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jeanne moos, cnn, new york. someone will be arrested as part of the special counsel investigation led by bob mueller. >> at the earliest, some of the charges will be revealed. >> there will be an indictment which will at the speak to the l activity that mueller thinks he can prove. >> the beginning of the end of the trump presidency. >> we have not heard from the president about these indictments. >> he has taken the advice to lay low on the subject. >> it will just consume everything donald trump tries to do in the coming months. >> prosecutors like to start with smaller fish and move slowly up the food chain. good morning, everybody. thanks so much for joining us. i'm rene marsh in for christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. good sunday to you.
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good to have you. this is a critical week in washington. the investigation into russia's meddling in the 2016 election could strike its first blow as early as tomorrow. >> now on tuesday, facebook, twitter, google all heading to capitol hill. their executives will be testifying on russia and the use of social media to influence the 2016 elections. lawmakers this have their hands full with tax reform. wednesday is the deadline for house republicans to introduce a bill that could be president trump's first major legislative win. thursday, the house intel committee interviews former trump campaign adviser carter page on russia's meddling and trump will meet with leaders in japan, south korea, and china about the trade and the north korea nuclear threat. the white house says it has no comment on the russia probe,
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it's launching an all-out assault on hillary clinton. president trump and some republicans on the hill are trying to launch dueling investigations. cnn white house reporter kaitlyn collins joins me live with more on that. at this hour, what is the white house saying now? are they continuing to deflect from the russian investigation? is there no comment from the white house but this emerging narrative we are seeing they are putting the focus back on the hillary clinton campaign and what the white house says is their collusion with russia. still no official white house comment but we have seen some of the president's top aids, including kellyanne conway and focus on hillary clinton in recent days. sarah sanders said twice on friday she thought the investigation was coming to an end hours before cnn reported that those charges had been filed. she was saying that. then we heard had from her yesterday on this matter where
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she didn't comment at all on these charges that had been filed but, instead, focused on hillary clinton. she tweeted, clinton spokesman just said he is glad that clinton campaign colluded with russia to spread information about the influence on the election. then she added the following. now we also heard from the president several times yesterday, but nothing on this. though, he tweeted about former president jimmy carter and michael moore. he had nothing to say about this as he spent several hours at his golf course right outside of d.c. here in sterling, virginia. but the president also is not commenting on it so far. but they have got this really big week for the white house to focus on. not only are they desperate for a legislative achievement and republicans are capitol hill are hoping that they will focus their efforts on tax reform. the president is also expected to name a fed chairman and then he leaves on friday for his
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12-day trip to asia. for right now they are putting hillary clinton back in the spotlight and laying low on the news that these charges have been filed. >> thank you. these first charges come just five months into robert mueller's investigation into russian interference into the 2016 election. he was appointed in may and weeks later "the washington post" report that err was investigating tres president trump for obstruction of justice. the fbi raided former trump campaign manager paul manafort's home just days later. mueller impanelled a grand jury at the beginning of august indicating he found some kind of evidence of criminal activity. and, friday, a major turning point. mueller filed the first charges in the case. joining me now is ron brownstein, cnn political
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analyst and senior editor for "the atlantic." and errol louis political annor for spectrum news and karras cornell. i want to start with something that the president's attorney ty cobb said in a "the new york times" story. do we have that we can put up on the sxren? screen? let's put this up. errol errol, that is not scene to the president's constant criticism of the special prosecutor. his criticisms of those attorneys who work for him and all of the investigations about russia's involvement in the election and any possible collusion. >> yeah. i interpret ty cobb's statement for the "the new york times" podcast as a good lawyer doing what he should do which is to sort of try and tamp down a lot
