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kevin hart, so i'm doing this. >> thank you, united shades of america, sunday night, 10:00 p.m. here on cnn. thanks for watching. our coverage continues. a subpoena for donald trump jr., the republican-led senate wants to bring him in, but why? >> if it wouldn't for him, i wouldn't have my baby today. >> i was going to go down fighting. >> shock and grief in colorado as a community mourns a hero who took down a school shooter. are the gop attacks on obamacare taking a toll, the rate of uninsured adults ticking up for the first time under the law. and more than a thousand
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weapons seized by the feds, guns and ammo tracked down in a home in los angeles. i'm christine romans. >> good morning, i'm dave briggs. it's almost friday. it's thursday, man 9th. >> don't tease me like that. >> almost, it's 4:00 a.m. in the east. we start in the nation's capital where it's not case closed. the senate intelligence committee wants another round with donald trump jr., but will the president's son comply? the subpoena comes from a committee led by republicans. discussions over his testimony began before the release of the special counsel's report. don jr.'s team resisted, in part because they say mueller's findings were still secret. >> the subpoena is sign the committee is escalating its probe into russian election interference. it raises two major questions, why do senators want to speak with don jr. and will he show up? >> christine and dave, case closed was the message from mitch mcconnell.
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it appears at least in the senate, including the republican-led senate, the case is not quite yet closed. why do we know that? we have now discovered according to sources that a number of weeks ago the republican-led committee issued a subpoena to donald trump jr. as far as we know this is the first subpoena issued by anybody on capitol hill related to any of the president's children. the issues here while still not totally clear appear to really run through two different tracks. these were comments that donald trump jr. made related to a june 2016 trump tower meeting with russian individuals who are claiming they had dirt on hillary clinton as well as discussions he may or may not have had with michael cohen related to a potential trump tower in moscow. both of those issues were issues that donald trump jr. testified about previously. he's testified in front of three committees for dozens of hours and we know right now that while the committee has subpoenaed donald trump jr., there is currently a standoff. donald trump jr. is not planning on coming to capitol hill. the considerations were either
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pleading the fifth or not showing up at all, attacking the republican chairman of the committee richard burr making clear in their eyes this is a pr stunt. it doesn't look like this standstill is going to change anytime soon. the case not quite closed. guys. >> the next subpoena could have bob mueller's name on it. democrats are determined to hear from the special counsel, but president trump is trying to block his testimony by invoking executive privilege over the entire mueller report and its underlying evidence. a dramatic step considering the president recently suggested he didn't mind the report being released at all. jerry nadler dismissing the administration's stonewalling. >> i certainly hope that we will hear from mueller and eventually -- by the way, yes, eventually we will hear from mueller because we will if we will have to, we will subpoena him if we have to and the
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nonsense claim of executive prifr will be pierced by the court. >> for refusing to happened over the unredacted mueller report. the judiciary committee voted along party lines to advance the measure. the matter appeared headed for a courtroom showdown between house democra democrats and the house democrats. ♪ let it be, let it be >> overnight a vigil to honor an 18-year-old student killed in a gun attack at a high school in suburban denver. at least 2,000 people packed the gym at stem school highlands ranch to pay tribute to kendrick castillo who tried to stop one of the suspects from firing. cnn spoke to his father who as you can imagine is heartbroken. >> one of the kids told me that like a flash he jumped up.
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she said, you know, he's a hero. he saved me. he said he jumped up and he ran. you couldn't even see how fast he was running, you know, out the door and after this person. there's another part of you that wishes he would have just turned and ran, retreated, hid, you know, did something to put himself out of harm's way if that was possible. >> the kids have to even make the choice between fight or flight is just unacceptable. other students and families are remembering kendrick kcastillo. >> kendrick lunged at him to try and subdue him. as soon as he said don't you move, kendrick lunged giving all of us enough time to hide under our desks. if it had not been for him, i wouldn't have my baby today, and i can't imagine -- i will never be able to thank him.
