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Nov 14, 2016 2:02am EST
about the bathroom room safety because if she slips, she's going to get very hurt. if george can come in and rescue the fear that i feel inside on a daily basis, that would be magnificent. [music playing] i'm george oliphant. mike, right? yeah donna, mikayla. do you know who this is, mikayla? oh, my goodness. that's george. i heard your story, and i'm so sorry for what you guys are dealing with. and we're gonna give you the bathroom that you need and that you deserve, a beautiful bathroom for you, too, mikayla. it's gonna be beautiful. can you say, thank you? thank you. george: you're very welcome. so to help us out on this rescue, i've got rob tell from intellebuild. he's gonna be our gc. he's gonna take care of all the nuts and bolts. i've got tyler wisler, "george to the rescue" alumni. i'm just kind of excited to see what he does with the space. all right, so, rob, tyler, this is currently the myhre's bathroom. and as you can see, it's unusable, really, for donna. she can't get in here. absolutely, this is very inaccessible for her to get around, not functional at all. defini
Jul 18, 2011 2:00am PDT
even accept payment. >> how much do i owe you? >> nothing. >> will george for america's comfort heating and cooling do the same? he quickly finds the loose fuses, pushes them back in and does his inspection. but instead saying the job's done, he has some bad news. >> you have a leak somewhere. >> her system, he says, is leaking freon. the coolant inside the system. but how would he know? testing a leak is a long and complicated process, something george didn't do. >> there's a leak? >> 100% there's a leak. >> george says dealing with a leak could get expensive. especially if it's in the snaking coil where it circulates. >> you're looking at $1500 to fix the coil. either we can look for it, if it's no the coil it's not worth it. just getting the whole thing. >> then there's the cost of adding freon. >> you're looking at probably about $1900. >> and how about the cost of repair compare to getting a new unit? >> that's $3,826. >> what do we need to do? >> i would replace. >> okay. we're talking the whole thing. all right. stay here and i'll be right back. >> okay. >> it's time for me to ha
Nov 21, 2016 2:02am EST
, uh, can i tell gail first? george oliphant: gail, she was terminally ill. she had one shot. and that was kevin. live in this world without you. and that's love. we had no clue we were the same blood type and anything like that. -well, yeah. -that's really crazy. so the destiny part of it, yeah. so she said, we met online, and i always kid around with her that she was scrolling through the pictures and saying, look, oh, his liver looks pretty healthy. maybe i'll shoot him an email. i don't like thinking about the odds of what would have happened if it wasn't-- i would have had to wait for-- kevin: and how sick she would have got. le dying while they're waiting for an organ because there's not that many organ donors. kevin means a lot to me. i mean, just the thought that he was able to donate part of his body, risk his life to save me, is incredible. i get to keep my best friend is what it has been for me. and so every day that she wakes up and is feeling good, for me, that's my gift. gail: my parents built this home when i was a baby. and we lived upstairs and my grandparents liv
Mar 21, 2016 2:00am EDT
the best care money could buy. >> i really felt that, in a sense, he was doing god's work. >> george was dr. fata's office manager. he worked under his wife, samar, who ran the business side of the practice. >> 50 foot ceiling, artwork, grand piano. i thought to myself, oncology bought all of this? >> so your inial impression is this is an incredibly successful i really wondered how he did it. >> dr. fata lived here in a ritzy suburb of detroit. one reason he was so#successful was that his practice was so busy. at its peak, he was treating 1,700 patients in six clinics in the detroit area. >> it was huge, especially for basically a single physician, the amount of people walking in and out the door was incredible. >> nurse mary saturley worke for him and said he gave higher doses of drugsgsore frequently. he called it a european prototol. >> it felt like it was way more than patients i had previously treated were getting. >> i would think there's a point where you're thinking it's not >> right( and so, you know, having the knowledge being a physician. >> monica was taken aback by how
Feb 8, 2016 2:30am PST
, don't feel so bad. look at george. he's never been romantic. even when he was courting me. - really? - oh, well of course. he'd sit with me in the living room, and from our window there was a beautiful view of san francisco. but would george look at it? no, he'd just close the curtains and turn down the lights. - that's bad? - well, it annoyed my mother and father. with the lights low, the four of us couldn't continue with our bridge game. (audience laughter) - well, i'm going, honey, i have to turn off my sprinklers. gracie, we keep complaining about our husbands but we don't do one thing to encourage them. - you know, you're right blanche. now take george. i doubt if he's had dinner by candlelight since electricity came in. - well, i for one am going to do something about it. - well, if you want to do it for one, do it. but i'm going to include george and do it for two. it's more fun that way. (audience laughter) - now i am going. - gracie, is breakfast ready? i'm starved. - it certainly is, lover. (audience laughter) - lover, at 8:00 in the morning? she must have said liver. baco
