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Transcript for News headlines today: Feb. 18, 2019
A. Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCain says deputy attorney general rob roses dined its aborted investigations into the president. That's what McCain told CBS's. Sixty minutes. He was discussing. Other cabinet members and whether or not people would supports such an idea but Kate later issued a clarification saying at no time were their extended discussions. About the use of the 25 amendment. Senator Lindsey Graham says his committee will investigate claims being made by McCain. Stroke says there bland around the country today against the president's declaration of a national emergency. Give billions for the border wolf. Opponents looking to file lawsuits against the move. Can you say definitely that California will be filing a lawsuit and when that will happen. Martha definitely and imminently we are prepared we knew something like this might happen. And now with our sister state partners we are ready to go. Steve Torre heading back to Washington after a weekend as moral on the resort president trump makes stop in Miami today. Expected to dig on the prizes in Venezuela. The latest. On this deadly workplace shooting in Illinois more than 15100 people gathering for a vigil for the five people killed at that manufacturing plant in Aurora. The gunman started shooting at a meeting right after he was fired. He was later killed in a shootout with police authorities case now say the shooters gun permit with revoked back in 2014. Because of a prior felony conviction but he never turned over the weapon. Among the fatalities are young intern spending his first day on the job. Six people were injured including five police officers. Louisiana State University this morning is coming down hard on hazing placing at least three administrators on leave. While the school investigate claims that they ignored reports of violent hazing. From an alleged incident but these nine fraternity Brothers and handcuffs. It's been ten days of unrest in Haiti people in the island have been. Flashing the police on the streets. Protesters are demanding president resigned over soaring inflation and corruption allegations. More measles in Clark County Washington beyond bring their. Now grown to 61 confirmed cases almost all the patients aren't kids who were never immunize. Meteorologist the weather headlines that would take just won't stop coming to parts of the country's we talk about where you see some of the images. I was and Las Vegas they had traces airport again they've done it out why didn't let Bentley. The great pride in California what's the several high this year because of a lot of storms shut down again this interstate five there grapevine. At Denver which got some smiles well below average closed at twenty inches of this plane he should be very high. And so they're Phelan which are finally start to kick in. But it's mostly the rain that white both sit on for it Tuesday into Wednesday at low pressure system that comes up yes there's now from places like the path that Miller northern in the past eight and Ashley Patton up. But as stationary front and setting up there's not a lot of interest in this block out and they'll laugh make. Ten inches and freedom all from much of Tennessee northern Alabama. Yeah.

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