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e some country's concern that north korea is developing nuclear capability and some reports it will launch more. 15 years old. doused in gas and then set on fire. how a teenager saved himself and more shockingly why his family says his attackers did it. plus, jon and kate gosselin's battle for bucks. he says she took $100,000 and she says he took over $200,000 and now they head to arbitration to try to figure all that out. i'm richard lui.
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today our top story. it is a key day. we could see president obama's plans to overhaul your health care and take a small but significant step forward. live pictures right now from the senate finance committee as they gather for an important vote. it is supposed to start right now. you can see the energy as orrin hatch, senator from utah, sits down right now. it is expected to pass and that will send it to the full senate where more sparks are certainly going to fly. now, a couple reasons this version is a big deal today, the bill does not include the hotly debated public insurance option. it's the only bill democrats and republicans worked on together. so, does it have a chance? >> we're going to find out. we'll have a big debate in the senate and go on for many, many weeks and the american people will have an opportunity to weigh in. i do think the majority made a mistake in trying to jam it
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through before anybody had a real chance of reading it. i do think they slowed the process down. people will have an opportunity to understand what's in it and how it will affect them. >> ten republicans, 13 democrats that will be debating this as we watch, again these live pictures dipping in throughout this hour as we follow this very key vote today on your health care. the southeast is getting soaked again this week. parts of georgia and alabama under flood warnings today and more heavy rains coming. the atlanta area was cleaning up from flooding three weeks ago. some of the pictures that killed nine people that flooding did. a huge storm on california, people are preparing sandbags throughout the state and the rain could cause mudslides especially in areas burned by wildfires and that is where we start with our dapper friend here bob van dillen. we're looking at major storms hitting the west. >> we have been watching this low pressure region richard deepen overnight. wind pops up and we're looking
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at heavy rain, too. satellite radar picture and see the clouds extending through to the rocky mountains and notice the heavy rain. it is out there and coming down very hard around the bay area and just north of l.a. one aspect of the storm and the other one is the heavy wind out of the south. winds gusting to 65 miles per hour. that's what you have in areas shaded in red. good chunk of nevada parts of utah in towards oregon, as well. winds here 50 miles per hour. look at the wind. take you live to san francisco, tough morning commute and the rain has been heavy for the last couple hours and continue this morning looking for two to three inches of rain total today with more rain coming in overnight tonight and tomorrow. that's a look at the bay bridge it's a soggy one and the burned out areas south of there l.a. county mountains and around that region major mudslide problems starting tonight and tomorrow. radar north of san francisco and
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you see northern california and rain continues to stream on in and see how much we'll see over the next 48 hours. two-day loop is the way it will add up. that purple-shaded area 10 to 12 inches of rain and right around the sierra and the coast. maybe five, six seven inches of rain over the next two days. the other area deep southeast, southwest, rain showers coming in around texas and that stretches eastward and we'll talk more about that in the next half hour, richard. snow for northern new england today. there you go. we'll get to that in the next half hour. not to be forgotten. there you go. new this morning, a texas state trooper found more than 5,000 pounds of pot. 5,000 pounds on what looked like a school bus. take a look. this bus turns out to be a fake. authorities say the driver got away after they pulled over the bus. the stash is reportedly worth almost $2 million. troopers say it's not uncommon for drug smugglers to clone
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official vehicles this one had the markings for the local school district there. the death rate for kids with h1n1 flu is at its highest since the outbreak began last spring. the cdc says 76 kids have died since april with the virus. 16 of them died just last week. most had an underlying medical condition, but not all of them and that's why doctors want you to watch your kids if they do get sick. get help if your kids have breathing problems. a bluish skin color is also an indicator here. they are not thirsty. they're not thirsty despite being sick or they are waking up easily. now, if they get better make sure theb fever does not return or their cough if it gets worse also look for fever with rash. those are some of the things to look out for. new this morning for you in other news, after more than a year of ugly end fighting martin luther king jr.'s children, now
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they reached a settlement late last night. martin luther king iii and burr niece king sued brother dexter king last july accusing him of mishandling money from the family's estate. now, a temporary custodian will be appointed to run that. some civil rights leaders have a big beef with rush limbaugh. you probably heard the new michael jackson song by now, but you know he may not have written it alone.
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we told you about michael jackson's new song "this is it." take a listen to it. ♪ this is it i am the light of your world ♪ >> turns out, it's not so new. jackson co-wrote the song with paul anka in 1993.
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anka contacted jackson's estate and sony yesterday. now he'll get songwriting credit and 50% of the royalties. but you can still enjoy the song. >> that's a nice little gift. civil rights leaders are speaking out against rush limbaugh's bid to buy the st. louis rams and they did come out and speak yesterday. >> say it again. >> they did come out and speak. >> we're a long way away from a sale happening. limbaugh's track record on race should exclude him from owning an nfl team and sharpton sent a letter to roger goodell arguing that he has been anti-nfl in some of his comments. limbaugh made his living appealing to the fears of whites insulting minorities. limbaugh shot back on his radio show saying they sadden and disappoint him and he does not discriminate and we are blogging about limbaugh possibly owning a team and we're taking your thoughts on it.
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go to cnn.com/robin and leave a comment and we have a facebook page. richard, the comments have been anything but reserved. some good comments on there. we will have more sports in ten minutes. >> you have been covering the last ten days. appreciate it. an arizona sheriff is deciding whether criminal negligence played a role in two deaths at a sweat lodge. those are used for cleansing exercise. the sweat lodge was taken down before inspection and did not have a necessary building permt. most hold up to a dozen people, this one had up to 65. the own oer of the resort where this happened would not comment. the taliban is better at making money than al qaeda evidently. that's from a senior treasury department official saying the taliban is getting cash by extorting money from drug traffickers and legitimate businesses. on the other hand al qaeda is cash strapped losing influence, as well. this is important because it
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could affect decisions on whether the u.s. should focus on al qaeda or the taliban, as well. how to divide those efforts. planning to fix those draftee doors or get new insulin before winter sets in? the government will pay a big chunk of your costs. jen westhoven is looking out for you and always good when we can get a little assistance to try to save some money in heating costs. >> it is getting colder out and i thought it was a good time to remind everybody as you turn up the thermostat that if you know you need an energy saving upgrade like insulation, good reason to do it this year or next year. you could get up to $1,500 back in income taxes for regular investments like insulation windows, doors, roofs, heating and air conditioning and if you invest a lot more. if you really upgrade to solar panels or wind energy, you can get more than that. all the details are on our website. cnn.com/robin where you can go to the government's energy star
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website. of course, that's with the energy department. dell seems to be taking aim at apple with its newest laptop. called the adamo. they have been sending us these snapshots. this is only a millimeter, i'm sorry, ten millimeters thick. it seems to be taking aim with the mac book air. but check out the adamo. that's my pinky. that's ten sent meters. >> less than half an inch. >> yeah. that is how thin it is. it's also i think that's why it's competing with the mac, expensive, stylish and they need different parts when they make it that thin. even in the marketing i thought you could hear the echoes of marketing.
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>> you keep your hand so still. >> we shot that. it will be out in time for the holidays. we'll see. they're they're hyping it up. we don't know how it performs yet. >> in those sort of models not a lot are purchased. it is sort of a lost leader because of design costs sometimes. several patients were exposed to too much radiation for a year and a half because of a computer error. 206 patients who had c.t. scans here got eight times the normal dose of radiation. many of them lost their hair because of it. the fda has alerted other hospitals but ge which made the machine says it's not defective. the pilot that pulled off that amazing landing on the hudson river has a book out now. it's titled "highest duty my search for what really matters." usa today says it describes his personal and professional life
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and how his mom saved money for flying lessons and how he wooed his wife. after all the talk about health care, a critical vote will begin in 15 minutes and one woman is the center of attention in today's vote. you'll find out who she is and why her vote is so important. live to the hill.
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well, the attorney for a u.s. dad says his client is being mistreated in a tokyo jail. the attorney claim christopher is being held without trial and denied treatment for high blood pressure and exposed to sleep deprivation. he is accused of kidnapping his
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kids after his ex-wife took them to japan. a u.s. court had granted him sole custody but that's not recognized under japanese law. now to a crucial vote today that could shape your health care for decades. live pictures at the moment. the senate finance committee just kicking off in the last 15 minutes and expected to pass their health care bill, their form of it. we know the stuff is fairly complicated and here's why today's vote is important to many. this is the only bill that democrats and gop created together. you look, if you were to take a look at today's vote it is basically a litmus test to see how closely the sides are working together or are not. it's also the most conservative bill that democrats have to offer with no public option but with a co-op option instead. so far democrats have little public support and both sides accusing the other of not collaborating. meanwhile keep a close eye on moderate republican senator olympia snowe.
