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>> singers: ♪ safelite repair, safelite replace. ♪ >> greg: outta time. thank you to our guests! fox news @ night is evil shannon bream is next. i'm greg gutfeld and i love you, america! >> shannon: had mellow and welcome to fox -- hello and welcome to fox news @ night. i'm shannon bream in washington. we're following several big stories tonight. there are several new details emerging about the police response revolving uvalde shooting. senate votes tonight to move forward on a bipartisan gun safety bill setting up a
possible floor vote on final passage by the end of the week. we'll tell you exactly what is in it. plus the war of words escalating tonight between president biden and the oil industry as the president seemingly mocks the ceo of chevron as sensitive as the blame game for record high gas prices continues. first, it's primary night in some states across the country. our election coverage begins with alexandria hoff live on the ground with a crucial g.o.p. senate runoff in alabama. alex, good evening. everyone is watching this one. >> good evening. we're here at katie's quarters clearly about to close up for the night but this was a really, really exciting evening. there was a lot of talk about how the last-minute endorsement by former president trump might have helped katie get to this moment it can't be forgotten how well she performed in the primary last month that ended up going into a runoff. she still came up 16 percentage points over her opponent.
when she took the stage, she talked about when this all started she was a major underdog with almost no name recognition. she said she's a mom and therefore was underestimated but tonight, she's now a senate nominee. >> one thing is clear and that is alabama has spoken. we want new blood. we want fresh blood. we want someone who will fight for our christian conservative values and fight for the freedoms and liberties this nation was founded on and will fight for that american dream for the next generation and the next. >> former aid retiring senator richard shelby is the seat she's seeking to take. the trump endorsement hit the sore spot a week and a half ago when it came because the former president originally backed brooks but abruptly pulled that last summer saying that brooks
was going woke. brooks conceded early but didn't extend well wishes. >> congratulations to the democrats. they now have two nominees in the general election, will boyd and my opponent who they endorsed and helped push over the finish line both in the primary and in the runoff. congratulations to you. >> reporter: alabama is a solidly republican state, so katie brooks is expected to win come november. shannon? >> shannon: alex, thank you so much. we're going to go check in on georgia now where former president trump's preferred candidate in the primary runoff in the tenth congressional district has been defeated tonight. vernon jones losing to small business owner mike collins. correspondent jonathan serrie tracking the returns in that race and what it means tonight. good evening, jonathan. >> reporter: good evening to you, shannon. endorsement from former president trump was not enough to help vernon jones this evening, the former democrat who
switched parties to become one of mr. trump's most outspoken supporters, lost his g.o.p. runoff to trucking company owner mike collins. the margin was nearly 3-1. jones told supporters "we know the best person doesn't always get elected. you can look at joe biden." although it was far from a concession speech, it was a clear confession of defeat. jones has yet to speak with his opponent. he's making sure that republicans are going to take back georgia in november. >> i'm going to grow this party with young people. i'm going to grow this party with conservative minorities. i want to get to the point where we don't even have to talk about race. it shouldn't even have been discussed. >> reporter: mike collins had the endorsement of governor brian kemp who remains highly popular amongst georgia republicans despite president trump's public criticism of him in the wake of the 2020 election. even though collins lacked a trump endorsement, his platform is closely aligned with that of
the former president. >> first of all, we're going to fight for our constitutional rights. we're going to go up there and cut spending. we're securing our borders. we'll fight for our energy independence and get the federal government out of your way! >> reporter: and collins is favored to win in the november general election in this district which is heavily republican. he's going to face democrat tabitha johnson-green who won her party's runoff also held today. shannon? >> shannon: jonathan. thank you so much for the update. still, primary tuesday. fox's chief political anchor bret baier is going to join us for analysis. we hit the two big races. what do you make of what we've seen so far tonight? >> hey, shannon, i'll tell you what, the alabama race is interesting. first of all, katie britt is obviously well positioned now as the nominee on the republican side in pure red alabama or
traditionally red alabama to become the youngest female senator ever 40 years old as she -- you look at the numbers there, it was overwhelming in this runoff of over congressman mo brooks who was a little salty there at his concession speech, not really saying "congratulations" to katie britt. britt put in a lot of effort to go around that stage. she's the former chief of staff to senator richard shelby. interestingly enough, she'll be chief of staff who will become senator likely, the last chief of staff to become senator was joe biden's chief of staff, ted kaufman, who took over for his seat after he became vice president in that first obama term. so interesting in alabama. georgia is a situation where the trump endorsement has not gone well. georgia has repeled trump
