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des moines police are calling the death of a woman found overnight "suspicious". officers went check on the welfare of a woman in the 14-hundred block of pioneer road around 4-30 this morning... when they arrived, they found her dead in her home. detectives and investigators are currently on the scene. they say her death is suspicious in nature, but didn't release any other details. police are expected to release more information in the case later today. the inmate who escaped from the newton correctional release center is back behind bars this morning. 28 year old edward shorter was reported missing from the minimal security facility yesterday afternoon. the iowa state patrol, jasper, polk and marion county deputies assisted in
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drug related sentence out of polk county... was found a few hours later. a group of iowa students are finally headed home after being stranded in the snow storm in pennsylvania for nearly 23 hours... the students were attending a march for life event in washington d-c. on their way home, two bus loads of more than 100 iowans came across an accident on the pennsylvania turnpike and had to stop overnight due to the weather. on saturday, the group left the bus to participate in a spontaneous mass. they were joined by hundreds of others stuck in the snow.. the dowling catholic students for life group updated their progress on social media. they wrote "22 hours later and halfway through singing the divine mercy chaplet...we moved. thank you for the prayers." about a week from the caucuses, the des moines register unveils its
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the paper picked democrat hillary clinton and republican marco rubio. the editorial board says clinton is a thoughtful public servant who has respect from leaders around the world. and believes rubio has an uplifting message and wants to hold a referendum on the nation's identity. while campaigning in iowa this weekend, both candidates said they were pleased to receive the register's support. the register interviewed all the major candidates.. some twice... with the exception of donald trump and ted cruz. well we're pleased obviously, anytime we can get people to ratify what our campaign is about - and i think largely it's because and what we're excited about -- obviously we're concerned about the direction of america , like i said i am frustrated about the
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think you have to have solutions too about how we're gonna get this turn it around and i am proud to say we built our campaign on that and i think the des moines register has recognized that. "we're not telling people how to vote, we're lucky in iowa to get a front row seat to this and so we have an opportunity to spend time with the candidates and so we are able to form these opinions and really be able to delve in the issues with them so that's why we think that it is important to endorse, but at the end of the day making your decision on who your going to caucus for is a very personal decision...who they are going to caucus for." the register's endorsements hasn't always influenced the outcome. in the last two presidential cycles, the paper picked candidates who lost the caucuses. rubio's push to the finish line includes stops in cedar rapids and waterloo today. here in the metro, rick santorum is attending a church service in urbandale later in the day, trump will hold a rally in muscatine. mike huckabee is in cedar rapids for an iowa right to life forum and ben carson is holding a "trust in god" town hall in marshalltown and ames tonight. hilary clinton is hosting three "get out the caucus" events in
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her last stop will be in west des moines at valley southwoods freshman high school doors open at six tonight...with the event starting at 7-30 meanwhile, bernie sanders is busy campaigning in the eastern part of the state. he has three stops.. in decorash, fayette and independence. tomorrow, all three democratic presidential hopefuls will field questions from voters in des moines... the c-n-n town hall will be held at drake university... one week from the first-in-the nation caucuses and with clinton and sanders locked in a close battle for iowa. the two hour town hall starts at eight tomorrow night. mark your calendar and plan your stops for this year's ragbrai. the newly released route will take cyclists across southern iowa....from glenwood to muscatine. riders will pass through shenandoah, creston, leon, centerville, ottumwa, and washington. the course covers nearly 420 miles and is being touted as 15th easiest course in the event's 44 year
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it's such a huge shot in the arm for these towns...besides the county fair, besides the fourth of july celebration, this is when the circus comes to town." more than 10-thousand riders are expected to pedal across iowa from july 23rd to the 30th. knoxville high school students spent the night trying to beat cancer at the coaches vs cancer basketball game. organizers say no matter how much money is raised, they're proud of their town. "it's just the people of knoxville, never in our wildest dreams did we ever imagine that would happen our town has just gotten behind us 100 percent." this is the eighth year the knoxville community has raised money for the cure. the students have held the title of the donating high school in the nation for the last three years. to date, knoxville's coaches vs. cancer has raised more than 282 -thousand dollars just ahead on today in iowa
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u-n-i plus acapella takes center stage. some of the ways you can spend your
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the person who lives here... has to solve problems as big as the world... and as small as your kitchen table. that's the job. everyday. and now, the first lady who helped get healthcare for eight million kids... the senator who helped a city rise again... the secretary of state who stood up for america, and stared down hostile leaders around the world... is the one candidate for president who has everything it takes to do every part of the job...
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and medicare... or shut down planned parenthood... she'll take on the gun lobby... finally get equal pay for women... and stop the republicans from ripping all our progress away. so on february first, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keep america safe... and build a stronger economy... hillary's the choice... i'm listening to you, i'm fighting for you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. good morning everyone. it's another great day to get out and enjoy des moines and the metro. vocalosity takes a-capella to a whole new level. catch the group at the des moines civic center tonight at 7-30 tickets start at 20 dollars the drake women's basketball team hits the hardwood against the u-n-i
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afternoon at the knapp center tickets for adults are 10 dollars and 5 dollars for kids ages 3 to 18 remember, there are thousands of ways to enjoy des moines and the metro. to find out how, check out our website at catch des moines dot com. we'll see continued cloudiness for sunday with temperatures rising into the middle 30s. more fog and freezing drizzle is expected sunday night through monday morning. the next system will move in on monday bringing a chance for rain,
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less than 1" in the des moines metro with more possible throughout the northern most counties. conditions will still be slick and updates should be monitored over the next couple of days. beyond monday conditions will improve as more sunshine is expected along with temperatures in the
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older iowans say a simple surgery is giving them more freedom from their
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say will get their vision headed in the right direction. coming up in sports, iowa state the states top
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"it's your eyes and that's one
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but, your vision can get blurry and dull as you get older. about 60 percent of people 60 and older develop cataracts, and those chances increase as you age. surgery can fix the problem and even provide freedom from glasses. channel 13's megan reuther explains. "let me take a look and see how you're doing." visiting the eye doctor is nothing new for diana whited. "i've worn glasses since i was 10 or 11." but, a couple months ago, she realized her vision wasn't what it should be. "things were dull, the colors were dull, and i didn't realize that as much until after the fact and things were getting blurry at night. it was harder to drive." she needed surgery to remove her cataracts, which causes the lens of the eye to become cloudy as we age. "by removing the cataract from the eye and replacing it with a clear lens that never gets cloudy again. it's a permanent solution."dr. ejaz husain with associated ophthalmologists in west des moines says it's a common surgery...and
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it comes to the implanted lens. traditionally we have used monofocal lens implants that unfortunately only allowed people to see at one focus, so people always needed reading glasses. "with the introduction of the new lenses it's given the patient independence from glasses all together." "it's great now dean hammerstrom got the multi-focal lens implants four years ago. "you get up, you don't have to
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watch t.v. or do anything like that, so it's changed my life quite a bit." "this surgery has helped thousands of patients and now the next generation of lenses is out where you can customize the lenses to your life." "so that if a patient likes to read a lot, we have a certain lens for that. if a patient likes to drive or shop a lot and they want to see intermediate vision, we have a lens for that." whited likes the freedom the surgery has given her. "i'm looking forward to taking a trip because i've had to wear prescription sunglasses for a long time. "i'm always looking for my other pair of glasses, so now i can buy those really nice fun sunglasses, like before."as life becomes brighter and clearer. in west des moines, megan reuther, channel 13 news. to get the surgery, you must have healthy eyes, minimal astigmatism and the motivation to be free of glasses. ming up in sports... the pressures on for iowa state at t- c-u... find out if the cyclones pulled
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the person who lives here... has to solve problems as big as the world...