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>> i was hiding in the corner, and they were right outside the door. i had my hand on a metal baseball bat just in case because i was going to go down fighting if i was going to go down. >> again, this is even a conversation in daily american life. kendrick is part of a tragic new trend in american schools looking out for a shooter, than sacrificing yourself to save your classmates. last week riley howell was killed as he tackled a shooter at the university of north carolina charlotte. here's what his parents told cnn last night. >> it is just terrible that more families and communities are going through this, and while i'm angry and i feel embattled, i think at the same time we have to instead of just liolionize, have to galvanize. there just has to be some dialogue from people all around so that we can never, ever, ever let a community have to go
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through this again. >> boy, we hope that's the case. cnn has obtained cell phone audio capturing the moments police moved on to the shooters in colorado. >> they found him. >> authorities have identified both shooters, one an 18-year-old male, the other a 16-year-old. police initially said the second suspect was a girl, but he identifies as male. both are due back in court to be formally charged friday. the vigil last night actually turned into a demonstration. some people walked out after senator michael bennett and congressman jason crow spoke. >> mental health! mental health! >> mental health i think they're chanting, are they? >> okay, mental health. they said they didn't want politics and the media taking advantage of the shooting.
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they started chanting for a focus on mental health. if you'd like to help the castillo account, a donation account has been set up with wells fargo. you can go to any branch and ask to donate. the gains in coverage from the affordable care act are beginning to erode. the uninsured rate for americans age 45 to 64 jumped to 10.3% last year, up a full percentage point from a year earlier. it marks the first time a government study has shown an increase. >> the uninsured rate serves as a gain for president trump's impact on health care coverage. his administration is seeking to dismantle every aspect of obamacare in the courts. the landmark health care law is credited with extending coverage of millions of americans. the uninsured rate did remain stable for younger adults. breaking moments ago, north korea launches an unidentified projectile, the second launch in a week. let's go straight to cnn's paula
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hancock live in seoul. we've been watching some of these indications that something was happening here. what do we know? >> reporter: well, the latest we have here is from the joint chiefs of staff. they have confirmed that there have been a number of unidentified projectile filed from north korea. it's been filed from the northwest of the country we believe heading in the east direction so towards the water, and then onto japan, but that's pretty much all we have at this point. 4:30 p.m. local time is when we're being told this was fired, these projectiles. that's just over half an hour ago now, and it does come just a number of days after north korea fired one believed to be short-range ballistic missile and rockets at multiple rocket launches on saturday morning local time as well, so clearly north korea is signaling something once again potentially
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signaling frustration at the lack of talks or at least the lack of the talks going the way they want to at this point. now, we did hear from north korea about the saturday launches and they effectively said that was part of a military drill. it was defensive in nature, so it will be interesting to see what they say about today's drill, if that, in fact, is what it was. it is interesting, though, the fact that both the u.s. and south korea have been trying to down play what has been happening in north korea at this point, certainly after the saturday launch there was an effort by both sides to point out that this wasn't necessarily as provocative as one might think. that is what we heard from the intelligence agencies here in south korea who briefed lawmakers saying that it wasn't as provocative as before and even pedaling the north korean line that they are defensive and this is part of a military drill. >> after that saturday launch, the president said -- tweeted i'm with you to kim jong-un, so we'll see what happens later
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today, what the u.s. response is. thank you so much for that. i see your threat of new tariffs and i raise you. president trump plans to hike tariffs on chinese goods tomorrow. the chinese are threatening to retalia retaliate. china's commerce ministry said beijing will impose tariffs of its own if the u.s. jacks up tariffs of 25% adding an escalation in bilateral trade frictions is not in the interest of both peoples or that of the whole world. all this as the 11th round of negotiations begin today. on wednesday the president suggested the chinese were trying to run out the clock on his administration saying they want to negotiate with joe biden or another weak democrat. the president said he's happy with tariffs filling american coffers calling them great for the u.s., not china. remember, china does not pay for tariffs. the bill is paid for americans
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who import it at the port of entry, that means you too eventually. hours before china's warning press secretary sarah sanders said this to reporters. >> look, we've got indication that they want to make a deal. our teams are in continued negotiations. >> the white house declined to comment again after china's threat of retaliatory tariffs. you know, the thing is, though, we import so much more from china that the americans have the leverage on the tariffs. they don't really import enough from us. the danger there is it's soybeans and it's ag products and more pain for farmers who have seen their soybeans actually in storage and rotting in floods since the chinese retaliated on those. i'm worried about the heartland. >> it's a surprise the market has not lost more than 1.3 trillion given the cliff that we're on the very edge of. ahead, a 3-year-old with leukemia wants his parents -- don't want chemo. his doctors they do.
