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Fauci: Drugmakers will have 1 billion COVID-19 vaccines by end of 2021

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:39 sec | 12 hrs ago

Fauci: Drugmakers will have 1 billion COVID-19 vaccines by end of 2021

"Million cases of the Corona virus in the U. S. But the nation's top infectious disease expert is offering some positive news about a vaccine CBSs Steve Futterman with more. In an interview with Reuters, Dr Anthony found. She expressed optimism about a vaccine. I'm talking about something That has been proven to be both safe and effective and felt. She said He believes that vaccine will be approved by the end of the year as forgetting an approved vaccine to the public. The manufacturer's tell us That they will have hundreds of millions and likely a 1,000,000,000 doses by the end of 2021. Steve Futterman CBS News The virus

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Fresh update on "steve futterman" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:15 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "steve futterman" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"To Steve Futterman has more. In an interview with Reuters, Dr Anthony found. She expressed optimism about a vaccine. I'm talking about something that has been proven to be both safe and effective and felt, she said He believes that vaccine will be approved by the end of the year as forgetting an approved vaccine to the public. The manufacturer's tell us That they will have hundreds of millions and likely a 1,000,000,000 doses by the end of 2021 felt she was critical of those who he said turned the wearing of Basques into a political issue. Steve Futterman CBS News Facebook has deleted opposed by the Trump campaign for the first time, saying it violated its misinformation policy. The posting question Featured a link to a video in which Mr Trump says Children are virtually immune to the Corona virus. Meanwhile, CBS's Natalie brand reports the Trump campaign has filed a lawsuit against the state of Nevada for its plans for mail in balloting in November. Nevada Will you have a governor? He said. Let's just send out millions of ballots and the post office cannot be prepared. I haven't spoken to the post office about it. But I don't know how they could possibly be prepared. Nevada lawmakers agreed to proactively mail the balance to every registered voter in response to the pandemic. It is extremely important to me that our citizens do not have to decide between their health. In the right. Devote tropical Storm You say yes has spun off dozens of tornadoes from North Carolina to New England, one of them heavily damaging Jim Gordon's home in Suffolk, Virginia. Whatever reason.

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Facebook Offers Money to Reel In TikTok Creators

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | Last week

Facebook Offers Money to Reel In TikTok Creators

"Instagram is trying to make the creators of TIC tac and offer that will be hard to refuse. Not surprisingly, it involves lots of big bucks Here's seen that's Connie Guglielmo. There are some reports that Facebook, which owns Instagram has been offering TIC Tac creators. Cash to try toe Lord them to their new service is called reels. And it's a new short from video service that Facebook wants Instagram to create to compete with Tic tac. The rumors about Facebook wanting to pay off Tic tac creators is just that right now. These are stories that are attributed to sources. But it does feed into what's happening in the tech industry. And that is big tech companies, including Facebook buying their way into market on Capitol Hill Wednesday, the heads of Facebook, Amazon and Google all faced tough questions during an antitrust hearing. I'm Steve Futterman, CBS News Live

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Another recall of potentially toxic hand sanitizers sold nationwide

WBBM Morning News

00:30 sec | Last week

Another recall of potentially toxic hand sanitizers sold nationwide

"August. The FDA is list of potentially toxic hand sanitizers is growing. CBS's Steve Futterman says the new Do not use list includes almost 90 variety consumers are being told to look at labels and if the sanitizer contains methanol, don't use it. Myth and also wood alcohol, which could be toxic if ingested or used on the skin. If used in large quantities. It can also result in blindness and damage to the nervous system grants to avoid esque biochem Cosmetic, a mystic and four e

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MLB opening day 2020; Los Angeles Dodgers sign Mookie Betts to massive 12-year contract extension worth $365 million

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:43 sec | Last week

MLB opening day 2020; Los Angeles Dodgers sign Mookie Betts to massive 12-year contract extension worth $365 million

"League baseball abbreviated season's opening up today, there won't be any fans at Dodger Stadium tonight, but something's will sound. The same deter rule, as usual, will be playing the organ playing in a stadium that's virtually empty. Definitely be different, and that every stadium this season there will be public address announcer Welcome to Yankee Stadium Hell old and will be out all the Yankee Games this year, introducing the player I prefer to believe that my voice gives whoever is able to hear it. A sense of normalcy. Steve Futterman CBS NEWS LOS Angeles The Dodgers have signed their newly acquired star Mookie Betts to a 12 year, $365 million deal.

