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criminal syndicate. >> he's a hawk on immigration. >> he's a republican running for congress. >> earlier, he faced down president obama on gun control in a cnn town hall. >> what would you have done to prevent these mass shootings? >> and now, sheriff is running for congress in a district that is >> there's a connection that i can make with my service as sheriff, i've been outspoken. and i've proven that you can have an impact. >> but facing an onslaught of attack ads from a well financed opponent and the rnc is hoping to turn his district from blue to red, he hasn't received much money to help.
and jobs and the economy, and strengthening our military veterans. >> he's hoping his name recognition opens the doors and his position earns their votes. >> are you pro-free trade? >> i want fair deals and in concept i support it but they have to be on even terms. >> pro-life or pro-choice? >> i'm the 10th of 11th childr >> and despite his reputation as a hard liner, he's not going to join the freedom caucus if he gets elected and will support house speaker paul ryan. >> voters are going to have a familiar name and face to choose from, but tom may look out of place running as a democrat. >> politics, what made you come back? >> there's a number of things.
saying jobs and education moved him to return. there was another big question for this recently turned democrat. >> you think voters can trust you since you were a republican before? >> my values haven't changed. he was a state lawmaker and voted out of office being have, it shows tom has a slight advantage in that district. and what happens at the top of the ticket tomorrow could have a big impact on this race. back to you guys. valley firefighters literally going out on a limb to review an 11-year-old girl stuck 40 feet high in a tree. neighbors said the girl who has
hanging from a branch yelling for help. >> she was yelling help and i walked across the street and saw the jacket and then looked up and there she was. three quarters of the way up and laying on a limb. >> firefighters got her down safely and said she wasn't hurt just tired. more people heading up the valley hiking has fire crews busy. technical rescue teams scaled south mountain to rescue a woman who was hurt while hiking. she's being treated for a possible broken ankle. as the 2016 election races towards the finish, many on both sides of the aisle reporting anxiety and very
>> doctors said if politics are keeping you up. looking at what is called election stress and steps you can take right now to calm down. >> they said their first presidential election has been extremely stressful. >> what form does it take for the stress? >> like a big headache that is over again. and it comes on. >> they're not alone. they found more than hal voters surveyed said the presidential election is a significant source of concern. that leads to heart palpitations and trouble sleeping. >> they may have anxiety and uncontrollable worry and uncontrollable fear that what is going to happen if a or b wins. >> the contentious hillary clinton and donald trump battle
past races. >> they recommend going on walks and playing with pets and avoid debates with friends and family. >> avoid discussing it with people who we feel are not on our side. >> medication may be recommended and cutting back on headlines may just do the trick. financial disaster is harsher if you don't have an emergency fund and the smart way you can deal with it when you're broke. >> never fails, after you lose a job, your car breaks down. and being short on cash in situations like this can put your stress right through the
first, sell some of your stuff. use ebay and craigslist and hawk things you don't need. and with holidays, retailers are looking for seasonal help or offer to baby sit and take care of pets when people are out of town and slash expenses and get a roommate and shop less monthly services. negotiate a gently repayment plan. and borrow against your life insurance, this is another option. the they lend money and hold the policy as collateral. consider tapping into your retirement plan. borrow up to 50% and 5 years to
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items in black friday fliers. >> and toys r us open at 5:00 on thanksgiving day and will open for 30 straight hours. they're bucking the trend because many will close on thanksgiving. >> and ride share companies want to make sure everyone makes it to the polls so uber is teaming up to tell their polling place an gives new users a $20 discount tomorrow. and lots restaurants are offering specials, 7-11 is giving away free coffee. show your i voted sticker. and no end for the simpsons. they're renewed for the 29th and 30th season. they top gun smoke's record for the most episodes of any scripted tv show in history.
