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we'll see you on the next "right today's dow is down nearly 400 points at the closing bell just a few minutes ago. it started plunging just after the opening bell this morning. the matters are not being helpd by the price of oil falling to levels not seen in years. we'll have more on stock market outlook coming up on the news at 5. the coast guard is continuing to search for 12 marines unaccounted for after two military aircraft collided last night. a marine corps spokesman says two of their helicopters are missing off hawaii's oahu coast.
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boom over the water and saw a big flare in the sky. an empty life raft also was discovered. attorneys for a former north charleston police officer accused of shooting and killing an unarmed man have filed a motion to seal certain court documents. michael slager and his attorneys are asking for documents in his september 2015 bond hearing and january 2016 bond reconsideration to be sealed so some of the information can be redacted. that information includes the names, addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses of the authors. slager is asking that their full names be replaced with their initials. slager was released on bond in early january, eight months after being charged with the murder of walter scott. here's a live look at the presidential forum and constitutional conversation event taking place right now at the university of south carolina. senator and presidential candidate ted cruz and south carolina attorney general
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expected to be at the event. it is hosted by the conservative leadership project and is the ninth constitutional conversation with thee0- 16 candidates. the event is free and is expected to last an hour. the republican presidential field has narrowed with the contenders growing a bit more combative as the iowa caucuses draw closer. reid binion reports. on last night's debate. :26-:34 :39-:45 :59-1:03 1:03-1:08 and then there were seven: still, a big g-o-p primary field by historical standards... ...but smaller than previous debates. trump and cruz took center stage... literally and figuratively - at thursday's fox business network debate in south carolina. they've been mostly friendly so far this primary season... ...but last night, the gloves came off, with the donald taking bare-knuckle jabs at cruz's natural-born citizenship status and
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"very very fine constitutional attorneys that feel that because he was not born on the land, he can not run for office." ...and cruz striking back, with a shot involving trump's mother, who was born in scotland. "on the issue of citizenship, donald, i'm not going to use your mother's birth against you." ...also hitting the donald's hometown "not a lot of conservatives come out of manhattan. i'm just saying." with the spotlight on trump and cruz, the others fought to stand out as alternatives to the embattled frontrunners. "governor christie has endorsed many of the ideas that barack obama supports." "when you're a senator, what you get to do is just talk and talk and talk. when you're a governor, you're held accountable." but while attacking each other... ....they all shared a common, favorite target. "tuesday night i watched story time with barack obama." "this president is undermining the constitutional basis of this government." "he is missing the whole point."
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today, senator and former presidential candidate lindsey graham endorsed candidate jeb bush as his pick for president. graham started his speech by recognizing his campaign and saying he "fell short," but now as a citizen, he casts his vote for bush. the senator explained that he thinks bush has the skills to get the world on board and working together. "i have concluded without any hesitation, without any doubt, that jeb bush is ready on day 1 to be the commander in chief for the sacrifices of the 1 percent who have been fighting this war. last night, he said he will have their backs, i believe he will." former state superintendent of education mick zais also spoke in support of bush. the national rainbow coalition plans to sue south carolina for what it calls failure to expand medicaid. organization founder jesse jackson announced the suit today during an mlk
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nazareth baptist church. jackson says thousands of south carolinians are suffering from illnesses because some facilities no longer accept medicaid. in 2013, governor haley denied the expansion of medicaid, saying it would "bust the budget." "it's about having fairness and justice for all of god's people, so we're initiating the celebration by filing a lawsuit in the south to demand that we have access to medical aid." jackson asked members of the audience to donate money to help file the lawsuit. in response, gov. haley said.. "while we respect reverend jesse jackson and his position, we disagree with it and will continue to do what we have done for the last five years - focus on real south carolina health for our people." lottery winners john and lisa robinson and their daughters - and their attorney - were on the today show this morning. john said his wife asked him to
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ticket on his way home from work wednesday. so he bought four tickets to represent his family. the computer picked the winning combination. john and lisa live in the tiny community of munford, tennessee, about 20 miles from memphis. family friends find them deserving. "great people, great people. i hope this is a blessing for them. i know it's a blessing to them, i hope it's good for their lives." the robinsons' potential winning ticket - which has not been verified by the tennessee lottery - is worth about 533- million-dollars before taxes if they choose the lump sum. the robinsons plan to keep living in munford and lisa says she plans to be back at work at a dermatologist's office monday. el chapo has been making headlines with his recent capture, now another famous person speaks out. coming up, actor sean penn breaks his silence about meeting el chapo. plus, if you like chicken,
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town. if you needed any more evidence
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for the white house, you just have to look back to tuesday night. that's when tens of millions witnessed governor nikki haley deliver the republican response to president obama's state of the in addition to praising our state's unity in the wake of the charleston church shooting, the governor touched on what she sees as the failures of the obama administratatn. she also spoke out against the political divisiveness we see on issues such as immigration. "during anxious times, it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices. we must resist that temptation. no one who is willing to work hard, abide by our laws, and love our traditions should ever feel unwelcome in this country." with her high profile address,
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herself firmly on the radar as a possible vice- presidential candidate. she also threw herself into the middle of emerging battle lines within the republican party. when asked if her "angriest voices" comment was in reference to donald trump, the governor did not blink. "he was one of them. yes. he was one. there's other people in the media, there's people in my state, i think we're seeing it across the country. but yes, mr. trump has definitely contributed to what i think is just irresponsible talk." as it has in the past, the "first in the south" primary could be a defining moment in the race to determine the gop's nominee. and with donald trump maintaining a double digit lead in south carolina polls, governor haley's stand has many taking notice within her own state. haley is the party's rising star. she has placed herself on the side of the gop establishment against firebrands like trump and ted cruz in a political battle that is being waged.
