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and how long the hot streak will stick around.. coming up.. land fight. farmers say that
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is not looking out for them when it comes to the bakken pipeline... the stance the governor took today... and the reason farmers say it's not right. time to vote.. the elections to be decided tomorrow at the local level.. and how many people are expected to show up at the polls.. art force iowa.. the non-profit giving new direction to troubled teens.. and the numbers that show it works.. from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at
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good evening. i'm lynn melling. thank you for joining us. iowa landowners who refuse to allow their property to be used for a proposed oil pipeline ... could be forced to do it. and today they learned the corner. aaron brilbeck has the story... governor branstad says he believes eminent domain can and should be used for some pipeline projects. "i don't think that we should eminent domain should never be used. but i also believe that the law that is in place that gives the utilities board the responsibility to do it is appropriate."the governor's comments came after u.s. senator rand paul told landowners in newton over the weekend that private land should never be taken through eminent domain to benefit a private company. dakota access, llc wants to use the land for an under-ground pipeline that would carry roughly a half from north dakota..through iowa..and to a distribution center in illinois. the governor
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stresses...no land will be seized. "they're not taking the land. they're only using the land to put a pipeline through. and we've had thousands of miles of pipeline put through this state."farmer leonard larson has this trailer on his land near i-35. the pipeline would go through his family's property. larson says the governor is wrong. "for them to come along and take our ground for their business, that's almost similar to rape."the pipeline would slice diagonally across 18 counties in iowa. dakota access has said 68-percent of affected property owners have agreed to easements allowing the pipeline. the iowa utilities board will hold public hearings on the pipeline starting november fourth. the governor says he'll stand by the board's decision. "boy, i'll tell ya. we might as well move out of the state if the governor's gonna have that kind of an attitude on the situation. we have them to protect us. not to sell us down the stream." again, the iowa utilities board
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pipeline starting this wednesday, november fourth. the board could make it's decision about whether to allow the property to be seized through eminent domain in december or january. tomorrow is election day in municipalities across polk county... voters will be choosing their mayors and city councils.. and the polk county auditor is hoping for a big voter turnout. 21:57:30--43 'we are looking for a better turnout than we had four years ago. four years ago in des moines, we had 5100 people vote. weve already had 700 absentee ballots in one of the wards alone, so we think its going to be a better turnout than four years ago.' jamie fitzgerald -- says between 12 and 15 percent would be considered a good turnout. that's compared to a voter turnout in presidential elections of between 80-85 percent. for the last school board election, there was only a four and a half percent turnout in the county. 21:55:46--21:56:06 'if you look at your property tax bill, the biggest percentage are local governments, whether its school board, cities, counties, thats a huge portion
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of your, if not all of your property tax bill, and you know these are the low turnouts. these are where a few votes totally matter.' the polls open at seven o'clock in the morning and close at eight at night. if youre not registered to vote, you can call the election office and they'll help you get through the process. a former i-b-m executive is now the head of the university of iowa... today was bruce harreld's first day as president. and he told his critics, that he was there to stay. "they're gonna have a hard time figuring out how to move forward here, so i'm more concerned about them, what are they gonna do what's their option here? i am here, i am started, here we go, you know what's next? we've got to move on." harreld has been under scrutiny since he first was selected by the board of regents to lead the university two months ago. he's been met with a lawsuit and numerous votes of no-confidence. critics say the search process to hire harreld was flawed, and that he
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isn't qualified for the job. a soldier memorial in a knoxville park that stirred up controversy will move to private property. this is the statue, a silhouette of a soldier kneeling in front of a cross. an anonymous person in knoxville complained that the cross was on government property. then a washington d-c based group threatened to sue if the city didn't remove it. tonight, the knoxville city council voted three to two to move the cross to private property. a battlefield memorial statute will go up in the park... as originally planned. des moines police are investigating how a young mother of two was run over by the car she was riding in. clem 17:27:42 she was getting ready to go to college in a few months. she was a hard worker. just, she's... she's going to missed by many 59 the loss of 22 year old haley hols leaves her uncle and the rest of her
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family and friends devastated. she died after being hit by a vehicle driven by her boyfriend, sam archer. police say the couple was heading home from a halloween party, when they came across a train. when archer went to turn around, hols somehow fell out of the car, and was run over. police 17:25:59 was speed a factor? was there an erratic move and if there was, was there a reason for that? those are the things we look at, what contributed to her coming out of the car 07 sargent paul parizek says the accident investigation does not show that alcohol or any foul play contributed to her death. hols was the mother of a five year old son and nine month old daughter. she would have turned 23 years old.. next week. a woman is in the hospital and in legal trouble after police say she broke into a nebraska zoo to pet a tiger. "if you stuck your hand in the tiger cage, what do you think would happen?" "well i would hope that it would just lick my hands." "what do you think would happen?" "i definitely would get it bit
