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kilometers per hour. this is not something that is going to be mass produced, but what is it demonstrating is what 3-d printing is capable of, and where it can go in a very short space of time. >> plenty more on our website, any time. >> immigration plans on hold, withl appeals court drops the president's executive action, now comes late word the case will go to the supreme court. >> trying to close guantanamo bay, the senate voting on a bill to block prisoner transfers and protesting for more pay, the fight for 15 expands nationwide.
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>> this is aljazeera america live from new york city. the justice department says it will appeal. the decision coming after to federal appeals court ruled the president said executive action on immigration will remain on hold. that plan would have let millions of undocumented immigrants stay in the u.s., that decision now leaving them in legal limbo. mike viqueira is live in washington. this appears to be another supreme court showdown for the obama administration. >> you're absolutely right and an issue that cannot be more volatile in a presidential year where the issue has played predominantly on the republican side as the debates continue leading to the nomination process. it appears if the supreme court decides to take the case and you are correct when you report that the department of justice announced early this morning that they are in fact going to appeal to the supreme court, but it is up to the supreme court to decide whether or not they're going to hear the case. if they do, a decision likely to
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come down in the late spring for summer, coinciding with the heat of a presidential campaign. a setback for the administration. what this court did and it is known as a very conservative court, a three judge panel voting 2-1 to job hold an earlier decision from a lower court that halted the president's plan to allow the parents of those individuals who are suscitizens to have so called deferred action. there would not be any deportation proceedings against them. there's an expansion in the president's plan of dhaka. these individuals who came here as no choice of here own. it would hold them in limbo.
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a lot of people pro opponents of immigration do see this as good news. >> why is that, good news especially going to an election year? >> they wanted it to be heard by the supreme court. they expected this decision and wanted it to be handed down in time for the supreme court to hear it, make a decision and announce it we the end of president obama's term. in fact, if the supreme court does decide to take the case and hear it this term that started just a few weeks ago, it is likely that is exactly what would happen. they want to move this along. they are confident the supreme court will side with the president, the white house saying that the supreme court and congress have made it clear that the federal government has priorities enact be immigration laws. obviously that is something republicans vehemently disagree with. >> is there enough time now remaining in the president's term to see this through
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fruition should the administration continue through the courts and the supreme court as you say take it up? >> again, that is the hope, that before the elections next november and before president obama leaves office on january 20, 2017, that the supreme court will take this up, will hear it and of course the hope in the white house and among pro opponents of the president's immigration reform plan and these very controversial executive actions is that the court will rule in their favor and let these two measures go forward. >> mike, thank you very much. the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is speaking before the jewish federation of north america, their general assembly taking place. netanyahu is expected to talk about the u.s. alliance with israel and working to stop the violence that has left 79 palestinians and 10 israelis dead. there were more knife attacks today, three of them, a yuck palestinian was killed another
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wounded, applies saying they tried to stab a security guard. another attacker died after trying to stab a border guard. a man was shot and killed at the dom dom gate, the main entrance to jerusalem's old city in yet another attack. the senate has just approved a new defense bill. this one banning the transfer of get know detainees to prisons in the u.s. that his in conflict with the white house who wants to move some of those to u.s. soil. full details of the pentagon's plan could be out by the end of the week. >> the pentagon looked at a number which sights as they're looking for options to send began to know mow detainees who cannot be sent back or to other countries, they looked at before i go in south carolina, the military prison in fort leavenworth cans. they settled on the best option as being coloradod super max prison known at a.d.x. in florence, colorado. it is a very secure prison,
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considered one of the most secure in the country, nicknamed sometimes alcatraz in the rockies. it already has some very high profile prisoners there, include be the 9/11 conspirator, the mastermind behind the 1993 word trade center bombing and a third who is the so-called underwear bomber, all held in this facility. le official talk to me under anonymity, it is expected that the white house will send it up to congress sometime this week, probably as early as thursday. >> congress time and time again blocking the president's efforts to close gitmo and move those remaining detainees on to u.s. soil. amnesty international saying the new plan may not close guantanamo.
