Severe Thunderstorms Impact South Central Texas
The National Weather Service (NWS) issued multiple severe thunderstorm warnings for parts of south central Texas on Friday, April 28, as a https://twitter.com/NWSSanAntonio/status/1652099193639702528 line of fierce storms swept the region. Timelapse footage by Chad Casey captured shows a storm system dumping heavy rain down on Hearne, some 90 miles northeast of Austin. The NWS was tracking the storms as they moved east across the coastal plains, and https://twitter.com/NWSSanAntonio/status/1652115360534118400 warned of "large hail and damaging winds." (Footage by Chad Casey/Storyful via Getty Images UGC)
BANK ROBBER ARRAIGNED IN HOSPITAL BED (1998)
While the Hardy family is calming down from yesterday's events, the suspect in yesterday's drama was arraigned.....in his hospital bed. Chad Austin is recovering from a minor bullet wound he sustained as police struggled to subdue him inside the house.
LE 20H: [show of February 28, 2021]
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USA: LEGAL CHALLENGES TO FLORIDA JUDGEMENT
TAPE_NUMBER: EF00/1314 IN_TIME: 20:30:44 - 22:12:01 LENGTH: 02:59 SOURCES: All APTN except shots 14-15 = ABC RESTRICTIONS: FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: English/Nat XFA The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday refused to order Miami-Dade County officials to resume a handcount of presidential election ballots, dealing a blow to Al Gore's efforts to cut into George W. Bush's lead in the state. Gore had asked the court in an emergency Thanksgiving Day appeal to restart ballot counting in the county, which they said was "being frustrated by a deliberate campaign of delay and intimidation of local officials." Vote counters in Broward County, Florida didn't take the holiday off either, as their hand count went forward in order to make the Sunday deadline imposed by the state's highest court. The news Al Gore had dreaded came late on Thanksgiving Day. A spokesman for the Supreme Court in Florida said that the U-S Vice President's appeal to force Miami-Dade vote counters to complete their hand recount had been rejected. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I am going to read this statement and I will not take any questions afterwards. This is an order of the court. The court has considered the petition for writ of quo warrento, writ of mandamus, prohibition, or such other writ the court deems appropriate under its all writs authority. An alternative emergency petition for writ of mandemus and the writ is denied without prejudice to any party raising any issue presented in the writ in any future proceeding. No motion for rehearing will be allowed. It is signed unanimously by all seven justices." SUPER CAPTION: Craig Waters, Florida Supreme Court Spokesman Democrats had filed their appeal earlier on Thanksgiving Day asking the Florida Supreme Court to force Miami-Dade County officials to resume a manual recount it unexpectedly abandoned a day before. The Democrats first went to a state appeals court Wednesday night after the exhausted Miami-Dade election board stopped its counting - leaving Al Gore without a hope of picking up votes there and cutting into George W. Bush's lead in the state's presidential election. The state Supreme Court had set a Sunday deadline for Miami-Dade and two other counties to get recount totals into the state so the election could be certified. Gore spokesman Doug Hattaway said Thursday the state high court was being asked to order the Miami-Dade board to resume and complete the full hand count or at least the 10,000 votes - those with possible indented chads that machines didn't read the first time. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Well, the law actually says that if you undertake a recount and find that there is enough discrepancy in the votes to effect the outcome of the election, the law actually requires you to do a hand recount. And the Miami-Dade board doesn't have the discretion there. And the Supreme Court ordered the canvassing board to count the votes. We don't think their deadline is an excuse to stop counting." SUPER CAPTION: Doug Hattaway, Gore Campaign Spokesman Election officials in Broward County, Florida gave up their Thanksgiving holiday to continue the tedious but critical hand recount of contested ballots in the November 7 presidential election. Most of the county's ballots have already been counted, but 2 thousand remain in question as to who voters intended to vote for. UPSOUND: (English) "...But they voted for nothing else. And it would appear to me that if they took the trouble to go to the polling place on election day they would have voted for somebody, and it appears they voted for George Bush." SUPER CAPTION: Ballot inspector in counting room Officials are trying to determine if indentations on ballot cards accurately reflect voter intent. Normally, a hole is punched in the card when a vote is cast. But the Broward election officials are studying closely so-called dimpled, or pregnant, chads --those votes where the small perforated square was not released from the ballot card. Meanwhile, Texas Governor George W. Bush took a morning jog outside the governor's mansion in Austin. His running mate, Dick Cheney, was hospitalized yesterday in Washington, DC after suffering a mild heart attack. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I wish everybody, going to wish all my friends and family a happy Thanksgiving. And I wish you all a happy Thanksgiving. Beautiful day for it here in Texas." SUPER CAPTION: George W. Bush, Republican Presidential Candidate Bush has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to bar the use of hand-counted ballots entirely in Florida's fiercely contested presidential election. Lawyers for the Republican candidate filed two appeals Wednesday with the highest U-S court and asked the justices to grant quick review. However, they did not file any emergency request for an immediate halt to the recount. SHOTLIST: Tallahassee & Broward County, Florida; Austin, Texas & File - November 23, 2000 POOL - Tallahassee 1. Court ruling being handed to journalists 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Craig Waters, Florida Supreme Court Spokesman APTN - Tallahassee, Florida 3. Exterior of Florida Supreme Court Building 4. Tight shot of Supreme Court frieze 5. Gore legal team walking boxes up courthouse steps 6. Cutaway 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Doug Hattaway, Gore Legal Advisor Broward County POOL 8. Wide shot of counting room 9. Man looking at ballot 10. Judges inspecting ballot 11. UPSOUND: (English) Ballot inspector in counting room 12. Observers in booth 13. Court reporter typing transcript File ABC 14. Zoom in to "hanging chad" 15. Extreme close-up of "dimpled chad" Austin, Texas APTN 16. Bush jogging away from governor's mansion 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) George W. Bush, Republican Presidential Candidate 18. Bush walks into governor's mansion?
