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>> at least we partied. andrea: and guess what? you can find us on the web, click that overtime tab. harris is logging on now. harris: i am. andrea: "happening now" starts now. announcement from jim webb in a few minutes. it may not be all over for the senator. we'll cover all of the news "happening now". >> the race for the white house. what four questions do you need answered in the next four years? rick sanatorium in the hot seat answering your questions. plus, terrifying moments as a young boy nearly drowns in a fast- moving river. the entire rescue caught on camera. and tracing the roots of man's
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best friends and could unlock the mystery of where dogs come from. >> we begin with the democratic presidential field. jim webb is expected to announce he is dropping out of his party's white house race. >> and i am jon. >> and i am jenna lee. his candidacy stifled boy low poling numbers and donations. he's not been on the campaign trial. but he may dropout of the democratic only to put himself in a independent run. he's stepping to the mike in washington d.c. >>
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>> good afternoon. howdy. let's start by saying that several years ago, senator daniel patrick moynahan's wife sent me a wooden chink to put together the old school house on the rural farm where he wrote his books. we had talked about the kinship that i felt with the senator for his thoughtful approach to governance and his willingness to put his country ahead of the party and search for solutions rather than political expediency and she sent me this chink from the old farm house and said two square pegs in two sound holes. some people say i am a republican who bekaem a democrat and that i sound like a republican in a room full of
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democrat or a democrat in a room of republicans. i take that a compliment. more people call themselves political independents than republicans or democrats and i agree with them. our country is more important than a label. democrats in years past understood this. people like sam nun. skop jackson and john kennedy and others. americans are disgusted boy all of the talk of republicans and democrats calling each other the enemy instead of reaching out across the table and actually finding ways to work together. i know what an enemy really is from hard personal combat. the other party is not the enemy. they are the opposition. in our democracy we are lucky to have an opposition in order to have honest debate. it is creative and healthy.
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there is no opposition party countries like china because there are no elections in china or in other nondemocratic societies. over the years i have worked with democrats or republicans and my basic beliefs and principles of leadership and love of country have never changed. i proudly served four years in the reagan administration as a republican. and i proudly served in the senate as a democrat. but we need to be honest here because the very nature of our democracy is under siege dow to theñi the power instruct and yo are money that finances both political parties. our political candidates are pulled to the extremes. they are increasingly out of step with the people they are supposed to serve. poll after poll shows a strong
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polarity of americans are neither republican or democrat. and they are independent. americans don't like the extremes to which both parties moved in recent years and quite frankly never do i. i know i will hear this. and let me be first to say my views on many issues are not compatible with the power structure of the nominating base of the democratic party. that is filled with millions of dedicated and hard- working americans and his hierarchy is not comfortable with many of the policies that i have laid forth and frankly, i am not comfortable with many of theirs. for this reason, i am withdrawing from any consideration of being the democratic nominee for president so. it does not reduce in any way my concerns or the challenges facing our country or my bloef that i can provide the best
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leadership. in order to meet the challenges and my intention is to be engaged in the debates. how i remain on the voice is going to depend on the support i meet in the coming weeks as a meet with americans in the political landscape. "%pour country needs to go. re i will never change those views in order to adopt to a party platform. >> the theme of the outsider is what we are watching when it comes to the republican race for the white house. and interestingly enough jim webb announced that and referenced that when he drops out to the race for the white house with the democratic nomination. will he run as an independent. and who else will enter the race as you know? and jim webb with strong words
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and the power structure and money and candidates pulled to the extreme and not liking that and enjoying being able to work across the aisle with different people. ed henry is live inñi washingto d.c. he referenced a statement. the greatest enemy she made over the year. after a long list republicans. and indirectly hoo went after that in the few lines we just heard. >> reporter: yes, in that democratic debate hillary clinton mentioned iranians an enemy of hers and republicans right after that and that upset gop leaders and clearly upset jim webb and vice-president biden who is mulling whether to into the race. biden two days in a row has mentioned that republicans are my friends. two different speeches and