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>> closing guantanamo is the right goal. this plan is not the way to get there. it is not going to win support from congress, which has disingenuously asked for the plan with no in tent to support it no matter what it said, but it doesn't close guantanamo. the central problem is this idea that there are certain individuals that are too dangerous to release even if they are not charged or prosecuted. that is a human rights violation central to the guantanamo problem and has to be ended. moving that to colorado or anywhere else just changes the zip code, doesn't actually close it. >> the obama administration needs a plan this bars military trials and detention. three me are facing charges for what is described as one of the largest security breaches in u.s. history. two israelis and an american have been indicted for computer hacking, securities fraud and identity theft.
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prosecutors say the men were involved in a huge data preach affecting j.p. morgan chase, other major companies and major newspapers, as well. >> students at yale have been marching over a culture of what they say is racial insensitivity. we have more. >> hundreds of students marched to protest what they called racial in tolerance on yale's campus. >> getting more support for mix would studies, more faculty of color on campus. getting people of color into the mental health and counseling system. >> tensions began rising this past summer when some students began pushing to change the name. john c. calhoun residential college. he was a yale grad and u.s. senator in the 1800s who was also one of the nation's biggest proponents of slavery. late last month, there were
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confrontations over the university request that students and fact come not wear culturally sensitive halloween costumes. on halloween, a student wrote on facebook that she was turned away from a fro tent party after someone told her the event was for white girls only. the fraternity denies that happened. some yale students say these are symptoms of a much deeper problem. >> what's important is that there is a consensus that that's not a safe space for ant university needs to take that seriously. >> yale's president met with the students about their concerns. >> i committed to them that we will work to make this the best yale it can be. >> yale's dean has also pledged to enforce standards that safeguard members of the campus community. john henry smith, al jazeera. >> student activists at the university of missouri calling for even more change say they want new initiatives to address issues of race and
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discrimination on that campus. bolt of the school's top leaders are stepping down after protests on campus that included protests, hunger strike and football team that threatened to quit. the local chapter of naacp said there have been racial incidents that happened in the past and she hopes new leadership will usher in a new era of equality. >> we've had a number of incidents on campus. we had a few years ago, we had the cotton incident, where cotton was put on the black cotton house as a symbol of savory. slavery.slavery. there have been a number of things. i think that was just the fact that the president did not uses good judgment when confronted
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with these issues and that's one of the things that i talk about all the time. it is imperative that we sit at the table. when incidents happen, we cannot be afraid to sit at the table, because of race. people are afraid to talk about the race problems that we really have in america, and until we are willing to sit at the table and really openly talk about and until institutions, cities, governments all understand that that's a real racial problem in resolved. >> the naacp are working with students to make sure their deponds are met. >> republican presidential candidates are meeting for their next debate. a poll shows carson on top with 24%, trump behind him with 23%. the only other republican in double detects is rubio with 12%. michael shure has a preview.
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>> despite new revelations that he may have padded his resume, ben carson leads in many polls as the republicans arrive in milwaukee. >> i think it's a marathon and polls are going to go up and down. i'm not going to spend a lot of time worrying about it. >> since the last debate, carson grabbed the lead from donald trump. >> i don't like being second. second is terrible, to me. >> it wasn't only the polls that drove the post-boulder conversation, it was the debate itself. ted cruz said it directly. >> the questions asked so far in this debate illustrate why the american people don't trust the media. >> other complaints followed and the republican national committee with a letter from the chairman suspended their relationship with nbc, the parent of cnbc, putting into doubt a debate scheduled for february. that complaint and a hurried meeting of gop campaigns led to a list of demands for future debates, though none of the campaigns ultimately signed on, the complaints were heard and
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even mocked by at least one person. >> they can't handle a bunch of cnbc moderators at a debate. >> for all of the bluster about the debates themselves, the candidates will need to make points to a presumably friendlier host in fox business. >> we need a president who fixes our budgetary mess. i can fix it. >> jeb bush has tried to fix his campaign since the debate featuring heated exchanges between him and senator marco rubio. now ahead, bush has continued to go after the man he once mentored. >> the challenges we face as a nation are too great to roll the dice on another presidential experiment. >> try as he might to criticize rubio, rubio came out ahead and scored big last time by criticizing the press. >> the democrats have the ultimate super pac, called the mainstream media.
