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Jul 28, 2016 11:00pm EDT
that will bait him to respond in a way that proves her point. george, that line, a man you can bait with a tweet is not a man you can trust with nuclear weapons. and then invoking jackie kennedy with the line of war being started by little men. >> saw that hug from bill clinton. and you're right. that little men quote is something she's definitely trying to get his attention with. i think we heard some -- there it is. first fireworks of the cokie roberts, so explicitly plain, straight to women voters in this speech. >> yes, and a lot of other voters, as well, clearly, but the women, you saw in the hall, hugging each other, crying, and this was something that they were ready to hear and ready to celebrate. and look at this celebration now. >> david muir, the balloons are coming down. >> the balloons are coming down, the fireworks are shooting off, people are taken those signs from on their seats and flipped them over, red, white and blue. filling this convention hall. i got to say, george, you and i were talking about the trust issue, the trust deficit that hillary clinton faces, and
CBS
Feb 18, 2012 6:00pm EST
reminders in the uva murder trial. the prosecutors break down while lawyers for george huguely fire back. tonight an expert tells only wjz how he leaves yeardley love really died. >>> good evening, i'm andrea fujii. here is what people are talking about tonight. the final words. tonight prosecution and defense lawyers in the george huguely murder trial addressed the jury for the last time. the maryland man is a accused in his girlfriend's death at uva. there were tears and a tough final definition witness, an expert who insists that yeardley love was not beaten to death. adam may has the latest on the case head to the jury. adam. >> reporter: andrea, so much new information on this case, a very busy day in charlottesville. let's me start by telling that defense attorneys are giving their closing arguments. these are some of the most dramatic closing arguments i have ever witnessed of the prosecutor in this case actually broke down in tears and starting crying, trying to explain what it was like for yeardley love in the final moments of herb life and george huguely is sitting a9 defe
ABC
Dec 2, 2015 5:00pm EST
being cleared. >> reporter: apparently so, george. what we have been seeing over the past probably half an hour or so for the first time in the hour and a half that we've been here is officers, ambulance, fire trucks, starting to pull away from the scene. clearly they don't think that and what the chief said is that they do believe those gunmen are on the loose now. that's one reason that we've got reports that across this city, city officials are on lockdown. the courthouses. any government officials are still on lockdown. we know that the courts are being surrounded by a swarm of officers with guns at the ready. this city is very much on tenter hooks right now with those alleged possibly three assailants out somewhere. now they're starting to let people come back in here. but whatever happened in there, even though they still may be clearing that building, i think the bottom line from the sheriff's office and police officers here on the ground that situation is over. of course what else is going on we don't know. >> former fbi agent brad garrett with us this afternoon. the chief said
CBS
Oct 6, 2017 2:22am EDT
byron welcomes adams, mark maris. george wallace. and charles green. and now, a man who puts the mocha in mocha chocolate latte, byron allen. >> yeah.g;%l dancing >> what's up? >> all right. >> all right. we have some very funny people here this evening. say hello to mark marin. george 1 and tom green. oh. >> we're unleashed. >> you're unleashed. >> the comics are unleashed right now. >> unleashed. >> like we're wild animals. >> what's this, i hear you're afraid to leave your house. >> an gore phobic a little bit. bad year. i've been injured. when you get injured you don't leave the house. i broke a couple of ribs a few months ago, i was nearly killed. >> is that right? >> nearly killed by a wave of water. and then i broke my ankle and i haven't left the house in months. now i'm here. when you stay inside for a long period of time, you feel fear when you leave the house. right now looking at you, i'm afraid. it's not because of anything that you're doing or anything, i just look at you and think it's 1978, i'm 7 years old watching "real people," you know? and you're exactly the s
CBS
Apr 21, 2012 6:00pm EDT
>>> close to freedom. george zimmerman could be set free in minutes. tonight, what's next for the alleged killer. >> good evening. i'm kai jackson. here's what people are talking about. still behind bars. george zimmerman is still in jail, while his attorneys frantically work to secure his $150,000 bail. randall pinkston has the latest on his release, from sanford, florida. >>> george zimmerman remains in jail as his attorney works out details for his release. but a major concern is finding a location for zimmerman to live. >> we have a lot of security. >> the judge set bail at $150,000. zimmerman must also report to authorities every three days, wear a gps ankle bracelet to keep track of his movements and obey a dusk to dawn curfew. martin's parents rushed from the courthouse friday, after the judge granted bail. the martin family attorney says they are not happy with the decision. >> they would rather the killer of their child not be allowed to leave jail. but they understand the rule of law. and they're just trying to deal with with it the best they can. >> but many in this com
ABC
Mar 8, 2016 6:00pm EST
