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Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:33 min | 6 min ago

Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News

"King ruled the day Being informed has never mattered more when you have an infectious disease emergency like that, you really need to jump in action. Having a trusted news source is essentially should expect to increase the number of cases diagnosed here. But that's completely expected as we get better. We are here for you all news all the time. Right here on KCBS. CBS News Time 9 28 Traffic and Weather together New Crash in Fremont Here's Peter Scofield. It is 80 South bound before Mallory. This is a crash involving a truck and a car. The right Lena's block, You'll come to the brake lights South found 80 after you pass Thornton Avenue in the South Bay, checking the Coyote Valley 101. Traffic is flowing smoothly between San Jose and Gil Rory and your link between Gilroy and the Central Valley Highway. 1 52 no significant delays East or West bound. On the peninsula. The Express Lane project is under way on 101 both directions between 3 80 in San Bruno and Whipple Avenue in Redwood City. Many of the on and off ramps will be shut down overnight because of this project, but you'll always have a least one lane open on the freeway, the Golden Gate Bridge, one of one South bound, there's like his traffic there because of the maintenance work being done on the bridge. A fact that Cone zone for this starts in Sausalito. Wanna one South founder Spencer the three left lanes are closed. The right lane is open. And then that Cone zone continues all the way down to the south Tower of the Golden Gate Bridge. You're next traffic update. 9 38 on the traffic leader KCBS Pacey Sunshine Tomorrow after morning, overcast sixties and seventies that the beaches eighties low nineties around the Bay, Upper nineties inland. Spare the air alert extended through Friday. Traffic and.

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Biden campaign jumps on Trump tax-return story

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:51 sec | 12 hrs ago

Biden campaign jumps on Trump tax-return story

"After The New York Times report detailing President Trump's tax return information for the past two decades. Indicated he paid little or no federal income tax. Mr. Trump called it fake and attacked it on Twitter later as illegally obtained CBS's Ed O'Keefe. Within hours of The New York Times report, The biting campaign was out with a new ad contrasting the tax burden of average working Americans. With the $750 in income tax that the president paid, and they're also out with new campaign buttons that read. I paid more income taxes than Donald Trump. White House correspondent Paula Read tells us small claiming loss is for many of his namesake businesses. Mr. Trump has maintained a lavish lifestyle by taking tax deductions on what some people would consider personal expenses, including housing and $70,000 in hairstyling for television appearances. Correspondent Nancy

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Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:52 min | 12 min ago

Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News

"Do you know what? You know? Nothing. We're looking. We're online. We're doing everything we can We know that this is temporary. A place you have to go. This is all they really have right now. What do you know now? What you going to do now? I don't know what I'm gonna do now. I might sleep in my car tonight. I don't know. I live in Rincon Valley, right? Below that hill. That's on fire. Trudy and Richard No. This is just a temporary evacuation site. But right now they can't even return to their neighborhoods to see if their homes are still standing. In Santa Rosa, Jim Taylor KCBS fire crews stop the forward progress of a brush fire that was burning along highway 101 in Nevada. Earlier this afternoon, the Marin County Fire Department says the fire broke out along north bound 101 near the Atherton Avenue exit around 4 30. This afternoon fire burned about five acres. Newly revealed body camera video shows what appears to be the immediate aftermath of the police raid that killed Briana Taylor in Louisville. The video obtained by Vice News seems to show a possible violation of police policy after the shooting. CBS News has obtained other evidence showing that the one of its shot fired by Taylor's boyfriend may not have hit an officer, as the Kentucky attorney general had claimed. Adriana Dia's reports over the weekend Never before seen body camera footage obtained and released by Vice News appears to show former Detective Brett Hank a sin was involved in the raid that killed Briana Taylor walking into the crime scene after the incident. According to Vice. That's him with the flashlight asking about shell casing back there until you see our union. CBS News has not been able to verify the video. If Hankinson was indeed at the scene after the shooting, that would be a violation of police policy, which states officers involved in shootings are to be isolated from all non essential individuals for the remainder of the initial investigation. Those is tremendously shopping. Angelo Pinto is an activist with the group until freedom that works with Taylor's family. He says the video is troubling. It looks like.

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Poll: Biden, Trump tied in North Carolina

Von Haessler Doctrine

01:24 min | 14 hrs ago

Poll: Biden, Trump tied in North Carolina

"Pushing back this morning and gets a New York Times report that he paid little or no income tax in the years leading up to the 2016 election. President calls it fake news that Daniel Lippman is a White House reporter for Politico, he says this is not gonna go over well with some and could actually help Joe Biden. It makes it seem like he's cheating the system. Most Americans are paying more than seven or $50 in taxes, but they're not even as wealthy is President Trump. This is a huge political gift for Joe Biden. You can be sure that he's going to be using this in the debate. And President Trump and Joe Biden are getting ready for their first major debate and a new CBS News battleground tracker poll shows buying with a small lead over the president. 2% points in North Carolina. 69% of likely voters say that the Supreme Court vacancy is a major factor in their vote. CBS News correspondent Janet A. Sham Lian is in Cary, North Carolina, where the president Supreme Court pick of Amy Cockney Barrett. Is a big factor. Devil blood. So is a Trump supporter who opposes abortion. There's no reason to block that if they're a good person, and they are a lawyer, and they know the Liao and they're going to follow the law at a rural driving church service, Christopher Burwell says he's concerned about what he's heard. He will do away with Obamacare. She will do away with Roe vs Wade. Now the 90 minute debate is set for tomorrow night in Cleveland. We will have all

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Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on KNX Evening News

KNX Evening News

02:03 min | 26 min ago

Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on KNX Evening News

"AH High profile celebrity pair welcomes a new child hears CBS News correspondent Matt Piper Akers, Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara have welcomed their first child, a baby boy, they have given a meaningful name. During a question and answer session at the Zurich film Festival director Victor Kazakov Ski was asked about Phoenixes involvement in his new film, He just good baby. Every name was called Phoenix. His brother, actor River Phoenix, died of a drug overdose in 1993. He was just 23. Matt Piper CBS News. It looks like Prince Harry and his wife, Megan. Marco will not be taking part in a reality show, the London tabloid, the Sun reported. The couple was set to do the show. Not so, according to a representative for the couple. Who says the Duke and judges are not taking part in any reality program. The couple now lives here in California. I'm Steve Futterman. CBS News. This's Southern California's only 24 hour local news and traffic station. Next 10 70 News Radio. Good evening. I'm Brian Ping. Our top local story is at 905 as dangerous fire conditions returned to Southern California Firefighters quickly jump to action to stop the spread of a wildfire in the saddle. Clarita Valley. Like county Sheriff Alex Video ever suffers a courtroom lost, but the bigger losers maybe the taxpayers who will have to foot the legal bills. Right now. Traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the lion's. Here's Tani compose. We've got a disabled big rig on the I 91 He's past care about Boulevard that has resulted in a sig alert. It's blocking the right. Two lanes. They're gonna wait until they have a heavy duty. So to take that out of there right now, you get some backup from the 7 10. Another sig alert on the 14 South Avenue. J. The left lane is closed. This was due to a tanker truck fire that happened around 11 o'clock. This warning did a lot of damage to that bridge to expect that lane to be closed until sometime tomorrow. Tell that bridge repair is complete on the four or five north of Hawthorne getting a new report of a two car crash. It does not look like a lane is black. They may be over on the right shoulder on the 60 East. Be careful on that fairway drive off ramp. Apparently, it's a vehicle versus a pedestrian. That pedestrian is going to be okay. But suspect emerged increased. Probably close that for a little bit and on the north five and tested from tested ranch Road to the North found 5 55 connector that a couple of lanes taken away and I do see some backing from Jamboree next, reported 9 15. I'm Tanya Compost with more traffic reports more often can extend 70 news radio serious heat coming away over the next few days. He'd advisory in effect beginning tomorrow morning at 10 and lasting until Thursday. Evening at sundown. Red flag warning until tomorrow at 5 P.m. for the Empire, Increasing the fire danger. They're mostly clear Tonight we have an offshore breeze that's pushing away the marine layer. Lots of sunshine to be with us. All week. Long high is around 80 even 85 at some coastal areas nineties inland and could top out at 100 degrees right now in Palmdale 73 promoting 79.