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and it's the second answer that happened halloween night in omaha. police say jacqueline eide broke into henry doorly zoo... somehow getting past the fence and security. when she got to the tiger cages... they say she jumped a fence into a secure area... then reached into the cage of mai... an 18-year-old tiger. police say mai bit down on eide's hand, causing severe injuries. doctors say she might lose parts of her fingers. edie faces a trespassing charge. the zoo's executive director says they are now adding more security cameras to monitor the grounds and gates. the calendar says.. it is now november.. but the temperature outside tells a different story.. meteorlogist brett mcintyre has weather details.. brett... unbelievably beautiful weather out there.. clear skies this evening with breezy southwest winds tonight. temperatures will quickly drop from the upper 70s we had this afternoon to the upper 50s later this evening. another sunny, breezy and warm day
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there's still much more to come tonight..
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coming up next.. art force iowa.. the non-profit giving new direction to troubled teens.. and the numbers that show it works.. and later.. at 9-30.. crash investigation.. the very latest on the russian plane that crashed in egypt.. what officials say may have brought down the aircraft.. from who h-d iowa's high
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jeb bush was a very strong governor, probably the strongest governor in the history he was a young guy and i think there were some folks in the legislature that thought they might be able to run over him. that didn't happen. one tax cut wasn't enough- he had to do more. it wasn't enough to have 15,000 kids with school choice in florida, he wanted to have 100,000 kids. if he didn't like a project, it was going to be vetoed. it didn't matter if you were a republican. it didn't matter if you were his best friend. he said: 'this is where we're going, this is how we're going to reform state government...' every politician comes in talking about making change, and generally there's not much change. but governor bush made a lot of changes. he got the nickname veto corleone. if he saw something in the budget that he thought violated his conservative principles, you could guarantee it was gonna get whacked. he vetoed a bunch of my stuff and i was the senate president. the message to washington, d.c., is 'get ready...' because there will be change.
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16:18:47 "there's a lot of power in the arts, in a way that's not necessarily recognized for at-risk youth." 16:19:01 :01-:05 reducing crime... through art. that's the mission one des moines group is on... and so far, they say, it's working. ever since art-force-iowa opened its doors three years ago, the small non-profit downtown has given court-involved youth a place to express themselves. and the numbers don't lie... these kids are choosing to chase after their talents and stay out of trouble. reid chandler has this story. < in a small room, with a small staff, art-force-iowa is bringing out the creativity in some of des
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moines' court- involved youth. "the niche to fill is, you know, out-of- school art opportunities. and they also can't necessarily get them in school, even in schools where they're offered. it's a place for them to come and express themselves." - john mark feilmeyer - executive director, artforceiowa john mark feilmeyer came to lead the non-profit three years ago. he says, through art, these kids are finding their purpose. "you're not doing well in math, you're not doing well in english. what are you good at? you can be good at those things, but if you're or drums - or whatever it is that lights your fire and that, it can empower you to do all the things you want to do." - - john mark feilmeyer - executive director, artforceiowa the program may be young...but it's got backing from the county. juvenile court judge colin witt says he recommends art-force-iowa to kids and parents he works with in the courtroom. "those young people that need to create, i think it helps build their sense of self-worth. i think it helps them feel like they belong somewhere. it gives them a hope for the future." - colin witt -
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juvenile court judge, polk county judge witt only sees about 20 percent of the county's total number of court-involved youth... but in that small sample, art-force- iowa seems to be a proven success. "we have had youth in front of judge witt who have been from home, to foster home, to shelter, to juvenile detention, to foster home, to shelter, to independent living. we've seen kids through six, or seven, or eight placements, in the juvenile court, and we're the one consistent force through that all." - john mark feilmeyer - executive director, artforceiowa and the numbers back it up - a study shows kids who get involved at art- force-iowa are seventeen percent less likely to commit another offense. "and that's like, really huge, because if one of those kids - one of those kids - were placed into a juvenile court placement. into detention - woodward, clarindon, eldora - even for six months to a year, that could be easily our budget for a year. you're looking at $270 dollars a day for juvenile detention - it's an expensive hotel room for kids that need a lot of surveillance." - john mark feilmeyer - executive director, artforceiowa "it's not just the power of music that's transforming the lives of
