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this is the cbs "overnight news." president trump made his debut before the united nations general assembly today. he told the leaders of the world he will always put america first and said they should put their countries first too. mr. trump vowed to work with them, for peace, but threat tuned wipe one nation off the face of the earth. major garrett was there. the scourge of our planet today is a small group of rogue regimes, that violate every principle on which the united nations is based. >> president trump warned world leaders iran and north korea must be stopped. he said the u.s. is not afraid to use military force if necessary. >> the united nations has great strength and patience. but if it is forced to defend itself, or its allies, we will have no choice, but to totally
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destroy north korea. >> the president then used his newly coined nickname for north korean dictator kim jong-un. >> rocketman is on a suicide mission for himself. and for his regime. >> the president accused iran of financing terrorism in the middle east. and repeated calls for the world to unite against islamic extremism. >> we will stop radical islamic terrorism, because we cannot allow it. to tear up our nation, and indeed, to tear up the entire world. >> mr. trump also implied he might pull out of the obama era deal to halt iran's pursuit of nuclear weapon. a decision to renew is next month. >> frankly that deal is an
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embarrassment to the united states. and i don't think you have heard the last of it. believe me. >> closer to hope, mr. trump called cuba and venezuela failed socialist states. he said venezuela has descended into chaos after illegitimate elections. >> we are prepared to take further action if the government of venezuela persists on its path to impose authoritarian rule, on the venezuelan people. >> not surprisingly. the president's u.n. speech highlighted divisions in the middle east. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu called it most courageous and bold in 30 years. a foreign minister called it hate speech, better suit ford medieval times than the 21st century. anthony. >> major garrett. thank you. >> long before the special counsel began investigating russian meddling in the u.s. election, and whether anyone in the trump campaign was involved. paul manafort was the target of an investigation. and surveillance of the one time trump campaign chairman. here is jeff pegue.
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s. >> reporter: cbs news learned surveillance on paul manafort occurred. intercepts picked up conservations between manafort and russian individual as but the campaign. intercepts potentially include conversations between manafort and mr. trump. part of the investigation intensely focused on manafort. >> i answered questions and dismissed. >> last week, a spokesman, jason maloney appeared before a grand jury. in ju lie, agents raided manafor's condominium in virginia reportedly picking the locks to getten while he was asleep. how would you characterize what you see happening with paul manafort. >> very aggressive. >> a former federal prosecutor. he says investigators may be pressuring manafort to give up
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information in exchange for leniency. >> what do prosecutors do to pressure some one to cooperate. >> doing what they're doing now? >> search warrants. >> search warrants. interviewing everybody around him. and then advising him that he is about to be, or will be indicted. >> in a statement, a spokesman for mr. manafort called on the department of justice to release any intercepts involving him and any non-americans. claiming there is nothing there. manafort under legal pressure before. in 1989 he was accused of being part of a school to steer millions of dollars to well-connected republican party operatives to a new jersey housing project. >> nothing but the truth. >> during a congressional hearing, the lobbyist was pressed to describe what his job entailed. >> you can characterize this as influence peddling. >> thank you. >> also today, senate intelligence committee leaders abruptly canceled a closed meeting between trump attorney michael cohen and committee investigators, scolding cohen for tree leasing a public
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statement in advance. the committee later invited cohen to appear at a public hearing next month. anthony. >> jeff pegues. thank you, jeff.
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government leaders. among other things i asked him what he think as but president trump's warning to north korea. >> there is no military option that is attractive. where you can win. everything is going to be lose. it is just a question of how much. but the lesson of awful this is, that you can't deal with a rogue state like korea by yourself. you have to have great tight relationships with all, lots of other countries particularly the surrounding countries. and unfortunately, america is going in the other direction. >> one of the first things the president said in his speech he often says the stock market is at a record high. >> it's up today. >> what is that a reflection of? >> i have no idea. i cannot for the life of me understand why the market keeps going up. the economy has challenges. infrastructure is falling apart. destroying jobs with technology. we are keeping the best and brightest from around the world to come to america and create jobs and businesses. all things would give you pause to worry. >> if we slow immigration, restrict immigration, what's the price of that?
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>> we are hurting ourselves. hurting jobs. less business, less business formation. less, less, new ideas. >> you are afraid we are falling behind? >> not afraid. we are. you think about china. china used to be. made in china. cheap joke. today made in china, quality. >> doing it better than we are? >> in some places yes. i still think there is no reason we have to fall behind unless we stop, reaching out to the world. bringing the best and the brightest here. building good trading relationships with everybody. you can't do it alone. >> have you had any regrets at all that you chose not to run for president?
