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CBS
Oct 24, 2017 7:30pm EDT
lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you. >> isn't that what you want? >> a weapon that grants wishes. >>> promo considerations provideddy bsh >>> tomorrow, "e.t." is behind the scenes of "live" with a kelly ripa and ryan seacrest explusive. could she be joining ryan on "i doll." >> kelly flashes back to her soap opera pass with cameron. >>> what do you do when you have two sons and they can't seem to get along? how about taking them on a camping trip. >> it sounds like a nightmare to me. we'll find out tonight. >> you really think this trip is going to help the boys get along better. >> i do. >> because kevin can be so -- >> i know. >> and randall is -- >> remember how the steelers were a wreck at the start of the '79 season. >> you're going chuck noll the boys? >> i'm going the chuck noll the boys. >> he was the legendary coach who brought the steelers together to win a >> they actually won four. >> look at nancy o'dell. that's what jack is hoping
NBC
Oct 24, 2017 7:00pm EDT
the enron scandal. now, enron ed is lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you. >>> all right. we're back with that story about doctors calling an exciting development in the future of fighting cancer. new approach called precision oncology, doctors study a tumor's genetics to figure out what drug might work, especially people fighting advanced cancer when everything else has failed. nbc's rehema ellis with the early results. months derek laurie thought he had back pain from driving tow truck. >> one day couldn't walk anymore. >> reporter: couldn't walk? >> no just got out of the bed and hit the floor. >> reporter: stage iv cancer, spread throughout a third of his body. radiation didn't work. >> waste away in hospital. didn't get chance to say goodbye. >> reporter: desperate, he entered a groundbreaking trial. treats tumors based on genetics, not where found in the body. one pill twice a day. felt better within a week. tumors, those black spots,
FOX
Oct 24, 2017 6:30pm EDT
. thank you, ronica. we've got two weeks to go until virginia and it go to the polls. we'll be right back. ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad. narrator: they call him enron ed. because washington, dc lobbyist ed gillespie worst. lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. corporations sending jobs overseas. and of course the enron scandal. now, enron ed is lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you. do you look at the polls. obviously virginians want somebody to stand up to the poll ticketed events. we have a candidate that is nothing more than a washington lobbyist. virginians they want somebody to take us to the next level. we brought in over 215,000 new jobs to virginia in the last three and a of that a years. our unemployment rate has gone from 5.4 to 3.7 percent. it's the lowest it's been in nine years. so good things are happening in virginia and people recognize that. i want to let you know that
CBS
Oct 24, 2017 6:30pm EDT
today after tornadoes tore through the carolinas and parts of virginia. the national weather service confirmed two tornadoes touched down in south carolina. a suspected tornado in hickory, north carolina, flipped planes and damaged hangars at a local airport. heavy rain also caused flash flooding in the region. the f.b.i. today released 1,500 pages from its investigation into the 2012 massacre in newtown, connecticut. anna werner reports they shed new light on the troubled young man who murdered 20 first graders and six adults at sandy hook school. >> reporter: the f.b.i. documents include an interview with an unidentified woman who said she was in contact with adam lanza for over two years on a gaming web site dedicated to the 1999 columbine high school shootings. she told investigators lanza kept a spreadsheet, meticulously documenting the details of hundreds of spree killings and mass murders. she described him as depressed, isolated, and someone who said he viewed death as an escape from his joyless existence. the files show indicateors of a young man headed for trouble inch a br
CNBC
Oct 24, 2017 6:00pm EDT
go to less in virginia >> caller: jim, recently a stock of ours have taking a good hit do you feel the stock philip morris is a buy or sell? >> i struggle with this. but at 4% i think it's overdone to the down side i know it wasn't as bad as some people reacted to it wasn't the best stock for the moment rosa in new york rosa >> caller: hello >> hey roz it's jim how are you? >> caller: hi jim. i want to asking you about nlnk. i wanted to find out -- est krng they're -- >> i think their way too bullish. this is the preclinical early drug stock that we're struggling with we -- when you have an eli lilly report a great stock, goes down 4 from there it's hard for me to do a new link. >>> listen up people, this isn't some ordinary piece of rotation this is historic and worldwide >>> on "mad money" tonight, feel like this rally's too good to be true, i'm foigoing off the charo a bull market. >>> taking a hard look at hardware which shares of go pro and fitness. training your all-time lows, i'll tell you if the wearable bubble can be rebuilt or burst >>> a fwrup in australia is striking ba
Univision
Oct 24, 2017 6:00pm EDT
el sur, en especial carolina del sur y del norte y virginia, que se llevaron la peor parte, siete tornados y 60 reportes de daÑos considerables de viento en la zona. hasta tuvimos bÁsicamente menos influencia de la lÍnea y menos virulencia desde el punto de vista meteorolÓgico. 75 la temperatura mÁxima del aeropuerto. un poco de lluvia, masa frÍa que no ha llegado. el panorama es que todavÍa tenemos el viento del sur. de nueve a 16 millas por hora, rÁfagas de 20 millas por hora y esto no ha permitido que esto refresque, es una onda prefrontal que han cruzado el Área con las tormentas. por supuesto lo peor ha estado mucho mÁs al sur, en las carolinas. y en la zona de los grandes lagos, tenemos temperaturas mÁs frÍas, los avisos de viento todavÍa estÁn para nosotros. el viento a corto plazo. el sur y luego se va calmando, miÉrcoles en horario de la madrugada se filtra el aire del noroeste. pasa un frente, acÁ tenemos una perturbaciÓn, definitivamente tenemos una masa frÍa en el Área, lo que va a pasar en los prÓximos dÍas lo hablamos en segundos, una perturbaci
CBS
Oct 24, 2017 6:00pm EDT