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that's the job. everyday. and now, the first lady who helped get healthcare for eight million kids... the senator who helped a city rise again... the secretary of state who stood up for america, and stared down hostile leaders around the world... is the one candidate for president who has everything it takes to do every part of the job... she'll never let anyone privatize social security and medicare... or shut down planned parenthood... she'll take on the gun lobby... finally get equal pay for women... and stop the republicans from ripping all our progress away. so on february first, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keep america safe... and build a stronger economy... hillary's the choice... i'm listening to you, i'm fighting for you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver. i'm hillary clinton
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today was the ultimate definition of a trap game for iowa state. number 1 oklahoma on monday, 3rd ranked kansas next monday. sandwiched in between, the worst team in the big 12, tcu. do not adjust your tv sets. tcu's floor is bright white and gray. 1st half. jameel mckay. baseline, reverse dunk! isu up 1. then its defense leading to offense. monte morris the steal, all the way, up and under layup good. cyclones led 21-19. we have a deonte burton
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the bench. 31-23 just before half. 1 point 3 seconds left. abdul nader, gets it off. good! iowa state up 37-28 at the half. more from deep in the 2nd. morris, nottoms up. 18 points for monte. then its georges niang up top to mckay, alley oop. lets dunk. lead up to 14. matt thomas, solid. 15 points. cyclones win 73-60 over tcu. iowa state now gets ready for another big monday showdown, this time against the hated kansas jayhawks. tip set for 8pm monday night. number 1 oklahoma at 13th ranked baylor. 2nd half sooners up 10, on the run. buddy hield drops in 3. 16 treys for o-u. sooners roll 82-72 take a look at the crowded big 12 standings. 4 - way tie at the top. baylor, oklahoma, kansas, and west virginia all 5-2. cyclones just 1 game back at 4-3, tied for 5th with texas.
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continues for the cyclone women. after winning 8 in a row, iowa state now trying to avoid their 4th loss in the last 5 games. huge test today at home against 4th ranked baylor. 1st q. bridget carlton, 3 from the corner. 9 points for the freshman. cyclones down 1. later in the first. seanna johnson. slicing. high off glass. 22 points for seanna, isu up 2. but the bears dominate inside, outrebound iowa state 40-25... baylor wins 77-61 1 month ago the talk surrounding uni was, why aren't the panthers ranked? oh how things can change. northern iowa now just 10 and 10 overall, and trying to stay above water. on the road today at illinois state. 1st half, lookin good -- matt bohannon offers up his specialty, the 3 -- uni up 4. wes washpun -- solid outing -- 23 in the ballgame -- thi
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uni lead to 6. but the panthers get outrebounded again, and cant hold the lead. redbirds win 76-67 drake loses again. bulldogs fall at loyola 68-63. drake now 0 and 8 in the mvc. iowa energy lose at home to delaware 119-105. the annual ed winger wrestling classic showcases some of the best talent in iowa. a great tuneup for the state tournamnt which is less than a month away. 21 teams on hand at urbandale high school. semifinal matches. 120 pounds. johnston's zach price a takedown in extra time to beat waukee's jacob allison 4-2. 126- nate lendt of southeast polk gets jacob watters on his back and that is a fall.
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win over joe howard of indianola. 145- dowlings michael zachary, defending state champ. rolls tech fall 21-6 over reed hillenga. brother jacob likes it. 170. marcus coleman, another state champ...hard fought 9-6 win over bryce pilcher. 182. dowling's kaden sauer wastes little time. 1st period pin on johnston's ben wilson then at 220. rocky lombardi gets wyatt wriedt in a bad spot. another first period fall. valley edges se polk for the team title by 1 point, waukee finishes 3rd. grand view wrestling has been ranked number 1 for four-plus years. taking on graceland under the spotlight. 133 pounds. top ranked godwin cutler no problem with khamin crow. 20-5 tech fall. vikings continue to roll at 157. grant henderson only needs a minute before he sticks dakota britt. vikings roll over graceland 44-9
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rockford 1-zip. with your sports on today in iowa, i'm
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it is cloudy this morning with some low visibilities less than 4 miles in spots. a few roads are frosty and slick, mainly in northern iowa.
