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d'ambrosio.i'm kelly morning... cbs two this welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2 weather first forecast. first weather- your planner shows what's ahead a&- now a live look outside courtesy of our weatherfirst skycama&- a wind chilly advisory is in effect for ne iowa until noona&-temperatures around the area are cold but warming todaya&- the current winds around our viewing area are gustya&- our planner features sunny skies with flurries throughout the daya&
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this morning governor terry branstad will give this year's condition of the state address, laying out his priorities and goals for the state this yaar. year.my cbs 2 this morning co- anchor kevin barry gives us a preview of what we can expect from the capitol in des moines. moines. people across the state are paying attention to the condition of the state address speech this year after the 2015 legislative session ended with governor vetoing bi- partisan bill continuing education funding.now with education funding still an important issue, both parties are back in des moines for 2016 with new issues to tackle the last legislative session was very disappointing in how governor branstad handled the vetoing education funding. really rushing ahead with this medicaid expansion in a way that even the federal government said he needed to slow down.recently the governor talked about his plan to ship some money from education funding to efforts to improve iowa's water quality, which former democratic governor tom vilsack has supportedit's always goingto be about education. that's 60% of our budget. there's gonna be alot of talk about the economy, tax structure and the issue that seems to be emerging here, governor branstad has put it on the table is the environment and clean water. i thk you;re gonna see a healthy debate on that.tonight follow along with all of our evening news at the cbs new at 5, 6 ,and 10. to see what the governor says in his speech and what lawmakers on both
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moines, kevin barry, cbs 2 thth morning. if you'd like to watch the governor's speech live, it will be streaming on our website cbs-2 iowa dot com. it's expected to start at 10 a-m. also happening today, the president will be giving his state of the union address, and the white house says this year's speech is going to be unlike any other we've seen before. before.president obama is not expected to present a wish- list of policies to congress. with republicans firmly in control of congress - the president has resorted to executive actions on
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minimum wage, immigration and gun control.tonight's prime-time speech could include a preview of the next issue the president will take on without congress: election reform. "you'll hear the president talk about making sure that every american has a chance to influence this democracy. not the select few, not the millionaires and the billionaires," billionaires,"the president's speech will begin at 8 and that can be seen live right here on cbs 2.following the president's remarks, south carolina governor nikki haley will offer this year's republican response. a number of republican candidates are making stops in eastern iowa today, just weeks before the iowa caucuses, in a wide open race. race.donond trump is holding a campaign rally on the campus of u-n-i this evening.it will be held at the west gym at 6. doors open at 4-thirty. rick santorum is making several trips in eastern iowa as well.he's on the tail end of a *five day swing through the entire state.today he'll start his day with a town hall in the independence public library at noon.the former
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attend private events in both cedar rapids and robins. santorum has lagged behind in the polls this cycle but actually *won the iowa caucuses in 20-12. a pair of candidates will be hosting events in coralville todayin just a few hours at 8- thirty, jeb bush will speak at the coralville public library. and this afternoon, former arkansas governor mike huckabee will make an appearance at the american legion post number 721, at one. the stage has been set for this thursday's next round of g-o-p debates, and only seven candidates will take the stage in the prime-time bout. and that's not sitting well with everyone.rand paul and carly fiorina were both relegated to the early debate. paul said he'll now skip the event altogether, saying he won't participate in a second-tier faceoff. "it's a rotten thing to do to try and designate which candidates have a chance and don't, and so we will not participate in anything that's not first-tier." fox business network, who is hosting the event in south
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that paul did not meet.they wanted the top six candidates from the five major national polls, and anyone polling in the top five in either iowa or new hampshire.the main debate starts on thursday at 8. in dubuque dubuquepolice say woman used a baseball bat to kill her ex-husband. husband.62-year-old dolores flynn was taken into custody yesterday afternoon.she's charged with second degree murder for the death of 72-year-old gary breckenridge. investigators say flynn allegedly admitted to family members that she attacked breckenridge on january 4th.if convicted, she could face up to 50 years in prison. the cedar rapids police department hopes to have a final policy on body cameras by the middle of the year. year.they received a federal grant to buy the cameras last year and should have the cameras soon.but chief wayne jerman says coming up with a policy is taking extra time. right now, they're researching different guidelines from departments across the nation. he says the main concern is privacy - for example, when
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at all, should it be released? chief jerman says he's always supported body cameras - but knows there are a lot of privacy concerns. 05:44:09"we have to be aware of when a camera is activated and when you're dealing with other types of victims," budded to "those who are victims of sex assaults and sometimes situations involving minors and children - we just have to be very careful" careful" jerman says the department will not release video that's part of any ongoing investigations. now to the university of iowa. iowa.have you ever wondered what the beloved hawkeye footba team is worth in cold hard cash?it turns out, they would be one of the most valuable football programs in the country. country.a professor determined every team's open market value based on city size, strength of schedule and state growth rate.the iowa hawkeyes were valued at 12-th highest, at nearly 440-million dollars. ohio state, texas and michigan
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it's still to come... come...a look-back at the life and career of david bowie...
