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they're on a crusade to block services new hampshire women and families depend on: cancer screenings, birth control, basic women's healthcare. kelly ayotte and washington republicans have put defunding planned parenthood at the top of their agenda... and it's time for that to change. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. 42 days until the election. and drama unfolding on the stage with donald trump and hillary clinton. and clashing for the first time this was a spirited night. and to the latest poll numbers we have average and we want to start with dan housely on long island with more. >> and supported the invasion.
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again. >> full of fireworksment then you heard what i said any were you against it. >> i know you that live in your own reality. that's not the fact. with 100 million watching the candidates squared off on key issues including the economy. >> i call it trumped up trickle down. >> he accused trumped up. >> i have a plan to fight it. >> are you telling the enemy everything you want to do. >> we're not. everything you want to do. no wander you have been fighting isis your entire acult life. >> she hit him on his refusal on releasing tax returns, when she releases her 33,000 e-mails that
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calling for law and order, we're not going to have a country. >> he has a long record of engaging in racist behavior. the lie was a hurtful one. >> after complained about his mic. >> i was upset the microphone was not working properly. >> in the room was not working. >> she turned to the rest of the campaign. and more time before the election. >> if you consider this a heavy night fight no knock out punch.
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town haul formats. we're at hofstra university. >> they were offering their take on the "today" show. >> i was just excited to be there and excited to see donald trump lay out that positive vision for america. it was a contrast for hillary clinton who spent the time attacking my running mate. when donald trump was challenged about comments he made about her looks, she doesn't look presidential. he tried to change that into no i was talking about her stamina. she said you go to 120 countries you sit before a congressional hearing for 11 hours and talk about stamina n the split screen i was watching she looked like she was ready for another 11 hours of debate, he had run out
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ropes. that showed a temperament and preparedness issue that worked to her advantage. >> reaction is pouring in on who won acnn poll shows 62% of people declaring hillary clinton the winner. a time online poll think the matchup was a tie a 50-50 split. >> let's go to a developing story at noon. a missing boater lt at sea deferral days later and now he is returned here to boston. and the 22-year-old's mother is still missing out at sea. >> they were out there at sea for several days. >> that missing boater was found he is here now with the coast guard answering the many questions.
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sea nathan carmen is back on land. he was found alive in the midle of the ocean 100-miles from martha's vineyard by this freighter. he was reported missing and handed off to the coast guard on tuesday morning. he was found in a life raft with a jacket on and food and water. carmen and his mother left on september 18th on what was supposed to be a 12-hour trip. butyl da did not make it into the life raft. >> the boat started taking on water he got his raft he went looking for his mom, he could not find her. >> heartbreak my heart hurt because she was not with him, he was found after the coast guard called off the six day search on friday after covering 62,000 square miles from block island to new york. now in connecticut where she lives and where nathan grew up
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the homes. they say it is a sign they're not giving up. she could be alive. >> we're making a difference. we hope that this will work and keep praying and putting our positive energy together and hopefully she will make her way back. >> and. >> we have breaking >> and a home in the bronx. they responded to the home they discovered what appeared to be a drug. >> and taken to a hospital where he died. >> the mountains burning more than 1000 acres.
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several stations have been set up for residents. >> the cause is not known. >> and out there. and we have more on what to expect. >> it was welcome rain however ar need any rain we can get a and that's where a couple linger , north and west out. temperatures are in the
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>> it's for a few days. >> ringing out in jamaica plain. and rushing and a person was killed. on the run and they are investigating and track down whoever is responsible. let's get out to warren. we're learning about the victim. it has been changing and working hard to make things better here. , they called out to center street before 1 in the morning
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paramedics raced to the scene. >> and from inside. and. and they are urging that person to come shooter. live in jamaica plain. autopsy results are in on a man who died in new hampshire after a confrontation with police. cody lamont was shot twice in the chest. his death is ruled a homicide the incident is still under investigation. there are details and a
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allowed a pattern of race based harassment and discrimination at the campus there. it violates the civil rights act. officials did not properly investigate and they say it did not apply and actions to all the students. >> and the u.s. attorney found a violation is a message across the board that we have to listen to forward with the concerns. >> i'm not surprised. i'm hopeful that this leads to change. >> and they will develop a plan to address and reduce harassment. they should be imphraoeplgted all across the district. >> and the superintendent released the statement on the report saying in part we in the leadership of boston latin school are committed to
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reached with the united states attorney's office. >> now to they left anti-donald trump graffiti. the vandal was painting on top of the flag on the side of the building. the graffiti had anti-trump messages and references to people in the middle east. people say it is special. >> they are entitled to their opinion. do you not have to deface the flag.
