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in aberdeen to 12 in norwich, london, and along the south coast of england. now there is rain in the forecast for tuesday, but it'll be mostly affecting western areas of the uk. so, here it is, this weather front — in the morning, maybe just about fringing cornwall into western parts of wales, and spreading northwards. but notice how this area of rain expands during the course of the day, progressively getting wetter around these western areas. but further towards the east, the weather will be dry, hazy sunshine at the very least, and sunny closer to the north sea, and look at the temperatures — 26 in london, and easily into the low—to—mid—20s in yorkshire, as well. and then, tuesday evening, that rain will reach wales, the north—west of england, and move further north into scotland, as well, and there could be some thunderstorms returning to southern parts of the uk, as well, tuesday evening. here's a look at wednesday's weather map — still dominated by an area of low pressure and these south—westerly winds

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Anderson Cooper 360

and he was one of the ones that you could count on when they had bags of groceries to take home. and he loved his family. >> he also had a 12-year-old son, two adult daughters. i mean, for a 12-year-old son who now faces life without their dad, it's just unthinkable. >> it's horrible. it's just unimaginable that something like this can happen, that someone can come here from, you know, three hours, four hours away and come back and snatch those that we love. and it hurts. and this community is broken, you know, for all the victims who lost their lives. and you know, to say that we want to make sure that we stand with this family. we want to stand with his son, with the ones he loved, and let them know that your father, i look at your father, even in doing that, he was a hero. he was one of the ones that would stand in the way of whomever, you know, trying to

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A Life of Pain

the place in the last few days. yes, we've had some sunshine, some warmth, too, but also big thundery downpours, particularly in northwestern england and in northern ireland recently. now, on the satellite picture, you can see the motion of the cloud — it's mostly coming in out of the south and the south—west. so that's where the warm weather is coming from, too. and here are the thunderstorms we've recently had — now most of them have died away, we still have a little bit of rain here and there, but i think through the early hours of tuesday morning, it is a mostly dry picture out there with clear spells, a bit of residual cloud, that's pretty much it. oh, and mistand murk forming in the countryside, too. now, the temperatures early on tuesday will range from around eight celsius in aberdeen to 12 in norwich, london, and along the south coast of england. now there is rain in the forecast for tuesday, but it'll be mostly affecting western areas of the uk. so, here it is, this weather front — in the morning, maybe just about fringing cornwall into western parts of wales, and spreading northwards. but notice how this

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BBC News

hours of tuesday morning, it is a mostly dry picture out there with clear spells, a bit of residual cloud, that's pretty much it. oh, and mistand murk forming in the countryside, too. now, the temperatures early on tuesday will range from around eight celsius in aberdeen to 12 in norwich, london, and along the south coast of england. now there is rain in the forecast for tuesday, but it'll be mostly affecting western areas of the uk. so, here it is, this weather front — in the morning, maybe just about fringing cornwall into western parts of wales, and spreading northwards. but notice how this area of rain expands during the course of the day, progressively getting wetter around these western areas. but further towards the east, the weather will be dry, hazy sunshine at the very least, and sunny closer to the north sea, and look at the temperatures — 26 in london, and easily into the low—to—mid—20s in yorkshire, as well. and then, tuesday evening, that rain will reach wales, the north—west of england, and move further north into scotland, as well, and there could be some thunderstorms returning to southern parts of the uk, as well, tuesday evening.

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The Travel Show

hello. the weather's been all over the place in the last few days. yes, we've had some sunshine, some warmth, too, but also big thundery downpours, particularly in northwestern england and in northern ireland recently. now, on the satellite picture, you can see the motion of the cloud — it's mostly coming in out of the south and the south—west. so that's where the warm weather is coming from, too. and here are the thunderstorms we've recently had — now most of them have died away, we still have a little bit of rain here and there, but i think through the early hours of tuesday morning, it is a mostly dry picture out there with clear spells, a bit of residual cloud, that's pretty much it. oh, and mistand murk forming in the countryside, too. now, the temperatures early on tuesday will range from around eight celsius in aberdeen to 12 in norwich, london, and along the south coast of england. now there is rain in the forecast for tuesday, but it'll be mostly affecting

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The Media Show

in aberdeen to 12 in norwich, london, and along the south coast of england. now there is rain in the forecast for tuesday, but it'll be mostly affecting western areas of the uk. so, here it is, this weather front — in the morning, maybe just about fringing cornwall into western parts of wales, and spreading northwards. but notice how this area of rain expands during the course of the day, progressively getting wetter around these western areas. but further towards the east, the weather will be dry, hazy sunshine at the very least, and sunny closer to the north sea, and look at the temperatures — 26 in london, and easily into the low—to—mid—20s in yorkshire, as well. and then, tuesday evening, that rain will reach wales, the north—west of england, and move further north into scotland, as well, and there could be some thunderstorms returning to southern parts of the uk, as well, tuesday evening. here's a look at wednesday's weather map — still dominated

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BBC News

in aberdeen to 12 in norwich, london, and along the south coast of england. now there is rain in the forecast for tuesday, but it'll be mostly affecting western areas of the uk. so, here it is, this weather front — in the morning, maybe just about fringing cornwall into western parts of wales, and spreading northwards. but notice how this area of rain expands during the course of the day, progressively getting wetter around these western areas. but further towards the east, the weather will be dry, hazy sunshine at the very least, and sunny closer to the north sea, and look at the temperatures — 26 in london, and easily into the low—to—mid—20s in yorkshire, as well. and then, tuesday evening, that rain will reach wales, the north—west of england, and move further north into scotland, as well, and there could be some thunderstorms returning to southern parts of the uk, as well, tuesday evening. here's a look at wednesday's weather map — still dominated by an area of low pressure and these south—westerly winds pushing in very volatile

