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you are looking privileged today. give me a ticket. what do you got. >> so are you, bill? in fact. that is right. i am coming to you. and to be more specific. this is what privilege means. check it out. >> wow. able bodied. i got think about other. >> that is right. that is right. the creation of lar who is a 24-year-old here in brooklyn and illustrator and illustrated the cars with the point of starting a conversation here in brooklyn. >> the start of conversation on all the different kinds of privileges that are at play here and we encounter in our daily lives. i feel look the most controversial moments to happen with friends, you know, that don't have the same view as you and important to start that conversation in a playful
way. >> the carveds come in a pack of ten for $5. they sold out right away. before we thom nate her, bill. donates 100% of her proceeds to charity so over 400 you made. >> how hong has she been doing this? >> a couple of mons, actually, though. 00 in a couple of months. >> yikes. so over00 you made. sending directly to the brooklyn-based center for use here in brooklyn. why this center? fabiola is not a citizen, actually. that is important part of the conversation she is trying to start. >> is not being about being end cluesive and about dismissing struggles and about being aware ap where you come from and the privilege. >> amen. >> you benefit. >> wait, wait, wait, wait. not a citizen. >> yes. >> not a legal citizen?
>> here looing zy. >> all right. really? >> you don't want to go into it. >> yeah. good that. yeah. yeah. >> all right. i hit the streets to get reaction. they were mixed. >> we start a conversation about reaction. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ these cards handed out in brooklyn this. >> oh y. yeah. >> i hov that. perfect. ♪ ♪ i love that. perfect. >> i would have to agree. good old mr. washington. he nailed it. i think i am mean. >> i hov that. >> look at that guy, yeah. >> am i right? >> don't worry about it. >> oh. >> you are not offendedded?
>> you are phoned by something smells. >> yes. that is amazing. >> friends who had to change their names on their resumes because the name was too ethic and when they changed the name they actually got called on interviews. the opposite happens. >> oh, yeah. >> absolute hi. i know like my boyfriend applied to medical school. >> to be a white male it is impossible. i think we're really missing the mark here. he didn't make this card because of able bodied privilege or even other privilege but made it because of white privilege. and in the sort of environment that we're in politically, this may be a reason that these are being passed out. i give them credit for using it for create of toy do something that is making a difference. she is using that machine no i give back. >> thank you. thank you. what is your reaction? >> right. yes. >> get out. yeah. >> great not having ear.
>> ready. >> 3, 2. >> take a look at this video of a cow stuck on the frozen pond in oregon. the polk county sheriff's office along with the police department was able to rescue kit by lassoing the you can around the neck and pulling it to safety and found the cow's own mer so that was good. the cow is going to be just fine. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> chloe and aden sue are 11-year-old fraternal wens from new york. they go to the same school and take fun selfies together and take turns driving their parents crazy but something about the twins that is unique. the syndrome is a rare hour row genetic disease that affects over 2600 americans, yet somehow, we don't know a lot about it. i cautions developmental delay. it causing intotive disability. motorcycles delay and
unsteady on the feet a little bit. many of the kids with syndrome have seizures and difficult to treat, buzz kids are happy demeanor pause they smile a lot and very affectionate. these are referred to with angels. but living with the angelses is not always easy. when aden was diagnosed, his family didn't noah blot the dy ses san didn't know how to treat it. >> we were discovering things along the way. >> ok. >> because there was so little information about it. we didn't know the experience. we experienced it. any time this was new challenge, we figured out how to react to it. how to deal with it. >> the family had completelied a justed their lifestyle when it came to integrating agents to the family. they put locks on the door and put these in the kitchen, so aden could see
in but a not enter. i tried to get in myself, really difficult. >> this reminds me a ton of the four beautiful little girls suffer frag rare disease as well. they are having the same amount of trouble with raising awareness, raising als and in terms of als. everybody might know somebody who is suffering from als. that is what gets the motivation going? >> you know what? less people have als. but pit that is doctor's orange exposed to it when in heated call school enough they don't know how to treat it over 50% of children were misdyinged not at the onset. i decided that we are going to participate in helping raise awareness for the disease as well as research funded it. >> we are going to participate in the snow angel challenge. we are going to find ourselves snow out there and make some snow angels. ready?