endorsements so far, and tonight was no different with backed candidates losing. vernon jones and also, um, jack evans who lost to rich mccormick who is a physician, emergency room physician in those races. so those are also republican-leaning seats and also likely going to go that way in november. >> shannon: yeah and we got a little bit of interesting news today on irace we covered weeks ago -- on a race we covered weeks ago down in texas that's been an interesting democratic primary battle with the recounts and finally the decision today that representative henry cuellar -- one of the only pro-life, we think, democrats left on the hill -- we think he'll squeak out a win there. >> it's official! he's won. the democratic party saying the difference was 289 votes over cisneros who used to be a staff member to cuellar but much more progressive and there were --
this was a battle that we talked about before, progressive versus more moderate democrat. this is a toss-up race in the fall, but cuellar is better positioned, if you want to talk politically for that district, now against a republican in the fall, so you have a couple of things in texas. you have cuellar winning in that district in the primary but then you have myra flores being sworn in as the newest congresswoman from south texas in a seat republicans took over, we talked about last time, after 100 years of democratic control in that texas 34. mayra flores. >> it's a little funny today, i think i saw a tweet from her as a congresswoman -- gosh, we covered these things? that happened very quickly. that was a special election and there she is already on the hill as a new freshly-minted member. let's talk about a couple of vulnerable seats in virginia. there are a couple of seats we're watching there as well
that could be tough for dems to hold onto. >> a couple of the most vulnerable democrats, abigail spamberger is one of them as well as representative elaine luria in virginia. in the spamberger district, district 7, 7th congressional district, vega won the republican nomination. she'll take on spamberger. vega was actually the head of the chair of latinos for glen youngkin for the governor's race. she's a sheriff's deputy on the county board of supervisors. she prevailed. then jen is in virginia too and will take on elaine luria. both of these seats, both of these districts, rather, are positioned or leaning more republican now, and it would be a big republican pick up in virginia. you know how this goes. one, two here, shannon, you
know, republicans only need to pick up four or five before getting control and now as you look at the map, you know, they're positioned to pick up anywhere from 25 to 40, maybe even more depending on the red wave, so all of these different primaries make a difference depending on who the republicans put forward. >> shannon: absolutely do in the year as tight as this is and the control in the senate also hanging in the balance. totally different game over there. bret, thank you, once again, being up late with us to help us break down the coverage tonight. >> you bet. >> shannon: breaking tonight, senate majority leader chuck schumer teeing up a thursday vote on the first major piece of gun legislation in the u.s. in decades. two removing quickly tonight after a bipartisan group of senators announced their safer communities act supported by joe manchin, krysten sinema and 14 republicans. the director of the texas department of public safety says the police response to the
uvalde school shooting last month was a "abject failure" accusing the school police chief of placing the lives of officers with bullet-proof vests, guns and shields ahead of the lives of unprotected children during the siege that left 19 children and two teachers dead. chief breaking news correspondent trace gallagher has details for us tonight. good evening, trace. >> reporter: using security video and body camera transcripts, investigators put together a police response they now call ridiculous and an abject failure and here is why. the shooter entered the school at 11:33 a.m. seven minutes later, 11 police officers entered the school hallway outside of the class but instead of going in, they retreat in the face of gunfire and stay there for the rest of the standoff without firing a shot. here's the director of the texas department of public safety. >> the only thing stopping the hallway of dedicated officers from entering room 111 and 112 was the on-scene commander who
decided to place the lives of officers before the lives of children. >> reporter: that on-scene commander is pete arradondo, the chief of the uvalde school district police. he says the classroom doors were locked and he didn't have the equipment to break them down, but video shows there was no attempt by any officer to open the doors and the director of the texas dps says the doors were unlocked. arradondo also claims he didn't have the tools or weapons to respond yet video shows just 19 minutes after police arrived while shots are being fired and kids are still calling 911, police had rifles, a halogen ax to break down the door and a ballistic shield but did knowing. it took another 50 minutes for border patrol agents to go in and kill the gunman. here, again, the dps director. >> one error, 14 minutes and 8 seconds! that's how long the children waited and the teachers waited in rooms 111 to be rescued.