the head leaving a 1.5" deep gash, cut her face and came here to george's liquor store. julio tells me that the suspect got in an argument outside and george came into the shop and dillon followed. when the 55-year-old turned his back? >> it wasn't a big knife. >> reporter: that's where it hit george? >> yeah. >> reporter: stabbed george in the neck, collapsed, didn't have a chance to fight back. >> he picked up a container, i guess flammable liquid and that's why you can see that. >> reporter: he threw it at you? >> he threw it inside. i think he wanted to burn the place down. >> reporter: julio's pants were on fire and he showed me burns on his leg and neck and a worker in the shop called 911. police cornered dillon in the backyard, not far away. when the suspect refused to drop a knife, he threw some chemical at two officers, probably the same liquid he tossed at julio. what happened you say to the man who did this to you and george? >> rot in hell. >> reporter: rot in hell? >> yeah. >> reporter: now, police did end up shooting dillon, and tonight, he is in the hospital. julio te
ABC
Aug 5, 2016 1:05am EDT
. >> and he opened his mouth and in the face. what george zimmerman said at a restaurant what george zimmerman said at a fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we wired the wagner's house with 100 meg internet. 12 seconds. that's the power of fiber optics. and right now you can get 100 meg internet with equal upload and dowloads speeds, tv and phone for just $69.99 per month online. cable can't offer internet speeds this fast at a price this good. >>> new at 11:00, hot wiring cars have come a long way. now laptops are used to hack into vehicles and rip off area including his beloved wrangler. >> walked out and my pride and joy was stolen. >> reporter: cops had no idea what was going on until a theft was caught on surveillance video. >> in the video you see a guy walk up to the car carrying a laptop computer. and using the laptop and within six minutes backs the jeep out of the driveway. >> reporter: a pair of crooks stole 30 jeeps and mexico. how did they do it. >> cars still have an engine but they are rolling computers. >> reporter: it's hardly a surprise these days. keyles
ABC
Dec 1, 2015 6:00pm EST
all day long. sounds like the umbrella is optional. we have light drizzle right now. the george washington bridge, a little steadier in fort lee at this time. we have occasional rain and drizzle as we go through the evening hours. we are at 48 degrees. a little on the raw side. northeasterly wind feels chilly at 10 miles per hour. rainfall a quarter inch or less so far. no ponding on area roadways. look at toms river. nearly .9. they will push an inch or more steady rain over eastern long island and connecticut. a little last burst over parts of bergen and that's why the camera looked worse than what we are experiencing on the west side. there it is a gap during the evening commute before the batch over the virginia's gets here at 3:00, 4:00 in the morning. off and on rain and drizzle. if you head out, you need the raincoat. shouldn't be heavy. early commuters a period of heavy very rain. that is the idea through the morning hours, north and west. the evening commute looks worse than today. a steady area of rainfall. that is the caboose in the train of rainfalls. intermittent th
CBS
Jul 19, 2016 2:07am EDT
down, former governor and chair of the committee ed rendell. george w bush. thanks for you guys being here. all of you are watching milania with her first big speech. she's a political novice. we'll start with you. do you believe she did the job of softening trump? how do you think people received her. >> i think she did a great job. a lot of people haven't seen anything out of her. she didn't put her on the campaign. there was something like 69% of voters had an i don't know opinion of her. she did great job. introducing a gentler more compassionate trump. >> she did well. she delivered it well. she look terrific and she's a wonderful person. so i believe she did pretty good. >> let's talk about some of the people who aren't going to be at the convention. there's big name republican whose are choosing to not be there. president bush. george h w and george w. governor mccane, do you think it matters that some of those republican heavy weights aren't there. >> i don't think so. because it fits the trump narrative. man against the establishment. that's the democrat establishment a
CBS
Jan 4, 2017 2:07am EST
days now until inauguration day and today we learned george w. bush will attend the swearing in ceremony january 20th. his father, george h bush will not be attending. mr. bush will join bill clinton and carter at the inauguration. hillary clinton will also be attending. >>> the president-elect nominated robert white heiser. he served under ronald reagan. president-elect continues to. >> trump singled out gm, he told the company to make its cars in the u.s. or pay big border tax. ford appears to be listening. the company made a decision to invest in michigan and not mexico. it was president-elect's >>> some have gone as far as calling him phony capitolism. our experts say that doesn't appear to be the case but he does question whether the antics on twitter will improve the economy. after scrapping plans ford founded it would invest 700 million into michigan creating 700 new job >> any time we can keep jobs >> ford says it made the decision in part because of the policies outlined by donald trump who shaped the company for shipping jobs overseas. he said terrorists if they don't
CBS
Jul 28, 2012 6:00pm EDT
prince george's county. let's go straight to meteorologist bernadette woods. she is live with updated look at live doppler radar. >> we're going to show you live doppler radar. and anne arundel, prince george's, and calvert county. that is until 6:30. as for this thunderstorm here, it is not moving fast. not only is the threat for damaging winds gusting. but also a lot of rain out of any of these storms. now, we also had a flash flood warning in effect for harford county. this is where we had the severe thunderstorm just about an hour ago. and that storm has died down. but it left a lot of rain in southern parts of the county. that rain is until 8:00. i want to show you when we switch it over, that we have severe thunderstorm watch in effect for a good portion of the state. until 10:00 tonight. so still the threat for severe storms. >> tonight, we have details about the maryland man police say called himself the joker. he was found if an arsenal of weapons after threatening to shoot up his workplace. wjz stays on the story live tonight. monique griego learns the man may not fa