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of the speculation and maybe kind of lower and lower the temperature a little bit. his client as we know is likely to take to twitter or make a side comment that sort of blows up that strategy. right now, though, i think it's a very wise hinge for the president to try and put some distance between himself and some of these top aides, including the campaign chairman, who could very well be in legal hot soup over what they did for him. >> ron, let me bring to you the question i took to our partisans about 30 minutes ago and now to you as a journalist. how do the federal criminal charges that are coming potentially on monday, maybe a little later in the week, but we know they are coming, according to our reporting, impact the president's ability to get a big legislative win and get tax reform and get something done? >> a really good question. in some ways as we talked about before, i think the president is existing almost in a separate sphere from the policy agenda, whether it's the executive branch kind of grinding away and repealing many of the key
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regulations that president obama pursued or the congress trying to advance this congressional agenda. the president has been much more focused throughout the entire presidency on this endless series of personal and cultural conflicts that he provokes. in some ways, i think they view a desperation as better. you heard that for example from bob corker. i think speaking for many republicans kind of leave this to the expert. look. no question that an ongoing investigation is, if nothing else, a tremendous diversion of time and energy and it divides the time and the focus of the white house. by the way, the response from the white house i think, is revealing here. when you see these kind of efforts to touurn it back to bi clinton. it goes to their problem on taxes. that is not really an argument designed, i think, to appeal to swing voters not sure what to make of russia. that is speaking to the people
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who are ready or part of their hard-core base and what they have been doing. >> the president and white house have been going back to that the last nine months now. the conversation we are talking about charges coming from the special prosecutors investigation. but the house and senate investigations we have heard a lot from the white house, from even republican members on the hill who are talking about it's time to end these. they are very expensive and going on too long and you have to come to a close. are those in jeopardy? >> i don't think those investigations are in jeopardy at all. they are continuing on a separate track for the mueller investigation. in fact, the house is -- house intelligence committee is conducting more interviews this week. they are going to interview carter page who, at one point, had some association with the trump campaign. that interview is going to take place behind closed doors but a transcript will be made public. that i think will be quite revealing to some extent to see what carter page's role was. and in investigation is looking into potential collusion with
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russia. the senate committee is also going on its full track. so i think we will still see those continue, regardless of what happens on monday. >> errol, let's talk about tax reform. the big deadline coming for the introduction of some legislation on wednesday. obviously, just a few days away. they want to get something done by thanksgiving. senate has got 14 working days on the calendar. the house has even fewer than that. and there are still some major disagreements about this legislation that is put together behind closed doors. >> that's right. they are doing, in some ways, a replay of what did not work for health care reform. a little curious as to why they think it's going to work this time. there is a strong political motivation, of course, on get this done before the election year began. so january 1st, 2018, nobody wants to talk about raising anybody's taxes for any reason. so they are going to move as quickly as they can but they have some serious divisions, victor, between the budget deficit hawks, the folks who
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don't ever want to increase the national debt and those who recognize that you're not going to find 5 trillion dollars worth of savings unless you start figuring out a way to run a huge deficit or raise taxes. the basic map bedeviled this legislation for generations. >> ron, are those hawks afraid enough of this lindsey graham theory, if we don't get something done we are swept out of majority and at least one of these chambers in 2018 to compromise, in some way, on those fundamental principles of making sure that this is going to be paid for? >> you know, republicans, when there is a republican president in the white house, they cut taxes during their first year. reagan did it and george w. bush did it. i will be shocked if they can't agree on some tax cut here. there will not be tax reform but a tax cut. go back to 2001, three republican senators voted for force them to reduce the size of the tax cut and by about 3 or 400 billion dollars.