and while they waited, the on-scene commander waited for radio and rifles. then he waited for shields. then he waited for s.w.a.t. lastly, he waited for a key that was never needed. >> reporter: he says even before the shooting began when the gunman was walking towards campus two uvalde police officers passed on the chance to shoot the gunman because they feared hitting children. of course, the shooter killed 19 children and two teachers. but tonight, the mayor of uvalde criticized the director of texas dps for blaming local police and continuing to "lie, leak and mislead to distance his own troopers and rangers from the response." in the meantime, the uvalde city council denied a leave of absence for embattled school district police chief pete arradondo even after local parents heavily criticized him tonight. finally, the mayor says robb elementary school in uvalde will be demolished saying "you can
never ask a child or teacher to go back in that school." shannon? >> shannon: trace, thank you very much for walking us through that. so this is a horrible tragedy that only seems to get worse the more we learn about what happened that day, but will law enforcement officers involved be facing legal consequences for their inaction? it's still debated about what happened or didn't happen. criminal defense attorney david bruno and special agent john joining us now. you heard from trace in the reporting that the head of dps says the doors weren't locked and there was equipment and personnel inside the building that we obviously have surveillance images. john, where do we go from here? then you hear the mayor pushing back saying dps is trying to deflect and blame local miss police. how -- local police. how do we wade through the evidence and find out? >> the dps director is a former
fbi agent. he has the same training we all received in the fbi and he knows what officers on the ground were supposed to do. people can say whatever they want such as the mayor is saying, but the bottom line, the responsibility falls with the officers that were there immediately after the shooter entered the building and it falls upon the shoulders of the on-scene commander, in this case, the chief of police, for the school district. >> >> shannon: i want to play something from a mother there in the uvalde community that has at least one child in this school. >> more angry they're holding back things and trying to prevents us from speaking. more also they just didn't do their job. >> shannon: david, whether, um, it's a parent of a child who survived or lost, we can't imagine that level of grief, but they feel like not only there was inaction that day that maybe
cost their children's lives potentially but that there's some type of cover-up where they're not getting the full story. here, how do parents -- is there a way to take civil action to get to the actions about what happened? >> sure. well, first in the report we just heard that the chief had said that the doors were locked, and there's no video to show they even tried that door. i mean, i could only imagine the feeling a parent has hearing something like that, because there needs to be transparency. when you start seeing these videos out, you have to question what they were doing. but the law is not in the favor of the victims, unfortunately. in fact, this recently came up in the 11th circuit from the 2018 shooting in parkland, and the decision said that police do not have to protect. believe it or not, they only have an obligation to victims if they're in custody or in
courseration. there's a -- or incarceration. there's a sliver of an exception. that's in case law. it says there has to be purpose to harm. i could see a little diversion off that, because if anything shocks the conscience it's something like this. it shocks my conscience for sure that they were waiting outside. if there was a change in the law and we saw in the leak on the supreme court from abortion rights, there could be a change in the law here and i think that when police are there, when they go into the building, they have some responsibility to victims and that law needs to be looked at for sure. >> shannon: so that police chief, um, who trace said, um, is not going to get a leave of absence or i'm not sure the exact leave he asked for at this point but apparently that's been denied, there have been reports he gave earlier accounts saying the doors were locked and he and another officer actually tried them. in the presentation today, they said there's nothing that they saw that shows that, um, the exact moment they would have been trying those doors. here's what the "wall street