POP MUSIC
INTERVIEW CONTINUES: Pete Fornatale 36:08 That's Humble Pie and stone cold fever. At the time when my guest Peter Frampton was a member of the band. Peter, is it also true that your writing style changed during the Humble Pie years? Peter Frampton 36:24 Yes, I mean, we started off as a band being very overly democratic. And as much as anything anybody wrote, We all whether it was Jerry, Greg, Steve or myself, we just did it. And that was it. Because we'd all been in bands where there had been someone that was like the guy that said, You're doing my songs, and that's it. You know? So it was an and Steve was very, very much aware of that, you know, that he he didn't want to, he could have written everything at twice the speed of everybody else. He was Austin. He was he was really prolific, you know. And, but he didn't, and he wanted to write with the band and everything. So he we sort of did I think we belittled ourselves to start with, in as much as we didn't what Glyn John's was when we did our third record, Glyn John's was the person that took us aside and said, Look, I think what we should do for this album is you can all write the songs. That's not not a problem. He said. He pointed to Steve said, You're the singer. Greg, you're the bass player. Jerry, you're the drummer. And Peter's the lead guitarist. Why don't we approach it that way for this album, and it was the first one that made any noise and it sort of narrowed our direction. And it was the way it should have been to start with, you know, but we experimented until we found the way we should go, but he was absolutely 100%. Right. Pete Fornatale 37:52 But you were also hearing different influences at that point. Then the Buddy Holly Peter Frampton 37:57 Oh yeah, we were listening to Dr. John the night tripper, the band, Buffalo Springfield, you know, Pete Fornatale 38:06 Mary, it was a sponge for that stuff. Right? And, yes, pass it along to you. Peter Frampton 38:11 Absolutely. And country stuff as well. He was very much into into good country. Pete Fornatale 38:18 In one of those odd situations, Humble Pie had its biggest success with that live album recorded at our own Fillmore East here in New York. And you had already left the group ever have any second thoughts or regrets about that? Peter Frampton 38:35 Well? Well, I was obviously a part of that show and part of the record. And, in fact, we all make some of it but I mix most of it with Eddie Kramer, the, the great engineer in New York at Electric Lady, you know, Jimmy's Jimi Hendrix studio. And so then, when, when Dee Anthony came over to London to bring us the cover, to show us the cover, I said, Can I have a meeting with you alone first, and so I laid it out for him. I said, like, I'm, I think I'm gonna, well, I know I'm gonna leave, you know, before the album comes out, because I think now would be an easier time and he said, You're nuts. You're crazy. This is going to be a big album. I said, maybe it is and and I hope it is. And if it is, I'll probably think I've made the worst decision of my career already. But I say I gotta go do my own. I'm ready to do something else. And I, we then called Steve and he called me every name in the book, you know, I was hurt, you know, and I was, it was, it was not an easy decision for me because it was like I said, it was it was such a fantastic band to be a part of. And it wasn't because I didn't like humble pie at all. It was that I had to, I felt the need. I wasn't being as All filled as I figured I could be I was I'd come of age. And I needed to lead my own situation. Pete Fornatale 40:07 So it was in a sense, like starting all over again, constructing that, that solo career. One of the things you did in the interim was some session work with some very beloved musicians. You want to tell us a little bit about that? Peter Frampton 40:22 Yes, well, I started off doing some sessions, actually for a musical director called John Paul Jones, who was then going to be in Led Zeppelin, the bass player. I did some sessions for him, and became like his guitarist of choice for a couple of different things and, and then I bumped into a friend in Wardour Street, who worked for George Harrison. And he said, Do you want to come down and George is recording in, in in Trident studios down around the corner? So I said, Yes. So we went in, and I'll never forget it. We walked into the control room, and George was like, where that chair is over there. And he just looked up and he said, Hello Pete, you know, and I thought, oh, gosh, I look back. I thought Pete Townsend was behind me or something. But it was like, I guess he does know who I am, because I've been on the telly too, you know, so it was a very strong moment. And he said, Look, I'm producing this, this album for Doris Troy right now we're in the middle of cutting this, this track, would you like to play guitar, you know, and so he handed me his cherry, sunburst 1959 Les Paul and said, off you go sort of thing. And I walked down and there's Ringo, on drums. And Klaus Volman on bass and Nicky Hopkins on piano usual suspects. Yes. Just and I'm going you know, Chris Spedding was the the other guitar player. I mean, just, I thought, you know, I died and gone to have it. You know, it was unbelievable. Unbelievable. So then I very quietly started playing rhythm. Once George had shown me the chords and he stopped the band. He said, No, date. I want you to play lead. So that was it. I thought, Oh, dear. So, you know, that was, that was one that I'll never forget. And then through that, I got introduced to Harry Nelson. And the same old suspects. Were on that one and the son of Milson. We toured with the herd with the who, so the ox, John Entwistle was doing a solo album, and he asked me to play on that. So I played on that played on Nicky Hopkins, and then I go blank, but I did so many sessions, but those are the ones that really stand out. Pete Fornatale 43:03 I want to stick with George for a second for an obvious reason. But you played on the All Things must pass session to you does a specific track from that album that you were involved with come to mind? Peter Frampton 43:18 Well, it's more that I mean, I mean, a lot of things happen. I'm sitting in, in, in Abbey Road, the big studio where they did Sergeant Pepper, and I'm sitting next to George and the rest of band Badfinger. And we're all on acoustics. And he brought over Pete Drake, Bob Dylan recommended because they wrote if not for you together. And he recommended that he bring Pete Drake from Nashville who played on Nashville Skyline who was one of the top pedal steel session players in Nashville. And, and Pete in a slow moment, got out a homemade TalkBox and, and even had a hit in the 60s a country hit called I Am the guitar and he started doing it for me. And I I almost went myself. Yes. Oh, yeah, absolutely. That sound you know, it's like, Oh, my God. And so I said, where do you get those? He said, why I made my mon you know, so it was an Pete remained a friend until we've lost him now, but he was a fantastic person. So that's where I first saw that but I think the thing that I remember most was after we'd lay down the tracks, I think I played live with everybody on about six tracks, mostly the acoustic country type ones. And then George called me up and I live around the corner. I still say it's only because I live around the corner. He got me on the record. I was close by and he called up and said Uh, Phil, Phil Spector. Phil wants more acoustics. So I said, Oh God, um, I'll be right there. So, jumps in the car literally. And just 10 minutes later I'm back at Abbey Road with the old acoustic. And it's done. I realize it's just him and me, you know, and we're sitting in front of the glass, Phil Spector's in there complaining about his stomach ulcer, you know, and and we're going through every track that's got acoustics. And I, when people say how many tracks Did you plan? I don't know. But a lot, you know, anything that there's acoustic on? I'm probably somewhere in there. And between between reels. George started jamming and what do you do your join in? And then that is probably people say, well, what's the greatest moment in your career? And I say, well, it's not what you think it is. It's sitting next to George Harrison in front of Phil Spector and Abbey Road jamming. Pete Fornatale 46:08 Wow. You have paid lovely, lovely tribute to George on the new CD now by covering one of his most famous songs. Peter Frampton 46:19 Yeah. A bold move. But we we were doing a benefit in Cincinnati for 911. And I was trying to introduce reintroduce local Cincinnati talent, which is King Records was was there which Freddie Freddie King James Brown. All the kings recorded their blues. Yeah, it's so much so much history, and they don't really know you know, that. It's it. It was right off. 71 right there. So anyway. So we were doing we set up i i partnered with the local promotion there and team and we put on this benefit for 911. And then we when we would do as we were doing it, we lost George in the end of November in 2001. And so before we hit the soundcheck, I asked everybody to just freshen up on on While My Guitar Gently Weeps. And so we did it the soundcheck sounded pretty good. And I thought it would be a nice way to leave the audience with that one, too. It is our last number. And it will be a nice tribute, say goodbye salute to George Harrison. And we played it. And I felt like it was one of those really strange moments when you feel like you're miming to a record didn't feel like it was like, I think it was the emotion of the evening. And it sort of played itself. I felt like he was there with us. You know, it was really a wonderful feeling. And there was that, you know, when something affects an audience and they don't know, it's finished for a second or two, and there was this like, sort of Pin drop silence for a second, and then they just went nuts, you know, and it was, obviously, everyone got caught up in the emotion of everything. But I think that was the reason we all came off. And I think Bob and Chad John just said, we should try that. When we do the album. What don't you think? And I said, I got a little thing I'm a little worried about there. Eric Clapton played the solo on the original. And so that's a little bit of a stumbling block for me. So anyway, I, I sort of put that out of my mind. I quoted him but then I went off and did my own style. Pete Fornatale 48:50 Not that you need to hear it from me, but it's a beautiful, beautiful version. Peter Frampton 48:55 Well, thank you. Pete Fornatale 48:56 Let's listen on mixbag radio.
Texas: the orphans of donald trump
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Cee Lo Green, Dallas Austin, Chad Hugo, Catherine Brewton, Seal, Claude Kelly, BC Jean, Bonnie McKee at the BMI's 'How I Wrote That Song' Panel at West Hollywood CA. (Footage by WireImage Video/GettyImages)
Cee Lo Green, Dallas Austin, Chad Hugo, Catherine Brewton, Seal, Claude Kelly, BC Jean, Bonnie McKee at the BMI's 'How I Wrote That Song' Panel at West Hollywood CA. (Footage by WireImage Video/GettyImages)
Legislative On Line
The 76th legislature is going online next week.