CBS
Mar 22, 2017 2:07am EDT
not the answer but we should be focused on instead. >>> george clooney surprises one of his biggest fans >>> tomorrow we have a lot of sunshine much like today but it will feel completely different of the chill returns i'll tell you that what temperatures will feel like the teens and also when we rebound back to about 70 degrees. plus the ups and downs. i'll take you through them coming up. i'll take you through them coming up. ♪ we buy any car ♪ any make, any model, any age, any price ♪ ♪ from 50 bucks to 100 grand ♪ we buy any car ♪ any, any, any, any at webuyanycar.com, the gimmicks stop with our ads. trading in our selling your car is hassle-free in just three easy steps. one, get your free online valuation. two, drive to your local car buying centre. and three, walk out with your check in as little as 30 minutes. so don't wait. get your free online valuation now. ♪ find out how much your car's worth ♪ ♪ at webuyanycar.com >>> if you receive a speeding ticket in the mail, listen up before you pay >> local authorities are warning drivers about a ticket scam some
ABC
Aug 18, 2016 6:00pm EDT
colin who comes from ranking military family. her brother, george casey junior what's a former chief of staff. her father was killed helicopter crash in vietnam. colin junior's attorney says he met with him this morning and that he was quiet and calm. >> at this stage, there's a lot of work to be done. i have to determine if he has a psychiatric background. i have to determine if he is have to look at a videotape. >> reporter: sources tell us that colin junior was diagnosed several years ago with paranoia schizophrenia and is being held on $8 million bail. >> thank you, kristin. >>> a demand for hate crime the community want oscar to be charged with hate crimes. new york cops don't know what the motive was. >> reporter: that's right, bill. without a motive, the d.a. can't make a hate crimes case. no, you don't need a motive to make a murder case. complicating all of this, the hate anybody of any religion. he didn't do this. >> reporter: through his attorney, oscar continues to insist that he didn't do it. that he is not the man in the surveillance video running up from behind and mur
CBS
Dec 28, 2016 2:07am EST
first time. >> george lucas said the role was more difficult than most people thought. >>> the search is on tonight for a 71-year-old mays landing woman and her great granddaughter. they disappeared christmas eve while traveling to north carolina to spend christmas with family. the two were last seen asking for directions at an exxon station. she said she was stuck in traffic and that was the last anyone has heard from her. >> i'm going to go with she got lost in the mountains, reception got bad, her car broke down and she's waiting fob somebody to see her. >> her family said she's a retired new jersey transit driver who's used to long hours behind the wheel. they also said she was in good health and never failed to call people back. >>> today marks day 4 in the search for whoever murdered south philadelphia grocery store owner marie buck. the 81-year-old was shot 11 times at point blank range on christmas eve. tonight the captain of philadelphia's homicide unit and a team of investigators canvassed the area where that shooting happened. >>> also tonight authorities are searching for the
CBS
May 13, 2016 2:07am EDT
guests appearances. >>> online auction of the gun george zimmerman used to kill trayvon martin appears to be back on. today the pistol was removed from the gun broker.com website minutes after the auction was set to begin. zimmerman has moved the auction to another website united gun group empty com because of all the publicity. the starting bid is five thus san dollars. zimmerman says some of the proceeds will be used to fight violence against law enforcement officers. zimmerman was acquitted in martin's 1212 shooting death. >>> trayvon martin case sparked protests and national debate about race relation. >> our natasha brown shows us how the teenager's final moments are taking center stage in controversial new play right here in physical. >> reporter: an audience captivated by dance and headlines that rallied the country. a play inspired by the death of 17-year-old trayvon martin at the hands of george zimmerman four years ago. >> (gunfire). >> the ballad of trayvon martin. the balance -- freedom theater in north philadelphia presents the balance laughed trayvon martin direct
ABC
Mar 8, 2016 5:00pm EST
the man who did this to you and george? >> rot in hell. >> reporter: rot in hell? >> yes. >> reporter: he truly believe believes that the accelerant was thrown into the liquor store to burn it down. julio was treated and released and said he was heartbroken because georgeed -- george helped anyone who needed it, and his funeral now is on friday. kemberly richardson, abc 7 news. >>> and the breaking news desk we are going to live from news copter 7. the story is a brush fire burning since about 3:20 this afternoon and here it is for 5:01, so for an hour and 40 minutes. this is in hanover, new jersey. firefighters from east rose land, liberty, all lending a helping hand to try and keep control of the situation. there is no power outages to tell you about. there you can see the power lines. as the picture widens out, there are homes also that firefighters are keeping a close eye on to keep the flames away and an industrial park with a pharmaceutical company and traffic impacted. troy and between algonquin and bill and sade, we'll keep an eye on it, and there is an update, we'll bring it
CBS
Jun 3, 2012 6:30pm EDT