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988 to become the new 911 for suicide prevention

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

988 to become the new 911 for suicide prevention

"The FCC has given the green light to a new easy to remember three digit national suicide hotline number. More from CBS's news correspondent Steve Futterman. We all know you call 911 for an emergency. Now the FCC has approved a special three digit number that those contemplating suicide can call There is already a national suicide hotline with the traditional 10 digit number. The three digit number 988 will make it easier. Aggie pious, the FCC chairman, It's a game changer. When it goes into effect in 2022. You will instantly be connected with a trained counselor. When you call

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California rolls back reopening plans as new outbreaks force major reversal

Total Information AM

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

California rolls back reopening plans as new outbreaks force major reversal

"Economy, is suddenly in crisis again. The state moving to reverse the reopening, thanks to a surge in Corona virus cases and hospitalizations and the two largest school district's L. A. And San Diego say students will not return to classrooms in the fall. Your CBS and Steve Futterman, California's easing of restrictions did not work out as planned. Not everybody's practicing common sense and with the number of cases and hospitalizations and deaths, all spiking Governor Gavin Newsom is putting many of those restrictions back into effect. We are now required all counties to close their indoor activities. Numerous businesses will be impacted restaurants, movie theaters, zoos and museums. And the shuttering of all bars. Most residents are grudgingly going along. I'm not happy with it, but We have to make it work, You have to roll with it. But this woman in Riverside, California who wants a fitness center, says she will defy the orderly are encouraging everybody to stay nasty. Futterman, CBS NEWS

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"steve futterman" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:30 min | 3 weeks ago

"steve futterman" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Correspondent Steve Futterman is in L. A. The move comes weeks after California began to re open, but that led to disturbing scenes of people ignoring guidelines, especially at bars and beaches, data suggests. Not everybody's practicing common sense. The new order focuses on indoor businesses and activities. Reaction is mixed. These people say they will comply. We have to make it work. You have to roll with it. But this woman who owns a fitness center says No. We are encouraging everybody to stay open in Arizona. Tests show one in every four people are coming up positive for Cove it that's the highest rate in the country. Hospitalizations in Florida are at their highest level since the beginning of May. Dr Anthony Fauci warns. We haven't begun to see the end of this pandemic the best way to re open the country and to get back to normal. Is to be very prudent in protecting yourself from getting infected. Some administration officials are calling Dr Fauci out. The president says they get along very well. And he likes vouch he personally. Making masks mandatory in UK shops because oven up taking cases there, Frances considering it, scientists say the two countries should have imposed rules as soon as they began lifting locked down. Roger Stone is speaking out days after President Trump commuted his 40 month sentence for lying to Congress, he tells Fox people said I you see Stone had the goods on Trump, and he traded his silence for for commutation that is patently false. I never said that. I never implied that What I said has been consistent. The first federal execution in 17 years, is moving ahead this morning after the Supreme Court by a 5 to 4 vote reversed lower courts. In the case of Daniel Lewis Lee. He was convicted of murdering a family of three in 1996. Georgia's heartbeat abortion law is history. CBS's Kate Smith, a federal judge, Block's George's six speak abortion ban. Writing that the law was in violation of Roe v. Wade, though every so called heartbeat bill has been blocked by a judge. Supporters of the law say that's the point. All have goals of bringing a legal challenge to Roe v. Wade, family, friends and former glee cast mates held hands along Lake Piru in Southern California after police found deny Rivera's body in the water six days after she disappeared. And tore a county sheriff bill. A of the initial examination from the medical examiner's office does not reveal anything that makes us suspect There's any sort of foul play involved. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS.

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Nick Cordero, Broadway actor who battled COVID-19, dies at 41

KYW 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | Last month

Nick Cordero, Broadway actor who battled COVID-19, dies at 41

"Has died after a long and well publicized struggle with the Corona virus here, CBS's Steve Futterman for just over three months, Nick Cordero bravely battled the ravages of the illness. For weeks, he was in a medically induced coma. He also lost a leg. He potentially also faced a double lung transplant. His wife said. There were many times doctors told her he would not survive. He kept beating the odds. Finally, though, the illness was too much. Nick Cordero was 41 years old. A Chicago

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Broadway actor Nick Cordero dies in Los Angeles after battle with coronavirus

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | Last month

Broadway actor Nick Cordero dies in Los Angeles after battle with coronavirus

"Sad news tonight from Broadway. Tony nominated actor Nick Cordero has died at the age of 41 from Ravages brought on by the Corona virus. Four weeks Broadway actor Nick Cordero was in a medically induced coma. Then he lost his right leg. Now he has finally lost the battle here in L. A last week. His wife, Amanda Klute, spoke with CBS this morning about the struggle. They told me four times that he won't survive. Nick Cordero bravely fought Cove in 19 for just over three months. But in the end, he could not beat it. Steve Futterman CBS

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NFL to play "Black anthem" before all Week 1 games, reports say

KYW 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | Last month

NFL to play "Black anthem" before all Week 1 games, reports say

"The NFL plans to have a song described as the black national anthem performed on the field. The first week of the regular season. More from CBS News correspondent Steve Futterman has been performed by many great vocalists, Aretha Franklin Beyonc. On numerous church and school choirs. Now the National Football League reportedly plans tohave the song, lift every voice and sing what many call the black national anthem performed before each game during the first week of the

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Facebook to label rule-breaking posts after advertisers flee

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:36 sec | Last month

Facebook to label rule-breaking posts after advertisers flee

"As more and more huge advertisers suddenly flee Facebook the social media site is now making a change for lore the back correspondent Steve Futterman on what the company has just announced it's a major move by Facebook which says it will now flag or label all newsworthy posts that break its rules including those from president trump as for posting to incite violence or they try to suppress voting those could be removed completely the move by Facebook may have been driven by economics just hours earlier the European company Unilever which owns Ben and Jerry's ice cream said it was halting all advertising on Facebook through the end of