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>> and a mag to jose fernandez washed ashore on monday. one day and as you saw and baseballs and had the checkbook inside. the pitcher and two friends died in the accident. the boat was traveling at full speed when it crashed into a jetty. the marlins are paying tribute to fernandez. they are number on the jersey. they placed a hat and glove and jersey on the mound before the game started. and d gordon hit a homerun. as he crosses home plate he breaks down in tears. he doesn't have kids but that was the greatest moment of his life, emotional game. >> yes. coming up here on 7 news at noon, taking the message to the
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this is cool and daring. the wing suit world cup taking place in china. would you try that? >> depends on what you made me. >> a lot of money for this. stunning views they are giving people a view of the mountains they fly through the air. the french team took it and reaching the finish line. and wow, 6, 7 figures, i don't know. >> i cannot go on roller coasters any more. >> we're getting old. >> i have the same issue with
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>> okay. here we go we're not going to complain about the rain for today we needed it. and it is close. >> a little bit different and right. 22-cents there in the bucket in boston h rain this morning. cannot explain about the wet weather we have not had much into early fall and contending with showers from chatham and nantucket. the clouds. they are thinning on out across this afternoon will be better than many of the afternoons that we have set ahead of us a long struggle with the breeze not to say we'll get a tremendous amount of rain but it is going to be persistent. and patchy drizzle and spotty showers. right now the temperatures in the 60s. 69 degrees in boston. the front off shore. this area of low pressure off to the west across the great great
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pennsylvania down into the ohio valley t is nice and clear here. this has to be the weather, right. >> we talk about that weather going from west to east. the issue is that this big area of low pressure is spinning its meal -- wheels instead of getting to the east. it will drop off and when it sits add spins that is putting moisture into new england with the flow. the other thing we have going against sus the air of high pressure to the north gusty wind. and continuing and a breeze out there and on friday and not a lot of rain the next couple of days in the boston area and picking up a quarter inch. the bulk and flooding will be through the mid-atlantic. maybe a few bands of water down that way. for us the wind on shore and gusty, gusts over 30 miles per
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wednesday and into thursday t is out of the northeast and times this may be overdoing it a bit and forecast buts the bottom line, expect that to pick up when it is coming from the gulf, don't expect a lot. tropical action to the lesser antilles that will be the next tropical storm of the season as it tries to work westbound and eventually hits the caribbean. whether it make as left turn or the gulf remains to be scene. but something to 70 to 75 this afternoon as clouds thin on -- thin on out. cloudy include buzzard's bay. not a lot of rain. we'll have drizzle the next couple of days a gusty wind off the ocean. highs near 60. that extends into the weekend. are you going to love this big puppy appearance coming up. >> david ortiz, how could you go
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taking to the streets, protestors with a message for the mayor of charlotte. one in eight women will face breast cancer. early detection can mean the difference between life and death. planned parenthood gives new hampshire women access to life saving cancer screenings. but ayotte voted to defund planned parenthood six times. why? because ayotte opposes a woman's right to choose. in her relentless effort to overturn roe v. wade, kelly ayotte: putting her personal interests ahead of your health care. independence usa pac is responsible
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people in charlotte are calling for change in the wake of a black man who was shot and killed by the police. last night residents calling for
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resign. it was a at a city council meeting, this is after keith scott was shot and killed by a police officer, sparking protests. >> reporter: in charlotte on monday night, protestors wanted change. >> we need the chief to step down. we cannot trust him. he is not -- he has not been honest. >> reporter: calls for the leaders to resign at the first meeting since the place shot keith scott. even the city's speaking out, we need our fathers and mothers to be by our side. >> the release of video of the incident has raised more questions than it has answered. >> and the system is broken. >> say something about a man who died and deserve as full and investigation, say something to no more business as usual. >> the unrest started on
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to drop his gun. the city is feeling the effects of protests that have turned violent. artists are trying to bring beauty to the areas that are imagined trying to make sense of what happened. >> change is coming since a lot of people think this is going to go away. i don't believe it is. >> the state is investigating scott's shooting as people wait for the finding many are left tond woulder what will happen next. investigators say the officer who k by not returning on his body camera as soon as he responded to the scene. coming up, the royals are continuing their first visit in canada. the highlights of the trick. one in eight women will face breast cancer. early detection can mean the difference between life and death. planned parenthood gives new hampshire women access to life saving cancer screenings.