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Military suicides up as much as 20% during pandemic

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 15 hrs ago

Military suicides up as much as 20% during pandemic

"CBS is reporting that military suicides have increased by as much as 20% during the pandemic, Analysts say soldiers are dealing with Cove it war zone deployment. National disaster, civil unrest and for some of them. The pressure's too much. Senior Army leaders say they've actually seen a 30% jump in active duty suicides this year in the army, and they're looking at shortening combat deployments.

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Fresh "CBS" from KCBS 24 Hour News

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 30 min ago

Fresh "CBS" from KCBS 24 Hour News

"Futterman in Los Angeles on Monday, a tragic milestone as the covert 19 worldwide death toll reached a million at the White House. A new rapid test was announced here, CBS News correspondent Stephen Portnoy, the president says the government will send out 150 million new rapid tests 18 million for nursing homes. 15 million for assisted living facilities. It starts with six drops of liquid on White House testing Point man Admiral Bretter Wa demonstrated the new swab, which promises results in 15 minutes without A machine in Edmond in Canada Monday night. Nicole on NBC. The National Hockey League has a new champion. The Tampa Bay Lightning beat the stale a star's toe win the Stanley Cup. It's the first major professional championship to be awarded in North America since the covert 19 pandemic began. Here in California, the latest major wild virus impacting wine country north of San Francisco. Here is CBS's Jonathan Vick Liatti. Firefighters are flanking the edges of Santa Rosa, a city of 177,000 residents. We could make a stop before it burns and gain more populated areas. Elderly residents at an assisted living center had to be loaded onto buses and driven to safety. And popular locations.

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Wilson throws 5 more TD passes, Seahawks beat Cowboys 38-31

CBS Sports Radio

00:20 sec | 1 d ago

Wilson throws 5 more TD passes, Seahawks beat Cowboys 38-31

"Of five touchdown passes for Russell Wilson on the day of Seattle beat Dallas 38 to 31. How about this 14 touchdown passes for Russell Wilson? That's an NFL record through three games of the season, first in NFL history with four more touchdown passes in each of the first three games that press got 472 yards. And three scores. Dallas Falls to one in two

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Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

01:43 min | 31 min ago

Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"National Hockey League has a new champion. The Tampa Bay Lightning beat the stale of stores to win the Stanley Cup. It's the first major professional championship to be awarded in North America since the covert 19 pandemic began. Here in California, the latest major wild virus impacting wine country north of San Francisco. Here is CBS's Jonathan Vick Liatti. Firefighters are flanking the edges of Santa Rosa, a city of 177,000 residents. We make a stop before it burns and gain more populated areas. Elderly residents at an assisted living center had to be loaded onto buses and driven to safety. And popular locations like the Chateau Boswell Winery Up in Flames, President Trump and Joe Biden getting ready for Tuesday's debate in Cleveland. One key issue will be The New York Times report that Mr Trump has paid little or no taxes in recent years. CBS's Dan O'Keefe is they're They're also now selling buttons and T shirts that say I paid more income taxes than Donald Trump. Here in the debate hall tomorrow night. We expect Biden will argue that the president cheats the system. While the average American played by the rules and had to pay more in taxes. There has been a rash of Army suicides more from Jim Krystle 10 soldiers within the ranks of the Army's famed 82nd Airborne Division have taken their own lives so far this year. The major general who leads Theeighty, second Airborne, says isolation put on soldiers and their families. Because of Corona virus may be partly to blame for the marked increase in suicides on post goodbye to a familiar voice on CBS radio. The story from CBS's Pierre King Mark Rosenker, head of the NTSB for four years, and then became a transportation safety consultant for us here at CBS News, always reminding us very early in the investigative process. Lots of questions to be asked. Mark served his country for nearly four decades in the Air Force of the Air Force reserves. He was 73. And we will all miss him. Good news for the Dow On Monday, it was up more than 400 points. This is CBS News. You.

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American Airlines CEO Doug Parker on federal aid: "We need laws, not bills"

Talk 1260 KTRC Programming

00:23 sec | 1 d ago

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker on federal aid: "We need laws, not bills"

"The CEO of American Airlines is holding out hope Congress will act to help his industry. Our plan actually is to get Congress and administration to come together and get relief package passed. Little includes support on CBS's face. The Nation, Doug Parker noted There is bipartisan support on the issue of helping airlines continue. So whether the Corona

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Gottlieb warns of "very dangerous season" ahead as virus cases rise

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 d ago

Gottlieb warns of "very dangerous season" ahead as virus cases rise

"Commissioner, Dr Scott got leave also on CBS's face The Nation. Said he's concerned about the rise in covert 19 cases and hospitalizations. Whether it's reflecting what he describes as a labor day bounce or points to a dangerous season ahead. We were always facing heightened risk of increased spread of Corona virus as we head into the fall in winter. Now we're there was starting to see that increase, and we're taking a lot of infection into a very dangerous season for this virus.

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Dallas Cowboys set to square-off against Seattle Seahawks this Sunday

CBS Sports Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Dallas Cowboys set to square-off against Seattle Seahawks this Sunday

"The Cowboys visiting the Seahawks Dallas coming in one and one Seattle to Eno terrific winds for both clubs. A week ago. Seattle holding off New England as they stopped Cam Newton from a yard out the game's final play Cowboys coming back late for the come from behind win over the Falcons in the game they really needed to win, and Seattle head coach Pete Carroll took notice. Dallas had a spectacular stunning win last week. And there come from behind all that all the heroics and on great finish for them, so they'll be all jacked up and they have a talented football team. We've got a lot of star power they get Ah big group of skilled guys on offense that can throw it and catch it and run it and all that, so we got our hands full. It's gonna be a tough football game and two of those

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Washington DC - CBS News transportation safety analyst Mark Rosenker dies at 73 in Alexandria

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 1 d ago

Washington DC - CBS News transportation safety analyst Mark Rosenker dies at 73 in Alexandria

"P. News, a former chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, has died. Mark Rosenker, who chaired the country's accident investigation agency, from 2005, to 2009, under President George W. Bush, was 73 Rosenker had brain cancer and died yesterday in Alexandria. He also served as vice chairman of the Washington Metro Rail Safety Commission later is a transportation consultant and safety analyst, including regular contributions to CBS

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Battleground Tracker: Tight races in Georgia and North Carolina

The Dana Show

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

Battleground Tracker: Tight races in Georgia and North Carolina

"A new CBS battleground tracker poll shows Joe Biden leading in North Carolina by 2% points and in Georgia President Trump Leads by one. CBS deputy director of surveys. Jennifer to Pinto says race plays a role in these battleground states. Most black voters agree with the black lives matter movement and think, too little attention is being paid to issues of discrimination against black people among white voters in the States. Views differ by political party. Most white Democrats agree with black voters on many issues concerning race. But most white Republicans think too much attention is being paid to the issue of racial discrimination against black people. Gender

