider those plans. The State Department has just issued a level three travel advisory, its second highest warning level, strongly strongly advising advising against against travel travel to to mainland mainland China China and and Hong Hong Kong Kong sighting sighting the the risk risk of of arbitrary arbitrary detention, detention, which which could could see see US US citizens citizens arrested arrested entailed entailed without without access access to to U. U. S. S. Consular Consular assistance. Tensions have been rising ever since Beijing imposed a new national security law in Hong Kong that violates its past commitments to respect the territories. Freedoms. Vicki Barker, CBS. NEWS, London
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"I'm Vicki Barker in London civil rights champion and a longtime member of Congress. John Lewis, dead at eight in a statement announcing Lewis's passing his family said he was honored and respected as the conscience of the U. S Congress and an icon of American history. But we knew him as a loving father and brother. He was a stalwart champion in the ongoing struggle to demand respect for the dignity and worth of every human being. He dedicated his entire life to nonviolent activism and was an outspoken advocate in the struggle for equal justice in America. He will be deeply missed. CBS's Rebecca Kaplan Lewis prided himself on his long history of nonviolent protest, which he called getting into trouble. Former U N ambassador entered Brought Young, once saying of Lewis thinks that social change is good trouble trouble. Island, Oregon, where federal officers fired tear gas again at demonstrators protesting police brutality, acting over the objections of state and local officials, like City Commissioner Joanne Hardisty. We want these those state and the value of filed suit against two federal agencies they accused of abusing their power in Oregon Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she'll keep working while undergoing treatment for a recurrence of cancer. Here's CBS News Legal analysts Thane Rosenbaum as a nation. We have a morbid curiosity about the age and health of our sitting Supreme Court justices because we know that it is a lifetime appointment. And health is the high stakes part of what it means to serve in this capacity. This was very apparent all throughout this pandemic because due to the age and vulnerability of the justices, The court could absolutely not convene in person. And so they relied on telephonic aural argument. Corona VIRUS Nearly 140,000 Americans dead. The infection rate is accelerating in multiple states, mainly Sunbelt states like Florida for the 10th.
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"I'm Vicki Barker in London tributes from both sides of the aisle pouring in for John Lewis, the civil rights leader and longtime congressman who has died at 80 even as he battled pancreatic cancer. John Lewis was watching the new civil rights protests that have followed the police death of George Floyd. As he spoke to CBS this morning in early June, the sick people from all over the world taken to the streets to the roadways to stand up to speak up to speak out to do what I call getting in trouble, which John Lewis himself did frequently in decades past. Yes, I was beaten that bloody and unconscious. But it never became bitter hospital never gave up. Cancer ended John Lewis's lifetime of battle. He was 80 years old. Tom 40. CBS NEWS Washington Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says her cancer's come back, but she'll keep working while undergoing treatment here. CBS News Legal analyst Jonathan Charlie Justice Ginsburg a stated she believes the treatment is going well and more importantly, it has not impacted her ability to function on the court. The corgis issued its final decisions and so justice. Ensberg has a period in which he can recover. Corona virus nearly 140,000 US deaths Now, with infection rates accelerating in many states, with several possible vaccines starting to be tested. CBS's We Do Jang has toward an Alabama factory preparing to produce millions of doses of vaccine that doesn't yet exist. I owe to material science in Auburn, Alabama, gave CBS News an exclusive look at how it's tackling a formidable task making enough vials for Hunt. Parents of millions of doses of a Corona virus vaccine by the end of the year. I don't want to exaggerate, but that's basically what you're telling. Lots to do save the world and do it in three months. It's part of the government's giant gamble operation warp speed to mass produce the most promising vaccine candidates before they're even approved here in Britain..