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>> no, i think it would have been a great job. i would have loved the challenge. don't think any question about that. did a lot of work. in the end, decided independent can't win. >> never going to run again? >> you know, i joked, i will run for the president of my block association. >> former new york mayor, michael bloomberg. coming up next, teachers armg themselves to try to stop school shootings.
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niki batiste has been looking into this a awe drop your gun. >> reporter: this the point of view of an elementary school principal. firing at a mock gunman during a simulated school shooting. he is one of more than 1,000 educators from 12 states. to take this three-day firearms course in rural ohio called faster saves lives. he says, hitting these targets is preparation for protecting your stew departments. -- students. >> when i walk down the halls, ooh think where would i go, how would i react. ? left something in the van. go into the van. get it. back into the school. >> most asked us to protect their identities including this middle school teacher. keeps the 9 mm handgun on her during class. >> do you have the mind set to shoot a shooter and one of your
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students? >> you have to know the important thing its to eliminate the threat. do that at all costs. instructors test participants on take down the gunman and treating wounds. >> over here. >> funded by a the progun group and donations ltd training is free. and began after the massacre at sandy hook elementary school nearly five years ago. >> second grade teacher at sandy hook school. >> abby's 19 students survived. now she is one of a dozen newtown teachers fighting to keep guns out of classrooms. >> never in a million years would i have guessed that one response to what happened in our town would be -- to arm teachers. it's absurd. god, can you imagine if children were hurt by you in that situation? how would you live with yourself. in fact, we saw just that scenario play out in this simulated classroom. during this training i saw one person shoot, what would have
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been a student in a scenario. when you see that does it, make you second-guess this choice to have guns in schools? >> no, it its an accident, we might take one the we may have saved 30, 40 other kids. >> who carries a weapon on them in their classrooms or in their schools? >> for this group, carrying a gun in school is optional. some parents don't know their child's teacher is armed, but others do. >> for parents, who might support the idea, if you could speak to one, what would you say? >> i would say, that i understand that you are afraid. i am afraid too. we have a problem with gun violence in this country. but more guns is not the answer. >> the director of the training we visited. says all participants must pass the same firearms test required to become a police officer in ohio. where they only need 0% accuracy to pass. teachers are held to 90%. so far, 30 educators have failed. >> niki batiste, make herring debut on cbs "overnight news." welcome. >> thank you. >> and toys "r" us borrows cash
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racism investigated as a motive in a string of shootings in baton rouge, louisiana. 23-year-old kenneth gleason facing murder charges in the shooting deaths last week of a homeless man and a dishwasher on his way to work. both were black. gleason is also accused of firing on the home of a black family. police say they found a copy of a hitler speech at gleason's home. a judge today gave america's biggest toy store chain permission to borrow money. so it can stock up for the holiday shopping season. toys "r" us filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. nearly $5 billion in debt. and losing business to wal-mart and amazon. all 1600 toys "r" us stores remain open, for now. we'll have an update on the earthquake in mexico. when we come back.
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jamie yucca is monitoring develop thes in central mexico after the magnitude 7.1 earth quake today. jamie. >> the situation keeps changing. we know at least 100 people have died. overwhelming, widespread damage reported after the 7.1 quake struck 70 miles south of mexico city in the state of puebla. video shows rescuers digging through rubble. more than two dozen buildings have collapsed. cars are crushed. throughout mexico's capital, millions are without power. smoke is in the air. and debris from fallen facades and broken glass is all over the streets and sidewalks. anthony. >> jamie yucca. thank you. that's the "overnight news" for wednesday. for some the news continues. and check back later for the morning news and cbs this morning. from the broadcast center in new york city. i'm anthony mason. thank you for watching.
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>> welcome to the "overnight news." i'm vladamir dutiers. the caribbean is staring on unthe barrel of another major storm. this one hurricane marie yeah. the hurricane devastated several islands and is on a collision course with puerto rico. that island escaped serious damage from the last hurricane irma. this time, puerto rico is exected to take a direct hit. david begnaud is there. >> just two weeks after hurricane irma sideswiped the island. the governor walked through the streets today making sure no one was taking any chances. please let us help you. irma knocked out power here and to 70% of the rest of the island. including the home of 68-year-old hector pena gomez.