USA: FLORIDA BALLOT RECOUNT LATEST
TAPE_NUMBER: EF00/1313 IN_TIME: 18:25:05 - 19:09:25 // 19:30:44 LENGTH: 03:06 SOURCES: All APTN/POOL except shots 14-15 = ABC RESTRICTIONS: FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: English/Nat XFA In spite of the Thanksgiving holiday, Vice President Al Gore legal team filed an appeal in the Florida Supreme Court to force Miami-Dade County to restart their recount. Vote counters in Broward County, Florida didn't take the holiday off either, as their hand count went forward in order to make the Sunday deadline imposed by the state's highest court. Democrats filed an appeal on Thanksgiving Day asking the Florida Supreme Court to force Miami-Dade County officials to resume a manual recount it unexpectedly abandoned a day before. The Democrats first went to a state appeals court Wednesday night after the exhausted Miami-Dade election board stopped its counting - leaving Al Gore without a hope of picking up votes there and cutting into George W. Bush's lead in the state's presidential election. The state Supreme Court had set a 5 P.m. Sunday deadline for Miami-Dade and two other counties to get recount totals into the state so the election could be certified. Gore spokesman Doug Hattaway said Thursday the state high court was being asked to order the Miami-Dade board to resume and complete the full hand count or at least the 10,000 votes - those with possible indented chads that machines didn't read the first time. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Well, the law actually says that if you undertake a recount and find that there is enough discrepancy in the votes to effect the outcome of the election, the law actually requires you to do a hand recount. And the Miami-Dade board doesn't have the discretion there. And the Supreme Court ordered the canvassing board to count the votes. We don't think their deadline is an excuse to stop counting." SUPER CAPTION: Doug Hattaway, Gore Campaign Spokesman The Florida Supreme Court Spokesman says the justices are away from the courthouse today to celebrate Thanksgiving, but they are being given the Gore campaign's documents as soon as possible. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Vice President Gore's attorney filed a petition, a writ of mandate seeking other relief in the court. The court now has the matter under advisement. We have been contacting the justices wherever they are located, making sure that they get copies of this petition to read. The court is aware of the urgency of this particular matter, and will be doing the best it can to come up with a determination as quickly as possible." SUPER CAPTION: Craig Waters, Florida Supreme Court Spokesman Waters said the Bush attorneys would have a chance to respond to the brief if the claim is not rejected outright by the court. Election officials in Broward County, Florida are giving up their Thanksgiving holiday to continue the tedious but critical hand recount of contested ballots in the November 7 presidential election. Most of the county's ballots have already been counted, but 2 thousand remain in question as to who voters intended to vote for. UPSOUND: (English) "...But they voted for nothing else. And it would appear to me that if they took the trouble to go to the polling place on election day they would have voted for somebody, and it appears they voted for George Bush." SUPER CAPTION: Ballot inspector in counting room Officials are trying to determine if indentations on ballot cards accurately reflect voter intent. Normally, a hole is punched in the card when a vote is cast. But the Broward election officials are studying closely so-called dimpled, or pregnant, chads --those votes where the small perforated square was not released from the ballot card. Meanwhile, Texas Governor George W. Bush took a morning jog outside the governor's mansion in Austin. His running mate, Dick Cheney, was hospitalized yesterday in Washington, DC after suffering a mild heart attack. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I wish everybody, going to wish all my friends and family a happy Thanksgiving. And I wish you all a happy Thanksgiving. Beautiful day for it here in Texas." SUPER CAPTION: George W. Bush, Republican Presidential Candidate Bush has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to bar the use of hand-counted ballots in Florida's fiercely contested presidential election. Lawyers for the Republican candidate filed two appeals Wednesday with the highest U.S. court and asked the justices to grant quick review. However, they did not file any emergency request for an immediate halt to the recount. SHOTLIST: November 23, 2000 - Tallahassee & Broward County, Florida; Austin, Texas & File Tallahassee, Florida (APTN) 1. Exterior of Florida Supreme Court Building 2. Tight shot of Supreme Court frieze 3. Gore legal team walking boxes up courthouse steps 4. Cutaway 6. SOUNDBITE: Doug Hattaway, Gore Legal Advisor 7. Pan down to Waters at podium 8. SOUNDBITE: Craig Waters, Florida Supreme Court Spokesman Broward County (POOL) 9. Wide shot of counting room 10. Man looking at ballot 11. Judges inspecting ballot 12. UPSOUND: Ballot inspector in counting room 13. Observers in booth 13. Court reporter typing transcript File (ABC) 14. Zoom in to "hanging chad" 15. Extreme close-up of "dimpled chad" Austin, Texas (APTN) 16. Bush jogging away from governor's mansion 17. SOUNDBITE: George W. Bush, Republican Presidential Candidate 18. Bush walks into governor's mansion?
LE 20H: [broadcast of September 08, 2014]
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Chad - Austin - Sentencing 1998
HE'S BEEN ON TV SCREENS ACROSS THE NATION, FIRST AS A HOSTAGE TAKER AND THEN AS HIS OWN ATTORNEY. BUT TONIGHT CHAD AUSTIN HAS BEEN SENTENCED BY A JUROR TO THIRTY YEARS IN PRISON FOR TAKING A SALEM FATHER AND HIS TWO SONS HOSTAGE LAST FEBRUARY.
USA: BALLOT COUNTING
TAPE_NUMBER: EF00/1299 IN_TIME: 04:00:44 - 07:23:16 - 10:09:40 LENGTH: 03:46 SOURCES: All APTN except shots 1- 4 = POOL; shots 11 -12 = ABC RESTRICTIONS: FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: English/Nat XFA It now appears that the American election may boil down to the now fabled "dimpled chad" -- a paper ballot that is not punched at all but appears to be depressed. On Sunday Republicans accused the Broward County canvassing board of bowing to political pressure after the board reversed a decision to disqualify ballots with dimple or one corner chads. In Austin Bush campaign spokesman, Marc Racicot, denounced the continuation of any recount. He said Governor George W. Bush has won on every count and recount since November seventh. Meanwhile in Florida, ballot counting and sorting continued through the afternoon. Democrats are fighting to keep the recount active, and to ensure that the tallies are included in the certification of the vote. But Republicans say the recounts violate the law and are especially prone to inaccuracy and fraud. Gore's lawyers planned to ask the Supreme Court to establish a uniform standard for all three counties, preferring rules that give officials great discretion to discern voters' intent when punch-out ballots are only slightly punctured. Florida's Supreme Court is due to rule on the eligibility of manual recounts in the presidential vote on Monday. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We have already had one count of the votes and Governor Bush won that count almost two weeks ago. Now we have a second state wide recount and Bush won that as well. After an effort by Al Gore to reject the votes of as many members of the Armed Forces as they could. Governor Bush's margin of victory in fact increased." SUPER CAPTION: Marc Racicot, Governor of Montana, Bush campaign spokesman SOUNDBITE: (English) "The Gore Campaign fears they will lose the manual recount without what's called dimpled ballots. A dimpled ballot is a paper ballot that is not punched at all but appears to be depressed. If a voter did touch that punch mark, they may have paused, but took no action." SUPER CAPTION: Marc Racicot, Governor of Montana, Bush campaign spokesman SOUNDBITE: (English) "Now that the votes have been counted and recounted and the absentee ballots are in, the Democrats know exactly how many votes they need to turn this election around. This appears to be an attempt to get the votes they need by eliminating any standards or fairness in the process. SUPER CAPTION: Ray Sullivan, Republican Observer, Broward County SOUNDBITE: (English) "The canvassing board this morning, based on the advice of counsel, revised their standard to a more accurate standard." Q: Which means what now? What's going to happen? "Well, they're going to be using a more accurate standard in determining voter intent. Q: So, at this point, we don't know if the dimples will actually be considered or not? "Again, I think what their attorneys advised them under Florida law is that you just can't say two corners is voter intent. You have cases where literally someone voted on everything on the ballot, they punched a hole through the chad, it's obvious what their intent was and for whatever reason the chad didn't fall out. And, its clearly a ballot of voter intent for that particular candidate." SUPER CAPTION: Peter Deutsch, Florida Democrat Representative SOUNDBITE: (English) "I've been a lawyer much too long to say something one day in advance of argument. Courts like to make their own decisions, so we'll just be there and we'll make the best arguments we can and hope for the best." SUPER CAPTION: Warren Christopher, Gore Campaign Advisor SHOTLIST: Austin, Texas and Palm Beach and Tallahassee, Florida - 19 November 2000 POOL - Austin, Texas 1. Wide shot - Governor enters conference room 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Marc Racicot, Governor of Montana, Bush Campaign spokesman 3. Cutaway 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Marc Racicot, Governor of Montana, Bush Campaign spokesman APTN - Palm Beach, Florida 5. Close up counting ballots - pull out to show canvass leader 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ray Sullivan, Republican Observer, Broward County 8. Close up ballot, pull out to show canvass table 9. Close up face of canvasser - with other people looking over ballot 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Peter Deutsch, Florida Democrat Representative ABC - Tallahassee, Florida 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Warren Christopher, Gore Campaign Advisor 12. Warren Christopher crosses road?