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A noose was found in Bubba Wallace's garage stall, NASCAR says

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:30 sec | Last month

A noose was found in Bubba Wallace's garage stall, NASCAR says

"NASCAR's only full time black driver appears to be the target of a hate attack the noose was discovered in Bubba Wallace's garage at the Talladega track by a member of his race team NASCAR immediately issued a statement calling the incident a heinous act and saying we are angry and outraged NASCAR has launched an investigation Bubba Wallace calls it a despicable act of racism and hatred CBS is Steve Futterman they're reporting the discovery of the news follows the banning of the Confederate battle flag from all NASCAR events

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Calls for police reform heard nationwide

WBBM Morning News

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Calls for police reform heard nationwide

"That it's not just Minneapolis there are calls for change all over the country your CBS's Steve Futterman police departments here in the west are facing scrutiny in Portland police chief Jamie rash under fire for her handling of protests resigned her post an African American officer takes over as the city's top cop this is the right thing to do in Seattle the city council was upset with the police there for using tear gas on protesters council members are threatening to reduce police funding by fifty percent but in San Diego just the opposite the council there is increasing money for its

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Minneapolis city council pledges to disband police

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Minneapolis city council pledges to disband police

"Two weeks after George Floyd's death a majority of the Minneapolis city council wants to dismantle the city's police force and replace it with something else CBS is Steve Futterman tells us the effort faces potential hurdles it is something unheard of for a major American city to discuss disbanded its police department but that's exactly what the city council members say they want to do council president Lisa Bender our city's relationship with the media outlets police departments to the policing as we know it those attending a protest rally in Minneapolis yesterday support the move we are still here watching black people get murdered and tear gas in our streets the mayor is against it and the idea might be more complicated than people think the city charter requires Minneapolis to have and fund a police department Steve Futterman

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"steve futterman" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"steve futterman" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Steve Futterman CBS news the southern California's only twenty four hour local news in traffic station can extend seventy newsradio good evening I'm Brian paying our top local stories it'll fly the stay at home or in LA county could last well into the summer and governor Ducey moves to further ease the coronavirus chokehold on California's economy but first traffic weather together every ten minutes on the fives and here's Tony combos this is never good news it's a secular downtown Tenney said Santa Fe Avenue a vehicle hit a pedestrian and now we've got a sick alert the left three lanes are shut down and actually that'll be for an unknown amount of time they are also diverting everybody off at central so you're going to be taken off the freeway for now you can use Olympic a Washington to get around this closure in south LA the one of five west of the one ten solo vehicle car blocking the car pool lane seeing that back up starting to dissipate so that is probably in the clearing stages of it has been cleared already one of five west of San Pedro street they've Caltrans is asking C. H. P. if they could please stop plans they can fill some potholes get some deep potholes in the right lane so that break will start at central for all lanes and they should be doing that the next few minutes or so through Carson gets a guardrail work along the one ten and I'm the one ten south Caltrans is laying some cones down south on one ten the four oh five to P. C. H. L. have a lane closed foursome that Caltrans work and it looks like the north bound four oh five connector to the north bound or steamy northbound seven ten Camaro northbound four five is now open that was a long playing settlers Caltrans had to fix a guardrail looks like that's all clear and everything's open next reported ten fifteen I'm trying to converse with more traffic reports were often can extend seventy newsradio fortunately got lows in the fifties and then looking ahead here Wednesday another mild day highs mid sixties to mid seventies looking.

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Dr. Anthony Fauci to warn Senate of 'needless suffering'

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Dr. Anthony Fauci to warn Senate of 'needless suffering'

"Popular member of the president's White House task force is scheduled to testify remotely before a Senate committee today correspondent Steve Futterman says he'll wave a red flag about getting back to business doctor found she is expected to give a blunt and stern warning describing the dangers of easing restrictions too soon in comments to The New York Times Fauci says he will tell senators coming back prematurely will lead to needless suffering and needless deaths thought she says he will describe the dangers of multiple new outbreaks throughout the country the wrong decision he says will set the U. S. back

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"steve futterman" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:50 min | 3 months ago

