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Jan 17, 2016 8:00pm EST
. the doctor told george dr. fata was giving chemotherapy to a ave cancer. >> i didn't believe him, because quite frankly, i knew of all of were involved inpatients. >> surely, somebody would have said something. >> somebody should have said something. is doctor with a wild story. >> wild story. this is left field stuff. >> you are not buying it. >> i'm not buying it. i thought he was trying to get tract. >> it was a few days later, thinking about all of the practitioners made over the time that i had been there. >> george has no medical unusually aggressive treatment was sometimes a point of conflict in the office., i don't necessarily agree we should have given this injection or doctors saying, i don't really feel comfortable with the treatment fata has. >> suddenly, all these little conversations come back to mind. >> these conversations come to mind.hink maybe, maybe the doctor has something. >> george decided to find out more. he spoke to a nurse in the office who said she had recentlyed dr. fata about giving one particular drug to patients who didn't need it. he then made cop
Jan 17, 2016 8:00pm EST
, office manager george said dr. fata went to great lengths to ensure everything was done his way. >> he had cameras and microphones in the ceiling and walls. would periodically review that to ensure people were in the right place and saying the right things. >> wait a minute. a lot of businesses have cameras. for security purposes so you don't steal stuff. you are saying in this practice there were cameras to keep an eye on what people were doing? >> yes. >> did you find that unusual? >> well, i did find it unusual. but myself and a lot of others just thought it was something that he required because he was controlling. >> it was under the direction of dr. fata that monica was given her first dose of chemotherapy a nurse delivered the cocktail of chemo drugs and sent her home to rest. how did you feel afterwards? >> i was sad. i was frustrated. >> when you went home? >> it was really emotional for steve and i. >> given what she had seep her n her family members go through, monica was bracing herself for the side effects to take hold. something unexpected happened. monica tripped
Sep 29, 2014 2:05am EDT
>> oh dear >>(music) >>hey george. >>rob, why are all of our appliances from my guy and our klaussner furniture in this pod. what is this pod doing here? >>the painters couldn't paint. >>huh? >>because because it was too cold in the house. >>why is there no heat? >>so we had to get the pod, load up all the appliances and furniture in there until the heat gets turned back on so the painters can paint. >>it's all fun and games on the rescue until you're on the eave of the reveal and you have a pod full of appliances and furniture. you have a house still under construction, you have a giant dumpster in the driveway. and you're not really sure how it's all going to come to fruition. >>i just thought it would be so much further along. i thought we'd be ready to start setting things up and we're nowhere near ready to set things up. there is so much to do it's overwhelming. >>(music) >>up, up, up. this way. ok >>you didn't tell me how light it was. alright. >>and we are now on. >>there is heat. >>there's heat now. >>st. jean. that's what i'm going to call you from now on out alrigh
May 26, 2017 9:00pm PDT
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Feb 21, 2016 8:00pm PST
intriguing film. >> thank you, john. las vegas august the 17th? >> august. >> august, and george, uh, working on the picture. [ applause ] and charles, it-it was a great pleasure meeting you and having you on the show tonight. >> oh, thank you. >> no-no, i'm talking to charles finley. thanks for having you too. >> it was a pleasure. >> and-and i hope you come back and let us know how things turn out. >> i hope to, thank you. >> good night, thank you. i'm humbled by that applause. good evening, i'm jennifer burton. thank you for joining us tonight. we begin with breaking news tonight... nevada senator debbie smith has passed away after a long fight with brain cancer. debbie smith was born in tuscon arizona, and her family came to nevada when she was an elementary school student. she was first elected to a rural school board at age 22, and she became a lifelong advocate for nevada's public education system. she served as president of the nevada p-t-a, and was a the national p-t-a board. debbie was elected to the nevada assembly in 2000, and the nevada senate in 2012. people who knew her said sh
Sep 29, 2014 2:58am PDT
rally that goes terribly wrong. >>> mr. and mrs. george clooney make their debut as husband and wife. >>> and where you can score free coffee today. it is monday, september 29th. "early today" starts right now. >>> good
Feb 22, 2016 2:05am EST
wonderful things, on thursday you said you'd defund it. similarly at the debate you called george w. bush a liar, you sort of backtracked on that later you taking positions that you believe, or are you sort of as things get heated are you switching at the last minute? what are we to make of all this this week? >> well, on the mandate, if you look at the mandate, we had a situation where we were anderson cooper, who's terrific by the way and did a terrific job, but we were talking over each other. look, i want -- we're going to repeal and replace obamacare. obamacare is a total and complete disaster. it's going to be gone. we're going to come up with a great health care plan, whether it's health care savings accounts. we have a lot of different things. we can get rid of the lines between states, we'll have great competitive bidding. but i say all the time you can call it anything you want. people are not going to die in the middle of the street. people are not going to die on the sidewalk if i'm president, okay. >> let me get something definitive from you on this -- >> chuck, excuse
Dec 21, 2015 2:05am EST
! this georgian style home was built in 1712, 20 years before the birth of george washington. there's even the original carriage stone and the two hitching posts. it's known as the colonel william rhett house, after its builder and original owner. the property is a half an acre, including the main house and two carriage houses. let's take a look at the main house. one of the distinguishing characteristics of charleston homes are its piazzas, to catch the sea breeze. right here, you'll notice something very charleston. these are called jalousies. they were part of the entrance of piazzas to provide privacy. another distinguishing charleston characteristic is this joggling board. in the old days, a woman would sit on one side. a man would sit on the other. and they'd bounce until they met in the middle. this home is on the national register of historic places, and its georgian features greet you, the moment you walk in, characteristics like the carpenter lock, this mahogany banister. another interesting feature is this newel post and the mortgage button. the folklore was that you'd rece
Feb 20, 2016 8:00pm EST
debates between texas governor george w. bush and vice president al gore. now, let's meet the candidates. [ applause ] >> before we begin, i have been asked by the bush campaign to announce that for the next three hours only, viewers in the states of michigan, missouri and pennsylvania have the option of free pay-per-view courtesy of the republican national committee. on channel 62, "the perfect storm" with george clooney and mark wahlberg, the film mike clark of "usa today" called the perfect movie.
