On this "Face the Nation" broadcast moderated by Margaret Brennan: President Donald Trump (read more) (read more) CBS News special correspondent and Host of "NFL Today" James Brown (watch) Jason Gay, Dana Jacobson, and Jarrett Bell (watch) Click here to browse more full transcripts of "Face the Nation." MARGARET BRENNAN: It's Super Bowl Sunday, February 3rd. I'm Margaret Brennan. And this is FACE THE NATION from Atlanta, Georgia, site of Super Bowl LIII. As the country turns its attention to an annual American tradition, we'll kickoff Super Bowl Sunday with an interview with President Trump. In a wide-ranging discussion, we talked about ongoing negotiations with Congress over funding his wall and last month's shutdown. You had quite the showdown with Speaker Pelosi. What did you learn about negotiating with her? PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: Well, I think that she was very rigid. MARGARET BRENNAN: The President split with his own intelligence team over the dangerous pose by withdrawing … [Read more...] about Full transcript of “Face the Nation” on February 3, 2019
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Latitude 48° 14 North. Longitude 174° 26 West. Almost midnight on the North Pacific, about 230 miles south of Alaska's Aleutian Islands. A heavy fog blankets the sea. There's nothing but the wind spinning eddies through the mist. Out of the darkness, a rumble grows. The water begins to vibrate. Suddenly, the prow of a massive ship splits the fog. Its steel hull rises seven stories above the water and stretches two football fields back into the night. A 15,683-horsepower engine roars through the holds, pushing 55,328 tons of steel. Crisp white capital letters — COUGAR ACE — spell the ship's name above the ocean froth. A deep-sea car transport, its 14 decks are packed with 4,703 new Mazdas bound for North America. Estimated cargo value: $103 million. On the bridge and belowdecks, the captain and crew begin the intricate process of releasing water from the ship's ballast tanks in preparation for entry into US territorial waters. They took on the water in Japan to … [Read more...] about High Tech Cowboys of the Deep Seas: The Race to Save the
You were a New York artist, Iowa-bred, with a narrow and idiosyncratic range of subjects. You painted bulldogs and cheerleaders, truck stops and mammoth-hunting cavemen. For two decades you inhabited a drowning world, which you nostalgized even as it vanished beneath a tidal swell of money. Its borders were 14th to Canal Street and Broadway to the East River; its capital was the Mars Bar. You were the first to help a friend and last to leave the party, and beloved by your fellow strivers. You were smart, funny, unfailingly courteous: the punk-rock pirate king of the art scene. You loved your life. “But this is wonderful!” you would bellow when a work of art or meal delighted you. You had the best gigs: artist-in-residence at the Museum of Sex; interviewer at Whitehot Magazine; art handler for Manhattan’s galleries, bicycling up and down the island’s streets with a determined expression. But in your late forties you began to feel out of sorts: burdened, … [Read more...] about The Promise—and Heartbreak—of Cancer Genomics
Produced by Alvin Patrick and Sarah Prior In the early morning hours of Oct. 17, 2010, Danroy "DJ" Henry, a Pace University football player, was shot dead by Pleasantville, N.Y., police officer Aaron Hess. That event triggered a seven-year journey for DJ's family as they searched for answers. "We're not anti-police," Danroy Henry, Sr., DJ's father, tells CBS News special correspondent James Brown. "We're just trying to understand what the facts tell us. Was it a justified shooting or was it not justified? Because if it wasn't – it was murder." "People believed fervently that they knew what happened," says Brian Sokoloff, who represents Hess. "And whenever you hear of a case like this, you can't believe first impressions." DJ was out celebrating with his teammates at a bar after a homecoming game when other patrons got into a fight. Police say that DJ was parked in a fire lane in front of the bar and when he was asked to move, he allegedly sped towards Officer Hess, propelling … [Read more...] about Defending DJ: Was the fatal shooting of a Pace University football player justified?
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page November 14, 2018 Welcome to Talking Points AM for Wednesday, Nov. 14. Here's what's happening in business. AM Headlines Old radio waves get new life: The Federal Communications Commission today begins auctioning off licenses for extremely high frequency radio spectrum for wireless service once considered useless. (WSJ) US said to delay car tariffs: Sources say the Trump administration wasn’t ready to act on tariffs. (Bloomberg) Makers of top-selling drugs hike prices in lockstep: Extraordinary tactics used to preserve drug exclusivity in the US undermine patient care and increase costs. (STAT) SoftBank’s $3b investment values WeWork at $45b: The financing would rank the company as the second-most valuable US startup behind Uber. (MarketWatch) New auction record for Hopper … [Read more...] about Go ahead and scoff, but Amazon HQ2 was not all about money