"steve futterman" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Steve Futterman in Los Angeles a Senate hearing today could have some fireworks Dr Anthony Fauci according to The New York Times we'll tell senators that re opening the economy too soon could lead to needless suffering and death more in today's hearing from CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff the Senate help committee is holding this morning's hearing but there will be very few people in the committee room not only is the chairman senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee holding that hearing remotely from his home some of the star witnesses like Dr Anthony Fauci FDA commissioner Steven Hahn and CDC director Robert Redfield will all testify before the committee as they self isolate their doing so after it was discovered that vice president pence's press secretary tested positive for the virus bill ray Cobb CBS news some new covert nineteen rules for White House staffers your CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy the memo was an emblem of how the threat is now being taken more seriously inside the White House he directs all employees entering the west wing to wear a mask except when they're at their own desks up until last Friday when the vice president's press secretary tested positive top trump aides appeared to issue masks and social distancing displaying their sense that regular testing was enough to feel confident their workplace was a corona virus free zone the meat industry is still being hit hard by the corona virus here's CBS's Matt Piper across the meat packing industry there about at least twelve thousand five hundred covert nineteen cases and fifty one deaths according to the Midwest center for investigative reporting and many of them are at Tyson business insider reports forty six hundred cases and eighteen deaths link back to the meat giant well the company is relaxed its attendance policies it still does not offer full paid sick leave so Tyson employees many of whom are immigrants continue to go to work even when sick Matt Piper CBS news was nineteen deaths in the U. S. on Monday passed the eighty thousand mark a potential landmark hearing at the Supreme Court today the justices will hear arguments on whether some key financial records of president trump could be turned over to Congress CBS news legal analyst Rebecca Rafi she she intended that Congress should be able to engage in some kind of oversight there's always been something that has to be balanced so we don't want you know I have some kind of political animus he kind of entity could get any points with the president is cleaning is a kind of absolute immunity from investigation and carries over our investigations the impeachment inquiry and no president has ever cleared including Richard Nixon these kind of absolute immunity in Tuesday trading in Tokyo the Nikkei ended the session down twenty four points this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app.

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"steve futterman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:53 min | 3 months ago

"steve futterman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Reporting I'm Steve Futterman in Los Angeles a Senate hearing today could have some fireworks Dr Anthony Fauci according to The New York Times we'll tell senators that re opening the economy too soon could lead to needless suffering and death more in today's hearing from CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff the Senate help committee is holding this morning's hearing but there will be very few people in the committee room not only is the chairman senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee holding that hearing remotely from his home some of the star witnesses like Dr Anthony Fauci FDA commissioner Steven Hahn and CDC director Robert Redfield will all testify before the committee as they self isolate their doing so after it was discovered that vice president pence's press secretary tested positive for the virus bill ray Cobb CBS news some new covert nineteen rules for White House staffers or CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy the memo was an emblem of how the threat is now being taken more seriously inside the White House he directs all employees entering the west wing to wear a mask except when they're at their own desks up until last Friday when the vice president's press secretary tested positive top trump aides appeared to issue masks and social distancing displaying their sense that regular testing was enough to feel confident their workplace was a corona virus free zone the meat industry is still being hit hard by the corona virus here's CBS's Matt Piper across the meat packing industry there about at least twelve thousand five hundred covert nineteen cases and fifty one deaths according to the Midwest center for investigative reporting and many of them are at Tyson business insider reports forty six hundred cases and eighteen deaths link back to the meat giant while the company is relaxed its attendance policies it still does not offer full paid sick leave so Tyson employees many of whom are immigrants continue to go to work even when sick back Piper CBS news was nineteen deaths in the U. S. on Monday passed the eighty thousand mark a potential landmark hearing at the Supreme Court today the justices will hear arguments on whether some key financial records of president trump could be turned over to Congress CBS news legal analyst Rebecca Rafi reserve the constitution intended that Congress should be able to engage in some kind of oversight there's always been something that has to be balanced so we don't want you don't have some kind of political animus he kind of entity could get any points what the president is cleaning is a kind of absolute immunity from investigation and carries over another investigations impeachment inquiry and no president has ever cleared including Richard Nixon these kind of absolute immunity in Tuesday trading in Tokyo the Nikkei ended the session down twenty four points this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download.

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A ‘new reality’: California takes cautious first steps in reopening plan

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

A ‘new reality’: California takes cautious first steps in reopening plan

"The world's fifth largest economy the state of California begins a gradual return to normal today as some businesses re opened CBS is Steve Futterman en LA this will be a gradual and very slow easing of restrictions less than ten types of businesses that have been forced to stay close will be allowed to open Hilda so leases in LA county supervisor Morris toy stores music stores clothing stores bookstores sporting good stores are allowed to re open for curbside pick up only car dealerships in golf courses can reopen as well but other businesses like hair salons and dine in restaurants must remain

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Gregory and Travis McMichael arrested in killing of Ahmaud Arbery

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Gregory and Travis McMichael arrested in killing of Ahmaud Arbery

"Gregory met Michael and his son Travis are in custody in Georgia charged in the February killing of Ahmad armory an African American who was chased down while he was out jogging a neighbor watched as the two white men were taken into custody we were there an older gentleman generally enhance us and they were speaking to him and then they walked into one of the trucks probably a minute later a younger gentleman was walking out of the house and hand because they spoke for a few minutes and then they put him in the vehicle make Michael told authorities they suspected armory of committing a break in CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman reports the case has drawn national attention on Wednesday the cell phone video showing a mod or brie being chased and killed one viral on social media before the arrests president trump called the incident a sad thing Joe Biden called it a

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Surf's down in California: Governor will close beaches

KYW 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Surf's down in California: Governor will close beaches

"We've been in some parts of California re open the sand and surf will not be up until now the decision on whether or not to close the beach is rested with local officials but now governor Newsom is making the closures mandatory the move is largely a response to what took place last weekend here in southern California when thousands went to area beaches Newsome clearly was not please we can't see the images like we saw particularly on Saturday in Newport beach and elsewhere the state of California the order takes effect tomorrow all state parks will also be closed Steve Futterman CBS news Los

