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answered the questions we were asked. and what drives me the most crazy about those things are, you get up on that stage, people don't like the question, they don't answer it, they think that you're really not listening. they think you're at home, maybe distracted by the potato chips or by a phone call or something that you listen. the people in iowa listen. stacey: one of christiees competitors, markey rubio, went to iowa. he joked that somethinged seemed to be missing from last night's debate. rubio asked the crowd for their votes monday night hefplg said he's the candidate who can unify the party for a win in november. >> today i'm here three days away, to ask you to caucus for me on monday night. [applause] number one, because i will unit this party.
but we cannot win unless we are together. and i am the only one left running that at the end of the nomination process can unite this party. we cannot win if we're divided. and the sooner we can unite at the end of this contest, the better off we're going to be in terms of winning. >> on the -- steve: on the democratic side, bernie sanders was in iowa today, holding a meeting in mount pleasant he focused on those who choose to follow a me first philosophy. >> there are those people who think that what america is about is that everybody should be in it for themselves. what life is about is you doing anything that you can to advance yourself. but you don't have to pay attention or have compassion for anybody else. that you walk over people, that are homeless. you ignore veterans who are struggling. that's not what you're supposed to worry about.
to worry about is yourself. i don't agree with that definition of what america is supposed to be. steve: he was at iowa wesleyian college in mount pleasant. hillary clinton going after the youth vote this morning. stacey: cynthia was there. cynthia: it was interesting to see many who came out to see hillary clinton still aren't sure they'll caucus for her. at her get out the vote rally, hillary clinton is reaching out to those still riding the fence. >> those of you still shop, trying to make up your minds, i hop i can intersuede you. cynthia: recent polls show 39% of caucus voters undecided. >> i'm tosh between hillary and bernie but i'm trying to educate myself. cynthia: i asked college-educated students why
>> i like what both have to stay, that's what puts men the fence. cynthia: she she likes hillary but is feeling the burn, she likes single payer health care. >> the economy, health care. i'm for universal health care. >> carlos rodriguez likes bernie's free college plan but is leaning toward hillary. >> i think it would benefit a lot of people to have a lower amount of tuition and i think hillary, i like her stance on gay rights. cynthia: on the republican side with a dozen candidates -- >> their stances are so varied between all of them, there's a lot to consider. cynthia: what do you think it will come down to for you? >> probably cruz and rubio. cynthia: as the hours count down to caucus -- >> please, between now and monday night, think hard because the stakes are high. steve: those grandview students who came out to see hillary
for an up close comparison since bernie will be there sunday night and almost all the candidates will be all over the state over the next three days. stacey: media from around the world has come to des moines for the caucuses. steve: we're joined now by abc news chief white house correspondent major fware rhett. i know you're covering republicans most of all. but let's talk about hillary clinton, email, 70 released 2 deemed top secret. how might this impact her campaign? major: anyone who is uncertain about hillary clinton, the timing couldn't possibly be worse. the clinton campaign says this is just about intelligence agencies disagreeing about levels of classification, it's a bureaucratic argument. but this story keeps moving on. it doesn't end. one of the things that is problematic for any candidate is when a starry can't end and
voters say, wait a minute. i see smoke, maybe there's fire. it gives them pause. that's the last thing hillary clinton can afford this close to the caucus. >> less impact because this is the caucuses, not the general, just democrats on monday night? major: certainly but this is a democratic conversation that's very important if you're trying to decide who is the most formidable nominee for the party. that's one thing iowa voters and new hampshire voters take seriously. they don't just view this as their own personal choice, it is that, but it's also a larger choice for the party. i saw that in 2008 when barack obama was launched here against hillary clinton and john edwards, who were running formidable, great grassroots campaigns, obama changed the conversation and became the nominee. stacey: let's talk about the republicans, specifically the debate last night. was cruz hurt in that debate? major: he was bruised for the first time. i've talked to a lot of republicans who think maybe