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democrats need a yes vote from her known as an independent thinker, snowe's big concern here is the cost of health care reforms. her experiences with the health care system started early. she was orphaned at the age of o9 after losing her father to a heart attack and her mother died of breast cancer about a year earlier. she's been described as strong willed and tenacious. even though she has been pushed and wooed for her vote, she will likely go her own route along the way. prosecutors will seek the death penalty against some of the people accused of killing a florida couple known for adopting special needs kids. you might remember the surveillance video from byrd and melanie billings at the house the day they died. four of the eight suspects are facing the death penalty if convicted and that includes the suspected ringleader. they have pleaded not guilty in that. it's considered the biggest golf tournament in the country for the blind.
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here's rafer weigel with more on that. >> it is amazing because they need somebody to be their eyes, a lot of them. richard, to see the team work go on between the players and their coaches it's just really nice to see and this has been going on a long time. today's day two of the 64th u.s. blind golf national association golf championship. in san francisco l 35 competitors are sight impaired and half of them are completely blind. there's the coach there who they rely heavily on. some of them are coached by their wives, you know the communication is good. the best part of not being able to see if they have a bad shot, they don't see it. they play at a high level these guys do. another amazing, dramatic finish in the baseball playoffs. the phillies were down by two with two outs in the ninth against colorado. backs against the wall, ryan howard with the biggest hit of his career ties it and then jayson werth would drive in howard for the eventual
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game-winning run. the world champs win it 5-4 in come from behind fashion and they get l.a. on thursday. it's a bird, it's a plane. it's super shaq. able to leap over tall buildings or at least part of the front row. he's playing against greece's. the cameraman gets it the worst. cleveland would win the game and there he is right there. >> can you imagine sitting there and seeing shaq come at you. >> look at his face. that's a look at sports. president obama is now one of three sitting presidents to win the nobel peace prize. here's what hln's joy behar has to say in her not for nothing commentary. >> president obama had a very full weekend. on saturday he planned to end the military's don't ask, don't tell policy and on friday he won the nobel peace prize.
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this guy is busier than the wallpaper in my aunt rose's living room. not everyone was happy for him. republicans cheer when he winloses the olympics and boos when he wins the nobel peace prize. when will these people realize you can be civil and still be able to make political points. mike huckabee managed to be gracious and john mccain, too. and, lastly let me say a few words to president obama himself, quit apologizing already. you won the thing fair and square. so, can the humility act. go to norway and natch up your little piece of hardware and wave it in front of rush limbaugh's face. if president obama does manage to get equal rights to guy americans, i think he should win the tony also. but that's just me. >> you can catch the joy behar show right here on hln each and
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every night. a security camera caught a real heart stopper at a ohio gas station. a car knocked over a gas pump and caught on fire and the scariest thing someone was trapped underneath.
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the secret service is investigating an act of vandalism. someone carved president obama's name along with a swats cuon the course's 18 hole. the green's keepers discovered it yesterday morning and the course's owner called it insulting and unforgivable. a storm bearing down on california right now. people are preparing sandbags throughout the state and some areas could get as much as six inches of rain and the rain could cause mudslides. a veteran's group is outraged about a man who admitted to lying about being a decorated war veteran. he was arrested friday accused of a rare crime called stolen valor. he was at the pentagon on 9/11
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and was wounded in iraq. he later admitted though, he has a mental illness and got caught up in a moment. welcome back, i'm richard lui. you're looking at right now john d. rockefeller the democrat from west virginia. we just heard from senator balks and grassley and going in rank order getting comments and we have seen some signs and people in the back there who are in this committee meeting saying single pair now i believe. four other congressional committees have voted on reform legislation but today's vote is a key one. here's why. you know, it is not only not only is the only one with a gop and democrats worked on together, but also the committee, this is the committee that is voting today and most closely resembled the full senate. 13 democrats and 10 republicans. very telling on how the entire
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group could vote. we see senator oron hatch voting from utah and we expect the comments to go on for a good amount of time. 23 senators making comments. some real backroom brawling may begin as a senate finance committee bill is merged with a more liberal bill from another committee called help. a public option is included but not in the finance committee version which is being debated right now as we show you live pictures. so, expect a lot of rangling between democrats themselves and then with republicans about this, too. the issue that provoked so much hostility in some town hall meeting is not dead yet. another key difference, the bills do not agree on whether employers should be forced to provide health insurance for their employees. this could affect so many people from small business owners to rank and file workers and also the bills do not agree on how much government subsidies should help low and middle-income people pay for health insurance.
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we stay on top of this live hearing this committee meeting and vote which we expect on this tuesday for you. in other news a florida teenager is in the hospital after someone set him on fire. police are holding three juveniles in connection with the attack. michael brewer was doused with gasoline and set ablaze. he ran through an apartment complex and jump under to the pool to put out the flames. he has burns on 80% of his body. >> this is the worst thing you could possibly do to a 15-year-old kid. >> not even animal you don't do this. you cannot put fire. >> the victim's family says that the attack was in retaliation because he got someone arrested for stealing a bicycle the day before. today a judge in l.a. will start hearing testimony about how anna nicole smith may have gotten the drugs that killed
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her. a preliminary hearing that will decide if the case against her boyfriend, howard k. stern and two of her doctors will go to trial. they've all pleaded not guilty to conspiring to illegally providing her with controlled substances. the feds have a new tool to find fugitives and it's in your wallet. fbi agents in north carolina are scanning millions of digital driver's license photos with facial recognition software. it said it aufrld led them to a homicide suspect. federal long gives access to dmv databases and critics say it's like putting everyone through a virtual lineup. we talked about the west and how they're getting hammered or getting ready to be hammered again. bob van dillen continues with the rough weather this time in the south in texas. >> the southeast got hammered yesterday but it's going to change and i'll show you why. lots of energy wrapped up around deep south texas and all pulling up towards the north and drawing a lot of moisture out of the
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gulf of mexico. the last three hours the rain blossoming around arkansas and southern missouri and showers and thunderstorms out there and in towards houston your drive for the time being and give yourself some time more showers and thunderstorms developing across the lower part of the gulf coast and stretching on in towards lower parts of louisiana, too. look at the rain around dallas and a whole shield is going to move back in towards georgia, alabama and mississippi. flash flood warnings and watches, pretty easy. look at the rain shield as it moves towards tennessee and piles it on quickly over the next 48 hours near north georgia, alabama and mississippi. little parts of little rock. this brand-new model for you, you could see a lot of rain across lower parts of arkansas at the time. look at the rain and snow mixed in when you get in towards northern parts of new england. western parts of maine mainly above 1,000 foot elevation and light rain showers still out there for boston.
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you travel on in towards california and even worse. let me take you live to l.a. here's what it looks like winds today are going to gust to about 15 to 25 miles per hour and kind of jogging in around the camera now and anticipate the winds to get up to near 30 by late today and 60-mile-per-hour winds today in san francisco. that's l.a. not an earthquake, just gusty winds. >> it could be smog. >> this time it's not. this time they're moving in. looking quite good today. mr. rogers i was about to say. >> i don't particularly care afor it, but the stylist. >> make the rest of us look lame. that's what it is. if winter is not your thing, this may send a chill down your spine. the famous ice rink at rockefeller center opened and it could hit the high 60s in the big apple today. if you're ready to trade the bathing suit for ice skates, you can cash in on ticket prices. a lung trance plant patient
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is dead after he got the lungs of a smoker. he got the transplant in 2007. now, less than a year later, doctors found a tumor on his new lungs. he died soon after. the hospital says it's not unusual to transplant a smoker's lungs because there just aren't enough lungs available. she doesn't want fame just some money. hear how this 12-year-old is raising cash for a little girl with cancer.
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we just learned the fbi says it arrested a suspect in the rape of a little girl that happened nearly 20 years ago. this is jennifer today.
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she was attacked when she was 8 and kidnapped from her bedroom and raped and left for dead in a field. earlier she said dna evidence was being retested in her case. there's a news conference at noon eastern. normally we don't name sexual assault victims but she went public to try to catch her rapist. that is going live at noon. a girl is helping a 4-year-old friend with cancer by performing songs out on the street. 12 years old. abbey miller has raised thousands of dollars to raise money for her friend. she sounds great. taylor love has a cancer that affects her nervous system and miller also lets people write notes to taylor and says they're especially helpful. >> taylor gets excited for them and, like she loves getting them read to her because she likes knowing that people are supporting her and people are actually thinking about her.
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>> future star. according to love's website, by the way, she is in remission but the type of cancer she has has a high chance of recurrence. we're just warming up for the noon broadcast right here on hln that will start in 1:15. a 6-year-old honor student suspended from school for bringing his camping tool to school. this is the your view question. richelle carry joins us for more of this story. >> he's going to reform school. 6 years old. for 45 days and you would think if a kid is going to reform school he must just be a terror and wreaking havoc on the school. nothing like this. this is a camping tool. the kid's name is zachary christy. he brought this camping tool that he got from the cub scouts to school. this is what it is a knife, a
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fork and a spoon. the key is the knife. >> i think i had one like that. i was in the boy scouts for a little bit. >> you probably did. but the problem is the knife that is on this utensil he brought to school. it is probably two or three inches. well apparently that violates the school's no tolerance policy. parents know what this is. there are certain rules you cannot violate and if you do you have to go home. >> on the flip side, nobody could fault the reaction and being careful in terms of reacting to such things. >> that's what the school district says. the zero tolerance policy didn't come from no where. as a result, they say that zachary, as cute as he is he violated the rules by bringing this knife to school. so, right now, he's serving a 45-day suspension, supposed to be in reform school. his parents were home schooling him while we were sorting this out. the question we have, what do you think of the zero tolerance policies? some say they have gone too far.