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. authorities seizing a cache of more than a thousand weapons, federal agents in the lapd serve a search warrant wednesday while investigating the suspected manufacture and sale of illegal firearms. look at this, stacks of hundreds of rifles and handguns along with thousands of rounds of
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ammunition could be seen laid out across the driveway of the large home. one man has been arrested on weapons charges. a judge has ordered chemotherapy treatments to resume for a 3-year-old florida boy with leukemia over the objection of his parents. noah mcadams was diagnosed on april 4th. he received two rounds of chemo before his parents informed doctors they wanted to seek alternative treatments, but a judge ruled noah must complete the first phase of chemo. he's also allowing the boy's parents to explore options like medical cannabis. >> we are disappointed with the fact that they're moving forward with chemotherapy considering all the side effects. >> the judge will evaluate the little boy's condition before ruling on the next two phases of chemotherapy for noah. police in south carolina say a child found $40,000 worth of methamphetamine hidden inside a lego box. they say three women bought the lego set at a thrift store in charleston and took it home to
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georgia. they gave the legos to a child who opened the box and then discovered the meth. drug enforcement officials say the becomes could have been purchased in a storage auction before making its way to the consignment shop without anyone questioning its contents. no charges have been filed. >> that's terrifying. all right, a nurse was denied a world record because she wore scrubs instead of a skirt. now the guinness book of records is changing its tune as they should. i don't think anybody thought that was a good idea.
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the kwquick thinking of a school bus driver may have saved a teenager's life. watch as driver samantha cole stops to let the student off. she pulls him off just as a car zooms past the school bus door. i've got to watch this again. she's been called a hero. the school district says she did an outstanding job. they say their drivers had to go to training to prepare them for situations just like this. i also call that the mom arm. >> not enough people stop for
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those stop signs that come out from the -- that is a serious problem in this country. >> we have seen fatalities. people don't know that you cannot pass a school bus, people. you cannot pass a school bus. >> we shouldn't have to remind you. >> right. a royal welcome to archie harrison mount baton windsor. quite a mouthful. the world getting its first look at harry and meghan's son. after he met the queen, they revealed his name. the british royal family likes to honor those who came before, but we're told the duke and duchess just liked the name archie, and the second name harrison, it means son of harry. >> it's magic. it's pretty amazing, and i mean, i have the two best guys in the world so i'm really happy. he has the sweetest temperament. he's really calm and. >> temperament at 2 days old, ta sleep 20 hours a day. >> proud parents nonetheless.
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they've chosen not to use any title for their son. when prince charles becomes king, prince harry's son will automatically become his royal highness prince archie harrison. a british nurse who ran the london marathon in scrubs and pants, shell get her place in the record books after all. guinness world records has scrubbed its decision, get it, to deny jessica anderson the title for fastest marathon wearing a nurse's uniform. she had been told initially that her attempt didn't count because she was not wearing a skirt. guinness though now admits its guidelines were outdated, incorrected and reflected a store owe type. the record time 3 hours, 8 minutes and 22 seconds. that's what nurses wear. they don't wear the little hat and the skirt and the orthopedic shoes. >> monday was national nurse's day.