. >>> now to a man who says he shot and killed a teenager is back behind bars. george zimmerman turned himself in this afternoon. >> reporter: george zimmerman arrived at the jail hours before his deadline was about to expire. zimmerman is accused of killing trayvon martin had been freed on $150,000 jail. but friday, the judge revoked his bond after prosecutors accused zimmerman and his wife of misleading the court about their finances. the prosecution said zimmerman's wife lied about more than $100,000 they raised online. attorney o' mara knows that it'll be tough to set bond again. >> it's a credibility issue, it's a question about attack or tarnish and now he's going to have to rehabilitate it. >> reporter: zimmerman's attorney does not know if he's going to have to issue a bond. >> now we have a chance to look at allof the evidence. he understands the court's concerns. he understands the state's concerns and we're going to address those. >> unless omara can convince a judge to free his client again, zimmerman will be held in his own cell away from other inmates. in sanford florida,
ABC
Nov 18, 2015 6:00pm EST
paris coming up at 6:30. >>> well, we showed you a car fire on the george washington news. the accident is cleared and the traffic is starting to move a little bit. >> reporter: whenever you have the bring closed for a long time you have someone that breaks down or runs out of gas. that is exactly what we have here on the outbound upper deck of the george washington bridge. this guy stalled out while waiting for the car fire to clear up. it was promising at first. they got the car fire out that was really great news but they put it on one tow truck but could not get it away so they put it on another tow truck. now literally only minutes ago did the george washington bridge reopen. look at the car fire here from earlier video. this car was completely erupted into flames. even the passenger part of the vehicle was in flames just before the fire department got there. there was a big explosion there. as you see these live pictures here. we have huge delays. now that the lanes have clear whiched up there is a lane -- cleared up, there is one lane with the disabled vehicle now remove
CBS
Aug 17, 2017 2:07am EDT
military presidents >> george w bush and george w bush issued a joint statement without mentioning president trump by name saying america must always reject racial bigotry, antisemitism and hatred, among the ceos who resigned was denise morrison of camden based campbell soup. she had been serving on the manufacturing jobs council. in statement morrison said, racism and murder are unequivocally reply he hencible and not morally equivalent to anything else that happened in charlottesville. i believe the president should have been and still needs to be unambiguous on that point. >>> a large crowd gathered in charlottesville to honor the life of 32-year-old heather heyer. a sea of candles waved in her home town as participants held the vigil. earlier hundreds of people packed the theater to memorize her. mourners were asked to wear purple. her favorite color, killed while protesting against a white supremacist rally when a car slammed into a crowd of demonstrators. today, her parents spoke about taking action. of and rejecting hate. >>> i'd rather have my child, by golly if i got to gi
ABC
Jan 16, 2016 1:05am EST
, they say as long as it takes. a.j. ross. >>> a commuter alert you may want to avoid the george washington bridge this weekend. that's because construction will close the road. one of two lanes in the north brown roadway will be closed. the lanes will close just after midnight tonight until 8:00 a.m. monday morning. >>> the life and legacy of david bowie honored tonight in a musical tribute that we expect the quirky and artistic bowie would have appreciated. bowie turned 69 a few days ago. he died a few days later of cancer. >>> the crews after two marine helicopters collide. authorities now asking for help from the public. >>> and the holidays are over, so why are so many christmas trees still lining the streets? lease a 2016 lincoln mkx for 399 a month tulos en espaol con el >>> a desperate search in hawaii for two marine helicopters that crashed and the two marines on board that are now missing. residents are urged to report any kind of debris they find. the chopper went off the main the rescue is being hampered by poor visibility. >>> it's technology the parents of an autist
ABC
Sep 4, 2015 2:05am EDT
only two pounds? we couldn't tell if you were joking, so we made a 100 pound bag. thanks, george! what's the most awarded car company of the year? ranking from top to bottom. luxury cars just seem like they would be top awarded. yeah. there better be some awards behind what you are paying for right? the final answer. chevrolet is the most awarded car company of the year. really? i was just surprised. i'm interested to learn more about chevy. let's check out these 2015 chevy's. it's like a luxury car. i was shocked. i mean, this is chevy? (light pop music) don't go away. we'll be right back with more cars.tv. [ kids playing ] [ dennis ] let's give it up for streetball. let's give it up for nine lives. [ car screeches to a halt ] let's give it up for 25 in a 25, complete stops, and miss jenkins, at 83 years young. let's give it up for checks in our mailboxes and safer streets in our community... the allstate safe driving bonus check. get one every six months you're accident free. thank you! sure! let's give it up for good. you're getting 3 here. alright? here goes. yep. [ crunching
CBS
Feb 20, 2011 6:30pm EST
this green. jim: it's stadium golf before somebody invented stadium golf. nick: exactly. george thomas knew what he was doing. mark wilson made the cut here. of course, had two wins already. jhonattan vegas picks up more points. in fact, goes over d.a. points. into second position. this is with an aaron victory. he would be fourth ahead of bubba. this one, he's got the angle on it. this would be -- talking about fred's pitch, this would be moving to the right rather rapidly at the end. nick: looks a bit low. a little pitching wedge. and make sure you don't put any extra spin on it. just trap it nicely. there you go. >> the problem with this grass, it's so beautiful, if you hit it properly, it just grows gnashers. nick: up to club up at times. just take one more, even pitching around the greens. especially the pitch and runs. jim: looks like kevin na might be away, but baddeley is going to be playing next. nick: i think three or four feet short is really what he wants. or in is preferable. but four feet short would be perfect. jim: that's what he was thinking. there you go, nick.