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some of you say i understand why these schools have these rules. give us a call at 1-877-tell-hln and e-mail us at cnn.com/hln and also comment on our facebook page. chuck and i have facebook pages. this is so exciting. chuckroberts hln or richelle carey hln. there are two legitimate points of view. this is a school in delaware we're talking about. >> your views coming up in 1:15 with richelle and chuck. >> thanks for your time. secretary of state hillary clinton is in russia today and expected to talk with the president about how to convince iran to stop its nuclear program. clinton says she will hold a town hall-style meeting with students at moscow state university. also secretary clinton also told nbc that she will never run for president again and she is looking forward to retirement some day. are you due for an upgrade
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from that beat up old computer. pc prices have never been lower. our money expert jen westhoven who has a computer from 1955 tells us more about that right now. is it 1955 or 2003 or something. i don't think i can hear you, is your mike on? there it goes. maybe it was the mike not the computer that was from 1955 y don't know. >> good thing to do a price check to remind you how technology gets cheaper and cheaper. pc prices compared to five years ago almost half of what they used to be. that's some good news in a bad economy. if you need to get a computer which for many people job hunting is really crucial. it's not that much relatively speaking to what you used to pay. back in $20031,300 and now more like $750. if you're thinking about buying a computer, you may want to wait a little bit because in two weeks, i know you will see some
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sale signs right now, but in two weeks microsoft's new operating system will come out. the low prices will probably stick around and it's better for you to wait until the computer has that on it because if you do the upgrade yourself, a lot of critics say it's a good system, but it is a headache to install. some say 21 hours. i would come into work with patches of hair richard because i would pull my hair out. so, anyway might be worth it to wait. >> might be. holidays coming and let's talk about gift cards. the story we talk about here are fees, but retailers are getting real creative to try to get you to buy them. target gift cards have toys on them neiman marcuses are handing out free cards to some shoppers and costco has some that act like coupons and american express, we talk about the fees, they're dropping their monthly fees. it used to be if you didn't use that card in 12 months two
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dollars whacked off. if you forgot about it you can lose all the value on the card. >> and get a new computer jen. thanks a lot. we're going back to our top story today. members of the senate finance committee are getting a plan to overhaul your health care. a key vote we will be watching her because she has been seen as a moderate on this panel on this committee. they'll vote on their version. key today because it is the only version both democrats and republicans worked together. we'll listen to what she says as well as the other 22 senators. we'll be back.
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look at this rescue. this car dropped 225 feet off a cliff. the driver may have hit the gas pedal instead of the brake when his car lurched forward and went over the cliff. now, authorities say one man fell out partway down the slope and the driver and passenger were taken to the hospital. something called compensated dating is sweeping through hong kong and it sometimes has deadly consequences. you could say compensated deting
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is similar to prostitution but the girls don't see it that way. they go on a date with a man for money or gifts. they say it usually involves sex. many of the girls say they're buying designer purses and clothes with that money. >> my first customer was an ordinary man in his 40s and went straight to the guest house for sex. >> last year a 16-year-old girl was killed when she went on one of these dates. the miami dolphins landed the last punch in a thriller over the new york jets. here's rafer weigel with the video on that. oh, the jets. >> yeah, the jets, the dolphins. i have to tell you richard. just an amazing game. not hyperbole. one of the most thrilling fourth quarters. gloria estaufen and there's marc anthony dancing with dwyane wade
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and as far as those jets go boy, five lead changes in the fourth quarter. mark sanchez, you know he did the gq spread, he did the "gq" spread, he looks like he's going to be a darn good quarterback. with ten seconds left pulls from its bag of tricks, ronnie brown runs it in, win it. and a 1,000-pound carved statue of thurman thomas has been stolen. police say the statue was taken a day after it was unveiled outside ralph wilson stadium. this is the same area where a bills player's lawn was vandalized by fans and another bills player had a few hundred grand worth of jewelries allegedly stolen. so bills fans keeping police very busy right now. >> 1,000 pounds? >> they had to get it on a flat bed truck and needed a crane to move it. and the most amazing
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comeback in nhl history. the chicago blackhawks were down 5-0 in the first period. they somehow battled back to win it in overtime. scoring five in the first period is nuts but to come back from that is even crazier. and a judge is expected to approve the chicago cubs' filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy at a hearing today. the move should help the sale of the team. it's good news for cubs fans, but jay leno had his take on it. >> the chicago cubs have filed for chapter 11. how sad is that? the cubs finally do something in october, is it's bankruptcy. >> that's true. >> here's the worst one. now they're talking about moving the cubs to rio. boy, chicago can't win. >> the scariest thing about that moving to rio, cub fans in thongs. wouldn't be good. >> how do you feel about this? this is your hometown of chicago. >> i think it's great if they sell the team. if a family owns the team, they're more likely to make moves rather than a corporation. >> good point. you're okay with it?
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>> i'm okay with it. >> most calm i've ever seen him talk about the cubs like that. a woman born wonlith only half of a functioning brain is turning medical on its end.
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right now on "showbiz tonight," jon and kate money madness. tonight, a brand-new blockbuster jon and kate "he said, she said" money battle. jon's remarkable claim today that kate took more than $1 million out of their bank account. kate now demanding jon pay her spousal support, all on the eve of their big legal showdown. tonight, a brand-new late-night romance controversy. now, jimmy kimmel is dating one of his coworkers.
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tonight, the comparisons to letterman's situation as "showbiz tonight" asks, is it really okay to date your boss? plus, mike tyson's confessions today to oprah. tyson opens up to oprah about his violent fights with his ex-wife, robin givens. >> i have socked her before. she's socked me before as well but it was just that kind of relationship. tv's first most provocative entertainment news show starts right now. hello. i'm a.j. hamm broadcasting tonight and every night from new york city. tonight, jon and kate money madness. and i do mean madness. tomorrow is the big day. jon and kate are all set to face off in a bitter legal showdown and today there was already big news break. jon gosselin now accusing the mother of their eight children
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of stealing as much as $1 million from their joint pile of money. matching jon blockbuster for blockbuster, kate today is demanding that jon pay her spousal support. and talk about biting the hand that fed him, in a brand-new interview, jon is attacking the tv network that put all that money in their pockets in the first place, saying he hates tlc, which of course broadcasts "jon & kate plus 8." joining me tonight in new york ben whitcombe, the ed for stylist.com. and also joining me in new york jane velez-mitchell, host of "issues with jane velez-mitchell." i say, who needs reality tv when you got this? jon and kate keeping their very public money war very much alive today as jon reportedly accuses kate of taking, get this, $1 million from their joint bank account. all this moola hoopla started last week when kate went on nbc's "today" show and claimed that jon had taken over $230,000
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from their account. >> he took $230,000 of the $231,000 that we had liquid and i have a stack of bills in my purse that i can't drop in the mail. >> and now jon files these court papers saying kate took $1 million. jane, are you feeling that jon is just acting like a petulant child and trying to oneup kate here? >> i think both these people are zmik despicable. water finds its own level. these two should both be ashamed of themselves by playing out their ugly divorce and their really grotesque and petty money battles in front of the world at the expense of their kids. "us" magazine now reporting that their kids are confused and distraught and acting out. of course they are. look at the horror show that they are unwittingly involved in. they have no choice in this. it just confirms my worst suspicions about people who
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decide to turn their kids into commodities and put them on television. it's all about the money. >> yeah and we've talked about it time and time again about how this would affect the kids. and if what you're saying is true, wow, how terrible and unfortunate this continues so publicly. even jon admitting today that this total money madness exists between he and kate. he tells the website popeater that he didn't take $230,000. the whole money battle with kate is a totally new thing between them. he says this about that. the cool thing was me and kate never relied on money we relied on each other. and now it's like, money, money money. i don't even care about the money. if i was going to steal $230,000, i would have just stolen $2 million. it's all so stupid. he says it's all so stupid but then he turns around and not only accuses her of taking $1 million, but he also wants the mother of his children be held in contempt of court because of
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these money issues. ben, are you with me ben is talking from both sides of his divorce? >> like in 90% of divorces, of course it's all about the money. but i think we have to be careful and not use the word "take" and "steal," as if they're cinnamonsin sin nom. he's saying he took the $230 after they split. it could have been she was within her legal right to take that $1 million. >> and jon taking popeitherater that kate's allegations about taking the money are false. he says, i have all that. i didn't take many money that she said i took. it just makes her look bad, really. i'm sorry, i'm going to have to call you out on this jan. isn't he doing, jane the exact same thing here, too by jon's logic, doesn't he look really bad? >> jon has absolutely no credibility. this is a guy who suddenly
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announces after several seasons, i don't want my kids on reality tv, i don't think it's good for them. right after he gets the boot from the show. coincidence? i think not. this guy is so transparent, and again, both of these people, party finds its own level. i think that it really points to a certain type of personality narcissistic and grandiose, that is willing to go on these reality shows and expose all their dirty laundry to the world. this is the ugly reality behind the reality show. >> maybe this next part of the money madness plays right into that, jane because kate also getting in on the court action. she just filed more temporary spousal support. here's the deal with that. she wants jon to support her and the kids. ben, i'm going to ask you to explain this to me. how could kate demand this spousal support when it appears that she's making a good living on tlc and writing books and doing tv pilots. and jon, the best i can tell seems to be gainfully unemployed
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these days. >> i think this is just maneuver maneuvering on the part of kate, because throughout the series kate was the one with outside activities. she was the one with books, she was the one making extra money. and jon doesn't seem to have any visible signs of support. she walked away with the show. he may have skufred that with he said his kids are not allowed to work for tlc. that's another legal mess. but as of this moment, kate seems to be the one who's making all the money. >> our "showbiz on call" phone lines, naturally, have been buzzing like crazy about this today. let me play a call from alice in louisiana. >> caller: i want to know what in the world kate is thinking. doesn't she remember that jon kit quit his job and for the last two years, he's been taking care of those kids. spousal support should come from her. she's lost her nuts.
