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Sep 25, 2016 9:00am EDT
driver of that semi, 68 year old george irvin died. investigators temperature us several hundred gallons of fuel spilled on the roadway. >>> a bay area community in mourning. this morning, neighbors of robert walker want answers. brutal attack allegedly at the hand of a teenager the day before is what led to his life. saturday night, dozens gathered to remember walker. they placed candles and flowers feet from where he died. neighbors saying enough is enough. >> we don't need to have a tragedy to be together. we could take our streets back. we could do our own thing again. live like human beings, no out your front door and worry about somebody stealing, killing you, or something like that. reporter: a second vigil in honor of walker will be held later tonight. >>> a scary night for shoppers inside a store in tampa. the ross store evacuated when a man armed with a handgun walked in. employees say they heard gunshots and soon after that, deputies found the man dead in the back of the store. they say he took his own life. was not an active shooter situation. the good news, no one el
Nov 20, 2016 9:00am EST
by dr. george of the largo clinic and med spa. thank you for joining us. >> good morning. >> you're one of the first in the state to offer medical marijuana exams. and i understand, there's one particular story with a patient that got you very involved and interested in medical marijuana. tell us about that. >> yes. we do a fair amount of pain management in the clinic. and one patient who is a patient was injured in a chamber accident. and had to undergo multiple joint replacement, knee, arms, elbows, and was wheelchair- bound. she was on narcotics. went to colorado on her own and came back walking and handed back her medications. and that made me a believer. >> and you offer exams and you were telling me, have you been getting calls? >> we have been identity theft >> what exact conditions? people need to know this, what conditions qualify? >> until the election on the 8th, the only conditions that qualified were seizure, cancer and spasms. after the election on the 8th, the amendment 2, debilitating conditions now qualify. and that started off with being aids, multiple and low row
Feb 28, 2016 9:00am EST
party was george wallace in 1968. in the past couple of hours, what does it say for chris christie's endorsement. you said it doesn't mean much for donald trump and we've seen tons endorsements. we'll talk about one of those coming up. but does that matter now? >> endorsements don't matter. usually, if you look at number of people with the most endorsements, up until jeb bush dropped off. jeb bush was winning the endorsement primary, if it would have mattered, he would have been the frontrunner. marco rubio is winning the endorsement and he is not the frontrunner. chris christie lost. people don't really care. all he did was make himself relevant for one more day >> thank you so much for your perspective. thank you for joining us. >>> with jeb bush out of the race, we've seen plenty of supporters now behind senator marco rubio. former florida senator weatherford is the latest to rubio endorsement on cnn. i talked to him about the change. >> friday night you announced you were endorsing senator rubio. you were before endorsing governor bush. >> i'm a huge governor bush fan and very sa
Oct 2, 2016 9:00am EDT
joined this morning by george farrell and barry edwards. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> let's start with the release by the new york times. we are finding out more about donald trump's financial history, more than ever before. what impact will this have? >> a good impact. the taxes were released, and people know he has failed businesses, that's public knowledge. nothing surprising there. the knowledge is >> i think it reconfirms he doesn't support the troops or give to charities, and it reconfirms there's a reason he hasn't released his tax returns. he doesn't make as much money as he says he does, and he has used every loophole. whether they are legal or not, people expect you to be supportive. if you're a billionaire, people expect you to pay your fair share. he's not proud of that. >> does this increase the need for him to release his tax tax returns when hillary releases the 33,000 e-mails she has not released. >> it was 1995, and we are in 2016, and looking apt tax returns for 1995 does not give you a person's -- >> we need to see his tax returns. >> we will see
Sep 11, 2016 9:00am EDT
president george w. bush at words which would change the course of history. >> i leaned over and whispered in his ear, a second plane hit the second tower, america is under attack. reporter: president bush after brief spots in louisiana and nebraska returning to washington that evening. >> what was it like when you got back to the white house that night? >> the fog of war was still real. there was a high degree of concern and were there other attackings coming and he had to do what the primary job is to do, which is protect us. reporter: the white house tapped pennsylvania governor tom ridge to reimagine the nation's security. >> did you have any sense of what that would entail? >> candidly, there was no blueprint, there invest architecture, no design. reporter: agencies like the coast guard were realigned, others were born like the tsa. the departments of homeland security was formed. color coded terror alert system, phrases like see something, say something became part of our vernacular. >> i think 9/11 effected the role of hundreds of thousands of americans going to work? the
Feb 14, 2016 9:00am EST
actually is going to work. family, especially in the south has a lot of support still. even george w. bush, so going after george w. and some of the other members of the bush family i don't think worked to donald trump's advantage. >> they have called this one ofs more contentious debates, chris, do you think seeing the republican candidates like this going back and forth and swinging hard at each other, do voters? >> well, the american people have been turned off with the discourse in our country for a long time, you know we were talking about how it's so simple for us to get together and have a conversation and that our political processes where the days that ted kennedy and his opponents get together over a bill you won't see this in this modern day we don't see it, the candidates are getting ugly and the most important thing is actual policy and americans want to see real change in their country. for candidates to go back and good reflection of what people are wanting. >>> interesting. now the death of justice scalia that could be the political headline to eclipse the election th
Nov 6, 2016 9:00am EST
apparent the election between george w. bush and al gore was too close to call, an army of lawyers swooped in to state to examine the voting machines. >> wheyo machine, it closes. >> reporter: and count and scrutinize ballots. this led to the families mouse phenomenon of the hanging chad or incomplete punch. butterfly ballots and establishing what a voter's intent may have been. the main focus was in broward county. even though it took months and went all the way to the supreme court. >> florida, florida, florida. >> reporter: and in the end, a mere 537 votes cast by people move in to the white house. >> again, saying 16 years ago, it's hard to believe it's been that long. but every election, tim russert said it well, florida, florida, florida. and as a result, electronic voting machines were abandoned and today florida mail in ballots and it's on the same scan machines with a paper trail. >> yeah, it's changed voting forever in florida. one thin clinton campaign just announced that vice president joe biden and his wife jill will be in tampa tomorrow. >> florida, florida, florida.
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