Web Presence Consulting (#WPC) - Popular TagsShow Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Messages - RSS Bot

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 551
1
Does Trump have a new prescription to bring down drug prices?

President Trump has admonished pharmaceutical companies since the 2016 campaign, and has insisted since then his administration will bring down prescription prices. Sarah Jane Tribble of Kaiser Health News joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss Mr. Trump's blueprint to lower prescription drug prices and how his plans to challenge the pharmaceutical industry have changed since the campaign.
Source: Does Trump have a new prescription to bring down drug prices?

2
WPC Politics Forum / CBSvideo...5/22/18: Red and Blue
« on: Today at 23:00:50 »
5/22/18: Red and Blue

Local issues affecting those in Kentucky; What to watch on Wednesday
Source: 5/22/18: Red and Blue

3
Newlyweds Prince Harry, Meghan make first public appearance since wedding

The newly-minted Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended their first royal engagement since their wedding. Prince Harry and the former Meghan Markle tied the knot at St. George's Chapel over the weekend. Tina Kraus reports from London.
Source: Newlyweds Prince Harry, Meghan make first public appearance since wedding

4
Trump: "I don't know who the hell wrote that line" about 2018 midterms

President Trump spoke at the Susan B. Anthony List's 11th Annual Campaign for Life Gala to tout the importance of the midterm elections. But at one point Tuesday night, he went off-script, saying "I don't know who the hell wrote that line" about your vote counting as much in 2018 as it did in 2016.
Source: Trump: "I don't know who the hell wrote that line" about 2018 midterms

5
U.S.-North Korea summit in question as Trump backs away from June 12th date

President Trump on Tuesday warned a highly-anticipated summit with North Korea may not happen next month as previously reported. Sabrina Siddiqui, CBSN political contributor and political reporter for The Guardian, joins CBSN to discuss.
Source: U.S.-North Korea summit in question as Trump backs away from June 12th date

6
U.S. economy has improved but millions still living on the edge

Many Americans can't afford to pay their bills, see a doctor or cope with a minor financial emergency according to a new Federal Reserve report
Source: U.S. economy has improved but millions still living on the edge

7
4 arrests made in connection to death of Baltimore County police officer

A 16-year-old was arrested after the slaying of a Baltimore County, Maryland, police officer, and three other suspects who were at large are now in custody, according to authorities Tuesday. A Maryland prosecutor said suspect Dawnta Anthony Harris is being charged as an adult for officer Amy Caprio's murder.
Source: 4 arrests made in connection to death of Baltimore County police officer

8
5/22/18: CBSN Evening News

Trump's North Korean summit in jeopardy; Service dogs getting their day
Source: 5/22/18: CBSN Evening News

9
Heroic military dogs receive K-9 Medal of Courage

Heroes come in all shapes, sizes -- and species. Summer, a 7-year-old yellow lab, and retired Air Force Sgt. Micah Jones are a TSA explosives detection team working for the Amtrak police. Today on Capitol Hill, Summer received the K-9 Medal of Courage. Chip Reid reports.
Source: Heroic military dogs receive K-9 Medal of Courage

10
New details emerge about driver in New Jersey bus crash

There are troubling new details tonight about the driver in a deadly school bus crash in New Jersey last week. Two people were killed and more than 40 others were injured. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Source: New details emerge about driver in New Jersey bus crash

11
R. Kelly faces new accusations of sexual misconduct, sexual battery

R&B singer R. Kelly is facing new accusations of misconduct tonight. A young woman is suing him for failing to disclose a sexually transmitted disease that she claims Kelly gave her. The woman also accuses him of sexual battery. Jericka Duncan has the story.
Source: R. Kelly faces new accusations of sexual misconduct, sexual battery