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parkinson's disease. we are going to do our best to you to a safe place, the governor told him. the fear here is fueled by maria's wallop of dominica and guadalupe. causing flooding and leaving one person dead. tortola is bracing for the worst. where to take shelter on an island where almost every building was damaged and the roofs ripped off. storm debris from irma could be turned into potential lethal missiles as maria's winds move in. in puerto rico, food is rationed. there are lines to buy fuel and get in shelters. are you going to got out? >> she headed for shelter after her generator broke. her daughter cannot sleep in the insufferable heat as the a monster hurricane approaches. most places are boarded up to night as the wind is picking up. you know the last time a category 5 hurricane made landfall here was 90 years ago map.
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maria expected to hit tomorrow morning early. aftershocks continue after the region was hit by a massive 7.1 earthquake. the trembler collapsed buildings, set off fires and sent residents into the streets. adrian bard is there. it began to shake at 1:14 and it felt like it was never stop. this one seemed like the big one. pictures and statues fell off the shelves. we lost all communication, via cell phones, landlines and the power went out. and, elsewhere in the city, we learned of buildings collapsed. people are still trapped in the rubble. the roofs of the shopping center caved in. the airport runway is cracked. a government building sits tilted on its side. many, many people are injured. even more still feeling panic. everywhere you go there are people on the streets and small piles of rubble.
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the quake was not as strong as one that hit 32 years ago today. killing 10,000 people. but the epicenter was much closer. we still don't know the full extent of the damage. we are getting word there are dozens of children that collapsed in the school that collapsed. rescuers. people coming out on the street digging. we are just getting the full picture. don't know the extent of the damage. as i walk down reforma avenue, mexico's main avenue, there are thousands of people on the street gazing up athe cracked buildings. >> president trump pulling no punches when he addressed the united nations general assembly. the president threatened to "totally destroy north korea" over its nuclear weapons program. agend referred to the country's leader as rocketman. major garrett reports. the scourge of our planet today is a small group of rogue
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regimes, that violate every principle on which the united nations is based. >> president trump warned world leaders iran and north korea must be stopped. he said the u.s. is not afraid to use military force if necessary. >> the united states has great strength and patience. but if it is forced to defend itself, or its allies, we will have no choice, but to totally destroy north korea. >> the president then used his newly coined nickname for north korean dictator kim jong-un. >> rocketman is on a suicide mission for himself. and for his regime. >> the president accused iran of financing terrorism in the middle east. and repeated calls for the world to unite against islamic extremism. >> we will stop radical islamic terrorism, because we cannot allow it.
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to tear up our nation, and indeed, to tear up the entire world. >> mr. trump also implied he might pull out of the obama era deal to halt iran's pursuit of nuclear weapon. a decision to renew is next month. >> frankly that deal is an embarrassment to the united states. and i don't think you have heard the last of it. believe me. >> closer to hope, mr. trump called cuba and venezuela failed socialist states. he said venezuela has descended into chaos after illegitimate elections. >> we are prepared to take further action if the government of venezuela persists on its path to impose authoritarian rule, on the venezuelan people. >> not surprisingly. the president's u.n. speech highlighted divisions in the
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middle east. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu called it most courageous and bold in 30 years. a foreign minister called it hate speech, better suit ford medieval times than the 21st century. looking into russia's interference. at the last minute the conversation was canceled. the next time michael cohen gets an invite to capitol hill, it will be to testify in public. jeff pegues has the the latest on the investigation. >> cbs news learned that the surveillance on paul manafort occurred on the presidential campaign. according to a former u.s. official, the intercepts picked up conversations between manafort and russian individuals about the campaign. the intercepts potentially include conversations between manafort and mr. trump, the recordings are part of special counsel, robert mueller's investigation which appears to be intensely focused on manafort. >> just last week. manafort, spokesman, jason ma lenny appeared before a grand jury. in july, agents raided his condominium in virginia, reportedly picking the locks to get in while asleeve. >> how would you characterize
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what you see happening with paul manafort. >> very aggressive. >> a former federal prosecutor. he says investigators may be pressuring manafort to give up information in exchange for leniency. >> what do prosecutors do to pressure some one to cooperate. >> doing what they're doing now? >> search warrants. >> search warrants. interviewing everybody around him. and then advising him that he is about to be, or will be indicted. >> in a statement, a spokesman for mr. manafort called on the department of justice to release any intercepts involving him and any non-americans. claiming there is nothing there. manafort under legal pressure before. in 1989 he was accused of being part of a school to steer millions of dollars to well-connected republican party operatives to a new jersey housing project. >> nothing but the truth. >> during a congressional hearing, the lobbyist was pressed to describe what his job
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a fiery donald trump went before the united nations for his first address before the general assembly. the president repeated his campaign slogan, america first and insisted the united states will no longer be taken advantage of. the president blasted the united nations for its bloated budget and bureaucracy. but he saved his harshest criticism for his two favorite targets. north korea and iran. >> the scourge of our planet today is a small group of rogue regimes, that violate every principle on which the united nations is based. they respect neither their own citizens, nor the sovereign rights of their countries. if the righteous many do not
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confront the wicked few, then evil will triumph. when decent people and nations become bystanders to history, the forces of destruction only gather power and strength. no one has shown more contempt for other nations and for the well being of their own people, than the depraved regime in north korea. it is responsible for the starvation deaths of millions of north koreans. and for the imprisonment, torture, killing and oppression of countless more. we were all witness to the regimes deadly abuse, when an innocent american college student, otto warmber was returned to america, only to die a few days later.