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because ayotte opposes a woman's right to choose. in her relentless effort to overturn roe v. wade, ayotte puts critical cancer screenings at risk, hurting new hampshire women. kelly ayotte: putting her personal interests ahead of your health care. independence usa pac is responsible
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the royal family is taking the first official trip overseas
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the duke and duchess have their hands full, they have a family of four and getting attention t is the first time they have traveled with their children. >> reporter: braving the bad weather, william and kate got a warm welcome and thousands of miles from home a message that the moved the prince. >> we by our people to share with prince william how much we cared for your [ applause ] >> she remains in our hearts. >> reporter: across the generations and cultures, friendships made where life is has not always been easy. the royals who arrived in canada on saturday with their children, left the children in victoria with a nanny and the dancers included the youngest members of the first nation community.
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costumes for the family. and tape have to be wearing hers the rape cleared a brief rain forest walkabout and forced to cancel a flight. >> the duke and duchess attended a glittering event. they are scheduling time with their children in between the events. that's another way that william is her son and another generation would have left the when they think the time is right. we will see them with the children in public again. back to you. >> great to see a beautiful family. they are perfect. >> he left the prime minister hanging with the high five. >> i thought that was the cutest like a kid would. more to come in the next half hour a battle back and north complete coverage of the big debate.
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a mild afternoon cooler with the winds. the forecast ahead. >> a missing boater on shore in boston as of today. the mother is lost at sea.
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we have a developing story about a boater lost and found at sea. and the mother of the 22-year-old is missing. they were out for several days.
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and from the martha's vineyard. he was responded to the coast guard. he had a jacket on and food and water. >> and they left a marina on a trip. and 594-year-old did not make it into the life >> when it started taking on water he got his life raft and looked for his mom. >> my heart goes out. she was not with him. >> reporter: the coast guard called off the search on friday after covering 62,000 square miles of ocean. and now where she lives and nathan grew up they are tying ribbons to homes including linda's home.
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>> we hope this will continue. we'll keep praying. we hope she will be back with us. >> reporter: as of now the search has been suspended. a fire captain has been killed and several hurt after an explosion at a home in the bronx. crews a gas leak and what appeared to be a drug lab. before they could assess the situation it exploded. he was hit by the debris and taken to the hospital where he died. >> it is with profound the passing of the michael fahey, 17-year veteran.
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devoted member of the department and good man. and the incident is under investigation. a big fire in santa cuz, california has burned 1000 acres. and evacuations have been ordered for people there. several stations have been set up for people needing food and shelter. this is a fire that started yesterday threatened 300 structures. >> last night the debate drama unfolding with donald trump and hillary clinton going head to heed. it was a spirited night on the campus with the candidates coming up big. >> to the highlights and the poll numbers, we have coverage for you of the debate with
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>> and donald trump speaking out after the debate pointing to a mic problem, suggesting that someone may have tried to sabatoge him. they gave me a defective mic. >> hillary clinton staying positive meeting with supporters spending an hour and a half on stage. >> we cannot take anything nor granted. >> what was a handshake at the start ended with a fire >> he surprised me for preparing for the debate. yes, i did, you know what else i prepared for, i prepared to be president -- president, that's a good thing, she has experience and bad experience. and so many bad things. shes has experience but it is bad. >> and after the debate i spoke
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she is a phoney. don king broke out the match. >> a fight that was hyped up you know but at the end it did not live up to it, professor traveled for the event. >> what did it feel like that people may not have sensed at home? >> you know there was a little. good deal more laughter and snickering for the candidates despite the moderator's attempt to have everyone stay silent. le time to the things that are said. >> if you consider this a height no knock out punch. this is round 1 and round 2 in a couple of months. and then round three to finish it up. back to the format here in long island. at hofstra university. meantime the vice presidential nominees both opening up on their takes of the debate showdown earlier on the
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, i was happy to be there and see donald trump lay down his positive vision. and. >> i thought hillary's best momentways donald trump was challenged about the comments he made about her looks she does not look presidential. he tried to change that saying i talked about her stamina. she said you go to 120 countries, you sit off a hearing about stamina. in the split screen i was watching she looked like she was ready for another 11 hours of debate. he looked like he ran out of gas. that showed kind of a temperament and preparedness here. and it worked to her advantage. >> and there is buzz about who won the debate. 62% are declaring hillary
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trump at 27%. the time online poll shows that people think trump won. 55% to 45%. 1.7 million people have voted in the poll. and enough turning to your forecast. a bit of sunshine trying to breakthrough. and 60ed and 70s. and a couple of showers lingg the composite. and the clouds. and 72, 73. and 74s out there. and that's the most that you have to have. tkpw-fptdy along the coast line.
