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100 days of my pregnancy -- presidency. >>the democrats on fire and under the microscope as they debate . hillary clinton tried to protect her front runner status. >> fighting for workers, fighting for the poorest people in this country it. as a secretary i will match my record against yours any day. >>fresh off a surprise victory in a michigan -- in the michigan primaries , bernie sanders comes to the primaries -- to the debate and says he won't back down to hillary clinton . it is on. the fight for florida is now at the center of the presidential campaign universe. good evening, i am live in the spin room. this is where the candidates come to try to hammer home their case. it is a night of pointed
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children? is donald trump a racist? and secretary clinton, why do so many people find you to be untrustworthy? those are so many questions that were asked to name. we have more on the showdown in the sunshine state. >> the 7th democratic debate brought candidates spanish and english. she was question on the use of a personal email server while secretary of state.>> [ indiscernible ] >> that is not going to happen. i'm not going to answer that question. >>immigration was front and center. >>i would match my record against yours any day of the week. >>went and present -- saying she would take up -- clinton saying she would take up immigration reform in the first 100 days of her presidency. >>imagine where we would be today if we had achieved
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reform 9 years ago. >> bernie sanders pled to take action if elected. >>as president of the united states, i would use executive power. >>questions from the audience included a woman who had been deported who was asking for help. >>i will do everything i can to prevent other families from facing what you are facing. i will do everything i can to pass laws that bring families back together. >> sanders has become popular with his policies to fight education for all. clinton challenged him on the numbers. >>this is going to be much more expensive than anything senator sanders is admitting to. this is going to increase the federal government dramatically. my dad used to say if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. >>even know it was a democratic debate, donald trump got his
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>>is donald trump a racist? >> people can draw their own conclusions about him. you don't make america great by getting rid of everything that made america great. this was the first back-to-back debate in south florida. republicans take the states tomorrow night -- stage tomorrow night at the university of miami. this is marco rubio/chance to convince voters in his home state to allow him -- rubio last chance to convince voters in his home state to allow him to run. donald trump is at 40 percent. marco rubio is at 24 percent. ted cruz of texas has 17 percent and john kasich is that 8 percent. we're on campus with more on
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>> reporter: if you think that democratic debate was pretty hot, wait until tomorrow night right here at university of miami bankunited center. the republicans will mix it up. by the way, 3 of the 4 candidates are in south florida today campaigning their hearts out. let's take a look. >>i want to thank my wife. >>for marco rubio rallying in hialeah is comfort food especially after what appears to be a campaign in trouble. he is down to the one with donald trump in recent florida polls and he picked up no tele- gets -- delegates this past tuesday. the florida primary is just 6 days away. there are calls for marco rubio to drop out. >>i will be on that ballot on tuesday. i will campaign as long and as hard as it takes. we are going to go to the white
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we're going to win this whole thing. >>on the way out of the rally, mopped by longtime supporters he underscored his resolve. >>i'm going to work it really haul all the way to tuesday. polls are polls. >>donald trump spoke to anderson cooper and says he is going to take both ohio and florida. >>do you think you will get all of the delegates we >> i think so. i see probably getting the delegates. it is like the fighters, that is the ultimate way of doing it, you knock them out. if you knock them out, nothing can happen. >>ted cruz, the texas senator moving up in the polls, one in high to do -- idaho says he can unite the parties. he got the endorsement of carly fiorina. >>i will tell you the momentum is with us. conservatives are uniting with us, they are coming together with us. if this race continues and continues to narrow into a clear two-man race , head-to-head, donald trump loses. >>where was governor john kasich?
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critical test also on tuesday of next week. he needs to win that state to remain the bible candidate. joining me now is the host a facing south florida. we are here and the air- conditioning has broken. everyone is sweating a little bit. forgive us for that. your take away from that? sweating. both hillary clinton and sanders had tough questions. when you start to think about the different things that we watch tonight, these are complementary candidates. the things the hillary clinton is strong in, bernie sanders a strong and. the things bernie sanders is
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>>the question to hillary clinton, why does so many americans find you untrustworthy? how did she answer that? >> just by answering the question you are losing. is a tough spot to be in. i thought hillary clinton was at her best when she was talking to a woman whose husband was deported, when she lowered her voice. she is at her worse when she seems to be shouting trying to create a false energy. she needs to dial down a little and speak from a personal place. i think that is how you develop trust. >>was a video played during the debate, senator sanders talking about the dell castro -- fidel castro, seeming to sound supportive. it was an old video but they played the -- flip here let's play -- flip . let's play the clip.