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are mild in the upper 20s. we will only warm into the low to mid 30s today with continued cloudiness. recapping this mornings top stories... des moines police are calling the death of a woman found overnight "suspicious". officers went to
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welfare of a woman in the 14-hundred block of pioneer road around 4-30 this morning... when they arrived, they found her dead in her home. detectives and investigators are currently on the scene. they say her death is suspicious in nature, but didn't release any other details. two busloads of more than 100 iowans are finally headed home... after getting stuck in a snow storm in pennsylvania. some students from dowling catholic were part of a group attending a march for life event in washington d-c. they became stranded on the pennsylvania turnpike for almost 23 hours due to the weather. but the students say they're everyone for their prayers. the east coast is finally about to get a break from the monster snow storm that hit this weekend. as could really use it. the massive winter storm clobbering the eastern united states from southern virginia to new york
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washington, dc.... where the snow plows are out in full force.. along with the national guard. the dc police chief got her hands dirty as well, as she helped push a stuck cruiser. the city's mayor said 300 9-1-1 calls friday night -- were all answered. washington, dc: "this is an emergency event, and we are very much still in our emergency response phase."for the most part, the city is ground to a standstill with most roads deserted. the capitol dome ... the washington monument .. the white house are nearly invisible in the blizzard conditions that are expected to continue into the overnight hours. nearby dulles airport-- empty. the airport barely visible, the few remaining planes covered in snow. meanwhile, in central kentucky, some drivers were stranded along a 35-mile stretch of interstate 75 for as many as 19 hours, from friday afternoon to saturday morning. a
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pennsylvania turnpike: cars stuck for 5 miles. and in north carolina, a fatal truck accident caused a huge backup. as the storm affects approximately 85 million americans, it wasn't expected to have such an impact on new jersey and new york: on the new jersey shore, tides are on the rise, flooding coastal towns with ocean water... forcing more than 50 people to evacuate from their homes. while coastal flooding was always a worry, cnn was live in margate, new jersey as the ocean waters overwhelmed the sea wall and spilled into the streets. and in new york city, the bridges and tunnels onto the island of manhattan closed at 230 pm - the result of a travel ban. the normally bustling times square looks like a ghost town. the governor is calling for common sense. new york: "our own citizens can
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road. all it takes is one car to get stuck and now that road is not passable and the plows can't plow that road and the situation quickly descends into chaos. we have seen this time and time again." and it's far from over, with the storm tracking north overnight. new york: "between the snow fall and the wind, it is really a treacherous, treacherous situation." forecasters say snowfall will probably stop in most major cities this morning. early this morning a 7-point- 1 magnitude earthquake struck alaska the quake lasted about 30 seconds and hit near cook inlet police say there were no reports of major damage or injury. and the national weather service is reporting no tsunami threat from the quake because of how deep it struck. two smaller earthquakes struck within 30 minutes of the first one. a jailbreak has sparked a
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accused of violent crimes. the three men escaped sometime friday from a jail in santa ana... about 40 miles southeast of l-a. authorities say the inmates cut through the steel bars... went to the roof of the jail... and then rappelled down the wall using sheets. two of the escapees are facing murder charges.. the third is accused of kidnapping. "it seems that the inmates cut through half-inch steel bars to facilitate their escape. the information also suggests the inmates cut ther way through the plumbing tunnels and ultimately gained access to an unsecured area of the roof. from the roof the inmates rappelled off the roof of the building behind me down to the ground. at that point we believe they fled on foot." this is the first escape at the jail in at least 20 years.
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are expressing shock over the shooting death of a 5-year-old boy. it happened yesterday evening outside a piggly wiggly grocery store in beloit. police say austin ramos jr. was riding in the car with his father when another car pulled beside them and opened fire. news of the boy's death spread through the small community.. some even saying the gun violence has gotten so bad they are ready to move. police in canada have charged a 17 year old boy with four counts of first-degree murder following a deadly school shooting, police say the teen shot nine people at the la losh community school on friday...killing two teachers. the suspect is also accused of murdering two brothers ages 17 and 13 in a home before heading to the school that day. officials have not released the shooter's name because he is a minor. the boy also faces 7 counts of attempted murder charges. authorities say they aren't aware of a motive at this time. with a little more than a week to go..the candidates are criss-crossing
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every possible vote on caucus night. channel 13's reid chandler caught up with some of the republican hopefuls on the campaign trail... reid intro: 10 days to the iowa caucuses, republican candidates hitting the campaign trail hard throughout central iowa. while donald trump and ted cruz take turns leading polls in the state, marco rubio reminds us it's still anyone's game, as he snags an endorsement from the des moines register this evening. --- in a countdown to caucus night...donald trump continues to fill the seats as he swings through pella. many of his supporters telling reporters almost nothing could make them change their mind about voting for him. presidential candidate"the people - my people are so smart. and you know what else they say about my people - the polls! they say i have the most loyal people. did you ever see that? where i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters okay? it's like incredible." - cnn bite iowa senator chuck grassley stopping short of an endorsement...but sharing a stage with the donald,
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republicans. in ankeny...trump's biggest rival, senator ted cruz, collecting a loyal crowd of his own. "listen, i like donald trump. he may say unpleasant things about me - i have no intention of responding in kind. i do not intend to insult him, i like and respect him. ." - ted cruz cruz receiving the backing of another iowa congressman, steve king. even tea party darling glen beck throwing his weight behind the candidate. "it's the david and goliath story; you want somebody whose bold? it's not some guy who has a bunch of strip clubs and casinos. it's a guy who stands on his principles relentlessly." - glenn beck the battle between trump and cruz could see more trouble from third place candidate marco rubio than the two front- runners expected... an endorsement from the des moines register saturday night calls for iowa republicans to pick rubio, claiming he's something new and fresh for the party. that's a point rubio himself pushed hard to voters in indianola saturday night. "it's incredible that i live in a place where the son of a bartender and a
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and the same future as a son of a president and the son of an immigrant." "i understand and i'm frustrated because i'm facing or have faced many of the same challenges people in this country are facing. and i think it's good to have a president who understands these challenges personally." -marco rubio other candidates, like 2008 iowa caucus winner mike huckabee, also in central iowa saturday, hoping for a last-minute surge. a lot of uncertainty - but one thing is known: the battle for iowa won't be an easy one for any of these republicans. --- reid tag: the des moines register's endorsement for rubio this evening carries its weight, but it's important to note the paper's editorial board isn't always in line with the minds of iowa caucus-goers. since 19-88, only three of their endorsed candidates went on to win the iowa caucuses a week later. reporting in indianola, reid chandler, channel 13 news. and trumps' comment about his loyal voters is rubbing some of his rivals the wrong way... if he shot somebody he'll probably be convicted of a first degree felony and
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well felons probably can't run for president. i don't know, i'm just saying. reporters also asked marco rubio and ted cruz about trump's shooting comments. both shook their heads and said they didn't think it was a good idea. the latest polls show trump with a commanding lead in the republican presidential race. tomorrow, all three democratic presidential hopefuls will field questions from voters in des moines... the c-n-n town hall will be held at drake university... one week from the first-in-the nation caucuses and with clinton and sanders locked in a close battle for iowa. the two hour town hall starts at eight tomorrow night. one of new york's former city mayors may run for president... a source from cnn says michael bloomberg is expected to make a decision by march. a spokesman for the former mayor
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consideration was first reported saturday morning by the new york times. it wrote that the media mogul would be willing to spend 1 billion dollars of his own money on a white house bid. former ultimate fighting champ ronda rousey is finally speaking out about her loss against holly holm. "this is the first time i'm talking to my fans since i lost to holly holm in november, which, by the way, was a fight holly deserved to win. and i just wanted to take a minute to sincerely congratulate her. claps...that's enough." the 28 year old fighter hosted saturday night live. her opening monolgue was the first time she publicly talked about her first career loss. holm stunned fans when she knocked rousey out in the second round of their u-f-c main event back in november. the two will likely have a rematch later this year if holm can beat miesha tate on march 5 in las
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(donkey noise) (elephant noise) (mic screech) there's a big difference between making noise... (mic tap) ...and making sense. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates! enough talk.