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these youth: artforceiowa embraces all kinds of art - even the kind you find sprayed on the sides des moines "if somebody wants to learn how to break dance, we find somebody. if they want to learn photography, we graphic design, music production, spray somebody out there that we can connect them with." - saulaman schlegel - artist- mentor, artforceiowa feilmeyer will tell you, this isn't a classroom...it's a community. "i don't want to be a service provider." - john mark feilmeyer - executtve director, artforceiowa and it's unlike anything else happening here in des moines. "you look at great cities in the u.s. - new york city, san francisco, chicago, d.c. they've all got these really great programs that are doing what we're trying to do. and nobody else is doing that in des moines." - john mark feilmeyer - executive director, artforceiowa art-force-iowa goes beyond programming for court-involved youth...they also have work-force training programs for young adults. you can learn more about the group by heading over to art force
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skies will remain clear tonight and temperatures mild. lows will be in the low 50s. with the clear skies, you may potentially be able to see the northern lights tonight as auroral activity is high. tomorrow will
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be another sunny and mild day. highs will reach the upper 70s. the record high is 76 from 2008. winds will again be strong from the southwest, gusting up near 30 mph. we will have one more day in the 70s before cooler air arrives on thursday. there may be some rain showers thursday night through friday morning. temperatures will stay in the 50s for daytime highs this
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ad lib weather toss back coming up -- how the worlds of a presidential candidate and bob the builder are coming together... but first.. the amount of time
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in front of a screen.... and the number of kids under five
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stocks on wall street closed near session highs on monday. the s&p 500 gained 24 points. the dow jumped 165. the nasdaq ended the day up 73
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points.... amazon is offering customers a chance to get black friday discounts. today the retailer launched its black friday deals store. it will feature sale items daily between now and december 22nd. amazon says it's offering 30- thousand lightning deals.... that's twice as many as last year. the company says items include electronics, toys, and jewelry... amazon prime members will get the deals 30 minutes before everyone else. more and more children are turning to tech as a way to pass the time. but a new study has surprising details on just how many are in front of a screen. jo ling kent has more. today's tech-savvy kids can't seem to take their eyes off the but how much is too much? a new survey of just 350 children finds 75 percent of kids under the age of five use mobile devices like iphones and ipads without any supervision. mccullough says: '20 years ago we all worried that we were parking them in front of televisions, letting
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televisions educated them.' and talk about being left to your own devices. nearly a quarter of parents said they left children with smartphones or tablets at bedtime... despite findings bright screens disrupt sleep patterns. mccullough says: 'my kids they have to read books. hard books. no reader nothing. that's how you go to sleep.' the american academy of pediatrics recommends time limits when it comes to toddlers and tech... saying parents should opt for 'unplugged' play ahead of any electronic option. there's still much more to come in the next half-hour... just ahead -- winning iowa.. the presidential candidates in town and coming to town this week.. to try to win over iowa caucus goers... airwaves.. i'm keith murphy, coming up, some good games, second round of the high
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if you think we can grow our economy while ignoring climate change, think again. america's most innovative companies are already moving to clean energy using existing technology to improve their bottom line. now we need a plan to help businesses and families across america to save money on electricity
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it all starts with 50% clean energy by 2030.
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crash investigation.. the very latest on the russian plane
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that crashed in egypt.. what officials say may have brought down the aircraft.. budget battle.. it is over... for now.. in washington.. the president seals the deal with his signature.. what it means for taxpayers.. debate demands... after criticism of past debates, some republican campaigns are hiring a lawyer to negotiate what will take place in the upcoming meetings. why they could boycott if they don't get their way, from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 the cause of the crash of a russian airliner in egypt is still a mystery. an airline executive made comments that lead some to suspect terrorism, however, the chief of the russian federal air transport agency said it is too early to make conclusions. stacey cohan has the story. bodies are arriving. the nation of russia observes a day of mourning after the death of 224 people onboard a russian passenger jet that
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crashed in egypt. the grief here is evident. the cause of the crash, is not. the most important thing right now is to do the investigation with international standards and find out what's the reason of this tragedy and we are also are going to help relatives who lost families there according to russian laws.flight 9268 was headed to saint petersburg from an egyptian resort in the sinai peninsula. it shattered in the air about 20 minutes after takeoff. no distress calls were received from the cockpit. an executive with the russian airline company blames an "external influence.e.isis claimed responsibility in a tweet but u.s. officials aren't convinced. well we don't have any direct evidence of any terrorist involvement, yet.russian officials also warned of making any premature conclusions. the flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorders have been recovered and are being analyzed.