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doesn't mention hillary clinton or the enemy comment but you hear the thread of democrats who feel her comment was out of step. jim webb didn't have relevance in the polls, you are right and not much impact on the democratic race. but number one, you are making an important point that it is the year of the outsider on the republican side. here on the democratic side. jim webb brought a lot of experience to the table. former secretary of the navy and was not valued in the campaign and the point of extremes in politics on the right and left, this is someone who served as secretary of navy under president ronald reagan and served in the senate as a democrat and that is not valued by the voers right now. in the republicans primaries, more of a race to the right and democratic side hillary clinton trying to blunt the damage from bernie sanders and flip flop on
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key positions on the transpacific partnership. and the major point moving forward. jim webb will say in his remarks, we have a copy of them, he will love his options open for a independent run. and what if donald runs as an independent. that would throw it to the democrats. didn't have much traction as a democrat. but he was elected in the battleground in virginia and if he takes votes away from hillary clinton and the democratic nominee. virginia and north carolina and colorado, that could impact, jenna. >> very interesting, and this is a breaking development on the democratic side. thank youmuch. >> reporter: good to see you. >> so poll numbers resulting from that most recent democratic debate. hillary clinton's numbers are on
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the rebound cording to the abc news washington post. she has doubled bernie sanders 54- 23. and vice-president coming in at 16 percent. and the nbc wall street journal poll has her at froin. and biden at 15 percent. and so we'll talk about the numbers with don halper. and rebecca bird is a national political reporter for real clear politics. it a pier peers that mrs. clinton did herself in faf offer in the debate performance. >> no doubt about it. she was polished and comfortable on stage and seemed more likeable than she came off in public appearances and performances. and her team was happy with her and the polls reflect why they are happy. people are reallying around her.
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but the trick is when you have a good debate performance and the trick is to make it stick. we saw carly fiorina have a great debate and now her numbers are coming down. clinton needs to calcify the impressions that she's likeable and polished and she is the clear front runner in the democratic primary right now. >> if you compare the most recent numbers with last week's numbers she is up six percent in the same poll. 42 percent. up more than that. she was 42 percent last month and up to 54 percent now and up 12 points and most of that seems to come at the expense of vice-president biden who was at 21 percent last month and down to 16 percent right now. does this, do those numbers close the door on a potential joe biden candidacy. >> no. i don't think so.
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it is a one person race and hillary clinton is the front runner and the debate shored up her support and people realized maybe they are soft on hillary clinton and could go for joe boyd bide and thought there is no one else to support. el hill is the only viable presidential danned cappedidate. and i think her support is softer. but biden has hasn't signalled he will come in and if he does that in the next couple of days, everything changes and what we know the race is different and changes drastically due to the seismic shift. it is in joe biden's hands or it is a coronation for hillary clinton or does the sitting vice-president give her a run for the money. we don't know the answer to that question. there is a huge opening and he could get the support and put up
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a fight. >> there is a lot of tea leaf reading in joe biden's actions today. he said something today that has people's tongues wagging. listen to this. >> first thing i did for real. when the president asked me whether i would be vetted i said no, thank you, i don't want to be a vice-president. i thought i could help him more as chairman of the foreign relations committee and he said i need to know right away. i said no, i don't want to do this. i was on the spent. i spent 80 percent of my life on the train. he said how much time dow need. i don't need time. >> he talked it over with his family and accepted the vice-presidential nomination. should we read into in that. >> i saw a lot to read into
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actually. joe biden taking subtle swipes at hillary clinton portraying himself as closest advisor to vice-president among the cabinet secretaries more so than hillary clinton was and presenting himself as the best steward to run as the third obama term. and that is going to be the question in the democratic primary. joe biden moves forward. is hillary clinton a believable third term obama candidate or joe biden and say he is closer to what obama represents. >> that's what the democrats. >> our neighbor to the north elects a new prime minister. we'll look closer.