12
Michael Cohen's business partner, known as "Taxi King," pleads guilty in deal

A business partner of longtime Trump lawyer Michael Cohen has pleaded guilty to criminal tax fraud. The New York Attorney General's office said he held onto the $5 million in taxes he owed the state from his taxicabs. The New York Times reported the business partner, Russian immigrant Evgeny Freidman, who is known as the "Taxi King," struck a plea deal to avoid jail time, and will aid prosecutors in state or federal investigations.
Source: Michael Cohen's business partner, known as "Taxi King," pleads guilty in deal

13
Father of Texas school shooting suspect sheds light on son's state of mind

The father of the Texas school shooting suspect is shedding new light on his son’s state of mind prior to the attack. Eight students and two teachers were killed at Santa Fe High School last Friday. On Tuesday, thoughts turned to preventing the next attack. Omar Villafranca reports.
Source: Father of Texas school shooting suspect sheds light on son's state of mind

14
New danger emerges as Hawaii's Kilauea continues to erupt

There have been two new eruptions at the summit of the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island. There’s no end to the flow of the red-hot lava, and now there’s a new danger. Mark Strassmann reports.
Source: New danger emerges as Hawaii's Kilauea continues to erupt

15
Trump slams FBI for use of informant during investigation

President Trump had more sharp words Tuesday about the FBI's use of an informant within his campaign as it investigated Russian meddling. The secretary of homeland security made some surprising remarks about the investigation. CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid reports.
Source: Trump slams FBI for use of informant during investigation

16
Twin Spacecraft Launch to Track Earth’s Water Movement

A joint U.S./German space mission to track the continuous movement of water and other changes in Earth’s mass on and beneath the planet’s surface successfully launched at 12:47 p.m. PDT Tuesday from the California coast.
Source: Twin Spacecraft Launch to Track Earth’s Water Movement

17
Mark Zuckerberg grilled over data scandal

EU lawmakers question Mark Zuckerberg about Facebook's role in Cambridge Analytica scandal
Source: Mark Zuckerberg grilled over data scandal

18
ACLU accuses Amazon of enabling government surveillance

Civil liberties group claims e-commerce giant's facial-recognition service poses a threat to Americans' privacy
Source: ACLU accuses Amazon of enabling government surveillance

19
Iconic salamander on brink of extinction, because of humans' appetite

"Unless coordinated conservation measures are put in place as a matter of urgency, the future of the world's largest amphibian is in serious jeopardy"
Source: Iconic salamander on brink of extinction, because of humans' appetite

20
SpaceX Falcon 9 launches seven satellites

SpaceX is launching seven commercial and government satellites in West Coast flight
Source: SpaceX Falcon 9 launches seven satellites

21
Facebook's Zuckerberg to face EU questions over data scandal

European officials insisted on hearing the social-media CEO in person following the Cambridge Analytica incident
Source: Facebook's Zuckerberg to face EU questions over data scandal

22
F-35 Makes Combat Debut in Israeli Mission

The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter has made its combat debut in the Middle East.

Web Presence Consulting (#WPC) - Popular Tags Web Presence Consulting (#WPC) - Popular Tags Web Presence Consulting (#WPC) - Popular Tags Web Presence Consulting (#WPC) - Popular Tags Web Presence Consulting (#WPC) - Popular Tags Web Presence Consulting (#WPC) - Popular Tags Web Presence Consulting (#WPC) - Popular Tags
Web Presence Consulting (#WPC) - Popular Tags
Source: F-35 Makes Combat Debut in Israeli Mission

23
The second season of "48 Hours: NCIS" returns tonight

The second season of "48 Hours: NCIS" takes a look at real-life cases and what agents do to protect military members and their families. Rocky Carroll of the scripted CBS show "NCIS" narrates the special "48 Hours" series and joins CBSN to talk about the case featured in the season premiere.
Source: The second season of "48 Hours: NCIS" returns tonight

24
Amateur baker creates life-sized royal couple replica made out of cake

An amateur baker from the U.K. created a lifelike replica of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle -- and it's edible.
Source: Amateur baker creates life-sized royal couple replica made out of cake