Sep 5, 2011 3:05am EDT
his former boss. president george w. bush. here's nbc correspondent jamie gangel. >> this is going to make a lot of people angry. >> there are going to be heads exploding all over washington. >> he may be laughing but he's not kidding. if you're looking for dick cheney to back down, apologize, pull punches, you've come to the wrong place. >> you don't give an inch. correct? >> basically correct, yes. >> whatever you think of him, here's earned these superlatives. the most powerful vice president in history. one of the most experienced. probably the most controversial. in your view, we should still be using enhanced interrogation? >> yes. >> should we still be waterboarding terror suspects? >> i would strongly support using it again if we had a high-value detainee and that was the only way we could get limb to talk. >> people call it torture. you think it should still be a tool? >> yes. >> secret prisons. >> yes. >> wiretapping. >> well, with the right approval. >> you say it is one of the things are you proudest of and you would do it again in a heartbeat. >> it was controversial a
Sep 8, 2014 3:22am EDT
evening with a friend in moon lake about an hour to the north. >> he did go up to where george was staying with his girlfriend. this was confirmed with interviews with george as well as his girlfriend. george gave us a timeline that was consistent with what permenter gave us. >> tim's story about the night of the murder checked out. he voluntarily came clean about something. he had a record. he'd done time. >> early on in your life, tim, you get involved in trouble. what was going on with you. >> i was running an escort service. and got stupid. started it up small, basically running an ad out of a newspaper. getting a small office. and it just expanded from there. it ballooned. >> what kind of money were you making. >> i was grossing about $6,000 to $7,000 a day. >> a day? and you're how old? >> at that time, 20. and that's the trap. why am i even going to school when i'm making this kind of money. >> why go straight, huh? >> yes, sir. >> and it ended up in a gunfight? >> yes, sir. >> he was worried he'd be painted as a bad guy right away because of his sordid past. he promised to
Oct 26, 2009 3:00am EDT
oppose to theism? >> almost all of them. >> reporter: give me names. >> george washington, thomas jefferson, john adams. there are a lot of people who say there is no proof, for example, that thomas jefferson was a free mason. >> that is true. but certainly a deest. thomas jefferson went so far as to take the holy bible and remove all of the references to anything miraculous to the resurrection, to the virgin birth. jefferson himself said that idea of the virgin birth, christ springing from a virgin, would one day seem as much like myth as the idea of ma nervea spreading from the head of jupiter. >> reporter: the founding fathers didn't just read the bible. they also read roman and egyptian mythology and they read the stars. this reliance on astrology, what does it tell you? what does it secretauggest. >> i think they had a respect for what they did not understand, a respect for the mevenz. >> reporter: it is heard to imagine barack obama taking a trip or doing a browned breaking on a major monument and use atrolling as the basis for the time and place he'd be ridiculed. >> i agre
Feb 21, 2016 7:00pm PST
will this-- we have mr. george peppard tonight, we have charley-- i mentioned charley finley. [ applause ] and dr. jeffrey burn has a fascinating book on called "the gentle giants," which is all about gorillas, and you'll learn more about gorillas tonight than you'll probably ever learned before. [ laughter ] we want you to go away happy, having a lot of knowledge. thank you for coming. we'll be with you in just a couple. [ music ] [ applause ] when you do that, people think you don't like me. you come in, and you just-- you run off. you know, come in with the product, and-- [ laughter ] just, you know, stand here and look like we're friends. you know, sh-- people on the show should be close. we're like a family. >> well, i, um-- you got a buck? [ laughter ] [ applause ] of a family, tom. yeah. there's only one place you find the wishbone name. watch. [ applause ] >> here we are. [ applause ] >> you seem to have recovered from your jet lag. >> yeah, i'm a little more on top of things. still a little bit-- a little bit funky. what'd you do to celebrate your birthday? anything
Dec 14, 2009 3:00am EST
on the shores of lake michigan it's extraordinary. thanks for joining me. >> coming up george is clearing out the clutter and turning this family's garage into an extension of their living space. when "open house" continues. >> welcome back, it's time for a rescue. as george helps a family finally put their garage to use by clearing out the clutter and adding a few surprises along the way. ica from new jersey writes in, dear open house, i need help with my one-car garage, it's taken over by strollers and junk. as a matter of fact i don't want to put my car in there, i would like to turn it into a rec room or maybe a gym. can you help me? let's find out. >> i am erica and my husband and i have been married for 11 years. the problem that we are tackling today is our garage. i think ultimately it's just become storage sort of an organized chaos. where we really haven't been able to utilize the space. the ideal solution for us is to move all of our work-out equipment into the garage. make the garage a functional space, a part of our home that we use regularly. >> jay, good to see you