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>> up from american election head quarters and presidential will politics. our regular segment giving you a chance to waskw ask white house candidates issues that concern you. i am joined by rick sanatorium who spent time in iowa where he edged mitt romney. so just to point out to our vowers and you senator, we picked four and we have more. and our vowers can tweet and live chat and follow-up. it is a lot of fun. i like to remind myself you are the father of seven kids. and all families have a question
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of what does this country look like for the next generation. isn't bringing manufacturing job back to the united states a pipe dream? what is the plan. senator how do you respond. >> i would make america the number one manufacturing job. it is our tax policy and regulatory and litigation policy and trade policy. it is not that americans can't compete. we have innovation, the government has made it impossible. i put together a plan and introduced it last monday to make us competitive on our tax rate and competitive in our expansion. and we encourage manufacturing and we allow full expensing. and the 2 trillion sitting overseas in banks by
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manufacturers, we'll get it back here and reinvest in plan equipment and a policy of free-trade. and make sure that american manufacturers can compete. if you look at regulatory environment and i will repeat every single obama regulation that cost manufacturers more than 100 million. and you put the government, and allowing manufacturers to compete on level playing field we'll get them back and then some. >> you need the democrats to help you with that? where do you start? you mentioned policys and regulations to get changed. how dow you get the other side to come along with you. >> putting together a economic plan that is focused on being manufacturing. michigan and ohio and pennsylvania. look at the states that lost manufacturing jobs and people
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back now with former pennsylvania senator and rick sanatorium taking your questions. the chairman of the joint chiefs is in iraq. he's on the ground in iraq and general dunnford, he makes it clear that there is no russian intervention. we have alexand ria and joshua. and what is priority number one when it comes to combating islamic extremism. >> i think that number one is iran. they are on a pathway thanks to this president to a nuclear weapon and we have to take them off that path. the president set forth a policy that leads to a war, a war that is dangerous, not only for israel as you know, the iranians want to wipe off of the face of
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the earth. but also this country, the west. when i was in the united states senate is octoberored a bill to put the original sanctions on iowa ran in 2004 and 5 to make sure iran doesn't have a nuclear weapon. i will have the highest priority as president to make iran not to get a nuclear weapon. >> what is the number one mistake this administration made in national security. >> you can't make a bigger mistake than jeopardizing the security of your country and that's what president obama did. iran is ruled by theocrates and they believe the end of the world is coming and to bring about their savior. it is a radical sect and they
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happen to control iran and getting a weapon that could bring about their doomsday scenario. and we can't allow it to happen and the president of the united states did something not only dangerous for israel but the entire world. >> you have played a lot of the different roles as a congressman and senator and presidential candidate as well. and the way things work in washington, how did you negotiate with democrats while in office? you were able to maintain your stature as a conservative and can you provide examples of how you did that? >> welfare reform was the greatestlishment in the last 25 years. i wrote the bill in the house on the ways and means committee and managed the bill on the floor of the senate. president clinton vetoed that bill twice and we had to make
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concessions. there are good compromises and bad compromises. good is getting less of a good thing. and bad compromise and republicans entered in far to many. it is bad thing. and no, that is not a good compromise. and welfare reform was good compromise and ended federal entitlement and cut the amount of money and froze. it and required work and we put a time limit onñr welfare. employment went up and poverty levels went to the lowest levels ever. we negotiated it and i can tell you conservative groups in washington d.c., they vilified me for making those compromises. you have to know your convictions. >> i have a final question on this. where did you think the republican party went wrong on this? you are criticizing the way they
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are negotiating now. and where did you think they went down the wrong path? >> by refusing to fight on the issues that are important to this country. the immigration and planned parenthood. you have to have a game plan and go to the people in your party and frankly in the other party that are uncomfortable for these things. the president's abuse of power and immigration and planned parent hood and horrible videos. and say what can you do? what can we get done? you are not a conservative and that doesn't solve anything. >> you are talking about strat edgic vision. >> we'll move through them. and the question for you is what is next. and tell us about the game plan.