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$500, 400 pays of shoe she's wearing on tv. jane, what do you think? >> i agree with this caller 100%. everybody is beating up on jon. take a good look at kate. all of her behavior, i think, is very suspect and i really believe that this whole idea that she's playing the victim now is just a crock. this is a whole three-dimensional chess game. this move, this countermove about the money it's all about the money at the end of the day. where's the concern for the kids? i do not see it. >> so much in this chess game as you call it jane, has just defied logic to me. and adding to all the madness, this one in particular is at the top of the list today for me. jon went on to actually bash tlc. that is the same network that provides all the money that feeds his family. here's what he's saying. i don't know if i'd be better off or worse if i had not done the show. i don't know. i really have ill will towards tlc, but i signed up for it and i had no legal counsel. tlc hates me so they have it out
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against me. i hate that tlc gets involved, because they're making it worse. we'd be done already if it wasn't for them getting involved. ben, would you agree with me that it is simply a stupid, stupid, stupid idea for jon to be biting the hand that feeds him and his family of eight right now? >> well, jon has bitten off more than he can maybe chew by picking a fight with tlc. kate wants to continue the show. tlc is weighing their legal position. it's one thing for him to say i didn't have legal counsel. he signed the contract and got himself into this. i think it's too late now. >> wouldn't it be nice if the arbitrator stepped in tomorrow and said both of you, grow up and shut up. >> yes. and i think jon will step back on to that show in a minute if the price is right. >> jane velez-mitchell, we'll see you on your show again tomorrow. ben whitcombe, appreciate you both being here. >> thanks. all right. is there some sort of love potion in the water at the late-night shows? i have to wonder. because, of course, first you had dave letterman sleeping with a bunch of women on his staff. and now, tonight, i can tell you
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jimmy kimmel dating one of his coworkers. but is this really such a big deal? tonight, i'm asking, is it really okay to date your boss? and the absolutely surprising results of your "showbiz tonight" poll on the bad boys of hollywood today. who is the baddest of the bad boys? dave letterman, levi johnston jon gosselin. also this -- ♪ true, i deleted my twitter, can you believe it i got 2 million ♪ >> big news breaking in the miley cyrus twitter uproar. miley's bizarre brand-new video which explains why she canceled her twitter account. let me tell you if you use the twitter, the facebook, the e-mail, whatever you will most certainly want to see this. this is "showbiz tonight" on hln. it is time now to roll out the "showbiz news ticker," these are more stories from the "showbiz tonight" newsroom, they're making news right now.
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rod blagojevich already got fired once and tonight i can tell you, well he may get to hear those words from donald trump. there are brand-new reports out today that the former illinois governor, who was kicked out of office, may appear on nbc's "the celebrity apprentice." i personally think it's great casting. look at these two, they have the same bad haircut. now we have your first look at the duggers' brand-new baby. they already have 18 kids. they have a very popular show on tlc and now they are grandparents to a little girl, mackenzie rene dugger was born to her parents, 21-year-old joshua and wife ana this past thursday. but, wait there's more. jim, bob and michelle are now expecting their 19th kid. are you following along with this? jim, bob and michelle are now
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grandparents and they are expecting another baby. now, this morning on "the view," the duggers responded directly to all of the criticism of having so many kids. >> we really just know that each one of these children are a precious gift from god and we really just are thankful for each one and enjoying them. so when other people say what they think or have their ideas about it everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but as far as we're concerned, we feel like they're a precious gift and we're enjoying them. they're great. >> by the way, michelle is about halfway there. she's 4 1/2 months pregnant. did you see this? elvis' hair for sale. now, it's not your usual elvis presley memorabilia but what once grew on elvis' head has grown in value and now a hunk ahunka of the king's hair is expected to sell for thousands and thousands of dollars. here's cnn's jeanne moos for "showbiz tonight." >> reporter: elvis may have left the building --
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♪ since my baby left me ♪ >> reporter: but he left some hair behind and now you can bid on it. ask the auctioneer. what's it like to run your hands through elvis' hair? >> it's really exciting. really exciting. >> is it soft coarse? >> it's kind of coarse. and you know he died his hair. >> reporter: young elvis or old elvis saying aloe hah from hawaii. ♪ remember ♪ >> reporter: the haircut we all remember came in 1958. >> recognized elvis, he lost his hair of taerm. >> reporter: private presley gave some of that air to the president of his fan club, gary pepper. pepper had cerebral palsy. >> reporter: and elvis befriended him. >> reporter: pepper died years ago and now his nurse has put his collection up for bid. the hair is the highlight. did you smell it?
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did you smell his hair? >> doesn't smell like much genie. >> reporter: it's been authenticated by the world's foremost hair collector, the man whose clump of michael jackson hair is being turned into car bonn and paed into diamonds. yes, that's possible. it was a charred clump of hair picked up and saved after that pepsi commercial accident. footage of which was obtained by "us weekly." so how much is a clump of elvis' hair worth? on the low end, they're saying maybe $12,000, but they're hoping for over $100,000. his blue suede shoes may not be up for bid, but other odd elvis items have been auctioned elsewhere, from prescription bill bottles minus the drugs, to elvis' american express card. and hair has been auctioned before, but a hunk a hair like this is rare. >> do you comb it? >> no, i don't comb it. >> reporter: hard to imagine that 51 years after this hair cut, treat me nice still applies.
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♪ >> that was cnn's geniejeanne moos for "showbiz tonight." and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the cerebral palsy of the mid-south. things are getting really hairy in this whole jon and kate money mess. jon says kate took $1 million. the "showbiz on call" operators know, when money talks people listen, and they call into "showbiz on call" all fired up. we got a call into "showbiz on call" from shari in tennessee who thinks kate is playing the paparazzi. >> reporter: if kate hates the paparazzi so much, and they live on 22 acres of property why does she play with her kids and picnic if the front yard for everyone to take her picture? >> thank you, sherry. we also heard from lindsay calling into "showbiz on call" from new york and lindsay says jon just needs to man up. >> caller: this whole jon gosselin thing he has got to
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grow up man up be a man, and take responsibility for his kids. he's going to the media for all his publicity for what? he's looking like a complete jack jackass. >> thank you for your opinion and your call, lindsay. you can call us at "showbiz on call" and sound off at 1-888-sbt-buzz. you can leave us a voice mail. we can play your call on "showbiz tonight." we can post them too online on our home page, cnn dom cnn.com/showbiztonight cnn.com/showbiztonight. brand-new today, this just happened this afternoon, mike tyson's explosive confessions to oprah. >> i have socked her before. and she's socked me before as well. but it was just that kind of relationship. >> the former boxing champ is opening up about his violent fights with his ex-wife robin givens. you have got to hear this. it's pretty incredible. also big news breaking. now, jimmy kimmel is dating one
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of his coworkers. how does that compare to what dave letterman did? is it really okay to date your boss? and what if the tables were turned? think about this. what if it was a famous hollywood woman boss dating her employee? obama, i know that you're listening. are you listening?! >> why the lady gaga screaming at president obama? why am i screaming about lady gaga screaming about president obama? tonight, what lady gaga is demanding from obama. this is "showbiz tonight" on hln. it is now time for the "showbiz news ticker," more stories from the "showbiz tonight" newsroom making news right now.
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now on "showbiz tonight," a brand-new late-night romance controversy. jimmy kimmel is dating one of his coworkers. tonight, with comparisons to david letterman's swirling "showbiz tonight" asks, is it really okay to date your boss? ♪ yeah the rumors are true i deleted my twitter ♪ ♪ can you believe it ♪ ♪ i got 2 million ♪ >> miley's twitter uproar. tonight, miley cyrus setting the record straight in a rop song about the controversial reason why she's giving up twitter. mike tyson's new confessions. today, for the first time on oprah, the former heavyweight champion opens up about his violent fights with his ex-wife robin givens. >> i had socked her before.