Jul 15, 2013 2:00am PDT
sunday, the verdict is in. george zimmerman found not guilty in the shooting death of trayvon martin. >> we, the jury, find george zimmerman not guilty. >> a politically and racially charged trial put the spotlight on gun laws and civil rights and race in our society. where does the debate go now? the reverend al sharpton joins us. >> live protest! >> plus, the scene from the ground after the sheriff urges calm. and we'll hear from the mayor of the central florida town where the shooting and the trial took place. >>> then, back in washington, a showdown on the senate floor puts washington dysfunction on full display. >> if we don't pull back from the brink here, our friend, the majority leader, is going to be remembered as the worst leader of the senate ever. >> no matter how often my friend rudely talks about me not breaking my word, i'm not going to respond talking about how many times he's broken his word. >> this morning the majority and minority leaders of the u.s. senate will be here live. is there any room for compromise on the big issues facing the country -- health care, job
Jan 17, 2016 8:00pm EST
listening or recording. the doctor told george dr. fata was giving chemotherapy to a patient who didn't have cancer. >> i didn't believe him, because quite frankly, i knew of all of the other hands that were involved inpatients. >> surely, somebody would have said something. >> somebody should have said something. >> here comes this 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 out of his contract. >> it was a few days later, thinking about all of the comments that other practitioners made over the time that i had been there. >> george has no medical training. unusually aggressive treatment was sometimes a point of conflict in the office. >> nurses said, i don't necessarily agree we should have given this injection or doctors saying, i don't really feel comfortable with the treatment plan that dr. fata has. >> suddenly, all these little conversations come back to mind. >> these conversations come to mind. i started to think maybe, maybe the doctor has something. >> george decided t
Jan 26, 2014 10:00pm PST
george washington bridge on their way back to paul's place the morning of the murder. >> was it a toll you guys went through? >> i would assume so. we went through i guess it was the lower level, but there was no booth -- there was no attendant. >> reporter: no attendant saw them pass, but detectives wondered could digital eyes help place the car at the toll booth? >> state police immediately did a search for the ez pass records, or toll records of that vehicle, and we had a hit at 6:39 of that vehicle coming across the george washington bridge lower level. >> that's huge. >> it's huge. >> it was a huely corroboraighle piece of evidence to corroborate scott sherwood. >> reporter: what's more, there was a photo snapped of the license plate. it was evidence that almost didn't exist. prosecutors say paul had planned to pay cash that night. but construction at the toll booth forced him to drive through the ez pass lane. >> he made some mistakes. and he couldn't have anticipated the bridge was going to be under construction with no toll takers. >> reporter: and then prosecutors present
May 13, 2012 7:00pm EDT
is a stand your ground hearing in the trayvon martin case, the defendant george zimmerman may testify there. as for jorge, he softly told the judge about how badly he claims dylan treated him. >> prepared to say that every time dylan would ask you, he would call you a name? yes? like that? >> jorge demonstrated for the judge how he stabbed dylan with a backwards thrust, suggesting he was standing while trying to get away. >> stabbing dylan under your left arm, behind you, correct? >> yes. >> all right. how many times did you stab him? a couple. >> just a couple. >> jorge's attorney thought his client held up well. was he his own best witness? >> no the facts were his best witness. that's really what this case was about, the facts. >> but there were more facts to come. prosecutors would argue that jorge saavedra was hardly the fearful victim he made himself out to be. and that dylan nuno wasn't the bully he had been portrayed as either. either. [ morgan ] when you cheer they fly just a liiiiittle bit higher... [ man ] he hits it! [ morgan ] ...go just a liiiiittle bit further... [ woma
Jan 22, 2016 9:00pm EST
georges county. notice the darker purples. that's the really heavy snow coming in and everybody's getting it overnight. 8:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, the heaviest snow we've seen yet. now the snow is coming off of the ocean. even tomorrow around 1:00, still seeing that heavy snow. most of it getting back towards the west here. that's why we think the west could see the highest totals. by 9:00 tomorrow night, it's all pulling out of here. the winds will begin to shift out of the northwest. by sunday at 7:00 a.m., we're good. we have sunshine out there. the winds begin to calm. sunday's going to be a much better day, but we're still going to be stuck inside of our houses. let me show you the temperatures. 19 in gaithersburg. 22 in fredricksburg. that snow continues to come down. because of that, the fluff factor is in there. a little bit higher snow ratios. veronica's got some totals. >> it's good skiing weather. we've already seen a cross-country skier. i guess you call that the champagne snow where it's light and fluffy. that may help with making the snowballs late tomorrow or even