Supercell Produces Incredible Lightning Show Near Groesbeck as Tornado Warnings Issued Across Texas
A supercell produced an incredible lightning show near Groesbeck, Texas, as stormy conditions prompted multiple tornado warnings in the state on the evening of March 21. Severe storms were expected to bring multiple tornadoes near the Austin area on the evening of March 21, the https://twitter.com/NWS/status/1506037334906740738 National Weather Service said. The forecast prompted a https://twitter.com/NWStornado/status/1506000791210889216 Tornado Watch for a large part of the state. These videos taken by Chad Casey shows lightning flashes illuminating the night sky near Groesbeck in Limestone County. (Footage by Chad Casey/Storyful via Getty Images UGC)
The Hazards of Jenga
Jenga is a seemingly innocuous game designed for light-hearted fun. Sadly this is not always the reality. A range of tried and tested approaches exist for this game. There are the cautious players who carefully poke through the middle piece, the gamblers who will risk toppling the entire tower just to put their opponent on the back foot, and the strategist who will poke and prod every single piece in the tower before making a selection. When you move the game outside, increase the size of the pieces, and introduce alcohol to the equation, the entire foundation of the game changes, allowing spectacular fails such as this one to occur! (Footage By YouTube/Chad Krasnow/Storyful via Getty Images)
[United States: earthquakes in Oklahoma]
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Bush campaign Chair Don Evans presser re: Iowa and Florida recounts
[Bush campaign Chair Don Evans presser re: Iowa and Florida recounts] [AUSTIN, TEXAS] 14:02:58 last night gov. bush announced 3 principles: 14:03:05 first, we believe this must be fair... that is why we supported the automatic recount. everyone in florida has had their vote counted once... and recounted... 14:03:29 second, the results muist be accurate... but as we watch this unfold, the more we see it is not... the more these ballots are... 78 pieces of chad were dislodged... how can a manual recount be accurate when the baloots are changing before our very eyes? 14:04:09 it is not up to the gore camp or ours to determine this... it is written in the laws of the land... we believe these laws must be respected... the deadline in Iowa is this evening... very narrow 3/10 of one percent... many of our supporters have urged us to contest this result... but to do his part to ensure the fairness, accuracy and finality, gov. bush has decided not to challenge those results... 14:05:12 gov. bush believes the time has arrived for the process of moving forward... a concluding deadline comes in tomorrow night at midnight in florida... 14:05:35 win or lose, this election will be over. for the sake of our countrey and so we can begin to unite our nation, this will be honored. thank you and god bless... 14:05:58 exits 14:06:38 bars 14:12:45 MS Evans enters, takes podium 14:12:50 push in to CU on Evans 14:12:59 WS cutaway 14:13:04 cut to MS back angle cutaway 14:13:12 cut to VS of pool press 14:13:44 cut to MTS Evans sideshot, pull to MS as he gathers his papers and exits
AUSTIN TRIAL (10-13-1998)
CHAD AUSTIN ON TRIAL AS HE TRIES TO EXPLAIN HOW HE TRIED TO SURRENDER TO OFFICERS WHO WERE PURSUING HIM. AUSTIN IS ON TRIAL FOR TAKING A SALEM FATHER AND HIS TWO SONS HOSTAGE.
SECRETARY OF DEFENSE LLOYD AUSTIN HOLDS HONOR CORDON FOR FRENCH MINISTER
FS22 AUSTIN HONORS CORDON FRENCH POOL 2 0800 NBC POOL SECRETARY OF DEFENSE LLOYD AUSTIN HOLDS HONOR CORDON AND MEETING WELCOMING FRENCH MINISTER OF THE ARMED FORCES FLORENCE PARTY TO THE PENTAGON. Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III; French Minister of the Armed Forces Florence Parly SECRETARY OF DEFENSE LLOYD J. AUSTIN III: Well, bonjour, and thank you for joining us today, Madam Minister. It's very good to see you again so soon after our last meeting in Brussels, and I'm delighted to host you here at the Pentagon. I've been looking forward to this for quite some time. It's not lost on me that your visit falls between our prospective (sic) independence days, July 4th and July 14th. It's an honor to have the chance to meet with our first ally at a time of year when we celebrate the democratic values that we share. Our cooperation in NATO, the Sahel and the Middle East are a key to our long-standing partnership, which is grounded in common strategic interests, our shared understanding of the importance of diplomacy and a powerful interest in preserving the international rules-based order. Today, as you well know, some of our competitors are working to undermine the stable and open order that we both support. So in the Indo-Pacific in particular, France is an ideal partner for the United States as we work to bolster our shared interests in the region. In Europe, we look forward to continuing to consult with France, as well as our other NATO allies and partners, as the Department of Defense moves forth with its strategic reviews and as we continue to confront an increasingly-aggressive Russia. We'll also spend some time today discussing our cooperation in the Sahel, where France and coalition forces from Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania and Niger work to bring peace and security to the region. The United States is proud to support our French and African partners. Closer to home, we'll also discuss implementing deliverables that we agreed upon at the NATO leaders summit and at -- and the U.S.-E.U. summit in June, and of course, we thank France for your contributions in Afghanistan since the very beginning of operations there in 2001. We thank the French people and the French military who served bravely alongside us for the last 20 years. And now it's time for us to end that war, and we appreciate the coordination we've had as together, we and our NATO allies have begun to transition to a new relationship with our Afghan partners. I'm also looking forward to our -- to continuing our efforts in other areas and discussing new areas for potential cooperation, and to that end, I am especially pleased that later today, we'll be visiting USCYBERCOMMAND together, where the United States is working to develop our defenses and build up our resilience against adversaries in cyberspace. I know you have also made cybersecurity a top priority, and that France has developed a cybersecurity strategy to mitigate risk and increase its capabilities. Our countries have a strong shared interest in protecting our critical infrastructure and that of our allies, including cyber infrastructure, and that's a foundation for our future cooperation in the area of technological infrastructure more broadly. And finally, I'm looking forward to signing the Special Operations Forces roadmap, which paves the way for enhanced cooperation between our Special Operations Forces, who have a long history of working together on a number of issues. And so Madam Minister, I hope that your visit to Washington will be a memorable one. I'm looking forward to our time together and to deepening the U.S.-France partnership on defense issues. Merci beaucoup. FRENCH MINISTER OF THE ARMED FORCES FLORENCE PARLY: Thank you very much, Mr. Secretary. I've been very (inaudible), because I want first and foremost to thank you very much for your warm welcome. I'm very delighted to continue the discussions we started in Brussels a -- a few weeks ago. Our cooperation is already very strong and deep, especially in the field of operations, and we want to seize every opportunity to strengthen it. Intelligence, space and cyber are also domains where we cooperate more and more. I met, a few days ago, General Dickinson in Paris, and it was a -- a very good symbol of the relationship we are going to create more and more in the future. I also want to thank you sincerely for your support in the Sahel. Today, President Macron unveiled the broad outlines of the transformation of Operation Barkhane. Your support will continue to be needed in the fight against terrorism and we are very grateful for it. France and the United States are known to be the oldest allies. These are not just pretty words; they reflect something real. We are allies in words and deeds. Thank you.