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this is national nurse's week. honor the work they do. absolutely. donald trump jr. subpoenaed by the senate intel committee why does the republican led committee want to talk to him? ♪
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check your free credit scores at creditkarma. here's to progress. a subpoena for donald trump jr., the republican-led senate wants to bring him in. we'll tell you why. if it wasn't for him, i wouldn't have my baby today. >> i was going to go down fighting if i was going to go down. >> shock and grief in colorado as a community mourns a hero who took down a school shooter. breaking overnight, the second launch in a week by north korea, why now? we go live to seoul. and more than a thousand weapons seized by the feds, guns and ammo tracked down at a home in los angeles. welcome back to early start on a
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thursday, i'm dave brilggs. >> i'm christine roman. the senate intelligence committee wants another round with donald trump jr., but will the president's son comply? the subpoena for don jr. comes from a committee led by republicans. discussions over his testimony began before the release the special counsel robert mueller's report. don jr.'s team resisted in part because they say mueller's findings were still secret. >> is the subpoena is a sign the committee is escalating its probe into russian election interference and raises two major questions, why do senators want to speak with don jr., and will he show up? phil mattingly has more from capitol hill. . >> reporter: case closed was the message from mitch mcconnell, it appears at least in the senate including the republican-led senate, the case is not quite yet closed. why do we know that? well, we have now discovered according to sources that a number of weeks ago the
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republican-led committee issued a subpoena to donald trump jr. as far as we know this is the first subpoena issued by anybody on capitol hill related to any of the president's children. now, the issues here while still not totally clear appear to really run through two different tracks. these were comments that donald trump jr. made related to a june 2016 trump tower meeting with russian individuals who were claiming they had dirt on hillary clinton as well as discussions he may or may not have had with michael cohen related it a potential trump tower in moscow. both of those issues were issues that donald trump jr. testified about previously. he's testified in front of three committees for dozens of hours, and we know right now that while the committee has subpoenaed donald trump jr., there is currently a standoff. donald trump jr. is not planning on coming to capitol hill. the considerations are either pleading the fifth or not sheg -- showing up at all, attacking the republican chairman of the committee richard burr making clear in their eyes this was a
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pr stunt. it doesn't look like this standstill is going to change anytime soon. basically things aren't actually over, the case not quite closed. guys. >> phil mattingly, thank you for that. the next subpoena could have bob mueller's name on it. democrats are determined to hear from the special counsel, but president trump is trying to block his testimony by invoking executive privilege over the entire mueller report and its underlying evidence. it's a dramatic step considering the president recently suggested he didn't mind the report being released at all. house judiciary chairman jerry nadler dismissing the administration's stone walling. >> i certainly hope that we will hear from mueller and eventually by the way, yes, eventually we will hear from mueller because we will if we have to, we will subpoena him if we have to, and the nonsense claim of executive privilege will be pierced by the court and he'll be ordered to testify. >> the full house will take up whether to hold attorney general barr in contempt for refusing to
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hand over the unredacted mueller report. the judiciary committee voted along party lines to advance the measure. chairman nadler says we are now in a constitutional crisis. the matter appears headed for a courtroom showdown between house democrats and the justice department. ♪ let it be, let it be, let it be ♪ >> overnight a vigil to honor an 18-year-old student killed in a gun attack at a high school in suburban denver. at least 2,000 people packed the gym at stem school highlands ranch to pay tribute to kendrick castillo who tried to stop one of the suspects from firing. cnn spoke to his father who as you can imagine is simply heartbroken. >> one of the kids told me that like a flash he jumped up. she said, you know, he's a hero. he saved me.
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she said he jumped up and he ran. he said you couldn't even see how fast he was running, you know, out the door and after this person. there's another part of you that wishes he would have just turned and ran, retreated, hid, you know, did something to put himself out of harm's way if that was possible. >> other students and families remembering kendrick castillo as they come to terms with their own grief. >> kendrick lunged at him to try and subdue him. as soon as he said don't you move, kendrick lunged giving all of us enough time to hide under our desks. >> if it had not been for him, i wouldn't have my baby today, and i can't imagine i will never be able to thank him. >> i was hiding in the corn, any were right outside the door. i had my hand on a metal baseball bat just in case because i was going to go down fighting if i was going to go
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down. >> hard to imagine. >> that a child even could say that in this country. >> kendrick is part of a tragic new trend in american schools looking out for a shooter, then sacrificing yourself to save your classmates. last week riley howell, the screen left. howell was killed as he tackled a shooter at the university of north carolina, charlotte. here's what his parents told cnn last night. >> it is just terrible that more families and communities are going through this, and -- and while i'm angry and i feel embattled, i think at the same time we have to instead of just lionize, we have to galvanize. there just has to be some dialogue from people all around so that we can never, ever, ever let a community have to go through this again. >> cnn has obtained cell phone audio capturing the moments police moved in on those shooters in colorado.
