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attorneys for jerry sandusky suggest there are at least 17 accusers in the child sexual abuse case. there were ten cited in the criminal charges. he faces more than 50 counts of sexual acts with boys. he pleaded not guilty. >> the arraignment of the 9/11 conspirators before a military court in cuba today had some fireworks. what should have taken minutes took hours, including one of the men blurting out they're going to kill us. chris lawrence is in guantanamo. >> fred, when thecome raws were off and the court was in recess, khalid shake mohammed and the other defendant laughed, talked to each other, and even had a copy of the economist magazine that they passed back and forth, but then when the court was in session, they tuned out, refusing to participate or answer questions. one man gestured at one point and shouted that they may kill
us, that they may kill us to make it look like suicide. he said this may be the last time you see us. that was really the only outburst. at times, the defendants would stop court to pray. but otherwise, they were completely disengaged. one of the co-defendants was actually had to be brought in in restraints because he had refused to come to court, and it's mand deere in an arraignment that they be present. he had to be shackled and in restraints and it was only later that they were removed when he agreed to participate. >> thanks so much. >> after making his first official campaign rally in columbus, ohio, this afternoon, president obama is now in virginia this evening, rather, for another rally. he'll be looking at livepictures momentarily. oh, yeah, folks are ready and poised, waiting for the president to arrive in virginia after making his way through ohio. let's go to jessica yellin.
you were in ohio earlier. now, on your way there in virginia. a really quick turn. what do we expect to hear from the president? very similar to his stump speech there in ohio? or different audience, different message? >> fredricka, i think it will be the same speech. maybe slightly different emphasis in ohio. there's a very heavy emphasis on the auto bailout, manufacturing, because 1 in 8 jobs there is connected in some ways to manufacturing. but the theme you have heard him deliver will -- the overarching theme will be the same, which from the campaign will be its idea that the president has taken the economy from a place where he was handed it where the economy was hemorrhages jobs and he did what he could to stop the hemorrhaging, to turn it around, and he cites a lot of data about
private sector job growth, he argues it will get better in the future. one of the things you'll note is in the -- and shood out to me, in his message in ohio, he's critical of the republican congress. he was critical of mitt romney, but his attack on mitt romney was not bitingly negative. it was a criticism of his policy and his approach. the attitude was more, mitt romney doesn't get it for middle class americans. here's what he had to say about mitt romney. >> when a woman in iowa shared the story of her financial struggles, he responded with economic theories. he told her, productivativety equals our income. well, let me tell you something. the problem with our economy isn't that the american people aren't prukoductive enough. you have been working harder than ever.
the challenge we face right now -- the challenge we face for over a decade is that harder work hasn't led to higher income. it's that bigger profits haven't led to better jobs. governor romney doesn't seem to get that. >> so you see how it wasn't a personal attack on mitt romney. it was more of a broader message about the distinctsure distinc policies. he may focus more on women's issues. one note i'll wrap up on, he said, tell folks the campaign is still about open change. >> jessica yellin, thanks so much, coming to us from richmond, virginia. meanwhile, mitt romney is slamming president obama over the new labor report that came out yesterday.
unemployment is down to 8.1%, but the economy only added 115,000 jobs last month. romney says that's no cause for celebration. >> the unemployment rate has dropped to 8.1%. and normally, that would be cause for celebration. but in fact, anything over 8% isn't near 8%, anything over 4% isn't cause for celebration. >> the republican presidential candidate said the country can't celebrate until unemployment is 4%. >> she is the center of an explosive center now. colombian excourt is revealing details of her night with u.s. secret agents. [ male announcer ] it's simple physics... a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain
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planned missile defense shield in europe or face the possibility of a preemptative strike against the launch site. they have tried to ease russia's fears over the projktd by insisting that the system is dire directed towards countering the missile program from the east. >> and protests returned to the street one day after deadly clashed with security forces. government officials had imposed an overnight curfew in cairo's central district. >> in a matter of hours, france boast boast hosted a presidential runoff. the latest opinion poll indicates he could be the winner. the woman at the center of the colombian prostitution scandal is calling the agents involved a bunch of fools, speaking to a radio station. suarez described a night of drunken revelry.