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Newsom expected to close all California beaches

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Newsom expected to close all California beaches

"California's governor Gavin Newsom is taking new action to enforce social distancing he's closing state beaches the move is largely a response to what took place last weekend here in southern California when thousands went to area beaches Newsome clearly was not please we can't see the images like we saw particularly on Saturday in Newport beach and elsewhere the order takes effect tomorrow all stay the parks will also be closed Steve Futterman CBS news Los

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"steve futterman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:50 min | 3 months ago

"steve futterman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Reporting I'm Steve Futterman in Los Angeles president trump says he will sign a nearly five hundred billion dollar covert nineteen relief aid package it was passed by the house on Thursday after previously getting Senate approval here CBS news correspondent Natalie brand with more money now headed to the paycheck protection program the treasury department issued new guidance intended to crack down on big publicly traded companies single loans not intended for them large businesses have centered funds back to us and in some cases I stop finally the not gun out or we renegotiated it and then I getting on the treasury department now warns large companies that took loans but don't meet the guidelines need to pay them back by may seventh unemployment figures came out on Thursday four million additional Americans filed for claims during the past week a condom is Joan there off that brings the total for the past five weeks to twenty six point five million wiping out the employment gains recorded since the end of the Great Recession and the high numbers are not over well some companies are starting to open those are few and far between Louisiana governor John bel Edwards says his state has now reached a sad milestone it's my understanding that the confirmed death count now from this corona virus pandemic a exceeds the death count that was attributable to hurricane Katrina just first world historical context there a music store is trying to help cope with nineteen efforts in Michigan your CBS as a lease Preston music superstar Eminem supported health care workers in Detroit by sending them a special meal the Henry Ford health system posted a photo of the donated containers with the label mom's spaghetti a reference to his hit song lose yourself it has been a tough twenty four hours in many states in.

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"steve futterman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"steve futterman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Reporting I'm Steve Futterman in Los Angeles the number of coronavirus deaths in the U. S. now tops nineteen thousand seven hundred that is now more than any other country despite that CBS's Dr David Akers says other signs in this country are looking good we hope and pray that the data reflect the trend they're going to continue but they're showing is fewer hospitalizations fewer ICU intensive care unit admissions and fewer people going on a ventilator on a daily basis and so they were going up now they've flattened the gas had not yet flattened but there's a delay of about a week between hospital admissions and decrease in death it was announced today that public schools in New York City will stay close for the remainder of the school year New York City mayor bill de Blasio says that when he initially close the schools on March fifteenth there was a very strong likelihood we wouldn't be able to bring him back for this school year kids are missing out on so much of what they could have as they were in school building but we've also been more more sure every day that keeping this strategy of social distancing and shelter in place keeping that going and deepening that is the best way forward to protect all of us topping the list of the mayor's priorities for the rest of the school year getting an iPod or another device to every student who needs one but Michigan CBS news president trump is trying to determine when US businesses should re open I call it the opening our country task force or opening our country councils president trump said he's assembling a panel of experts including doctors business leaders and governors to help guide his decision on when to restart the economy I'm gonna have to make a decision and I only hope to god that it's the right decision but I would say without question it's the biggest decision I've ever had to make the.

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"steve futterman" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

02:03 min | 4 months ago

"steve futterman" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"I'm Steve Futterman in Los Angeles it took a few days to work out a compromise but Republican and democratic senators have come up with a massive coronavirus stimulus plan help is on the way big help Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says Democrats worked with Republicans in what he called a duty to come up with a compromise bill like all compromises this bill is far from perfect but we believe the legislation has improved sufficiently to warrant its quick consideration and passage Majority Leader Mitch McConnell praised his colleagues over the relief bill troubling Americans are going to go to their mailboxes and find four figure checks to help with their bills because the sun it felt up lawmakers on both sides acknowledge that further legislation is going to be needed as the virus crisis continues bill ray Cobb CBS news Washington here's C. B. S. senior business analyst Joe Slazenger the question financial impact from corona virus prompted the government to provide two trillion dollars in the third phase of its response yeah think of this more as a lifeline not an economic stimulus plan Wall Street likes the deal the Dow is up nearly five hundred points a member of Britain's royal family has coronavirus here's CBS's Vicki Barker in London the palace says prince Charles is suffering a mild case of covert nineteen he's self isolating at the royal retreat of Balmoral castle with his wife Camilla who's tested negative Charles last saw his mother the queen on March twelfth she's not believed to be in any danger prince William's wife Kate and their three children are at their country home about ninety minutes away from London the number of cases and deaths are also rising in France the head of the public hospital service in Paris as thousands of extra health workers are needed to care for patients with COPD nineteen he says the medical teams are exhausted from long hours of no days off and from worries about their own health and safety eleven hundred people across France have died from the new virus the president of the hospital's federation warns the real total is likely higher.