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"I'm Vicki Barker in London, cheered in the shadow of Mount Rushmore and American president sees enemies within for the eyes. Claire again as we did 244 years ago. Way will not be tyrannized. We will not Peter means, and we will not be intimidated by bad evil people. The president declaring war on what he called a new far left fascism, making few references to the culvert pandemic. Even as more states allow crowds to gather this Independence Day weekend. Peter King in Orlando as beachgoers head to Florida Space Ghost, there are very few limits on them. Of our county commissioners have voted down a mandatory Facemash corner, and they're not required on cocoa beach or anyplace else. Their beachside parking is open. Alcohol is still allowed in Cocoa Beach is mayor says they want groups limited to 10 people or less, he says. You don't like crowds don't go as college students returned to campus. Some are bringing Covad Witham as CBS's Matt Piper. Report. More than 100 students letting in fraternity houses near the University of Washington campus have tested positive for covert 19. What's Mohr? Hundreds of other results are pending. The students who all live in 15 front houses, started getting symptoms last weekend and alerted the school. More than 800 students have been tested since Monday in response to the Greek system outbreak, and the university expects to have an updated case count. Early next week, CBS Transportation correspondent Chris Van Cleef notes. Many millions of American drivers are heating scientists warnings about staying safe and staying close to home. Triple.
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"Businesses I Vicki Barker CBS news six oh five at the bay area's news station KCBS we're going to start the day with some clouds and fog in the mostly sunny this afternoon the more detailed forecast coming up in just a few minutes good morning I'm Jennifer Hodges here's what's happening several statues were vandalized in San Francisco's Golden Gate park last night police responded to the area of hog O. R. a T. E. garden drive and Martin Luther king junior drive around eight fifteen to find several people vandalizing the statues KPIX five reports the statues the father he never Serra Francis Scott key's impressive in Ulysses S. grant were toppled over and the bases defaced with graffiti during the incident members of the group threw objects at the officers no arrests were made and no injuries reported officers have been patrolling that area throughout the night a white man unleashed a profane tirade at a black family in an upscale Berkeley neighborhood over some black lives matter posters the confrontation Friday caught on video KCBS reporter Doug sovereign who lives down the block from the woman spoke with her about what neighbors called the terrifying and traumatizing incident Henrietta who does not want us to use our last name was putting up posters to promote chalk for justice a black lives matter sidewalk chalking events she's organized in the Clermont neighborhood where she lives she is mixed race and identifies as black her husband is black she is visibly pregnant matter two toddlers with her an older white man started ripping down our posters and when she asked him why he lit into her with a rant she videoed on her cell phone black lives live better going around preaching butcher I would appreciate it watch your language in front of my children he went on seeming to claim that Barack Obama's election means there's no more racism denying that police kill black men and saying she's an idiot to want to defund the police you're going to be anti be praying for the please come back what are your we appreciate it other neighbors came out to confront the man who continue to ramp and then left the neighborhood Henrietta told KCBS she was shaken by the incident especially being pregnant now with my kids and I'm a petite person in general you know I definitely felt felt very vulnerable having a you know angry white person yelling at me ripping my signs down and things like that yet somehow she kept her cool my main focus was really just my kids and and making sure that one I was keeping my kids safe and so I definitely didn't want to further escalate the situation to put more posters up is now more determined than ever to keep chalking BLM messages on the sidewalks and says that this could happen in this neighborhood shows how much work the country still has to do in Berkeley Doug sovereign KCBS neighborhoods across the bay area are changing in the new national report confirms that gentrification is particularly intense here we get the details from KCBS is Melissa Colorado this study from the national community reinvestment coalition finds that San Francisco and Oakland had the highest rates of gentrification among metropolitan areas across the country over four years ending in two thousand seventeen San Jose was in the top ten in earlier periods we picked up a lot of gentrification and San Francisco itself in the more recent period were saying these outlying areas of the bay area and that our objective trying out to Bruce Mitchell is a senior analyst with the Washington DC based nonprofit and he says that while gentrification can bring economic opportunities and revitalization to neighborhoods it also can displace residents so he says we really need to look at policies that would maybe give tax breaks to people who are homeowners who are remaining in the areas that their taxes don't don't climb inordinately and pressure them out of the neighborhood the researchers used home value and median income data to determine the rates of gentrification Melissa call Ross KCBS just ahead on KCBS unmaking Goldsby bart investigating why two trains.