avoided what was going to be incoming toward him and it landed on ted cruz, the other co-frontrunner here in iowa. the other thing that struck me about the debate, it was a completely different dynamic. candidates who were tense in every previous debate because donald trump changes the atmosphere were more relaxed, drove their message harder and had good nights. i would put rand paul definitely on that list. jeb bush had a good night. he was relaxed. marco rubio is a capable debater derek baits are his best sort of campaign place, and he had a very good night but the relaxed at moss fer and substantive conversation was completely different and we did not see that when donald trump was on the stage in priest debates. sfoip you spoke with the governor who has an optimistic prediction about turnout on monday night. major: the governor said it could be 150,000, nearly 30,000 than the previous republican record. i asked who was driving it he,
lot of it but there were others. turnout that high with snow and heavy winds predicted would be a big story. stacey: ground game is everything in the caucus, who has the best ground game? major: ted cruz. seven or eight months ago i would have said ben carson but he's lost tremendous momentum. if this is a caucus on the republican side that is, like every o'caucus, turnout all around the state, organize, precinct captains, ted cruz is still the odds on favorite. but if donald trump has changed the math, changed the dynamic and changed the conversation, he could be the winner here and if he's the winner here, not many republicans i know believe he could do anything other than secure the nomination. steve: cbs news chief washington correspondent major garrett. not all candidates plan to be in iowa when the caucus volts are
jeb bush, chris christie and john kasich won't host post-post caucus parties in iowa because they'll already be in new hampshire. that's the next stop in the presidential race. while they all poll in single digits here in iowa they're all doing better in the east. but that doesn't mean candidates like jeb bush aren't trying to sway iowa voters. he spent part of the day in carroll and was asked questions from whether he would nominate barack obama to the supreme court owhether he had anything good to say about his opponents like hillary clinton. >> i give her respect of being intelligent, knowledgeable, policy oriented. she has a set of detailed plans that are very different than mine but she's, you know, she's sincere in that regard. she believes what she believes.
y and trustworthiness. steve: is some of this campaigning having an impact on small town voters? stacey: vanessa pentagon traveled to ogden and has more on this there. vanessa: we stopped by the lucky pig a popular downtown restaurant. most said they haven't made up their mind about the presidential candidate in this smalltown iowa restaurant, the and politics. >> we've got to stand up for americans. >> these two meet at the lucky pig nearly every friday for the special. with the iowa caucuses just days away, this friday they were talking presidential candidates. >> i'll just be glad when it's all over. >> i don't trust her. >> i don't trust hillary either. but i don't trust trump either. >> the only thing i like about trump, he's got a heck of a business. vanessa: the focus was
candidate donald trump. >> he's concerned, he's serious, he wants to get the country going but i don't know if he knows the political background needed to get it done properly. vanessa: he told his friend this presidential election year is different than others. >> nobody else really stands out. >> bernie sanders does to me. >> he's the best democrat, i think, right now. >> i even switched family over to bernie. >> that's pretty good. it's too close to call right now. after the iowa caucuses things will settle down and people will rise, people are going to drop. vanessa: as for ted cruz and marco rubio, they say they don't take those two candidates seriously. stacey: stay with kcci for your best caucus night coverage. you'll see the best live reports
monday nice' primetime lineup will be preempted. "scorpion" and "ncis: los angeles" will air early tuesday morning and an all new ep sed of "supergirl" will be seen wednesday morning at 1 deln 37 a.m. steve: there's some concern about the weather on caucus day. kurtis: looks like she the system will stay away for most of the evening. temperatures 29, mostly cloudy sky, hit the mid 40's today. tomorrow will be another pleasant day. we'll start the day with some sunshine, a cool start at 30 by noon, 41. high temperature 45 degrees. now less wind tomorrow so it will feel a bit more pleasant out there with those mid 40's. sunday, 39. it's a fast moving system that moves through on sunday. we could see a light mix here early. i think a better chance north of highway 20, might get a light
then the system we've been talking about again, monday, maybe 11:00 at the earl jets here in the metro, 11:00 p.m. through the a.m. then the winds start to howl. especially later in the day on tuesday and that will create problems with blowing snow. my future cast takes you right into tuesday. i'll have details on that coming up. steve: thank you, kurtis. how could this impact the caucuss? a tremendous amount of visitors from campaign workers to media to candidates themselves will be trying to get out of iowa as soon as they can. for most that means tuesday morning. >> some japanese reporters i talked to wanted to see me tuesday, but they said it has to be before noon because they have 3:00 flights out of cedar rapids. they could not get a seat out of des moines on any flight as it is without any storm.
