The full transcript of Night One of the first Democratic primary debate, Wednesday, June 26, 2019, held at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Miami. Transcript provided by ASC Services on behalf of BGOV. STEPHANOPOULOS: The stage is set. The field has been narrowed. For one night only, the top 10 candidates are here. Our Democratic primary debate starts right now. (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) ANNOUNCER: This is an ABC News special. BIDEN: I will be a president for every American. WARREN: This is our moment. SANDERS: We are in a struggle for the future of this country. HARRIS: We fight for our country. That's the nature of who we are. SANDERS: Right now we can act. YANG: We're in the midst of the greatest economic transformation. BOOKER: We have overcome worse times and darker moments than this. O'ROURKE: We will make the most of this moment that we have here together. KLOBUCHAR: We are on a march together. CASTRO: We're going to win by being bold. We're going to win … [Read more...] about Full transcript: Democratic debate in Houston
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Stefanie Dazio, Associated Press Updated 6:51 am PDT, Thursday, May 16, 2019 In this Monday May 13, 2019 photo Julian Richner, 9, leaves school for the day to meet his mother as he passes behind a security guard at Beverly Hills Unified School District's K-8 Horace Mann School in Beverly Hills, Calif. Districts nationwide are employing a multi-layered approach that combines mental health programs, bullying prevention initiatives with hardware and software technology, as well as armed and unarmed security officers. Beverly Hills Unified School District is one such district. less In this Monday May 13, 2019 photo Julian Richner, 9, leaves school for the day to meet his mother as he passes behind a security guard at Beverly Hills Unified School District's K-8 Horace Mann School in ... more Photo: Richard Vogel, AP … [Read more...] about Schools turn to technology to reduce toll during shootings
As part of our "School Matters" series, "CBS This Morning" examines what some are calling a growing national crisis: the shortage of school nurses. Only three out of five schools across the country have full-time school nurses often forcing school administrators, with no medical training, to step in and provide some level of care. The role of the school nurse is more critical than ever, with a quarter of all young children suffering some kind of chronic illness, like asthma and diabetes. Over the past several years, multiple children have died after facing medical emergencies in their schools when no nurse was on duty, reports Hilary Lane. Last October, Rasheen Pressley's 9-year-old son Hasoun collapsed in the school cafeteria. He was rushed to the hospital where he was later pronounced dead of heart failure. "They failed him all ways. Like they wasn't there to help him," Pressley said. "He was my only son. … there weren't nobody there to help him. Nothing." There was no … [Read more...] about Nationwide shortage of school nurses called a “crisis” that may be putting kids’ lives at risk
GOP Sen. Kevin Cramer is leading a drive to reward 300,000 Indian visa workers for taking college graduate jobs from at least 200,000 young middle aged or older American graduates. Via Twitter, the North Dakota Senator is pushing the “Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act,” which was also championed by former GOP Rep. Kevin Yoder until he lost his 2018 election.The legislation “is about exactly that: fairness,” Cramer tweeted. “The long wait for these green cards is a disservice to legal immigrants and to the potential of the American economy. Let’s get this passed.” But Cramer’s bill does not offer fairness or safeguards to the many Americans who are losing careers or starter jobs to the imported army of roughly 500,000 Indian workers and recruiters, said Dawn Collins, a former vice-president at J.P. Morgan Chase bank. Casey and other American professionals were forced out of their software jobs in 2016 to make … [Read more...] about GOP Senators Push Green Card Rewards for Indian Visa Workers Who Take College Jobs in U.S.
WASHINGTON — Six in 10 Americans say President Donald Trump has been untruthful about the investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential campaign, while half of the country says the investigation has given them doubts about Trump's presidency, according to a new national NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.The survey, conducted a month after the results of November's midterm elections, also finds more Americans wanting congressional Democrats — rather than Trump or congressional Republicans — to take the lead role in setting policy for the country.And just 10 percent of respondents say that the president has gotten the message for a change in direction from the midterms — when the GOP lost control of the U.S. House of Representatives but kept its majority in the U.S. Senate — and that he's making the necessary adjustments."The dam has not burst on Donald Trump," said Democratic pollster Peter Hart, whose firm conducted this survey with … [Read more...] about Poll: Most Americans say Trump is lying in Russia probe