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>> he deflected the question a couple of times, but can you imagine being asked that question right here in miami? >> here's a problem for bernie sanders particularly in south florida. when he talks about wanting to wage a revolution, admitting to be a socialist, those are powerful words here in south florida where you have those people who have fled country and have undergone revolutions, countries that have undergone social change in not a positive manner. those words have meaning. . bernie sanders is having a hard time to bridge that gap. yes, his economic message is great, but the words he uses, he has trouble with them.. >>what about marco rubio/dance -- marco rubio last dance? >> he needs to reassert himself. i cannot be the soft marco, a cannot be the comedian marco, he has to be the policy got and
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remind people why they had so many -- so much faith in him in the first place. >>not quite the level we have seen from the republicans but a real distinction drawn between clinton and sanders ahead of the florida primary. i will see you at the end of the newscast live from the spin room. for now, back to you in the studio. >>on our website we have a light -- live debate blog where our team has been posting all night long. we will also -- also post during tomorrow night , the republican debate. check out our live blog. >>still ahead: a student arrested. >> the popular messaging act the team -- authority say the team used -- teenager used to expose girls it. an elderly woman ripped off at the supermarket, that is
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we are back in the spin room. i am joined by cooley on castro. you are a supporter of secretary clinton's. how does she do tonight? >> she did very well. she knows the issue so well. tonight i believe she resonated and spoke to a lot of the
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concerned about, number one, ensuring that we create opportunity for everyone no matter whether you have a lot of money or not, your last name, the color of your skin. secondly, she spoke in a very compelling way about some of the foreign-policy questions that are on our mind. our relationship with cuba, she was clear that she supports the action to improve relations with the cuba -- with cuba but she still condemns the actions of the castro brothers thing they need to change your she also spoke about puerto rico having the ability to restructure that. >> how alarming is it that she still has answer questions about her trustworthiness? >> the republicans have spent years trying to smear her reputation, bringing of this email issue which now the government has said that she was not the only secretary of
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email set up. there were other secretary of state in previous administrations who did the exact same thing. so, it is not surprising that questions would come up because republicans have made a strong push over the years including recently with this trumped up email scandal to try to create that perception. >>i have to ask, you have mentioned as a possible vice presidential candidate should secretary clinton get the nomination. is that something that you would accept? >> i don't think that is going to happen. i expect to be back in texas. i will continue to concentrate on my day job. i learned a long time ago that the best way to create future plans is to never forget what is in front of you. >>and very much. -- thank you very much . >>a homestead high school student is charged with
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>>he use the app kick to target the girls it. we have -- we're live at the correctional center with a story . >> reporter: this app is the same one a 13-year-old virginia girl used just a couple of months ago to communicate with an 8-year-old man was now charged with killing her. a student used kick to core sex from 2 younger students, 2 girls, that student. the 18-year-old is in jail tonight. >> the 18-year-old was not in class at homestead senior high. instead he was in bond court before a judge accused of sexual battery and making threats. all 4 counts are read -- felonies . he threatened to students with harming them and their families if they didn't send him nude pictures that he course them into a -- course
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he new business by -- he meant business by knowing where the girl lives -- girls lives . >>he manipulates them into having sex with him. >>his threats to the girls were all made using the kick instant messaging act -- app. they are criticized for being dangerous for minors. >> rapists and sexual predators are using the modern technology to manipulate and of course young girls into sex.>> the allegations quickly spread among students. >>that is crazy. if that ever happened to me, i don't know what i would do.>> in my school, i'm doing my work, i'm fine. >>the state attorney urges more
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more information to give them a call. the office has a special hotline and that number is on the screen. meanwhile, the suspect remains in jail, the judge denying from bond. a dual caught on camera ripping off an elderly woman -- duo caught on camera ripping off an elderly woman. we're live at the publics where it happened in cooper city. >> that victim is 92 years old. she told me she was finishing up some grocery shopping here back on february 28 when those distractions the use targeted her. she and investigators hoped that surveillance cameras which were rolling would help catch these guys. this surveillance video shows cooper city. at one point, a man approached
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>>he wanted to know if it would help pain. so i try to read it and see if it would be good for paying. >>she tried to help him, but she was distracted and didn't see what was happening in behind her. -- behind her. a thief went through her purse and stole her cards and monday inside -- money inside. >>she searched the store for the thieves. >> if i would have seen them, they would have been in trouble because i would've hit them with my cane. >>surveillance videos captured the man leaving in this car. the men were also captured a short time later using her credit cards to buy computers and the game system. they also used her credit to shop at sears and by several tanks of gas. >>they are professionals. they have done it before and they will do it again. >>she says she is switching to a fanny pack and has learned to
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at home. she said it will not curtail hurt independents but she is sad that these thieves stole from her after working a lifetime to still her money -- >> she was quite a character. if you can help catch these thieves call crimestoppers. >> feisty lady. >>very sharp. >> we like her. >> johnna standing by with our forecast. >> we have ourselves a windy night here in south florida. we usually see those windy conditions during the daytime hours but it is hollowing out there tonight. we have 70s all across the board. a live look for our biscayne camera it. there is in east to southeast wind right at the airport.
