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New Day With John Berman and Brianna Keilar

♪ i don't think you can ♪ ♪ 'cause you ain't woman enough to take my man ♪ ♪ women like you they're a dime a dozen ♪ >> that is country legend loretta lynn who passed away in her home in tennessee at 90 years old. ♪ i was born a coal miner's daughter ♪ ♪ in a cabin on a hill in ♪ >> she was known for her lyrics and vocals, something she shared with the industry for seven decades. she was inducted into the country music hall of fame in 1988 and the grammy hall of fame in 1998 and achieved a lifetime achievement award in 2010. 2022 has been a year of great loss for country music. this year saw the loss of naomi

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CNN Newsroom Live

case this time. why do you think? what is the main reason for that? >> the biggest single reason is that the supreme court ended the 50 year constitutional right to abortion and i think that was such a shock to the system. in the past, there is only four occasion when the presidents party has done pretty well in the house in the first midterm election. they had big shots from outside the system. the depression, the cuban missile crisis, the clinton impeachment in 1998, 9/11 and the 2002 election. the abortion decision is of comparable magnitude and it may not be enough to completely erase all of the advantages that republicans had developed, particularly around voted dissatisfaction with inflation. but it has change the parameters and it has allow these democrats, particularly in statewide races for senate and governor where there is more money and more focused. to ship the question voters are asking from, what have democrats done and am i okay

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Morning Joe

better than anybody expected, beat all the historical trends. the other, though, when i was there in 1998, during impeachment, republicans were sure they going to do extraordinarily well. it blew up politically in their face. and democrats and bill clinton did much better. we expected this to push bill clinton to the side of the end. it cost newt gingrich his job. so, impeachment, for the most part, makes the party base feel great. it is a political loser. >> careful what you wish for. >> yeah. with less than 40 days to go before the midterm elections. a new survey, a recent poll by yahoo! news and ugov shows less than 46%, believes americans

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Morning Joe

midterms, i guess the average victory for party out of power may be, what, 35 or something like that. there have been only two times that i can think of where a president bucked to that trend. bill clinton in 1998, in the middle of impeachment, republicans were supposed to have a huge margin of victory in '98, and voters said, nope, not into this impeachment deal, and so republicans only picked up four seats. it was a shock. republicans only picked up four seats. but it was a real shock. then in 2002, of course after 9/11, which, again, was the other huge example, republicans picked up some seats. something that never happens in off year elections, but happened that year obviously because the election was one year after september 11th. the question is will the abortion decision, will republican radicalism, will the aftermath of january 6th, will all of that taken together, will

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MediaBuzz

seven years, my time is up. i -- [inaudible conversations] yeah. but in, in the most beautiful way, honestly. i, i've loved hosting the show. it's been one of my greatest challenges. howard: noah, who's a smart guy, never quite got the show. the south african comedian has admitted his firsts two years were miserable, and his ratings were pretty low. in my view, the show became stale and predictable, and noah didn't really take anyone on. he was no jon stewart whose correspondents became big stars themselves. now comedy central has to find another host to reare strive the franchise. katie couric became a crusader against cancer which claimed the life of her first husband back in 1998, and she famously had an on-air colonoscopy on the today show. she just announced that she was diagnosed with breast cancer. in classic katie fashion, i've

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Newsday

northeast where lula da silva is so strong, those results are coming in a little bit later than in the bolsonaro supporting areas. but none the less this result does not tally with the opinion polls coming into this first round so it is a very interesting result. joining me for analysis as carlos pereira, a political scientist here in rio. an interesting night for political scientists, what do you make of this, 66% of the vote in and the candidates are neck and neck. . ., , . the candidates are neck and neck. . ., ,., ., neck. elections are always uncertain _ neck. elections are always uncertain and _ neck. elections are always uncertain and this - neck. elections are always uncertain and this is - neck. elections are always uncertain and this is good | neck. elections are always i uncertain and this is good for democracy. the higher the uncertainty, the higher the quality— uncertainty, the higher the quality of democracy, and brazilian democracy has demonstrated in so many democratic episodes how difficult it is for one candidate to win clearly. the only— candidate to win clearly. the only occasions in which a president one in the first round _ president one in the first round was 1994 and 1998. and it never_ round was 1994 and 1998. and it never happened again. i expect

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All In With Chris Hayes

court justice ketanji brown jackson, reacting to her appointment to the supreme court after her formal investiture ceremony today. justice jackson was sworn into the court back in july. but after the ceremony the full supreme court posed together for the first time. that's what they look like. just three days before the new term begins monday. this term the court will hear cases about the second, and voting rights, and could have a momentous or calamitous consequences for democracy at a time when polls show that public approval for the court is at historic lows. senior editor for slate where she has written her column since 1998, and i've been reading them the whole time. she's author of the new book, lady justice, which is getting rave reviews everywhere i look. congratulations for the book