journal" says. it says the classroom door wasn't locked, that's according to the dps director. mcgraw said officers had tooled to break open the doors if they were locked yet they waited one hour and 14 minutes to go into the classroom knowing children were shot inside and knowing at least a teacher, one of them who had been shot at that point was still alive. john, what do we do with this new information we keep learning? >> i'm concerned about the talk that we didn't have a key to the door or the door was locked. law enforcement trains to breach doors all day long. that's standard training in the school shooting situations. they had the tools to make entry. they had officers for overwhelming use of force. the objective here we've learned since columbine is to act immediately and save lives. i suspect the officers were
stymied by the on-scene commander not letting them go forth and do their job. we need to learn from this and people need to be held accountable. >> shannon: yeah, david, will they be? do you think? >> unfortunately, if the precedent is followed like i said, that 18 -- and the 18 -- the 2018 case, it sites supreme court law, too. i mean, there has to be something here, because this is not acceptable! it is just not acceptable! and i agree with my colleague on the screen. >> shannon: all right, david and john, thank you, both. we always appreciate your time. >> thank you, shannon. >> thank you, shannon. >> shannon: the oil industry pushing back hard against president biden tonight. he has been taking aim at big oil saying the industry's ceo's are too sensitive to the verbal attacks he's been throwing their way. more of the blame game over sky rocketing gas prices and the president's demand that the industry do something about them. white house correspondent kevin
corke has the latest on that dispute tonight. evening, kevin. >> reporter: evening, shannon. the president is suspected to back a move on the federal gas tax. it's 18 cents a gallon for gas. it's 24 cents a gallon for diesel, however, that move -- which we could learn a whole lot more about tomorrow -- is already drawing eye rolls by republicans on capitol hill, many of whom are accusing the president and the white house for pandering for pennies. given the surge in gas prices which have just about doubled since he took office at 18 cents a gallon break by the biden white house by way of the federal gas tax, it may not seem like much and while some economists believe it'll actually drive up inflation and deplete much-needed federal transportation dollars, republicans on capitol hill are accusing the president of a bit of gimmickry. the dem's so-called gas tax holiday say gimmick worth 18
cents a gallon or 6% of the increase in gas since biden took office meant to cover up the fact that democratic policies restricted supply and raised costs. added chuck grassley of iowa, a potential gas tax holiday subsidizes demand. we don't have a demand issue. we have a supply issue. since president biden waged war on fossil fuel production. opponents acknowledge the move isn't perfect but say it's something. part of an evolving strategy by the white house perhaps by at least giving appearance of working to reduce the pain at the pump. consider alongside the proposed gas tax holiday, there's a planned trip to saudi arabia, presumably to request an increase in supply, and then there's thursday's meeting with big oil executives headed by energy secretary jennifer grand holm to reduce energy costs domestically. >> i guarantee you we're going
to end fossil fuel and i'm not going to cooperate with them, ok? >> reporter: major oil executives are fuming over the president's consistently tough talk and even tougher actions against their industry. just this week, he criticized them for their billions in quarterly profits and when they cried foul, biden equipped, "i didn't know they could get their feelings hurt that quickly." chevron chairman and ceo mike says we need an honest dialogue on how best to balance energy, economic and environmental objectives. we can only meet these challenges by working together. >> indeed, a war of words between the white house and oil executives and although the president has yet to discuss specifics about a possible gas tax holiday policy, senate democrats you may recall back in february proposed suspending the tax for the entirety of the year. we'll see what happens. again, sources telling fox we'll learn a lot more about that plan sometime tomorrow. in the meantime, back to you. >> shannon: all right, kevin,
i'll see you again in just a minute. >> reporter: good stuff coming up. see you soon. >> shannon: see you soon, my friend. the heart-pounding rescue of a toddler from a burning home next. gronkowski makes a big announcement complete with a tease. don't miss today's viral videos next.. vazalore 325 liquid-filled aspirin capsule is clinically shown in a 7 day study to cause fewer ulcers than immediate release aspirin. vazalore. the first liquid-filled aspirin capsules...amazing! ♪ i want to rock and roll all night ♪ ♪ and party every day. ♪ ♪ i want to rock and roll all night ♪ applebee's late night. because half off is just more fun. now that's eatin' good in the neighborhood.