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"steve futterman" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:43 min | 7 months ago

"steve futterman" Discussed on KCBS All News

"CBS Steve Futterman is there it is our traditional new year's day here in Pasadena the one hundred thirty first rose parade under way right now we have the fly over by the B. two stealth bomber now we have some of the of course string units the marching bands in the flour covered floats about to make their way along the five and a half mile route they've been doing this for more than a century the theme of this year's parade the power of Steve Bartman CBS news Pasadena California a slew of new laws take effect today one of them let's online shoppers keep their information private tech expert Chris Babel one of the requirements of the California lies on the home page of your site that you actually display a button that says do not tell my data a federal judge in California has blocked a portion of the state's new labor law from taking effect it makes it harder for companies to classify seventy thousand truckers as independent contractors instead of employees and title to minimum wage and benefits like workers comp blind language from a federal judge John of voter ID law in the south federal judge Loretta Biggs cited the state's quote sordid history of racial discrimination and voter suppression in issuing a ruling blocking north Carolina's newest version of a controversial voter ID law her decision means voters in the state won't have to provide a photo ID and twenty twenty elections the judge says a lawsuit filed by the state and double ACP and others needs to be resolved a similar twenty thirteen voter ID law was struck down by a federal appeals court in twenty six to eight Jim chrysalis CBS news Greensboro North Carolina one of the songs was synonymous with the nineteen seventies kids TV show schoolhouse rock there yes.

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"steve futterman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"steve futterman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"CBS Steve Futterman is there it is our traditional new year's day here in Pasadena the one hundred thirty first rose parade under way right now we have the fly over by the B. two stealth bomber now we have some of the equestrian units the marching bands in the flour covered floats about to make their way along the five and a half mile route they've been doing this for more than a century the theme of this year's parade the power of Steve Futterman CBS news Pasadena California a slew of new laws take effect today one of them let's online shoppers keep their information private tech expert Chris Babel one of the requirements of the California lies on the home page of your site that you actually display a button that says do not tell my data a federal judge in California has blocked a portion of the state's new labor law from taking effect it makes it harder for companies to classify seventy thousand truckers as independent contractors instead of employees entitled to minimum wage and benefits like workers comp blind language from a federal judge on a voter ID law in the south federal judge Loretta Biggs cited the state's quote sordid history of racial discrimination and voter suppression in issuing a ruling blocking north Carolina's newest version of a controversial voter ID law her decision means voters in the state won't have to provide a photo ID and twenty twenty elections the judge says a lawsuit filed by the state and double ACP and others needs to be resolved a similar twenty thirteen voter ID law was struck down by a federal appeals court in twenty six to eight Jim chrysalis CBS news Greensboro North Carolina one of the songs was synonymous with the nineteen seventies kids TV show schoolhouse rock.

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"steve futterman" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"steve futterman" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"CBS Steve Futterman is there it is a traditional new year's day here in Pasadena the one hundred thirty first rose parade under way right now we have the fly over by the B. two stealth bomber now we have some of the of course screen units the marching bands in the flour covered floats about to make their way along the five and a half mile route they've been doing this for more than a century the theme of this year's parade the power of the vitamin C. B. S. news Pasadena California a slew of new laws take effect today one of them let's online shoppers keep their information private tech expert Chris Babel one of the requirements of the California lies on the home page of your site that you actually display a button that says do not tell my data a federal judge in California has blocked a portion of the state's new labor law from taking effect it makes it harder for companies to classify seventy thousand truckers as independent contractors instead of employees and title to minimum wage and benefits like workers comp blind language from a federal judge on a voter ID law in the south federal judge Loretta Biggs cited the state's quote sordid history of racial discrimination in voter suppression it is showing a ruling blocking north Carolina's newest version of a controversial voter ID law her decision means voters in the state won't have to provide a photo ID and twenty twenty elections the judge says a lawsuit filed by the state and double ACP and others needs to be resolved a similar twenty thirteen voter ID law was struck down by a federal appeals court in twenty sixteen Jim chrysalis CBS news Greensboro North Carolina one of the songs was synonymous with the nineteen seventies kids TV show schoolhouse rock.

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"steve futterman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:34 min | 9 months ago

"steve futterman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Around the country are gathering in Worcester this morning they're there for the funeral of lieutenant J. seminar killed last week in the line of duty hands on the wheel and off the cell phone lawmakers on Beacon Hill have reached a compromise on a distracted driving fail a standoff continues at a university in Hong Kong hundreds of students with homemade weapons holding police with pepper spray and rubber bullets and pay an off day on Capitol Hill in the house impeachment inquiry eight witnesses expected to testify in public later on this and gunfire at a backyard football viewing party in California four people are dead several others wounded the latest now from CBS news CBS news update another mass shooting in California this time in Fresno police say four people were killed six wounded correspondent Steve Futterman is there from what we've been told by police a gathering was taking place here in Fresno around three dozen people were at this house many of them watching the Sunday night football game when suddenly gunshots rang out deputy police chief Michael read thank god that no kids or her because several kids in females they're in attendance at this party so right now all ten of the victims deceased or not we're all Asian males string that twenty five thirty five range he says the suspects not into the backyard and laughed after the shootings no arrests have been made yet comes on the heels of last week's mass shooting at a school in Santa Clarita we're two students were killed the sixteen year old gunman died two days later CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez locally more than two dozen people are forced out of their homes after fire destroys a two family structure in revere the upper floors on that home and Florence street fully engulfed when firefighters arrived on scene early yesterday morning no injuries reported no word on a cause of that blaze and unorthodox and dangerous plan to catch a criminal could mean some prison time for a county official in California northern California prosecutor used his thirteen year old daughter to lure a man back to the spot where she said he had molested her so the man's incriminating actions could be recorded on video that according to the newspaper mercury news citing police reports and sources familiar with the case a man's arrested by the Santa Clara county prosecutors under scrutiny for possibly endangering his child and interfering in a police investigation the prosecutors identities not just close to protect the daughter the state attorney general's office has taken over the case Chuck secrets and ABC news eight eighteen.