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Trump introduces his Supreme Court pick, Senators react

WBZ Afternoon News

01:47 min | 1 d ago

Trump introduces his Supreme Court pick, Senators react

"Us. I'm teeny gal. Here's what's happening. President Trump announcing appellate court Judge Amy Cockney buried as his pig for the Supreme Court. The president called buried one of our nation's most brilliant and gifted legal minds. This sets off a scramble by the Republicans to confirm Judge Barrett before election Day in less than six weeks. CBS NEWS Political contributor Peter Mayer says that Democrats are very frustrated and unhappy. About this rushed proceedings are already Democrats who've served notice that there not even planning to meet with her because they reject the process itself that President Trump has used They have bitter memories of the way. The Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, blocked Judge Merrick Garland back in February of 2016 months before the election that year, saying that the next president should decide, and the Senate Judiciary Committee, at least according to one Republican source will begin confirmation hearings for Amy Cockney Barrett. On October 12 reaction to the president's election from across the congressional spectrum, former Massachusetts governor and now Utah Senator at MIT, Romney calling Judge Barrett Ah, highly respected jurist, and he looks forward to meeting with her to review her credentials. New Hampshire Senator Maggie Hassan says the nomination should be seen for exactly what it is. She says, an attempt to overturn the affordable care act. She also strongly opposes the ongoing efforts of the president and majority leader, Mitch McConnell to push to approve Judge Amy County Barrett rather than work on passing a new covert 19 release bill. Meanwhile, Senator Elizabeth Warren says Americans cannot stand down while the president tries to hand the country's highest cord and the rights and liberties of the people. Over to the quote

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The controversy behind qualified immunity

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

02:54 min | 1 d ago

The controversy behind qualified immunity

"And sometimes infuriating. U C L. A law professor Joanna Schwarz would argue that qualified immunity is also unnecessary. When I looked at almost 1200 cases that were filed around the country, I found that a small proportion of those cases less than 4%. Were actually dismissed because of qualified immunity. Qualified immunity flips the usual way of thinking about things on its head. That's attorney Robert McNamara. He's at the Institute for Justice, a nonprofit law firm that represented and he's Uist and James King. Qualified immunity explains can also apply when there is no previous court ruling on the case, exactly like the one you're arguing What That means is that government officials have free reign to violate your rights as long as they managed to violate your rights in a way that nobody ever thought of before George Floyd's family, for example, if they were to ask for any damages from the city, in theory, a TTE least Qualified immunity could be invoked. That's absolutely right. The question asked in that case will not be whether it was right or wrong for those officers to act as they did. The question, as as odious as it seems, is actually going to be for purposes of qualified immunity. Whether the jurisdiction already has cases about kneeling on someone's neck. And exactly how many seconds did the officer in that earlier case Neil on someone's neck? That's one enormously powerful argument against qualified immunity. Call it the outrage are given. But more to the point. If George Floyd's family gets a large financial settlement, it most likely won't be the individual cops who pay qualified immunity, says Professor Schwartz isn't necessary to protect the police. Union officials and other defenders of qualified immunity used to talking points repeatedly in defending the doctrine that officers will be bankrupted if qualified immunity goes away and that good officers who make reasonable mistakes will be found liable. And neither of those things are true because officers virtually never pay as a consequence of indemnification agreements. Case in point. Earlier this month, the city of Louisville, Kentucky, agreed to pay $12 million to the family of Briana Taylor, who was shot and killed by police in her home. None of that money will be paid by the officers involved.

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Substance use disorders linked to COVID-19 susceptibility

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 1 d ago

Substance use disorders linked to COVID-19 susceptibility

"Substance abuse increases the risk of contracting the virus, CBS's Mira Reuben, according to a National Institutes of health funded study. If you abuse opioids, you're 10 times. It's more likely to get Cove it and with tobacco, you are eight times more likely, the study's author said. Tobacco damages the lungs and opioids depress the respiratory system, making you more vulnerable. 1/4

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Pandemic Will ‘Take Our Women 10 Years Back’ in the Workplace

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 1 d ago

Pandemic Will ‘Take Our Women 10 Years Back’ in the Workplace

"The pandemic could hit working moms worse than Dad. CBS's Mira Reuben reports, a Dartmouth College economist tells The New York Times. With many daycare and schools closed. Working moms may end up being forced to make a choice to stay home if they haven't already been laid off and a director of a charity serving disadvantage. Women in England says the pandemic will take women 10 years back in the workplace.

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How Trump, Biden are preparing for first presidential debate

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

How Trump, Biden are preparing for first presidential debate

"Nominee Joe Biden will debate for the first time on Tuesday in Cleveland, CBS's Mira Reuben on their different approaches, Joe Biden has been aggressively preparing, holding mock debates going over the issues and expecting insults. His plan is to avoid confrontations and if they happen, redirect the debate to the economy, health care and the pandemic. The president, according to aides, has not been doing any formal preparation and say his best preparation is his day job. Up. The CDC warns

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Los Angeles PD officer injured after shooting inside station, authorities say

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:20 sec | 1 d ago

Los Angeles PD officer injured after shooting inside station, authorities say

"Angeles Police Department officers shot Jim Forbes with details. The incident happened late Saturday night at the LAPD Harbor Station, a police tweet says The scene is still active CBS for reports that a city councilman who represents the district says the officer suffered a graze wound to the head and is expected to recover No Stanley Cup clinch for Tampa Bay

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San Francisco Giants need win, help to reach playoffs after loss to Padres

CBS Sports Radio

01:58 min | 1 d ago

San Francisco Giants need win, help to reach playoffs after loss to Padres

"Of course, a disappointing lost by the San Francisco Giants. Today. 62 to 6 runs nine hits in San Diego two runs seven hits for the Giants three home runs by but Padres in this game two T's hitting his 17th. On. Tommy Pham had his third and then Mitch Moreland hit his second. So back to back homeruns solidified the wind in the ninth inning. Ah, big loss, and I think it was kind of a hangover yesterday after that, the second game of the double hitter. When the Padres came up with three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning on the trend, Charism home run and it just took the life out of them today. They just didn't have any spark with their bats. They just couldn't get anything going. Ah, baserunning steal by Du Bon and the fifth there was a blunder. They're trying to go from 2nd and 3rd on his own. He got picked off a third and they only had a couple chances there in the eighth inning, but the baths were silent. They only had seven hits on the On the day belt had to used Rimsky had two floors had won and Durban had one. And that was it, So their offense kind of been stymied. It just looked really dead today that this just looked defeated before the game even started. So we could talk about that game because a lot of things have happened now since the Giants lost 6 to 2 There now. 29 30. They must win tomorrow. That's the first thing the Brewers lose or the Brewers wind and knocked at cards to 29 29. The Giants will win. They'll be forcing ST Louis to play a double hitter on Monday at Detroit. Then the cards have to drop both games for San Francisco to get in. It's a scenario the Giants are eliminated with the lost tomorrow automatically. So 1st 1st things first they need to win to Marjorie Smiley on the hill for the Giants. We still don't know who the Padres they're throwing out there. There might be a bullpen committee game that means nothing to them. The Giants need to put a win together somehow some way tomorrow and watch what happens. Milwaukee is playing ST Louis. They beat him today.