vo: 13 year-old sabrina told a school counselor she was raped by her uncle. her counselor called sheriff joe arpaio's office. but arpaio failed to protect her. for three more years, rapes, assaults, even child molestation, remain uninvestigated, while arpaio focuses on his personal agenda. arpaio talks tough,
paul babeu is abusive. physical and sexual abuse at a boarding school. woman: a school that used to be run by pinal county sheriff paul babeu. disturbing. man: babeu's school was unlicensed, abusive, and dangerous. man: congressional candidate not only ran a boarding school rife with abuse, he supported the abusive practices and even bragged about them. paul babeu is
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duties are doing more than cleaning your home, but they're doing a good workout. mopping burns 314 calories. the same as 45 minutes of swimming and vacuuming, and weight lifting, they might b being generous. adults spend 11 hours a week doing household work. that's 2 pounds of weight loss a month. we had sunny skies and a shot at a million dollars. what could go wrong? we are holding the clubs but needed $1,000 for special olympics. we had a blast at the wells fargo fiesta bowl.
back 3 decades. it brings people together for a great cause. there's tim instructing one the special owe olympicians. we're going to give two million dollars away to charities and this is one ever and we're so kited. >> they were pumped for their shot. you can win a ton of prizes and they have televisions and couches and they do it at the golf club there. >> and we want to share how bad
>> holy cow. >> seriously. those are muscles i haven't used. >> golf highlights every day on the news. >> when we were doing that, literally, the press conference for the diamondbacks, it just ended, the new g. this is a home run. like they got guys that are going to get things going and we today. there he is. and he is on the right putting on the jersey. and he joins the d-backs and ran the red sox last season when the manager was battling cancer. >> we have good, young talented players and you build around
to go, it would be a miscalculation. they're ready to take the next step. >> it's a bye week for the cardinals and their final day off before returning to work and returning to the stadium, and a visit from the 49ers and drafted by the cardinals and ye bowl run. he retired today. and he played for the joins and bears. he once picked off that, and he made 3 probowls. and the nfl, getting tabbed for the no fun leagues. don't tell that marquette king.
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i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors as headmaster of a school for at-risk youth. students were denied basic human rights and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona deserves better. arizona's largest newspapers "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party
today, we're spending to focus on the issues that could shape the outcome of the election tomorrow. >> yes, it's the new secret weapon in
politics. it's called dark money. and it got its name because it's untraceable. >> it's coming into arizona from outside interest groups that are influencing everything
you may for your electric bill. >> you may find it interesting that with all of the money pouring into the race for the presidency, the congress and our state length legislatetors determine utility rates. >> what is the definition? >> it's unreported money. that's pure and simple. >> bob burns spent decades in state politics statehouse and senate to the corporation commission where he regulates electric, water and gas rates. and it's here that dark money first caught his attention. >> i started on this issue between the primary and the general election in 2014 and have been struggling with it ever since. arizona's largest utility secretly spent $3 million to
commission. the utility was accused of buying commissioners. so, what i believe is necessary to clean the system is to require the utility to report at the time they spend. >> but burns faced opposition from the other commissioners. i had numerous people telling me to forget it and let it go. and it's not a big deal. >> so here's what is at e. raises the utility rates by just 1%, that could add up to $50 million to the bottom line of the companies like aps. >> i want to point out, dark money is pouring in right now to defeat sheriff joe arpaio and bill montgomery. >> big date tomorrow and we're going to see temperatures above
weather bug and a look, you can see clouds out there in the distance and the sun is setting and temperatures outside, in the lower 80s and wind speeds at 30 miles per hour. and they pick up tomorrow. and notice, mostly clear skies and the temperatures are the big story tomorrow. highs at 90 degrees above average and highs close to 90 and tomorrow when you wa mostly clear and a few high, thin clouds and as we mentioned the winds pick up and then by wednesday, and thursday, we see temperatures above average but starting to cooldown. mid 60s for an overnight low and 33 in flagstaff and here's the way it looks, up in the high country. temperatures are in the 60s on tuesday and staying in the upper 50s thursday and friday
election day tomorrow and veterans day on friday and big parade downtown at 11:00 and then on sunday, temperatures at 83 for race day. so nice to see that the weather is going to cooperate for election day. no excuse not to be out there voting. >> 89, warm but feeling good. >> we can handle 89 degrees. >> they're not just sweating over the weather. >> scott pelley is next and
a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either.
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tuesday. >> get out and vote. >> we can do this. >> pelley: four candidates crisscross eight states in a final election eve push for votes. >> tomorrow we face the test of our time this is it. good luck. get out there. i did my thing. this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: 82 weeks after hillary clinton declared her candidacy and 72 weeks after donald trump did the same, the race is down to its final hours. clinton, trump and their running