pair of robbers who elled up this the central bank on university east of 42nd street. two men dressed in hefty clothing entered the back public entrance of the back. one robber showed a gun and ordered tellers and customers to the ground. after getting some cash, the two men ran out the back, no one was hurt. police arrested a man minutes after he robbed a bank this morning. a man robbed a great western bank just before 10:00. witnesses who saw that robbery tracked the suspect. telling police dispatchers where he was going. officers arrested -year-old juan charges. steve: still to come, the vote is in, the winner a legendary east side des moines barbecue place that returned just for the
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to step up security an along the court after district in des moines. stacey: kim st. onge is downtown with more. kurtis: this is obviously -- kurtis: this is quite a -- kim: this is obviously quite a bit darker. they say add manager light could make this whole
area a lot safer. the november shooting death of 21-year-old emanuel perez put a spotlight on downtown des moines security. police believe installing lights in unlit parking lots and alleys could help. >> we budget for street lighting, for the public. that's where we budget for. private areas are responsibility of the private business owners. kim: police started going door to door to ask business owners if they'd foot the bill. >> we need to make it safer, make it brighter, make it family
help. kim: girlman is willing to pay for lights out of his own pocket but believes more needs to be done. the des moines based company electronic engineering will play some part in donating security cameras, but police say the extra set of
eyes only goes so far. >> they're great for evidence after a crime. we find some people will commit a crime in front of a crowd of people so they may still commit a crime in front of cameras. kim:: it's a much needed step that should have been done before. >> it's hard to believe in this day and age that there aren't any cameras on court avenue. kim: for more information about electronics engineering new donation coming up in a few weeks. steve: a popular des moines lunch spot that closed several years ago reopen -- reopened
a dozen people -- dozens of people stood in line for big daddy's barbecue. the family said they heard from a lot of people who missed big daddy's after it closed. >> for the iowa caucus we decided to open. people are coming up asking us, when are you opening up again? we're glad to be able to open for the three days. steve: big daddy's barbecue will be open tomorrow and monday. stacey: i think we just found our dinner spot. kurtis: oh, yeah. and if you're from out of tub, load it up with the hot sauce. here's your planner. stay in the 30's. partly cloudy, 10:00 p.m., 38, pretty nice start for late january. 30 degrees in the morning hour. that's kind of mild. we'll warm up into the 40's tomorrow. a little less wind.
the southerly winds help mix up the atmosphere, bringing in warmer air. 45 degrees at noon. it stays cloudy to the northeast. there are clouds wheeling through right now but generally quiet across the state. snow in mp. if you're traveling tomorrow, there. upper 50's, kansas city, st. louis, chicago, 47. now the system to the north, a little bit of a mix, some of that may dip into northern iowa as we head into saturday night. but the first wave moves on through. here comes the secondary one. a light mix possible with this. we will stay mild and i think a better chance of precipitation early sunday morning, north of highway 20. so here's future cast. clearing out tonight. saturday starts with sunshine and then the clouds fill in fairly quickly. here's that light rain moving into northwestern iowa.
some of the models kipped -- dipped, all the way to central iowa, rain, a little snow, then it pulls on out. most of monday looks dry. we've been watching to see what happens here. quiet, 7:00 p.m. let's see when the snow moves in. snow moving in at midnight. s the latest model run. i just got this five minutes ago. so it's slowing up the system a bit. but then watch what happens tuesday morning. big snow moving in to about the western half of the state. temperatures, well, they'll get kind of chilly with this system, especially late. what we're watching for snow, is potentially a heavy band of snow from the metro, interstate 0. moderate snow in this area. looks like the like he -- lightest amount southeast. rain in north western iowa. right now the system is in the central pacific and there's not
once it makes landfall the forecast gets more accurate. 45 tomorrow, your best chance of sunshine would be early. sunday, that weak system, better chances of a mix to the north. monday, generally try and then here comes the big snows on tuesday. i do want to point out late tuesday into early wednesday, we're talking high winds. so no matter how much snow we get, it's going to blow around and then we'll blow in colder air for the roves the book with lows in the single digits, highs around 20. stacey: around here, friday night means hoops.