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Breakfast

and i think, you know, we regret the way it was handled, if we look back on it we could have handled it better, i think the bbc could have handled it better. it is just such a shame, because i loved it, and i don't look back on it badlyjust because of a couple of bad days and then some negative publicity, which i think affected quite a lot of people. i think affected quite a lot of r-eole. ~ :. i think affected quite a lot of healer ., ., ,, , i think affected quite a lot of r-eole.r ., ., ,, , ., i think affected quite a lot of v-eole. ., , ., ~ i think affected quite a lot of --eole.~ ., ., ,, , ., . people. what happens now? are you sto- alnt people. what happens now? are you stopping broadcasting? _ people. what happens now? are you stopping broadcasting? what - people. what happens now? are you stopping broadcasting? what are - people. what happens now? are you | stopping broadcasting? what are you going to do? i stopping broadcasting? what are you rroin to do? . stopping broadcasting? what are you rroin to do? , :, going to do? i will be 'oining you and the stands. h going to do? i will be 'oining you and the stands. i _ going to do? i will be joining you and the stands. i have _ going to do? i will be joining you and the stands. i have seen - going to do? i will be joining you and the stands. i have seen you| and the stands. i have seen you two round the tennis circuit. i am going to be a fan. i round the tennis circuit. i am going to be a fan-— to be a fan. i think you'll have a rood to be a fan. i think you'll have a good seat- _ to be a fan. i think you'll have a good seat- i— to be a fan. i think you'll have a good seat. i don't _ to be a fan. i think you'll have a good seat. i don't know, - to be a fan. i think you'll have a good seat. i don't know, but. to be a fan. i think you'll have a good seat. i don't know, but i i good seat. i don't know, but i will ro good seat. i don't know, but i will no back good seat. i don't know, but i will go back to — good seat. i don't know, but i will go back to wimbledon, _ good seat. i don't know, but i will go back to wimbledon, watch - good seat. i don't know, but i will go back to wimbledon, watch the | go back to wimbledon, watch the british players, watch thejuniors. i remember watching roger federer in 1998 and one of the outside courts thinking, wow. did 1998 and one of the outside courts thinking. wow-— 1998 and one of the outside courts thinking, wow. did you cry when you saw rover thinking, wow. did you cry when you saw roger federer? _ thinking, wow. did you cry when you saw roger federer? yeah, - thinking, wow. did you cry when you saw roger federer? yeah, that - thinking, wow. did you cry when you saw roger federer? yeah, that was| saw roger federer? yeah, that was sad. not saw roger federer? yeah, that was sad- not sad. _ saw roger federer? yeah, that was sad. not sad, he _ saw roger federer? yeah, that was sad. not sad, he is— saw roger federer? yeah, that was sad. not sad, he is 41, _ saw roger federer? yeah, that was

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question- the _ an impact on that? that is an open question. the ons _ an impact on that? that is an open question. the ons records - an impact on that? that is an open question. the ons records rents . an impact on that? that is an open i question. the ons records rents but is an experimental dataset and it is actually— is an experimental dataset and it is actually very difficult to record rent _ actually very difficult to record rent inflation, it is not like house prices, _ rent inflation, it is not like house prices, we — rent inflation, it is not like house prices, we know how much people pay because _ prices, we know how much people pay because we _ prices, we know how much people pay because we have land registry data but we _ because we have land registry data but we don't have a central index of how much_ but we don't have a central index of how much rent is and what it is going _ how much rent is and what it is going up— how much rent is and what it is going up by from landlords, but we hear people are being hit by 30, 40, even a _ hear people are being hit by 30,40, even a 70% — hear people are being hit by 30,40, even a 70% rent hike by their landlord. _ even a 70% rent hike by their landlord, because landlords can do that, _ landlord, because landlords can do that, they— landlord, because landlords can do that, they can put up private rent and they— that, they can put up private rent and they can as i have covered, they can evict _ and they can as i have covered, they can evict people with section 21 of the 1998— can evict people with section 21 of the 1998 housing act which is a no fault of— the 1998 housing act which is a no fault of action. if they don't or can't — fault of action. if they don't or can't pay _ fault of action. if they don't or can't pay. -- _ fault of action. if they don't or can't pay. —— no fault eviction. so therec— can't pay. —— no fault eviction. so there's sense _ can't pay. —— no fault eviction. so there's sense amongst renters and private _ there's sense amongst renters and private renting experts like generation rent that private landlords are passing on their cost of living _ landlords are passing on their cost of living concerns to their tenants and scotland have just moved for an emergency— and scotland have just moved for an emergency rent freeze and nicola sturgeon — emergency rent freeze and nicola sturgeon has called the cost of

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New Day With John Berman and Brianna Keilar

just a hollywood imagination, citizen in the 1998 movie, "armageddon." >> it's what we call a global killer. nothing would survive. not even bacteria. >> reporter: asteroids are very real threats, and having the means to deflect them is a vital interest to everyone on planet earth. >> if we could confirm that the thing was deflected by less than 1 degree, we know that this would, in principle, work on a large scale. >> reporter: the last time a deadly asteroid hit earth was around 65 million years ago. >> you can bet that if the dinosaurs had nasa, they would have deflected that asteroid. >> what a moment. >> reporter: monday's test hopes to prevent that from ever happening again. >> should all earthlings sleep a little easier tonight? >> i definitely think that, as far as we can tell, our first planetary defense test was a success and i think we can clap to that, everyone. so -- right? so, yeah, yeah, i think that earthlings should sleep better.

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