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Less than half of US public believes the election results will be accurate

KFBK Weekend Live With Sam Shane

04:20 min | 2 d ago

Less than half of US public believes the election results will be accurate

"That less than half Of the public believes the election tally will be accurate. Less than half So that I'm going to do. The reciprocal is here. Well, then, that must mean a majority things. It won't be. And if that's the case, no matter who wins. If we don't if we do not believe it. Then what happens to our republic? You have tohave. Trust in the fact that the process the system works. So With all of that, and by the way, I've been flipping around on all the various networks today. And The left is apoplectic. They are absolutely come at every topic of every show so far today. About the fact that Donald Trump's not gonna step aside. He's talking to the military about having the military come in. And keep him keep the opposition away and keep him there and and that they're going to make sure that this goes, you know, they're not going to count the balance. There is going to declare that he's the winner and then the Supreme Court will now be in the hands of conservatives, and then they're going to rule in favor of him. But I made her go nuts. Then I looked at the Washington Examiner there right there, Right in the same story in the front of Drudge is writing the same story. So this isn't like some of this is like the elephant in the room that people are afraid to talk about. I really wanna have a conversation with you about this. I don't want people that are just angry. What are you doing, Tom? Why? Why are you talking about President Trump the greatest guy in the whole wide world. I'm not. I'm not talking about who's gonna win or he's gonna lose. I'm talking about the fact that both parties are spending a lot of time undermining the accuracy of the election. Down. Has any election ever been precisely, exactly. 1000% accurate. I doubt it. seen in my lifetime was 2000, Florida. Or I believe it was 508 votes. In favor of George W. Bush. But before this was they went through and recounted and re counted and recounted, And then it went to the courts and the courts ruled about you can't recount Yes, you can recount Okay, Broward, you could recount but Then I went to the Supreme Court. And they finally put a stop to all the recount recount recount. But that did not mean that the New York Times and CBS News We're not still there. Digging with their lawyers. Doing everything they could to figure out what the true account wasn't after. It was a good year, when finally all of the media investigations. Finally came to the conclusion that George W. Bush won by 508 votes. But what's that did was it for the first couple of years of the Bush administration even after 9 11? There was a period where we were all united after 9 11, but but otherwise. It was. He's not a legitimate president. Now that was going all during his first term, And then when he was re elected in 2004 at pretty much, they still did not like him, but they stopped the fact that he wasn't a legitimate president. And so if Donald Trump wins you want this country No matter how much you like him or don't like him, you want the country to know that he is the legitimate president if Joe Biden wins You want to know that as well.

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2 Hospitalized After Police Pursuit Ends In Violent Crash In La Verne, East Of Los Angeles

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

2 Hospitalized After Police Pursuit Ends In Violent Crash In La Verne, East Of Los Angeles

"Are hospitalized after a police pursuit that ended in a violent crash in Laverne, CBS two's Joy Benedict reports. It happened on Foothill Boulevard and Baseline Road overnight. Possibly the Pomona Police Department was doing some sort of surveillance on a house in Pomona. When they saw this car leave. They attempted to pull it over. And for whatever reason, the driver Did not stop and said took off for several miles with the police following behind them. The driver eventually lost control of the car while going about 100 miles of our the passenger was ejected from the car. Both suspects rest of the hospital. Police investigation into that continues.

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"cbs" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by MD Anderson Cancer Center home to one of the nation's largest cancer clinical trial programs of its kind providing hope to patients through new approaches in detection an advanced therapies more at making cancer history dot com. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed. You can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace emolument now a profit from employment in office. I'm David Brancaccio in New York today. The House Judiciary Committee looks into President Trump's business interests whether he's profiting from the presidency the key part of the US Constitution here is the emoluments clause payments to federal officials beyond normal salary trump says he's handed off control of his businesses marketplace's. Kimberly Adams reports House Democrats argue president trump's ongoing business ties amount amount to a violation of the constitution but the courts are divided about that says Chara Torah spellacy a law professor at Stetson University. The question of what an emolument is something that's being litigated in three different ongoing cases do his frequent visits to his properties at taxpayers expense pence count what about money spent by foreign officials at his hotels. Does the emoluments clause apply to arm's length business transactions on an open market market. Does it apply to Business Competition Giancarlo. Kinda Paro is illegal fellow at the Heritage Foundation. He says these questions are coming up more often often in the trump administration for political reasons but also because the sheer scope of the president's business interests. It's a bigger target if if you will than previous presidents which Democrats are trying to hit as they highlight the complications of having a president who also owns an international business empire in Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace at this cusp of summer into fall equinox turns out. This is statistically the best time to get a deal on a new house. This is from the buyer's perspective marketplace's Mitchell Hartman reports homeselling website realtor dot com crunched multiple listing service data data and found that September twenty second to twenty eighth is the absolute best week to buy a house senior economist Georgia to says typically there are a lot of homes left over from the summer selling season some at a reduced price and by late. September demand is falling. A lot of families are already. The inner school district school started so they are not shopping. Fewer people are competing for homes and driving up prices. Now the best deal time for buyers isn't so great for sellers yeah now. I didn't know this is the worst we could. The Jacob Russell's putting his renovated farmhouse on the market this week in Grand Rapids Michigan for two hundred sixty five thousand dollars and with mortgage rates low. He still likes his odds selling now. My bigger concern is that I don't think this real estate. Market is going to stay as hot as it is forever so he's eager to sell soon. I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace Russell so following the global mess today after the venerable British travel company. Thomas Cook went bust over the weekend half a million travelers currently on Thomas Cook vacations and many can't can't get back because Thomas Cook had its own airline. The British government is paying for other airlines to get British travellers at least back home and to take just one country hotels in Tunisia. Anisia are owed sixty six million dollars for stays by Thomas Cook guests earlier this summer marketplace helps you stay sharp on who matters related to business the economy and money and to help you do some numbers of your own. You can get your very own marketplace insult pack. You become a marketplace investor today. It's a set of six pencils each stamped with a favorite marketplace quote yours fro donation of just five dollars a month support public service journalism and get your pencil back today at Marketplace Dot Org and thank you. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Kronos Kronos knows that hiring and retaining a modern workforce salaried hourly full and part-time workers can be challenging surging especially in today's competitive job market. That's why Cronos puts. HR payroll talent and time in one place so HR professionals supporting a blended workforce have all all the tools they need to engage and motivate people every step of the way learn more at Cronos dot com slash. Hr Swagger kronos workforce innovation that works us at last night's Emmy awards were game of thrones and the Edgy British comedy fleabag grabbing the headlines. The diversity factor was lower. Only three actors of color won emmys last night and nominations were down from a peak the year before meanwhile with autumn breaking comes the new TV shows this year CBS is trying for more diversity Christabel and see wadi reports this full most of the five new shows on CBS feature black actors in leading roles factually. I'd be sure sure sure incoming. Bob Good not bob that scene from Bob Hearts. IB show a comedy about a white American can man who falls in love with his Nigerian all my Tashin. You know this comes on the heels of several CBS shows these last year with a diverse cast including the neighborhood a comedy about gentrification which is back for a second season borrow some milk sure. What kind do you what we have Almond Coconut Macadamia also. You don't have no houses go to the store to Sheena Arnold Plays Tina Butler on the neighborhood. She enjoys working king on a show that promotes greater cultural understanding and diversity. We found a happy medium to be able to incorporate those things and presented the major network for the show's creator. Jim Reynolds offering a nuanced take on an issue like gentrification starts in his writer's room one of the most diverse. He says he's worked in make insuring that inclusion as a primary value on our show really I think is the way to make sure that this is an issue. That's examined from multiple perspectives because it is a very complicated issue for. Reynolds and Donald Tackling diversity is about changing hearts and minds for the BIG TV TV networks. It's about making money which traditionally happened by attracting a large predominantly white audience tiffany Smith and why is the executive executive vice president of entertainment diversity inclusion and communications at CBS. I know that both internationally as well as US minorities. He's the buying power is over three trillion dollars those dollars come from advertising streaming digital platforms and marketing opportunities his donal. Hunt Co author of UCLA's annual Hollywood diversity report which is in its sixth edition you cannot make a TV show this not diverse the majority of babies born in America today people of Color and that's been true for the last four or five years. This is a fact hunt says that can't be ignored. You're talking about not only your current market but your future markets which means for the major networks diversity both onscreen and behind the scenes is the only option I'm Christabel N._C._A. Body for marketplace and you're listening to the marketplace morning report from A._P._M. American public media..

