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"i've seen her fight on these issues for 30 straight years and she will be a great president. as i say she is smart, she is strong, she is passionate and that's what we need in the next president of the united states of america," said virginia governor, terry mcauliffe. mcauliffe is making stops all over the state reminding voters how important it is to exercise their robert? thanks tommie once again trump is bringing up skeletons from bill clinton's past. as nbc's katy tur reports, it's part of a strategy to neutralize the former president.
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billionaire is aiming his political fire at the democratic frontrunner ...and her husband, who's now scheduled for 3 more campaign stops in new hampshire next week. [[ bill clinton / iowa 184205 hillary has the right temperament and the proven ability to figure out a way to make good things happen. privately, the trump campaign tells nbc news it hopes to force the popular former president off the campaign trail. publically--it sounds more like a warning to hillary clinton. [[ katrina pierson "donald trump isn't targeting bill clinton, hes pointing out hillary clintons role in trying to silence women who have accused him of horrendous things." a point theyre trying to hammer home on instagram. [nat] instagram (different nat than yesterday) [[ pierson 14;16;09 if she is going to continue this line of attack of trying to label republicans as sexist, she needs to tread very carefully. (10) the strategy may work now with the republican base--but it could backfire down the road.some democratic strategists say. [[ shrum 151809 general election voters dont want an election about so-called scandals they want an election about their lives. tonight, even clinton's main democratic rival forced to address this... [[s0t -sanders toledo,iowa 16:52:35 look hillary clinton is not bill clinton. what bill clinton did i think we can all acknowledge was totally, totally, totally disgraceful and unacceptable 16:52:49 but i am running against hillary clinton donald trump took aim at democrats on gun control in bernie sanders homestate of vermont last night. [[ trump
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schools and you have to and on military bases my first day it gets signed, ok. there's no more gun free zones." as president obama defended his call for tighter gun laws in a 20:24:05 "there's nothing that we've proposed that would make it harder for you to purchase a firearm." a point theyre trying to hammer home on instagram. [nat] instagram (different nat than yesterday) [[ pierson 14;16;09 line of attack of trying to label republicans as sexist, she needsto tread very carefully. (10the strategy may wthrepublican base--b backfire down the[[ shrum 151809 general election voters dowan election about about their ltonight, even clinton'sdemocratic rival forced to address this... [[s0 -s16:52:35 lookclinton. wthink we can all acktdisgraceful and unacceptable 1hillary cliratgun ciehomes ofsch mgets siggun fobafortown"thnproposharder for yrf ted cruz told iowa voters he's never taken a breath when he "was not a u-s citizen".. after donald trump nudged cruz's birth in canada into a presidential eligibility discussion. the republican also criticized president obama for holding a gun town hall thursday.. while federal officials were arresting refugees from iraq in texas and california on terror- related charges. as a legal matter, the question is quite straightforward. my mother was born in wilmington, delaware, she's a citizen by birth so i became an american citizen by virtue of being born to her. i've never breathed a breath of air on this planet when i was not a us citizen, i've never been naturalized, it was the process of being born that
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from national to local politics, proposals to expand medicaid and raise south dakota teacher pay are expected to dominate the 2016 legislative session. lawmakers return tuesday to pierre, where they must set the state budget and will tackle a spread of issues during the session. gov. dennis daugaard's plan to expand medicaid comes with plenty of conditions. it's also unclear how lawmakers will raise pay for south dakota teachers, whose salaries are lowest in the nation. the blencoe post office is back in business at a new location. it reopened wednesday after being closed in april 2014 because of problems with the old building's foundation. the monona county town of around 220 people lost local delivery for 20 months. residents could pick up their mail at temporary boxes in blencoe or travel 16 miles to the moorhead post office to get their mail, buy stamps, send
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themselves of other postal services. no, snow, but it's downright cold/ for more we'll toss it over to meterologist ben dorenbach temperatures have already dropped into the single digits, and will continue to do so into the teens below zero in some places including sioux city putting our windchills in the -20s and -30s through the night and sunday morning. be sure to keep your extremities covered and wear lots of layers if you must venture outdoors, which is where both you and your pets shouldn't be for extended periods of time in this cold. see graphics. your 7-day forecast is coming up in 10 minutes the holiday season may be over, but one local church is continuing tradition with a very unique nativity scene. italian music playing in the
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father daniel rupp of blessed sacrament church has been working on this nativity scene for the past two years. and this christmas, the 12 foot long creation came to life. the scene pictures baby jesus, mary, joseph and the wise men...but also an entire town. "just the christmas season with the nativity, how the baby was born. he wasn't born in a palace, he was born in a very poor environment with animals. not a place that you and i would choose to be born, but god did. so we can learn a lot just from that, the humility of the baby jesus right from day one," said blessed sacrament church pastor, father daniel rupp. the nativity scene will be up for the next two weeks. for details on when to visit just head to our website... the u.s. navy blue angels made a stop in sioux falls to preview their upcoming summer show at joe foss field. the pilots of the f-18 jet made their way here from st. louis. currently, the pilots are training and preparing for the season beginning in march. captain corrie mays helps
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helps narrate during the shows.