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we'll be through this before. & i ended up winning the 11 states and two and half months after the poll came out. two weeks before the iowa caucus i was at two percent in the the national polls and so i don't pay attention to those. i learned they don't matter much. you have to work hard and build your base of support and be second on a lot of people's list and third on people's list. when people get closer to election day and folks they say they are for, they find that the glitter is not gold and you look for the second or third choice. and i feel very, very confident we'll surprise people in iowa. >> and by the way, i remember a lot of talk about the sweater vest. is that vintage because that is
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four years ago. why is that? >> we are having family discussions about that. i have a teenage daughter who is trying to give me fashion advice. the sweater vest is still there unless you come up with something that is2esually as iconic, we may have to go back. right now no decision made. >> fair point, we understand when it comes to fashion you have to consult. >> particularly your daughters. >> senator, we look forward to having you back. thank you for your time today. >> there is a major shake-up north of the border spoking of politics. canada our biggest trading partner has a new leader. what it may mean for the controversial keystone pipeline. >> and a horrific attack be in israel. a driver wields through the crowd weilding a knife.
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and how police reacted. >> they were supposed to be in a middle of a training exercise. see what happen when a young boyfalls in a river and gets taken down by the current. aleve. all day strong. .
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>> another vicious attack boy a palestinian, this time with a car as violence rocks jerusalem in the west bank.
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ten israelis and dozens of palestinians now dead in the fighting. today a palestinian rams his vehicle in a group of israeli and leaped out to slash them with the knife. two people were killed before he was shot. a netanyahu said it is irresponsible behavior for not condemning this string of attacks. >> liberal party candidateñr canada. his platform was to rebuild relationship with united states. this is as the decision is pending on the keystone pipeline. and it is best reflected in the
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view of the keystone pipeline. he is a liberal but in favor of the keystone pipe p line. my support for keystone is steadfast. on another occasion, the government failed to move the yard sticks in our generation the pipeline. they havexd needlessly antagonizing our closest friend. trudeau's support that it is part of the canadian economy. he suggested that no country sitting on the world's second largest fuel reserve would let it sit idly. that will not change president obama's vow. it is held up boy lawsuits filed by various states. moments ago, white house press second said it is important not to reduce the canada/u.s.
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relationship to one single issue. >> there is a whole range of issues where the united states and canada worked to advance the interest of the countries. they have made a substantial part of the counter isil coalition. and canada is an important part of making the transpacific partnership a reality. >> president obama is widely expected to reject the pipeline sooner than later. james cleb of bold nebraska said that decision could come before the paris climate talks that are scheduled before december. and josh earnest said secretary kerry is heading up the view of the pipeline and the canadian elections will have no bearing on what decision is made here in the united states. back to you. >> waiting for it, doug, back to
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you. >> training exercise turning in a real life emergency for first responders in texas, watch. obviously emergency crews saving a young boy, swept away in swift current. the commander pulled him to safety just in time and the child returned to his parents. he is expected to be okay. >> an emotional reunion for families torn apart by the korean war. >> and this is the first time many are seeing each other since the fighting between the countries more than 60 years ago. the koreans are technically still at war and started to hold the reunions first years ago. >> queen elizabeth pulling out
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the stopsñi welcoming china's president to the uk. >> and a new study on doggie dna settling the debate over the origin of man's best friend. ♪
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like at all. and breaking news about breast cancer screenings. new recommendations that everyone needs to hear in the top of the hour. >> "happening now", a very, very royal welcome. ♪ queen elizabeth meeting china's president and his wife in london for an official state visit. there is a speech this afternoon and a lavish banquet. they came from might be winding down. evidence suggest that man's best friend showed up on the scene 15000 years ago. and where has remained a mystery and new study of doggie dna pointed to central asia what is near nepal and mongolia as the
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birth place of the dog. the assistant professor at cornel university. i thought dogs were descended from the wolf. you are saying that skshlly the wolf from which they came, came out of nepal and mongolia. >> that's what it is looking like. we learned that they dogs were descended from gray wolves but where does this happen. >> and it was a genetic study. you studied feral will and wild dogs all over the world. how did that point to central asia. >> we looked at 5000 and feral dogs. we see genetic traces doper in time where as the pure breed modern breeding that skewed the genetic signatures. and looking at free ranging dogs, we see the pattern of
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genetic diversity in central asia that is consistent with the species there. and that is where they originated or spread worldwide and people found themeful? >> yes, dogs were domesticating before we did plants and animals and before the agricultural revolution. world champions were hunters and also humans were hunters and being around the same skills and it was one of the first steps toward the first domesticated species. >> it might help someone win at trivial pursuit. what does it scientific do for the dog population or the humans who love them? >> this is the first time dog population worldwide are characterized to this degrow there is over a billion dogs in
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the world and vast majority are not purebred but feral populations that are out there. and they are unique and interesting and some of them are under you know stress from imported dogs coming in and taking over. we see that in the pacific islands and central and south america, dogs are now on the streets today deratified from european and not the local dogs. >> this is a way to preserve the blood lines? >> i think to some degree that and as a biologically i am interested to how they adapt. purebreds are diverse and selected for many things and these dogs are survivors and they are adapted to resist disease and environmental stress and there is little understanding of that. and this is the first step to get to the bottom of that.
