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and you can see a low pressure establishing itself across the uk. that means lighter winds if we're in the centre of the low. that will help the fog to form. and also notice that blobs of blue, white are starting to appear in other parts of the country. that's an indication of the winds shifting around the uk and perhaps pushing in some of the wintry showers to areas that haven't seen anything so far. so, yes, the outlook staying cold, not desperately cold by day, certainly not subzero for most of us, but chilly nights. and of course, you can track the weather as always on our fabulous weather app, bye—bye.

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HARDtalk

species on the planet. now, you say this, you say that, "we do not have to make compromises as we re—engineer life. the ability to re—engineer our systems of production doesn't mean that we have to make compromises." in essence, you're saying we can have our cake and eat it, too. and most human beings, in the end, conclude generally, that is not possible. yes, so i think not today, but it will be. so, there are a number of technologies — so if you look at the cost of clean energy, wind and solar has now dropped in the range of, call it $0.07 per kilowatt hour, on an amortise basis, to produce that energy. and that's a carbon—free energy source. nuclear power is less than $0.05 a kilowatt hour, somewhere between $0.01—5 a kilowatt hour — also a carbon—free energy source. those technologies have really

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HARDtalk

that will help the fog to form. and also notice that blobs of blue, white are starting to appear in other parts of the country. that's an indication of the winds shifting around the uk and perhaps pushing in some of the wintry showers to areas that haven't seen anything so far. so, yes, the outlook staying cold, not desperately cold by day, certainly not subzero for most of us, but chilly nights. and of course, you can track the weather as always on our fabulous weather app, bye—bye.

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HARDtalk

existential threat, right, it started when we were roaming the savannah looking for food, and then, we realised we could engineer the earth and make food. and that was the dawn of agriculture. and every time humans have faced some sort of existential threat, and it has been many times in our history — and we always seem to think we are facing an existential threat, perhaps we're hard—wired evolutionarily to think that — our ingenuity always seems to prevail. some new invention or engineering, or discovery has enabled some revolution in abundance for humankind. and so, there are countless examples. well, i would counter that with the notion of the law of unintended consequences. yes, human history shows us so many different ways in which technologies have progressed human capacities. but if we think of the last great technological era of revolution, that is the, sort of, the steam engine, the combustion engine, the industrial revolution,

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NBC Nightly News With Lester Holt

passing protections for same sex and interracial couples in bipartisan fashion just as the senate did last week. >> being gay is normal. >> reporter: the bill acts as a safety net should the supreme court reverse its 2015 ruling enshrining the right for same sex couples to marry. it requires all states recognize same sex marriages as legally valid, though it doesn't compel states to issue marriage licenses. still, it stops old laws from snapping back into place in the absence of court protection, which created an uneven patchwork of rules across the country after roe. >> michigan is one of those states that still has a constitutional amendment that would not recognize our legal marriage. >> reporter: but at least this law now says they have to. >> yes. >> and that's what's beautiful about it. >> reporter: ali vitali, nbc news, washington. in 60 seconds, are black families investigated more than others for child welfare issues? stunning numbers in onone countyy and didisturbing q questions in ourur series "t"the ununprotected.d." nextxt. who are e positive fofor acetylchcholine receptptor antibododies, itit may feel l like the w wd is movining without t you.

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Erin Burnett OutFront

home, there are still major questions tonight about why griner was the only one exchanged for the so-called merchant of death. the dramatic moment of the high stakes prisoner swap, brittney griner in the red coat walking towards the american plane. coming towards them state department roger carstnage who was hugged by a russian official. griner is leaving detention and boarding the plane in the snow. her passport returned, griner smiles knowing she's heading home. >> are you ready for flight? >> yes. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> back in the u.s. griner's wife sherrell was invited to the white house. >> today i'm standing here overwhelmed with emotions but the most important emotion i have is sincere gratitude for president biden and his entire administration. >> the release was the culmination of many months of

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Tucker Carlson Tonight

turning point usa college kids where they had to go home and stare at a screen all day long. i started tweeting about that. apparently that was a threat. my question, though, tucker is, were they told to do this by anthony fauci? were they told to do this by the federal government? were my tweets somehow able to create viral countermessaging to what they wanteded to see happen in 2020? we may never know, but twitter at its best, when it was really something that was worthy of appreciation, i hope it gets there soon, was a place where opposite ideas were able to spread and rally and hold people powerful accountable. i happened to have one of those accounts for a couple of years and twitter went out of their way to censor it. >> tucker: let me ask you, did you complain, you understood the platform so you knew something fake was happening, someone was putting a thumb on the scale, did you complain to twitter about it? >> yes, i did.

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BBC News

temperatures for most of us touching around about three to five celsius. and then the following night, so friday night into early saturday, again, these are the inner city values with lower temperatures expected in rural spots. so this weekend, of course, it's staying cold, but freezing fog, lingering freezing fog could be a problem. now, let's have a look at the forecast map, then. and you can see a low pressure establishing itself across the uk. that means lighter winds if we're in the centre of the low. that will help the fog to form. and also notice that blobs of blue, white are starting to appear in other parts of the country. that's an indication of the winds shifting around the uk and perhaps pushing in some of the wintry showers to areas that haven't seen anything so far. so, yes, the outlook staying cold, not desperately cold by day, certainly not subzero for most of us, but chilly nights. and of course, you can track the weather as always on ourfabulous weather app, bye—bye.

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The ReidOut

>> good evening, everyone. i'm jason johnson in for joy reid. we begin tonight with the release of brittney griner. the wnba star who had been detained in russia for ten months is coming home after the biden administration negotiated her release from a russian penal colony in a one for one swap for russian armed dealer viktor bout. this is video released by russian state police showing griner leaving her place of detention. after all this time, we got to hear griner when she was told she was going home. >> what's your mood? >> happy. >> are you ready for the flight? >> yes. >> do you know where we're heading to? >> no, i don't know. >> you're flying back home. >> to the u.s. >> to the u.s. >> everything will be fine.

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Anderson Cooper 360

>> admiral john kirby, i appreciate it. thank you. >> yes, sir. >> we're going to have much more on this tonight as we wait for brittney griner's return. next, the man who got sent to russia, the so-called merchant of death. who the was viktor bout in his heyday, and who is he now? does he still pose a threat to americans. later, breaking news on two fronts and the growing world of legal jeopardy for the former president. new action by the justice department and new cnn reporting on who the january 6th committee is considering criminal referrals for in addition to the former president. it's what sanctuary could look like.e... feel like... sound like... even smell like. more on that soon. ♪ ♪ the best part? the prequel is pretty sweet too. ♪ ♪

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