CBS
Apr 19, 2017 2:07am EDT
, david spunt cbs3 "eyewitness news." >>> president george hw bush is hospital with the recurrence of pneumonia. he has been at hospital since friday. he had a mild case of pneumonia. a spokesman said he's being kept in the hospital until he regains strength. he spent 16 days in the hospital in january for treatment of pneumonia. >>> the second round of road closures for the upcoming nfl draft will go into effect. we're nine days away from the event on the ben franklin parkway. it will be shutdown to 20th street, affects both inbound and outbound traffic. you can find all of the closures on cbsphilly.com. >>> we have important information for commuters who use the walt whitman bridge. tonight and tomorrow between 10:00 p.m. and 4:00 a.m., the bridge will close for 20's minute intervals, it will allow construction crews to install a shield. the shield will protected vehicles from overhead work during the bridge's ongoing $56 million repainting project. >>> the family of slain were delaware direction officer and five others who survived a prison uprising in february filed a federal laws
CBS
May 12, 2012 6:00pm EDT
look at cash. the victim george johnson said okay, the pretend cops left with miss his monday yes. >> i'm just hoping praying it don't happen to me. >> reporter: it's a crime baltimore knows. last summer a group of men beat up and shot homeowners during fake raids and in november others were targeting the hispanic community by pretending to be authorities. >> just really scary, it's frightening people do that. >> makes you wonder what you can trust. >> reporter: with no suspects in latest case police warn it could happen again. >> if you are confront by police if they aren't in uniform and if you have question as to if they are police officers, call the police. >> reporter: and george johnson said he wishes he did that. we will share his story new at 11. >> looking forward to that one. live for us. thank you. if you have any information on these fake cops you are asked to call police. >>> another investigation underway after a woman was shot while stopped at a red light. it happened just before 3:00 in the 3200 block of east northern parkway. police say a vehicle pulled up next to
ABC
Jan 28, 2016 6:00pm EST
common ramp to the george washington bridge and the cross bronx expressway. we want to show you what it has done to traffic because this west side is a bumper-to-bumper nightmare that takes you all the back to the 50s, that disabled was there for over an hour. reporting live over the george washington bridge, shannon sohn, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> that's going to take a while to clear. shannon, thank you. >>> we are learning new details in a robbery in brooklyn where a cop opened fire less than an hour ago police released new photos of the weapons that they recovered. police say two of the three suspects used a semiautomatic handgun to rob a wireless phone store in bensonhurst. when the suspects made their getaway, an employee followed them and then alerted police. the suspects hit two cars when their green jeep crashed into a parked car, that's when police say one of the suspects got out and waved a gun. that's when an officer opened fire. one suspect was hit in the chest, all of the remaining suspects were arrested. >>> as we continue with eyewitness news at 6:00 on this very bus
ABC
Sep 22, 2015 2:05am EDT
for her new movie, our brand is crisis. she stuns george clooney a few days earlier. she is all smiles in this little. [ dress because the film is already getting tons of oscar buzz. selma highback looking red hot in red. the actress turning all kinds of heads at the premier of her new movie "septembers of shiraz." she is laugh ago long side adrian brodie. black mask star looking daper in gray. he got cozy with his wife before taking the stage with co-stars kevin bacon and dakota johnson. dakota ever so chic in this flowing ground gown. dep was spotted days earlier but this time amber is stealing the show. oozing glam in this embellished gown. ellen page and evan rachael wood walked the carpet at the premier they looked coordinated. buff cleaning up in this suit at the man down premier and andrew barriemore looking her usual boho chic self. that's your snaps from the toronto film festival. >> george clooney and sandra bullock's new film premiered at the toronto film festival. the drama revolves around an american campaign strategist looking for a south american politician. we ha
ABC
Aug 5, 2016 6:00pm EDT
inbound and 45 minute outbound delays already at the george washington bridge and traffic on the george washington bridge was backed up more than an hour during the morning rush a third day in a row. it's all due to late running construction on the cross bronx expressway. the work is being done overnight. 1 lane is supposed to be open by 5 a.m., the second by 6 a.m., but today all the construction wasn't cleared enough time overnight to get the work done. >>> police in westchester county are investigating the death of a 15-month-old girl found unresponsive inside a home. officers responded to a 911 call this morning at a home in mount vernon. the lifeless girl was discovered in a bedroom and rushed to the hospital where she was later pronounced dead. officials tell eyewitness news that an arrest is imminent. >> any time there's an infant death, absolutely. if it's a homicide. it's not the norm for a child to die. >> police say there was some kind of trauma to the child's face. >>> some tense moments this afternoon in newark when a s.w.a.t. team moved into a warehouse after reports of a
CBS
Nov 30, 2016 2:07am EST
elaine chow is mr. trump choice as transportation secretary. she served under george w. bush and married to image mcconnell. the president-elect not announced some of the more significant cabinet posts. formal rival mitt romney is still in the run, he joined the president-elect for a dinner along with incoming white house chief of staff, priebus. it's their second meeting. >> i had a meeting with president-elect trump. we have another discussion about affairs throughout the world. these have been enlightening and interesting, and engaging. >> another contender to serve as the nation's top diplomat. bob corker of tennessee. he met with trump earlier. >> trump makes good on a campaign promise. air conditionings carrier are going to keep 1,000 jobs in america, jobs were supposed to ship to mexico >> isis is claiming responsibility. the school held a memorial for the 11 people injured. several news arkansases report the islamic state is calling abdul razak ali artan a soldier. the somali student. an engineering professor was hit by the car >> i am fortunate he hit this concrete plant
ABC
Mar 26, 2016 6:00pm EDT
check out a nice view up towards the george washington bridge. sun and still shining but clouds have made in prouds as that wind is switching into a you get that marine influence from the atlantic ocean. temperature right now, 47. the wind southeast at 6 gusting up to 18 miles per hour. the high today managed to get up to 55. actually a couple of degrees above normal. 76 was the record back in 1922. here are the headlines, cloudy and cooler tomorrow. we have a chance for peeks of sunshine tomorrow afternoon. rain returns sunday night and will linger into monday. nice weather into the middle part of the week before rain tries to make a come back thursday into friday. you have 45 airport, even cooler toward the east end of the island. you might not get much above that during the entire day tomorrow. then you head farther away from that atlantic ocean influence and you're a pair of 5's at pa kidnap see. -- [inaudible] is the reason we're getting that wind. warm, by the way over in western pennsylvania during the day don't get into afternoon, at which time, this rain has already moved on