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main weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa&- a wind chilly advisory is in effect for ne iowa until noona&- now a live look outside courtesy of our weatherfirst skycama&- temperatures around the areaa& - taking a look at regional temperatures we see highs are cold today all around iowaa&- the regional satellite/radar is mainly clear today with light snow on the way tonighta&- let's move ahead in time by taking a look at the midwest surface mapa&- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we see sunny conditions today- today's forecast bring us sunny skies with gusty winds- tonight's forecast has us dealing with light snow- tomorrow will feature warming temps with mainly cloudy skies - the next three days show warming weather- our 7 day forecast has a warming temps the next few days with upper 30s by the end of the week
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the music of the late david bowie, was literally out of this world. world.jeanne moos has one astronaut's tribute to the iconic star. star. the illustrator who created this calls it 29 "career- spanning" faces of david bowie. his most recent face, from his new song lazarus, is haunting....(bowie song)"look up here i'm in heaven."with bowie in a hospital bed, buttons on bandaged eyes... released mere days before his death.(jeanne moos/cnn correspondent) "do you have a favorite david bowie song?" (woman) "let's dance. let's dance."(two women) "ch-ch-ch- (two women) "ch-ch-ch-changes." (woman) "the astronaut."(nats david bowie) "this is ground control to major tom."space oddity was bowie's first big hit. and then it hit again more than 40 years later... (chris hadfield video) "this is groundcontrol to major tom."when a real astronaut
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of bowie's death, commander chris hadfield tweeted "ashes to ashes, dust to stardust." (voice of cmdr. chris hadfield/astronaut) "it was like a alap in the face to wake up and realize that he is no more."(chris hadfield video) "though i've flown 100- thousand miles."(jeanne moos/cnn correspondent) "with bowie's approval, the astronaut did change the lyrics a little to give the song a happier ending."(voice of cmdr. chris hadfield/astro naut) "the astronaut dies at the end, which of course i didn't want to be singing that living onboard a spaceship."so commander hadfield left out these words...(nats david bowie) "your circuit's dead, there's something wrong." people seem to connect with bowie's connection to space. lyrics from the song ended up on tributes...(nats david bowie) "and the stars look very different."even a vatican cardinal quoted the song. as for bowie, he called the astronaut's renditn...(voice of cmdr. chris hadfield/astro naut) "the mostoignant rsion of the song ever done." (chris hadfield video) "here i am floating in my tin can."and
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imagination, bowie is floating in his high heeled platform shoes eternally in space.(nats david bowie) "and i'm floating in the most peculiar way." jeanne moos, c-n-n, new york. it's now on this morning.
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new technology federal officials want to see installed in your vehicle. vehicle. dad: i know. spots. culligan man: the problem is your water! anncr: a culligan whole-house water conditioning system gets rid of sediment or impurities. so keeping everything spotless is effortless. mom: hey. dad: the culligan man.
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anncr: a culligan whole-house water conditioning system gets rid of sediment or impurities. welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your_______ your_______ safety regulators believe technology making it possible for cars on the road to talk to each other could prevent crashes and save lives.kris van cleave reports why federal officials wants the new tech,
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the newly proposed the newly proposed regulation will require technology to be standard in all new vehicles sold in the u-s. experts say that could bas revolutionary as seatbelts and airbags. (take gfx)once finalized, the rule will call for vehicle to vehicle communcation, or v-2-v, to be phased in over a few years. (end gfx) (natsound/foxx)(13:15:44) "our goal is to see this technology put in place as soon as possible."secretary of transportation anthony foxx (foxx sot)(foxx 16:42:xx) "over the years we've had about 33,000 fatalities a year on our highways.//...if the technology can substitute e for human udgment and help us avoid these crashes we think we can get as much as an 80% reduction. that is a huge - change."(natsound/v2v demo)as this department of transportation imation shows, v-2-v uses technology similar to wifi to link cars near each other on the road, allowing them to share information like speed and
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second...so if a vehicle several cars ahead stops abruptly, your car would know almost instantly and warn you to slow down.it may also be able to talk to infastructure like stop lights telling the driver how long until a light changes. v-2-v builds on technology like blind spot detection and automatic breaking already found in some vehicles.ford ceo mark fields. (kvc/fieldldexchange)(kvc 15:52:30) "d"dyou think this is the type of technology customers will pay for?" (fields15:52:33) "i think to a certain extent they will.//(15:52:46) but we'll see what the future brings on that, but we're working very hard on bringing and continuing to have more and more of those features in the vehicle, and we'll see what the consumer decides."###(kvc live tag o/c)(while the industry supports the move to v2v, scott, there are unanswered questions when it mes to protecting consumers from hacking and personal data collected by these increasingly smart cars.) because vehicle to vehicle cars ustechnology similar to wi-fi, there are concerns about security against hacking.