she said she was introduced to one of the men by a friend and then went back with him to a hotel room. she says she doesn't even know that -- she didn't know at the time that he was an agent, but that he went to sleep and then left files right open and right out in the open. >> translator: of course, at that mome want, if i had been a member of a terrorist gang, i could have gotening everything. i put them in check mate. they're a lot of fools. they're responsible for obama's security and they let this happen. i told them, i'm going to call the police so they would pay me the money. they didn't care. they didn't see the magnitude of the member. i could have done a thousand other things. >> she said her life as an escort is now open, but she's hope eshe's open to posing in men's magazines. >> on a job interview, there's something you should never say. and tomorrow, dr. sanjay gupta
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good and not so good news on the unemployment front. the unemployment rate has dropped to 8.1%, but economists say many people gave up looking for work. they added 115,000 jobs in april, but that's fewer than expected. >> every week, we focus on ways to get a jump start in the work force. today, we're looking at how to prepare for a critical moment in the job interview. if you're in the runing for a job, you probably prepped for the answers for all of the tough
questions, at least the ones you're expg pecting. are you waiting for the moment when the tables turn and they say, do you have any questions? valerie burton with us. things you should and shouldn't do. some things you should never say at that moment wrfrb how do we begin? the punch line, what you should never say when they say any questions for us? >> never say, no, i'm full, thank you. great interview. >> you covered everything. don't do that. >> you always want to come with questions because that shows you have an interest in the company, that you're a critical thinker. never say no. >> what kind of research do you need to do on the company so that you are best prepared moving forward? so you don't have that kind of moment. >> you want to do as much research as possible. if there's anyone you know who works for the company, has a company as a client, now there's so much on the internet, you can
do research et cetera. you want to demonstrate your interest in the company, make sure it's a good fit, and ask questions that allow you to figure out, do they think you're a good fit. do you have weaknesses you need to show them you can overcome. >> you're also putting that potential employer in a position where sell yourself to me while i'm trying to sell me to you. >> every company is not a good fit to you. you naed to ask questions for yourself, too. >> is there fear that as you do that, they'll be thinking, are you kidding me? are you coming for a job or putting our feet to the fire? >> a lot of people, you ask good questions and in the right way. you're going to be friendly but well spoken about it, it's like, you know, this person is thinking about what it will be like to work here. they're giving this some thought. they're not looking for whatever job. they have an interest in us as a company. what are some of the questions you need to ask that perspective employer. >> one is, and it looks
different depending on what you have seen online, but say, i noticed on the website that, i was watching on the news, or whatever is going on, how does that affect this position? you're telling them, i have been checking up on you, reading, i understand what's going on. how does it affect my position? >> and you think these are like make or break kind of moments? >> these are. it gives you an opportunity to go back and forth with them. that's so critical. you're building rapport. >> oh, my goodness. hopefully folks will feel empowered do that. a lot of times they're intimidated by the process and they get nervous about the idea of challenging a perspective employer because they're afraid they're going to turn them off. >> you ask simple questions like what do you feel is an ideal fit for this role? do you see any reasons why i might not be the right candidate for the role? this allowsio to go back and say, when i follow up, they saw
this as a weakness, but maybe there's experience i didn't share. you always want to end with that, you know, what are the next steps? what is the timeline so you understand what is coming next in the interview process. >> and that's very important. >> a handwritten note, many people don't do that, and it stands out. >> handwritten, you went them to see your penmanship? is that safe. >> yes, it's -- >> that might be the deal breaker. >> a personal touch. >> you might have to practice a bit first. but it's always great -- >> it shows people you have taken the time to do something that is personal. >> interesting. valerie burton, thanks so much. good tips. >> thanks. top starving and start eating. that the message to fashion modeled by "vogue" magazine. at aviva, we do things differently.
agr agrees. >> i started working when i was 14 years old. i have seen both the good and bad sides of the industry, and i know firsthand what young models can go through. i think that vogue is really taking a very positive step in not hiring models who are under 16. >> what do you mean, what models go through? give me an example of what you consider to be quite harsh for a young 14-year-old breaking into the business or other young teens? >> sure, well, if you look at any other group of performer, whether it's actors or dancers, they have unions, and models don't have any kind of support like that. so not only are they minors, but they're working in an adult industry without any kind of structural support, and so there are issues ranging from lack of financial transparency, pressure to stay very skinly, obviously,
that adolescent physique is tied to youth, and vogue is addressing the thin issue, that size zero issue by saying we're not going to use models under 16. >> what do you remember hearing about the weight issue, but whatnot it would fit into the clothes to make sure the clothes were showcased because your weight had to be at a certain size? what do you remember specifically? >> well, it's sort of a vicious cycle. everyone likes to point fingers. the editors say the designers by cutting their sample sizes on the runway to a size zero, that means the models have to be a size zero, and the editors are hiring them for the magazines. i think vogue is taking a stand and saying, you know, we need to change this. this has been going on for too long. >> did you feel that kind of pressure to look as youthful as
possible but at the same time, kind of, you know, be a grown woman at the tender age of 14? >> well, obviously, when you're 14, 15, your body hasn't really developed yet. so you can naturally have that kind of gangly adolescent body. and i think the problem with eating disorders really kicks in when kids feel they have to maintain that body type. obviously, it's just unnatural to try to, you know, have the body of a 14-year-old as you're growing up. >> sara ziff, and kids say crazy things, and sometimes they don't realize the meaning of what they're saying. a 6-year-old is in serious trouble for repeating a song he saw on television. tyler lopez of our affiliate has the story. >> you have seen the video and knows the lyrics. >> but when 6-year-old told a first great girl in the class
the same line, he was suspended from his elementary school in erowa for three days for sexual harassment. >> i'm floored. they're going to look at him like he's a pervert, period, and that's not fair to him. >> with a passion for art, this first grader came to sable as a special needs student in january. he's had other discipline problems, including quoting the same line to the same girl last month when his mother and he met with the assistant principal. >> i think it's kind of overwhelming. you know, sexual harassment on a 6-year-old. >> a psychologist said a 6-year-old won't comprehend. >> purposefully going out of your way to irritate and sexualize your relationship, i don't think so.
i think there's probably a better way to talk about appropriate and inappropriate. >> i could understand if he was fondling her, looking up her skirt, trying to look in her shirt. that, to me, is sexual harassment. >> that was tyler lopez reporting. so from the baseball court to the class room, find out why former nba star shaquille o'neal is in cap and gown today.
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the middle of an attack, the five men accused of the 9/11 attacks. in guantanamo bay cuba, the mastermind admits that he said nothing, apparently trying to disrupt the arraignment by refusing to take part. at one point, another defendant blurted out, they're trying to kill us. at other times, the five stopped to pray. court is now in recess. >> new court documents filed by attorneys for jerry sandusky suggest there are now at least 17 accusers in the child sexual abuse case. there were ten alleged victims cited in the charges. the former penn state assistant
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