CBS
May 25, 2016 2:07am EDT
. >> reporter: don greenbaum was born in 1925. he's now none and served in the army under general george patton he bought at the battle of the bulge and was awarded the purple heart but his proudest moment was liberating a place where he says the conditions were atrocious. >> the sky was black. had no idea what it was. we didn't know it until we entered the camp. it was a death camp. on the way in we past 20 box cars full of dead naked body. >> the men don't remember meeting inside. it's possible. after the war they went on to do different things. bernie heard of don's story and the two were in contact immediately. they found each other where else, in the city of brotherly love. now they're best friends. >> go out for lunch together, sometimes dinner together. >> two times a week. >> we talk every time. >> we speak together. >> reporter: both men agree speaking about what happened is important much these men represent the greatest generation and if you give don greenbaum or ernie gross a few minutes of your time, they might change your perspective on life. >> so if you would have come in
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Apr 16, 2016 6:00pm EDT
celebrities. george clooney and his wife hosting here in san francisco and los angeles, where a seat at the top table reportedly the high stakes fundraising not lost on protesters. >> i am highly offended by this ostentatious display of wealth. it represents everything millions of americans are complaining about, our elections being bought. >> it is not enough to say what is wrong. you have to tell people what you are going to do to make it right. we don't need another diagnosis of the problem, we need solutions. >> reporter: now what the new york state primary on tuesday, both democratic candidates will focus on new york city tomorrow. clinton is planning to travel to all five boroughs, sanders is scheduled for brooklyn and queens. >>> thank you. >>> we turn now to the republicans, at least one gop candidate is also focused on john kasich spent the morning in great neck, visiting a synagogue. following the service he used the jewish sabbath to talk about the importance of israel. >> i'm not neutral when it comes to israel. i consider them to be one of the greatest allies, the only d
CBS
Oct 7, 2017 2:07am EDT
wins 56-0. lincoln at george washington could be the best run of the day unless you're george washington, sam carr running through right over the other team breaking multiple tackles and he'll go the distance for the touchdown. lincoln wins 48-22. strawberry mansion at roxboro. and darnell sweeney says, i'm going to do this by myself, scrambles in for the score, mansion will win 32-10. >>> marple newtown at garnet valley and the jaguars coming on the field of the brandywine youth club. and a wild play right here. anthony by dash garon. he may score but kept juggling the football. not to worry. few place later, dash makes up for it. garnet valley wins 34-31. >>> sun valley and vanguard jewels kelly makes a nice run for the touchdown, sun valley will win 49-21. council rock south a bensalem with a strong run at the goal line gets in for the score. bensalem wins 35-14. jay roberts boyertown decides he wants to break long touchdown, great run showing a lot of speed, boilers town wins 24-21. phoenixville pottstown conner. small for the touchdown, phoenix wins 41-6. >>> next up we h
CBS
Dec 31, 2016 2:07am EST
music icons either, first with the passing of david bowie, prince, and most recently george michael. >> carrie fisher bet known as princess leia from star wars pass in the december 1 day before her mother academy actress, debbie reynolds. >> it is sad, but the reality is, part of life is death. >> and moving forward. >> a lot of people don't like change, but change is good. >> fresh start. >> there go. >> yes, there is something to it, the fresh start, new year, always moving forward. >> police say an initial autopsy of singer george michael is inconclusive and more tests are needed to determine a cause of death. michael's death on christmas day is being treated as unexplained, but not suspicious. that's an indication police found no evidence of foul play. the 53 year old manager says the singer died of apparent heart failure. >>> debbie reynolds' son says his mother and sister, actress carrie fisher, will have joint funeral and be burried together. the actresses who died one day apart will be laid to rest at hollywood hills, final resting place of numerous celebrities. no date has
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Sep 8, 2014 4:00pm EDT
prince george was born . royal insiders believe kate is still in her first few months. palace aids say she's suffering severe morning sickness like she did with prince george. she canceled an engagement at oxford monday so she could rest and receive medical care. >> it is tricky few days, or week or so. so, it is great news. early days. we're just waiting for things to settle down and kate will feel better. >> reporter: doctors will look after kate at kensington palace will and kate's lon on home. >> when we were inside they shared with us the announcement. >> reporter: stephanie janet fridays massachusetts and was with tourist at kensington palace. >> you hear a aura, or a yah or no. >> i sue it on twitter and i freaked out and i was so happy. >> reporter: prince george is now 13 months old, and, third in line to the british thrown. his little brother or sister will be fourth in line, moving ahead have of uncle harry. >> alfonso van marsh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >>> william and kate are about to move in the country side home and royal insiders say they will fill witten more child
CBS
Jun 22, 2017 2:07am EDT
. >>> george glean's billion dollars deal has nothing to do with movies. >>> names released. the judge in the bill cosby the list of the jurors with the media. why this could complicate a retrial >>> fast and fierce on this first day of summer, storm tear as path of damage. >>> we begin with a developing story, the search for a teenager disappeared while swimming. i'm ukee washington. jessica has the night off. >>> police in hamilton to township mercer county are calling the search and rescue a recovery operation and the search will resume in the morning. two teenagers went missing swimming in a marshy area this afternoon. one of them was able to get out of the water and police tell us the missing boy is 17 years old. >>> tonight the clean-up is underway from a severe storm that rolled through the region. there is plenty of damage as a result. "eyewitness news" reporter alexandria hoff is in northeast philadelphia with the details. >> reporter: ukee, we're here at roosevelt boulevard where we did notice all of trees blew over in the same direction. not great news for the homes that are si