Aug 9, 2010 3:05am EDT
saying is just let's just beat up on george w. bush. i'm not sure that's credible so many years after he left office. they can talk about the inheritance and what he came in the office with. the problem is that congressman ford identify soldier all the things they accomplished is not popular. with the stimulus, the jobs aren't there and they don't like the bank bailout even though most experts tell you it was necessary despite how up unpopular it is. >> and to pay the money back. >> they have paid the money back. congressman pence is strongly opposed to it. interesting that the minority leader boehner opens the door on the retirement age. that was a very big opening and one that i don't know if congressman pence agrees with it, because some may not want to follow him down that road. >> do you agree with that? >> i think it's absolutely imperative that we address all of the federal budget and have -- i like harold's comment. we miss democrats like harold on capitol hill these days. have an adult conversation about domestic spending and about entitlements. >> we talk about all the
Mar 18, 2013 2:00am PDT
francis, from cardinal francis george, the archbishop of chicago. what message did the cardinals mean to send with the selection of the first ever pope from latin america? a special discussion as well with our roundtable on how francis reforms the church? >> plus, the debt dual in washington. is there any rheoom for comprome and is the president right when he argues a balanced budget isn't a priority at the moment? the debate this morning. with us, republican w.h.i.p. of the house, kevin mccarthy and the top democrat on the house budget committee, chris van hollen of maryland. then the future of the gop and a senator's change of heart on gay marriage. is it the beginning of a changing tide in the party? wisconsin's republican governor scott walker weighs in. >>> and good sunday morning. a busy first weekend for the new pope, meeting the press yesterday for the first time. and this morning, an impromptu appearance near the vatican, greeting surprised visitors, and then moments ago, before a large crowd gathered in st. peter's square, he gave his first weekly blessing. and another
Nov 5, 2016 9:00pm EDT
in your family tree. i learned that my ten times great grandmother is george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. discover your story. ? ? ? this is the time ? ? the time for harmony ? ? let love be the song ? ? that everybody sings ? s.c. johnson. marie believes that her chicken pot pie gives you the perfect recipe for catching up with family. so she takes the time to prepare a golden flakey crust made from scratch. and mixes crisp vegetables with all white meat chicken because marie callender knows that making the perfect dinner isn't easy as pie, but finding someone to enjoy it with sure is. marie callender's it's time to savor and know there's even more to savor ? ? what? is he gone?? finally, i thought he'd never leave... tv character: why are you texting my man at 2 a.m.? no... if you want someone to leave you alone, you pretend like you're sleeping. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. ng selfies in t
Jul 31, 2011 7:00pm PDT
. ♪ captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> welcome to the united states capitol where george washington laid the cornerstone of this building 218 years ago and where the great dome above us was still being worked on during the civil war and where this week you would have to say congress looked like it's still a work in progress. we received permission to do this months ago, to come here and flood the hill with nbc news cameras and journalists, unprecedented access. this had never been done before. we did not know that our day to come here and shoot it all would coincide with this titanic battle and this toxic atmosphere over the fight over raising the debt ceiling of the united states, so what you're about to see from behind the scenes shows how congress works and how it doesn't work. we can guarantee there's never been a view of any of it like this before. here now, a day in the life of the united states congress. dawn's early light, wednesday, july 27th, 2011. ♪ it's a beautiful morning ♪cc1: and a small army of caretakers begins its appointed rounds before the guests a
Oct 19, 2009 3:00am EDT
illinois. >> and not to be left out are the republicans. this year, president george w. bush made his third appearance before the ushcc and took the opportunity to unveil his proposal for a free trade agreement with colombia and panama. >> if you are worried about america's image in the world, it makes no sense to disappoint the nations that are counting on us most. if you care about lifting developing nations out of poverty, you cannot deny them access to the world's greatest engine of economic growth. if you are truly optimistic about our country's future, there is no reason to wall our nation off from the opportunities of the world. >> and as always, when speaking before the ushcc, the president relished the opportunity to practice his spanish. >> gracias. [applause] thank you. sienta se. [laughter] gracias, mi amigo david. thank you for having me back yet again to speak. this is an opportunity de practicar mi espaÑol. of course, a lot of people say i ought to be spending more time practicing my english. >> president bush has publicly endorsed john mccain to be his successor in th