Coast Guard Rescues 900-Pound Endangered Sea Turtle Tangled in Buoys in Nantucket
A 900-pound leatherback turtle was rescued in Nantucket, Massachusetts, on June 11 after being spotted tangled in a collection of buoys. Video recorded by Mark Sousa shows the massive turtle struggling in https://twitter.com/ACKCurrent/status/1536112924938338304 Nantucket Harbor . After spotting the creature floundering, Sousa and his friends called the Coast Guard to help. Sousa told Storyful the large turtle was approximately seven feet long. According to https://www.nantucketcurrent.com/entangled-900-pound-sea-turtle-rescued-in-nantucket-harbor local media, the turtle was caught in a tangle of scallop collectors belonging to the Nantucket Natural Resources Department. Coast Guard Petty Officer Chad Austin, who was among the crew that extricated the turtle from the buoys, told the https://www.nantucketcurrent.com/entangled-900-pound-sea-turtle-rescued-in-nantucket-harbor Nantucket Current , "It was the biggest turtle IÕd ever seen." The freed turtle was last seen diving under the water and swimming away, local media said. (Footage by Mark Sousa/Storyful via Getty Images UGC)
Election 2000-Florida Recount
NVS0190 0000/00/00 NVS0190 Subject: Election 2000-Florida Recount Old Title: Political #92 Source: APTN/Pool S-Green I-TBD 01:00:02 200754 11/14/2000 APTN/Pool: Palm Beach 1. Ballots being removed from Palm Beach Municipal Building 2. Truck leaving building 3. Demonstrators outside Municipal Building Washington, DC 4. Vice President Al Gore comes out of White House 5. Cutaway 6. SOUNDBITE(English) Al Gore, Democratic Presidential candidate 7. Cutaway Austin, Texas 8. Karen Hughes two shot 9. Large crowd of journalists around Karen Hughes 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Karen Hughes, Bush campaign spokesperson 11. Demonstrators outside governor's mansion in Austin Palm Beach, Florida 12. Rev. Jesse Jackson at podium on stage 13. Shot of recount rally 14. Close up of Rev. Jesse Jackson 15. Applause by audience 16. Wide view - recount rally 01:02:33 200745 11/14/2000 APTN: Washington DC, USA 1. Meeting room with reporters 2. Reporter writing 3. Cutaway - cameras 4. Two men at front table exchange places 5. Cutaway - classified document 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sam Buffone, lawyer for Orlando Letelier family 7. Cutaway of CIA material 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Peter Kornbluh, Chilean Documents Project 10. Close up view of Henry Kissinger document to Nixon 11. Two men at head table 12. Cutaway of reporters 01:06:11 200966 11/16/2000 APTN/Pool: Pool -- Austin, Texas 1. Exterior of Governor's mansion, crowd outside waiting for Bush to speak 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Texas Governor George W. Bush APTN -- Broward County, Florida 3. Wide shot of room, people counting ballots 4. Close shot, women counting Pool -- Washington, DC 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Texas Governor George W. Bush Pool -- Washington, DC 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vice President Al Gore APTN -- Broward County, Florida 7. Mid shot, men counting 8. Person walking with ballots Pool -- Tallahassee, Florida 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Katherine Harris, Florida Secretary of State APTN - Tallahassee, Florida 10. Wide shot of state supreme court 11. Various shots, petition Katherine Harris filed Pool -- Tallahassee, Florida 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) William Daley, Gore Campaign APTN -- Tallahassee, Florida 13. Exterior, Florida Supreme Court, with camera crews on steps 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Robert Craig Waters/Public Information Officer, Florida Supreme Court 15. Exterior, Court APTN -- Broward County, Florida 16. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ed Pazouli, Republican Party of Broward County 17. Cutaway, cameras 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Charles Lichtman, Chairman of the Democratic Party in Broward County 19. Exterior, Operations Centre 01:11:13 201200 11/17/2000 APTN/Pool: APTN Tallahassee 1. Walk in view of Court Administrator Terre Cass 2. Cutaway cameramen 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Terre Cass, Court Administrator 4. Cutaway TV reporters 5. Mid view and close-up of ruling 6. Pan view of James Baker walking in 7. SOUNDBITE (English) James Baker, Bush Campaign spokesman 8. Walk out view of James Baker POOL: Tallahassee 9. Various of Democrat lawyers presenting case to judge APTN Tallahassee 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Christopher Warren, former U-S Secretary of State APTN Broward County 11. Various views of absentee ballots APTN Tallahassee 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Christopher Warren, former U-S Secretary of State APTN Broward County 13. Wide view votes being counted POOL: Austin, Texas 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Karen Hughes, Republican Spokesman APTN Broward County 15. Close-up views votes being counted 01:16:12 201259 11/18/2000 APTN/Pool: APTN- Tallahassee, Florida 1. Exterior of Old State Capital building in Tallahassee 2. Close up of placard 3. General shot of demonstrators 4. Various of protest signs 5. Wide of New State Capital 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Doug Hattaway, Gore Campaign Spokesman 7. Zoom in to Florida State Supreme Court 8. Mid shot of guards outside Florida State Supreme Court POOL- Broward County 9. Exterior of vote count facility 10. Police allowing vote counters to enter the facility for the morning 11. Vote counters entering facility and taking a seat 12. Various shots of hand counting POOL- Palm Beach County 13. Wide shot of people hand counting votes 14. Medium shot of vote counting 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tucker Askew, Bush Attorney 16. Various shots of hand counting POOL- Washington, D-C 17. Wide of Naval Observatory - Al Gore's home 18. Various of demonstrators outside Gore's home 19. Wide view - entrance to Al Gore's home 01:20:06 201320 11/19/2000 APTN/Pool: Austin 1. Various of George W Bush and family outside church meeting crowd 2. Various of cars in convoy APTN Tallahassee 3. Exterior of Florida Supreme Court 4. Terry Madiggan, Republican lawyer enters courthouse 5. Second Republican lawyer enters Supreme Court house 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Terry Madiggan, Republican lawyer 6. Various of lawyers entering Supreme Court and camera crews 01:22:30 201324 11/19/2000 APTN: Miami-Dade County, Florida 1. Wide shot of government building where ballots are being processed 2. Bumper sticker on can "Don't be had by a Chad" 3. Wide shot of sorting room, pan to observers 4. Tight shot of ballots in box 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Rep. Rob Portman, Republican Congressman from Ohio 6. Medium shot of election commission worker sorting ballots 7. Workers sorting ballots 8. Tight shot of ballot put in envelope 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Kendall Coffey, Lawyer for Democratic Party Broward County, Florida 10. Wide shot of counting room 11. Woman picking up ballot and examining it 12. Tight shot of ballot being passed down line 13. Ballots in stack 14. Man sorting and stacking ballots 01:24:49 201280 11/19/2000 APTN: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 1. People on streets waiting to see Clinton 2. Shots behind gawkers 3. Pan across people waiting 4. Exterior fine arts museum where he went first 5. Motorcade arriving at museum 6. People watch from balcony 7. Clinton gets out of car 8. Closeup of Clinton people watching 9. Clinton walks through museum gates and up street 10. Clinton walking down the street 11. Clinton walking with Chelsea Clinton shakes hands and enters shop 12. People craning to see him 13. Clinton points to something he likes 14. Clinton talking to store owner 15. People