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be a number of years before that will be addressed. it's still to come...how long it could now take before "el chapo" is brought to the u.s.
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here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- this morning...
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lee community rec center will continue to stay closed. repairs and maintenance are taking longer than first originally thought. thought.it was expected to reopen today, but a delay in ththcompletion of the boiler project is pushing that back. it's now expected to re-open on saturday. in cedar rapids, kirkwood community college has received a gift of 80 acres in farmland. the donation is estimated to be worth 1-point-1 million dollars.it will be used by the college's two-year agriculture program.income from the farm operation will then be used to create a memorial scholarship honor of the donor's daughter, jamie lynn harder.15 scholarships will be awarded beginning in the spring of 20-17. a wanted man in lima ohio decided to send police a selfie because he thinks his mugshot is terrible. terrible.the lima@police posted this on eir faceceok. 45 year old donal l gh is wanted for failure to appear
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this selfie and wrote "here is a better photo that one is terrible." it's after the break...the actions lawmakers in washington could
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cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making this better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged,
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i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.right now on cbs 2 this morning...why today's condition of the state address is even more important following last year's legislative session. the response from sean penn following his involvement with a notorious mexican drugord. the latest f warning from iowa health officials asase move deeper into winter. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2
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new is morning, morning,an explosion at a a popular tourist attraction in istanbul, turkey has killed 10 people, and injured 15 more. more.the present of turkey now says an apparent suicide bomber with links to syria detonated a bomb.right now, no one has claimed responsibility but isis is suspected.we'll continue to track this story all morning long, and bring you any updates. at the nation's capitol,, capitol,house lawmakers are now moving ahead with a bill sanctioning north korea. korea.a vote is scheduled today for the proposal which would deny the communist nation the "hard" currency it needs for its nuclear weapons. last week, north korea claimed
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right now, we still don't know if that actually happened but many experts dou they have the technology to pull it off. also at the capitol tonight, the president will deliver his final state of the union address, and you'll be able to watch it live right here on cbs 2.the white house released this video monday previewing esident obama's speech.the president is expected to highlight the executive actions on gun control he announced last week.he's also invited 23 guests to the event, including a syrian refugegeand american hero spencer stone, who helped break up an attempted terror attack last year, on a paris bound train. but before that speech, the leader of iowa, governor terry branstad will on be delivering one of his own.this morning he will be giving his condition of the state address to iowa lawmakers.cbs 2 anchor kevin barry has a preview from the state captiol in des moines. moines. this week mark one of the first times lawmakers are back in the capitol since a very controversial end to the last session. after both parties worked out a deal to continue education funding, governor
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potentially costing school districts in the state valuable resources.i think it will be a little contentious but i know our representatives will be able to work it out. i hope the republicans will talk to their consnstuents cause we've heard from our superintendents, teachers, in the education issues we've heard from hospitals on the medicaid issues, doctors and patients. i think if they talk to constiuents those republicans ware gonna realize and we need to do some more oversight on medicaid and really make education a priority.but iowa gop chair jeff kaufmann says hectic sessions with disagreements is how he knows politicicns have the right mind set.i would be worried if we went through a session when every single republican agreed with each other. that' not what hey're there for.4i believe when republicans fight and debate with eacacother, and when democrats fight and debate each other, that is aa reflection ofthose legislators representing their district,