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"cbs" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"There were very serious clashes with louise <hes> for a sort of protesters pertain someone on one of these links. E._m._t.'s tried to evacuate him. Many protesters were resistant to this while the police with expelled arrived at the scene day swatted at protesters repeal wrath. Sir testers say that they're fighting for a more democratic system system in hong kong representative government i- now they want. We like to be investigated <hes> plot the protests are totally leaderless and it's very unclear what will happen. It's very intense situation. The airport and in city giant by this morning outbound and inbound flights have resumed at the airport which is one of the world's busiest in in a statement hong kong's airport authority said it had secured a court injunction to quote restrain persons from unlawfully and willfully obstructing the airports activities and and u._s. Mortgage debt reached a record in the second quarter eclipsing even the two thousand eight peak. That's according to new data released by the federal reserve so why while well there are a couple of things the first is that low housing supply has pushed house prices up they've hit a new nominal meaning not inflation adjusted peak in two thousand sixteen and have continued rising rising another factor homeowners tapping into their home equity when they refinance and this time around americans seem to be able to handle this debt burden. The fed found that ninety eighty five point six percent of balances were current. That's the highest level of the current expansion and boeing delivered fewer planes in july than in any month and for the past decade the company said it delivered nineteen planes last month we write that it furthers the financial blow to boeing that's been brought about by the grounding of of the seven thirty seven max do now our main story this morning c._b._s. Bs and viacom have agreed to the terms of merger if completed the deal would create a company valued at roughly thirty billion dollars to find out more charlie turner. There has been speaking to ben mullen c._b._s. And viacom have reunited in a merger after sumner redstone had split up the two media giants in two thousand six. This still still seems to be all about size in a bid to compete with companies like disney a._t. And t. netflix companies that have struck their own deals over the years and also it's a bid to compete with streaming tv. Absolutely it seems like the companies have <hes> enough intellectual property. They can hold their own in the coming years. The question is do they need to do even more deals to compete with the likes of netflixing lakes in disney and i think if you talked to a lot of people around the deal they'll tell you. This isn't the end they're looking to do more. This is just the beginning what are terms of the deal is c._b._s. Buying viacom what's the dollar value here in cases like this. Both companies are both sellers and buyers because they're exchanging stock for those financial news out there. The stock exchange ratio is point five nine six two five which means at viacom.

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

"Culture, this fear that, that gay people were threat to national security that they had infiltrated the federal government, and that they needed to be systematically, removed from government service, the rooting out of homosexual employees became official policy with an executive order signed by newly elected president Dwight D Eisenhower in nineteen fifty three. This is a guy who understood firsthand a real threat supreme allied commander in World War Two so you would. I think he would understand a real threat. I think it did. I think he probably didn't see this as a real threat, but he saw that one electric. Was speeding politically was part of their campaign. Right. Let's clean house. Let's get rid of all these people in the cloud, Josh Howard, formerly of CBS news has produced directed a new documentary soon to air on PBS about the lavender scare. He says, there's a good reason. New probably don't know about this chapter in history. The lender scare happened in private the people who are being fired didn't want to tell their closest friends and relatives why they had been fired because they wanted to stay in the closet. If you were found out to be gay in those years, your life was essentially over you were shunned by society. You were shunned in the workplace. It's, it's the recent people were in the closet in the nineteen fifties, even in private homes, gay, people were not safe from investigators at Christmas time some friends. We're having a party. Somebody must have tipped off that there was a party for gay people were going to be Bob, canton, navy serviceman was told to report at the police station for interrogation. Freely admitted that I was gay. And then we also want five names with other people, you know..

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

"Twelve hours a day in an old converted gestation near his California home, you're addicted to it. I think diction might be the accurate phrase. Yeah. Yeah. You know, it's an addiction. My love doing it. A love. A passion. It's given done Winslow a platform to speak his mind, not interested in apologizing. Interested in regrets. But I'm not saying I'm sorry about anything. I've written or anything. I've said. Guess this is the awkward moment portion of evening. Yup. Illumine question who gets Philip Dover? It's Sunday morning on CBS. And here again is Jane Pauley Melissa McCarthy showed off her comic skills. Opposite Billy Gardell in the popular CBS sitcom, Mike and Molly. So it would be quite a turnaround next. Sunday's coal for the envelope. Please brings McCarthy an Oscar for a very different sort of role. Here's Lee Cowan. At the bookshop at north Hollywood, California. You can find just about anything. Including on this day. Actress Melissa McCarthy. Thanks so much. See is buying actual books with actual pages tablets aren't her think every weekend we try to go to a bookstore. So wants to my husband's really good about it. I don't know I need to I need a real book needed tangible book. Thank you. Thank you books are great. But she enjoys studying people been more I read somewhere that you have a real obsession with. Observing people who really just don't care. Don't care what they look like they don't care what they say. They don't care what they eat Drake. Whatever. It's also a hobby for you're watching a hobby, and it's gotten harder since I'm a little since this is a little more recognizable. My husband many says been like you cannot follow like you. Now, you get caught more and with some of those characters that you would stock, but they mainly they make they make it into some of your other characters. Like, I think I think when I really see like a a mannerism or just a way somebody carries themselves. I really I tend to keep like playing it over and over. She's megan. I'm I want apologize. I'm not even confident which in that came out of Whitney back to you. I'm sorry McCarthy's characters cringe-worthy, if they are loveable our collection, the bits and pieces of people she's gathered along the way. I get it. You'd will little tastes Tammy. Come clamouring back from more. But for all her outrageous hilarity. Perseus is capable of some Oscar worthy subtlety to skill. She shows up in her latest performance, can you ever.

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

"President Trump has touched off a heated debate with his national emergency to fund a border wall. A certain bestselling author has long been committing his border knowledge to find print shares his thoughts with CBS evening news anchor. Jeff glor-. Tell me where we are. Here in the big nowhere. The heat in the windy, southern California desert's hundred nine right now is searingly familiar to done Winslow Nexico just across those hills. And these are drug trails coming about Mexico. By foot mule force all-terrain vehicles, usually come at night, the drug trills almost like snake tracks. They do that tell you what they are Winslow now sixty five and a bestselling author has been a third of his life at our southern border writing to critically acclaimed novels based on what he's seen after more than two decades. He thought he'd exhausted the topic. I swore I promise to myself. I promise to my wife. I wasn't going into another one about the border about drugs. But there was more story to be told. He tells that story in the border out later this month, his crime trilogy will soon be made into big budget movies by acclaimed director. Ridley Scott gets about internal borders about ethical borders. Moral borders political borders, and whether we cross them or not. And if we cross them can we ever cross back winslow's been a fierce critic of President Trump. He even got a full page ad in the New York Times criticising his border policies. We want to stop drugs. We wanna stop traffickers, we want to stop criminals from coming in walls. Save lives. Jim Agean saying wall out there someday. No. Then on every mile of the sport.