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the world a president has to grapple with, sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's prepared for it like no other. a tireless secretary of state, standing up against the abuse of women and girls. negotiating a cease-fire in gaza, leading the diplomacy that keeps us out of war. the presidency is the toughest job in the world... and she's the one leader who has what it takes to get every part of the job done. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. while most people living in washington, d-c stayed inside this weekend... one of the city's most celebrated residents was having a ball in the snow. the national zoo's giant panda, tian tian looks like he loves all the snow. cameras caught him yesterday sliding down hills and frolicking around in his enclosure.
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visitors this weekend because of the massive snowfall in washington. we'll see continued cloudiness for sunday with temperatures rising into the middle 30s. more fog and freezing drizzle is expected sunday night through monday morning. the next system will move in on monday bringing a chance for rain,
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less than 1" in the des moines metro with more possible throughout the northern most counties. conditions will still be slick and updates should be monitored over the next couple of days. beyond monday conditions will improve as more sunshine is expected along with temperatures in the
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has des moines ever received as much snow as new york city has this weekend? the quick answer: no. central park recieved 26.8" of snow this weekend, just below the all time snow storm total of 26.9". des moines highest totals come over a three day stretch from december 30, 1941 through january 1st, 1942. the three day total adds up to only 23.7"... so below that total for this weekend's storm in new
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coming up on today in iowa sunday... see how a simple
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strength back to young hospital patients. and meet the college student helping those kids feel like real life
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you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care
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hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. hospitals can be scary, especially for kids. but one college student came up with a way to help put them at ease. a little creativity and imagination is all it took.. the idea is to turn the kids' i-v bags into a source for superpowers. stacey sager has the story. "so when we put super sam on your iv, his superpowers come into you and make you all better."sure sounds good to 6-year-old erik carmona of willowbrook, who just had his appendix removed here at northwell health's staten island university hospital. "it hurts over here, over here."but things can change
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got "superpower status." "this one looks like superman."actually it is super sam, one of 10 i-v "heroes" created by molloy college junior bobby lenahan here in rockville centre. "and it is a simple paper sleeve that transforms the hospital room into an opportunity to get superpowers."like shadow control to hide if you're a quick shadow, or if you're diamond mask. "impervious to anything, she can turn her skin into diamond, make the kids feel strong."especially if they're more seriously ill than erik. he's the ninth pediatric patient to try i-v heroes at this hospital. the others all had cancer or blood disorders, but gave the product very high marks. "now eventually the goal is to have some of the more famous i-v heroes come for a visit, like disney princesses? batman?"widening the scope of his patent-pending product is something bobby would love to do, maybe even include versions for adults as well. they cost under a dollar each to
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for now it's all about endorsements like the one from the sister of a 2-year-old patient. "she runs straight to the back and asks for super sally because she wants to make her little sister feel safe." "you introduce these covers, and they seem to calm down."such a simple concept that seems priceless. hospital officials with a children's cancer center that first tested the superhero i-v bags say they've had tremendous results. they say all of their patients reported a better mood after the superhero i-v was installed. coming up on today in iowa sunday... severe winter weather has kept police across the country busy. see how some officers spent their break in the snow...and why they could be giving nfl players a run for their money. congress doesn't regulate wall street... wall street regulates congress. it's a rigged economy that sends most new wealth to the top 1%. and it's held in place
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where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is funded by over two and a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
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the world a president has to grapple with, sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's prepared for it like no other. a tireless secretary of state, standing up against the abuse of women and girls. negotiating a cease-fire in gaza, leading the diplomacy that keeps us out of war. the presidency is the toughest job in the world... and she's the one leader who has what it takes to get every part of the job done. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. when the blizzard hit washington, d-c... a couple of officers couldn't resist joining a pick-up game of
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was caught on tape. you can only imagine what these guys thought when the patrol car pulled up so they did. that's an officer catching the ball... who knocked down one young man... and then rumbled down the street for what looked like a touchdown. if the washington redskins need some offensive help next year... maybe they
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morning's top stories.. congress doesn't regulate wall street... wall street regulates congress. it's a rigged economy that sends most new wealth to the top 1%. and it's held in place by a corrupt political system where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is funded by over two and a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
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suspicious death. des moines police are investigating overnight. where officers found the body and what led them to the crime scene. presidential endorsements... iowa's largest paper makes its picks for the white house. who the register chose from both parties and the reasons behind their selections. it is cloudy this morning with
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a few roads are frosty and slick, mainly in northern iowa. temperatures are mild in the upper 20s. we will only warm into the low to mid 30s today with continued cloudiness. des moines police are calling the death of a woman found
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des moines police are calling the death of a woman found overnight "suspicious". officers went check on the welfare of a woman in the 14-hundred block of pioneer road around 4-30 this morning... when they arrived, they found her dead in her home. detectives and investigators are currently on the scene. they say her death is suspicious in nature, but didn't release any other details. police are expected to release more information in the case later today. the inmate who escaped from the newton correctional release center is back behind bars this morning. 28 year old edward shorter was reported missing from the minimal security facility yesterday afternoon. the iowa state patrol, jasper, polk and marion county deputies assisted in the search. shorter... who is serving a 20-year drug related sentence out of polk county... was found later inside a des moines residence at 9-30 last night. a group of iowa students are finally headed home after being