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days. and wednesday and thursday but there will be drizzle around and best chance of showers. and so it is a long stretch of cool weather. more in the forecast. details now on a story that teen arrested for bringing a clock to school his father is suing a host and fox news saying heey made false statements. bomb after he brought the clock to school. the mead ya outlets accused his family of being terrorists. the school suspended the teen but the police eventually dropped the charge. workers are opening up accounts that were not authorized. this has been going on longer than the bank acknowledged. when an employee remembers her manager telling her to open the
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for the second time in six years someone has attacked the oak trees at auburn in alabama a 29-year-old man has been arrested after he set fire to one of the prized oaks. back in 2010 a tree was poisoned and took several years to recover. ultimately the tree will have to be replaced. >> it burned >> the auburn university scientist is frustrated talking about the damage. >> and we, this is soon after the poisoning. at that time i had no idea it would take us this long to make this whole again. after the tradition and the victory for this to occur that's devastating. >> the fire damaging the tree
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its growth making it uneven compared to the unburned oak. >> we have probably will not know the extent of the damage. >> there is a silver lining a student showed when she chased down and helped catch the 29-year-old. he is suspected of setting the fire. he and taylor thanking one another when they met. >> we appreciate what you did. that took a what you did. the you a burp family thanks you, you went through a lot with the trees. >> and he is accused of setting the fire. and charged with criminal mischief. and the police shooting in tulsa, oklahoma.
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crutcher. al sharpton organized it and the officer who shot and killed the victim has been charged with manslaughter in the first degree. and investigating after 9 people were injured in a shooting in houston. an attorney was wearing nazi emblems when he opened fire outside of an apartment complex. one victim is in cite continue. they shot and killed the gunman. >> gathering for a vigil where five people were gunned down. people throughout the city holding up signs of support and the 20 early arcan cetine confused to the shootings. in a show of support on monday night football, players and coaches from the falcons and the saints gathering for a demonstration. they joined hands and formed a circle following the playing of
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support for their peers who have been protesting social unjustice. stale ahead here. david ortiz to see a full money when the sox play the yankees. he expects to see howsnd -- thousands. and all right. looking to buy a surveillance media giant. why they are interested in twitter. >> we want to see we'll find it not a lot there in
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it has been cold lately. you have to bundle up and wear extra clothing. >> i thought it was a little warmer today. >> that was the tradeoff. >> trading that in for the ice scraper. and nowhere close to that this morning. but we had water to contend
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quarter of an inch. from high afternoon nis and taunton a third and half an inch of without. not a tree amend but enough to water the lawn here. no drought ender though. >> out we have the winning -- thinning of the overpast. allowing for sunshine. lone showers and in nantucket. drying out it is the thickest, go. and clouds are yielding to partial sunshine. and off shore. i would say we're all right. we're back in. the low pressure if he the south. wobbles around. some of that moisture is backed off the ocean.
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building. with the strong northeast wind. now can you see the forecast model. a lot -- not a lot of rain in high rs. and clouds and gusty wind. holding temperatures close to 60. and the transition into the cooler weather you will need the hacketty. and it is getting pushed to the north and east over the weekend. friday and saturday. heavier showers than wednesday and thursday. many are less. expect the rains across the mid-atlantic. central pennsylvania.