CBS
Mar 31, 2017 2:07am EDT
drexel university professor sparked outrage on social media after posting a tweet, george sickrela mar is professor the global politics and posted this sunday morning. some guy gave up first class seat for uniformed soldier people are thanking him i'm not to vomit or yell about mozul. that came on heels of investigation in u.s. military air strike that reportedly killed 200 civilians. this is not the first time he has made headlines for social media posts. around christmas time he tweeted "all i want for christmas is white genocide." >> he has his own beliefs and has a right to say them. it's america. first amendment. so he can say whatever he wants to say. >> he's reputation of drexel he represents that image and you represent yourself in a negative way. >> the professor is not backing down and says in a statement in part "i sent a personal tweet in reaction to what i considered a something you and self congratulatory gesture by first class passenger towards uniformed soldier, maybe predictably my tweet was said into and misrepresented by the outrage machine that is right wing media"
ABC
Jan 8, 2016 5:00pm EST
off right here on the alexander to the george washington bridge. you have construction geting to the upper deck. this was causing enough trouble deck you have this disabled tractor trailer to get around. if you're trying to get inbound at the george washington bridge, this is the third problem you've got on the alex. this is a three car crash, minor in nature but you have the fire department there only the one lane and shoulder getting through. we want to show you what this is doing to traffic because it's a nightmare all the way across the george washington bridge. shannon sound, channel 8 eyewitness news. >> a mess, okay, thanks shannon. >>> we're also following another developing story, this one in brooklyn seven children rushed to the hospital after their school bus overturned in park slope. it happened at fourth avenue and first street. most of the injurys are minor. police are on the scene investigating the cause of the crash. >>> neighbors are especially concerned about the ruse that the man used to get inside. tim fleischer has the story. hearing some of this about the se
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Aug 4, 2016 11:00pm EDT
tonight. george zimmerman, the man acquitted in the shooting death of trayvon martin says he was punched in the face at a restra threatened to kill him. he accused him of bragging about shooting trayvon martin. >>> a crackdown on organized crime in five states has federal prosecutors charge dozens of suspected. authorities made arrests in new jersey, connecticut, massachusetts, and florida. extortion, loan sharking, credit card fraud and healthcare fraud. and police arrested the grandson of the late mob boss john gotti. police found oxycodone pills in the same house where his grandfather once lived. law enforcement had never been able to execute a search for the house until now. >>> investigators are looking at the link between a -- the apartment belonging to ken walker and his family went up in flames yesterday. two days after he got an anonymous letter demanding that says he will not be bullied. >> he's touched by the outpouring of community support. and people coming to his home to donate food, money, and clothing. >> reporter: more subway countdown clocks. the new lcd displays are in
CBS
Feb 28, 2010 6:30pm EST
are set to resume tomorrow. in prince george's county, wjz stays on that story tonight. derek valcourt has more. >> reporter: now the man says he was not racing but he was in the car. and the judge says that makes his just as responsible. >> those people were hit like bowling pins. >> reporter: proctor's son gregory survived the accident after weeks in the hospital. he even testified as a witness about what he remembered happened on the night that eight other people he was standing with was killed by bullocks car which police say was going 100 miles per hour. >> i'm having nightmares. >> reporter: he's upset that taylor still has not apologized for his role in the accident. >> i know i would have if i was in that situation, but other people are different. >> everybody makes mistakes in their lives, just tell the truth and move on with it. i don't think we would have been here today if the truth had been told from the beginning. >> reporter: tavon's attorney says his client just seemed to happen on the scene. >> he was target because of his immaturity and lack of experience in
ABC
Nov 13, 2015 5:00pm EST
. john carl in the briefing room. >>> george, the president coming into the room right now. >>> good evening, everyone. i just want to make a few brief statements about the attacks across paris tonight. once again, we've seen an outrageous attempt to terrorize innocent civilians. this is an attack not just on paris, not an attack just on the people but on the humanity and the universal values that we share. we stand prepared and ready to provide whatever assistance that the france need to respond. france is our oldest ally. the french people have stood shoulder to shoulder with the united states time and again. we want to be very clear that we stand together with them in the fight against terrorism and extremism. paris itself represents the time less values of human progress. those who think that they can terrorize the people of france or the values that they stand for are wrong. the american people draw strength from the french people's commitment to life, liberty, we're reminded in this time of tragedy that the bonds of liberte are not only values of the people we care so deeply ab
ABC
Dec 31, 2015 11:00pm EST
. >> patrolling different boroughs. >> they will pay close attention to sensitive sights like the george washington bridge like staten island. they have a greater perspective. place, anything that doesn't belong. >> they also will fly the better part of the night, they are patrolling over times square allows them a tactical advantage in the event of trouble. one unit you will not see are the officers with emergency services, they keep an eye above the crowd and don't disclose their location, yet their work is highly critical. using been occulars they are able-- binoculars they are able to see portions of the crowd and can pinpoint individuals who may be suspicious and call in heavily armed members of the critical response command. throughout times square as the excitement builds, officers are able to move freely among them gaining unseen intelligence. the new addition this year is the bear cat, an antiterrorist tool with protection against a shooter. numerous heavily armed hercules uniterize moving constantly about-- units are moving constantly throughout the city. safe. >> later in had
CBS
Mar 22, 2016 2:07am EDT
. three ball for paul george he goes by pg13. the pacers up double digits. george with a modest 15 points on the night. later on monte ellis spinning around for the buck. five pacers starters in double figures. sixers lose yet again, none-75 your final score. >>> another loss for the sixers may mean that this year they may actually get the number one overall pick in the draft. today lsu guard ben simmons made it official. he'll hire an agent and declare for the draft. he averaged 19 points and 11 boards for the tigers who did even make the inform caa tournament. simmons won't be preparing for the sweet 16 this week like villanova. the wildcats will play third seeded miami the hurricanes are trying to reach the elite eight for the first time. nova has great respect for the canes. >> they got lot of red shirt seniors that are tough, smart, and jim is a very good coach. when he gets guys in his program for four years like that, they're real effective. >>> now, thursday at 7:00 p.m. cbs3 is the place to be. catch villanova and miami in the sweet 16 our lesley van arsdall making the trip to al