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and she's socked me before as well. but it was just that kind of relationship. >> reporter: tonight, brand-new shocking details about iron mike's life behind closed doors. plus, more stories breaking from the "showbiz news ticker," tv's first most provocative entertainment news show continues right now. welcome back to "showbiz tonight." it's 30 minutes past the hour. i'm a.j. hammer broadcasting tonight and every night from new york city. and tonight, dating the boss. not just any boss jimmy kimmel. the late-night boss. big news breaking today as we learn that late-night host jimmy kimmel has a romantic relationship with someone that works for him. but while this is certainly no david letterman case a great debate broke out today everywhere over whether it's ever okay to date the boss. also breaking today, the miley cyrus twitter uproar. you have got to see this
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unbelievable video of miley cyrus breaking out into song to reveal why she deleted her twitter account and is done with twitter. and i can tell you anybody who has anything to do with twitter or facebook or anything like that, let me just say you will not want to miss this. with me tonight from hollywood entertainment journalist tameka ray. also in hollywood, leslie marshall, the host of the wonderful "leslie marshall radio show." so late today, a rep for jimmy kimmel confirmed to "showbiz tonight," yes the story first reported by people.com that kimmel has been in a months-long relationship with the co-head writer of his show is true. i have to emphasize again, this is certainly not the exact same situation as david letterman's situation. but leslie let me ask you this. is it ever okay for the boss to be in a relationship for someone that's working for him? >> i think it depends who the boss is in the circumstances. a lot of times, as a woman in this business, a.j. my bosses ses
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or soon to possibly be bosses would be, it would be really a good idea if we dated. if it has something to do with keeping her job or a woman perceives that her male boss has so much power over her. if it's certainly 100% consensual and they're just like really into each other. but you know what i really think this is, a.j., it's revenge of the nerds. because these guys were all nerdy and they couldn't get the girl and now that they're like, you know, popular they're a celeb, they make tons of money they can ask any chick out and bing, bang boom they got them. >> i don't know. i've never thought of jimmy kimmel in that category. i'm a huge fan of jimmy's. tameka what do you think, they're consensual, they're both into it he's not married. what's the deal for you? >> if you guys didn't know dating sucks right now. so we spend so much time at work, why not maximize your dating opportunities and date the people who are around you 25, 40 ours a week? when it comes down to it we
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spend so much time in our profession that why not look around in the dating pool. what's wrong with that? i think it's cool. >> all right. well on "the view" today of course, the ladies had to talk about jimmy kimmel's current dating situation. whoopi goldberg asked a question and i thought it was a good question. is it really any business who jimmy kimmel is dating? >> in the wake of mr. letterman, does the public really have a right to know who you're dating, that you're dating coworkers? does it really matter? he's not married. >> letterman's opened the floodgates so everyone's got to come out and confess if they're having sex with someone on the staff, especially if you're in a powerful situation. >> and that seems to be some of the impetus for getting this out there. but i think letterman was smart in getting ahead of the story and getting it out there. >> and a.j. like you said this is not the same situation. this guy isn't married, hasn't been living with a woman for
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practically a lifetime a very differentuation situation. and letterman also admitted to having affairs with numerous employees, and that's not the same with jimmy kimmel. and yes, we have a right to know who they're dating, we begged to us make them celebrities. >> there is that element of losing your privacy as part of the package. we've been asking on-air and online in our "showbiz tonight" question of the day, jimmy kimmel dating a staffer, is there anything wrong with dating the boss? a ton of responses came in. here's what isobel b. writes. if you want to get involved with your boss, then you should be ready to deal with the aftermath of the breakup and the possibility of losing their jobs. and kelly d. writing, seriously, who cares who these two guys sleep with? people are just people. we all have attractions, whether it be at work on the street, in restaurant, or in the library, it just happens. i appreciate that one as well, kelly. now, i have to wonder this.
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is there a double standard here, because it happens to be a powerful man that's involved. tameka, let me ask you this. i'll pose this hypothetical for you. do you think there would be the same reaction if say we found out that katie couric was dating the co-head writer of her show? >> that would be the biggest scandal ever. it's all that double-edged sort of montage. for men, they can kind of do whatever they want. and i hate to be jaded here but i'm not going to sort of deny the fact that david letterman got a lot of notice when he came out and said he was having an affair with someone who worked for him. and they do come on at competing times. perhaps jimmy wanted to so far quell that sort of attention and get some ratings of his own. who knows. but definitely if katie couric was with someone on her staff, it would be an outrage. >> how about that a silver lining to an alleged extortion plot. and miley cyrus fed up with sharing every single moment of her life. so what'd she do? she deleted her twitter account. oh the horror.
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millions of fans, even her father begged her to change her mind but in this brand-new rap video online today, miley is telling everyone why she is done with twitter. take a look. ♪ yeah the rumors are true, i deleted my twitter ♪ ♪ can you believe it ♪ ♪ i got 2 million ♪ ♪ but i said audios, i had to say good-bye ♪ ♪ and this little rap is to tell my fans why ♪ ♪ no, it wasn't because my friend told me to ♪ ♪ y'all know very well what you say i don't do ♪ ♪ and the reasons are simple, i started tweeting my pimples ♪ ♪ i started living for moments and started living for people ♪ ♪ yeah you write what you're doing, but who really cares if i'm playing with noah ♪ ♪ or just doing my hair ♪
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♪ everything that i type and everything thing that i do ♪ ♪ all those lame gossip sites take it and they make it news ♪ ♪ i want my private life private ♪ ♪ i'm done trying to please ♪ ♪ i'm not living for tabloids, no i'm living for me ♪ >> okay. i'm just finishing tweeting that i just drank a cup of coffee. okay miley she wants her private life to be private and she blames herself, and i respect that because she's the one that says she put too much information out there. miley is speaking for a lot of people who think we're all putting too much information out there. >> but people like miley will be back when she sees that the britneys and the other young girls are getting more attention. that's my prediction. i'm a little confused on the video, because she said, here's why, and then i saw some very small little butts on the screen shaking. so is she getting off twitter because of the, you know, this is why the butt shaking? i'm a little confused by that. but it is crazy we say that i'm
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drinking coffee brushing my teeth, but it also makes it fun and people like her live for that. other than that she'd have to do something with her time and money. >> you've got to have the butt shaking, it grabs attention. very quickly, what's your take on this tanika? >> there's no more videos on mtv, so now we have videos on twitter. i think the twitter is obnoxious. i don't care what people do every single second of the day. and i think it's ruining celebrityhood. when we know every little piece of minutia of what these people do -- >> tanika is telling us -- >> no more twitter, too much! >> thanks guys. we move on tonight to mike tyson's disturbing new revelations about his volatile marriage to robin givens. >> i have socked her before. and she's socked me before as well. but it was just that kind of relationship. >> this is really something. the former heavyweight champion reveals never-before-heard confessions to oprah today about violent fighting with his
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ex-wife. also tonight, who do you think is the biggest star bad boy these days? david letterman, having sex with employees? levi johnston trying to become a sex symbol using his sarah palin connection? or jon gosselin, the reality dad of eight turned into a sex symbol. tonight, the shocking results of our "showbiz tonight" poll. obama i know you're listening. are you listening?! >> why lady gaga went all the way to washington to yell at ft.? . this is "showbiz tonight" on hln. more stories from the "showbiz tonight" newsroom making news right now.
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welcome back to "showbiz tonight." i'm a.j. hammer in new york. tonight, tyson tells all to oprah. you ever see something on television that was sometimes hard to watch but you just couldn't look away? today, on her show oprah winfrey interviewed former
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boxing champ mike tyson. i've got to tell you, tyson told all, from his stormy marriage to robin givens to the tragic recent loss of his little girl. and his heart wrenching interview is making big news right now. >> i thought that god never created a man that could beat me in a fair fight. >> reporter: no pun intended, but hard hitting is the best way to describe former heavyweight champ mike tyson's powerful and emotional interview on today's oprah winfrey show. >> was it an abusive relationship? >> oh, definitely. >> reporter: today tyson revealed shocking details to his abusive relationship to robin givens in the '80s. >> robin is a very tough woman, she's very tough and can be very mean as well. >> reporter: but "showbiz tonight" can tell you it was far from the only shocker in today's interview. there was the startling sight of the most feared man in boxing history on the vernalge of breaking down as he described the recent
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death of his little daughter. >> oh, man. this is my angel right there. >> reporter: and tyson explain what had the heck he was thinking when he bit off evander holeyfield's ear in a bout in 1987. >> i was pissed off he was such a great fighter. >> reporter: and tyson reveals why he now says he's a changed man. >> i don't want to go down that road anymore. >> reporter: in the 1980s, tyson made history by becoming the young estest heavyweight champion ever at age 18. during an interview with barbara walters, gimpbs described the abuse she suffered at the hands of her then-husband as tyson-silently looked on. >> there's a time when he cannot control his temper and that's frightening to me. >> reporter: today on oprah tyson remembered what he was thinking during that moment. >> i truly wanted to sock her. you know, at that particular moment, i truly wanted to sock
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her. but i just didn't do it. i was young, i was really young -- >> did you sock her afterwards? >> no, not afterwards. didn't sock her. i wanted to sock her. i have socked her before. and she's socked me before as well. but it was just that kind of relationship. >> reporter: tyson's violent tendencies would get him in trouble again. in 1997 he bit off evander holeyfield's ear in a fight. >> i was angry that he was butting my head. i was just enraged and i wanted to inflict so much pain on him. >> reporter: but today, even as he tries to turn over a new leaf tyson's life continues to experience tragedy. last may his 4-year-old daughter, exodus, died after her neck apparently got caught in a treadmill cord at the home of her mother an ex-girlfriend of tyson's. a still-devastated tyson tells oprah, he doesn't know the details of the accident and that's exactly the way he wants it. >> we heard it was a freak accident, that she -- >> yeah, yeah.