Jul 19, 2015 2:03am EDT
] i'm sarah gore, and this is open house nyc. this week, george and his team give an amazing surprise to a family in need of a home renovation. we check out a renovated brownstone on the upper west side. plus, designer james huniford takes us around his client's stylish greenwich village apartment. i wanted the entry hall to have an immediate statement when you walked in-- something tranquil something gallery-like and something calm. but first, we're at a home in bedford that's both stately and serene. alison benigan: and finally, the outside. i mean, talk about peace and tranquility. this is really it. welcome to open house nyc. today i'm coming to you from a three bedroom three bath penthouse in manhattan's west side neighborhood of clinton. this sleek home features light-filled, loft-like like entertainment spaces generous bedrooms, and a modern eat-in chef's kitchen and there's even a roof terrace. let's start things off with an enchanting home up in bedford that's a true feast for the eyes. it's filled with unique architectural details and decor that positively brim with color and s
Sep 10, 2012 3:05am EDT
than the democratic party as a hole. george w. bush's are not remembered fondly. he has not figured out how to separate himself from that. it was bill clinton's great challenge in '92. he had to separate himself from the old orthodoxies of the democratic party. he figured out ways to do it. that's why he won. romney has yet to figure out how to do it. >> mayor castro, seems to me it comes down to one question, do americans blame this president for the job situation or do they listen to president clinton who said nobody could have fixed it faster, not even me? i mean that seems to be -- if americans believe that, then maybe they give him a chance. >> i think president clinton did a stellar job, as usual, making the case that we see now 30 straight months of private sector job growth, 4.6 million jobs created. and i believe that the folks see that kind of progress around the country. and so for mitt romney to say, well, there's been no progress whatsoever, folks can tell the difference between what they see out there, and what he's saying. >> peggy noonan, where is this race right now
Nov 2, 2014 10:00pm PST
george seifert the newest inductee into the 49ers hall of fame. he led the 49ers to two super bowl titles as a head coach. he was part of five coaching -- he was part of five nfl titles, including being an assistant coach. and he was honored into the 49ers hall of fame. he also today in our pregame show told us the story about jim harbaugh. >> coach harbaugh was a quarterback for indianapolis colts, and we were there in indianapolis playing. and at the end of the game, they won. they hadn't beat us in a long time. and as the rest of the indianapolis players ran towards their sideline, jim harbaugh ran to our sideline and operated like an airplane and kind of buzzed us and taunted us with the fact that they had finally beat us. i knew then he was something special. >> what are your recollects of playing for coach seifert? >> coach seifert, he was a very, very superstitious guy. >> he was? >> he was very superstitious. so we would be in training camp. john teller would come over to me, hey, stubby, watch george seifert put a mitt in his mouth. every time he put a mitt in his mouth, h
Feb 15, 2016 12:40am CST
the debate last night. your 2008 comments about george w. bush were brought up and this idea that you were surprised at the time that then-speaker pelosi had ruled out impeachment. did you believe that -- and i just want to clarify this, did you believe that there was enough there to bring up impeachment proceedings against george w. bush in 2008 over iraq? >> no. i was in the private sector, so i didn't think about it too much. but certainly the war in iraq was a disaster. no, not to be impeached, but the war in iraq it was a mistake. he just made a mistake. we went into iraq, we lost thousands of lives -- >> but you don't believe it's an impeachable offense now? you were implying it might be in 2008.
May 13, 2012 7:00pm PDT
case, the defendant george zimmerman may testify there. as for jorge, he softly told the judge about how badly he claims dylan treated him. >> prepared to say that every time dylan would ask you, he would call you a name? yes? >> he also answered questions about the day of the fight. >> you were aware that dylan wanted to fight, right? it was not a surprise, correct? like that? >> jorge demonstrated for the judge how he stabbed dylan with a backwards thrust, suggesting he was standing while trying to get away. >> stabbing dylan under your left arm, behind you, correct? >> yes. >> all right. >> on cross examination, the prosecutor challenged jorge about whether he really was afraid that day. >> did you fight because you were afraid or because you were mad? >> i was afraid. >> how many times did you stab him? >> a couple. >> just a couple. isn't it true you gave him a stab for every punch he gave you? >> no. >> no? >> jorge's attorney thought his client held up well. was he his own best witness? >> no. the facts were his best witness. that's really what this case was about, the facts.