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we need as much water as we can get. nice to see some rain out there but not help us out tremendously. peak color not yet. and what we have more popping up there across the green and white mountains. this east to the east. and it will be matthew. cool. holding close to 60. boston red sox opening up the series in new york tonight against the rival yankees with a ing magic number for clinching. and david ortiz expecting an unusual reception in this final visit to yankee stadium. they were planning to moon me. >> the fans were going to moon you.
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>> 50,000. >> 100,000 butt cheeks out there >> would that distract him. he revealed the plan while appearing late night with seth myers. and we'll have to be watching the stands. >> farewell. coming up on into is helpingmy prescription costs keep going up. it's more expensive every year. it would be a lot cheaper to buy my medication from canada. kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry.
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all that money it just changes you. kelly ayotte's not working for us. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. pam griffin: our daughter courtney got caught in a web of opiate and heroin addiction. doug griffin: our insurance company indicated that courtney's problem wasn't a matter of life and death - so she wasn't eligible for treatment. pam griffin: she told me that she didn't want to live like this anymore... she begged... she begged for help,
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pam griffin: we knew we had to save other families from losing their children. kelly reached out to us. doug griffin: she came to my family to learn more. pam griffin: she listened to what we had to say, who we were - she cared about us... she didn't know us. pam griffin: we talked about the ways to remove the stigma of addiction so parents can get help. doug griffin: kelly co-authored the comprehensive addiction and recovery act - this act will save kids' lives... ...and enable families to get the help they need. doug griffin: we don't want courtney to be remembered struggle to achieve recovery. pam griffin: kelly believes recovery is possible. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte and i approved this message. you know how it is with birthdays, they want a party and presents. this girl in mississippi had something different in mind. it is a neat story she gave up the toys and gifts to help animals
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> may ton is nine. she is excited for her birthday to come around. >> i tid want them. >> but then a change of heart. >> then the thought about how i love animals. >> rather than dolls or clothes that win girls over. >> i decided to make donations. and instead of a friend bring dog items. >> she forefited her gifts make a delivery to the animal shelter. >> dog beds and toys. i was happy that people gave money to give like 100 something to the animal shelter. $127. >> she see the values for more
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can help people if a person is blind they can help them go the right way. or protect you from danger. >> she has wisdom beyond here years. >> better to give than receive. >> for every birthday it will be the same. >> when i h for toe nations. >> what a good heart. this was the best birthday she had so far. the forecast for us. temperatures in the 70s. but barely cracking 60.
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one in eight women will face breast cancer. early detection can mean the difference between life and death. planned parenthood gives new hampshire women access to life saving cancer screenings. but ayotte voted to defund planned parenthood six times. why? because ayotte opposes a woman's right to choose. in her relentless effort to overturn roe v. wade, ayotte puts critical cancer screenings at risk, hurting new hampshire women. kelly ayotte:
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and interested in buying twitter. and it is working with a possible brid. twitter is seeking about $30 billion. the deal gives disney a new outlet. and. >> just married couple has a guest crash their suit. that's tom hanks. he was jogging and gran grat eye
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had a few pictures. offered that he is an orgained minister. >> get out. >> yes, i didn't know that as all. >> what a nice guy i love that shot. what a gentleman, i didn't know about that. what a surprise, right. >> lower to middle 70s. clouds spinning out. mild and hanging tough through buzzards bay. and gusty. cool the rest of the week. that's its for us. >> thank you for watching.
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i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools? every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million dollars, just last year. we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too. at ikea, we believe that everything - from your lamp to your couch - should work as hard as you do. that green living is something everyone can afford. that you can sacrifice everything but a good night sleep.
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all right, listen up, everybody. okay. kill anything you absolutely do not need. computers. lights. whatever. we got to shut down some of these generators. they can't run 24/7. >> hope: somebody just tried to hit another gas station. >> roman: oh, my god. these idiots. i can't believe the pumps don't work without electricity. >> abe: yeah, well, salem electric is importing crews from chicago, so they hope to have power up in some areas by tomorrow morning. >> roman: all right, good, 'cause it's gonna be one hell of a long night. >> abe: all right, does anybody want to update me on what happened in that alley? >> roman: yeah. when john got to her, clyde weston had a gun on kate. orpheus was about to shoot marlena or claire. both probably. john managed to wound orpheus. we don't know how bad, because they both got away while john was getting everybody to safety. >> abe: so if orpheus is wounded, it should slow the bastards down. >> hope: or make them more desperate.


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