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>> shannon: first up in tonight's viral videos a trio of river otters found a new form of fun frolicking around a bucket of ice -- i will pass -- but it looks like they're having a good time. the oregon zoo posting this adorable video to twitter showing the momma on ther and her two pups diving and wriggling in the ice, wrestling with each other and jumping on some cubes at some point. looks like they're having a great time. >> hello! police. >> anyone in there, buddy? come on, man! >> come on [bleep] man.
>> what's the kid's name? [screaming] >> shannon: a nail-biting rescue all caught on body cam. a 3-year-old boy named m.j. whose home caught fire early in the morning. video shows the intense effort by first responders in wisconsin to break through a window and pull the toddler to safety. the boy is reportedly in stable condition after the whole ordeal. a stunning sight in minnesota we just had to share. lightning flashing at the same time rainbows are arched in the sky. beautiful, but not as cool. the national weather service warned of penny-sized hail and winds of up to 60 miles per hour in that area while that was going on. and now this a scene straight from the movie "homeward bound" if you'll remember that, a dog making his way all the way back to his house after escaping a pet hotel while his owners were on vacation. a ring door camera catching it all on video.
the pup is peeping through the windows wondering why no one is home. we can't handle how cute that is! they're very smart! all right, nfl tight end rob gronkowski announcing his retirement for a second time writing on instagram from retirement back to football, winning another championship and now back to chilling out. thank you to all. cheers to what is next. maybe sailing the seas? long-time teammate tom brady wrote a nice tribute on instagram saying gronk was very cussed -- focused all the time. any way f you've got viral videos to share, hit us up @shannonbream or @foxnewsatnight on social media. a florida sheriff's office is looking for the young adult who threw an open house party in an $8 million home they broke into. then they posted the evidence on social media. laura ingle has that story and much more tonight on tonight's
crime round-up. good evening, laura. >> reporter: shannon from surveillance video to cell phone incriminating snapchat. number of criminals captured on camera continue to mount. check out this out-of-control party complete with multiple boxing matches inside a multimillion dollar home. the problem, these aren't the homeowners and this is video of an active burglary gone wild. the walton county sheriff's office says about 200 teenagers and young adults broke into the $8 million mansion in a community near sea-side florida that was up for sale. while the owners were out of town, they threw the bash including ransacking the closets, stealing property, purses, jewelry and liquor and smoking cigars and flaunting their complete invasion of privacy and posting videos on social media. the sheriff's office warning the party-throwing people they can
be tracked down. police in the bay area in california are on the lookout for a thief who attacked a man inside a busy shopping mall in hayward over the weekend knocking the victim unconscious before ripping jewelry right off his motionless body. the robbery shows a suspect who may have been armed with a knife take the man's necklace and run. a devious delivery in new york city ending with assault and robbery after a man impersonating a ups delivery employee made his way into a building earlier this month. surveillance video shows the fake delivery guy outside the building and then in front of the victim's door with a box at his side before forcing his way into the apartment. police say he hit the 28-year-old victim in the head with a wooden stick before taking off with electronics and jewelry. there is new york, a chilling piece of video from an armed robbery inside of a cell phone store. the suspect forced customers, including a six-year-old little
boy into a closet at gunpoint and swiping 100 cell phones before taking off. the video showing just how close the gun was to that small child. the nypd reports no one was injured. shannon? >> shannon: laura, thank you very much for the update. it is time to bring kevin corke back as we officially kick off the summer season. a lot of folks hitting the roads out there, if they can afford it, but apparently, kevin, we have a hard time trusting other people behind wheel when we're not driving. >> apparently! i love this story! i don't know where tracy found this. this is terrific. ok. here is the question, shannon: if your spouse is sitting next to you -- by the way, don't answer this out loud -- here is the question. does your partner's driving worry you? i mean, do your palms get sweaty when your wife's behind the wheel or your husband is driving? do you want to get out and walk? well, if that's you, apparently you're not alone. surveys from some 2,000 adults looking at how people are saying