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"Line in the pouring rain to get in at six AM Susan theme arrived a half hour early did you ever think you'd find yourself at five thirty in the morning absolutely not but I hope the shelves had some stuff on it the man was wearing rubber gloves and brought hand sanitizer with her I just needed to get out of the house and the fact that stop and shop is opening its sixth class which gives me the opportunity is wonderful thank you stop and shop we really appreciate it stop and shop is one of several retailers offering seniors only hours target Walmart and dollar general also blocking out hours for customers over sixty for those at risk of contracting the virus in Teaneck Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty well life is lived by the young but pictures and videos of the spring break beach scene show that the social distancing message is not getting through to the partiers and the CDC says don't ignore the numbers on younger patients CBS news medical contributor Dr Karen a real twenty percent of those age twenty to forty four were hospitalized in this country twelve percent of those age twenty to forty four needed ICU level care so we're still learning a lot about this virus right so for those young individuals who think it can't happen to me I'm not susceptible to this that's just not the case and around the virus has now impacted one royal family prince Albert of Monaco has just tested positive for the corona virus apparently the first European oil to do so here in Britain princess Beatrice's reportedly rethinking her may twenty ninth wedding both her grandparents Queen Elizabeth and prince Philip are in their nineties and in the high risk category at CBS's Vicki Barker in London W. CBS news time is twelve twenty three hiring can be challenging but ziprecruiter makes it fast and easy we talked to see Dylan escalates we needed to hire director of coffee for his company cafe culture we would look through lots of applications for people who are not qualified it definitely felt like we were looking for a needle in a haystack so Dylan started using ziprecruiter and found his perfect candidate in a few days super crisp powerful technology identifies people with the right experience and actively invites.
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"A honeymoon Vicki Barker CBS news you know it's got WWL sport things started out rough in this movie king center for the pelicans but they ended up hopefully Portland one thirty eight to one seventeen as I on Williams and scored a new career high of thirty one points coach Alvin gentry's already gotten to the point where the rookies fantastic feats don't even faze him just be on the line or you know we see it all the time so we see it every day and I just think he's you know he's not even scratch the surface at all so I became the third player with seven twenty point games in his first ten career contest over the last thirty seasons joining grant hill Shaquille o'neal the LSU baseball season will start in two more days let's check you a Christian Garrick for the latest this tells you baseball update is brought to you by Louisiana farm bureau insurance real service real people the Tigers start their baseball season this Friday night at home against Indiana hello she was loaded with quality arms on the pitching staff the voice of the Tigers Chris Blair's gushing about the power arms on the LSU pitching staff were really get arms I mean high level are clear that reminds you of kind of the way toward a bit on their double championship run LSU opens the season against Indiana this Friday night at the box first pitch is set for seven PM right here on W. did well today at four on sports talk with Bobby a bearing Christian Garrick if drew Brees retires would you give the same starting quarterback job to teddy Bridgewater Portes some hill then at seven go inside LSU basketball on the wheel weight show I'm Steve Geller.