Jan 18, 2016 12:40am CST
of george clooney trying to rally america to save an island paradise from the threat of isis. >> you're a woman lying on the beach in the mall dooefdives you might know other women are being flogged. >>> joining me are republican strategist steve schmidt, msnbc's joy-an reid, president obama's 2012 deputy campaign manager stephanie cutter, and radio talk show host hugh hewitt. welcome to sunday, it's "meet the press." >>> good sunday morning and what a sunday morning it is. it's crunch time. four presidential candidates are with two weeks to go until the first voting we have some truly head snapping developments in both campaigns. in just a few hours, the democratic candidates will gather in charleston, south carolina, for the final debate before iowa and it airs right here on nbc at 9:00 eastern time. but there's big news overseas involving iran, its nuclear program and a prisoner swap. and far we go to nbc news chief foreign correspondent richard engel live from vienna. >> it has been confirmed the five american prisoners held by iran have been freed, some of them, includin
Oct 3, 2011 3:05am EDT
say, what wouldiberals say if george bush had done this? i agree with congressman becerra. al qaeda, if anybody is at war with us it's al qaeda. so i, in the end, come to the me conclusion that the president did. but, thi is a hard question. and we should acknowledge it. >> quickly, mike murphy, the political calendar, we don't know who's going to do what exactly except that florida's primary is going to be sooner. what does it actually mean? can you give us -- >> well it means there's some depressed people in new hampshire. because they probably have one month less time to so call the candidates from campaign. because they're probably moving up from february to january. looks like early january is going to be the iowa caucus followed by the new hampshire primary, followed by south carolina, followed by florida. with some question does nevada slip in right before florida or afterwards. that's in flux. then a few weeks off and then miigan and arizona. that's most likely. and then on super tuesday on march 6th you're going to have a lot of southern states. so it will be set in about t
Dec 12, 2011 3:05am EST
. colleen attended george mason university, but they still dated, and then the surprise of their lives. >> when she found out she was pregnant, then she started crying, and she was like really scared, and i just held her, told her everything was going to be all right. >> so clearly i'm guessing this wasn't planned. >> no, was not planned. >> how old were you? >> i was 19 at the time. >> 19. >> uh-huh. >> pretty young to become a dad. >> yeah. >> a lot of guys might have been looking for a way out. not john wyatt. >> you must have been a little scared. not even a little? >> what's to be scared about, it is the most beautiful, precious thing in the world. >> john found an ally in his mom, jerry. >> did you ever think for a second they're too young? >> no, i know he takes his role seriously. i knew how he felt about kids and i knew how he felt about wanting a baby. >> but 19 years old. >> right, it is tough, but he can do it. he can do it. >> john and his mom say they didn't even discuss alternatives. >> abortion is out of the question. i don't believe in that. >> adoption? >> no. >> did
Feb 20, 2016 8:00pm EST
charge was that it was a stacked deck, if you will. he said some things in the state, attacking george w. bush he did not like getting booed. that was a way for him to turn it around. he did a fabulous job of taking that incident and then turning it around in a motivating way for his supportete. can't fault them for that. carol: we will take a quick break. from dr. ben carson, who you like being picture perfect. you should want your banking to be too. stop into td bank and we'll help set you up new customers, open a checking and savings account and you can get a polaroid cube+ video camera on the spot. carol: we are waiting to hear from dr. ben carson at any moment. as results continue to come up, nevada has a winner. michael: nikole killion joins us live. nikole: hillary clinton thanked her supporters, telling them that this is your win. hillary clinton: i am so, so of my supporters out there. so may have doubted us, but we never doubted each other. nikole: a last-minute surge by bernie sanders. sanders said he is proud of his campaign and expects to get his solid share of delegates.
Feb 20, 2016 8:00pm EST
this, the first of three presidential debates between texas governor george w. bush and vice president al gore. now, let's meet the candidates. [ applause ] >> before we begin, i have been asked by the bush campaign to announce that for the next three hours only, viewers in the states of michigan, missouri and pennsylvania have the option of free pay-per-view courtesy of
Jan 29, 2017 9:00pm EST
candidate alabama governor george wallace an open racist. >> i richard millhouse nixon -- >> nixon entered office in a deeply divided country. today, the country faces deep divisions once again. my colleague, nbc nightly news anchor, lester holt. >> tom, 50 years, you've seen this country go through a lot of crises, political, war. where are we as a country right now? >> i think we're at a very divided spot. the political spectrum to find a place where we can agree on something and we can move the country forward. this era of confrontation and division has to come to an end at some point. >>> coming up -- the only predictable thing about politics is how unpredictable it is. >> i think the democrats' plan was, the demographics are such, we just have to sit back. >> huge mistake. >> politics and presidents. at walgreens we make it easy for you to seize the day by helping you get more out of life and medicare part d. now with zero-dollar copays on select plans... ...and rewards points on all prescriptions, walgreens has you covered. so drop by and seize the savings! walgreens. at the
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