they're being more careful on the road these days because everyone else on the road is absolutely nuts. here is the road anxiety i need to share with you before i get to you weigh in. 53% of those driving feel anxious about other drivers' behaviors. 61% say they feel like the pandemic has made people drive more unsafely. i agree with that. 63% of those in relationships say they get nervous -- ha-ha -- when their partner is driving. you know who you are. 60% keep an eye on the speedometer when someone else is driving the car. 70% check to make sure that everyone has on a seatbelt before the car is in motion. i know i was laughing through that, bream, because i know how some people feel when i'm driving. it's not a good thing. how about you? ha-ha. >> shannon: ha-ha. i think my driving would barely make other people nervous if i'm being honest about it. um, we have places to go and things to do, kevin. >> are you a lead foot? >> shannon: i obey all the
speed limits. my issue isn't speed. my issue is if i think i could save 30 seconds by cutting through a neighborhood, i will do that. if you're going to slow -- if you're not going the speed limit -- i have to work my criticism of you from behind the wheel. >> i'm bad. i have to admit. i've been given more breaks than i probably deserve. i try to be better. i'm not a speeder but i can be impatient. my big thing is i've taken liberties with sort of rolling stops. i shouldn't do that. >> shannon: oh, ok. well, i've been convicted. i need to work on my attitude behind the wheel. let's do it. kevin, we're in it together. >> indeed. i'll see you in a bit. >> shannon: see you for some good news. coming up, the president is speaking of a federal gas tax holiday as kevin reported so prices are soaring. how much relief could you get at the pump if he makes that move and what's hidden costs to doing
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>> let me put it this way, i'm in the process. i'll have a decision before the week is out but you asked me an explicit question about whether or not how would i feel? will it in fact make it difficult to maintain our roads? the sans we have plenty of compass -- the answer is we have plenty of capacity to do that. >> if we remove the gas tax, that takes await funding just passed -- that takes away the funding that was just passed by congress to be able to do that. >> president biden contradicting the national secretary about how a gas tax would be needed to maintain america's roads. the president may call for a temporary suspension of the federal gasoline tax. start there with tonight's bream team panel. i want to remind everybody about what president obama said about this gas tax lifting idea back in 2008. >> we're arguing over a gimmick to save you half a tank of gas,
over the course of the entire summer so that everyone in washington can pat themselves on the back and say they did something. well, let me tell you something... this isn't an idea designed to get you through the summer. it's an idea designed to get them through an election. >> shannon: jason, your take! >> i agree! i yield more time to president obama. he's absolutely right on that. it's a pure gimmick. it doesn't solve the problem at all! it really doesn't. we have a supply problem and the president has no plan other than to go to the saudis, cut some gas tax. tap to the strategic preserves, all of which are bad ideas and that could solve the problem here at home, but that's not what he's doing. >> shannon: leslie, are you with president biden or president obama with this? >> first of all, that was a different time. when you have gas that is pushing over $4 a gallon in some
states and in my state over $6 a gallon on average, you know, over 18 cents a gallon could men people. i would agree -- could help some people. i would agree with jason this won't fix it. i haven't heard the president or anyone in my party say it would. if you want to talk about fixing it, why don't we talk to the oil ceo's, the corporations that profited, record profits in the first quarter of this year and continue to do so and pocket that money and put it in other markets, not our own stock market, not our own economy, and they can lower the gas prices simply by putting less in their pocket but they choose not to. >> they reminded us they lost tens of billions of dollars during covid and borrowed tens of billions of dollars to keep going so they'd be ready for the return since the pandemic. we've all been celebrating it. feels like we're a long ways to go there. leslie is in agreement with
jason on some of this. let's go to the next topic with all of that agreement happening because i have a feeling it might end here. let's talk about this gun control measure which has come together after a lot of negotiations over in the senate with democrats and republicans. the initial vote to get it going procedurally was a success tonight. even within the republican party, there's a exploit this. tom cotton says... stopping gun vye starts with -- violence starts with more funding for police and stopping criminals who vyegate gun laws. not taking away due process from law-abiding gun owners. quick comment on this, jason and leslie. >> i'm more with senator cotton on this one. i don't like putting