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"I'm Vicki Barker in London where Brits are digesting the news that their beloved prince Harry is giving up his royal title and his military commitments for the woman he loves will fit well eight eight side but let's let's hope for a happy ending royal correspondent Robert Hardman now Harry and Megan will have to make their own way and their own money in a manner that isn't seen as cheapening the brand of the royal family this is CBS news radio CBS news update after months of reports an investigation in hearings in the house we are on the precipice of the Senate impeachment trial of president trump not surprisingly the start of the impeachment trial on Tuesday is front and center on the Sunday morning talk shows on fox news Sunday if we call one witness we're gonna call all the witnesses there's not going to be a process with the Democrats get their witnesses and the present yet shut out senator Lindsey Graham has been one of the staunchest supporters of the president the idea of dismissing the case early on is not going to happen we don't have the votes for that so we'll play it out along the Clinton model referring to the impeachment of president Clinton house intelligence chairman and one of the democratic impeachment managers congressman Adam Schiff on ABC's this week we don't know what witnesses will be allowed and even if will be allowed witnesses we can't really make a determination on which witnesses will call in the absence of knowing whether the Senate will allow any at all CBS news update I'm but Michigan is the party over for car and truck sales not exactly this is you have to work with the core products we've had five years of unprecedented sales but only MC automotive analyst Jeff Schuster says it can't go on forever generally we're looking for a little bit of a further pullback in twenty twenty partly because of rising prices partly because of pent up demand twenty nineteen turned out better than expected Shuster says because the fed change course on interest rates instead of raising rates cutting the rates certainly provided a little bit of a buffer for consumers that are managing monthly payments despite the dip Shuster's as twenty twenty sale should be strong by historic standards with the corporate goals I'm Jeff Gilbert CBS news CBS news update after months of reports an investigation in hearings in the house we are on the precipice of the Senate impeachment trial of president trump not surprisingly the start of the impeachment trial on Tuesday is front and center on the Sunday morning talk shows on fox news Sunday if we call one witness we're gonna call all the witnesses there's not going to be a process with the Democrats get their witnesses and the present yet shut out senator Lindsey Graham has been one of the staunchest supporters of the president the idea of dismissing the case early on is not going to happen we don't have the votes for that so we'll play it out along the Clinton model referring to the impeachment of president Clinton house intelligence chairman and one of the democratic impeachment managers congressman Adam Schiff on ABC's this week we don't know what witnesses will be allowed and even if will be allowed witnesses we can't really make a determination on which witnesses will call in the absence of knowing whether the Senate will allow any at all CBS news update I'm by the Michigan when you need to know turn to CBS news radio got a couple president trump's impeachment trial will put a spotlight on another powerful government figure the Chief Justice of the United States John Roberts he was sworn in to preside over the Senate trial this is only the third time in history a Chief Justice have perform that role how he navigates his political and partisan fight could have a profound impact on Americans view of the federal courts Jan Crawford is outside the Supreme Court Jan he.
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"Correspondent Vicki Barker for years now Queen Elizabeth has held family Christmas is at her centering on a state she follows the German tradition set by Queen Victoria and her German husband prince Albert exchanging presents on Christmas Eve night Christmas day is for going to church and then sitting down to a massive lunch followed by charades in the drawing room among this year's absentees prince Harry and Megan they're reportedly spending the holidays in Canada with her mother and baby Archie Vicki Barker CBS news London charades charade with the queen yeah the interesting though mother I said movie because what if she's a you know not any good at it you can't be like I don't know right wing on my team do not want you on my team right today is Christmas Eve it's December twenty fourth it was on this date in two thousand two this was seventeen years ago today laci Peterson Modesto California was last seen alive she was eight months pregnant at the time at four months later her body the body of her unborn child were found at her husband Scott Peterson was arrested laci's mother Sharon she couldn't bring herself to speak his name I can only hope that the sound of laci's voice begging for her life and begging for the life of her unborn child is heard over and over and over again in the mind of that person every day for the rest of his life Scott Peterson later convicted of first degree murder he's now on death row at San Quentin December twenty fourth nineteen sixty eight the crew of Apollo eight went into orbit around the moon they became the first humans to do so millions of people back home watching astronaut Frank Borman read from the book of genesis.