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where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> it is time for week four of friday night hoops here on iowa's sports leader. we've got a bunch of great games to get to tonight. plenty of fun games, interesting matchups and any time you get valley and doweling to get together, i don't care if it's basketball or didlywinks, it's going to be a lot of fun. tonight, boys and girls basketball, our shared game of the week. tony has a preview of the night
tony: valley taking on doweling, need i say more? tonight the rivalry hits the hardwood. they're both playing fantastic, the maroon only two losses on the year, the valley, untouched, undefeated. they know when it comes to the battle of west des moines, anything goes. >> great opportunity for us to take a step forward for what we want to accomplish. i think we're just excited, ready to have some fun tonight. it's going to be a great challenge. they are capable of beating us. we have to be ready to play. tony: when it comes to boys' basketball, tigers are on top. >> our biggest concern is to keep getting better every day.
we know it's obviously probably unrealistic to make it through an entire season without getting beat so we're trying to focus on each day and getting better. >> it's a chance for the tighters to move to 15-0. are there any perfect season rituals like not changing your
>> not any more than normal. tony: here's hoping the socks won't smell too bad on the floor tonight. >> that's good investigative journalism there. boys game kicks off at :30, girls game already under way. here's our games of the week. our you make the call, dallas playing host to newton. it will be a cool moment when d.c.g.'s own toeny watson comes ba to his hometown gym. they're retire his jersey tonight. he was a
major league all-star as a relieve for the pittsburgh pirates. we'll have girls' basketball as well. doweling valley of course, southeast poke centennial should be a great game. and the hawkettes on the road at waukee. both of our iowa teams on are on
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stacey: nice to enjoy this fog. kurtis: 45 degrees saturday, it's a fast-moving system. monday, 37. tuesday, that's a big system. i've got a brand new future cast that goes into tuesday afternoon coming up. steve: this is an hour-long newscast, coming up in our second half-hour, wyle we'll track the candidates as they crisscross the state in the
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stacey: our special hour-long edition of kcci news at 6:00 continues now. with just three days until the caucuses, campaigns and their vol treers hitting the ground hard. steve: they're holding rallies and going door to
door to try to get people to come out and monday night and caucus. >> ted cruz wants to remain the center of attention in iowa. >> we can save this exceptional nation, this shining city on a hill. >> he was in the spotlight at last night's debate after donald trump was a no-show. most polls show him in second place behind trump. >> i did something risky, but i think it was great. i'm get manager publicity than if i -- you know. >> marco rubio is vying for third place, he's on an
rubio is asking supporters to show up at caucuses monday. kim maxwell says she'll be there. >> he seemed genuine to me.
>> landing in the top three in iowa will give candidates staying power. >> who could rise up from out of the pack and do better than we expect? >> on the democratic side, bernie sanders and hillary clinton are also campaigning hard in iowa. as wesleyian college, sanders railed against big business. >> it sounds to me like we have a rigged economy. >> he has a new ad condemning goldman sachs, the giant wall street bank that is played speaking fees to clinton. she was at grandview university in des moines. >> between now and monday night think hard because the stakes are high. >> polls have clinton and sanders in a tight race. craig boswell, cbs news news. steve: this is the last weekend to reach out to iowa voters and campaign volunteers are kicking
stacey: rose heaphy has more. rose: the real hub of activity here is at the campaign offices where volunteers are donating their time to make a difference for their campaign. they'll register you and you can caucus monday night. >> campaign volunteers are hitting the sidewalks to connect with caucus goers. these
sanders supporters sometimes putting in close to 14 hour days, canvassing homes and knocking on doors, anything to help in the final days. >> i feel blessed that i have the opportunity to put my heart and soul in for a candidate who cares about my heart and my soul. >> for some volunteer, it means going theties tans. latrice jones traveled from florida to help. >> i have you down for precinct captain. >> she'll be lending her voice to phone lines for the ben carson campaign. >> when you support a candidate and said you're going too stand
with them and support them any way possible. rose: volunteers will be on the phones all weekend. they'll be doing more canvassing. you can see their dedication. one person said this has been the best experience of her life. live in des moines, rose heaphy, iowa's news leader. stacey: small
town voters can swing the caucuses. steve: especially in tight races like we're expected to have. that's why vanessa listened in as small town voters talked about politics. vanessa: we heard a lot in cog den, it's a town with a population of just over 2,000 people. what better spot than the lucky pig, the recipient of the 2014 best pork tenderloin in the state and we listened in as two friends, darren and reich talked about politics. one says he likes bernie sanders because he believes he's honest. the other says he prefers donnell trump.