>> it is a rare disease? >> there is not the resource for these kids because this is a sense for the major companies and develop treatment. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> that is right, though. outside the trump tower in new york city, where donald trump gave his first press conference as president-elect. >> i witloof. i witloof. but it ain't going to work. the man is evil. >> as you can see,.
>> it comes ten days before donald trump is inaugurated as president ap one day after the unverified allegations with trump's feels. >> des anyone really believe that story? i am also very much of a germ know fob by the way, believe me. >> some business ties which he announceed. he will transfer all the assets to the adviser. now as you can him a gin, many were not happy by that news except for this guy. >> obama didn't do nothing, you know? oh, yeah. no, we didn't. this is black. this is white. this is a white person. his legacy in the black community is car that 10 on food stamps and free phone with 50 minutes. that's the legacy for eight years? ok. 3:00. >> you know. i find him fair and balanced.
>> that is it. >> oh. that is it? i know. i have nothing to say. it seems like, you know, every four years you get a president, a president gets inning a rate. a new administration comes can in. or every eight if you have a two-term president. there is not anything that would really satisfy the protesters. >> well, i asked them that. >> right. >> i said that. why not just wait to see what happens here? president obama did the same thing hast might. why can't we have sa peaceful transition of power? let's see. they said, look, we can't handle it. it is evil. the protesters are relevant but rel vap is what is going to happen in the midterm elections we'll see if the country starts to go in a direction to the voters expect it to go, you know? >> yeah. u need to look in direction. >> i know it is going on. >> right. >> i love it. i will head out. thank you, dow man. 1:00.
her daughter's three-year-old friend's mom saying been the got home the italian leather boots were destroyed with scuff marks and marks saying serious saying $325 and cannot be fixed and you may remember var because she is known for making a dress out of skittles and also a dress out of pubic hair. >> ah. >> check out the favorite new jersey pop star. she took the stage on tuesday night to a sold-out crowd. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> tuesday morning she stopped by the radio station 101.5 and challenge willinged her to foo ball game. you are placed a bet. you win and get a mcdonald's breakfast. you cheated. don't know the rules. you cannot spin. i didn't know. i didn't know. >> so next time i will see jack. we all get sushi.
you should all check out the new one. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> starts up 2017 with a brand-new state-of-the-art lots of bells and whistles cameras everywhere. voila. welcome to the new hold fag silly ty or as we know it, jail. >> see what happens with that. >> i know what you are thinking. what is so special about jail? i was thinking the same thing until i was within a tour of the old street jail which is old, cep pid, filthy, smelly, and the bars are on serious note. those bars have led to a number of suicides. >> we had a ten-year period. the individuals were successful. this is definitely going to
save us money. >> has, he says, everyone that is being processed will be brought to one facility. >> one of the things that happened from here. the number of officers that are actually involved in the process and going to be done en one facility. >> that way, more police will be cleared up to do bus police business, cracking down on crime, and he walked me through how the police pulled up with prisoners at this new facility they have a lot of different entrances now where they can come in. the cars can come in and there are so many stores. you cannot even get through without one door closing. there is no way. if you try to escape this place. there is no way. good luck. >> oh. >> oh-oh. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> it houses 90 people which is twice as large as old facilities rand the mirrors in the cells. i wake like, oh, it is a mirror. incan check my hair and
everything. >> this is actually a camera. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> now they plan for the new jail fully up and running by march. while is a major improvement from the old facility -- it is still jail. >> hopefully not back here. >> it is actually not a victory lp at all. we should be closing for them. >> way. i don't. the only which way can fix this problem fis we stop incar rating the people for low-level offense. think police officers are needed hope to streets and writing reports. they are locking up criminals en newark and that is why the streets are getting safer. >> it feels like croc croc against the world. croc croc against the rule of law. he has got all of them working.
