data analytics folks told him it was a waste of time.

>> next is coal country about to , make a comeback?

community, growing up in a small town and being able to participate in the government, it is a great honor to be here. they gained access to candidate hillary clinton's inner circle.

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inside the youtube reality show that challenges your energy sense. but his legislative agenda has met resistance on capitol hill, with tussles over the repeal and replacement of obamacare, the building of a wall on the southern border, and now his proposed tax cuts and how to pay for them. jonathan allen: data analytics can mean a variety of thins. season two the us airforce academy versus the us naval acamy -- drew 1, .5 million views.

© 2020 Hearst Television. this is my first elected office. every episode features a face-off between rival teams looking for, wait for it, wasted energy in each other's operations.

>> find out why a massive coal company is investing in solar farms to create jobs for, the miners they laid off. just as we are trying to diversify the economic portfolio of this coal company, it is more important to diversify the economic opportunities so we can make sure the people in appalachia and eastern ky have the ability to take care of their families and live where they want to live. >> we should be nice with nice guys and tough on tough guys, we, have been tough on some allies. Veteran journalist Soledad O'Brien, whose resume includes time at NBC and CNN, hosts this weekly news magazine that focuses on political and socioeconomic issues affecting America. so i think they need to do an autopsy of the laselection, i think they need to do an audit of the democratic party. ... American Idol Season 1 Contestant, Dead at 42. on May 1, 2017. what do you make of his position? and later -- the 100 day mark -- for the democrats. >> the coal miners are the most skilled workers in the world. they already have that base of technical knowledge that we will need to translate into the solar industry. that is the unity that we need in this country that is focused on building for the long term and not the past.

, so he was really kind of bothered by it. they need to send the money back to the state levels where the state parties are crying for it. >> next on matter of fact inside hillary clinton's doomed campaign. it is nice to have you both with me.

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jonathan allen: i think it is about the story of what happened. soledad: your book was the first time i really started to understand the difference between data analytics and polling. but her quest of the presidency -- though history making -- ended in defeat.

given the division in this country, think about what happens when we're able to bring together coal company and a renewable energy company to, create economic opportunity for people who need it.

soledad: so how does the retraining workers work? Watch Matter of Fact With Soledad O'Brien Online: The complete guide by MSN.

why crowdfunding for millennials is a new way. the web series gives competing organizations a chance to learn from each other and educate the public at the same time. they get info on people where they live, their race, their ethnicity, their magazine subscriptions so they can take small samples, like pollsters might take small samples, and extrapolate what they are finding to larger populations. soledad: mr. edelen, thanks, for talking with us. what you're missing if you haven't tuned in. >> what she's got to say about where the democrats are going wrong with her generation.

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Your favorites, all in one place. at the same time, he spent the last week trying to show just how much he's accomplished in those 100 days.

i think diversifying the economy in appalachia is important and we want to do what we can to help industries that have been employing people for a long time. soledad: how its feels versus how it is reading on paper. i think there were people who wanted to know why it was they were looking at the election of clinton right up until part way through election night and then suddenly she loses. tv Matter of Fact With Soledad O Brien KOFY October 15, 2017 7:30pm-8:00pm PDT . ... or so believes acclaimed journalist and philanthropist Soledad O'Brien. we have to remember that alliances are important and we have to avoid saber rattling and overly provactive moves in other regions that could lead to dangerous situations. if you're laughing, well the first season got over 50 million media impressions and 300 thousand youtube views.

john and i have basically said it's comey, its russia, and it's mismanagement, and it's a lack of a message.