ability to be a political leader but likes trump's no-nonsense attitude and money management skills. >> we don't take sales pitches. we want the honest truth, straight up, and even if we don't like it, that's what we want, straight up truth. vanessa: they both don't
think hillary clinton is trustworthy. steve: last night's g.o.p. debate here in des moines reach and estimated 12.5 million viewers, ranking it sixth of the seven republican debates so far in this election cycle. the only republican debate with lower ratings was held two weeks ago on the fox business channel, a lesser-viewed cable channel. donald trump did not participate last night of course because of a feud with fox news channel. stacey: political common tator james carville, known as the ragin' cajun, is weighing in. the hillary clinton supporter
race and advice for campaign staff. >> cruz has a lot on the line. if he can't -- he doesn't misstate, he's gotten the big endorsements here in the south. if he doesn't win i think it's kind of fair to say, well el -- well, he's going to have to show something pretty good. this is any advice to anyone on a campaign. never pass up a chance to go to the bathroom or eat. buzz it may be the last one you're going to get for a long time. steve: good advice. we show you how many iowans are registered with each party but each year on president -- each year a presidential election looms, more people register with each party. democrats have seen more than 2,000 new registrations since the start of january, the republicans received nearly 3,000 new registrations.
party or with some other party. stacey: there are also a number of voters who decided to switch parties. 1rks900 voters who declared no party switched to democrat. 640 voters who were republicans are now democrats. the republicans gained measure 2,200 people who had declared no party. 924 voters who said they were democrats have now reblingstered republican. and 63 people who listed themselves as belonging to another party also joined the republicans. visit dwrors downtown have a new way to find their way around. des moines' skywalk system. downloaded free through google play or the apple store. it gives maps showing parking, restaurants and parts of the skywalk that are close and shows moines convention and visitors bureau. >> the countdown to the iowa
can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our hearts. and that journey begins here in iowa. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask you to join with us at the caucuses on monday night.
steve: most voters have taken part in an election at one point in their lives. stacey: but a smaller percentage have taken part in a caucus. weijia jiang went to a high school where state of the unions are learning about the process. weijia: presidential politics are part of the process and voters do their homework. government students have been studying too. >> why do we do the caucus every four years? >> to choose what candidates run for president. weijia: but many people outside the state find the word caucus confusing. think of at as a get-together with your neighbors. resident -- registered republicans or democrats who will be 18 by the election can participate.
candidate. then each person casts a secret ballot. for democrats, voters separate into groups based on who they support. anyone who doesn't have about 15% support in a caucus is out for that camp and the voters are free to move to other groups. the caucuses started in 1972 and the process hasn't changed much but this year it's going high tech. >> application does the math in the background. >> each precinct will
report results with this new app which will quickly determine winners. >> what did you think of this whole process? weijia: this organized chaos is the first step in picking the next president. wee ja jiang, abc news.
stacey: the address on your voting registration card may not be where you need to go. the iowa secretary of state website
has a way to find the caucus site. click on the caucus locator tab, it will ask you to type in your zip code, and your address and then give you a choice of republican or democrat caucus and take you to a map. steve: everybody wants to get to the caucus locations on monday. kurtis has a forecast. kurtis: it looks to be a-ok. tuesday -- the system slowing down a bit. mostly cloudy skies. should be 33 at 5:00 p.m. on monday, 7:00 p.m., 39, temperature 29. we're in the 40's, we topped out at 46 today. ames, 35. 40 currently in autumna. temperatures from the 30's to around 30 for a low.