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>> they found him. >> authorities have identified both shooters. one is an 18-year-old male, the other a 16-year-old. police initially said the second suspect was a girl, but he identifies as male. both are due back in court to be formally charged friday. a vigil last night actually turned into a demonstration. some people walked out after senator michael bennett and congressman jason crow spoke. >> mental health! mental health! mental health! >> they say they didn't want politics and the media taking advantage of the shooting pushing an agenda. now mental health was the chant you hear there with a focus on that. if you'd like to help the castillo family a donation account has been set up with wells fargo. you can go to any branch and ask to donate to the kendrick castillo memorial fund. illegal border crossings
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from mexico are rising at a staggering rate between october and april, the u.s. border patrol reported 460,294 people apprehended. that is the highest number in a fiscal year since 2009, and the issue came up at a trump rally last night in northern florida. >> i mean, when you have 15,000 people marching up, and you have hundreds and hundreds of people and you have two or three border security people that are brave and great, and don't forget, we don't let them, and we can't let them use weapons. we can't. other countries do. we can't. i would never do that. but how do you stop these people? you can't. that's only in the panhandle you can get away with that stuff. >> that's right, laughing at the notion of shooting illegal immigrants. the president also promised to increase hurricane relief efforts seven months after the
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hurricane devastated the panhandle. many loyalists at the rally are still recovering. the relief money they need is tied up in negotiations over a broader disaster relief package with a dispute brewing over how much assistance should go to puerto rico, the president falsely claimed 91 billion has gone there. again, not true. >> not true. ever wanted to know how much your prescriptions would cost before you got to the drugstore? i mean, there's just zero transparency in drug prices. tv ads will soon start telling you. the trump administration says drug makers will have to include the list price in the commercials. the president says he wants to lower drug prices and officials say knowing the price will give patients more information to bring into discussions with their doctors. some experts fear that advertising list prices may scare patients with health coverage away from medications mostly paid for by their insurance. there's no enforcement mechanism in the new rule.
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officials say violating it would be a deceptive trade. north korea launching a quote, unidentified projectile, the second launch in a week. hi there, paula, what do we know? >> reporter: dave, the latest information we have is from the joint chiefs of staff here in seoul, and they have said that an unidentified projectile, potentially more than one, has been launched at 3:30 a.m. eastern time, around then, so just within the last hour. now, it was launched from the western part of the country close to or at the missile base. now, this is somewhere where we have seen short range and medium range missiles launched from in the past, the scuds that north korea has. it's one of the undeclared missile bases but one that satellite images have picked up in the past, and we know that this projectile was flying in an
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easterly direction, and that's pretty much the latest we have on the project tile itself. now, it usually takes some time for u.s. and south korean intelligence agencies to be able to pour through the data and find out exactly what was fired, and it generally takes north korea longer to announce what was fired. it's just within the week, less than a week of launches on saturday morning local time, which turned out to be multiple rocket launches and also potentially a short range ballistic missile. now, north korea has spoken about those through a media saying that was part of a routine drill, saying it was defensive in nature and nobody should get upset by it. the u.s. and south korea have been down playing it, u.s. president donald trump even saying i am with kim jong-un. >> in a recent tweet. thank you. general motors ohio plant may get a second life. gm is in talks to sell that
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plant. it closed earlier this year. the potential buyer workhorse which would use ittobuild electric pickup trucks. president trump tweeted about workhor workhorse's interest in lordstown portraying it as a done deal with all the cars coming back and much more, the usa is booming. during a rally last night the president said he called gm's ceo to make a plea to do something with that factory. >> i call up mary berra, will you make a deal or open it, please? i'm getting killed with that plant. anyway, today she called. they're going to be opening. it's going to be a great company going there. >> he's getting killed with that plant because he told the workers there don't move, don't get another job because i'm going to save your jobs, and in the end he did not. gm and workhorse both said no deal has been reached. talks are still in the early stages. the president says it's a done deal. this is early. the united auto workers union says it doesn't want the plant sold and that gm should reopen
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it itself. workhorse could not give any target for how many workers it would employ if it bought lordstown or when those jobs would start. those gm union jobs are good, solid well paying union jobs, which is why the union wants to keep gm there. the world can rest easy today. the royal baby has a name. did harry and meghan buck tradition yet again? since my dvt blood clot
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look at this astounding video, stacks of hundreds of rifles, handguns along with thousands of rounds of ammunition could be seend laid out across the driveway of a large home. one man has been arrested on weapons charges. robert f. kennedy jr. being called out for his an anti vaccination campaign. his sister kathleen kennedy townsend, brother ask former congressman joseph kennedy, and his niece maeve kennedy mckeen writing in a "politico" op-ed, they say his outspoken stance on vaccines is tragically wrong. they add he has helped to spread dangerous misinformation over social media and is complicit in sowing distrust of the science behind vaccines. the son of robert f. kennedy has been one of the more notable anti-vaxx activists. the spike is blamed in large part on anti-vaxx parents who
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don't believe science. newly released video shows southern california police officers firing 76 shots killing a suspect. authorities say the officers won't be charged. we do want to warn you, some of the video is disturbing. anaheim officers shot and killed 50-year-old eluth penonova. he was armed under the influence of an unknown drug and hallucinating. when the officers arrived, nava sat up in his truck and drove away. the orange county prosecutor says the officer saw nava what appeared to be a black semiautomatic handgun. it was actually a co 2 air pistol. a d.a. says the officers were justified in believing nava was a serious threat.