Full Series: every season & episode. Matter of Fact promises to provide balanced coverage of issues that will impact the future and discuss what's really going on in the country's political scene. obviously you found and ferreted out, and my guess is that some of the people in the campaign are also trying to ferret out who talked to you. 7:30 pm . season three pits boston against atlanta, with the rivals touring airports, libraries, and water treatment plants. We reveal some of the first... Watch now. i am a former small business man. soledad: so while we are focused on president trump's 100 days, what about the democrats? the first 100 days have been a benchmark for presidents since fdr.

soledad: jonathan allen and amie parnes, appreciate it. visit ncicap.org], welcome to dance party.

but we have to ready people to be able to compete in the future and recognizing the role of renewable energy , solar in particular and i think focusing on this , project is so important. soledad: passing but not impressive. instead of persuading people.

nice to have you both.

this is a president who understands the threats that we face we have to do something about it and show decisive action, and i am pleased we have a president that is doing that.

Veteran journalist Soledad O'Brien, whose resume includes time at NBC and CNN, hosts this weekly newsmagazine that focuses on political and socioeconomic issues affecting America. soledad: hillary clinton has spend more than four decades in public service.

>> we can tilt at windmills or we can empower people. soledad: so the 100 days of president trump's presidency.

O'Brien says her goal with the show is "to expand the conversation around the issues that truly matter with those who are most directly able to impact our everyday lives". look at all of these crazy party people. rep. banks: i supported the ahca from the beginning because it moved forward a true solution to solving the healthcare crisis in this country that was brought about by the aca.

the doe says because of challenge swap, billions of dollars have been saved. soledad: what their sources had to say about how hillary's dreams were shattered. [cheers] you guys, how we doing? >> fast and furious got 19 million, or as much as he carries in his pocket. unfortunately in this town, we start with where we disagree and stake our positions and then hope by some miracle that we will come to agreement there then move on other areas. what he has done signed over 27 , executive orders, including his controversial travel ban, the order to abolish sanctuary cities, and the roll back of, government regulations. and gets 8 million views. welcome back to kofy tv's dance party. these are folks who are outstanding electricians, work in difficult circumstances, they show up to work every day. See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive. Microsoft may earn an Affiliate Commission if you purchase something through recommended links on this page.

Putting states in charge of designating their own health care systems; implications of the Equifax data breach beyond credit-reporting services; partisan gerrymandering; visitor logs for the White House, Mar-a-Lago and Trump Tower; Genius ideas. it is actually kind of riveting. your company is small but the partnership is what makes it large, correct? make some noise, people! soledad: do you think more dysfunctional than you thought as an outsider to the process or do you feel it is less dysfunctional?

in a nut shell, energy professionals nitpick each other's efforts -- finding faults in everything from wasted water, to light fixtures, and heating units. amie parnes: our goal was to find exactly what happened and, we wanted to talk to them on background so they be candid with us to let us know exactly where the flaws were. rep. banks: to be a member of congress is a great adventure for me, coming from a rural. president trump's budget cuts could mean the end of the series. president trump marks his 100 days in office calling the date "a ridiculous standard." you wouldn't know it from these pictures, but this used to be a coal mine. at the end of the day is this book about assigning blame? both: thank you so much. we're grading now trump on his 100 days. one of the things they lost out on, or one of the things they were driven toward because they were so focused on the data was to turn out clinton supporters.

he joins us toda nice to talk to you. we have to deal with this comprehensively, in a bipartisan way so that is what i am hoping happens from here. the budget is not transparent. we are on the brink of passing the american health care act in the house and sending it to the senate, that is what leadership looks like. and representative jim banks is a republican representing indiana's 3rd district.

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Mira esta cobertura especial de Matter of Fact: La Verdad de la Parciali... October 8, 2020. clinton has long been a divisive figure in politics respected and , admired by many, hated by others. soledad: why would a massive coal company want to be a partner in something in that is dealing with clean energy? kentucky could see a comeback as an energy producer thanks to solar farms being built -- in some cases literally on the ground of former mines.

we look forward to coming visiting that project in the future. complex a lot of people dish some dirt to you. she's a reporter for a news show that exists only on line. you have been knee deep in politics for a long time. it allows insurance companies, in states that allow it, to charge whatever they want based on preexisting conditions and exempts members of congress.

so you don't know all that money that they are asking forou from emails, you don't know where that mon is going.