it's mind boggling. >> nbc's michelle kosinski is live at broward hospital where she's recovering from the second brain surgery with the latest. michelle. >> reporter: that's what was so extraordinary about this. it's so extreme and sudden. this happened between two kids who did not know each other, had not met before. it's a little complicated, but the 15-year-old boy according to police had sent a text message to this little girl while she was waiting for her bus in an attempt to get in touch with her 13-year-old friend who didn't have a cell phone. when josie ratley e-mailed back, she said she didn't approve of their relationship. it went back and forth. she made a disparaging remark about the boy's older brother who committed suicide recently. they said he became enraged, put on steel-toed books, road three
this bill was patterned after what mitt romney did in massachusetts. this is a very bipartisan bill, even though it didn't get any republican votes. in normal times when the republicans weren't in such an obstructionist move, this would have been a middle of the road bill with a lot of republican votes. this bill was essentially signed by a republican governor in massachusetts. >> former vermont governor howard dean, former claire of the democratic national committee. governor dean, thank you for joining us this morning. thank you. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. so who are the winners and losers in the world of politics? our radio host will weigh in in less than 10 minutes from now. >>> for the first time since the thanksgiving weekend car accident led to revelations of a sex scandal, tiger woods answered questions from reporters last night. he gave two brief interviews to espn and the golf channel. there were no restrictions on the questions but the networks were given just five...
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