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the snow storm in pennsylvania for nearly 23 hours... the students were attending a march for life event in washington d-c. on their way home, two bus loads of more than 100 iowans came across an accident on the pennsylvania turnpike and had to stop overnight due to the weather. on saturday, the group left the bus to participate in a spontaneous mass. they were joined by hundreds of others stuck in the snow.. the dowling catholic students for life group updated their progress on social media. they wrote "22 hours later and halfway through singing the divine mercy chaplet...we moved. thank you for the prayers." about a week from the caucuses, the des moines register unveils its endorsements for president. the paper picked democrat hillary clinton and republican marco rubio. the editorial board says clinton is a thoughtful public servant who has respect from leaders around the world. and believes rubio has an uplifting
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referendum on the nation's identity. while campaigning in iowa this weekend, both candidates said they were pleased to receive the register's support. the register interviewed all the major candidates.. some twice... with the exception of donald trump and ted cruz. well we're pleased obviously, anytime we can get people to ratify what our campaign is about - and i think largely it's because and what we're excited about -- obviously we're concerned about the direction of america , like i said i am frustrated about the direction of america, but i think you have to have solutions too about how we're gonna get this turn it around and i am proud to say we built our campaign on that and i think the des moines register has recognized that. "we're not telling people how to vote, we're lucky in iowa to get a front row seat to this and so we have an opportunity to spend time with the candidates and so we are able to form these opinions and really be able to delve in the issues with them so that's why we think that it is important to endorse, but at the end of the day making your decision on who your going to caucus for is a very personal decision...who they
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the register's endorsements hasn't always influenced the outcome. in the last two presidential cycles, the paper picked candidates who lost the caucuses. rubio's push to the finish line includes stops in cedar rapids and waterloo today. here in the metro, rick santorum is attending a church service in urbandale later in the day, trump will hold a rally in muscatine. mike huckabee is in cedar rapids for an iowa right to life forum and ben carson is holding a "trust in god" town hall in marshalltown and ames tonight. hilary clinton is hosting three "get out the caucus" events in iowa today. her last stop will be in west des moines at valley southwoods freshman high school doors open at six tonight...with the event starting at 7-30 meanwhile, bernie sanders is busy campaigning in the eastern part of the state. he has three stops.. in
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and independence. tomorrow, all three democratic presidential hopefuls will field questions from voters in des moines... the c-n-n town hall will be held at drake university... one week from the first-in-the nation caucuses and with clinton and sanders locked in a close battle for iowa. the two hour town hall starts at eight tomorrow night. mark your calendar and plan your stops for this year's ragbrai. the newly released route will take cyclists across southern iowa....from glenwood to muscatine. riders will pass through shenandoah, creston, leon, centerville, ottumwa, and washington. the course covers nearly 420 miles and is being touted as 15th easiest course in the event's 44 year history... it's such a huge shot in the arm for these towns...besides the county fair, besides the fourth of july celebration, this is when the circus comes to town."
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expected to pedal across iowa from july 23rd to the 30th. knoxville high school students spent the night trying to beat cancer at the coaches vs cancer basketball game. organizers say no matter how much money is raised, they're proud of their town. "it's just the people of knoxville, never in our wildest dreams did we ever imagine that would happen our town has just gotten behind us 100 percent." this is the eighth year the knoxville community has raised money for the cure. the students have held the title of the donating high school in the nation for the last three years. to date, knoxville's coaches vs. cancer has raised more than 282
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the person who lives here... has to solve problems as big as the world... and as small as your kitchen table. that's the job. everyday. and now, the first lady who helped get healthcare for eight million kids... the senator who helped a city rise again... the secretary of state who stood up for america, and stared down hostile leaders around the world... is the one candidate for president who has everything it takes to do every part of the job... she'll never let anyone privatize social security and medicare... or shut down planned parenthood... she'll take on the gun lobby... finally get equal pay for women...
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so on february first, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keep america safe... and build a stronger economy... hillary's the choice... i'm listening to you, i'm fighting for you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver. i'm hillary clinton
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while most people living in washington, d-c stayed inside
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the city's most celebrated residents was having a ball in the snow. the national zoo's giant panda, tian tian looks like he loves all the snow. cameras caught him yesterday sliding down hills and frolicking around in his enclosure. the zoo is actually closed to visitors this weekend because of the massive snowfall in washington. we'll see continued cloudiness for sunday with temperatures
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into the middle 30s. more fog and freezing drizzle is expected sunday night through monday morning. the next system will move in on monday bringing a chance for rain, freezing drizzle, and snow. snow totals will be less than 1" in the des moines metro with more possible throughout the northern most counties. conditions will still be slick and updates should be monitored over the next couple of days. beyond monday conditions will improve as more sunshine is expected along with temperatures in the
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coming up in sports... the cyclones pull an upset against t- c-u. highlights and scores from the showdown....next. you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. that sound. like nails on a chalkboard. but listen to this: (family talking) that's a different kind of sound. the sound of the weekend. unleash the power of dough.
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it's always worth remembering... that icing the cinnamon rolls is a privilege not a right. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. as president, i will defend this nation, but i will do it responsibly. i voted against the war in iraq, and that was the right vote. we must never forget the lessons of that experience. isis must be destroyed, but we should not do it alone. we need an international coalition with muslim boots on the ground fighting with our support. it's time to end the quagmire of perpetual warfare in the middle east. as president, i will.
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today was the ultimate definition of a trap game for iowa state. number 1 oklahoma on monday, 3rd ranked kansas next monday. sandwiched in between, the worst team in the big 12, tcu. do not adjust your tv sets. tcu's floor is bright white and gray.