identified as 36-year-old ryan clayton of sterling, virginia. clayton was quickly grabbed by police officers. he's now charged with unlawful conduct. >>> president trump was on capitol hill today in a display of party unity amid tax reform debates. the presidential visit was marred by the blunt criticism of two fellow republicans. arizona senator, jeff flake announced he will not run for reelection, because he doesn't feel he can win in the current climate. today, he and bob corker didn't hold back in blasting the president personally, and professionally. >> i'm announcing today that my service in the senate will conclude at the end of my term, in early january, 2019. >> reporter: arizona senator jeff flake says he will not run for reelection, because he feels he no longer has a place in the current republican party. >> it is clear at this month, that a traditional conservative, who believes in limited government, and free trade, who is pro immigration, has a narrow path to nomination in the republican party. >> while he never mentioned president trump by name, flake made it clear w
MSNBC
Oct 24, 2017 3:00pm PDT
governor of virginia. between ed gillespie who is an imitation of trump and use examining police it racist appeals the way trump did, and it would be great if they could weigh in on that. it is bigger than trump. trump perfected a strategic racist strategy to win the election. if they are disgusted by that, we need their voices on everything happening in the republican party right now. >> thank you. the book is the truth matters. we've had an eye on you. i hope you'll join us on "the beat." how does he deal with it? and then a special look at a brand new report on police body cameras. these police shootings have called for a call on the cameras. but how do they impact behavior? because each day she chooses to take the stairs. at work, at home... even on the escalator. that can be hard on her lower body, so now she does it with dr. scholl's orthotics. clinically proven to relieve and prevent foot, knee or lower back pain, by reducing the shock and stress that travel up her body with every step she takes. so keep on climbing, sarah. you're killing it. dr. scholl's. born to move. ♪ it's not
NBC
Oct 24, 2017 6:00pm EDT
sterling, virginia, arrested by capital police for a protest just steps away from president trump today. >> it happened as the president visited the u.s. capital. the man threw russian flags >> as scott macfarlane reports tonight, the incident is raising questions about security on the hill. scott? >> watch closely. he's 36-year-old ryan clayton. you saw the president walk by. he threw russian flags toward the president. he is a protester with a group americans take action. a court record shows prior arrest for unlawful assembly. this area you see here is an area that really is not accessible to protesters. it is called the ohio clock corridor on the senate side of the u.s. capital. that's credentialed press. there are police to get a credential, you have to work for a media organization. in fact, you have to make an agreement with the congressional staff that you won't protest or lobby to get one of those i.d.s and you have to make at least half of your income in actual journalism. this is an area protesters should not get access to. we are asking u.s. capital police how somebody who i
FOX News
Oct 24, 2017 3:00pm PDT
quote carolina who make the same as folks who live in virginia or new york, we pay more and that's not fair. >> you're optimistic tonight? >> very much so, even more so than i was yesterday when i found the house is looking to accept the package on thursday. >> by the end of the year? >> it's more likely today than
ABC
Oct 24, 2017 6:00pm EDT
virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you. jonathan: a volunteer fire chief faces two dozen charges tonight because they say matthew fowler threatened to slash his girlfriend's tires and led the them on a chase not once but twice. he was offduty when they arrested him but he was driving a fire department vehicle at the time. michelle: now must-see video of to a man who doesn't have much patience for these. the hotel manager says not on my watch. he grabs him from behind and throws him to the floor. the thief has had enough. but he ru jonathan: the plane doesn't have landing gear but it's not a problem. he pulls off the belly landing. then he walks away. michelle: "7 on your side" on your side to get you straight answers about your car problems. call 703-236-9220. you can ask the mechanics tonight. we have mechanics standing by to help you figure out what is wrong with the vehicle. jonathan: it can save you money and it's free. just ahead for us. that is a nun with a chainsaw. the no internet sensation aft
FOX
Oct 24, 2017 6:00pm EDT
game in 25 years. >> 25 years you have not missed a game coming up from virginia. >> yeah. exactly. >> that's dedication. >> idiots is what it really is. >> each person has their own way to tailgate. some paint their hair. >> high five. >> amber brought their seven month old good luck charm. >> every since she's been wearing her jersey we've been winning. >> everyone is in good spirits. >> keep walking. >> it won't be eagles tailgate at least one of these. e-a-g-l-e-s! >> in philadelphia, bill rohrer, fox 29 news. ♪ >> and back to your fox 29 weather authority. as we take live look at reading berks county the warm fall days salter are coming to an end ia iain. >> temperatures are going to drop in big way, kathy. you know we don't love that. but it is time of year. >> it is that time of year and temperatures today were a bonus. we had the rain but it was warm and humid. philadelphia we reached our forecast high of 75. allentown 76. wilmington 76. the same in trenton, ac and reading. mid 70s so really comfortable for this time of year. temperatures running about 13 degrees above no
FOX News
Oct 24, 2017 3:00pm PDT
the case. folks in south carolina who make the same as folks who live in virginia or new york, we pay more and that's not fair. >> you're optimistic tonight? >> very much so, even more so than i was yesterday when i found the house is looking to accept the package on thursday. >> by the end of the year? >> it's more likely today than it was yesterday. >> thank you for your time. >> it's always a pleasure. speak out the white house is always announced its new policy for screening refugees. the worldwide ban ends today. taking its place, an executive order for a 90 day review. featuring what's called enhanced vetting for immigrants. those countries have not yet been identified. an update for a story we've been following for you here on "special report," a federal appeals court has cleared the way for 17-year-old illegal immigrants to obtain an abortion. this ruling, the full u.s. court of appeals overruled a decision by a three-judge panel of the court that at least temporarily blocked the team from having that procedure. we come back, to new investigations both with links to hillary cl