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along with all of our evening coverage on cbs 2 news at 5, 6 and 10 to see what the governor said in his speech and whatatlawmakers on both sides of the aisle think about it.in des moines, kevin barry, cbs 2 this morning. head to our website, cbs 2 iowa-dot-com to watch the governor's speech live.it's expected to ststt around 10-a-m. mexican drug-lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman will not be sent to the s anytime soon. soon.mexican authorities say it wililprobably take aroundnd year to extradite him.he faces drug and murder charges here in the united states.the drug king-pin was recaptured on frid, six months after breaking out of prison. actor sean penn is respondidi to criticism he's received for meeting with el chapo for a secret interview.penn says he has no regrets about the eting and said he's got nothing to hide.authorities believe e e interview helplp led to guzman's recapture. mexican officials have said contacts between guzman and penn helped them track the fugutive down. new this morning, the mother oththso-called
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released from a texas jail. jail.this comes after a judge lowered her bail from a million dollars to 75-thousand. tonya couch will be reteased once she's fitted with a g-p-s monitor.she was brought back to texas last week after fleeing the country with her 18-year-old son ethan.police believe he may have violated probation he received in the drunk driving deaths of four people.right now, ethan is being detained in n mexico city. in north liberty, we're getting a first look at some someresults from a special census.it says the population isaround 18-thousand people. people.that's a 36 percent increase from 20-10.it's also about 12-hundred people more than what city leaders expected.the results could mean an additional half million dollars each fiscal yeye in tax money for road repairs.the streets superintendent says that can be spent on equipment, street and traffic signal improvements and maybe another employee. amy nielsen, nl mayor00:16:32 the participation rate was extrememy high and actually higher than what they normally
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residents.the mayor says the city cod get the funds in fiscal year 20-17 if they are able to get the count certified d time. marion is also looking to cash in on its rapid growth. growth.applications are now available for paid census canvassers in marion.the city is conducting a partial census, meaning they are only counting certain parts of the city that are experiencing high-growth. high-growth.during the last census in 20-10, the city had 34-thousand, 768 residents. residents.city staff estimate their special census will reveve an increase of between 800 and one thousand people. people.the census is estimated to cost the city134-thousand dollars. dollars.the deadline to apply is january 22-nd and the job is expected to last between three and five weeks. we have a warning this morning from the iowa department of health that could help you stay healthy in the last months of winterer wintnt.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson joins us in the studio with more..good morning, stephanie. stephanie.kelly, the number of confirmed flu cases isn the
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haven't roroed up your sleeves for r vaccination, time is running out. out.three different strains of the virus are spreading through iowa and there are at least four flu - r%lated deaths so far.historically the worst of the influenza season hits in about three weeks.linn county public health nurse heather meader says after problems with the vaccine lastt year, this dose is doing the trick. " the flu virus that was going around drifted, it changed , it mutated, we're not seeing that issue this year so this year's flu vacine is an excellent match to what we see in the coummunity right now " "the peak of the flu season could hit just as college students are bringing illiness back to campus-and cold weather has everyone staying indoors where germs can more easily be transmitted.tt cdc recommendsdsfor you t tcheck with your local pharmacy to see if they offer any flu shots. stephanie johnson, cbs 2 news. news. more than half of middle and high school students in he s are exposed to sececd-hand
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by the cdc.researchers say the findings are alarming because exposure can impact their lung and cardiovascular health, and it's completelylypreventable. data shows children who are exposed to second-hand smoke are at an increased risk of having asthma and lung infections.the study was published monday in the journal pediatrics. it's still to come...what all three democratic candidates said last night at a forum in des moines.