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. coming soon, college admissions scandal the tv series. developing a limited series based on operation varsity blues. the studio has optioned the rights to an upcoming book about the scandal by wall street journal reports melissa corn and january lev its. it involves cheating on standardized tests and bribing officials to accept students as
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athletes even if they never played the sport. 50 people before charged including actresses felicity huffman and lori loughlin. no word if they're being considered for roles in the series. my tongue is in cheek there. >> i hope not. i'll watch that. a royal welcome to archie harrison mountbatten-windsor, quite a mouthful for someone weighing in at seven pounds three ounces. the world getting its first look at harry and meghan's son. after he met the queen, they revealed his name, and now the british royal family likes to honor those who came before. we're told the duke and duchess of sussex just liked the name archie. and the second name harrison, it means son of harry. >> it's magic. it's pretty amazing, and i mean, i have the two best guys in the world, so i'm really happy. he has the sweetest temperament. he's really calm. >> i don't know who he gets that from. >> that will change. they've chosen not to use any
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title for their son, however when prince charles becomes king, prince harry's son will automatically become his lisroy highness. the "new york times" says president trump lost more than a billion dollars over a decade, and in case you missed it, late night comics had quite a bit of fun at his expense. >> remember his cameo as the fancy rich guy in "home alone 2." now we know when he recorded that, he was so broke he had to borrow money from the pigeon lady. >> even though the royal baby is three days old, he's already paid more taxes than trump. >> trump basically set a record by losing over a billion dollars. if you combine trump and the avengers, you break even. >> 100 million a year for a decade. he's like a one-man fyre festival this guy. >> amazing, he was born a millionaire, and then he lost so much money that he ended up in public housing. >> to give you some perspective,
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1990 was the same year the movie "kindergarten cop" came out and that movie made $200 million. it's not like you needed a brilliant idea to make money back then. >> you know, they're making light of it, but when you pay taxes, you are paying to pay the military to pay the paychecks of the men and women who support us, right? >> we don't even know what happened in the 25 years since. we were just showing you those global markets. asian markets fell again, european markets have opened lower. on wall street futures are also pointing down here. you know, almost 1%. the dow managed to snap a t two-day losing streak wednesday. the s&p 500, the nasdaq both closed down. the 11th round of these critical trade talks begin today. the chinese government said it will retaliate if president trump follows through on his
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promise to jack up tariffs to 25% on friday. so the job market is strong, how strong? for the 13th month in a row, job openings have outnumbered the number of americans looking for work. the labor department shows 7.49 million job openings. these are new details from march labor market data. as of this past march, the latest data available, there were 1.28 million more jobs open. the job market is also lifting wages which itself can sometimes slow hiring. a big move in the fight against teen nicotine addiction. walmart is increasing the minimum age to buy tobacco products to 21 years old. it announced wednesday it will stop selling tobacco or e-cigarettes to anybody under 21. this is a really important move, and it starts july 1st. flavored e-cigarettes have become more popular among te
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teena teenagers. the change comes after the fda warned retailers they were violating rules against selling tobacco products to minors. they labeled the use of e-cigarettes by young people an epidemic. it takes effect at all american walmart and sam's club locations. >> 12 states have raised the age to 21. mitch mcconnell expected to introduce legislation to make it federal. "early start" continues right now. a subpoena for donald trump jr., the republican-led senate wants to bring him in, but why? if it wasn't for him, i wouldn't have my baby today. >> i was going to go down fighting if i was going to go down. >> shock and grief in colorado as a community mourns a hero who took down a school shooter. breaking overnight, the second launch in a week by north korea, why now? we're going to go live t

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