FOX
Oct 24, 2017 6:00pm EDT
\policement in northern virginia, a woman is under ar rest for child neglect. police responded to a home in woodbridge after marilyn morton reported that her two kids were missing. the investigation revealed both children, ages eight and 11 left the home in the morningment officers later found the children at a playground unharmed. police also found the conditions inside the home were extremely dirty. >> a d.c. man will spend more than three months in jail for illegally riding an atv in arlington. a judge sentenced is it a fon williams to four years in prison and then suspendedded 105 days which he will have to soivment he was a large part of atv and dirt bike riders who drove last april. he dropped his cellphone during that ride and that is how police tracked him down. a man wanted for threatening to bomb his ex girlfriend's apartment turned himself into police. garret perkins is suspected of making the he's also facing misdemeanor charges for talking. the debate over illegal i am graition in ts . protestors rallied in fairfax today demanding local authorities not assist ice agents with
CBS
Oct 24, 2017 5:30pm EDT
maryland, virginia, west virginia, and d.c. rate in terms of protecting children from sex trafficking, go to our wusa9 website, or mobile app. >>> tonight at 11, teenage girls from suburbia who were sold online, talk about how they were targeted through social media apps, even where they work. it's important information for parents tonight on 11:00. >>> there's breaking news out of hollywood, we're following. emmy award winning actor, robert gione has died. he might be best remembered as the title character of the tv sitcom benson, and for his role in the ground breaking series soap. he won emmys for both. he died in his home in los angeles from complications from prostate cancer. he was 85 years old. >>> five teenagers accused of throwing rocks from an overpass, killing a 32-year-old man. it they are facing murder charges tonight. the teens are all between 15 and 17. investigators say they don't believe the teens were trying to kill someone, but still they should have known better. the rock that hit ken white's van was 6 pounds. white was engaged to be married. there's a gofundme pag
CNN
Oct 24, 2017 2:00pm PDT
charlottesville, virginia. but the house speaker paul ryan, the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell today, they dismissed all of these fights. do you think republicans, congressman, are being well-served by their leaders right now who remain silent in the face of a lot of this outrage? >> well, i wouldn't -- i don't think i'd necessarily characterize it the way you did, wolf. i know speaker ryan was pretty clear about his opposition after charlottesville. i think he has spoken out on a number of times. i haven't kept track, but i do think it's important for all of us to do what we think is right and do what the folks that elected us sent us up here to do. and for me, whether it's a president of my own party or a president of another party, i agree when i agree, i disagree when i disagree. think that we can learn that we can disagree without being disagreeable. i think that is something that is important and we've got to show that as an example up here as elected officials. if we can't do it, our kids won't be able to do it and our grand kids won't be able to do it. >> i ask the ques
NBC
Oct 24, 2017 5:00pm EDT
motorcycle, great rates for great rides. vowould be a disaster forion virginia families.e adams supports letting insurance companies deny coverage for pre-existing conditions. seniors would be charged thousands more. 685,000 virginians would lose their health care. and adams is against medicaid expansion - denying coverage to thousands of veterans, children and the disabled. john adams: higher costs, less coverage, hurting virginians. mark: i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad. >>> oh, it's been a main stay of the region for generations. we've been humming it today. made famous by their locally produced tv and radio spots. >> actually we were having trouble figuring out, which jingle was that? news 4 mark s why belmont tv is closing its stores. >> reporter: like the sign says, belmont tv has been in our region since 1943. it started out in the district as belmont radio. for those of us who grew up here, it was that jingle we just couldn't get out of our heads. whatever you want, think belmont. ♪ whatever you want, whatever it is ♪ ♪ wha
CBS
Oct 24, 2017 5:00pm EDT
issued for a 3-year-old boy in chester field, virginia, was canceled. but the man believed to have taken him is still out there. kaiden thomas merchant was found overnight. police thought kaiden was in extreme danger while in the custody of this man, 44-year- old benjamin king. police say he may be driving a 2016 hyundai elantra with virginia license plate. xws1828. >>> many more questions than answers tonight on a lost, and now found party host and emcee. social media blew up over the weekend, as they tried to find harris. >> reporter: just a strange and mysterious story. no an o cell phone today. one of her sisters actually hung up on me when i called to find out if she was okay. that woman, her sister, did talk to our station in cleveland. >> when she just appeared, it was like something's not right. >> reporter: 48 hours after she disappeared. police at virginia state university found nautica harris on their campus south of richmond. 130miles from the hotel where she was supposed to be. >> when i first saw her face, her look was so blank. >> reporter: her sisters say she had no
FOX
Oct 24, 2017 5:00pm EDT
the current virginia gubinatorial race, too fox5's matt ackland is live where a rally just wrapped up there. what's the latest. >>reporter: the rally did wrap up,s it's fairfax for all. that's what the group calls itself. they gathered out there and now several of them are coming here to the board chambers. this is fairfax county headquarters and they plan to testify. you can see the meeting take place here. we're told this could be a late one. it could happen after 7:00 . there are a lot of people signed up. and they plan to pro test about basically keeping ice and the county government separate from each other. they came with signs and a message for leaders. we're looking to not be profiled as some ads have shown us just as members of ms13 . we're just here to really fight fearful right now to come out of their houses to fight for themselveses. this rally comes as the frum p administration pushes forward on enforcing immigration lawsment especially targeting violent gang members in the country. this was the head of ice back in july. targeting, arresting and re moving violent street