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signs of terrorism should be easy to spot, even among the obliterated remnants of the jet. you can certainly see whether there were any sign of a bomb or a missile striking the aircraft. they leave very distinctive markingwithout answers, families of the mainly russian victims find only pain and the support of a nation, crying beside them. i'm stacey cohan reporting. the cargo ship, el faro has been found one month after it disappeared during hurricane joaquin. crews using sophisticated sonar equipment scanned the bottom of the atlantic ocean. and today, the owner of el faro filed legal a ation that could block lawsuits from crew members' families. 33 people were working on the ship when it sank. the families of four crew members already filed lawsuits against tote maritime, alleging the el faro was not seaworthy. today president obama signed a
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budget bill that heads off any potential government shutdowns over the debt ceiling. "what we now see is a budget that reflects our values, that grows our economy, creates jobs, keeps america safe it's going to strengthen the middle class by investing in critical areas like education and job training, basic research." the two year budget deal struck between outgoing house speaker john boehner and the white house eliminates the threat of a government shut down next month. it raises the debt ceiling to prevent the u-s from defaulting on its debt payments. president obama thanked both parties for striking what he called a responsible agreement. several republican presidential candidates are demanding changes when it comes to debates... some even threatening not to take part. carl cameron explains. a two and a half page draft of questions from the gop presidential campaigns directly to the debate broadcasters makes clear the candidates no longer want to
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national cmte...which was not even invited to the private meeting of the campaigns, which instead tapped gop superlawyer ben ginsburg as their negotiator. ginsberg says: 'the candidates do want to negotiate for themselves. they're appreciative of the rnc and the schedule but at the end of the day it's candidates who walk on stage, want information.' 30 days before each debate the candidates want specific questions answered about format and logistics, the draft raises concerns about biographies and graphics, how time will be managed fairly and more -- so that each candidate can decide individually to take part or not. after the 2012 debates chairman reince priebus announced that for the first time the rnc in 2016 would exert control over debates - now he's under fire for the results - a three hour debate by cnn, and what the candidates called biased questions from cnbc. the gop chairman insists the candidates are not cutting the party out. priebus says: 'no. the
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setting the calendar. in fact if what happened from last night goes forward, i think it is exactly where we want to be' preibus has tapped a new player in hopes of staying in control of the debates rnc chief operating officer sean cairncross has been temporarily retasked to working with campaigns on debates -it's unclear how interested the campaigns are - some candidates downplay the debate over debates altogether christie says: 'you know, stop complaining. you know, do me a favor. set up a stage, put podiums up there, and let's just go.' we've had no trouble negotiating with the networks, and my policy remains what it's always been: i'll debate anyone, anytime, anywhere in new hampshire where the first primary is in 15 wks, trump leads carson in the latest poll who has marco rubio, john kasich and ted cruz surging on his heels...jeb bush has slipped to 6th in his must win state bush says: 'if you watched the debate, you probably came away thinking this election is about sound bites' in fl bush tried again today to
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homestate and nh this wk, a slap at his rivals anda promise to battle all the way to next july's nominating convention if necessary bush says: 'when the dust clears and the delegates are counted we are going to win this campaign ' the next debate is in milwaukee next tuesday, hosted by fox business and the wall street journal... republican john kasich was in iowa today, looking to raise poll numbers before the next debate. the ohio governor holding a town hall event at nationwide insurance in des moines... he's still on the attack - telling the crowd he'd balance the budget as president... and a big part of that would come from repealing obamacare. so we got to get the taxes down but not taxes down in some wild promise that's going to add trillions of dollars to the national debt, but we do need to get the taxes down. with the top rate of individuals at twenty-eight percent, and at the same time we need to lower business taxes so the businesses aren't investing in europe and they're investing here, so we can get that done as well. kasich also attacking the plan
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immigrants, calling it crazy. democrat bernie sanders is launching his first ads of his campaign. the minute long spot called "real change" starts airing tomorrow. the campaign says it will introduce sanders to potential voters by telling them about his childhood in new york. it also talks about his work in congress and fundraising efforts. sanders is spending 2-million- dollars on air time here and in new hampshire. democratic candidate hillary clinton will be back in iowa tomorrow.. she'll be in coralville in the afternoon and at grinnell college that evening. both are described as town hall style events. slogan... and the internet and some five year olds took notice. "i know i can fix it, because i've done it" bob the builder: bob the builder, can we fix it? bob the building, yes we can!"