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"steve futterman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"steve futterman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Cigarettes CBS is Steve Futterman reports it's becoming a national problem up to five states now have reported vaping related deaths one of those here in California people are coming down with some soreness of brass some cough which rapidly progresses to severe lung disease doctor man to Davis's health officer for Los Angeles county barber for rare is director of the LA department of health to date there have been twelve reports of they've been associated pulmonary injuries and health officials across the nation expect the numbers to grow Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles in Fayetteville North Carolina tonight. supporters of president trump chanted build that wall as he led a campaign rally for Republican congressional candidate Dan bishop earlier today a federal judge in California reinstated the nation wide hold on the administration's plan to prevent most migrants from seeking asylum at the southern border CBS news legal analyst Thane Rosenbaum a federal appeals court ruled that the injunction against asylum applications can only apply to states with in the ninth circuit itself such as California and Arizona but not in Texas and New Mexico now the injunction will apply across the entire country over congress' long summer break a growing number of democratic lawmakers decided they want to look into impeaching president trump CBS's **** cordis has more democratic support for an impeachment inquiry swelled while Congress was going thirty two more house Democrats came out in favor and an inquiry is the precursor to a formal impeachment proceedings something some of those Democrats would like to pursue before the twenty twenty election a new study finds an alarming rise in high blood pressure among pregnant women in the U. S. CBS's doctor Terran a ruler today's study finds a huge spike in high blood pressure.

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"steve futterman" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"steve futterman" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Steve Futterman. Are they or aren't they are the North Koreans getting ready to conduct another test of a rocket? The speculation comes just a week after President Trump's meeting with Kim Jong UN ended with no agreement. Here's the BBC's. Laura bicker latest activity is at a site known as son Dong just outside come young. It's where North Korea make most of its intercontinental ballistic missiles and most of its rockets for satellite, launches, and they activity is large trucks, which they've seen going into night doesn't sound like much, but it isn't. And that many believe is consistent with that of preparing for either emits. I'll only rocket launch singer or Kelly is other jail in Chicago that happened moments ago after he posted bail, the embattled singer faces criminal charges he's accused of sexually abusing four women. Three. Three of them underage. He has been in jail since Wednesday for failing to pay child support. Here's CBS's Jurica Dunkin. Kelly continues to deny all abuse allegations Kelly's publicist says that his client remains in good spirits while behind bars and his looking forward to a speedy trial. If convicted on all charges are Kelly could face up to seventy years in prison a scare at Newark airport today. An air transit flight on its way to Montreal had to make an emergency landing at Newark. Here's CBS's Kris van cleave hoard authority of New York. And New Jersey says there were no major injuries to couple of very minor things that happened when you evacuating airplane an injured ankle that kind of thing. More tornadoes today. The national weather service has confirmed one has touched down in Arkansas. There were reports of another touchy down in Louisiana. Here's meteorologist Jeff beer Delhi. This severe weather season is off to a real running start. Here's the reason to jet. Streams merging into one right in the nation's middle. This of course, comes less than a week after deadly tornados touched down in Alabama. Killing more than twenty people. President Trump paid a visit to Alabama yesterday to meet with some of those victims get ready for daylight savings time. It begins just past midnight. It's going to take about a week for your body to adjust to the time chain says Emory University, sleep specialists and Rogers the most important thing to do get to bed early. A lot of people end up in front of the TV and then going to bed, you know, maybe a conscious effort not to do that or to come in a little early on Saturday night. If you've been out partying or whatever she says caffeine may help. But only if you don't usually drink it and a lunchtime nap on Monday can't hurt Sabrina cupid for CBS news, Atlanta. And remember the rules for daylight saving time spring forward. Fall back.