ABC
Oct 24, 2017 5:00pm EDT
>fought drugs, crime, and human trafficking. that's why he's endorsed by virginia law enforcement. buckle up. nothing's more important than keeping them safe and helping them prosper. as your lieutenant governor, i'll work to grow the economy and invest in schools and career training, because virginia's families need more results, not more politics. ralcandidate for'm governor,rtham, and i sponsored this ad. rrator: they call him enron ed.rtham, because washington, dc lobbyist ed gillespie represented the worst of the worst. lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. corporations sending jobs overseas. and of course the enron scandal. now, enron ed is lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you. larry: wesley matthews said he was put outside for refusing to drink milk but now he is saying she choked on her milk and took her body outside believing she died. children out on a highway and then left them out alone overnight. the
FOX Business
Oct 24, 2017 4:00pm EDT
shelley moore capito, senator from west virginia, a senate appropriations member and was at the lunch meeting with president. i don't know if you heard not bob corker say that tax policy was barely discussed at hundred lunch. is that true. >> i would adisagree. we had a wide-ranging segment n question an answer session it was heavily covered. i thought we got a good feel where we are all are. melissa: what kind of details you learn that you didn't know before? >> i really didn't learn anything especially new from the framework we've seen. the encouraging part is, that the president emphasized and our members who asked the questions to make sure the tax reformer tax cut is targeted to middle income earner. that is where we want to see the greatest tax relief. the president emphasized corporate relief to spur job growth. those are the two main take ways. other than that the president expressed flexibility and, as this process moves forward. melissa: flexibility on what? >> well, flexibility on some of the details. in other words where the income brackets might be. what the top rate migh
NBC
Oct 24, 2017 4:00pm EDT
about tax cuts. >> the news 4 i-team has confirmed the man is ryan clayton from sterling virginia, identified himself as part of a group called americans take action, progressive protest group which is a website which claims to represent a network of populists. you may remember there was a similar incident in july, a man standing with reporters identified himselfs he tried to hand a russian flag to jared kushner. the president's son-in-law. investigators believe the same man is likely the one who carried out today's incident. neither the white house nor secret service are responding to immediate requests for comment. if you want to get into that sensitive area on the us capital on the senate side of the capital, you need a press credential from a media organization. you have to ask the capital police how this man got a credential. leon. >> interesting, lots of questions there. thank you, scott. >>> now let's get to four things capturing headlines at the white house today. first, a top republican calling the president incompetent. senator bob corker told reporters today that presid
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 9:00pm BST
divide. it happened after the virginia incident. it is to consolidate the base, not to bring out the better angels of the people in the country. it isa angels of the people in the country. it is a great nation. without us doing that, it not only affects us and future generations, it affects the world. i don't hold out a lot of hope but i hope that somehow, a different course of action can be taken. we all know donald trump is an avid tv viewer. and you can be sure he saw those comments. he fired back on twitter sending five tweets in the following 2 hours. senator corker also going on twitter. he's talking about the white house and how it is run. another us republican senator has joined in on the attack, this time it is senatorjeff lake taking to the senate floor announcing he is retiring and using his beach to take aim at president trump. some copy that has been coming into the newsroom. flake says that us politics has become reckless and undignified from the white house, it is also said that loyalty to conscience should supersede loyalty to any man or political party. earlier we sp
ABC
Oct 24, 2017 4:00pm EDT
burglaries in sterling, virginia, loudoun county that isn't far away from here. i found out the loudoun county detectives and the herndon county police are working together to figure out if the crimes are related. if they are, the same person could be wanted for at least 13 crimes in the last week and a half. getting into homes using everything including garage door openers. i will talk more about that coming up in the 6:00 hour. until then, that is the latest from herndon. i'm q mccray. alison: you can review the surveillance video and this story by downloading the wjla abc7 news app available on google play and at the app store. nancy: too frighteninged to step outside. that is a feeling in florida where they believe a serial killer is on the loose. three people shot and killed in two weeks and abc's victor oquendo is in are tracking down every potential lead. victor: they are reaching out to the community for help. the authorities are breaking the rules in this case, they admit. >> normally as police departments we don't like to give information out to people. we are tight-lipped whe
CSPAN
Oct 24, 2017 3:59pm EDT
clerk: amendment number 1 printed in house report 115-363, offered by mr. goodlatte of virginia. the chair: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman in virginia, mr. goodlatte and a member opposed each will control five minute thsms echair recognize this is egentleman from virginia. mr. goodlatte: i yield myself such time as i may consume. the stop settlement slush funds act of 2017 prohibits settlements that provide for payments to nonvictim third parties. but what happens to leftover money if the settlement doesn't specifically provide for its disposition? it turns out that this situation is ripe for abuse. in 2013 a shocking "new york times" expose revealed that the obama administration bilked over $1 billion from the taxpayer funded judgment fund and handed it to special interests. the case called keeps eagle concerned claims against the department of agriculture. the settlement, spear hed by then assistant attorney general anthony west, vastly overstated the number of claims against the government. one result was a $60 million windfall for the plaintiff's lawyer who was on president