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baseline, reverse dunk! isu up 1. then its defense leading to offense. monte morris the steal, all the way, up and under layup good. cyclones led 21-19. we have a deonte burton sighting. lefty stroke from 3. 10 for burton off the bench. 31-23 just before half. 1 point 3 seconds left. abdul nader, gets it off. good! iowa state up 37-28 at the half. more from deep in the 2nd. morris, nottoms up. 18 points for monte. then its georges niang up top to mckay, alley oop. lets dunk. lead up to 14. matt thomas, solid. 15 points. cyclones win 73-60 over tcu. iowa state now gets ready for another big monday showdown,
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tip set for 8pm monday night. number 1 oklahoma at 13th ranked baylor. 2nd half sooners up 10, on the run. buddy hield drops in 3. 16 treys for o-u. sooners roll 82-72 take a look at the crowded big 12 standings.
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oklahoma, kansas, and west virginia all 5-2. cyclones just 1 game back at 4-3, tied for 5th with texas. the roller coaster ride continues for the cyclone women. after winning 8 in a row, iowa state now trying to avoid their 4th loss in the last 5 games. huge test today at home against 4th ranked baylor. 1st q. bridget carlton, 3 from the corner. 9 points for the freshman. cyclones down 1. later in the first. seanna johnson. slicing. high off glass. 22 points for seanna, isu up 2. but the bears dominate inside, outrebound iowa state 40-25... baylor wins 77-61 1 month ago the talk surrounding uni was, why aren't the panthers ranked? oh how things can change. northern iowa now just 10 and 10 overall, and trying to stay above water. on the road today at illinois state. 1st half, lookin good -- matt bohannon offers up his specialty, the 3 -- uni up 4. wes washpun -- solid outing -- 23 in the ballgame -- thi jumper pushes the uni lead to 6. but the panthers get outrebounded again, and cant hold the lead. redbirds win 76-67 drake loses again. bulldogs fall at loyola 68-63. drake now 0 and 8 in the mvc. iowa energy lose at home to delaware 119-105. the annual ed winger wrestling classic showcases some of the best talent in iowa. a great tuneup for the state tournament which is less than a month away. 21 teams on hand at urbandale high
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johnston's zach price a takedown in extra time to beat waukee's jacob allison 4-2. 126- nate lendt of southeast polk gets jacob watters on his back and that is a fall. 132. valley's grant stotts11-4 win over joe howard of indianola. 145- dowlings michael zachary, defending state champ. rolls tech fall 21-6 over reed hillenga. brother jacob likes it. 170. marcus coleman, another state champ...hard fought 9-6 win over bryce pilcher. 182. dowling's
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time. 1st period pin on johnston's ben wilson then at 220. rocky lombardi gets wyatt wriedt in a bad spot. another first period fall. valley edges se polk for the team title by 1 point, waukee finishes 3rd. grand view wrestling has been ranked number 1 for four-plus years. taking on graceland under the spotlight. 133 pounds. top ranked godwin cutler no problem with khamin crow. 20-5 tech fall. vikings
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henderson only needs a minute you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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des moines police are calling the death of a woman found overnight "suspicious". officers went to check on the welfare of a woman in the 14-hundred block of pioneer road around 4-30 this morning... when they arrived, they found her dead in her home. detectives and investigators are currently on the scene. they say her death is suspicious in nature, but didn't release any other details. two busloads of more than 100 iowans are finally headed home... after getting stuck in a snow storm in pennsylvania. some students from dowling catholic were part of a group attending a march for life event in washington d-c. they became stranded on the pennsylvania turnpike for almost 23 hours due to the weather. but the students say they're finally moving and thanked everyone for their prayers. coming up next on the insiders. two presidential candidates talk one on one with channel 13's dave price. hillary clinton tells us why you should be able to know how much money
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plus she shares a story about an uncomfortable overseas trip where she had to decide whether to drink a gross concoction or risk offending a mongolian family. and chris christie says why he believes other governors running for president had it too easy back home. george: my family's lived on this farm for three generations. the bakken pipeline would pump dirty crude oil across iowa. patti: the fact that bernie sanders stands up against the pipeline is one of the reasons we support him. george: bernie sanders didn't hesitate to say no to the big oil companies. patti: bernie knows that if we don't act, we threaten the climate and the health of our children. bernie sanders understands that. patti: bernie sanders has the guts
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human good morning. inside this morning, one on one twice. the first is hillary clinton. why so many democrats have disappeared since barack obama
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you should be able to know whether the person next to you at work gets a bit of a bigger bigger paycheck. our second one-on-one's chris christie. what he says he is better then all those other governors and then clinton is back with my quite a tale about hayek can't be reviewed even if that means choking down a family's warm of families warm you a gritty like gritty like you. first secretary clinton. she is locked in some kind of battle in our state with bernie sanders for the democratic presidential nomination. presidents get dinged by both in the basement comes to taking position on big issues. on marriage equality and opposition to the proposed pipeline by stone pipe line keystone pipeline keystone pipeline martin o'malley likes to show they went public with their positions way way before clinton, they would say so to clint does clinton wait too long
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i asked her about it. >> people think you are too careful and they think that you're not taking big enough --dash like they point out different policy things may be that it feels like we're kind of wait until these polls are clear to what it did whatever it is. is that just sort of your persona or do you think that is fair? >> i don't think it is accurate and i am the one leading on politics throughout this campaign. i am the one who came out with what i think are achievable policies to get the cost of college down, to refinance student debt to save people thousands of dollars. what i would do to make the affordable care act to cover more people and decrease costs and on paid leave and everything else that i have put out there i not only show you tell you what i would do but i show you how i will do it because i want people to understand. i want to make these investments
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fiscally responsible way. all i can say is i think we need someone who understands words matter because the rest of the world hangs on every word the present of the president of the president of the united states you do have to be careful what you say. i think it is important to be really clear, so if it takes a little more carefulness to say what i mean so that you can hold me accountable for what i mean, not just promising the sky, not just saying we will have free this or free that forever and ever, that is both who i am but it is also what i think the job demands because i think it is important that you lay out your agenda so people can know what you're trying to achieve and when you are elected they can measure you against back to get so that to get so as senators standers sanders too much of an ideal and you are more than more like a realist? >> i think he has to speak for
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as i say, i have the greatest respect for him and we share a lot of the same goals because we both know we've got to get the economy working for hard-working people again and get incomes rising but i think my approach is a better way to go. i think i have better ideas about how to do what i am advocating. i think that as hard as it is in the political world in washington, i can find those ways of delivering and certainly if we are lucky enough to get a democratic senate back, which i think we have a a 5050 chance of doing, i will have more leverage. i watched my husband make progress and really get incomes up. i watched president obama inherit a terrible fiscal financial mess from the republicans and dig us out of a big hole, save the auto industry and impose sanctions on wall street. all of that was hard.