croc croc. everyone has pay pay check designed and can fired by him other than the judge and be can terminated on moment's notice. that former teaneck firefighter bill bren man who is on the crew side charge governor chris christie with official misconduct with he this the role in refusing to stop the bridge gate scandal and back and fourth today. the people in front of the judge today and governor christie's side all trying to get brennan complaint for official misconduct against the of nor thrown out. the judge is going to rule on the case on friday. we don't know what the thinking is yet. i talked to brennan afterwards and asked what i am he had to say. >> david was it. keep in mind. the wolf is a fissional cra cracker the pump fiction movie that went around cleaning up murderous messes. this is it. when you say we are getting complains that are political motivated traffic in fort lian you say the wolf which is is on it. that is like calling the fire department and having the fire department family
send that best arsonist. >> now, brennan is not down yet. with you don't know what way the judge is going to do. he said would not be out. he has richard kelly's testimony and he will add to the pile ap go right back to the first judge to troy get another case open against christies even if this one is thrown out. so i think we'll do this. think i need to defend bill bren man. i don't think this is any thing to do with the run for governor. main, that guy started out really upset and angered as the member of the public, that machining things went awry during the bridge gate scandal. the run for governor after he got shut somehow down in court. isn't this a waste of time? >> it could be. then again, it may not be. look. he is the only person who has brought any kind of a case against governor christie so far. it makes it worth listening to. as i pointed out before. the state charges are much
more applicable in this case than any federal charge to be because if christie knew about the lane clos hauers and did not stop them. he is not guilty of any federal crime but could be guilty of state crime. >> all right. thanks. >> three-month-old and two heart realliries. >> crying. >> this only thing that stops her from crying is watching the dallas cowboys. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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to her as a gift as her grandfather was dying. looking for ru us from terminal 2da. crying daughter cannot sleep. meas help. the sheriff's office came to rufus' and courtney's rescue and the two were reunited safely. >> three-month-old legal a trone in fort worth, texas, had rough go. two heart surgeries. 3:00 she des a good amount of crying. the only thing that stops her is watching the dallas cowboys. [crying] >> in fortunately, the mom is a broncos' fan. the cowboys' games for the rest of eternity will be difficult and good for lola for picking a good team. she will be crying for the rest of her life.
>> a deer eye for luxury jumped through the within did he of a lux exes car dealership in georgia. the deer is scared and essentially finds the which out. ♪ ♪ >> 85-year-old businessman who says nj ran sit promised him over $1 million and reneged on the am promiss and is destroyed and devastated his life. >> close the business. right. change the bus term mall. was operating a business at the atlantic city bus term until and told him to close that business because they were reconfiguring. i met him at the restaurant he operates in pat everson. he showed me arbitrator's recommendation that n.j. transit paid him
over $1.3 million but a judge refused to recognize. now he is trying to get the nj transit board to correct the wrong. it has been over ten years since this happened. the board meeting, he bought a lot of supporters and wearing the orange t-shirts and they spoke about the character. >> it is an honor and privilege to be here to represent such outstanding member of our community. this map has been here. >> pureeing during the board meeting, i was watching the board members to see how they were rek aing to mr. government and steve was core cord yid and acknowledged that he will be meeting with him privately this friday to discuss the situation. after the board meeting where, say said hr how do you feel now? he thanked chase newing force bringing the story to the forefront. >> i appreciate you so much. >> forgiving the courage. without the church the immediate ya has given they would never listen to this.
this story would are died. this is a story should live. this story should be told and is being told. he get to some kind of satisfaction. >> what is the satisfaction. >> you are going in. how is the meeting. >> there is potential for litigations. thatp po, there is no litigation they want nj transit do what is right. in light of martin luther king day coming he mentioned that the arc of the yawn visor long and toward justice and hopes the boardmembers will do the right thing. thanks. >> another great night of chasing news. thanks for watching. president-elect donald trump out of the gate strong going directly to the press and the people. you know what? here than we can say for governor christie. thanks. plaus. >> see you tomorrow.
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