in virginia but was moved to spencer story thirty spend since this footage was taken this it's eleven was back on the rails again by mid twenty fifteen it was full steam ahead once more. museum cinema features black and white films of the history of the railroad the railway paid a significant loan opening up the continent the story of the palace train ninety seven is also mentioned it traveled back and forth between washington and spencer every day but it was never to arrive on september the twenty seventh one thousand and three that journey came to a tragic end on the bridge to the north down. from. what we understand the engineer that day it was his first time operating the train and there was a section of traction air tran so that when the tories for being sharp he approached it to greater speed not knowing the route that well and the train derailed and there were several fatalities and that would result in the train not making here all. the tragedy hasn't been forgotten not least because of the song written about it a short while later it is the record no ninety seven and i unders
CSPAN
Oct 24, 2017 2:15pm EDT
. the virginia colony established the jury in 1624, roughly a year before the dutch even settled the island of manhattan. early americans created juries in 1628 in the massachusetts bay colony and in 1682 in pennsylvania. indeed, in our declaration of independence, our colonists put forward a list of grievances and admonished king george iii for -- and i quote them in the declaration of independence -- depriving us in many cases of the benefits of trial by jury. when the original constitution was silent on the civil jury, americans sounded the alarm, and the seventh amendment was sent to the states in the bill of rights. alexander hamilton is a famous revolutionary founder, he stated in federalist number 83, and i quote, the friends and adversaries of the plan of the convention, if they agree on nothing else concur at least in the value they set upon the trial by jury. or if there is any difference between them, it consists in this, the former regard it as a valuable safeguard to liberty. the latter represent it as the very palladium of free government. going on to the mid 19th centu
CSPAN
Oct 24, 2017 2:07pm EDT
ads next year, opposing senator kaine's reelection in virginia, is reelection of senator kaine an adequate description of the issue? and what if an ad discusses more than one issue, does each one need to be disclosed? another problem can arise if time is reserved in advance and the advertiser does not decide which specific issue to address until just before the ad runs. because of these problems, even the most consheentious stations has problems. any new rules applicable to broadcasters or other media need to be flexible to be adapted to new and varying speech formats. and if new disclosure requirements are created, the responsibility for collection should not be placed on the media, but instead on a government agency with authority to interpret the rules and the power to impose sanctions for non-compliance, thank you very much. >> thank you, mr. goodman. mr. rothenburg you're now recognized for five minutes. >> chairman herd, ranking member kelly, members of the subcommittee, thank you for the honor of testifying today. i would like to get straight to the point. throughout my 11
MSNBC
Oct 24, 2017 11:00am PDT
that lunch meeting. i want to bring in from capitol hill virginia republican congressman. thanks for joining us. >> thank you, guys. >> mark murray put together a timeline of the president's dust up with members of the republican party. since july there have been more than eight instances. you just heard what peter alexander had to say. we did our own list of 11 senators, about one in five have been the target of the president. is this the way to get something passed? >> well, the house is frustrated equally. we passed 270 bills waiting on the senate side. so in our view the senate is way behind on the work product. we passed an obamacare bill. it wasn't a full repeal. >> is the president going after members of his own party part of the problem on the senate side? >> i don't know. we have a tax vote coming up. if they don't pass it then it is a problem. if they do then it is not a problem. it is just about policy. it's tax cuts, obamacare repeal, regulatory reform. we have the entire dodd-frank repealed through the house. the regulatory burden of that one piece alone is bigger than o
FOX News
Oct 24, 2017 11:00am PDT
town like west virginia that is the number one state in the union where people are dying. they have the number one overdose rate. you have distressed economies. you have a flood of opioids going into west virginia. there's a town in west virginia that has 392 people, 9 million vicodin pills provided to that town in a two year period. controlling that free flow of substances into vulnerable populations is part of the solution. you have vulnerable communities with free access to self-medicating instruments which big pharma played a big part in. >> dana: if there was one thing you could ask president trump to include in his emergency declaration, what would it be? >> that would be to have no criminalization of drugs. that is a key. if we decriminalize them, the amount of money that has been spent for the criminal skwrus seus can be diverted towards the treatment. i think that's important. and one big thing i want to bring to the table today is that addiction is a chronic disease. so we shouldn't be looking at this any different from diabetes or high blood pressure. we shouldn't be talk
CSPAN
Oct 24, 2017 1:59pm EDT
was a student at university of virginia virginia, my alma mater. otto held out his hand in friendship to the people of north korea, as we do. it is pyongyang's nuclear ambitions that threaten what otto represented, a world of openness, understanding, and desire for peaceful relations between our country and north korea. it is fitting that this legislation bears otto's name and that its goals embody his spirit. mr. speaker, i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time is reserved. the gentlewoman from california. ms. waters: mr. speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman is recognized. ms. waters: first, allow me to say that i'm very pleaseds -- naming this by legislation after otto warmbier, we're able to honor him and let naming this his family know that we will not forget him. nor will we forget the blutal -- brutal, lethal treatment of this young, decent american student by the government of north korea. there is simply no his family k that justification or the fury with which the kim re
CSPAN
Oct 24, 2017 1:38pm EDT