waiting, Clinton arrives and shakes hands 16. Clinton asks to see something in cabinet, holds it 17. People trying to get glimpse over police 18. Clinton shaking hands 19. Crowd craning to see him 20. Clinton shakes more hands 21. Voxpop 22. Voxpop 23. Clinton enters a shop 24. Crowd watching Clinton 25. Crowd goes wild as Clinton leans in with both hands outstretched 26. Crowd reaching for Clinton 27. Clinton shakes more hands 28. Clinton turns back to go to car 29. Clinton gets into limo 01:26:03 201428 11/20/2000 Pool: Tallahassee, Florida 1. Wideshot court as called to attention 2. Close-up court official calling court to stand 3. Judges entering court room and taking their seats 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Chief Justice Charles T. Wells 5. Republican lawyers listening 6. Democrat lawyers listening 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Paul Hancock, lawyer for Florida Attorney General 8. High shot of Hancock addressing court 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Bruce Rogow, attorney for Palm Beach County 10. Wideshot David Boies, attorney for Al Gore addressing court 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Justice Barbara J Pariente 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) David Boies, attorney for Al Gore 13. Wide of court 01:29:03 201424 01:30:40 201635 11/22/2000 APTN/Pool/WSVN: Miami - APTN 1. Various shots of protestors outside Miami government building Miami - WSVN, No Access Florida 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Lawrence King/Miami-Dade canvassing board. Miami - APTN 3. Wide shot of Republican officials walking out to microphones 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Marc Racicot/Montana Governor, Republican Washington, Pool 5. Exterior shot of Vice President's mansion 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) William Daley/Gore Campaign Manager 7. Al and Tipper Gore and family volunteering at a homeless shelter 01:33:46 201685 11/23/2000 HRT Pool: Zagreb, Croatia Nov 22 1. Exteriors and interiors of Hotel Intercontinental, where majority of the Summit participants will stay 2. Zagreb police superintendent Ivan Babic at the press conference 3. SOUNDBITE: (Serb -Croat) Ivan Babic, Zagreb Police Superintendent Nov 22 - night shots 4. Exteriors and interiors of the Mimara Museum, where the summit will take place. 5. Television crews preparations inside the Mimara. 01:37:12 201736 11/23/2000 APTN/ABC: Tallahassee, Florida (APTN) 1. Exterior of Florida Supreme Court Building 2. Tight shot of Supreme Court frieze 3. Gore legal team walking boxes up courthouse steps 4. Cutaway 6. SOUNDBITE: Doug Hattaway, Gore Legal Advisor 7. Pan down to Waters at podium 8. SOUNDBITE: Craig Waters, Florida Supreme Court Spokesman Broward County (POOL) 9. Wide shot of counting room 10. Man looking at ballot 11. Judges inspecting ballot 12. UPSOUND: Ballot inspector in counting room 13. Observers in booth 13. Court reporter typing transcript File (ABC) 14. Zoom in to "hanging chad" 15. Extreme close-up of "dimpled chad" Austin, Texas (APTN) 16. Bush jogging away from governor's mansion 17. SOUNDBITE: George W. Bush, Republican Presidential Candidate 18. Bush walks into governor's mansion 01:40:28 201840 11/24/2000 APTN/Pool/ABC: Washington, DC - APTN 1. Wide view of U.S. Supreme Court 2. Close-ups of Court 3. Wide view of Supreme Court 4. Close-up of police officers 5. Close-up various views of documents filed by Bush's legal team Friday Washington, DC - Pool 6. Walk out view Joe Lieberman, Democratic Vice Presidential candidate 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Joe Lieberman, Democratic Vice Presidential candidate 8. Walk in view of Lieberman Washington, DC - ABC, No Access North America/CBC 9. Mid view of protesters outside Gore residence 10. Close-up of signs carried by protesters Tallahassee, Florida - Pool 11. Walk in view of Judge Ralph Smith, Leon County Circuit Judge 12. Wide view of court 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Fred Bartlit, Bush campaign attorney 14. Wide view of court 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Fred Bartlit, Bush campaign attorney 16. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mark Scruby (phonetic), Attorney for Clay County 01:45:01 no tape# Florida recount footage from APTN. 01:47:51 201920 11/26/2000 Pool: Fort Lauderdale, USA 1. Wide of scrutineers and judge in courthouse 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Judge Robert W. Lee, Election Board Chairman 3. Wide of courtroom 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Judge Robert W. Lee, Election Board Chairman 5. Wide of court room 6. Set up shot Judge Lee 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Judge Robert W. Lee, Election Board Chairman 8. Lee exits room 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Governor Marc Racicot, Republican from Montana 10. Wide of media conference 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Peter Deutsch, Democrat U-S House Member 01:51:07 201975 11/26/2000 APTN/Pool: Austin, Texas (POOL) 1. Exterior of Texas church 2. Bush shaking hands and greeting churchgoers Tallahassee, Florida (APTN) 3. SOUNDBITE: Sen. Arlen Specter, Republican Senator from Pennsylvania West Palm Beach, Florida (APTN) 4. Wide shot of Palm Beach press conference 5. SOUNDBITE: Judge Charles Burton, Palm Beach Canvassing Board Chairman 6. Wide shot of counting room 7. Medium shot of ballot counting 8. Examiners looking at ballots 9. Republican protestors behind barricade 10. Protestors holding signs and waving flags Arlington, Virginia (POOL) 11. Al and Tipper Gore leaving church Washington, DC (POOL) 12. Protestors on street 01:54:20 201989 11/27/2000 APTN/Pool: POOL - Tallahassee, Florida 1. Katherine Harris enters 2. Harris sits down 3. Various of certifying of election results 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Katherine Harris, Florida Secretary of State 5. Harris 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Bob Crawford, canvassing commission member 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Katherine Harris, Florida Secretary of State 9. Harris leaving POOL - Washington, DC 10. Joe Lieberman entering 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Sen. Joe Lieberman, the Democratic vice presidential nominee POOL - Tallahassee, Florida 12. James Baker walking in 13. SOUNDBITE (English) James Baker, Former U-S Secretary of State and Bush campaign representative APTN - Tallahassee, Florida 14. Baker leaving 15. Various of Baker getting into car and driving off 01:58:38 201992 11/27/2000 APTN/Pool: Austin, Texas (POOL) 1. Exterior of Texas church 2. Bush shaking hands and greeting churchgoers Arlington, Virginia (POOL) 3. Al and Tipper Gore leaving church West Palm Beach, Florida (APTN) 4. Republican protesters behind police barricade 5. Protesters holding signs and waving flags Tallahassee (POOL) 6. Various Boies walking up to podium 7. SOUNDBITE (English) David Boies, Attorney for Al Gore 8. Wide shot room 9. SOUNDBITE (English) David Boies, Attorney for Al Gore November 26, 2000 - West Palm Beach, Florida (POOL) 10. Close up of counting room 11. Three panel team at table counting Palm Beach County (POOL) 12. Wide shot room 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Charles Burton, head of the three-member canvassing board 14. Wide shot Burton speaking 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Charles Burton, head of the three-member canvassing board 16. Women on fax machine 02:02:16 201995 11/27/2000 Pool: USA: GEORGE W BUSH ACCEPTANCE SPEECH Austin, Texas 1. Bush walking into state capitol (amidst cheers) 2. Bush walking to podium 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) George W. Bush, Republican Presidential candidate 4. Exterior state capitol FILE 5. Bush and his future chief of staff Andrew Card walking into state capitol 02:05:09 201993 11/27/2000 APTN/ABC: APTN - Tallahassee, Florida 1. interior at Tallahassee courthouse, with supporters watching certification announcement 2. reaction as final tally is announced 3. exterior - crowds outside courthouse in Tallahassee, Texas 4. SOUNDBITE Vox Pop, Gore supporter 5. SOUNDBITE Vox Pop, Bush supporter APTN - Washington, DC 6. demonstrators outside Vice President Gore's home 7. Gore supporters 8. Bush supporters 9. various of Gore and Bush supporters ABC - Austin, Texas 10. Wide view - Bush supporters outside Governor's Mansion in Austin, Texas YY Recount_2000