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the odds of winning, well, not good. one in 292 million are your chances. but eventually someone has to win and that's enough reason for some people to buy tickets. how many tickets did you buy? "i bought three tickets," said allison poulson. do you normally buy tickets? "no, never have this is my first time." given any thought to if you were the big winner what you would do with it? "never work again," said denise tierney "well, i'd help a lot of people," said another woman. "there's a lot of people that needs help in our town." if someone were to win tonight,
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lump sum is $558 million. i caught the fever and bought five tickets myself. and if no one wins, the jackpot is projected to go over a billion dollars. and i would probably buy five more tickets. so, if you do win,, what's the first thing you'd buy? ad lib coming up on news 4 we'll have more on the nearly one billion dollar powerball drawing. and the potential drawback if
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and will continue to do so into the teens below zero in some places including sioux city putting our windchills in the -20s and -30s
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and sunday morning. be sure to keep your extremities covered and wear lots of layers if you must venture outdoors, which is where both you and your pets shouldn't be for extended periods of time in this cold. we'll top out in the single digits above zero with some deceptive sunshine sunday afternoon before clouds move in and keep us above zero sunday night. we'll see highs return to the 20s on monday, and then take a step back into the teens with a reinforcing shot of cold air tuesday after a few nighttime flurries. we should be back in the 20s the rest of next week with little/no snow.
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still to come for us on a saturday night that's how much you can win if you pick the right numbers.
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it'll last forever. we'll explain after the break the jackpot for tonight's marco rubio thinks it's unfair to criticize him for missing votes. "but i am going to miss votes, i'm running for president." but he's been missing votes for a long time.
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were missed before he announced he was running for president." over the last three years, marco rubio has missed more votes... than any other senator. washington politician marco rubio. doesn't show up for work, but wants a promotion? right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. is the economy rigged? well, the 15 richest americans acquired more wealth in two years than the bottom 100 million people combined. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultra-rich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. the middle class will continue to disappear unless we level the playing field.
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drawing now stands at more than 900 million...and as we wait to see who the next newly minted millionaire might be, it's hard to forget those who won big... and later lost big. adam kuperstein has the latest from miami. nat-ticket printing many hope two dollars will be the gateway to their dreams... nat sot i'm sure i'd move somewhere else laughs nat sot pay my bills pay my house. but, for some who hit it big, winning the lottery ... can be a nightmare ..