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"Correspondent Vicki Barker reports it's a move that puts the state on a collision course with the NCAA starting in twenty twenty three athlete to California universities will be allowed to make money from their images names or likenesses and universities will be banned from taking them off the team for doing so now that's in direct defiance of a long standing NC double a rules which try to make sure university athletes remain students and not face pressure to earn instead of learn the NCAA says it creates confusion for current and former athletes coaches administrators in schools the NC a a says it's considering that its next steps in California what did not elaborate on what it might be thinking. the northern Virginia girl has recanted her accusation that three classmates grab her and cut her dreadlocks on the playground of a northern Virginia private school and we're saying like my heroes ugly it was snappy twelve year old Amari Allen had accused three of her classmates of assault on their hands over my mouth and one of my that was the Springfield Virginia six greater last week but school now says she is acknowledge that the allegations were false Ballon families apologizing to the administrators and families of Emmanuel Christian school and acknowledging the national attention and support their daughter received Fairfax county police had said they were investigating and a police report was filed the family says they understand there will be consequences that are prepared to take responsibility for them Joe Ramsey Washington now that a Philadelphia man was set free after spending twenty one years behind bars for a crime he did not do there's a push to get the Commonwealth to provide compensation to others wrongfully convicted more from K. Y. W. community affairs reporter Eric right how long have you been home free for mark a little a little warmer at forty years old Terence Lewis is dreams came true in may when the DA dropped the second degree murder charges against him having his innocence affirmed he was probably given his freedom but not much else letters mark on my marker Marxist west past month but we're spared other than that I came home with losses I'd like to roll leaves the wrongfully convicted do not get housing or job assistance or other resources with his only support came from family and friends so blue was launched a change dot org petition to get Pennsylvania to join the thirty five other states including New Jersey they compensate exonerate the problem this is what the which was what because this is moral this is what we want as a society correct happens you have in any body Lewis is founding a chapter of it can happen to you in Pennsylvania an organization that works to prevent wrongful conviction also take his petition to Harrisburg for whole lobby on wrongful conviction day in October for link go to KYW newsradio dot com Greg gives of this video a California man has been charged with. acting as an illegal foreign agent of part of an elaborate FBI sting operation targeting Chinese intelligence operative working in the US Edward paying was caught acting as a career for China's ministry of state security according to the criminal complaint the US justice department says paying is alleged to have ferried U. S. national security information and payments passed to him by a confidential human source to Beijing for Chinese intelligence officers on six separate occasions pink picked up packages in which was concealed SD cards with American intelligence he was arrested at his northern California home on Friday and is being held without bail Jim rope Los Angeles. well the NFL has suspended line backer von test perfect for the season for a dirty hit John stillness reports he's out for the rest of the season without pay for what the NFL calls repeated violations of unnecessary roughness rule first. necessary roughness depressed fifty five perfect was ejected during the second quarter of the raiders thirty one to twenty four win over Indianapolis after he leveled a helmet to helmet blow to the head to colts tight end Jack Doyle perfect to was named a team captain at the start of the season ran off the field smiling and blowing kisses to the crowd his agent says he will appeal the suspension perfect received thirteen suspensions and fines in his seven seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals before signing with the raiders this offseason two of those suspensions were for illegal hex under his collective bargaining agreement perfect can appeal in the next three to four democratic presidential candidate US senator Cory Booker says he's hit the one point seven million dollars fundraising goal he set for his campaign about a week ago that insurance he has enough money to continue his White House bid senator says on his website is proud of his grassroots dean thank you he mentions the New Jersey senator had said back on September twenty first that if he failed to raise money by Monday he'd end.
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"Others spared. Our Vicki Barker is at the site this morning and says the country's leader has an optimistic outlook as to the rebuilding efforts. Onlookers cry out as not don's iconic spire falls into the flames Monday within hours. President Emmanuel Macron was on the seat promising that this pillar of French identity will be rebuilt. Now, he says he wants the job done by the time Paris host the summer Olympics in twenty twenty four restoration experts, though, call that wildly optimistic after all constructing the cathedral nine centuries ago took several lifetimes. Vicki Barker, CBS, news, Paris, zoo, cathedrals most precious relic. The crown of thorns was saved as was the great organ Denver area. Public schools are closed today due to an ongoing safety concern as thirty search for a teenager who they say is making threats police say she traveled from Miami. And is obsessed with the Columbine massacre which marks twenty years in a few days. Jefferson County sheriff Jeff Schroeder, we take these threats seriously. It's not certainly not the first threat that we've had that involves Columbine high school or references it in that regard. I know that this opens especially on an anniversary week, the FBI says Seoul pays is armed and extremely dangerous. Prosecutors in Boston are expected to seek less than a year jail. For actress, Felicity Huffman, she has pleaded guilty in connection with the college admission scandal, it's taken down dozens of parents who wanted to help their kids. Get into college person familiar with the matter till CBS news that federal prosecutors will recommend a jail term at the low end of federal sentencing. Guidelines for Huffman that would be somewhere between four to ten months, but Huffman is reserving the right to argue for a range of no jail time to six months of guidelines, are discretionary it will be up to the federal judge to decide. The sentence Huffman was among thirteen parents who pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit fraud. She's due to be sentenced next month. Bill Rakoff CBS news. The man accused of throwing a child from about Ghani at the mall of America in Minnesota. Appears in court CBS news correspondent, Jeff glor-. Adjudging Minneapolis set bail for Emmanuel Iran, two million dollars a five year old boy who fell three stories is in critical condition. Police say Iran told them he went to the mall, quote, looking for someone to kill and shows that boy at random this is CBS news, go beyond.