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>> while the media backlash put the spotlight on the moderators, milwaukee will be a chance to refocus the debate on the economy. >> i will immediately put us on a path to a balanced budget. >> i led hewlett packard through a very difficult time. >> it is a simple flat tax. >> each wanting to stand apart and lead the stage as milwaukee's best. >> we will have complete coverage of tonight's republican debate beginning at 8:00 p.m. eastern time. >> the fight for 15, $15 an hour, workers across the country demanding a pay raise. >> the supreme court taking on a case that could change the entire legal system and class action lawsuits.
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>> the only live national news show at 11:00 eastern. >> we start with breaking news. >> let's take a closer look. britain's prime minister is outlining u.k. demands to stay in the european union. david cameron wants more autonomy from member states and limit the freedom which movement between borders for migrants. the u.k. will hold a referendum whether it will stay in the e.u. china revealing reasons for changing its one-child policy, adding more than 30 million people to their labor force by 2050 to help boost their slowing economy. more than 90 million women would be eligible to have another child under the change.
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>> workers demanding higher minimum wages. >> in today's economy, $15 an hour is hardly a princely sum. it's barely enough for people to get by but a hell of a lot better than the minimum wage we have now. let's be clear. this is the reality we're living with in today's economy. if you're not making $15 an hour, it's very, very hard to make ends meet. it's a question of fairness. >> those protestors were out before dawn in new york city, calling for an increase in their pay. it is a scene repeated across the country today. al jazeera has more on the fight for 15 from miami. >> after four years of working for the same nursing company in miami, lily suleman is raising her voice for better pay. at 68 years old, she earns $10.85 part time serving food to
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the elderly. her social security check covers her $800 a month rent. >> how much are you left with after you pay your bills? >> zero. as you will men is part of a group of health care workers joining forces with fast food employees around the nation today, demanding minimum wage go up to $15 an hour. in florida, it's currently $8.05. >> what do you say to the people who say employers can't afford to pay everyone an increased minimum wage? >> i don't buy that. they can pay it. i think they're being a little selfish. >> even though cities like seattle and san francisco approved gradual minimum raise wages to $15 an hour, the move to do the same in florida has been slow. the workers say many colleagues don't want to speak out for fear of being reprimanded. >> some people don't wants to anything, but i speak up for the rest of the staff. >> this is my daughter.