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i would not be surprised to see something. we have the potential for something like that again. you have, in john mccain and jeff plak and bob corker and not to mention susan collins republican senators estranged from the president and raised concerns about the deficit and they may force them to shrink the tax cut but you will still end up, i think, with a very substantial tax cut that puts pressure on spending, domestic spending going forward once that revenue is mooefed from tremove equation. on hired on one site a conservative website and the dnc and clinton campaign to dig up dirt on then candidate donald trump during the 2016 election. this is fusion gps we are talking about that initially fought the subpoena for financial records. what is on the table? what can we learn here? >> so they have reached an agreement with the house intel committee to provide the records from the bank that the intel committee had sought and the reason why the intelligence committee i think is seeking
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those bank records, initially, they wanted to find out who was funding the investigation, which, of course, ultimately resulted in that dossier. but both sides have come out, goth the gop funded and washington free beacon and the dnc lawyer and supporter of the hillary clinton campaign confirmed that he had hired fusion. so i think this agreement takes a little bit out of the, you know, the revelation from this. but we might learn more about how much money they spent on the investigation, which will only kind of stir up that political debate that has been encapsul e encapsulating it this week. >> thank you all. >> thank you. >> thanks. actress ashley judd says she wants to help women learn the signs of sexual harassment. more are coming out against harvey weinstein to claim sexual
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welcome back. thank you for joining us. i'm rene marsh in for christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. this is a busy week on capitol hill that would have impact for the white house. >> the first person tomorrow could be taken into custody for the russian investigation after robert mueller filed charges on friday. on tuesday, facebook, twitter, and google head to capitol hill and they will be testifying on how russia used social media to influence the 2016 election. >> on wednesday, the deadline for the introduction of a tax reform bill. top republicans say it's pass tax reform this year or lose control of at least one of the chambers. on thursday, former trump campaign and foreign policy adviser carter page heads to the hill with an interview with the house intelligence committee in their russia investigation. then president trump leaves for
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his trip to asia on friday. he'll meet with leaders in japan, south korea, and china about trade and the north korean nuclear threat. this next store a 10-year-old girl with special needs is now caught up in an immigration fight. rosa maria hernandez is an undocumented child. she has been in the united states since she was 3 months old. >> this week, a family member crossed south texas border checkpoint to take the girl to get an emergency for kidney stoins. they made it to the hospital but border patrol agents were waiting outside the door of her room while she recovered. rosa maria is now in a shelter without her parents. her mother says she does not know when or if her daughter will be able to come home. here is cnn's stephone jiminez from affiliate kgns. [ speaking in foreign language ] >> reporter: she ignores everything happening around her when she realizes her family is not with her she is going to
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start to cry. she is in agony. federal agents are taking her 10-year-old daughter to a detention center in san antonio. [ speaking in foreign language ] >> reporter: i don't know what they are going to come out with. on top of that, she is worried about her her daughter is dealing. she has cerebral palsy and doesn't understand what is happening. she says her daughter has the mentality of a 6-year-old. [ speaking in foreign language ] >> reporter: she is going to start to get uncomfortable and she may hurt her surgery scars. the situation escalated a few days ago when the doctors in laredo sent her to a children hospital for emergency gallbladder surgery. in order to come to corpus christi she crossed a border checkpoint and where border protection stopped her and border patrol followed her to the hospital for the surgery. rosa maria left the hospital this morning. her family's attorney told our news station she may be at the san antonio detention center up to three weeks.