restrictions on law-abiding citizens. i do like the best practices provision to deal with school safety. i do think you should -- even if they're a juvenile, i do think they should go back and be able to look at those records as a juvenile when they're doing the national instant criminal background check. but the other provisions, i just can't agree with at this point. >> shannon: all right. quick final word to leslie. >> you know, look, when you say you don't want to put the power, you know, in the hands of the government, second amendment is very clear, well-regulated militia. if you read the entire constitution, that regulation specifically is given to congress, that authority is given to congress, that is our government first. second, second, when we -- when we just have, um, you know some of the -- some of these are good measures. this is a band-aid. this is a problem that needs surgery. i think they need to do more. >> shannon: not everyone is not getting anywhere near what
they want. we'll watch to see if it gets through the senate and the house by the end of the week. leslie and jason, thank you, both, very much. >> thank you, shannon. >> thanks, shannon. >> shannon: coming up, a key decision from the supreme court today that could impact the use of government vouchers at religious schools. what it could mean when it comes to school choice for parents and students next. hated sticking my, then i got the dexcom g6. i just glance at my phone, and there's my glucose number. wow. my a1c has dropped over 2 points to 7.2. that's a huge victory. ♪ i want to rock and roll all night ♪ ♪ and party every day. ♪ ♪ i want to rock and roll all night ♪ applebee's late night. because half off is just more fun. now that's eatin' good in the neighborhood.
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>> shannon: first up in tonight's real news round-up, a jury today found bill cosby sexually assaulted a then 16-year-old girl back in 1975. his accuser, judith, says in the civil suit she filed against cosby that he molested her at the playboy mansion, and he denies the accusation. cosby was freed last year from prison after an appeals court overturned his criminal conviction. the jury awarded her $500,000 in damages. a sold-out concert in new york by the man who tried to murder then president ronald reagan has been canceled reportedly due to increasing threats. 67-year-old john hinckley jr. shot president reagan in 1981 but was found not guilty by reason of insanity and spent the next 35 years in a psychiatric hospital. he was freed of court oversight last week completely. he now writes and and produces
music. >> a program in maine offers tuition aid for private education. decision to fuel a renewed push for school choice programs. the challenge, the row v weighed abortion ruling. here is rich edson. >> reporter: dave and amy carson live in a town with no public secondary school. maine offers the carsons money to send their children to a private school. there's a condition. no tuition funding for religious schools. >> the state will take your money obviously but won't allow you to use it as you know best. >> reporter: amy carson wanted to send her daughter, olivia, to bangor christian school. she -- she did and got nothing from the state. the carsons sued & the supreme court sided with them and overturned the law.
the state pays tuition for certain students in private schools so long as the schools are not religious. that is discrimination against religion. >> you can't be penalized for seeking benefits that are otherwise available because you're a religious believer. that's a penalty and a limitation on your freedom of religious. >> reporter: the catholic association says "religious families and even families that aren't religious but see the value in faith-based schools should not be cut out from programs that help parents make the best educational choice for their kids." dissenting justice sonia sotomayor accused the court of. [indiscernible] writing, "if the state can't offer subsidies to its citizens without being required to fund religious exercise, any state that values its historic anti-establishment interests more than this court does will have to curtail the support it offers to its citizens." this ruling could also affect 18 other states with similar
funding bans. the court next releases decisions thursday. still outstanding, cases on a preying high school football coach, limits on concealing and carrying firearms and a challenge to row v weighed. shannon? >> shannon: all right, we'll be watching. rich thank you very much. and some good news before we say good night in the harrowing moments following monday's accident when a taxi jumped a curb in manhattan, a large group of new yorkers just joined right in, came together to try to save two women who were pinned underneath that vehicle. precious time ticking away. the group attempted to lift the entire cab off the victims. unfortunately, six people were taken to the hospital including these two women with severe leg injuries. mayor eric adams later thanked the group saying the good samaritans lift up the symbol of what new york so. kevin, you and i work and out of there all the time. there are a lot of good folks i find on the streets of new york who will help you when you're lost and certainly in an emergency like that.
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