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we saw it in the assassination of the dictator's brother, using banned nerve agents, in an international airport. we know they kidnapped a sweet 13-year-old japanese girl from a beach, to enslave her as language tutor for north korea's spies. if this is not twisted enough, now north korea's reckless pursuit of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles the threatens the entire world with unthinkable loss of human laf. it is an outrage that some nations would not only trade with such a regime, but would arm supply and financially support a country that imperils the world with nuclear conflict. no nation on earth has an interest in seeing this band of criminals arm itself, with nuclear weapons, and missles. the united states has great strength and patience. but if it is force to defend
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itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy north korea. rocketman is on a suicide mission for himself. and for his regime. the united states is ready, willing, able, but hopefully, this will not be necessary. that's what the united nations is all about. that's what the united nations is for. let's see ow they do. it is time for north korea, to realize, that the denuclearization is its only acceptable future. the united nations security council recently held two unanimous, 15-0 votes, adopting hard hitting resolutions, against north korea, and i want to thank china, and russia, for joining the vote to impose sanctions along with all of the other members of the security council.
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thank you to all of involved. but we must do much more. it is time for all nations to work together to isolate the kim regime until it ceases its hostile behavior. we face this decision not only in north korea, it is far pastime for the nations of the world to confront another reckless regime. one that speaks openly of mass murder, vowing death to america, destruction to israel, and ruin for many leaders and nations, in this room. the iranian government, masks a corrupt dictatorship behind the false guise of a democracy. it has turned a wealthy country, with a rich history and culture, into an economically depleted rogue state whose chief exports are violence, bloodshed, and
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chaos. the longest suffering victims of iran's leaders are in fact its own people. rather than use its resources to improve iranian lives, its oil profits fund hezbollah and other terrorists that innocent muslims attack peaceful arab and israeli neighbors. this wealth, which rightly belongs to iran's people, also goes to shore up bashar al assad's dictatorship, fuel yemen's civil war and undermine peace throughout the entire
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middle east. we can not let a murderous regime continue these destablizing activities, while building dangerous missiles and, and we cannot abide by an agreement, if it provides cover for the eventual construction of a nuclear program. [ applause ] the iran deal was one of the worst and most one-sided transactions the united states has ever entered into. frankly, that deal is an embarrassment to the united states. and i don't think you have heard the last of it. believe me. we also thank the secretary-general, for recognizing that the united nations must reform if it is to be an effective partner in confronting threats to
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sovereignty. security. and prosperity. too often the focus of this organization has not been on results. but on bureaucracy and process. in some cases states that seek to subvert this institution's noble ends have hijacked the very systems that are supposed to -- advance them. for example, it is a massive source of embarrassment to the united nations that some governments with egregious human rights records sit on the u.n., human rights council. the united states is one out of 193 countries in the united nations. and yet, we pay 22% of the entire budget and more. in fact, we pay far more than anybody realizes. the united states bears an unfair cost burden. but, to be fair, if it could actually accomplish all of its stated goals, especially the
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goal of peace, this investment, would easily -- be well worth it. major portions of the world, are in conflict and some in fact, are going to hell. but the powerful people in this room, under the guidance and auspices of the united nations, can solve many of these vicious and complex problems. the american people hope one day soon, the united nations can be a much more accountable and effective advocate for human dignity and freedom around the world. >> president trump addressing the united nations general assembly. the "overnight news" will be right back. mom i dropped my ba. got it. ewwww oh eat it! lysol kills 99.9% of bacteria on soft and hard surfaces.