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here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... e city of cedar r pids is conducting a new survrv.the national citizen survey is designed to show how local governments are serving their residents, and fulfilling other areas.questions will cover topics like quality of life, and lolol policies. selected house-holds will receive invitations for the survey this week.the actual forms will begin arriving next week.an electronic survey will be open to eryone starting in march thososin the ioio housing market could be eligible for up to two-thousand dollars every year in income tax credits.governor branstad has
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home buyer tax credit program. those who meet certain income limitstsas well as other requirements will be eligible for the credit.it will go toward reducing federal income tax liability.the program is expected to save one-and-a- half million dollars worth of tax expense for those eligible. good morning, it's on this morning, we'll have another look at some of today's top stories,
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this morning governor terry branstad will give this year's condion of the state address, laying out his priorities and goals for the state is year. year.people across tt state are paying attention to this year's speech, after the 20-15 legislative session ended with the governor vetoing bi- partisan bill continuing education fding.now both parties are back in des moines for 20-16 with new issues to tackle.if you'd like to watch the governor's speech, it starts at 10, and will stream live on our website cbs 2 iowa dot com. also happening today, the president will be giving his state of the union address, and the white house says this year's speech is going to be unlike any other we've seen before. before.president obama is not expected to present a wish- list of policies to cocoress. with republicans firmly in control of congress - the president has resorted to executive actions on controversial issues such as
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gun control.tonight's prime-titi speech could include a preview of the next issue the president will take on without congress: election reform. "you'll hear the president talk about making sure thatat evereramerican has a chance to influence this democracy. not the select few, not the millionaires and the billionaires," billionaires,"the president's speech will begin at 8 and thatan be seen live right here on cbs 2.following the esident's remarks, south carolina governor nikki haley will offer this year's republican response. the democratic party's three candidates for the oval office were back in iowa to starthe week... week...it was fofothe brown and black forum in des moines, covering minority issues in the campaign. campaign.much of the conversation had to do with economic issues facing minority communities, but they also talked about criminal justice and racial ineququity. in the wake of president obama's executive action on gun control -- all three democrats tried to make thei suppt clear. but on the issue of guns, let me be very clear, i support the president i think we have
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improve the instant baground check. check."one of the reasons i'm so adament and so much in support of president's obama's policies that he's rolled out is that we cannot sit idolly by while 30-thousand people die from gun violence. violence.we do not have to accept the kind of injustice where if you called from a wealthy neighborhood, the police always came and they always got out of their car. but if you called from a poor neighborhood, and almost all of them were black, they hardly ever came and they never got out of their car. a number@of republican candidates are making stops in eastern iowa today, just weeks before the iowa caucuses, in a wide open race. race.donald trump is holding a campaign rally on the campus of u-n-i this evening.it will be held at the west gym at 6.6. doors open at 4-thirty. rick santorum is making several trips in eastern iowa as well.he's on the tail end of a *five day swing through the entire state.today he'll art his day with a aown hall
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library at noon.the former pennslyvania senator will then attend private events in both cedar rapids and robins. santorum has lagged behind in the pollthis cycleleut actually *won the iowa caucuses in 20-12. a pair of candidates will be hosting events in coralville todayin just a few hours at 8- thirty, jeb bush will speak at the coralville public library. and this afternoon, former arkansas governor mike huckabee will make an appearance at the american legion post number 721, at one. the stage has been set for this thursday's next round of g-o-p debas, and onlylyseven in the prime-time bout. and that's not sitting well with everyone.rand paul and carly fiorina were both relegated to the early debate. paul said he'll now skip the ent altogether, sasang he won't participate in a second-tier faceoff.fox business network is hosting the event in south carolina. the main debate starts on thursday at 8. in dubuque dubuquepolice e y a woman used a baseball bat to kill her ex-husband. husband.62-year-old dolores
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yesterday afternoon.she's charged with second degree murder for the death of 72-year-old gary breckenridge. investigators say flynn allegedly admitted to family members that she attacked breckenridge on january 4th.if convicted, she could face up to 50 years in prison. it's now on this morning.when we come back, we'll take a look at the top three stories you'll need to know on this morning. morning. mom: seriously? culligan man: problem water. i'm on it. anncr: a culligan whole-house water softening system turns your problem water into culligan water, pure and simple. dad: hey, culligan man. culligan man: hey! you got people working incredibly long hours. median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 1999.
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what this campaign is about is to demand that we create an economy that works for all of us rather than a hahaful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, you shoyld not live in poverty.
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and simple. dad: hey, culligan man. culligan man: : y! anncr: a culligan whole-house water softening system turns your problem water into culligan water, pure and simple. here's a look at the top three stories you need to know on this tuesday morning. morning.an explosion at a popular tourist attraction in istanbul, turkey has killed 10 people, and injured 15 more. the president of turkey now says an apparent suicide bomber with links to syria detonated a bomb.right now, no one has claimed responsibility
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this mororng governor terry branstad will give this year's condition of the state address, laying out his priorities and goals for the state this year.people across the state are paying attention to this year's speech, after the 20-15 legislative session ended with thehegovernor vetoing bi-partisan bill continuing education funding. there's a new champion in the college football world this morning.the alabama won the college football playoff last night against clemson.the tide won 45-40.this is alabama's fourth national championship in the p pt seven years. final weather- a wind chill
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thanks justin.we'll see you in two marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberara chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just anothth washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa
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. good morning. it is tuesday, january 12th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." new video of el chapo answering sean penn's questions before the raid that led to the drug lord's capture a. surge by bernie
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