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a powerful case for the more important topic than it ever was. i think the measure of a good panel is, should it go on forever? probably hasn't said this room is committed at the end of the program this afternoon, so we can't go over too long. so first of all, i want to thank kristen and greg for fitting more information into the time we allotted than i thought was humanly possible. it's extremely efficient. join me in thanking them. so we have a challenge. we have half an hour for lunch. there are sandwiches in the room on the other side of the aisle here, paper plates and some sandwiches and some tables in there. you're free to sit there if you can find a seat. the sandwiches in here. and drinks in the back of the hallway out here, and so we're going to reconvene at 1:15, so please eat fast.
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>> c-span student cam competition is under way. students are busy sharing their experience with us through twitter. it's not too late to enter. your deadline is january 20th, 2017. in your documentary, tell us what is the most urgent issue for the new president and congress to address in 2017.
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our competition is open to all middle school and high school students, grade 6 through 12 with $100,000 awarded in cash prizes. the grand prize of $5,000 will go to the student or team with the best overall entry and the remaining cash money will be awarded and shared between 150 students and 53 teachers. for more information on our student cam competition and contest rules, go to our web site, studentcam.org. the c-span video library is an easy way to view and search c-span programs and help through its use is dr. robert browning, executive director. >> go to c-span.org, the main site and look on the front page. on the left side are all the hearings and the presidential events of that day and the political campaign events and
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right underneath that on the left side is a link that says recent event and they appear in the order that they were on the network. you can zensearch for a person' name. $117,01 117,000 people have pages and a link, a search box, you put in a word. so let's say you want sheila jackson lee and then you put in a word, let's say they talked about climate change. >> members of the congressional black caucus tomorrow will receive the signatures and public statements of those demanding that this body fully support president obama's clean power plant. >> if you want ted poe on the floor. he talked about iraq. put in those words and that will get you to particular small pieces almost like paragraphs where they made their remarks.
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>> soldiers were members of the 3rd baa tttalion. these american soldiers were volunteers that swore to protect the united states. >> across the top, we have a link that says all of our video, our clips. you can find all the clips that people make that are available for other people to look for. >> who leaves first, obama or assad? >> i certainly hope it's assad. >> i don't think so. >> another tab says mentions or quote, that are valuable. >> what a bizarre decision by president to invite donald trump down there. >> and then on the far left side, there are breakdowns, much like you would find on any other shopping web site, you could say i want to see a particular person's name. i want to see a particular committee or a tag for a policy.
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to the left side is very valuable for narrowing down. >> search, click, and play on the c-span video library at c-span.org. >> and live this morning here on c-span, coverage of the first confirmation hearing of president trump's cabinet selections, jeff sessions, appearing as a senator he himself is a member of. expecting to possibly run into the evening and start again tomorrow when new jersey senator cory booker will be breaking precedent and testifying against his colleague, along with other house democrats, we're expecting that testimony live tomorrow. you can watch it at c-span.org. today, senator sessions introduced by richard shelby of alabama and susan collins of maine.
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things getting started here at the senate judiciary committee hearing room. the first of donald trump's cabinet picks. alabama senator jeff sessions for attorney general starting his confirmation hearing. expecting a two-day confirmation hearing and taking a look inside the room as cameras get set up
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and right outside the senate judiciary hearing committee.
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