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from there investigators will decide if the girl goes back with her family in laredo or gets deported to mexico. [ speaking in foreign language ] >> reporter: i don't want them to deport her. mexico isn't safe and she needs therapy, her doctors. >> the immigration process could take years if the case ends up in court. the question now, how long will she have to stay in that shelter? >> joining us to talk about this live from los angeles is rosa maria's attorney alex gomez. good to have you this morning. the first question, how is rosa maria this morning? >> well, you can only imagine. she is a suffering from cerebral palsy and unaware she is in immigration detention. she thinks she is still recovery from the surgery but we all know the mother is suffering and she needs to be with her mother. what we are facing here is a constitutional crisis. the constitution says that the mother has a right to be with the daughter. she is not a flight risk and not
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a danger to society. we are perplexed as immigration attorneys why this happened. there could have been other means that the government could have taken and put an ankle bracelet but they decided to follow her to the hospital and detain her and put her in immigration proceedings and a travesty what we are seeing but we are going to do everything possible to get her out. >> has she been able to see any family since she has been in that shelter? you mentioned she has special needs. her mom in the piece says she needs her doctors. do you know what kind of care she is getting there? >> the shelter does provide medical care. yesterday morning, on saturday, the father did go up to san antonio and visit their daughter at the shelter for a couple of hours. but, right now what is crucial is to have that daughter outside of a shelter. she shouldn't be treated like a criminal, for crying outloud. she is a 12-year-old child and needs to be with the mother and with her parents and we are going to do everything possible. we are looking at maybe perhaps getting her released within 21
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days. normally, the process takes about two months to three months. this case is on a track to expedited and we are looking to release her within 21 days. >> to have her released to her parents, i wonder, is the objective to get the mother, the parent to come out and surrender as well? when i say objective, i mean, from immigration and customs enforcement, from the cbp? what are your communications with them about what they want to happen next? >> we are talking about wbp and talking immigration on a daily basis. what we know for a fact is after she is released from this facility, she will be placed in removal proceedings and could take up to three years. it's sad that this mother did everything in her power to have her kid, her child receive medical care and, as a result, now that child is facing removal proceedings and the familiar is also exposed and has a risk of
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being detained and also placed in removal proceedings. what are immigrants supposed to think when they send their kids to a hospital? she also should be worried they are facing deportation because they have to go to the hospital? and that is a tragedy of all this. we have to have an immigration reform. we have to fix immigration system as we know it because parents can't be afraid of sending their kid to the hospital and also fearing their kids are going to be detained or deported. >> this sounds highly unusual. you have a child that has been living in the united states since she was 3 months old and she has a medical condition and been detaped. we have heard of children k crossing the border alone being detaped but this is a different case. she has lived here and she has a medical condition. how unusual is this? >> very unusual. i've never seen it in all of my years in practice. usually, these shelters, they
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are kids apprehended at the border and not just kids living within the united states. rosa maria has been living here the last ten years and a special procedure for individuals caught within the border and also living here in the country. she should have easily been just released. she could have been processed and then released right away and then be informed she needed to go to a court to fight her case before an immigration judge. but for the government to take this unusual step of going to the hospital, arrest her, and then place her in detention, it's just unheard of. and it's perplexing. maybe this is a new normal for this new administration. >> all right. alex galves, thank you. i want to read a cuff sentence from customs and border protection. they are enforcing the law and per the immigration laws of the united states one medically cleared she will be processed accordingly. the mexican consulate has been
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aware of the situation. that from the government. alex, thank you so much. prototypes for the president's big beautiful wall, as he calls it, have been unveiled along the u.s./mexico board. >> one of the eight prototypes commissioned by the trump administration could serve as a blueprint. miguel marquez explains it all. >> reporter: president trump said he wanted a big, fat, beautiful wall. these are his 30x30 foot options. one of these eight contestants could stretch 2,000 miles across the border? >> a chance one of them gets selected. eight of them get selected or a mix of them are selected for construction. >> reporter: they sit like giant tomb stones east of san diego in the no man's land right on the u.s./mexico border. the president has consistently said a wall will be built along the entire border.