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school study ... lottery winners are twice as likely to declare bankruptcy as non-winners. like ... william post who won $16-million but wound up losing it all. and willie seely says winning $450- million dollars was the worst thing that ever happened to him. so how do some folks avoid the pitfalls of newfound fortune ... some say ... by staying grounded ... and sharing it. nat pop - getting a check mary and brian lohse won more than $202 million in 2012. today they enjoy their new home, love to travel, and spend time at their vacation home. s/mary lohse/previous powerball winner you go through kinda like the honeymoon phase, and buying all the fun stuff and then you kinda settle in, try to start doing the smart thing. their town didn't have a grocery store... so they built one. they also started a foundation, built a high school football stadium, and pay their church's mortgage. s/brian lohse/previous powerball winner it' s a challenge to stay true to your character and, you know, who you really are. and, we have a good group of people around us cindy and mark hill from missouri split a $587 million jackpot with one other winner in 2012... the hills went on to donate money for a fire station and local park. and jacki and gilbert cisneros hit a $266 million jackpot in 2010... they started a foundation aimed at supporting hispanic student education. s/gilbert cisneros/previous mega millions winner to us it just seemed like the right thing to do. richard lustig is the winner of an incredible 7 lottery grand prizes. his advice for a jackpot winner? s/richard lustig/7-time lottery winner don't go crazy with it i don't care how much you win you could burn through it all >> and sam said it earlier, if
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tonight, the jackpot could
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dollars... mark's in now with sports - it's the final day of the c- n-o-s classic. (mark) by the end of the day, the tyson will have hosted 17 games in three days. two of the games today were on the college side, as the briar cliff men and women, both nationall ranked, were taking on hastings. we've got the highlights coming up next. plus, the iowa state men look to defend the home court against
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if you need evidence of that, look no further than wednesday, when iowa state needed all 40 minutes to beat texas tech, a team that was picked to finish last in the conference. baylor made the trip to hilton coliseum this afternoon. the bears just fell out of the top-25 after getting waxed by kansas last weekend. first half - iowa state looks like they're going to run away with it - already up 17-to-8 - matt thomas 3 makes it a 13 point lead. then later in the half - it's georges niang - one of four double-figure scorers for iowa state - he had 22. cycloens led by 4 at the half - but baylor came to play in the second frame - jonathan motley cleans up the miss - he had 27 to lead all scorers.
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losses have come to baylor - taurean prince hits - bears beat isu, 94-89. nebraska's on a three-game losing streak - looking to get back in the win column against rutgers. shavon shields - the senior leader for the huskers - goes baseline for the jam in the first half - shields had 11 points. but it was this guy who paced the way for big red - andrew white, the third - a huge day - 28 points, 9 rebounds - huskers up 14. it was a 20-point halftime lead - benny parker on the assist to ed morrow - nebraska leading big on the road. more in the second half - jack mcveigh - the freshman from australia - hits the three - nebraska, no trouble with rutgers - 90-56. creighton also making a road trip to seton hall in big east play. first half - bluejays down 5 - isaiah zierden with the steal - and check out the circus layup at the rim - take another look as zierden gets the
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that was part of a 12-0 run for the jays - maurice watson to the rim - hoop and the harm - creighton up the bluejays finish the half strong too - toby hegner from the corner - creighton gets a nice road win, 82- 67. the c-n-o-s classic continued today - and a pair of great college matchups were on the docket. the briar cliff men and women - both taking on hastings down at the tyson events center - all four teams are ranked in the top-25. on the men's side - briar cliff is ranked 6th - the broncos are 18th. hastings was looking to work it inside early - getting it to kendall ferguson - he scores down low. briar cliff, on the other hand - likes to shoot - bryan forbes from the wing - his three is good - forbes had 18 for the cliff. then shane graves - dribbling around - finds some space and drops a triple - briar cliff out front by 6 early. then b-c-u goes down low - austin homan - nice move and converts off glass - homan finsihed with a
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their 13th straight game, 95 to 83. the charger women, ranked 11th, also hosting hastings, who's 15th in the polls. briar cliff, down 4 in the second quarter - broncos swing it around to jordan johnson - she drops the three - hastings threatening to pull away. but the chargers make a nice run to end the half - taylor wagner - nice reverse layup - b-c-u was down just 2 at the break. hastings starts to pull away in the second half - but briar cliff trying to hang around - morgan hansen on the layup. but briar cliff shot just 38 percent on the day - abby jackson led hastings with 15 - and the broncos drop the chargers, 65-56. morningside comes away with a pair of wins over at allee gymnasium. the second-ranked mustang women whip doane, 81-64. the m-side men also pick up a win, 71-70 on a buzzer beater by bryce koch
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