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scenario for voters to consider. and that's just the republican side of the white house race. don't forget.hillary clinton, bernie sanders and martin o'malley are also hitting the palmetto state hard as they try to sew up the democratic nomination. strap in folks. the next month and a half is sure to be a roller coaster ride of twists and turns in the fight for your vote. that's my take, what's yours? actor sean penn has broken his silence about his trip to mexico
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drug lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman. meanwhile, the man tapped to fix security at the prison where guzman escaped last year said improvements have been made and he believes guzman would not be able to escape a second time. nbc's jacob rascon reports. :29 1:12-1:24 if you thought sean penn was in it for the thrill of the big scoop, sean penn would say that you're wrong. in an interview with cbs' charlie rose, he says that he has a terrible regret about the entire story and his rolling stone article. his purpose in going there was to begin a conversation about the policy on the war on drugs and he says quote my article failed. let me make it clear, my article failed. meanwhile, we sat down with mexico's
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entire federal prison system, and he said he was put in only months after el chapo escaped last july in order to fix the security. he detailed some of the changes that have taken place, not just in altiplano prison where el chapo is being held, but at all the prisons in mexico. he said el chapo and other prisoners now have 24 hour physical and electronic surveillance, that there are motion sensors on the floor connected to infared cameras, that there are new screens for drugs and weapons and other measures that make him confident, he says, that what happened last july won't happen again. s/ jacob rascon/ nbc news/ mexico city 1:12- 1:24 "this as we're learning about official talks face to face between mexican and american authorities have begun in miami.
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will sell its century old appliance business to china's haier group. last december, g-e pulled out of a similar deal to sell its appliance business to sweden's electrolux after months of opposition from u.s. department of justice antitrust regulators. if the 5-point-4 billion dollar deal is approved, haier will hold the right to use g-e branding on appliances for 40 years. and if you love chicken, k-f-c is whipping up some with a little more kick. it's "nashville hot chicken." k-f-c rolls out the new menu item monday. it pays homage to a popular specialty in nashville. it's the fourth chicken flavor k-f-c has added to the menu in the chain's 86-year history. time now for an update on your for that we turn to meteorologist ben tanner. with highs near 60. sunday another area of low pressure will move across the gulf of mexico and across the area .
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clouds will start to increase again there is a 20% chance of a saturday, partly cloudy, breezy with highs near marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust.
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across the gulf of mexico and change conditions across the area . during the late morning sunday clouds will start to increase again there is a 20% chance of a shower through the afternoon. the daytime high will reach the low 50s. saturday, partly cloudy, breezy with highs near 60. sunday another area of low pressure will move across the gulf of mexico and change conditions across the area . during the late morning sunday clouds will start to increase again there is a 20% chance of a shower through the afternoon. the daytime high will reach the low 50s. saturday, partly cloudy, breezy with highs near 60. sunday another area of low pressure will move across the gulf of mexico and change conditions across the area . during the late morning sunday clouds will start to increase again there is a 20% chance of a shower through the afternoon.
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daytime high will reach the low 50s. saturday, partly cloudy, breezy with highs near 60. sunday another area of low pressure will move across the gulf of mexico and change conditions across the area . during the late morning sunday clouds will start to increase again there is a 20% chance of a shower through the afternoon. the daytime high will reach the low 50s. saturday, partly cloudy, breezy with highs near 60. sunday another area of low pressure will move across the gulf of mexico and change conditions across the area . during the late morning sunday clouds will start to increase again there is a 20% chance of a shower through the afternoon. the daytime high will reach the low 50s. saturday, partly cloudy, breezy with highs near 60. sunday another area of low pressure will move across the gulf of mexico and change conditions across the area . during the late morning sunday clouds will start to increase again there is a 20% chance of a shower through the afternoon. the daytime high will reach the low
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saturday, partly cloudy, breezy with highs near 60. sunday another area of low pressure will move across the gulf of mexico and change conditions across the area . during the late morning sunday clouds will start to increase again there is a 20% chance of a shower through the afternoon. the daytime high will reach the low 50s. the he home and lifestyle show in columbia is happening right now at the south carolina state fairgrounds in the cantey building. the show features home building and remodeling exhibits and is open tonight till six. tomorrow the show runs from 9 to 6. parking is through gate 6 off george rogers boulevard and is 5 dollars a vehicle. an annual 5k run and walk tomorrow will honor dr. martin luther king junior. it's at 8:30 at martin luther king junior park on columbia's greene street. it's hosted by the ''alpha phi alpha fraternity, inc''. and ''bridging the gap with alpha, inc'." please take non- perishables for
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the dream" food drive. there are only a few tickets left for tonight's vince gill concert. all proceeds will benefit the win anyway foundation in support of kids fighting cancer. usc head baseball coach chad holbrook started win anyway in honor of his son who had used to have cancer. marco's pizza bought most of the remaining tickets and handed them out for free yesterday. all 400 were gone in less than 13 minutes. the concert is at the township in downtown columbia at 7. a st. louis dad decided to go the
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>> drama, emotion, excitement, and maybe, just maybe, confetti shot from a cannon. it's time to play "who wants to be a millionaire." [cheers and applause]
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