act, sponsored by senators amy klobuchar of minnesota, john mccain, and mark warner of virginia. when it comes to the principles of the act, they are it would require digital platforms with more than 50 million monthly viewers to create a monthly database of political ads purchased by a person or group who spends more than $500. it will also create a public file of the targeted audience, the number of views it generated, the date and time it ran, the price, and contract informing of the purchasers. if these things are set up, what would it do, accomplish? >> the whole goal is to provide for our national security a tool using disclosure to protect your national security. that was the frame of all the discussions when this bill was being crafted. that was the goal that the sponsors set up. i would note there is a house version as well that's bipartisan introduced by derek killner from washington and mike kaufman from colorado. the whole conversation was how do we protect our national security? what are the tools that we can use that we already have in law? there are long standing
CNBC
Oct 24, 2017 1:00pm EDT
washington. states like west virginia get back $4.23 on the dollar we're paying the bill for others, tauz actually -- it's jersey well fare payments going to other states. to actually add to that now is another 6%, or $3,000 per family is offensive and will be uncompetitive for jersey the reason this comes up they have to figure out how to pay for these things, right? what would you do? >> this is why i want to see the pay fors the lobbyists are going to go after every single provision, we have to see the details. >> what pay for would you vote for? >> there are a ton of shelters you could eliminate as you know, when you lower the corporate tax ra rates that are out there we're ready, i just don't think it comes down on the backs of states like ours and eliminating the state tax due degeneration is air killer for a state like ours. >> let's talk a little bit about business taxes and what could be a part of this legislation and that is limiting the taxation, reducing taxation of pass through income for small businesses where do you stand on that >> i think this quickly gets into an issue w
Bloomberg
Oct 24, 2017 1:00pm EDT
speak with you. joiningalex conant me here in washington. still ahead, governor of virginia talks to david gura come of, about his concern for the trump administration. that's coming up. this is bloomberg. ♪ ♪ this is "bloomberg markets: balance of power." i am shery and new york. david: i'm david gura and washington, d.c. today with the concerning rhetoric in washington. it's hard to know what's going on in the city itself. i sat down with virginia's governor to discuss trade, the success of virginia economically, and how the governors are taking charge. gov. mcauliffe: i don't spend a lot of time competing against other states because that gets for expensive to do that. i'm tried to get companies who want to come to america to do business in the country to use virginia as the gateway. dulles international airport, i the deepest port on the east coast. i have very low taxes. we're not raise taxes and 30 years. friendlyry business conditions and we have mounds. we don't have sharks could we have dolphins. have 300 play six wineries and 225 craft breweries, 56 distilleries, and 22
CSPAN
Oct 24, 2017 12:32pm EDT
virginia in harpers ferry, and your coworker, , you work aa plant, your coworker in loudoun county, , your coworker lives right across the river in maryland. it you get rid of the state and local tax break, then one person has gotten a tax cut and the other has got a tax increase. these two people work side-by-side. one face a federal rate. that just doesn't seem fair. >> you describe the current tax code. >> if you eliminated spitters actually i think you are. there's my point. depending on whether you're itemizing or not, so this is ta really good question for tax reform. we can stick with the status quo where we keep the federal tax rates artificially high for all americans, so some can use their itemized deductions including state and local. and while we do that we just subsidize each other. several communities, taxpayers subsidize it is. world-class -- low tax state subsidize higher tax states. that's the status quo. or we can do something different. we can lower the taxes for all americans and we just pay our own. so for the first time washington doesn't punish or reward you based on
CBS
Oct 24, 2017 12:00pm EDT
virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you. >>> welcome back t noon. the pain at the pump is easy during the wake of a hurricane season. aaa says prices have fallen for 14 out of the last 15 days. still fuel costs are 20 cents higher than they were this time a year ago. >>> police are intensifying their hunt for a possible serial killer in tampa, florida. nearly 400 people packed an elementary school last night, to hear updates from city officials. tampa mayor, bob buckhorn didn't hold back in pleading for the public's help. >> question need you to call us, and -- we need you to call us, and let us know what's going on. that's how we're going to catch this guy. >> there are questions concerning surveillance video that shows a man police want to speak to. he was walking in the area when one of the three victims was >>> former fox news host, bill o'reilly is going on the offensive to slam a "new york times" report about his alleged payouts for sexual harassment claims. the reports say the settlements h
MSNBC
Oct 24, 2017 9:00am PDT
being here with us today. >>> coming up, virginia is for voters. two weeks i'm told the marquee political race, the gubernatorial race in virginia. we'll be back on "andrea mitchell reports" on msnbc. (avo) when you have type 2 diabetes, you manage your a1c, but you also have a higher risk of heart attack or stroke. non-insulin victoza® lowers a1c, and now reduces cardiovascular risk. victoza® lowers my a1c and blood sugar better than the leading branded pill. (avo) and for people with type 2 diabetes treating cardiovascular disease, victoza® is now approved to lower the risk of major cardiovascular events such as heart attack, stroke, or death. and while it isn't for weight loss, victoza® may help you lose some weight. (avo) victoza® is not for people with type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis. do not take victoza® if you have a personal or family history of medullary thyroid cancer, multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome type 2, or if you are allergic to victoza® or any of its ingredients. stop taking victoza® and get medical help right away if you get symptoms of a
ABC
Oct 24, 2017 12:00pm EDT