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i know we make more progress when we set big goals like braised and income universal college universal health coverage but then we do with the weight d difference in the lives of people in our country. >> do you hear those subtle swipes she takes at standers during the early part of that answer? one of her biggest applauds comes out about equal pay for equal work. the country already has a law about that but coming up how clinton wants to add to that law the person who lives here... has to solve problems as big as the world... and as small as your kitchen table. that's the job. everyday. and now, the first lady who helped get healthcare for eight million kids... the senator who helped a city rise again... the secretary of state who stood up for america, and stared down hostile leaders around the world...
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it takes to do every part of the job... she'll never let anyone privatize social security and medicare... or shut down planned parenthood... she'll take on the gun lobby... finally get equal pay for women... and stop the republicans from ripping all our progress away. so on february first, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keep america safe... and build a stronger economy... hillary's the choice... i'm listening to you, i'm fighting for you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver. i'm hillary clinton
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hillary clinton does not like to numbers in particular. seventy-seven and 100. she cites those figures that show on average women make $0.77 for every dollar that a man makes on the job. some believe the federal equal pay act along with our court
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and balances we need to make sure your boss does not discriminate on payday, but clinton told me she wants more. >> we had to have more have to have more transparency because right now you can be fired or otherwise retaliated against if you try to find out what others are making under your same employer. that is why i have been a strong supporter of the paycheck fairness act which i supported, sponsored, spot and spoke for when i was in the senate because unless we can pull the curtain back, it is hard for people to really know whether they are being discriminated against. the facts, the overall big statistics show the disparity between men men and women's pay a significant and particularly bad for women of color, but we do not have a lot of the
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understand how we can point out the kind of discrepancies. i will give you a quick story. i met a young man who said he was supporting me because i was for equal pay for equal work for women and asked him why and he said because in his first job he was like 17. he went to work at the same store that employed his mother. had the same job, cashier, she was a cashier. he was really proud when he got his first paycheck. he comes home and shows his mother. her face falls. he asks her why. because her son who has been on the job for two weeks is being paid more than she had after working the same job for years. she would have never known that unless literally someone in her own household had the same job and she could look at the paycheck so my point is yes, on the law we have equal pay the equal pay act we've been fighting for since the 19 sixties.
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therefore we need more transparency. i will do whatever i can to the department of labor through executive action within the law that i could take to try to open this up because the lily ledbetter case, the most famous case that got to the supreme court. she worked in a factory, did great, became promoted and became a four person and worked really hard with the same responsibilities as the men who were doing the same work. she didn't know until years later she had never been paid the same. at some point we've got to end this. it is not right and it is an economic issue. >> i know it's hard to talk hypotheticals may be but can i just walk in your mind should be able to walk into the boss and he can give me the payroll spreader how do you know? how far does this go? >> used should be able to get comparative numbers for people who are doing the same or similar job and you should certainly not be fired or
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if you ask your fellow employees and you say what do you make in an hour now? you've been here the same amount of time i am help hausa going for you if dave said i'm making whatever he makes into thinking to yourself i've been here the same time wisely making more money that should be a basis for you to raise that with an retaliation and that's what we you have to add that layer onto the law. have public information about your salary. the little girl asked me at a town hall in the batter if you are the girl president we get paid the same as the boy president? i think so because i think that's public information and if you are in a union you got certain pay parity that you can look at but in most private employee situations women have to know if they are negotiating for themselves what is
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bands that i banned is that i can be considered in? here is my experience, here is what i have done here is the band here is where i think i fit but let me look at other people who have comparable experience and credentials. >> clinton lost the first time i ran for president. barack obama won in 2008 and that began a streak were a lot of democrats eventually lost their job in office. hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together [ cheering ] i've got some real estate here in my bag
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they've all come to look for america [ cheers and applause ] all come to look for america all come to look for america all come to look for america i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
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sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's prepared for it like no other. a tireless secretary of state, standing up against the abuse of women and girls. negotiating a cease-fire in gaza, leading the diplomacy that keeps us out of war. the presidency is the toughest job in the world... and she's the one leader who has what it takes to get every part of the job done. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. listen to these numbers since election day 20 oh 81 barack obama became chosen to be this country's next president. at the time he let a party that swelled and strength democrats have lost 69 u.s. house seats, five senate seats, a dozen governorship and more than 900
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across the country. even if democrats temporarily got an unrealistic power grab they have experienced a substantial fall since then. i asked hillary clinton what is behind that fall. >> i don't know all the answers. i believe that to the pundits but i think it is clear that when a democratic president is elected at least in the past 35 years we have had five presidents, two democrats, they often inherit problems from the republican predecessors. there is nothing glamorous about cleaning it up. for my husband it was a recession. the death debt had quadrupled in the prior 12 years. we were facing a lot of big issues, everything from crime and violence with guns to trying to figure out how we could do more to get education and he
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lot of it done. often times when you take on that big agenda and you put some points up on the board, you have had to make some tough decisions so he took on the nra when he was president. he got a ban on assault weapons. he got the brady bill through which has kept 2 million weapons out of the hands of people who should not have gotten them. and then what happens with democrats as we show up in presidential elections and we do not show up in midterm elections. the same thing happened with president obama. he got in and inherited horrible >> i get that but your husband never had to go through --dash we did not see that decline when your husband was president and he had two terms. not in these kind of numbers. >> you had a lot of political
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out, and the president has had a lot of physical challenges. i think partly the job has gotten even harder than it was. i think the rise of the far right, the tea party citizens united which is unleashed so much money with no accountability has to be really tough, really focused to get the achievements that we need against an onslaught of political opposition not just from the other side but all the forces that you're taking on. i have the greatest admiration both for my husband and for president obama because i know how hard it is. i know they accomplished a great deal that made our country better. >> secretary clinton will set aside for couple of moments and come back for not so quick quick pics picks but then she really does tell a fascinating story and we will get to that in a
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up next is chris christie on the other governors and the republican in the republican presidential race. you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done.