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

"To say your painter. I love painting. I have always been a painter that. I know it's Sunday morning on CBS. And here again is Jane Pauley. That's real to focus as Vincent Van Gogh in attorneys gate from CBS films turns out van Goghs passion is shared by both the movie's director and it star who's up for a Golden Globe. Tonight's wards. Serena ultra has a portrait of the artist's. Does each one kind of bring you back to a specific memory and seen you're at the Metropolitan Museum of art in New York, actor this is what relic can't get over that and artist come face to face once upon a time and another time he was right here. We'll to fo- studies a self portrait of Vincent Van Gogh. I see the marks know I laugh when people say you look like gone from portrait to portrait looks very different. It's a remarkable close encounter that extends beyond the exhibit space to the big screen. Default plays the painter in at attorneys gate. A new film about the final months, van Goghs, tortured, and brilliant life. My job title manager, and a prolific stage and film career spanning forty years with parts ranging from soldiers. Who we choose to two super villains? Devos says nothing compares to this. When I look at nature. I see more clearly takes me love this movie. And it was a beautiful experience to make changed. You. Of course. I did Van Gogh change it. How did the film change? You change is how I see and not just painting. But how I see things in life. There's something inside don't go at it has. What I say nobody else sees that. Newt respective includes a different way to approach this almost mythical figure unlike previous movies this one focuses on what he created not the madness that consumed him. Yes. He had lots of challenges. No doubt about that. But he was also productive. Then he was painting practically a painting day, and you can tell from his letters. How happy was is feeling of seem something that's beautiful. But I read sixty three to fo is twenty six years older than Van Gogh at the time of his death on your mind. It was Willem Dafoe. It was always going to be willing. But four director Julian Schnabel he was destined for the role. He became something. I don't think it's a performance. He's was the incarnation of something invited me over to the house. And they put a a beard on me and shot pictures, and I think he sat with those images for a little while. And then shortly after he said, let's do this thing. And it seems only fitting that the controversial snob all a filmmaker and painter known for his outsized, art and personality would take on this larger than life subject. I wanted to make a movie that wasn't about Van Gogh. But I wanted the audience to feel what it was to be him Snapple has the famous fortune that Van Gogh never had in life. But the sixty seven year old whose works have sold for millions says the Dutch painter achieved something truly priceless. This thing about in the film is it kind of talks about really what success is I for one thing that Van Gogh was successful. Because he achieved what he wanted to do. He is his paintings and those. Paintings are still conversing with us. And that is I'd say that's a huge success. Much of at attorneys gate was filmed on location in the south of France with the photo retracing van Goghs footsteps. Good feeling when you look out on landscape, and it's almost recognizable. As for the still lives landscapes and portrait's sh- nobble did most of them. But not all I wanted to see the shoes. I know that the other Defoe's showed us the Van Gogh work, he recreated with some advice from Schnabel Julian coached me on painting, the shoes this is why even though when on painting, I'm not printing necessarily, the style of go. Painting. But they're things I recognize you know, like the laces how freely you do you do. Exactly. Two. This is Bob wills sixth film. But with his paintings hanging alongside works by nineteenth century masters at the museo door, saying Paris, also it's clear, the canvas will always be his calling. We ever stop painting. No, I can't stop painting. Because if there's anything the way mediate the world is through painting. I mean, if I my way of living reason live is to do that. Why do you pay? Parents..

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

"So what's a head for us in the new year? We've asked our CBS news correspondents around the world for an assessment. And we begin with chip Reid in Washington. The witch-hunt is a call it should never taken place. Couple of drill involving the US in Russia today, if we don't have border security will shut down the government if you think this year has felt like a political roller coaster ride. You are a rude. Terrible person. You might want to fasten your seatbelts even tighter for next year. It has the potential I think to be one of those cataclysmic years that historians write about Susan page of USA today says President Trump's battles of the past two years will pale in comparison to those he'll face when Nancy Pelosi enter fellow Democrats take control of the house on January third. He's been president for two years with no effective. Congressional oversight of himself or visit ministration and that is about to change house. Democrats will have subpoena power, and they plan to use it to compel testimony from a parade of potentially incriminating witnesses and to uncover secret documents, including the president's tax returns. But that could turn out to be a sideshow compared to special counsel Robert Muller's investigation into allegations that the president colluded with Russia and obstructed Muller's investigation. What's in? The report is still largely a mystery. There have been virtually no leaks from the special counsel office. So this could be an absolutely blockbuster report. When it does come out. I think it's hard to imagine that it won't be if it is. And perhaps even if it isn't the fired up newly elected House Democrats are expected to demand that the president be impeached and. Pelosi goes along they'll probably succeed. Let me save. Can't be political. But only the Senate has the power to remove president from office and with the Senate in Republican hands..

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

"Of childhood trips to the library journeys through the pages of a treasure trove of all kinds of information on this. The two hundred fiftieth anniversary of the encyclopedia. Britannica Luke Burbank has done little research. Long before you could Google it or ask Alexa. There was the encyclopedia Britannica which turns two hundred and fifty this month. It was useful combining scholarship with with practical information living in the age of information then and now I head on Sunday morning as we said year's end is a time to look back. But it's also a time for new beginnings with a little help from our CBS news correspondents the world over among them Seth tone there out the morning will gaze into the crystal ball. If we don't have border security will shut down the government, a good Brexit for the country closed the book on twenty eighteen will remember some of the peaks, and if you of the valleys, and then it's onto the new year from the far east to the Middle East Europe to America will go around the world and look ahead to twenty nineteen later on Sunday morning coming up when are Sunday morning podcast continues. Encyclopaedia a book or set of books providing information on all or many branches of knowledge generally articles alphabetically arranged Luke Burbank takes us to see for cover story..