Dec 30, 2017 8:00pm EST
person in your family tree. i learned that my ten times great grandmother is george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. discover your story. start searching for free now at >>> there is nothing quite like a murder to put the most intimate parts of life on public display. investigators had tracked down two suspicious men chanin was dating, one a married teacher was at her house on the day she likely died. the other sent chanin a racy text message that almost mimicked the crime scene. they offered alibis, of course, but since the detectives didn't know exactly when chanin died, they couldn't check them out. funny how one little break can make all the difference. >> it hit me really hard. it was like a rock in my stomach. >> reporter: detective mike rickets wasn't expecting it, not at all, that piece of evidence that suddenly surfaced weeks into the case. his colleague detective lyle johnston had just gotten a record of the calls dialed from chanin's phone. and
May 12, 2017 9:00pm PDT
learned that my ten times great grandmother is george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. discover your story. start searching for free now at >>> ms. ryan you're charged with murder in the 2nd degree. >> reporter: second degree murder, cara ryan was facing up to life in prison for shooting her ex husband jj rush. but even after hearing the charge, cara was convinced it would all go away. >> i thought it was ridiculous. i was waiting any day for them to realize they had no case. >> reporter: her attorney roger futerman said he too was surprised that cara was charged. >> i knew from minute one there was no motive. and there was no -- >> reporter: what do you mean there's no motive? >> i saw no motive in this case. >> reporter: come on. it's a breakup of marriage. that's when murders occur. >> i know. >> reporter: you know, the guy is taking his income away. he's walked out on her. >> uh-huh. i -- i know -- >> reporter: you know, he's seeing another woman. >> but whe
Nov 14, 2016 1:30am EST
over george w. bush. she will almost surely percentage points. elections are not won that way. they are won and lost in the electoral college. trump's victory sparked protests over the past few days. one question many people are asking is, how did the polls get it so wrong? hillary clinton has one answer. yesterday she said fbi director james comey's two e-mail announcements 11 days before the election and the other two days before the election proved fatal.
Jul 22, 2013 2:00am PDT
. >> the president's deeply personal remarks about the aftereffects of the george zimmerman trial add to the debate about the stand your ground laws, racial profiling and the plight of african-american boys in the criminal justice system and our society. >> if trayvon martin was of age and armed, could he have stood his ground on that sidewalk? >> this morning a special discussion about race relations and the impact of the president's remarks on the black community and beyond. with us, the president of the national urban league, marc morial, chairman of the congressional black caucus, congresswoman marcia fudge. author and pbs host tavis smiley, former chairman of the rnc, michael steele, and harvard law professor, charles ogletree. plus, the remarkable financial collapse of a major american city. detroit files for bankruptcy. what's next for its residents including thousands of city employees and retirees. and what does it say about the plight of america's cities in this fragile economic recovery? we'll hear from the current and former governors of the state. the man now in office, r
Jan 4, 2016 1:30am MST
. white house political director under george w. bush and a cnbc contributor sarah fagan. and "the washington post" columnist eugene robinson. welcome to sunday. it's "meet the press." >> from nbc news in washington, this is "meet the press" with chuck todd. >>> good sunday morning. happy new year, 2016 is finally here. we can really focus now on the presidential race. i'm teasing of course. but it does mean one thing, the sprint to the opening presidential contest in iowa and new hampshire begins.
Nov 12, 2016 8:00pm PST
right away. i learned that my ten times great grandmother is george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. discover your story. >>> it was a blustery october night, with high winds gusting over new mexico's sandia mountains. albuquerque police officer levi chavez called 911 from his own home. >> baby, baby, please, wake up! please! >> reporter: he told police he'd found his wife lying in a pool of blood in their bed. in a panic, levi begged for help. >> okay, they're on their way. levi, is it going to be easier for you if you go to another room? >> i can't leave her alone. >> okay, okay. that's okay. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: aaron jones was a detective with the sheriff's >> i received a call from my sergeant saying that there had been a police officer's wife that had been shot. >> reporter: it was just after 9:00 p.m. when jones got to the chavez home. >> it was disturbing. i mean, it was a young, handsome police officer, a young, beautiful wife. >> reporter: jones saw tera
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