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as president, i will defend this nation, but i will do it responsibly. i voted against the war in iraq, and that was the right vote. we must never forget the lessons of that experience. isis must be destroyed, but we should not do it alone. we need an international coalition with muslim boots on the ground fighting with our support. it's time to end the quagmire
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as president, i will. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. i iowa governor terry branstad likes to say that he prefers presidential candidates who have been governors first. republicans do have some options this cycle. joe jeb bush of florida chris christie of new jersey, mike huckabee of arkansas and john kasich of ohio but new jersey's governor told me that his work back home is tougher than what those other governors had to deal with. >> everyone of them has done nothing other than work in a red state with a republican legislature with eight 10 something this the hall and republican legislature approves and an big stamp and give it back. that's not been my life. i've had a democratic legislature my entire life as governor. you've got to be able to make progress.
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dc will be like for the next president of other than sending things down the hall to get them stamped and approved. i'm tested, i'm ready, i'm the and the most mature guy in my leadership skills and while i like the other governors, i'm just better. >> caucus goers like that face time but the challenge is how does a the candidates make those people feel like they are getting that personal attention when all of those tv cameras are way too up close and personal? >> what is it like when you walk up to a guy and breakfast you have to sit at his table and try to have as total strangers have a fairly intimate conversation with every camera in the world that he was every would have a different angle? how do you connect that way? >> you ignore the camera. just ignore the camera. when you have been in the business as long as i have been you know that you're on camera most of the time anyway and if you allow that to change or you are then you will not connect with people on an emotional level. one thing people have always
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ability to connect with people on an emotional level and i understand them and i'm walking around at breakfast and i don't care about the cameras. i know they are there, but they don't change the way i act or who i am and i think that's what people like. next, hillary clinton is back on why she is not scared of marco rubio. and quite a story on what she had to drink on an overseas
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it is the the world a president has to grapple with, sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's prepared for it like no other. a tireless secretary of state, standing up against the abuse of women and girls. negotiating a cease-fire in gaza, leading the diplomacy that keeps us out of war. the presidency is the toughest job in the world... and she's the one leader who has what it takes to get every part of the job done.
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time for insiders quick pics with secretary clinton. question one. it seems like democrats fear marco rubio the most right now. why would that be? >> i don't know because i don't. i think all of them have made comments and staked out positions that will really come back to haunt them in the general election. >> question two during that debate senator sanders had
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speeches from goldman sachs. his aim at pages $600,000. why would they pay you that plastic much to give that speech? >> eye i make speeches to a lot of groups all of the country, many different kinds, and i think the point he is trying to make is that if you take campaign donations or if you do some work for anybody that is in the financial services world, you can't be tough and look look president obama took president obama took a lot of donations from wall street when he ran in 2008 he turned it around push through congress and found the toughest regulation on that frame that we've had on the financial industry since the great depression. i always like to smile about it because it is not senator sanders and head to for hedge funds bullying is an karl rove running ads against its me because i know i've stood up to wall street, i've taken them on i have a plan that most people say is a lot tougher than anything else. >> question number three and
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two-parter. the first part is to how many countries have you traveled. the second part would be something that really surprised you in one of those countries. >> i have traveled when i was secretary of state 112,. >> list them. >> right now right in alphabetical order. and there were a number that i went to as first lady and a senator that are not in that so more than 112. there were so many incredible surprises but probably when i went to mongolia i wanted to go see how the nomadic people have lived so i went out and saw the beautiful countryside and went and met a family in a year and i was inside meeting them asking them about their lives
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their hospitality to offer warm mare's mares milk because they milk their horses and their yaks. this was horse milk. and it was offered with great hospitality and graciousness, and the whole family was looking at me and so you know i lifted it up and i took a little bit of it and it was quite challenging. it was sort of like yogurt you might leave out for week the way tasted but we continued our conversation at what's really was really a wonderful experience so i'm heading back to the airplane to fly away and the doctor who travels with my whole group said well, we are going to where going to have to watch it closely now because there's brucellosis, a cattle disease, in mongolia and some of the farm valley families want
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he says we will have to watch it for a few weeks to make sure you didn't get that when you drink it and i said why are you telling me that now? it all turned out to be fine but that was one of the more memorable moments. >> question for i think is a probing question that many people want to know. we are next grandchild be a boy or girl? gig it we don't know and we are not going to find out. it will be a surprise. >> question five kate mackinnon or amy poehler who plays you best? >> they both have me down i had to tell you and i like both of them so much personally. they really get my gestures and i hope my laugh isn't quite as raucous as they portray it, but amy is a friend and i've appeared on saturday night live with kate so i'm for both of them. >> final one, your predictions. >> there are so many things to predict but here's what i will predict.
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will not get much sleep in the next week with you your new baby born just yesterday right? >> that's a safe one. >> great to talk to you. >> beware of the mongolian mares milk. that is definitely one of the things we will take away from that. connect thinks the person who lives here... has to solve problems as big as the world... and as small as your kitchen table.
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and now, the first lady who helped get healthcare for eight million kids... the senator who helped a city rise again... the secretary of state who stood up for america, and stared down hostile leaders around the world... is the one candidate for president who has everything it takes to do every part of the job... she'll never let anyone privatize social security and medicare... or shut down planned parenthood... she'll take on the gun lobby... finally get equal pay for women... and stop the republicans from ripping all our progress away. so on february first, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keep america safe... and build a stronger economy... hillary's the choice... i'm listening to you, i'm fighting for you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver. i'm hillary clinton
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loathing on the campaign trail. the republican establishment takes a deep breath and decides to stand with trump. >> i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody and not lose any voters. it's incredible. >> while insurgents start to back ted cruz. >> the washington establishment knows who's willing to keep the gravy train going. >> donald trump joins me this
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plus, now it's the democrats'
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