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"Others spared. Our Vicki Barker is at the site this morning and says the country's leader has an optimistic outlook as to the rebuilding efforts. Onlookers cry out as Notre don's icon expire falls into the flames Monday within hours. President Emmanuel Macron was on the seat promising that this pillar of French identity will be rebuilt. Now, he says he wants the job done by the time Paris host the summer Olympics in twenty twenty four restoration experts, though, call that wildly optimistic after all constructing the cathedral nine centuries ago took several lifetimes. Vicki Barker, CBS, news, Paris, zoo, cathedrals, most precious relic, the crown of thorns. Was saved as was the great organ Denver area. Public schools are closed today due to an ongoing safety concern as thirty search for a teenager who they say is making threats police say she traveled from Miami. And is obsessed with the Columbine massacre which marks twenty years in a few days. Jefferson County sheriff Jeff Schroeder, we take these threats seriously. It's not certainly not the first threat that we've had that involves Columbine high school or references it in that regard. I know that this opens a wound especially on an anniversary week. The FBI says Seoul pays is armed and extremely dangerous. Prosecutors in Boston are expected to seek less than a year in jail for actress Felicity Huffman, she has pleaded guilty in connection with the college admission schedule it's taken down dozens of parents who wanted to help their kids get into college. A person familiar with the matter tells CBS news that federal prosecutors will recommend a jail term at the low end of federal sentencing guidelines for Huffman. That would be somewhere between four to ten months, but Huffman is reserving the right to argue for a range of no jail time to six months of guidelines, are discretionary it will be up to the federal judge to decide. The sentence Huffman was among thirteen parents who pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit fraud. She's due to be sentenced next month. Bill Rakoff CBS news. The man accused of throwing child from about Ghani at the mall of America in Minnesota. Appears in court CBS news correspondent, Jeff glor-. Judging Minneapolis set bail for manual. Rhonda two million dollars five year old boy who fell three stories is in critical condition..
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"I'm Vicki Barker in Paris as donations pour in from around the world, the deputy mayor of Paris says no predom- cathedral will be rebuilt for the world. Does not only the soul of Larisa FRANZ is part of the hearts of mine kind. Tha that's why we're going to rebuild it. And it seems the world is being drawn to central Paris to see what yesterday's devastating fire did to nine centuries of French history. CBS's Elaine Cobb is there thousands of Parisians and visitors have been longing. The bridges and the keys around Nutley dumb. Unable to believe that the spire is really gone that this very important part of their beloved city has been so badly damaged. French officials say the two ancient bell towers at the main body of the cathedral appear sound and smoke damage. Paintings are being taken to the Louvre museum for restoration. The cause of the fire is still unknown. But French police are interviewing workers who were renovating the roof where it's believed the fire broke out. I'm Vicki Barker in Paris now with more CBS news, here's Steve Kathan. Redacted Muller report will be out Thursday has President Trump's legal team working overtime CBS's. Paula reed. The president's attorneys are not waiting until Thursday reg- Alani, tell CBS news that he's working on a counter report that he plans to release after this redacted Muller. Material comes out the president's legal team is quote confident that any politically damaging evidence that comes out can be deflected. Book sales in royalties helped propel Bernie Sanders into the top one percent of earners. He's released ten years of tax returns. And again challenged President Trump to release his university of Virginia political scientist, Larry saboteurs, puts Trump back in the spotlight and a bad spotlight. Trump is the only president Cincinnati and seventies who hasn't willingly disclosed his tax the house committee. Has given the IRS till next week to turn them over in Louisiana WWL radio's Dave Cohen has details on a major rape case. That's unfolding after getting a tip earlier this month, they opened the investigation into Harry Joseph fountain. Seventy one year old man from Pineville, Louisiana. They've now charged him with one hundred counts of rape police say the crimes began in the nineteen seventies and continued into the nineteen eighty a moment on morning television. Today show co anchor Hoda copy describing the moment she was given her newly adopted daughter just recently hope Catherine joined sister Hayley joy adopted two years ago. Wall Street right now, the Dow is up twenty two this is CBS news capitol one is reimagining banking offering accounts with no fees or minimums that can be opened in five minutes Capital One. What's in your wallet, Capital One and a?.