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>> -- somehow had twisted the cord -- >> i don't know. >> you don't know? >> no. i don't want to know. >> don't want to know? >> no. because if i know then somebody's going to be to blame for it and if somebody's to blame for it there's going to be a problem. >> you don't want to carry that? >> yeah. >> reporter: now tyson is married with a new wife and a new baby. tyson says his children are what keeps him going. >> i love all my babies. that's the only thing that really matters to me now. >> reporter: and now after experiencing enough troubles to last two lifetimes, tyson now tells oprah he's a man desperately trying not to repeat the mistakes of his past. >> i don't want to go down that road anymore. i know what it's like to be down that dark road and meet the devil and hang out with him. i don't want to do that anymore. >> it was so moving. tyson was on oprah to promote his new documentary about his life, "tyson," which is out on dvd right now. and right now we have the shocking results of our "showbiz tonight" question of the day. friday, we asked you to vote,
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just moments ago, the final results, they came in. we're asking who's the biggest bad boy. look at these results. 24% of you said david letterman for dating staffers on his show. 16% of you said levi johnston for his plans to take it all off for "playgirl." but the winner, by a landslide, as you see, 60% of you say jon gosselin was the biggest bad boy for becoming a reality show womanizing superstud right in the middle of his divorce battle. well even though levi johnston didn't come out on top of our "showbiz tonight" poll for dropping trou my good friend joe behar still has a beef with sarah palin's father of her grandson. she's so ticked off that this currently unemployed dad is seeking fame by using nothing more than his assets. and joy, "not for nothin'" has a few words of wisdom for levi and she has a very provocative proposition for another kind of sexy photo spread. >> just when you thought the sarah palin soap opera might be
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riding off into the tundra up pops levi johnston. and i mean pops up. levi bristol palin's baby-daddy, is going to unzip his levi's and show us his johnston in "playgirl" online magazine. i hope he's not built like a moose, sarah's liable to shoot him from a helicopter. i don't know if this will hurt sarah's career but i'm sure it will help levi meet some fabulous men. allow me to enlighten. levi, how do you feel about leisa minnelli or madonna? you see most of "playgirl" subscribers are male, and not the kind of male to become baby-daddies like you kapeesh, hockey boy? but six famous athletes including tennis champion serena williams are posing oau naturel. i say, big whoop.
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celebrities posing naked for magazines is nothing new. years ago, marilyn monroe posed for "playboy" monroe and burt reynolds, god help us took it all out of for another magazine. it's time for something new. just once i'd like to see a magazine celebrate brains instead of bodies. how fabulous would that be? imagine nude centerfolds of alan greenspan, or doris kerns goodway? or madeleine albright? without the pins of course. that has got to hurt. but that's just me. >> i'm with you joy. brains, and not bodies. even has a nice ring to it. a magazine idea. start it up i say. moving on. tonight lady gaga goes to washington to yell at the president? >> obama, i know that you're listening. are you listening! >> tonight the pop superstar's passionate plea telling "showbiz tonight" why she's screaming at the president, plus you won't believe what president
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obama says about her. this is "showbiz tonight" on hln. now the "showbiz tonight" news ticker. more stories from the "showbiz tonight" newsroom making news right now.
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congress is about to move
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closer to an overhaul of the health care system whip a key committee vote. we'll show you where this reform measure stands. ♪ this is it ♪ here i stand ♪ >> a song in michael jackson is creating quite a buzz. one veteran songwriter says it sounds kind of familiar. what he's doing about "this is it." and a 6-year-old boy couldn't wait to show off his new camping gear but it got him thrown out of school. we'll let you know why and also let you share your views. this is hln "news and views." hello, i'm richelle carey. thank you so much for your time. hope you're having a great day. let's get started. senate finance committee is expected to pass its version of health care reform today. they're debating it right now. live pictures for you. senator cornyn right there. chairman max baucus drafted the legislation with input from republican members of the committee. but they're actually not expected to support it.
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>> the misleading and to me harmful claims made over the weekend by the profit-driven health insurance companies are politicking for corporate gain at its worse. that's just my casual view. at a time when millions of suffering every day in the hands of our broken health care system. the idea that anyone's concern be whether the insurance companies make enough money or not is absurd, because they will. >> what could have been a strong bipartisan vote reflecting our desire for reform is ending as another divided vote. as we take another step forward towards the flawed solution of reforming 1/6 of our economy with more spending, more government and more taxes. >> let's talk more about the baucus bill now. there's no option for government-run insurance plan. what it does is sets up co-ops to broker private insurance.
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the only gop committee member who might vote for it is olympia snowe and even her support, it is not certain. if it does pass a lot of work are have to be done before health care reform can actually be sent to the president. the finance committee bill that to be blended, education, labor and pension committees. people from los angeles to san francisco are racing for a strong pacific storm passing out sandbags in the bay area which could get drenched with up to four inches of rain by tomorrow. >> i often have a drip you know, under the door in the back and i just put in a brand new floor. so i'm trying to alleviate any water coming in under the back door. >> forecasters are warning there could be serious mudslides especially in parts of southern california that have been ravaged by wildfires we've been following. up to six. >>s of rain could watch fire debris into some of those low-lying areas. let's talk about the southeast
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now. it's getting soaked again this week. parts of georgia and alabama were under flood warnings yesterday, and there are more heavy rains coming. the atlanta area was just cleaning up from flooding that happened about three weeks ago. after spending the past 40 years in cuba a suspected hijacker is expected to be formally -- suspected is expected to be formerly charged today in federal court in manhattan. luis armando pen yea soltren charged with hijacking a pan am flight and forcing the plane to land in cuba back in 1968. he surrendered to authorities sunday at jask after getting off a flight from havana. if convicted he could spend life in prison. the four people accused of feeding an nana coal's drug addiction will be in court today. the judge will decide if there's enough evidence for them to stand trial. she was 39 years old when she died of a drug overdose.
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that was 2007. two doctors and howard k. stern, her boyfriend, pleaded not guilty to conspire to provide her with illegally controlled substances. larry birkhead the father of anna nicole's daughter is expected to testify later this week. county safety officials say that sweat lodge people got sick and two later died did not have the needed building permit. he says that structure at a resort in sedona, arizona, was taken down before it could be inspected. the sheriff says criminal negligence may have played a role in the deaths we're talking about. sweat lodges are used for cleansing rituals. the fire chief says most hold up to maybe a duszen people. this one held as many as 65. the owner of the resort where this happened wouldn't comment. authorities in galveston county, text, are hodding a news conference about the arrest of a suspect in a 20-year-old rape case. the alleged victim also is expected to make a brief statement.
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let's go ahead and listen right now. >> -- agents from the fbi and the sheriff's office galveston county district attorney's office with the assistance of a very strong, very determined and very lovely young lady, the survivor in this case ms. jennifer shoette. i'm going to read a brief statement. after the statement i'm going have my colleagues come up and say a few words, and after that we're going to be taking your questions. on august 10, 1990, a horrific crime was committed in dickinson, texas. it shocked our close-knit community. and the officers who responded to the crime scene. a young girl only 8 years old at the time was abducted from the bedroom of her apartment. located not too far from here. once inside the apartment, the abductor grabbed her from her bed, picked her up and took her to his car.