Capitol Christmas Card
An Austin family's XMAS photo shows some political influence
Election 2000-Florida Recount
NVS0190 0000/00/00 NVS0190 Subject: Election 2000-Florida Recount Old Title: Political #92 Source: APTN/Pool S-Green I-TBD 01:00:02 200754 11/14/2000 APTN/Pool: Palm Beach 1. Ballots being removed from Palm Beach Municipal Building 2. Truck leaving building 3. Demonstrators outside Municipal Building Washington, DC 4. Vice President Al Gore comes out of White House 5. Cutaway 6. SOUNDBITE(English) Al Gore, Democratic Presidential candidate 7. Cutaway Austin, Texas 8. Karen Hughes two shot 9. Large crowd of journalists around Karen Hughes 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Karen Hughes, Bush campaign spokesperson 11. Demonstrators outside governor's mansion in Austin Palm Beach, Florida 12. Rev. Jesse Jackson at podium on stage 13. Shot of recount rally 14. Close up of Rev. Jesse Jackson 15. Applause by audience 16. Wide view - recount rally 01:02:33 200745 11/14/2000 APTN: Washington DC, USA 1. Meeting room with reporters 2. Reporter writing 3. Cutaway - cameras 4. Two men at front table exchange places 5. Cutaway - classified document 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sam Buffone, lawyer for Orlando Letelier family 7. Cutaway of CIA material 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Peter Kornbluh, Chilean Documents Project 10. Close up view of Henry Kissinger document to Nixon 11. Two men at head table 12. Cutaway of reporters 01:06:11 200966 11/16/2000 APTN/Pool: Pool -- Austin, Texas 1. Exterior of Governor's mansion, crowd outside waiting for Bush to speak 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Texas Governor George W. Bush APTN -- Broward County, Florida 3. Wide shot of room, people counting ballots 4. Close shot, women counting Pool -- Washington, DC 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Texas Governor George W. Bush Pool -- Washington, DC 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vice President Al Gore APTN -- Broward County, Florida 7. Mid shot, men counting 8. Person walking with ballots Pool -- Tallahassee, Florida 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Katherine Harris, Florida Secretary of State APTN - Tallahassee, Florida 10. Wide shot of state supreme court 11. Various shots, petition Katherine Harris filed Pool -- Tallahassee, Florida 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) William Daley, Gore Campaign APTN -- Tallahassee, Florida 13. Exterior, Florida Supreme Court, with camera crews on steps 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Robert Craig Waters/Public Information Officer, Florida Supreme Court 15. Exterior, Court APTN -- Broward County, Florida 16. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ed Pazouli, Republican Party of Broward County 17. Cutaway, cameras 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Charles Lichtman, Chairman of the Democratic Party in Broward County 19. Exterior, Operations Centre 01:11:13 201200 11/17/2000 APTN/Pool: APTN Tallahassee 1. Walk in view of Court Administrator Terre Cass 2. Cutaway cameramen 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Terre Cass, Court Administrator 4. Cutaway TV reporters 5. Mid view and close-up of ruling 6. Pan view of James Baker walking in 7. SOUNDBITE (English) James Baker, Bush Campaign spokesman 8. Walk out view of James Baker POOL: Tallahassee 9. Various of Democrat lawyers presenting case to judge APTN Tallahassee 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Christopher Warren, former U-S Secretary of State APTN Broward County 11. Various views of absentee ballots APTN Tallahassee 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Christopher Warren, former U-S Secretary of State APTN Broward County 13. Wide view votes being counted POOL: Austin, Texas 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Karen Hughes, Republican Spokesman APTN Broward County 15. Close-up views votes being counted 01:16:12 201259 11/18/2000 APTN/Pool: APTN- Tallahassee, Florida 1. Exterior of Old State Capital building in Tallahassee 2. Close up of placard 3. General shot of demonstrators 4. Various of protest signs 5. Wide of New State Capital 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Doug Hattaway, Gore Campaign Spokesman 7. Zoom in to Florida State Supreme Court 8. Mid shot of guards outside Florida State Supreme Court POOL- Broward County 9. Exterior of vote count facility 10. Police allowing vote counters to enter the facility for the morning 11. Vote counters entering facility and taking a seat 12. Various shots of hand counting POOL- Palm Beach County 13. Wide shot of people hand counting votes 14. Medium shot of vote counting 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tucker Askew, Bush Attorney 16. Various shots of hand counting POOL- Washington, D-C 17. Wide of Naval Observatory - Al Gore's home 18. Various of demonstrators outside Gore's home 19. Wide view - entrance to Al Gore's home 01:20:06 201320 11/19/2000 APTN/Pool: Austin 1. Various of George W Bush and family outside church meeting crowd 2. Various of cars in convoy APTN Tallahassee 3. Exterior of Florida Supreme Court 4. Terry Madiggan, Republican lawyer enters courthouse 5. Second Republican lawyer enters Supreme Court house 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Terry Madiggan, Republican lawyer 6. Various of lawyers entering Supreme Court and camera crews 01:22:30 201324 11/19/2000 APTN: Miami-Dade County, Florida 1. Wide shot of government building where ballots are being processed 2. Bumper sticker on can "Don't be had by a Chad" 3. Wide shot of sorting room, pan to observers 4. Tight shot of ballots in box 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Rep. Rob Portman, Republican Congressman from Ohio 6. Medium shot of election commission worker sorting ballots 7. Workers sorting ballots 8. Tight shot of ballot put in envelope 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Kendall Coffey, Lawyer for Democratic Party Broward County, Florida 10. Wide shot of counting room 11. Woman picking up ballot and examining it 12. Tight shot of ballot being passed down line 13. Ballots in stack 14. Man sorting and stacking ballots 01:24:49 201280 11/19/2000 APTN: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 1. People on streets waiting to see Clinton 2. Shots behind gawkers 3. Pan across people waiting 4. Exterior fine arts museum where he went first 5. Motorcade arriving at museum 6. People watch from balcony 7. Clinton gets out of car 8. Closeup of Clinton people watching 9. Clinton walks through museum gates and up street 10. Clinton walking down the street 11. Clinton walking with Chelsea Clinton shakes hands and enters shop 12. People craning to see him 13. Clinton points to something he likes 14. Clinton talking to store owner 15. People waiting, Clinton arrives and shakes hands 16. Clinton asks to see something in cabinet, holds it 17. People trying to get glimpse over police 18. Clinton shaking hands 19. Crowd craning to see him 20. Clinton shakes more hands 21. Voxpop 22. Voxpop 23. Clinton enters a shop 24. Crowd watching Clinton 25. Crowd goes wild as Clinton leans in with both hands outstretched 26. Crowd reaching for Clinton 27. Clinton shakes more hands 28. Clinton turns back to go to car 29. Clinton gets into limo 01:26:03 201428 11/20/2000 Pool: Tallahassee, Florida 