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"Vicki Barker bump stocks helped turn the Las Vegas shooter semi automatic rifles into machine gun allowing him to mow down fifty eight concert goers in twenty seventeen. After today. Possessing one becomes a felony owners of the devices have to either destroy their bump stocks or turn them in. But several gun rights groups have mounted court challenges and some gun law. Experts. Suspect owners will only face prosecution after they've been caught using one in a crime. Thicky Barker CBS news, a woman found dead in larimer earlier this month has been identified as a missing mother of six here's Katie K ATV's, Amy water, the body has been identified as thirty-five year old. Jessica young of Easter liberty. She was found dead in a wooded area along Washington boulevard under the larimer avenue bridge almost two weeks ago. Young was last seen leaving a home in Lincoln lemming ten in September. Pittsburgh police told Katie KFI in January that information they receive. From family and friends indicated that young had never gone missing before for an extended period of time because manner of death have not been released. The state Senate has unanimously approved legislation to provide immunity to anyone tried to save children left in hot cars. Senator Tom Killian sponsored the Bill we chose the number forty nine because last year. That's how many children died of heating shorts in here in the United States. Unfortunate number has since risen to fifty one. Twelve children have died in hot cars in Pennsylvania since nineteen ninety-five. The Bill goes next to the house on Wall Street Hepburn, Tillerson says the Dow is up two hundred sixty points at twenty five thousand seven seventy seven the NASDAQ up eighty seven points at seventy seven twenty five in sports the pirates and Astros wrap.
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"I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Police in the Netherlands and a neighboring Germany are on high alert for signs of a gunman suspected of shooting three people to death and wounding nine others on a tram. And the Dutch city of you tracked. Correspondent Vicki Barker is at the foreign desk. Armed Dutch anti-terror police quickly surrounded the scene where a body covered by a tarpaulin lay next to the stopped. Tram Dutch prime Minister, Mark richer through an interpreter. Speaking for a nation initial reports gave rise to him mixture of disbelief and horror violences hit innocent people. Some reports suggest the gunman had Jihadist links other speak of a family dispute, whatever his motives, a major manhunt just now underway for the Thirty-seven-year-old. Turkish born suspect. Vicki Barker CBS news at the foreign desk in London as loved ones. Get ready to bury the victims of the mosque shootings in new Zealand Prime Minister, Justin to Artem says gun law reforms will be announced in ten days. Is still some detail that needs to be worked through I want to do that. But still move as quickly as we can. She says her cabinet agrees on tougher laws in principle a gun. Shop owner in Christ Church says it sold the suspected gunman has weapons online legally after proper background checks Meghan McCain is responding to President Trump's tweets critical of her late father. Senator John McCain and reports he shared a dossier about the president's alleged ties to Russia. I just thought your life is spent on your weekends. Not with your family, not with your friends, but obsessing obsessing over great menu could never live up to on ABC's. The view McCain calls her father, the president's kryptonite in life and in death, roads and bridges have washed away and historic flooding in the midwest. At least two people have died about three hundred have been rescued CBS's. Demarco Morgan is an elk horn Nebraska in homes are completely submerged. I was petrified. I didn't know how fast it coming up. Homeowner's the elk horn river was shocked by the devastation every piece of furniture,.
