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california or france, criminals still do what criminals do including get guns and kill people. so what happens is too oftentimes we have these restrictive gun laws that only restrict the
>>> in france, officials with a landmark pact after nearly 200 nations spent the last two weeks negotiating. it is aimed at transforming fossil fuels and curbing global warming. >>> let's start with the controversy in austin, texas the streets to stage a fake mock mass shooting. it is set to happen at the 1966. more. >> reporter: craig, good morning. the guns are made of cardboard and the blood will be ketchup. regardless, many say this is not the time given recent events nor the place for the group to make its point. this morning, organizers with a mock shooting adjacent to the university of texas. after ut called it potential criminal trespass.
agreement reached in france. negotiators for some 200 countries come up with the most comprehensive accord to reduce greenhouse emissions. they will limitt greenhohoe warming by 3.2 degrees. >>> a legislator tried to drag the prime minister from the podium. that sparked the fist fight between lawmakers. the incident is said to reflect the growing dissatisfaction with the government's policies. >>> a study indicates the skies ththresearch for the study on the drone found 300 incidents with drones between september of 2013 and september of this year. 90 encounters with commercial aircraft and most in drone prohibited air space. >>> the british museum >>> the british museum sun
>>> michael keaton received one of france's highest h becoming officer of the order of arts and letters for spotlight. 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. jeb bush. hehe a leader, so you always know where he stands.
hopefully. >> go back to france and your heroics along with two friends of yours aboard that train that helped to stop a terror attack. you were injured in ththprocess, though luckily not lili-threatening injuries. >> yes, sir. >> recovering fully from those? >> not fully. still have some work on my thumb, but it's coming along. >> and fast forward, october, sergeant. you're in sacramento outside a club and involved in an altercation. you got stabbed and the injuries from that were a lot more life-threatening. >> a lot more life threatening. they actually called out the homicide team originally because they didn't think i would make it. i was in the hospital and six minutes from the ambulance and surgery within 30, 35, so, you know, i can't thank the uc davis staff enough for saving my life. >> stab wounds to your heart, your lungs, your liver. could have easily gone the other way. >> very easily. >> secretary james, spencer is his actions, his heroic actions. i don't know if he gets tired of
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