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>> with no savings and two children at home, suleman said there is no way she can stop fighting now. >> hear me out. i mean, hear my cry. i need more money. >> al jazeera, miami. >> today the supreme court is hearing arguments in a case involving one of the country's largest meat producers. workers at tyson foods claim they are hurt by unfair job rules and that ruling could impact the legal system itself. al jazeera's patricia sobga has their story. >> it's the latest case before the supreme court that could carve away at class action lawsuits. a case brought by employees at a tyson meat processing plant who claim they weren't properly compensated for the time it took them to put on and take off protective gear. jurors found in favor of the workers, who received a final award of $5.8 million. tyson cried foul, arguing the
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jury's formula for determining the award was flawed and more crucially, that the group of more than 3,000 workers doesn't pass legal muster as a so-called class, because some of them suffered no injuries. >> this case could either cut back on class actions a little or a lot. >> john coffee is a professor at columbia law school. >> if all they talk about is the need for a more typical, more representative plaintiff to represent the class, that's a small injury. if they were to require either that you have to prove every member of the class had standing before the class could be certified, that would be a major barrier that might prevent many consumer injury or tort cases from ever being certified. >> how high that bar is raised matters a lot to workers at the low end of the wage scale. the stakes are high for low wage workers who lack resources to
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take on a big corporate employer or large award to attract a good lawyer. banned together as a class and low wage workers are far more likely to get their day in court. tyson lawyers said if we win then the class action device simply will be put back where it was intended to be. lawyers for the workers are concerned about the message a win for tyson would send to big corporations. >> the message is likely to be that companies can get away with an awful lot, as long as their workers are just a little bit different, they won't have to worry about class actions of plaintiffs banning together to vindicate their rights. it's not just this case that could curtail access to justice for americans who lack deep pockets. the supreme court is considering two other cases this term that could also limit class actions. >> if class actions keep getting more and more difficult, there is no question that the small
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claimant are simply not going to have a day in court. >> the justice tossing out a case for a texas police officer who ignored supervisors and shot a fleeing suspect. they said it did not vital the suspect's fourth amendment. justice sotomayor was the sole dissent vote. >> seattle's landmark getting a face lift.
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legendary new orleans musician has died in spain, he was 77 years old. he suffered a heart attack in madrid last night. he was very long writer, producer, composer and performer. his hits include the song "southern nights." >> secretary of state john kerry saying climate change is a threat to u.s. national security. he was speaking today at old dominion university in virginia. he said people and society are threatened by rising sea levels and changing global temperatures. later he meets with students there in science and engineering fields that can help solve the problem of global warming. >> apple c.e.o. saying
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corporations need to take more responsibility to save the environment, tim cook saying businesses you arejectly need to address global warming, saying climate change can negative affect economic stability. >> a sticky clean up in seattle. it is a wall of gum 20 years in the making. we have a close up look. >> seattle's must-see tourist spots, space needle, fremont troll, bruce lee's grave, the pike place market and the gum wall. >> really, really disgusting. >> i think it's beautiful. >> it's seattle. >> yes, the gum wall. 2,000 square feet or so of living, growing multi flavor art of the grotesque. really two walls now. >> of alleys, it smells the best. smells like wrigley spearmint. >> d.n.a. from all over the word. >> yeah. >> it started as a place for
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theater patrons to park their gum but morphed into so much more. >> it's crazy, look how much gum is on the wall. >> it does have a certain art is everything, anything is art allure and it's easy to participate. just chew it, stick it, and you're part of something really special forever. >> lots of humanity, a lot of color. >> only it's not forever. after 20 years of spontaneous gumbustion. >> its time. >> it's time, yeah. >> it's time for a very thorough cleaning right down to the bricks. >> steaming. we're going to steam it. it's going to take three days. it's gotten to the part we hired professionals. it won't are like a hard piece of gum anymore. >> all this public art, the jaw work of generations from locals and visitors from around the world will melt away. >> does this gum speak to you? >> a little bit. now that i know it's going away, i had to get down here.
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>> going away, but probably not for long. let's do a clean slate, a fresh start and the gum wall will reemerge. >> so it will be back. >> oh, yeah. we expect it to be back within 24 hours. >> i'm for it. >> these are walls clearly not meant to be left blank. jam alan said it's something to chew on that. >> scientists in brazil making a discovery. facilities of amphibians had teeth and were carnivores, dating back 278 million years when all the continents were connected. researchers say findings give them new clues how animals evolved and mike graded around the world. the news continues live from london next.
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>> hello, this is the news hour live from london. coming up, laying the groundwork, representatives of dozens of countries meet in paris ahead of crucial climate talks. russian lab at the center of the doping scandal shuts down, as moscow rejects allegations of state sponsored drug cheating among its athletes. aung san suu kyi insists she will call the shots in aung san suu kyi despite being barred


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