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eventually this little girl was take ton a field just a couple of miles from this office. this individual then sexually assaulted her, vile lnt e cutting her throat from one side to the other and then left her there in that field to die. this little 8-year-old girl defied all the odds. through her strength determination and with the help of nearby citizens, who found her some 14 hours later, she miraculously survived this brutal attack. over the years this case has been worked by the dickinson police department with the assistance of our partners in the fbi and the sheriff's office, but with few leads to go on, little progress was made. about a year and a half ago we again asked the assistance of the fbi. dickinson police department detective tim chromy fbi agent
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richard and others were to endlessly breathe new breath into this, into the life of this investigation and develop new leads. because of advances in technology the decision was made to send key pieces of evidence from the crime to the fbi's laboratory for advanced testing. the testing was successful. a male dna profile was extracted from the evidence. the profile was run against existing fbi data bases, and a match was found. further investigation revealed this person resided in our community at the time of the crime. a copy of his texas driver's license valid at the time was obtained from the texas department of public safety crime records service division. we have a copy of that photo from that license for you to see. adjacent to the sketch made by lois gibson on august 14 1990
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from jennifer's description of her abductor. if you would, captain. you can compare this for yourself. we find them remarkably similar. based on all the evidence it is with great satisfaction and great pride that i announced to jennifer and our community that at 6:50 this morning detective tim chromy and agent reticent with the fbi with the assistance of the local police and the fbi in little rock arkansas, arrested dennis earl bradford without incident. mr. bradford is charged in gal verifyton county with attempted capital murder in this case. my only recigarette that jennifer's grandfather is not here with us today. i've known him for some time. jennifer's grandfather, there wasn't a month that went by that jennifer's grandfather didn't come by my office or run into
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one of the officers in the community and want to know what else had we done? what have you done lately about my granddaughter's case? for 19 years, and mr. shoette passed away early this year, and i'm just sorry he's not here to be a part of this. i will now turn this over to galveston county district attorney to talk about the charges mr. bradford faces in this case. >> good morning. first i want to give thanks to chief morales and his staff, the federal bure oaf investigation and all their staff that have been involved in this case, the sheriff and his staff involved early on and all law enforcement and medical personnel that truly helped make this day a reality for all of us and for jennifer. when i met with detective chromy and agent reticent a couple weeks ago to discuss the new developments it was without question one of those moments that all of us in law
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enforcement live for. when you realize that your passion and your unyielding efforts to bring -- >> you're listening to a news conference from galveston county, texas where they're talking about they feel that they solved a 19-year-old rape and attempted murd are case where an 8-year-old girl was abducted from her bedroom in dickinson just outside galveston, texas and they've been able to solve this case with the help of dna and say that the victim, there she is as a child. 8 years old. her name is jennifer schuett. they think they have found the gentleman who abducted her from her bedroom, raped her in a field and left her there to die where she laid for 12 hours until someone found her. that right there is the sketch the description she gave of the man who did this to to her on the right, and the left is the mug shot of this gentleman. the sut specks's name is dennis earl bradford, they say they arrested him this north in
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arkansas. the second jennifer comes to the microphone to tell her story we're going bring that to you. we'll take a break right now.
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a 6-year-old boy from delaware suspended from school and faces 45 days in reform school. he said he was 6. his name was zachary kristy. why he got in trouble. he took a camping utensil. the common fork knife spoon thingamajigs. his parents say he was excited about joining the cub scouts and wanted to show off the gadget. the school district says the folding knife, that's the part that got him in trouble is banned as a dangerous instrument under the zero tolerance policy. on the cbs "early show" little zach talked about his punishment i. definiteliy glee with them, that they shouldn't bring dangerous weapons to school, but i shouldn't -- i don't think that the punishment should be
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this bad. >> well later today zachary's mother is actually going to appeal the suspension at a school board meeting. they've been asking this morning and we'll ask all day, what do you think about zero tolerance policies in schools? a lot of schools have them. share some of your views now. on my facebook page search richelle carey on facebook to join the conversation. patricia says she understands the reason behind the zero tolerance policy but they need to realize that one punishment does not fit all. the punishment should fit the age the child and make sure they understand what they are being punished for. that's patricia's point of view. look at little zach there. this is what leona says. the school must follow rules, regardless how old the child was or what the weapon had attached to it all schools provide eating
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utensils and he didn't need to bring the fork/spoon/knife combo to school to eat with. smarten up parents, and make sure your kids follow the rules. archie is calling from texas. all right. i know i'm from texas, archie. i know most schools have these zero tolerance policies. what's your take on it? >> caller: i think the school is pretty much abusing its power on this here situation, because the child is too young to use such a harsh punishment on them. he is just a 6-year-old. >> archie actually i have to wrap. breaking news we want to get to. thanks for calling. appreciate it. we're going back to galveston county and listen to jennifer schuett now. >> and thank you to my family. my boyfriend jonathan. my amazing friends and everyone that has been so wonderful in supporting me throughout my long
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journey over the last 19 years. above all i'd like to thank everyone that has been involved in one way or another working on my case over the years especially detective tim chromy with the dickinson police department and special agent richard reticent with the fbi for all of their hard work and dedication over the last year and a half, and for his promise from day one never giving up on my case and for hearing my voice and seeing my determination. throughout this journey, i've had two main goals. and they were to find the man who kidnapped, sexually assaulted and attempted to murder me 19 years ago so that he could not hurt anyone else. and to use my voice in telling my story to as many people as i possibly could over the years in
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hopes that i may encourage other victims of violent crime to stand up and speak out against criminals. today i can say very proudly that i have accomplished both of these goals. as today i received a phone call that an arrest in my case had been made. and over the last 19 years as i've shared my story with others they still willingly shared their stories with me. i hope that my case will remain as a reminder to all victims of violent crime to never give up hope in seeking justice, no matter how long it may take or how hard it may be. with determination and by using your voice to speak out, you're capable of anything.
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i will continue to reach out to everyone through my website, justiceforjennifer.com as i am able. this event in my life 19 years ago was a tragic one but today, 19 years later i stand here and want you all to know that i am okay. i am not a victim but instead victorious. >> jennifer schuett, she says she's okay. when you look at her you've got to believe her. you have to believe her. this is a young woman who was kidnapped from her bedroom at 8 years old in dickinson county not far from houston. the reads they're having this press conference today. what she looked like at 8 years in 1990. police are stelling her they found justice for her. they believe they found the man that did this to her. they say dna and a combination of her description, that is her description right there, the
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sketch they waibel to make that and combination with dna they were able to arrest this man in arkansas. 19 years after they say he raped her and tried to kill her and left her in a field to die for 12 hours at the age of 8 years old. so jennifer shoettechuett chose to come forward to say she is not a victim. she is victorious. police believe they had solved the case after 19 years. all right moving on with more of the day's news. after more than a year of fighting martin luther king jr.'s children won't be airing their family's differences in court. they reached a settlement late last night. martin luther king iii and bernice king had sued dex tr king. that was last july. they accused him of mishandling funds from the family's estate. now a temporary custodian will be appointed to run it.
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are you at risk of identity theft? new website can tell you, hln money expert clark howard has details about this free and easy with to help protect your identity. >> what risk are you at with identity theft? rehear soem r so much about it. commercials there's a great way to keep your identity from being stolen and all that stuff. but how would you figure out how much risk you are actually at? there is now a mathematical formula for free you can run yourself through and see how much risk you're actually under based on your profile of having your identity stolen. you go to a website called myi myidscore.com. fi fill out a short amount of information about yourself. it you're trusting enough your social security number. i chose to put it in there to see what it would show for me.
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i was at pretty high risk of identity theft. thank goodness i had already frozen my credit. check out your number and see if you need to take more precautions to protect yourself. i'm clark howard. for more ways to protect your wallet go to cnn.com/clarkhoward. >> and you know what clark does. he'll help you save more spend less and avoid getting ripped off. be sure to catch him noon eastern saturday and sunday right here on hln. playing a late-level golf is tough enough. imagine doing it blind? a group of blind golfers competing now for the national championship in san antonio. amazingly, their loss of sight doesn't hurt them on the links.
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authorities in galveston county, texas just announced a little while ago, you saw this, an arrest ending a 19-year-old rape case. they say the suspect's name is dennis earl bradford. they say he abducted jennifer schuett from her bedroom when she was 8 years old.
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they say they raped her and left her to die in a field. she was there for about 12 hours. jennifer fought back tears saying the arrest marks the end of a long nightmare. >> throughout this journey i've had two main goals. they were two. and they were to find the man who kidnapped, sexually assaulted and attempted to murder me 19 years ago so that he could not hurt anyone else. and to use my voice in telling my story to as many people as i possibly could over the years in hopes that i may encourage other victims of violent crime to stand up and speak out against criminals. today i can say very proudly that i have accomplished both of these goals. >> this happened in part because of a dna match and you can see
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how close his picture is to the description that jennifer gave when she was 8 years old. authorities say that he will be sent to texas from arkansas which is where he was arrested this morning in little rock, on his way to work. the senate finance committee is expected to pass its version of health care reform today. live pictures of the debate going on right now. senator charles grassley for you. the chairman of his particular committee is max baucus. he drafted legislation with input from republican members of the kms but they're not expected to support it. >> the misleading and to me harmful claims made over the weekend by the profit-driven health insurance companies are politicking for corporate gain at its worst. that's just my casual view. at a time when millions of suffering every day in the hands of our broken health care system.