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gusting right at 30 miles per hour. that means a rip current risk will continue to be high tomorrow and still high on friday. unfortunately, spring breakers, you have to stay out of the water or swim at a guarded beach . never swim and unguarded beach when those rip currents are flying. we have a lot of heavy showers and storms across the middle of the country. they're getting from flooding and parts of texas, over 8 inches of rain. we will watch the storm moved to the north with the bottom edge of the rain touching off to the east -- pushing off to the east. between tonight and saturday it is still dry. by the time that gets here, it will be much weaker. it might have impact on the 2nd half of our weekend. for tomorrow, mostly sunny. it will be a windy and warm day with afternoon highs at 82. it is real bumpy for boaters. there is a small craft advisory.
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weekend, it is across the board . nighttime lows are in the 70s. it is really mild out there. we have 2 slight branched-chain -- rain chances. that is your forecast. >>the florida mayor is planning
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>>and, the wild pursuit it looked like a scene out of a cowboy movie was a miniature horses one on the loose. topper for was over the scene as authorities tried to round them up. eventually, after an hour they were able to corral the animals and got them back safely home. >>beautiful horses. >>and very fast too. >> a florida mayor is building a makeshift raft to make a 90 mile trip from cuba to key west. >>he says he is trying to re- create many -- the journey many cubans make to get the united states. he says he hopes the trip will bring the 2 countries together. his journey will begin in mid- and rate -- april. >>a new ship will be named after the southwest city. this ss fort lauderdale will have more than 700 marines.
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lauderdale highlights the ties to the maybe. they serve as -- served as an important naval center during world war ii.>> that's nice. >>the mighty dolphins lose some
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>>can the heat beat the heat it cooled off in milwaukee. too many turnovers cost them against bucks. they tried to play catch up against these guys. josh richerson held a heat rally as he goes to the room strong. would take the lead, but turnovers become their undoing. miles grips one from johnson and takes only to the rack. milwaukee's [ indiscernible- name ] has a name that is hard to say in a game and i die that is hard to stop. snaps -- they snapped a five-
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>>miller leaves to sign with houston. $26 million over 5 years to join the texans. meantime, when he didn't just talk, it screen. the defensive end gets a 5 year, $85 billion deal -- $85 million deal with the giants. meanwhile, [ indiscernible ] say so long to brent. quarterback also leaves ever to sign with houston. tyler leave cleveland for sunny san diego. they hope the panthers slide out and win. they believe a turnaround
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to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) hey candidates,
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the fight for florida is very much the focus for the presidential campaign right now. >> for 2 nights final thoughts we go back out life to cbs4 news anchor at the miami dade college and kendall. rick. >> reporter: tonight hillary clinton trying to cement her position as firm runner and looking to capitalize on some old comments, 20 your comments made by bernie sanders seeming to praise fidel castro. the clinton campaign sending out additional quotes tonight where sanders said the revolution transformed the society in cuba for the better. not a message that will play well here in south florida and perhaps in other places around the country. tomorrow night, 18 miles from here in coral gables if the
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marco rubio/chance to keep his presidential hopes alive at least for now. >> it will be interesting to see that debate tomorrow.>> we will be out there rick and i both. it will be a feisty debate with donald trump out there and all the republican candidates. >>that is it for cbs4 use -- news tonight. the late show with stephen colbert is next. >> remember to join us this morning starting at 5 am. have a great night. >>good night. ( band playing intro music ) ( band playing "late show" theme
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>> stephen colbert! >> stephen: hey! hey! welcome to "the late show." ( cheers and applause ) that's nice. i can use it. thanks so much, everybody. thanks so much for being here. lovely. this is lovely to have an audience with that kind of energy on hump day. i really appreciate it. welcome to "the late show." i'm stephen colbert. and i am so glad you're here, i am so glad you're excited. i do need your energy because i don't want to be alone right now. i just heard something shocking. youifies like kraft macaroni and cheese?

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