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>> retracing the steps or the descendants of the dog and family tree of the dog. back to central asia, does it help you in treating current dog conditions and disease and that sort of thing? >> sure, if we know what the initial range ofiaration that helps us to see genes that are predisposed to diseases. and in human population there is an increase in allergies and things because of the overly hygienic population. and the purebred dogs are exhibiting that as well. understanding how genetic variants an account in natural population is important for developing better therys of disease. >> my dog is anything from purbred. he came from the boxer rescues
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and not ñrentirely a boxer. thank you for the research. thank you very much. >> winston, the unofficial mascot of "happening now". >> he was happy to learn where his people came from. >> i didn't know dogs were domesticated earlier than the agriculturial revolution. >> i was in italy and met people who had a domesticated wolf puppy who wandered on their puppy. >> did that make you want to have one? >> my first dog was half wolf. >> and we are learning more about winston. and one school system getting a boost of donation from the ceo of facebook. is it helping the students. and a player down the fold said it could offer better care that government workers.
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massive influx of hundreds of millions of dollars is flowing through newark, new jersey's educational pipeline. thanks to a campaign kicked off by mark zuckerberg. still, five years later, parents and critics alike say they're not seeing the progress. we're live with more on this story. >> good afternoon. that's right. it's been about five years now since mark zuckerberg steps in pledging $100 million, hoping to turn education around in newark and make it a model for other cities around the country to look to. now some are giving that effort a failing grade. in 2010, schools in newark were in such bad shape, the dropout rate was close to 50%.
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that's when zuckerberg teamed up with chris christie and cory booker who raised another $100 million in matching funds, hoping the influx of money would help students succeed. many believe too much of that money went to consultants. >> we really didn't see any of the money into the actual school system. buildings were not being refurbished. we didn't see things in the line of great technology. >> the foundation for newark's future, the group set up to distribute the money, says it's not a quick fix. >> we're very proud of some of the accomplishments we have had. it's a long-term proposition so we're not there yet. >> newark's new jersey charter schools have seen some success, believing the answer may be removing the red tape. >> one of the big benefits of charter schools is we don't have all the sort of rules and bureaucracy that some of the dict schools have. >> while the graduation rate in newark public schools is only up about 14% since 2010, the foundation cites the opening of six new schools as evidence that
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progress is happening. zuckerberg and his wife are wanting to impact education beyond just newark. recently giving about $120 million to the bay area for low income schools. this time, though, they're hoping parents and teachers play a more hand-on role in where the money goes. >> interesting story. by the way, welcome to the fox news channel. it's your first time on happening now. we welcome you. >> i'm so happy to be here. >> thanks. >> thank you so much. >> well, a major fail by a couple of stretcher bearers at a soccer match in greece, trying to help remove an injured player from the field, but things don't exactly go as planned. first, they fail to properly secure him on the stretcher, causing all three of them to fall over each other. not once, but twice. after struggling a second time --
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>> wait. >> yeah. they finally manage to bring the player to safety on the sidelines. not before letting go of the stretcher in midair and just kind of plopping him on the ground. that video is causing a stir online. luckily, the player suffering only minor injuries. he's expected to be okay. >> i mean, come on. >> that's why they use the gator. >> did they work for the other team? i mean, there's a lot of questions about this. >> you have to wonder. >> have to put your seat belts on. >> when is a kiss more than just a kiss? when it's hershey's and their brand-new supersize kiss with even more sweetness thrown in. it's new, it's out there. it's part of the final 30, and it's next. [ male announcer ] eligible for medicare?
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