course the enron scandal. now, enron ed is lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you. announcer: now, abc 7 news at noon. on your side. adrianna: so many are demanding answers about the ambush in niger that led to the deaths of four american service members. a senior intelligence officer tells abc news that what started as a reconnaissance mission turned into a mission to pt cracks the initial mission was considered so low risk that they didn't have armored vehicles or drone support. less than 24 hours later, a senior military source told abc news that a new set of orders to take one of the top isis and al qaeda targets in africa changed everything. cracks the patrol came under attack from 50 enemies. >> the ambush lasted an hour before they asked for support. afternoon,r that french attack helicopters arrived on station. >> during the firefight, it to u.s. soldiers were injured. three were killed and one was listed as mission. aboutdow has questions
FOX News
Oct 24, 2017 9:00am PDT
tarlov has an opinion about that. west virginia senator joe manchin is a red state democrat who was up for reelection in 2018. and he says he would pass on the opportunity to have hillary clinton join him on the campaign trail. his explanation seem to refer to clinton's controversial comments during the campaign lester about putting coal miners out of business if she were elected. >> it wouldn't be wise for hillary to come to west virginia prayed it would be a good thing for her or for me. the relationship is just things that were said were very harmful and very hard to justify. she made a big mistake and it was wrong. that's all i can say. >> harris: manchin's seat as vulnerable as he tries to hold on in a state donald trump won is a candidate and faces primary challenge from the left as well. wouldn't be good for either one of them. what does that mean exactly? >> david: that is incredibly point. we can only hope and i would pay for airline tickets for hillary clinton to travel to lots of states where there are democratic incumbents. just from the russians, absolutely. >> jessica: ev
FOX Business
Oct 24, 2017 12:00pm EDT
for trump like joe manchin from west virginia for heidi heitkamp from south dakota. that potentially is a possibility. again, i still think it's an uphill battle. neil: i kind of agree with that. those two, senator manchin defender heitkamp run record a piece of me not too long ago, as they stand now, no. that could change. but i don't know. i think it's a real uphill battle to try to give those are what they are. >> the one thing we know about democrats is that unify no matter what. but the democrats don't want is for president trumps tax policy to be a success because what this means is more americans will have more money in their pockets. that means companies, businesses will be able to reinvent the extra money in their businesses, to hire more people, increase wages which will help the class americans. and so, they don't want to see president trump be successful when it comes to cutting taxes because anyone who is up for reelection in 2018 the democrats come and they have to explain to constituents why they didn't support these initiatives for a tax cut, for tax reform, which is
CSPAN
Oct 24, 2017 11:59am EDT
, the gentleman virginia tech for one minute. >> mr. speaker, earlier this month four u.s. service member were killed by! ic militants in niger. we thank these individuals who paid the ultimate price for our country. their service will never be forgotten. as we learn more about this situation, many of my constituents have asked why american personnel are in niger to begin with. today we have u.s. service members around the globe fighting or advising operations against isis, al qaeda, and other terrorist groups on several continents. however, they are doing so under war authorization congress passed in 2001 and 2002 in the wake of the september 11 attacks. rather than continuing to fight isis under an authorization passed by congress 16 years time to pass a new authorization for the use of military force that is focused on present day and future threats. the authorizations passed by congress in 2001 and 2002 are out of date. nd i have interdwused new aumf legislation that addresses -- introduced new aumf legislation that addresses the threats we face. the constitution grants congres
NBC
Oct 24, 2017 11:00am EDT
virginia and this is something homeowners have been dealing with for a year. >>> this man is accused of multiple assaults and how he was allegedly eight to strike again even after being arrested. >>> and we're seeing more sunshine across the area right now, but temperatures aren't going to cool down just yet. i'll tell you when the cooldown will arrive and a look at your halloween forecast. >>> good tuesday morning. >> we got to start with those storms. boy, oh, boy, look at that, it hit our area overnight, but it did a lot more damage down south. you can see that tree topple right over on to a house in north carolina. there's been damage to big sections of both north and south carolina. the storms blew out windows, crushed cars, flattened buildings and even flipped some stru trucks over. we know it's possible that a tornado touched down. about 100,000 people lost power and five schools were forced to shut down in caldwell, north carolina. >> a guy got stuck in the mud on sixth street near virginia avenue southeast. a tow truck had to pull the car out. we also saw some flooding and l
CBS
Oct 24, 2017 7:00am PDT
virginia. intense winds flipped planes and crumbled hangars at a small airport northwest of charlotte. >> the national weather service says at least nine possible tornados were spotted across the region. demarco morgan is he tihickly north carolina regional airport. >> reporter: the airport was fully functioning monday afternoon. but take a look at this right here behind me. planes flipped over. cars piled on top of each other. and two airport hangars now destroyed. the storm sent airplanes flying out of control and into each other. strong winds damaged buildings at the hickory airport, burying planes and cars in mangled steel. the national weather service believes a tornado likely touched down here. this amateur video shows the storm's power, bringing blinding rain and intense wind gusts. this is what's left of an auto plant in north carolina. the building caught fire. >> holy moly. >> reporter: this cluster of trees were sliced off along i-85. >> that's ridiculous. >> reporter: and in west spartanburg. >> a lot of thunder and lightning. >> a whole lot of wind. >> my neighbor's house
CSPAN
Oct 24, 2017 10:00am EDT