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the idea that anyone's concern be whether the insurance companies make enough money or not is absurd, because they will. >> what could have been a strong bipartisan vote reflecting our collect irand genuine desire for responsible reform is now ending as another divided vote. as we take another step forward towards the flawed solution of reforming 1/6 of our economy with more spending, more government and more taxes. >> let's give you a few bullet points about the baucus bill. there's no option for government-run insurance plan. instead it sets up co-opes to broker private insurance. also the only gop committee member who might vote for tr is olympia snowe and her support is far from certain. if it does pass a lot of work will have to be done before a health care reform bill can be sent to the president. the finance commit bill has to be blended with a liberal version passed by the senate health education labor and pension committees. after spending the past 40 years in cuba, a suspected
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hijacker is expected to be formally charged today in federal court in manhattan luis armando pena soltren accused of hijacking a plane and forcing it to land in cuba back in 1968. he surrendered to federal authorities sunday at jfk after getting off a flight from havana. if convicted he could spend the rest of his life in plizen. the three people accused of feeding anna nicole smith's drug addiction will be in court today. a judge will decide if there's enough evidence for them to stand trial. anna nicole smith was 39 years old when she died of a drug overdose in 2007. two doctors and smith's lawyer and boyfriend howard k. stern all pleaded not guilty to con spearing to illegally provide her with controlled substances. larry herk hedd a expected to testify in this master later this week. county safety officials say that sweat lodge where people
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got sickened two people died didn't have the needed permit the needed building permit. he says the structure at a sedona arizona, resort was taken down before it could be inspected. the sheriff was lacking to see if any type of criminal negligence play as role in the deaths. sweat lodges are used for cleansing rituals and the fire chief says most hold up to maybe a dozen people but this one held as many as 65. the owner of the resort where this happened hasn't commented yet. there's a new memorial for the chicago student whose brutal beating death was captured on cell phone video. the peacemakers wall of respect features an outline of derrion albert's shoe. activists it serves as a stark reminder of the violence that claimed his life. last month 16-year-old derrion albert was viciously beaten blocks from his school. the reverend jesse jackson today rode the bus with a group of students who go to that same high school. many live in public housing.
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authorities say tensions between kids from different neighborhoods is partly to blame for derrion's death. police say derrion was not in a gang but got caught in fighting between rival gangs. his fun wal ral was earlier this month. chicago mayor richard daley wants to add more police officers at schools. jackson says a better idea would be to create a community patrol team made up of local residents. from los angeles and san francisco, bracing for a strong pacific storm. they're passing out sandbags in the bay area which could get drenched with up to four inches of rain by tomorrow. >> i often have a drip you know under the door in the back and i just put in a brand new floor. so i'm trying to alleviate any water coming in under the back door. forecasters say there could be some serious mudslides especially in parts of southern california that have been dealing with all the wildfires. up to six inches of rain could wash fire debris into the
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low-lying areas. the southeast is getting soaked again this week. parts of georgia and alabama were under flood warnings yesterday, and more heavy rains are coming. the atlanta area was just cleaning up from flooding. that was just three weeks ago. your child's school may have one of those zero tolerance policies when it comes to potential weapons. it's all about keeping the kids safe but do these policies, do they maybe go sometimes too far? we'll hear your views about a kid who got suspended for taking a cub scout camping utensil to school.
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a 6-year-old little boy in
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delaware suspended from school going to reform school for 45 days. his name is zachary christie, got into trouble because he took a camping rue tense toll use for lunch. it's a combo knife/fork/spoon things. the school says the folding knife part got him in trouble. it's a dangerous instrument under the zero tolerance policy. he's a first grader. his parents say he was excited about joining the cub scouts and wanted to show off the gadget. zachary told the cbs "early show" weapons don't belong in school. he understands that, but the punishment in his opinion, shouldn't be so bad. >> i think it's very wrong. it's not very fair at all. i think they need to change the rule. it's not fair for the kid and it's not fair for his parent. it's not fair for anybody. >> that is zach's opinion. and his mother says that they
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are going to appeal this suspension at a school board meeting. so we want to know what do you think about this? keep calling. 1-877-tell-hln. e-mail us at cnn.com/hln. text the word views as well plus yo comments and name to hln tv standard text rates apply. there's two sides to every story. tell us, what do you think? there is more pushback today to rush limbaugh proposed bid to be the owner of the st. louis rams. reverend sharpe send a letter to roger goodell saying he should not become an owner because the radio host has been divisive and anti-nfl in some of this comments. he explained his position to our sister network cnn's anderson cooper. >> reverend sharpton do you believe rush limbaugh is racist? >> race has nothing to do with it. he has offended the players, whether he were black or white. when you say these people are like crips and bloods without guns nothing in my letter
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referring to race. i'm talking about, you're going to disparage these people's character, and now i want to be one of the owners that will decide their contract, decide their future. >> well limbaugh told his radio audience that, of course, he disagrees with sharpton. listen. >> now, this saddens me as well, this disappointments me. i know reverend sharpton. sharpton's better than this. he knows better than this. >> reverend jesse jackson is also opposing the limbaugh deal saying limbaugh has made his words appealing to the fears of whites by insulting minorities. so stay tuned. paul anka says that michael jackson's estate has acknowledged it made a mistake by not giving him credit for jackson's latest song the one called "this is it." he says the whole thing is resolved. he's going to get a 50% cut of profits from the song. he says the song was recorded around the time that "thriller" was released back in the '80s.
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1990 anka even gave the song to the singer safire to record under its original title which is "i never heard." when you listen to both songs, it's pretty clear it's the same song. so right now we're going to play them both for you. first let's listen to jackson's "this is it" and then safire's "i never heard." ♪ this is it ♪ i feel grand ♪ this love i can feel ♪ and i know it is real ♪ ♪ in the light of the world love is grand ♪ this love i can feel ♪ and i know, yes, for sure it is real ♪
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ank co told the folks at tmz.com that after the jackson camp realized that they made a mistake and he had co-writtens song, they told him, here we go -- now they know why it was so good. so everybody's happy. right? president obama swun of three sitting presidents to win the nobel peace prize. everybody is not happy about that. here's has "hln's" joy behar has to say about it in her "not for nothing" commentary. >> president obama had a very full weekend. on saturday he promised to end the military's don't ask, don't tell policy, and on friday he won the nobel peace prize. this guy is busier than the wallpaper in my aunt rose's living room. not everyone was happy for him. republicans cheer when he loses the olympics and yet they boo when he wins the nobel peace prize. who's writing the gop's press releases anyway? mahmoud ahmadinejad? when will these people realize
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that you can be civil and still able to make political points? mike huckaby managed to be gracious about obama's win. john mccain, too, and he's stilled pissed off from when woodrow wilson won his nobel prize. lastly, let me say a few words to president obama himself. quit apologizing already. you won the thing fair and square. so can the humility act. go to norway snatch up your piece of hardware and wave it in front of rush limbaugh's face. if the president manages to get equal rights for the gay americans, then i think he should win the tony also. but that just me. >> catch the"the joy behar show" right here on hln 9:00 p.m. eastern. and this woman says she functioning normally with half a brain. how she's making doctors rethink how they think the mind works.
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music to the ears of some returning soldiers.
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that was their welcome home ceremony yesterday in dyersburg tennessee. more than 100 soldiers there have been in iraq for about a year, and they are very, very appreciated back home. >> hasn't quite all set in yet. kind of emotional. >> we take it really for granted, for instance the grashgs the beautiful weather. the friendly people. >> wow. soldiers also say they can't wait to get some southern home cooking. how about that? president obama has not announced how many additional u.s. troops, if any will be sent to afghanistan, but whatever the number, it will probably be more than formerly announced. the white house announced it was sending 21,000 troops. the "washington post" an additional 13,000 soldiers will be sent at support. that never formally announcing pd traditionally those figures are not included in pentagon and white house announcements.
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a lung transplant patient is dead after he got the lungs of a 50 cigarette a day smoker. he got that in 2007 and less than a year later doctors found tumors. a tumor on his new lungs and he died soon after. the hospital says it is not unusual to transplant a smoker's lungs in the united kingdom because there just aren't enough healthy lungs available for transplant. can you believe that? a florida teenager is in the hospital after someone set him on fire. police are holding three juveniles in connection with this attack. 15-year-old michael brewer doused with gasoline and set on fire. police say he ran through the apartment complex and jumped into the pool.
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ended up trapped. you can see it burst into chief says he should actually be okay. just amazing pictures there. a woman born with just half a brain says she's living a normal and full life. one of the most popular stories on cnn.com because it makes you say what in the world? doctors say her brain rewired itself because some parts were damaged during a prebirth stroke. her condition wasn't diagnosed until ten arizonayears ago when she
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was 27. she decided to go public to help raise awareness. >> i want to do this so that people like producers photographers, and security guards and police officers learn about people like me that i'm normal but have special needs and that there are a lot of people like me. >> she lives with her parents but she works from home doing data entry for her church. the feds have a new tool to find fugitives. it's in your wallet. fbi agents in north carolina are scanning millions of digital driver's license photos with facial recognition software. she say it has led them to a homicide suspect already. federal law gives agents to dmv data bases. the fbi is considering rolling out the program nationwide but critics say it's like putting
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everyone through a virtual lineup. chelsey "sully" sullenberger became a hero when he landed a flight in the hudson. it happened in january after a flock of geese crippled both engines on the jet. sully returned to duty a couple weeks ago after taking time off. your dog may understand commands like fetch and rollover. what would you think of a dog that does those tricks but reads the commands as well.
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