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here at the house we have a garden out back. so we have a lot of vegetables. like, salads, come from our garden. so forth. but just a lot of good, healthy stuff. >> for tom brady, good, healthy stuff means food rich in nutrients like fiber and protein, low in sugar and salt. what is your perfect meal? >> what time of day? >> start with breakfast. start with breakfast? >> i eat a smoothie. really calorie dense, nutrient dense smoothie. ideal one, blueberry smoothie with seeds and nuts and electrolytes, protein powder. >> almond milk. >> i love almond milk. rice milk time to time. >> can you get bacon into a smoothie? >> you probably could. if people like that. they put them on donuts. baon a lot of places. but, i know. >> not in your case. >> not saying that is not good. that does taste very good. everything in balance. >> brady sticks to a mostly plant based diet. but allows for lean meat and
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poultry. >> not opposed to meat. roast chicken. little meat, vegetables. some times, some type of pasta. wouldn't be like a flour pasta or anything lick that. yeah, something that will keep inflammation down. >> he tailors his diet to foods that reduce inflammation. that he says leads to quicker recovery times during the season. >> just electrolytes in there. >> electrolytes. >> lot of electrolytes. >> another tom brady essential. water. lots of it. >> you drink half your body weight in ounces. how much do you weigh? >> i'm 230 pounds. >> so you think like 115 ounces of water? >> yeah, probably more. >> yeah. >> just because, there is still a lot of output per day. still losing a lot of fluid. like if you weren't exercising on a particular day that would be the base line. half your body weight. in ounces.
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you have, muscle injuries because, you know you have lost so much fluid, muscles are dehydrated. muscles are tight. i fry to stay really on top of my hydration. you know, asking my bed to perform at the highest levels. i need the highest levels of hydration too. >> brady believes, proper hydration and a well researched diet. >> squat. press. >> along with pliability. are keeping him on the field in his 40s. and while some may see it as the a diet full of limitations, he says the opportunities it creates are limitless. >> then a lot of times do those. as i shuffle in the pocket. i love to workout. i love to train. i love off to eat good. you know why i love off to eat good. makes me feel better. feel better. work out more. work out more. go play soccer with my kids in the backyard. play a football game on sunday. >> there is brady. >> i am the oldest nonkicker in the league. you know, that's pretty cool too. you know, get to 45, really healthy. that, then i get to make a decision. i do want to go out moon terms. go out play might best. want to goat out, you know, playing the sport that i love. at a really high level.
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apple fans have to wait six week before they can get their hand on the new iphone x. preorders begin october 27th. the first batch won't start shipping until november 3. still you have to be very lucky to get yours before the first of year. apple can only make about 10,000 iphone xs a day. new phones sell 1 million on launch weekend. meanwhile, some reviewers insist the new iphone isn't all that revolutionary after all. here is david pogue of yahoo! finance. >> if you are a gadget freak like me, who isn't? this is a great time to be alive. samsung has just unveiled its super deluxe state of art new smart phone. the galaxy note 8. and the iphone x.
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roman numeral for added fanciness. the new samsung has two camera lenses on the back. one regular. one zoom. just like the, iphone had, last year. and the new iphone has an edge to edge screen. so you get, more screen in less body. just like, last year's samsung. the new samsung, you can hand write animated doodles and send them to people. just like the iphone x last year. you can charge the iphone by setting it on a pad without plugging in a cable. and you can unlock with your face. just, like last year's samsung. both of these phones represent huge leaps in speed, in gorgeousness, they're both top of the line expensive phones around $1,000. and both phones are becoming identical.
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♪ where is the outrage, people. these companies are ripping each other off. on the other hand, do we care? i mean, when you buy a phone, you are not just buying a phone. you are buying an eco system. you are buying apple's or microsoft's world of interconnect prod ducts. phone, laptop. soft ware. music store. statement system. and it's not easy to switch eco systemed. you have to rebuy all your apps, relearn how to do everything. look, of course we love innovation, fresh idea. stealing ideas from each other. it is all good. it just means that your team won't be left behind when the other team scores a breakthrough. that its the "overnight news" for this wednesday. for some of you the news continues.
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