gentleman from west virginia, mr. jenkins, for five minutes. mr. speaker, everyone remembers the excitement of receiving that first paycheck and the feeling of accomplishment that hard work brings. and we also remember just as vividly the disappointment we experienced when we saw just how much of our hard-earned money went to taxes. it's a rite of passage that we've grown used to but that doesn't mean it's right. americans deserve to take more home of their pay. that's exactly why we need tax reform, tax cuts, tax simplification and why i'm working with president donald trump to make our tax system work for west virginia's families. our tax framework would cut taxes for west virginia's middle classes families, double the standard deduction for families and couples and create jobs by making small businesses and american companies more competitive. west virginia's families work hard and have been squeezed by economic economy's downturn. under our tax framework and with the support of president trump, help is on the way. we will also make it easier and simpler for americans, west vi
FOX
Oct 24, 2017 9:00am EDT
show. >> all right. good to hook or and this tuesday morning. also ahead this morning, virginia voters head to the polls to pick the commonwealth's next governor two weeks from today is the so earlier this morning we sat down with one of the men running for that job. coming up little bit later, my one-on-one with democratic nominee ralph northam. >>> how did he seem? >> confident. >> um-hmm. >> good. >> says he's paying attention to everything not got just by the polls but you know it's crunch time now. >> ed gillespie coming in. >> whenever he decides to. >> invitation is out there. >> very good. it's open and it's kind of up to him now whenever he wants to come in. >> good to know. >>> first at 9:00, let's talk about the weather we're having because the carolinas are pi picking pieces this morning after series of severe storms overnight. this is actually new video from both states. high winds knocked out power to thousands downed trees and left small regional airport in ruins. airplanes flipped upside down. the hangar a tangled mess of metal. there are reports of as many as seven tor
FOX
Oct 24, 2017 9:00am EDT
million-dollar to charlottesville, virginia. >> and then, schools in philadelphia and other cities where he played. >> they walk the walk. there is a lot of people that talk about something. when you encounter someone in your life and what he tweets out talking about his faith, it is real deal for him. >> if they are such good guys, i hope they make it to the super bowl. is it too early to get excited about the super bowl. >> that is what we have been asking people all morning and we are saying is what your mood this morning. are you hey we are going to the super bowl. are you telling us we should just slow down. so, 57 percent, it has gone higher for slow down. >> so, we're at 984. let's close out the poll when we get to a thousand. we have had 984 votes, just a few of you left to go, come on >> we're afraid that we're so close. >> we're philadelphians. >> you just want to be like slow down get so afraid maybe it won't happen again, don't want to jinks it. >> speaking of carson wentz, wentz winning souls and games through the power of jesus christ. i love it. you put god first he will p
CSPAN
Oct 24, 2017 8:07am EDT
growth, before we set them. >> let's take, if you live in west virginia, in harpers ferry, and your coworker, you work at a plant. your coworker in loudoun county lives right across river, lives in maryland. it to get rid of the state and local tax break -- if -- then that come one person has got a tax cut and the other has a tax increase. these two people work side-by-side. one pays a higher federal rate. that just doesn't seem fair. >> you are describing the current tax-cut. >> no. if you eliminated it is actually i think you are. so depend on whether you are itemizing or not, so this is a really good question for tax reform. we can stick with the status quo where we keep the federal tax rates artificially high for all americans so some can use their itemized deductions, including state and locally. while we do that we just subsidized each other. rural communities, taxpayers subsidize cities that middle-class tend to subsidize higher earners. low tax state subsidize higher tax states. that's the status quo. or we can do something different. we can lower the taxes for all americans
Bloomberg
Oct 24, 2017 7:00am EDT
warner of virginia. this is bloomberg. ♪ >> this is a bloomberg daybreak, i am emma chandra and this is a greenroom. coming up, alix steel interviews david lonmin from a meeting in washington. this is bloomberg. ♪ had aeral motors third-quarter profit that beat estimates and they cut north american vehicle production by more than a quarter, mitigating the impact of suv sales. technologies has raised its forecast full-year for the second quarter in a row, they make products ranging from elevators an aircraft landing gears, increasing production of a new jet engine. they are making a major expansion into aerospace. customers coming back to mcdonald's, for a second straight quarter increase of u.s. after years of declines. mcdonald's same-store sales in the u.s. beat estimates. that is our bloomberg business flash. david: tax reform is at the top of the president's agenda. as we just heard from wilbur ross, hopeful they can get it done this year. for a report on how likely that is, let's go to our chief washington correspondent kevin cirilli. hill, all eyes on capitol particularly the ho
FOX
Oct 24, 2017 7:00am EDT
near 6 and virginia avenue southeast and enough to cause one car to get stuck in high water an mud and have to be towed out. water main reware pair work continues and some will continue to experience low pressure water at all. >> learning a d.c. man facing serious sex assault charges was out on the streets and able to strike again. >> latest happen egg this past weekend not even a month after the first violent incident. kristin leon is live from northwest with what we cov covered. kristin, good morning. >> good morning, steve, allison. that's right he is supposed to appear in court this friday. matter of fact. 23-year-old again he's a -- aus koodz ofaldly sexually assaulting a woman at a d.c. gas station. take a look at him now. 23-year-old kerry ed wartdz on your screen chbl the first incident happened september 25. he sexually assaulted a woman he apparently was giving rides to. and according to court documents in this particular case edwards" grabbed the woman by her neck and bent her over saying "you're going it take this, charged and prosecutors asked for him to be released before
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