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"It should probably be about Kentucky, regardless of outcome. We'll see what happens there. I. I think I'm just going to. I'm just going to be stupid and take both underdogs to win straight up. This weekend of the CBS sports. Classic Kentucky has enough to beat Carolina. It's got enough on the interior. Kelvin Johnson has been right there with Kobe white in terms of of the most impressive freshman on each of their respective teams. And he's been really really solid overall three point shooting is still not were Kentucky needs to be. But it's actually, you know in the past one or two games it's gotten a little bit better defensively. It's still it's the worst Kentucky team from beyond the arc calories ever had. So there is some concern for that. But but the hell man, you wanna get nuts nuts? I'll take Turkey to win in. I'll say along the lines of like eighty four eighty two in a good one. They don't need it. But they kinda need it. Because if you don't win this. It's not even like just a to pluck NC state, which doesn't need the wick Kentucky where it has a lot of, you know, NC state it's going to it's going to be game after game after game after game in the ACC of getting a really good opportunities Kentucky, we'll have plenty. But not nearly as many in the SEC, and it doesn't have as much non con heft victories. And after this UNC and then the next game is at Louisville. You would think it needs to split those, and I think UNC better than Louisville. But I feel like Kentucky has a better shot at picking off the tar heels, and it doesn't going in and being the cardinals on December twenty nine. So I'll take the Wildcats. I know there's I know you're not going to take them. Right. You're you're gonna ride with the heels here you're gonna take both favorites here on Saturday. Yeah. I'll take North Carolina to win. I think it'll be a competitive game. But I'll take North Carolina to to win the game. And I'm with you. If you're gonna try to split these next to I don't know what the point spreads will be on them. But I think it's more realistic in your current form. If you're conducting to go try to knock off a North Carolina team that. Yeah. Beacon zag. But yeah, also lost Texas. I think it's it's more realistic to try to get North Carolina on a neutral court. That'll probably be you know. Surrounded by more Kentucky fans than any other fan base than it is to to think you're going to go into to Louisville and beat Louisville. I don't know that Louisville's great. But I think the top thirty team I had twenty six in the top twenty five in one when I had to jump into state in it push Louisville down one spot. So they they're out now they would be twenty seven, but I think Lewis quality. Not. But I don't think I don't think is good as North Carolina. But I think you're better off trying to get. On a neutral didn't go into the yum center and try to pick off Chris max team. I agree. All right. So the last big thing that we should touch on here. Buffalo plays at Marquette on Friday. That's a great game of buffalo wins. We'll get into that. That's that's a huge game for Friday. No doubt about it. If they can remain undefeated that's going to continue to be an awesome stories. So that's on the radar but Saturday Kansas plays at Arizona state. Humongous opportunity for the sun devils and the conference there in which is just really going through it. We detail that on previous podcast if you haven't listened please go back and do so ASU has lost two of his past three though. Now, they were understandable says it was at Vanderbilt even though it wasn't as competitive as it should have been. It was it was at vandy and then loss on a neutral in a good game against Nevada. Can it get right? Because if it can't. ASU will be slipping quickly. And then Kansas still undefeated rob South Dakota on Tuesday guy to close shave win last Saturday against Villanova. What will it do? Without you joke as Buki will this be another case of Dietrich Lawson and Gerald Vic bailing the team out. Or do we see a big game from putting Grimes we've been waiting on it and waiting on? Devon Dawson has had some really really nice moments..

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

"It's Sunday morning on CBS. And here again is Leigh Cowen nine hundred eighty eight presidential candidate Gary Hart seem to have the White House. Incite what happened next, however is a cautionary tale and the subject of a brand new movie starring Jack Rita braver has our Sunday profile. You have had quite an eventful life overboard. Yes, I think that may be the understatement of the day much much more than I ever -ticipant in when we met up with former Senator Gary Hart in evergreen, Colorado. Just a few miles from his home spec that we in a town called kit. Ttrij we talked about some of the most tumultuous events as depicted in the new film that looks back to Maine nineteen eighty-seven carrier. Talked about America's future. Gary Hart's presidential campaign was infamously derailed. We lose this. We can kiss the White House. Goodbye. What's it been like for you to have all this on that time? Very strange. Imagine out of the blue somebody came to and said, there's good news bednets. We wanna make a movie about you. But we wanna make it about the worst week of your life today. I do anything immoral -absolutely did not it was the week that reporters from the Miami Herald acting on a tip staked out hearts DC home and saw him meeting with a young woman named Donna rice when I sure some questions about the woman at townhouse. His wife was out of town denies the idea that played in the movie by who Jackman sponsored the reporters and confronted them. On my responsibilities. Are do you know yours? That's sunday. They're old would publish a story. That also reported that Hart and rice head previously been together in them innate on a boat called monkey business. These pictures shot by vacationing businessmen show relaxed Senator on the now famous yacht. Monkey business both Hart and rice.

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

"They didn't. It's Sunday morning on CBS. And here again is Jane Pauley. From the. Paul, Simon and art Garfunkel may have been feeling groovy when they sang the fifty ninth street bridge song all those years ago, but they've had many rough moment sense. Now, art Garfunkel is talking about the good times and the bad with our Rita braver. Can you believe I'm still doing this. Yes, he is more than fifty years poll. Simon in art Garfunkel. I hit the pop charts hall. Seventy six art Garfunkel is touring solo. So. Do you ever get tired of singing these songs? The ones that everybody wants to hear. Really, I wouldn't do them if I didn't love them. I don't need to do this job. I do it only for love now. Garfunkel grew up in Queens, New York, his dad, a salesman, his mum, a homemaker. Brother must have been pretty punch in there before all the time. Do what else do brothers do they put a pillow over each other's heads? Then they found the pillow. But art was the one with the special gift. I would sing what I heard on the radio. They try to tell us we're too young necking goal, and I observed about age five or six. I can sing. This.

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"cbs" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"The head of CBS keeps his job for now for marketplace in New York. I'm Tracey Samuelson in for David Brancaccio Leslie Moonves. The CEO of CBS will continue leading the company while it investigates sexual misconduct claims against him. That was the decision of CBS's board after meeting yesterday in a New Yorker article, six women accused wound vez of sexual harassment incident spanning from the late eighties to early two, thousands, New York Times, media reporter Ed Lee has been following the story and joins me now to discuss paid. So at, as you mentioned in your piece, you know, CBS took immediate action against Charlie rose. When allegations surfaced against him, NBC also acted quickly against Matt Lauer, removing him from the today show. Why do you think this is different? Let's moon beds is pre powerful figure who runs the entire network as well as other parts of CVS corporation. You know, Showtime, for example, as part of that Simon and Shuster the proposers also part of that. Taking pretty quick action to sort of for someone aside would have pretty dramatic effects, you know, ripple through the entire business. So I think the board clearly is acting, you know, as cautiously possibly can. The the comparisons are at, but they're also different given the scope of what less moon Bez controls. And that's probably a factor, but it is striking that that hadn't taken any action and less says he has options here too. Right. Are there any precedents for CEO stepping down ahead of an investigation like this? They're actually, it was a relatively recent example. Martin surrou- was the CEO of WPP, which is the largest company in the world. He stepped down when allegations came out about his behavior and the board was actually going to investigate him as well in terms of these allegations. But he he stepped aside head of that. And so what it did is allowed him to cash his talk options and retire from the company without any of these allegations. Incorr- operative by a board investigation and the company basically considered this a close case. So he's sort of was able to walk away without any further harm or any further implications. I think company itself didn't want to really dig into and they were probably grateful that voluntarily stepped aside that as a model for potentially less moon veg, it doesn't seem like he's quite going that route. But that's the closest comparison in terms of the head of a major company like that at Lee media reporter with the New York Times. Thanks for your time. I appreciate it. Sure. American consumers did their part to help the economy June spending on restaurants and accommodation in particular consumer spending was up point four percents incomes rose by the same amount, I guess, make more spend more. We got some inflation data as well. Let's discuss with Lindsay pigs. She's chief economist and managing director at St. full nNcholas Palin. Good morning. Thanks for having me. So Lindsey, we know the fed meets this morning, their preferred measure of inflation. The personal consumption expenditure. There's index out today. One point, nine percent, their target is two percent. What do you think? Well, I think the fed is going to feel pretty comfortable in the expectations that the market is set forward. In terms of an additional rate increase comes up timber and December. Now up until this point, we've really seen vast improvement in the labor market with the unemployment rate reaching that full employment range and actually falling below that lower bound a full employment for quite some time. But inflation has been that missing component. Now, the most recent reports we do see that although the CPI in the PPI have been well above that two percent threshold, the p. c. e. which is the feds preferred. Inflation metric is now catching up to that two percent target. So the fed is looking at these numbers this morning and feeling pretty confident who continue to move along that gradual pathway to higher interest rates. All right. Lindsay, Piazza with steel, nNcholas. Thanks so much. Thanks for having me. Bloomberg is reporting that the US and China are trying to restart training goes. She talks stalled after the US Levy tariffs on Chinese imports because of what it sees as unfair trade practices around intellectual property, China, retaliated with tariffs of its own the US threaten more tariffs and back and forth. We went new talks, could maybe break that cycle. As a nonprofit news organization marketplace's able to.