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"steve futterman" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"steve futterman" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Franklin. I'm Steve Futterman live at the Grammy awards in Los Angeles. Now with more CBS news. Here's Tom Foty. Went onto Richmond Virginia where the top three officials of the Commonwealth remained targets of pressure to quit for various reasons. The governor and the attorney general for use of black face in the nineteen eighty s the Lieutenant governor accused of sexual assault by two women who say they're willing to testify the governor Ralph northern was interviewed for CBS this morning. He said he's not quitting. As for his would be replacement Northam refused to call for the resignation of Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax, who's accused of sexual assault by two women. Fairfax says he's innocent. And once the. The FBI to investigate. If these accusations are determined to be true. I don't think he's going to have any other option, but to resign governor Northampton refusal to step down was greeted skeptically by other Virginia, lawmakers correspondent, Nicole Killian another government shutdown deadlines coming up fast temporary funding for those agencies that were closed last month. Runs out this Friday. In addition to the border wall money that divides, Democrats and Republicans big time there are other immigration issues in play in the ongoing budget negotiations. Alabama Republican Senator Richard Shelby stalled right now. I'm hoping we can get off the dime because time sticking away. So his bottom line. Odds of avoiding shutdown version to say fifty fifty we get a deal. I hope and pray. We do Senator Shelby on Fox News Sunday. After all the crashes and injuries skier Lindsey Vonn bounce back. One more time to win the bronze medal in the world championship downhill in her final race, say got into the rhythm of things. I. It was able to execute and and hang on for one last podium, which she a she achieved. She's the all time leader in women's World Cup wins. This is CBS news. Capital One quicksilver card earn unlimited one point.

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"steve futterman" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"steve futterman" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"CBS's. Steve Futterman has more on the investigation law enforcement officials held a joint briefing here in New York. And they defiantly said they will. Catch those responsible. But the FBI's William Sweeney who heads the bureau's New York office also warned that there may be packages still in the system that have yet to be delivered also targeted by the mail bomber former vice president Joe Biden who called for a return to civility words. And. In our children are listening. CBS news update. I'm Pam Coulter. A nationwide search is on for the person or persons behind those pipe bombs sent a prominent Democrats and critics of President Trump at how does law enforcement come up with a profile. One thing is for sure it's not as easy as it looks. And she s I and certainly doesn't get solved in sixty minutes. Trying to come up with the profile of a real life would be bomber is much more a painstaking process. There's a number of posssibility, and it's largely informed by the forensic evidence that has been collected by the joint task forces, John, pistols, a former deputy director of the FBI are there, for example, fingerprints leading fingerprints DNA through hairs or fibers that might be either inside the packages or on the outside on stamps one. Good thing since all of the packages delivered thus far are intact. Investigators say they are bound to offer up. Many clues Charles Feldman KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. More on this tonight at eight o'clock on KNX see in-depth six thirty three now have locally major emergency fire in downtown LA. Go Desmond Shawe, he is in sky one. Yeah. This is.

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"steve futterman" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"steve futterman" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"A hearing steve futterman cbs news mcallen texas congress has been struggling to pass an immigration reform bill on fox texas republican michael mccall minimum i'm the father of five i think this is inhumane and i think the pictures that we've have seen the face of america i think the most people in this country want maine independent senator angus king told meet the press the gop can't make up its mind on a bill to keep sort of raising the ante and saying you've got a limit of legal immigration you've got to change this you got to change that and that's one of the problems is we never know where the goal line in big crowds turned out for today's gay pride parade in new york city wcbs reporter steve burns was there now comes in many different forms saw about acceptance and it's all love so we we're here to represent love and people here say that's more important now than ever make sure that we show the love and almost couldn't even draws ration for everyone else that it's maybe debating if they have that confidence themselves to really show what they really want to show this year's theme is defiantly different and the proceedings were led by grand marshal billie jean king attendee say it's a place for people to be their true selves now accepting sharing diverse culture a wind driven fire is threatening hundreds of homes near clear lake oaks in northern california kcbs jeffrey shaw smoke coming up on a couple of different ridge tops very dark that would mean that it's just starting to learn those deep vegetation areas it's about ninety seven degrees where i am there are breezes there is a brief that's coming out of the north the fire is north of the wine country where a wildfire last year destroyed thousands of.

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"steve futterman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"steve futterman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"But cbs's steve futterman says it may have more to do with attendance mr trump was apparently bothered that the entire team was not going to be their only some of the eagles perhaps fewer than ten had planned to come to the white house mr trump in a statement says the fans who were going to be at the ceremony deserve better back in philly fans are weighing in wrong i really do you play sports that's what i want to see them do i don't wanna see anybody sit around and give their political opinions legalize sports betting comes to delaware just three weeks after the supreme court overturned a federal ban lied to cbs's vicki barker slot machines and poker already on offer in delaware casinos and the state was partially exempted from the nineteen ninetytwo federal ban on sports gambling that's left it well positioned to be first off the blocks and launching full sports betting today it means folks in delaware will be able to make legal wagers on the nba championship series and the stanley cup finals and new jersey mississippi and west virginia may also rushed through legislature and time to have their residents placing bets by football season debra hundreds of rescue workers are still trying to reach remote areas near guatemala's volcano of fire the death toll from sunday's eruptions is up to sixty nine cbs's manuel bojorquez is in el rodeo the mound of ash pumice high as the street signs and there our homes that are just take over in some areas the ground is still so hot that it can melt the soles of your shoes primaries in eight states today most of the attention focused on california's gubernatorial and congressional races cbs news director of elections anthony salvato it sends the top two vote getters regardless of party onto the general election now there are some democrats worried because they've got a lot of candidates running and they worried that if those candidates split the vote that it'll be republicans only who advance to november s and p futures are up four.

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