CBS
May 23, 2010 6:30pm EDT
george hughley had been arrested back in november of 2008 when he allegedly threatened to kill two university police officers. >>> as that oil approaches wetlands, anger is mounting. top government officials are meeting with louisiana residents. there may be signs that that oil spill is finally slowing. >> reporter: concerns along the gulf coast rise with every clump of crude oil washes ashore. the beaches on grand isle remain closed. and residents here posted some not so subtle messages to bp. >> it's awful, we come out here every weekend. me and my kids love to crab on the beach, it's frustrating. >> reporter: frustration compounded with more news from p bp. clean up crews here on elmer's eye island have been doing clean up. but until bp finally plugs the well, there's nothing to keep the oil from invading this wild preserve. engineers plan to shoot mud then cement into the hole that lies a mile below surface. the technique has been tried only on land. adding to the mounting frustration toward bp and the obama administration. >> in terms of not trusting bp, there's nobody, nobody
CBS
Apr 11, 2017 2:07am EDT
. problem for sixers. hits a pull back jumper. 27 late in the game george works george in the arm. they had to be separated time for second time. quarter and henderson and george are both tossed and to be sixers 120 to 111. >> i think in general thinking about or fast forwarding to next year this year provide aid lot of positive signs that you really feel we have a chance to and we will build on. >> always positive brett brown. >> positivety matters. >> yes, it does. >> especially after the hot temper stuff. >> trauma. >> thanks. >> nasa is allowing people vanessa: i got hurt and was given painkillers. by the time the drugs ran out, i was addicted. it happened so fast. i ended up on the streets, where the drugs are cheaper and easier to get. i was a full blown heroin addict, selling my soul to get high. when i realized i needed help i didn't know where to go. but i got help and you can too. you're not alone. help is within reach. call 844 reach nj or visit reachnj.gov. the road to recovery starts now. well nasa is gearing up for earth day by offering up sections of planet to visit
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Dec 27, 2016 2:07am EST
home of late singer george michael. what we're learn about his sudden death. >> but first. >> i think i have to do this for my son. >> and a family vacation turns into the fight of one lehigh valley woman's life. the length she wentz to after strappeded by the grand canyon. good evening everybody i'm jessica dean, ukee washington is off tonight. that family's rental car could not make it through a harsh storm in the willederness. continuing this remarkable story of survival, david. >> jessica it is. this woman walked almost 0 miles i spoke to her husband tonight by phone. he said it's been a difficult days after a life changing experience literally and the family is together tonight in a utah hospital. still they cannot ignore what might have happened. >> it was about surviving but it was not about surviving for me. >> as she reflects from the warmth of her hospital bed easton resident karen kline says two people were on her mind while she hiked 26 miles through a snowy arizona forest to get help. she ate twigs and drank her own urine to survive. >> i have to help and safe them. >> kl
ABC
Feb 24, 2016 11:00pm EST
:00. a lot happening right now because of the weather tonight. >> right now part of the george washington bridge is closed because a tractor-trailer flipped over during the high winds. crews are on the scene of a collapsed, trying to determine if weather played a role here. the building next door evacuated as a precaution. >> we have several reports on the weather tonight which is changing by the moment. we begin with lee goldberg. >> just heard a big rumble of thunder, flash of lightning in the distance. we'll be able to get this weather cast then run inside. hudson valley and northeastern new jersey, a watch will go until 2:00 in the morning. the weather service has kept the tornado watch for parts of new jersey till 1:00 in the morning. wind advisory as well. lower hudson valley, connecticut and coastline until 4 a.m. the wind gusts have been over 50 miles per hour in spots. the damage reports have been piling up. the most recent one in ridgewood, new jersey with roads closed because of trees and wires down but all across new york city and western long island we've seen big
ABC
Apr 20, 2016 5:00pm EDT
queen and prince phillip, williams, and george posed for this is the first time prince george will appear on a stamp. the queen's birthday is tomorrow. >>> michael strahan is talking about his decision to leave live with kelly and michael to work full-time for good morning america. strahan got big applause on the show this morning one day after the news of his departure broke. he says even after he makes the jump, and that won't happen till september, he says you may still see him sitting next to kelly on occasion. >> can't ask for better fans at all. you guys have been absolutely amazing. and on top of that, i've worked with an incredible staff here and i'm always here, i'm always available to guest cohost if i get a call because i consider myself to be apart of this family forever. >> aww. he is part of the family forever. a fill-in for kelly today because she had the day off. >> just goes to show what a great place it is to work in this company. >> very true. >>> your money is about to get a makeover. move over andrew jackson. harriet tubman will soon be gracing the $20 bill. al
ABC
Aug 7, 2015 2:05am EDT
in the main event. that included new york governor george pa tack key. most are saying carly fiorina won that. tonight jeb is bush and donald trump getting the most buzz. >>> meanwhile breaking news about charles schumer. during the gop debate saying he will vote against president obama's nuclear agreement with iran. schumer, hours after fellow new yorker kirsten gillibrand said she supported the deal. the vote is, by the way, set for next month. >>> refused a cab ride they say all because they are black. now a new york city taxi driver fined $25,000 for failing to pick them up and giving two white passengers a ride. a judgment the family hopes will send a message to all taxi drivers who disscrim nation. carolina leid in midtown. carolina. >> reporter: sade, this woman, cynthia jordan, said this was not about the money, that $25,000 that was awarded to her family. she says, no this is about sending a very clear message to cab drivers that you can't pick people based on their race. >> unless you are in my shoes, you don't know how i felt, and it didn't feel great. >> reporter:
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