1. Wideshot court as called to attention 2. Close-up court official calling court to stand 3. Judges entering court room and taking their seats 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Chief Justice Charles T. Wells 5. Republican lawyers listening 6. Democrat lawyers listening 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Paul Hancock, lawyer for Florida Attorney General 8. High shot of Hancock addressing court 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Bruce Rogow, attorney for Palm Beach County 10. Wideshot David Boies, attorney for Al Gore addressing court 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Justice Barbara J Pariente 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) David Boies, attorney for Al Gore 13. Wide of court 01:29:03 201424 01:30:40 201635 11/22/2000 APTN/Pool/WSVN: Miami - APTN 1. Various shots of protestors outside Miami government building Miami - WSVN, No Access Florida 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Lawrence King/Miami-Dade canvassing board. Miami - APTN 3. Wide shot of Republican officials walking out to microphones 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Marc Racicot/Montana Governor, Republican Washington, Pool 5. Exterior shot of Vice President's mansion 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) William Daley/Gore Campaign Manager 7. Al and Tipper Gore and family volunteering at a homeless shelter 01:33:46 201685 11/23/2000 HRT Pool: Zagreb, Croatia Nov 22 1. Exteriors and interiors of Hotel Intercontinental, where majority of the Summit participants will stay 2. Zagreb police superintendent Ivan Babic at the press conference 3. SOUNDBITE: (Serb -Croat) Ivan Babic, Zagreb Police Superintendent Nov 22 - night shots 4. Exteriors and interiors of the Mimara Museum, where the summit will take place. 5. Television crews preparations inside the Mimara. 01:37:12 201736 11/23/2000 APTN/ABC: Tallahassee, Florida (APTN) 1. Exterior of Florida Supreme Court Building 2. Tight shot of Supreme Court frieze 3. Gore legal team walking boxes up courthouse steps 4. Cutaway 6. SOUNDBITE: Doug Hattaway, Gore Legal Advisor 7. Pan down to Waters at podium 8. SOUNDBITE: Craig Waters, Florida Supreme Court Spokesman Broward County (POOL) 9. Wide shot of counting room 10. Man looking at ballot 11. Judges inspecting ballot 12. UPSOUND: Ballot inspector in counting room 13. Observers in booth 13. Court reporter typing transcript File (ABC) 14. Zoom in to "hanging chad" 15. Extreme close-up of "dimpled chad" Austin, Texas (APTN) 16. Bush jogging away from governor's mansion 17. SOUNDBITE: George W. Bush, Republican Presidential Candidate 18. Bush walks into governor's mansion 01:40:28 201840 11/24/2000 APTN/Pool/ABC: Washington, DC - APTN 1. Wide view of U.S. Supreme Court 2. Close-ups of Court 3. Wide view of Supreme Court 4. Close-up of police officers 5. Close-up various views of documents filed by Bush's legal team Friday Washington, DC - Pool 6. Walk out view Joe Lieberman, Democratic Vice Presidential candidate 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Joe Lieberman, Democratic Vice Presidential candidate 8. Walk in view of Lieberman Washington, DC - ABC, No Access North America/CBC 9. Mid view of protesters outside Gore residence 10. Close-up of signs carried by protesters Tallahassee, Florida - Pool 11. Walk in view of Judge Ralph Smith, Leon County Circuit Judge 12. Wide view of court 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Fred Bartlit, Bush campaign attorney 14. Wide view of court 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Fred Bartlit, Bush campaign attorney 16. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mark Scruby (phonetic), Attorney for Clay County 01:45:01 no tape# Florida recount footage from APTN. 01:47:51 201920 11/26/2000 Pool: Fort Lauderdale, USA 1. Wide of scrutineers and judge in courthouse 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Judge Robert W. Lee, Election Board Chairman 3. Wide of courtroom 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Judge Robert W. Lee, Election Board Chairman 5. Wide of court room 6. Set up shot Judge Lee 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Judge Robert W. Lee, Election Board Chairman 8. Lee exits room 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Governor Marc Racicot, Republican from Montana 10. Wide of media conference 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Peter Deutsch, Democrat U-S House Member 01:51:07 201975 11/26/2000 APTN/Pool: Austin, Texas (POOL) 1. Exterior of Texas church 2. Bush shaking hands and greeting churchgoers Tallahassee, Florida (APTN) 3. SOUNDBITE: Sen. Arlen Specter, Republican Senator from Pennsylvania West Palm Beach, Florida (APTN) 4. Wide shot of Palm Beach press conference 5. SOUNDBITE: Judge Charles Burton, Palm Beach Canvassing Board Chairman 6. Wide shot of counting room 7. Medium shot of ballot counting 8. Examiners looking at ballots 9. Republican protestors behind barricade 10. Protestors holding signs and waving flags Arlington, Virginia (POOL) 11. Al and Tipper Gore leaving church Washington, DC (POOL) 12. Protestors on street 01:54:20 201989 11/27/2000 APTN/Pool: POOL - Tallahassee, Florida 1. Katherine Harris enters 2. Harris sits down 3. Various of certifying of election results 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Katherine Harris, Florida Secretary of State 5. Harris 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Bob Crawford, canvassing commission member 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Katherine Harris, Florida Secretary of State 9. Harris leaving POOL - Washington, DC 10. Joe Lieberman entering 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Sen. Joe Lieberman, the Democratic vice presidential nominee POOL - Tallahassee, Florida 12. James Baker walking in 13. SOUNDBITE (English) James Baker, Former U-S Secretary of State and Bush campaign representative APTN - Tallahassee, Florida 14. Baker leaving 15. Various of Baker getting into car and driving off 01:58:38 201992 11/27/2000 APTN/Pool: Austin, Texas (POOL) 1. Exterior of Texas church 2. Bush shaking hands and greeting churchgoers Arlington, Virginia (POOL) 3. Al and Tipper Gore leaving church West Palm Beach, Florida (APTN) 4. Republican protesters behind police barricade 5. Protesters holding signs and waving flags Tallahassee (POOL) 6. Various Boies walking up to podium 7. SOUNDBITE (English) David Boies, Attorney for Al Gore 8. Wide shot room 9. SOUNDBITE (English) David Boies, Attorney for Al Gore November 26, 2000 - West Palm Beach, Florida (POOL) 10. Close up of counting room 11. Three panel team at table counting Palm Beach County (POOL) 12. Wide shot room 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Charles Burton, head of the three-member canvassing board 14. Wide shot Burton speaking 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Charles Burton, head of the three-member canvassing board 16. Women on fax machine 02:02:16 201995 11/27/2000 Pool: USA: GEORGE W BUSH ACCEPTANCE SPEECH Austin, Texas 1. Bush walking into state capitol (amidst cheers) 2. Bush walking to podium 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) George W. Bush, Republican Presidential candidate 4. Exterior state capitol FILE 5. Bush and his future chief of staff Andrew Card walking into state capitol 02:05:09 201993 11/27/2000 APTN/ABC: APTN - Tallahassee, Florida 1. interior at Tallahassee courthouse, with supporters watching certification announcement 2. reaction as final tally is announced 3. exterior - crowds outside courthouse in Tallahassee, Texas 4. SOUNDBITE Vox Pop, Gore supporter 5. SOUNDBITE Vox Pop, Bush supporter APTN - Washington, DC 6. demonstrators outside Vice President Gore's home 7. Gore supporters 8. Bush supporters 9. various of Gore and Bush supporters ABC - Austin, Texas 10. Wide view - Bush supporters outside Governor's Mansion in Austin, Texas YY Recount_2000