25
Starbucks changes its bathroom policy, starts "racial bias" training

Starbucks has announced changes to its bathroom policy and plans "racial bias" training for staff after two black men were arrested while sitting in a Starbucks last month. Dr. Tanisha Ford, associate professor of Africana Studies and History at the University of Delaware, joins CBSN to talk about what the training next week will look like and how companies can combat racial bias.
Source: Starbucks changes its bathroom policy, starts "racial bias" training

26
R. Kelly sued over allegations of sexual battery and spreading STD

R&B star R. Kelly is being sued over allegations of sexual battery and knowingly spreading an STD. CBS News correspondent Jericka Duncan joins CBSN to detail her interview with the 20-year-old woman who is suing the artist.
Source: R. Kelly sued over allegations of sexual battery and spreading STD

27
Lawsuit claims USC concealed abuse by campus gynecologist

Former students are suing the University of Southern California and former campus gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall, alleging years of sexual misconduct and abuse. KCBS-TV's Randy Paige reports.
Source: Lawsuit claims USC concealed abuse by campus gynecologist

28
Boy injured in school bus crash gets surprise gift from NHL idol

An 11-year-old boy who was injured in last week's deadly New Jersey school bus crash was overcome with emotion when he received a surprise gift from his favorite NHL player.
Source: Boy injured in school bus crash gets surprise gift from NHL idol

29
FBI, Justice officials defuse White House conflict on investigation

Justice Department and FBI officials have agreed to meet with congressional leaders and allow them to review classified information from the Fussia investigation. CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid joined CBSN with more on what lawmakers are hoping to discover.
Source: FBI, Justice officials defuse White House conflict on investigation

30
CBS' 1968 "Hunger in America" documentary still has impact today

Fifty years after the CBS News documentary "Hunger in America" shocked the nation, millions in the U.S. still suffer. Bob Greenstein and Stacy Dean from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities joined CBSN to talk about the impact of the report and how hunger impacts our society today.
Source: CBS' 1968 "Hunger in America" documentary still has impact today

31
Parents sue to make 30-year-old son move out

A New York couple wants their adult son to move out of the house — so they're taking him to court. WTVH-TV's Justin Page reports.
Source: Parents sue to make 30-year-old son move out

32
Lawmakers briefed on election security ahead of 2018 midterms

DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen joined FBI Director Christopher Wray and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats in the closed-door meeting on Capitol Hill. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes has more on what the administration is doing to better protect the U.S. election process.
Source: Lawmakers briefed on election security ahead of 2018 midterms

33
Stephen King on "The Outsider" and where he gets his story ideas

Stephen King, the so-called "king of horror," has published more than 50 best-selling titles over the past 44 years. His latest, "The Outsider," explores the idea of being in two places at the same time. King joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what sparked the idea for his new novel and the themes he explores in it.
Source: Stephen King on "The Outsider" and where he gets his story ideas

34
"The Fourth Estate": Inside New York Times' coverage of Trump

The New York Times' coverage of President Trump is the subject of a new documentary series called "The Fourth Estate." Viewers get a behind-the-scenes look at Times' journalists investigating and reporting the biggest headlines of the administration's first year. Washington bureau chief Elisabeth Bumiller and executive editor Dean Baquet join "CBS This Morning" to discuss why they let cameras into the newsroom. The first episode of "The Fourth Estate" airs Sunday, May 27 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Showtime, a division of CBS.
Source: "The Fourth Estate": Inside New York Times' coverage of Trump

35
Southwest hero pilot and crew to join "CBS This Morning" for live interview

The hero pilot and crew of Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 will be in Studio 57 on Wednesday. It will be their first joint live interview about how they helped save more than 100 passengers after an engine explosion.
Source: Southwest hero pilot and crew to join "CBS This Morning" for live interview

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 551