morning. can't complain too much. sunrise tomorrow, 7:29. sunset, 5:27. we'll be back up into the 40's around the noon hour and we should top out on
saturday at 45 degrees. we have some sunshine today, now some clouds moving in. this system you see spinning here, that's a fast-moving, weaker system for sunday. the system we're watching is still well out to sea. get information from a few buoys out there and such leek that. once it moves ashore we get more detailed information. that's why the forecast becomes more accurate as it gets closer. it's going to be a big system for the midwest, sliding across tuesday into wednesday and wednesday morning we'll have a whole lot of wind blowing, probably get started with the wind tuesday evening. any snow that falls will blow around a whole lot. a blizzard, potential. winds over 35 miles per hour and low visibilities for three hours or more and again that's something that could be likely
so future cast tonight, quiet out there. saturday, a little bit
of sunshine. before the clouds fill on in. late saturday night, early sunday morning. some showers move in to northwestern iowa. i think we could see a light shower here. we may mix in wet snow flakes. could get a dusting, extreme northern iowa. looks dry. forecast for monday generally dry with cloud cover increasing as the days go -- as the the day gos along. midnight, southwestern iowa, early morning tuesday a whole lot of snow and then by noon, notice rain southeastern iowa but snow here in the metro to the north and those winds arriving a little later r the day on tuesday. because the system is so far away we still have potential to fine tune these amounts but it's looking like heavy snowfall, metro west and southwest. moderate snowfall north and east of that the lightest amounts eastern iowa and northwestern iowa.
partly cloudy sky, west winds five to 10. tomorrow, 45, partly sunny with a southwest wind. again that system on sunday should start as rain. i think northern iowa could mix in some wet snowflakes with a dusting, monday, generally dry, the snow on tuesday and the wind arrives later with the blowing snow and then there's cold air with this system with lows in the single digits, highs in the 20's. stacey: excuses, excuses.
one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton,
car repairs, home improvements, a family trip... it's not easy to afford them. what did marco rubio do? he put $22,000 in personal expenses on a republican party credit card. rubio's bad judgment caused a scandal and for five years rubio refused to release the credit card records. marco rubio: skipping major votes... all over the place on immigration... bad judgment. marco rubio: just too many questions. right to rise usa is responsible for the
>> kosovo has opened its first diplomatic office in iowa, right near des moines. the announcement was made at the greater partnership offices, it's part of a relationship between iowa and kosovo which started in 2011 with joivent missions with the iowa national guard. >> iowans are willing, in the heart of america to reach out to the rest of the world. stacey: a new consulate will be in the court avenue busiss suites at 309 court avenue. steve: all of us run late to work sometimes, whether it's bad traffic or oversleeping. jamie yuccas has the results of a new survey that show people come up with creative excuses for coming in late.
running behind. how often are you late? >> three of five days. jamie: some excuses are probable. >> my baby pooped. >> i told them i was throwing up sick but i really just overslept. jamie: did they buy it? >> yes. >> i didn't think it was a work tai, it was a holiday. jamie: how did that fly? >> not so much. jamie: think that's bad a suvurvay from career builder asked hiring managers the most outrageous excuses they've heard. they included my hair caught on fire from the blow drier a vasline truck overturn odd the highway, and i was detained by homeland security. but more than a third of employers say they don't care if you're late every once in while. the survey shows a quarter of us show up late at least once a month. why do we come up with an
>> to avoid any trouble. jamie: or maybe because the actual reasons are boring. the survey found more than 50% get tied up in traffic, a third oversleep and 15% were delayed dropping their kids at school or day care. jamie yuccas, cbs news, new york. steve: when you work in the afternoon, oversleeping doesn't work. most people do feel guilty about coming in late. the same survey showed more than
arrived late, they tended to car repairs, home improvements, a family trip...
it's not easy to afford them. what did marco rubio do? he put $22,000 in personal expenses on a republican party credit card. rubio's bad judgment caused a scandal and for five years rubio refused to release the credit card records. marco rubio: skipping major votes... all over the place on immigration... bad judgment. marco rubio: just too many questions. right to rise usa is responsible for the
steve: temperatures in the -- kurtis: temperatures in the 40's tomorrow, we may get a shower, monday generally dry, could be big snow tuesday. throw in the wind and blizzard conditions early wednesday morning possible. steve: thank you, kurtis. thank you for joining us. we'll be back for another full hour coming up tonight at 10:00. see you then. hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm