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ducky: her body was preserved in formaldehyde, glutaraldehyde, phenol-- basically, embalming fluids. stuffed into a vacuum-sealed storage bag. that's why there was no odor. and very little decay. and a cause of death, ck? yeah, a fractured neck. sharp left-to-right twist. same as major newton. who do i notify about her remains? she had no family except the husband that killed her. i'll call her father's lawyer. do we know who the imposter really is? rita appppgate. she was a waitress at a bar not far from lejeune. that's where they met. discovered they had a lot in common. she and captain hudson shared similar, um, desires that his wife didn't. she wants to cut a deal and is willing to testify. says that hudson killed his wife and transferred the body, all along with their personal possessions. after hudson retired, th were gonna dispose of the body, move to the caribbbbn and live off of lauren's money.
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morning, my lord. hey, ducky. those are awfully nice-looking flowers. i take it that you and jake made up. those aren't from jake. they're from mcgee. tony: aw. well, that's kind of sweet. so, you-you guys are good again? bishop: yeah. actually, mcgee saved me. i canceled my trip, got my deposit back, and, uh, it was a good thing. jake has to go out of town that weekend. a summit somewhere in asia. somewhere? asia's big. yep. need-to-know. coulul't tell me where. we'll take our little trip another time. yeah. so i got this, uh, leave request of yours. you still going to england? no, i think i'll take that trip another time. uh, thank you.
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isn't all it's cracked up to be. what happened? well... my cousin, crispian, called back. he knows all about archibald drummond. (chules) it turns out archch... was quite a character. he was a... he was a scoundrel, and a-a thief, a con man. died in newgate prison. crispian says that some historians suspect that, uh, he may have been... jack the ripper. captioning sponsored by cbs and toyota
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ten - rolling in the dough doughthe corridor town that just foundndout it's on the ragbrai route - what it could mean. and - do you believe there's alien life on real cheese, yes please. introducing new melty mozzarella sticks at mcdonald's. made with 100% real cheese..served hot. dip 'em in zesty marinara deliciousness.
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(phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security.
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so our next president needs a real plan to keep strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) hey candidates, answer the c cl already. as president, i will defend this nation, but i will do it responsibly. i voted against the war in iraq, and that was the right vote. we must never forget the lessons of that exexrience. isis must be destroyed, but we should not do it alone. we need an international coalition with muslim boots on the ground fighting with our support. it's'sime to end the quagmire of perpetual warfare in the middle east. as president, i will. i'm bernie sande, and i approve is message. tonight on the fox 28 news at nine -- ready for ragbrai.the corridor town that has a long road aheaea - before it's ready for thousands of cyclists this summer. plus turning it up a
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caucuses will be held. we'll tell you the last-minute suppororbeing brought in, , try and win your vote. and - - one believes and one is a skeptic.((22:54:24)) " when i was a kid we had this train set that we put up for christmas and certain nights it would just start up and go around the tree in the middle of the night. " your thoughts on the real - x - files - is the truth still out there., the corridor's top stories and tomorrow's weather forecast in the first ten minutes. this is cbs 2 news 10 at 10. the route has been announced, and towns across iowa are alraedy starting to plan for ragbrai. good evening - thank you for staying with us tonight. we begin with the news one corridor town has waited more than a *decade to hear. ragbrai - - is travelling the southern - route of iowa - this summer - - and that could bring me fifteen** thousand ririrs - - in to the corridor town of - washington. cbs 2 news reporter - dora miller - - is here - with the latest on how the town is
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the roututstarts in glenwood and ends in muscatine... washington -- one of the stops in-between -- has waited more than a decade for this.since the announcement, they've switched their focus now to planning. planningng snow still coats the ground in washington, but they're already in the summer mindset. ragbrai is coming through. through. "it's been about 15 years since they've last come through here and we've always had a big welcome for them." this time is no different.. different.. "this was just our timing, it's perfect timing." the owner of cafe dodici says e's been busy since e e found out about ththroute. route. "we're scrambling immediately to see how we can accommodate as many people as possible. we have a coffee shop and we're already thinking about opening up the back end of that and how we can use our outdoor seating." her restaurant won't be the only hotspot in the city... when thousands of riders come through -- they'll be touring a new and improved washington. washington. "i think washington has a lot to be proud of. in the past 10 0 years, they've invested over
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downtown and they've totally embraced the idea that they are the town of tomorrow." tomorrow." "one of the best thing that's'sappened since the last time ragbrai was through here is there's just been a tremendous amount of improvements in the community." boosting the economy will be a ni touch...but residents say they're just happy to host once again. again."we're very proud, i know there were other cities that wanted this particular destination too, but we were fortunate get it." the ragbrai committee will be meeting to discuss details soon...ridersrsill be biking through washington on july 29-th.dora miller cbs 2 news ten at ten a crash on inter-state -80 - - this after noon - tied up traffic for hours. hours.this is video - - from d-o-t cameras - in the east - bound lanes - near coral - ridge - mall. witnesses called our - news-room - to say - - both lanes were complete closos down - with cars and trucuc - backed up all the way to - tiffin** .they say the vehicles were severely damaged -- but so far the iowa state patrol - hasn't released any information on
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winter weather advisories have
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the blizzard that shut - down major** cities this weekend - - also left more than a dozen people dead - - in weather - related - accidents. accidents.the snowfall broke records in washington, dc and new york, and now they are left to dig out. craig boswell picks up the story from washington d-c. c. (nats of snow plow)the east coast is bouncing back from a weekend blizzard that dumped nearly 3 feet of snow in some places.washington dc was hit with 2 feet of snow--- enough to keep area schools closed monday.(sot mayor muriel bowser, washington, dc)we're still operating under an emergency in the districta convoyoyf trucks from boston and other cities arrived sunday to get the nation's capital moving again.(nats of guys with maps)3:32 the whole city is a priority a parking lot at rfk stadium became the nerve center of the snow removal operation.boswell bridge: this is where all those trucks will dump a majority of the snow that covered washington.(sot kevin donahue/deputy city administrator) "we're bringing in about 450 pieces of equipment fromomutside of dc (nats of sledders) philadelphians welcomed the
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sledding down hills at the art museum.(sot philly mayor)the city will be open york city officials say the epic nor'easter missed setting a new record for total snowfall by a tenth of an inch. residents have been warned to keep their cars parked.(sot mayor bill de blasio)we need people off the streets, for the safety of others, so sanitation can clear the streets, so our first responders have the freedom to get to emergencies. meanwhile, airports are trying to get stranded passengers off the ground--- nearly 12- thousand flights have been cancelled since friday. craig boswell, cbs news, washington. officials say, at least 25 people were *killed, in blizzard-related deaths. meantime, a group of *iowa kids stranded in yesterday's storm are finally headed home. students from dowling catholic in des moines got stuck on their way home from a school trip to washington d-c. they got into a traffic jam on the pennsylvania turnpike, where
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just sitting. but this morning, they posted a picture from indiana saying they were des moines bound. in tonight's - vote - 2016** - - more changes in thehe latest poll - in iowa. the latest fox news - survey - shows donald trump - - will take the lead - into - the caucuses - - just a week from tomorrow.. he now leads - ted cruz - by eleven** points.- just two weeks - that same poll - - showed the texas senator - with a four* point lead. trump also - - holds the top spot - in new hampshire - - and in most national** polls.marco ** rubio - is now in the third spot - - in both - iowa - and new hampshire. rubio campaigned in the corridor today.he held a town hall meeting - the long-branch - in cedar rapids. the visit comes - just after the des moines register - endorsed him - - as its pick - in the republican caucuses. the paper says - he is the rty's - best hope.rubio told voters - - electing hillary clinton - would take america
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"if the next four years are like the last 7, i am not sure if we will have time to fix the problems and the damage barack obama has created for america. and that's why i'm so passionate about this election. tomorrow - senator - joni ernst - joins rubio - for a rally in des moines. one person who managed to get out of the snowstorm and head to iowa - was new jersey senator cory booker. booker.he's coming through, campaiging for hillary clinton this marion, he told the crowd he was backing clinton not only for her personal achievements and positions -- but for how he thinks she'll be able to unite americans. "rugged individiualism is an honored tradition in our country, we value it, it's why many of us are here today but we also know that rugged individualism did not get us to moon" moon"some political analysts are saying senator booker is on the short list for v-p, if
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nomination.tomorrow - exactly one week from the iowa caucuses - c-n-n will host a democratic presidential debate live in des moines. as some of you probably saw - - they're back !!tonight - scully and moulder - re- opened the x - files. but in the four-teen years - - since the drama left the air - real** life questions about aliens - and the para-normal have jususgrown - loloer**. where do you* stand - on believing - is the topic - in tonight's - - say what. what. nats music - https://www.yo - " music 4 seconds " not that long ago - admitting you were a believer like fox mulder - - or that you thought you hadseen a u-f-o or extra - terrestrial - would have meant strange looks and suggestions you cut back on adult beverages.and yet - - as far back as 1938's war of the worlds - clearly people considered the possibility.nat - (( 25:54:52 )) " i see strange lights in the clouds and stuff and i d dthink there's something out there. " sarah - says - there's
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x-files or otherwise - for all* of it to be a hoax. sarah - (( 22:54:16 )) " for a aens you always hear about the ufos and stuff and i'm 100 percent a believer in that. " nat - (( 22:57:20 )) " i believe in ghosts .. not so much aliens or out of this world kind of stuff. " blake says - he's totally on board - with para-normal - activity - - but he says - - despite all that area - 51 lk - - he has trouble with mulder's theory - - that the government is behind a cover-up.\blake - (( 22:58:49)) " i have a tough time believing the government is hiding a lot of information from us .. i guess but maybe i'm just too trusting in our government. "on our facebook page - - rich says - - oh they'rereut there .. there's a lot of life of some sort out in the universe, writes - look at the secrets we know the government has kept from us, why would they ever tell us about aliens ?nat - (( 22:56:16 )) " never had an experience with them. " kelly says - - she can't speak to any scully and mulder like close
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space - - butwhen it comes to ghosts - - it's not even a question.kelly - (( 22:56:03 )) " i believe people who have passed before us are still present in this lifetime. " nat xfiles music .. some interesting comments today - on whether you beieve - you can leave your thoughts onour facebook page. joy. joy. still to come on cbs 2 news. how the hawkeyes faired against purdue after an epic comeback in their first meeting. the world a president has to grapple with, sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's prepared for it like no other. a tireless secretary of state,
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negotiating a cease-fire in gaza, leading the diplomacy that keeps us out of war. the presidency is the toughest job in the world... and she's the one leader who has what it takes to get every part of the job done.
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today in america, the top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90% this great country and our government belong to all of us.
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wealthy campaign donors have so much influence that the oly way they are defeated is when milliononof people begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough." i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. start your week with cbs 2 this morning.u-s doctors will now start using cutting edge technology in head in neck surgeries. surgeries.find out why it could drastically cut down recovery t te for patients.
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coming up in coming up in coming up in sports -- the hawks -- flying high again -- what iowa did for the first time in nearly 50 years -- next on cbs 2...
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(donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk. ve us a plan.
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sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's prepared for it like no other. a tireless s sretary of state, standing up against the abuse of women and girls. negotiating a cease-fire in gaza, leading the diplomacy that keeps us out of war. the presidency is the toughest job in the world.... and she's the one leader who has what it takes to get every part of the job done. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message iowa and purdue met this season the hawks used a huge second hf fueled by their defense to win in west laffeyette for the first time in 2006 -- and it was de-javu all over again for the hawks hawkspurdue led by 2 at the
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minutes belonged to jarrod uthoff and the hawkeyestied at 35 -- uthoff dishes to mike gesell -- and mikey g rattles home the threethen it's dialing long distance and connecting from jefferson high -- hawks started the 2nd half on an 9 nothing runand they couldn't stop running -- uthoff with the nice dime @o adam woodbury -- he finished with 13 and 10 then more from the "u" -- uthoff takes it hard to rack and slams it home -- he scored 13 of his game high 22 in the second halfand the bench came up big as well -- brady ellingson, nicolas baer, and dom uhl combined for 19 points pointsas iowa beats ppurdue 83 to 71 -- pat moroney was at carver and explains how the second half surgue propelled the hawks to 7 and oh in the big 10 for the first time in 46 years. they say basketball is a game
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certainly the case today at carver-hawkeye arena - when iowa turned a two-point halftime deficit into a 15-point lead... with a 23 to half... you hit two or three threes in a row... it's easy to go on a run... we have shooters everywhere on this team... you never know who's gonna get hot... everybody shooting well... anybody can go off any second... that's been really helping us.... but winning - isn't all about scoring - today it was the defense that feuled iowa's game-changing run... i think we locked in defensively... i think in the first half we missed some assignments... we really didn't have the great energy that we usually do... we picked up the intensity on defense and really got into them... that contributed a lot to our offensive success... i ithink we were locked in better... it came from our defense... i think we got up and pressured more... and that let our defense fuel our offense... the hawkeyes
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in the second half - but fran mccaffery wants more... it was good when it needed to be and we turned that into offense... 23 to 6 run... eleven threes... so that's great... but i'd like to see it be evenenmore consistent for forty minutes... now the hawks get three full days of rest... and then it's off to maryland for a matchup withthnother ranand team... at carver hawkeye arena... pat moroney... fox 28 sports... after starting the big 10 season with 2 straight wins bluder's bunch has flown south in the standings -- dropping 4 of ttir last 5 games -- hawks looking to get back on track at purdue purduewhitney jennings back in her home stateand the hawks started slow -- down 13 in the second -- christian buttenham drdrs in the triple -- buttenham scored a career high 14 then it's tah-nye-adavis -- straight to the hoop -- and banks it high off the glass for two of her 14 -- iowa down
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