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"cbs" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"Is also known as my airbnb rental i am joined by kristi tanner christie is the general manager of cbs news digital christie welcome good morning brian you're an early morning riser in and i both both impressed by that at a little resentful because i got up really oh explain your role exactly just i mean cbs the gigantic organization i run digital for cbs news and all of cbs's digital assets are part of cbs interactive when we put our twentyfive brands together into cbs interactive or the seventh largest digital company in the us in terms of traffic okay so we have we have forced super verticals within cbs interactive tech entertainment sports and news and i run news okay so it's lovely out here and and everything's wonderful the sun is always shining but the sun is not always shining in the media business what what's the what are what is one challenge that released sort of for you is topped mine right now in the new space the the biggest challenge is differentiation because in many respects news can be a commodity and one of the ways that other news organizations have differentiated themselves is with opinion and so now we now have partisan news outlets cbs news is brand is decidedly nonpartisan we have doubled down on reporting as the central facet of our brand and that is resonating with the viewers who are growing for our streaming service cbs n okay so you're not protrump or anti trump we are adhering to the traditional because it's hard dander of representing the facts as opposed to opinion but that's that's kind of hard right i mean because like people are tied up in knots about whether to call lies lies or misstatements or it is interesting to see the various synonyms that people are using for lies out there in the entire new space so falsehood has become a hit a new life a word that seems to be easier for people to use them lie i don't know what the psychology of that is but we have we have been breaking down statements and separating them into facts and untruths or faxon and lies and as one example on i think it was friday when president trump went out into the driveway of the of the white house to give an interview he misstated and claimed many false facts in that and we assigned our team to break down every statement in our one o'clock live show and and that is something that i think others may just be repeating the statement and we're really really working hard gone to do that okay how about platforms i think this is the other hot button issue in the media world facebook google amazon are they platforms in the media business no no not at all our foes they are both opportunities and challenges and we work we work very closely with almost a dozen platforms distribution partners in the digital space to distribute cbs which is our twenty four seven livestream so that's a big area of investment for cvs and when i started three years ago on this we were basically onto putt forms for ot and streaming we were on apple and roku were now on more than twelve platforms in the list is growing so players like fubo pluto tv what else amazon has over as overtaken apple in some respects on the traffic front because they have so many devices in the home right so when you're thinking about platforms it's not it's not just a synonym for facebook absolutely not and i would say that the obsession with facebook in the media industry is unhealthy we need to be looking at the entire media landscape because there are other players who are amassing warchest and i would say worchester of data and that in the coming years will be will be used to target the consumers who we own and i think that we as content creators number one we need to double down on creating content that's what we're good at that's what the platforms are terrible at and and there that has a ton of value as for the is that because you're you're i mean we're talking mostly about video right i mean i feel like the obsession with facebook comes because the sort of text native publishers i don't want to call them but like they you know facebook really just ran roughshod over that entire section of the media industry whereas google and.

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

"And some can even be booked by the adventurous for an overnight stay the ultimate no frills room with a view benny benny good morning do you have any idea what time it is of course i do my watch is linked to the atomic clock in boulder colorado jim parsons plays the annoying nerd for laughs in the hit cbs tv series the big bang theory now in a brand new film parsons plays very different roles both in front of and behind the camera here's richard schlesinger you said whoever had the bride idea to evaluate poplars using test scores special place in ex out of a hundred yeah there is a great deal about jim parsons latest role in the new movie a kid like jake that not so many years ago would have been difficult to imagine this time he's not just the star i chewed gum to that whole take he is also one half of the husband and husband producing team behind the film that focuses on two parents played by parsons and claire danes trying to find the right school for their four year old son jake who likes to dress as a princess i love to act an insatiable desire of mine i feel like i can't control it do you love to produce now i wouldn't say that yet this doesn't know how to tell me that my son was a well he was the little mermaid it turns out parsons is known as an actor with a broad rain sorry meeting indian bernadette for dinner to welcome to tag along a girls night i'm i'm up for an evening talking about rainbows unicorns and minstrel cramps he became an alist star in the cbs sitcom the big bang theory he is also a stage actor starring these days on broadway in a revival of the boys in the band and he's presenting an award at the tonys tonight this is his first role behind the camera as a producer where did you get the producer bug.

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

"Waste a year of our life looking for lost or misplaced yes because it's five minutes here it's ten minutes there one sentence to get people off the sofa and starting to declutter what is it set yourself free it's just stuff it's just stuff this is a cbs news special birthday a question of survival with cbs news correspondent walter cronkite and now page from our sunday morning almanac april twenty second nineteen seventy forty eight years ago today the very first earth day a unique day in american history is a day set aside for a nationwide outpouring of mankind seeking its own survival sean in that i day was a nationwide series of events championing the cause of the environment from the streets of new york city for two hours fashionable fifth avenue was off limit to automobiles and became a crowded pedestrian mall to a sixth grade science class in council bluffs iowa uncounted millions took part that first day the first but hardly the last and all the frozen kuzma's we know of no other place like this twenty years later sunday morning zone charles kuralt reported on earth day nineteen ninety we'd like have a tree about every two steps by the end of the day today they hope to have planted fifty nine thousand trees it's an apology to the earth which brings us to today this fortyninth earth day focuses on ending plastic pollution including the estimated four hundred eighty billion or more plastic bottles sold worldwide every year nearly half a century later the earth still needs not just our apology but our help.

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

"It's sunday morning on cbs and here again is lee cowan tina fey along with amy poehler got plenty laughs spoofing sarah palin saturday night live back in two thousand eight now she's the allstate force behind the new musical mean girls opening tonight on broadway out she brought the hit movie to the great white ways a story she shares with our jane polling so you've actually haven't been to school and saying last for the last x for some people tina fey is synonymous with me murals regina was dangling in front of me on purpose i knew this would be settled in the animal world she wrote the movie so maybe i arrived a little nervous just don't worry about it and if it's something i'm uncomfortable with all just let's just table you'll just flip the table all right with me toward you you meet coming through main girls was a kind of ample logical did this map shows the school central nervous system the cafeteria you got your cool asians earn outs jock through the treacherous terrain of very particular slice can't learn tank top two days in a row of american team girl psyche oh and we only wear jeans are track pans on fridays if you break any of these rules you can't sit with us and now fourteen years after the movie audiences are lining up again.

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

"John derian has discovered the beauty of living in the past it says it's someone else planned my life and as this woke up and i was like oh this is my life i definitely feel lucky i don't really know how all of this happened start la still to come i disappeared and i think that's what acting is about double oscar nominee mary j blige at les her i read the news at ease with sergeant pepper four thousand holden bloodcurdling is she laura that's good disorders it sunday morning on cbs and here again is jane pauley the song family affair was a big hit for mary j blige back in two thousand one fastforward to today when a new song plus a film role can win her the envelope police two times over here's michelle miller his body would that little dislexia less than two weeks before the academy awards more than thoughts of mary j blige up for not one but two oscars is on stage in tampa giving had her all whoa when it's like a show when it's like real fans is the energy is through the roof it's amazing when you when i'm looking at it you went on in customer no question about it mary jane blockage rights their own spirit.

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