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NBC Nightly News With Lester Holt

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BBC News

no other way to look at that other than a major breakthrough in terms of british sport. you are watching bbc news, stay with us. hello. the weather's been all over the place in the last few days. yes, we've had some sunshine, some warmth, too, but also big thundery downpours, particularly in northwestern england and in northern ireland recently. now, on the satellite picture, you can see the motion of the cloud — it's mostly coming in out of the south and the south—west. so that's where the warm weather is coming from, too. and here are the thunderstorms we've recently had — now most of them have died away, we still have a little bit of rain here and there, but i think through the early hours of tuesday morning, it is a mostly dry picture out there with clear spells, a bit of residual cloud, that's pretty much it. oh, and mistand murk forming in the countryside, too. now, the temperatures early on tuesday will range from around eight celsius in aberdeen to 12 in norwich, london, and along the south

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CNN Newsroom Live

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World Business Report

see the headlines coming up in a few minutes. i'll see you then, i buy. —— bye bye. hello. the weather's been all over the place in the last few days. yes, we've had some sunshine, some warmth, too, but also big thundery downpours, particularly in northwestern england and in northern ireland recently. now, on the satellite picture, you can see the motion of the cloud — it's mostly coming in out of the south and the south—west. so that's where the warm weather is coming from, too. and here are the thunderstorms we've recently had — now most of them have died away, we still have a little bit of rain here and there, but i think through the early hours of tuesday morning, it is a mostly dry picture out there with clear spells, a bit of residual cloud, that's pretty much it. oh, and mistand murk forming in the countryside, too. now, the temperatures early on tuesday will range from around eight celsius in aberdeen to 12 in norwich,

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Gutfeld

or they pat. pat, they just got charged with sexual harassment and pat now goes, that's pretty awesome. i can do this to everybody. if i had that power when i was a kid, i would have changed my gender 12 times. you know? speaking of changing genders, what, dirt bag deb, how's she doing? she doing all right? >> kat: i don't know her. i don't want people to know i can be that ugly. >> greg: i just want to know how you get both ice going in opposite directions >> kat: i couldn't see anything. i almost passed out. >> greg: so what if these guys were just being jerks >> kat: right, that's possible. it is possible that they were -- we don't know. it could have not been as simple as using the wrong pronoun but maybe they were being mean about it. it's still not sexual harassment to be mean to somebody. when i was in eighth grade everyone was mean to me and --

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HARDtalk

few years, over the last 12 years, in fact, what has happened is a flagrant abuse of the legal system in order to persecute publisher, for publishing the truth about the us and its conduct of war in iraq and afghanistan, conducting torture in guantanamo bay, and so on. this is a political persecution, it's a political case. in purely legal terms, i know that you have — at least you in personal terms, but the legal team backing julian assange in professional terms — have put final submissions before the home secretary. so what is the basic argument today as to why he should not and cannot be extradited? well, there's a whole swathe of reasons why he shouldn't be extradited. he's a publisher who published true information about tens of thousands of civilian casualties in iraq and afghanistan.

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Gutfeld

i'm afraid to put a pronoun in front of it. it's not clear to me. that's a serious thing pronounce change. so at the beginning of the year you can call me basically whatever you want to call me. but then three months into the semester, i might want you to call me something different from what you called me earlier. and then you'll get violated. this is joe biden's woke america. this is how crazy it is. there's not one whit of common sense. and by the by, does anybody care about the kid who's, what, 12, 13 years old? does anybody care about --. >> dana: right? >> larry: i mean, parents, very important, merrick garland the attorney general doesn't like parents, they're all domestic terrorists. how about the kid? and the kids as they interact with each other. you can really scar them for life. i don't know if anybody cares about that but i do. >> greg: and the worst thing you do is give a young person the power to like, you know, well, i don't know, let's call her pat,

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Don Lemon Tonight

evacuations. for more on these horrific shootings, though, and the motivations behind them, i want to turn to cnn's omar jimenez in buffalo, new york. good evening to both of you. omar, let's start with you. we are learning tonight from the suspect's social media posts that he visit the store three times in march, casing the store, collecting information on who was inside. what more can you tell us about that? >> reporter: yeah, don, so based on those posts, he first left his home about 200 miles away from here to come to the tops supermarket on march 8. when he got here, he went into that store three times that day at 12:00, 2:00 and 4:00 p.m., taking notes on what he was seeing, particularly on how many black people he was seeing versus white people when he was there. also making a map of what's inside. the aisles, the exits and more, even, again, according to these posts, wrote that he planned to carry out this attack a week

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World Business Report

more goods and products. and, indeed, the same sort of principle applies to services. in a way, you're just changing the types ofjobs and roles that you need, but that is the challenge, shifting, continuing shifting the skills needed and the skills to fit, i suppose, as the nature of business and the way we do business changes. thank you for those details on thejobs figures due in thank you for those details on the jobs figures due in an hour. let's now turn our attention to thailand, because the country is often offered to as the detroit of asia, due to the auto mobile industry making up 12% of its economic growth. local giant siam motors is one of the oldest and largest auto companies in thailand, but has struggled in recent years. suranjana tewari sat down with the company's executive director to talk about the state of the business.

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