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he says 2,000 miles of border wall. you say we will put it up where we need to? >> there is testimony already out there. a testimony by the former chief of homeland security, which was general kelly, in which he in testimony said that you wasn't see a walk from sea to shining wall and put the wall where it makes sense. >> reporter: they are referring to the same john kelly who is the president's chief of staff. the costs for just these test walls, $20 million, building any one of them across the entire 2,000-mile border could cost more than $20 billion. beyond this, whether the $20 billion to build the entire wall comes, that is for another day? so, right now, our focus is to complete the process of construction of the prototypes. >> reporter: so the prototypes or the contestants for the president's big beautiful wall, they are done. but it's going to take another month for the cement to dry and the walls to settle before they
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can be tested. and then they will go at them, seeing whether they can be scaled, climbs, dug under, or breached. you will test these walls to their maximum? >> correct. >> reporter: on the mexican side of the border building of the prototypes met with disbelief. when you see these, what do they represent to you? >> for our country, we think it's -- >> reporter: victor clark, a mexican citizen who teaches at san diego state university says a 30-foot wall would deter m migrants but not everything. >> drugs enter the u.s. through port of entry, through sea, by land. >> reporter: and tunnels. lots of them. if we could take a picture of the land, the ground underneath us, what would it look like? >> somebody is probably building a tunnel at this moment. >> reporter: at least some of these walls come with tunnel
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deterrents too. big beautiful walls above and below ground. miguel marquez, tijuana, mexico. ivanka trump is taking a message overseas to a global summit. does chef the influence to help her father's administration? the last time anthony bourdain is showing us how the future and food have changed in sri lankan. >> it's been years since i've been here to this incredible country and beautiful food, sri lankan. last time i was here, let's put
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actress ashley judd is talking about her experience with sexual harassment to teen vogue. during the interview, she spoke about her encounters with disgraced hollywood producer harvey weinstein. judd also recorded a video demonstrating how young women can spot and respond to being harassed. >> i'm walking down unthe street with a girlfriend and i get heckled and i go inappropriate and unwelcomed! and keep walking. this is another really great way. just a physical gesture of stop. that doesn't mean that we stop telling. what is taken from us when we experience micro aggression is our bargaining strategies and the things we do in these moments are healthy reactions to abnormal situations. >> judd was the first actor to
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go public within accusation against weinstein. i spoke with "teen vogue" writer who said it's imperative to educate both women and men about the dangers of sexual harassment. >> we need to be talking about the little things that are not okay, the ways that we are not -- we are not given the opportunities, we are not asked to have the internship at the law firm in the same way. we are called honey and sweetie. we are just things that hold us back. those little stories. i hope that that will be shared to by younger women as we we have to speak up and story telling is a legitimate weapon in fighting against. >> weinstein was fired by his company and is now suing the production house. two more actresses, daryl hannah and anna bell are speaking out. they share their own personal stories of alleged sexual harassment and abuse by the movie producer.
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weinstein has denied the allegations in a statement to "the new yorker." >> we are talking trade and security and nuclear weapons on the agenda for the president this week. he will meet with leaders from japan, south korea, china and attend two separate summit while abroad. ivanka trump arrives in japan first where she is scheduled to give a speech on the women in the workplace on friday. the prime minister invited her to attend a world assembly focus on women's rights. >> what role does she play in this administration and what can she accomplish on her own trip abroad? here to discuss this is kate anderson broward and is outrage of "first women the grace and power of the american's modern first ladies." kate, thank you for joining us this morning. i guess the first question for you, ivanka is traveling to japan.
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this is at the invitation of japanese prime minister abe. she will be talking to women. does this surprise you the administration is still having her out there as pretty critical part of the president's west wing staff? >> no, i'm not surprised at all. i think melania trump is somebody who doesn't particularly like to wade into politics in any way and so having ivanka do this makes sense. and i do think that, you know, the idea that a lot of democrats had that ivanka would be kind of whispering in her father's ear and talking about climate change and sort of encouraging him in a way that they would favor has proved not to be true. you've got scott pruitt at the epa and paris accord he is trying to get the u.s. out of. i don't know her influence coming into this administration, i think a lot of people hoped would be greater than it actually has been. i don't think this trip is
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anything more than in keeping with what she talks about when is women's enempowerment and entrepreneurship but we couldn't see concrete examples where she has been influential. >> that has been a criticism for ivanka trump, that, you know, she was seen as this person who may be able to pull her father a bit to the left, one of those examples of the climate paris agreement. however, we see it didn't go in the way that people on the left would have liked. so the question has been raised what exactly is her role? and then you see her being invited to do speeches like this one overseas. how do we square both of those things? >> i think it's very interesting that she has a west wing office. she has a chief of staff. i think she came into the white house thinking she could be more powerful than she has been. if you look at other first ladies like hillary clinton who had a west wing office and
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people did not like that. that got her in some trouble and i think ivanka trump, she talks about the viciousness of d.c. and being surprised by it. and i think she is starting to see that there is most americans, i don't think, like to see a family member kind of insert themselves in policy. and she is coming up against that. she is educated. she went to the wharton school and intelligent person but nobody elected her. i think again and again we will see her coming up against that criticism. >> you know, of course, smp peop some people are wonder if is this a president currying favorism. the president is also traveling to asia this week. what does the president need to do on this trip? as things get more intense in that region, what does he need to make sure he does not do? >>, obviousl obviously, a lot o
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with north korea right now and a lot of the things the president says, especially with his tweets, talking about the north korean leader, he has to be very careful in how he uses certain language. this is very implicated. and so i think that it's going to be a challenging trip, interesting to watch. but i know in some of my reporting that, you know, people around him think that sometimes he says things that are very presidential and the next day, it kind of backfires because he sort of self-sabotages and i think that we will have to wait and see how this trip goes. >> kate andersen brower, thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you. the astros have lost game four but don't blame it all on the ceremonial toss. hear why this little girl's perfect pitch thrilled so many fans.