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"Vicki Barker has more now a team of aircrash investigators will determine if the contents of those black boxes justify grounding, the brand new Boeing seven three seven max. Eight aircraft aviation analyst John strict lights down to Boeing all decisions until about two team pieces of it. But he could act on at least four airlines have now grounded the planes. Yesterday's crash came just five months after another max eighth went down in Indonesia's, certainly tremendous concern that we've lost two of these very very modern airplanes which are in wide use including by several US airline FAA officials Stephen Wallace a hundred and fifty seven people died in yesterday's crash, including eight Americans. Vicki Barker CBS news at the foreign desk in London. Amount Washington house caught fire Sunday afternoon, not once but twice in nearly everything inside was lost. The call came in from neighbors who saw TV dish on top of the home catch fire in the three hundred block of Campbell street less than a half hour later the house caught fire again. Valerie Scarface, he talked with Katie K ATV. It's crazy to me that they came for fire put it out last and we walked in. We got all of our stuff still. And now, we don't pacer not sure if their home is savage able to armed robberies in Pittsburgh suburbs. Overnight police say two men robbed the the seven eleven on James street in turtle creek around three thirty A M. And then the BP gas station on Frank's town road in Penn hills was robbed by two suspects around four thirty in both cases at least one suspect had a weapon. President Trump will ask for eight point six billion dollars in his new budget to build the US Mexico border wall, the White House since the spending plan to Capitol Hill today, the requests sets up another showdown with congress which has so far resisted giving the president money to fulfill his signature campaign promise, the chairman of the Federal Reserve sees no need for highest interest higher interest rates soon. I'm Tom Foty Jerome Powell attributes the polls and interest rate hikes to a slowing of a global economy and other risks to the US economy. He's spoke with Scott Pelley for CBS's, sixty minutes. I think growth this year will be slower than last year last year was the highest growth that we've experienced since. Financial crisis really in in more than ten years. This year, I expect that growth will continue to be positive and continue to be at a healthy rate. So Powell says the fed does not feel any hurry to change interest rates adding the attacks on him by President Trump plano role in search decisions. Tom Foty, CBS news, Washington. On Wall Street Hefferin, Tillerson says the Dow is down thirty points at twenty five thousand four nineteen and the NASDAQ is up eighty six points at seventy four ninety three in sports. The raiders have an agreement with the Steelers to acquire Antonio Brown and give him a new contract worth over fifty million dollars. Pittsburgh will get a third and fifth round draft pick and return the post cassettes. Ed bouchette Till's, Katie k radio. The Steelers wanted a first round selection. Tonio ruined a lot of that with his actions and his words over the past couple of months so that that's our round pick is a high. Right at the top preseason baseball this afternoon..
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"Vicki Barker study found summer babies r some thirty percent more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD then kids born even a few weeks later in September. One possible. Reason says Harvard Tim Leighton summer babies can be up to a year younger than their classmates and act accordingly. His advice for assigning a diagnosis of ADHD to that child the physician the parents at a minimum should pause. If that child has a summer birthday say wait a minute like is this because this child is just young a reminder to he says that there's more subjectivity to an ADHD diagnosis, the many health professionals would like to admit Vicki Barker, CBS news. Can only wonder why some beers become trendy for example rolling. Rock beer was a big big thing in the eighties. Remember that all the New York bars were serving rolling rock beer at a Pennsylvania is the big things too pricey for my taste taste all that. Great. Then you've got Pabst blue ribbon. Same thing. Why is that a thing? Well, now, we have word that fans of PBR can keep putting it away. It's a classic dear that's quite popular among young people. But Miller Coors, which brews and distributes PBR threatened to lend its deal with Pabst Miller Coors argued at my no longer have the brewery capacity and that led to a lawsuit by Pabst. But the two companies have announced a settlement ending a trial in Milwaukee. Where paths was founded in eighteen forty four. Bruce Marquez for CBS news eagle.