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and for many, the cartoon theme song of bob the builder popped into their head. people quickly took to social media... one person writes... looks like the campaign slogan #jebcanfixit will resonate with the under age 5 voters, a key demographic in the 2032 election. and the memes are out there too. breaking! @jebbush quits #gop race, signs deal with @hgtv for new reality show: #jebcanfixit! clear skies this evening with breezy southwest winds tonight. temperatures will quickly drop from the upper 70s we had this afternoon to the upper 50s later this evening. another sunny, breezy and warm day
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fox 17 skies will remain clear tonight and temperatures mild. lows will be in the low 50s. with the clear skies, you may potentially be able to see the northern lights tonight as auroral activity is high. tomorrow will be another sunny and mild day. highs will reach the upper 70s. the record high is 76 from 2008. winds will again be strong from the
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will have one more day in the 70s before cooler air arrives on thursday. there may be some rain showers thursday night through friday morning. temperatures will stay in the 50s for daytime highs this
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monday night football in iowa tonight means second round playoff games. last year, waukee beat valley twice, and knocked the tigers out. this year, valley won the first game, and now the tigers go for the knockout. warriors ranked 7th. tigers 4th 1st q. jevon mason, breaking tackles l, 18
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answers. ben ferkin, pump fake, up top to adam rose. 10 yard td. tied at 7 after 1. but valley responds with 2 more tds in the 2nd q. this one courtesy of mason again, 14 yards. valley leads 21-7 at the half. 3rd q tigers go to the air. rocky lombardi airs it out to austin hinkle. got it. big time juke. gone. 75 yards. valley rolls over waukee and in to the quarters, 42-7. dowling sep maroon's jacob zachary runs right through the line and into your living room. 15-0 dowling rams q-b thomas mclaughlin making a call at the line. rams
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snap to the runningback, reverse and the throw back to mclaughlin is a touchodown. 15-7 maroon's curt walding gets past one level, turns on the jets, and he's going all the way. 22-7 dowling's jt brown trying to set up a screen, gunner jorgensen reads it well. pick six 22-14. that is the final play of the first quarter. a lot happening, maroons get the ball to michael zachary and he does the rest. if it works, go back to it. the time from the other side... zachary to the house. 36-21 at the half. dowling sep monday night football, nfl style, colts panthers the cyclones seemingly have new life. iowa state shut down, and shut out texas 24-nothing saturday night. the cyclones have already surpassed last season's win
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total, and see a chance to add more. cyclones now play a team that texas beat, oklahoma. sooners are 24 point favorites. first a-p basketball top 25 released today, and it's the highest pre-season ranking in history for iowa state. the cyclones are #7, two higher than the
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carolina #1, followed by kentucky, maryland and kansas. iowa state 7th. the royals are back from new york, and they brought the trophy with them. the world series champions trophy. this was the scene at kansas city's power & light district as the royals clinched their first championship in thirty years. we caught up with one local fan today who was in the middle of
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nasa is marking 15 years of people working and living on the international space station.. the first permanent crew moved in on november second, two-thousand... since then, more than two hundred people from 17 countries have worked on the lab. the current crew is doing hundreds of experiments... including testing how long term stays in space
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effect the human body... a precursor to sending people to mars. despite some adversity, including the tragic loss of the space shuttle columbia in 20-03 -- crew members from the u-s, russia, japan, canada and europe have worked together over the years -- putting science ahead of politics. kelly says: 'that has really through some very trying times, post-columbia and budget challenges and things like that, i think the international partnership is kind program together.' the international space station has cost u-s taxpayers more than one
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thanks for joining us. have a good night. but i hear good things about you, future. like i'll have hair, and friends, and books and music.
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