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. well, two of houston's first responders who worked around the clock during hurricane harvey got a chance toe watch the world series thanks to a very generous astros fan. >> this is a good story. take a moment to watch this. jessica willy from our affiliate ktrk in houston has it for us. >> we're going to win, win, win! >> egratitude for the sacrifice. >> we've got a little bit in there. but it was a good week. we were gone a total of 15 days. >> from saturday when the storm hit to the following sunday, i worked about 130 hours. >> reporter: houston firefighters michael bingham and brad hawthorne wouldn't be here at game three if it weren't for
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brett mayer. >> i thought what better way to thank them to pribring them to s game. >> reporter: on facebook, he asked family and friends to submit their first responders' stories. he got dozens and chose two to host to the game. >> i wish i could have brought more. >> reporter: hawthorne and bingham among the thousands that went above and beyond during those trying days. eyewitness news was there when bingham was on the south loop, helping evacuates get to safety. the work during the storm was something he'd never experienced before. >> when i did get relieved, it was my son's birthday, monday the 28th, so i was happy just to go home. >> reporter: hi still tears up when thinking about the separation, which makes this even sweeter. a thank you by way of world series seats. >> the guys at the station a little bit jealous, but, yeah, we had -- yeah, this is an honor. >> reporter: a once in a lifetime experience.
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>> we get thanked all the time but it's a little bit different when a complete stranger does something like this. >> thanks to jessica willy for that story. last night's ceremonial pitch during game four of the world series came from a very special 7-year-old girl. her name is hailey dawson. watc watch. >> hailey threw the ball with her 3-d printed hand. she was born missing three fingers. before the game, she was all smiles after she met a couple of the astros players there. you see her there. >> congratulations. >> yeah. all right. tech-ing care of your health now looks at an audio device that helps doctors assess the health of your knees. >> it sounds like rice krispie cereal, just crackle, crackle, crackle. >> that cringe-worthy grinding was recorded by a knee band,
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still in its research phase, the wearable works like a stethoscope that lets you listen to the healing process of your knee. >> it's microphones that sense the vibrations and sounds coming out of the knee during movement. the biggest difference between a healthy and injured knee is the variability in the sounds. >> an algorithm can present that variability on a graph, along with other less-subjective data, doctors can determine how well a patient is healing and figure out when or if they can get back in the game. >> what we would like to deliver to the doctor is a joint health score. maybe green is they can get back to basic activity and maybe yellow is that they can move up to more challenging rehab activities. and maybe red is that they need to back off and wait until their knees are a little bit better before they get back to what they want to do. it may be something more of a thumbs up or thumbs down for a particular type of therapy that's being used. what we would like to do is give people better information about their own knee. >> all right. that's going to do it for us. thank you so much for joining us this morning. >> good to have you this weekend. >> good to be here. >> all right.
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