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Hispanic Trump voter defends Trump's rhetoric

A Hispanic Trump voter and an undocumented immigrant debate Trump's immigration policies with CNN's Van Jones.

Posted: Feb 12, 2018 2:19 PM
Updated: Feb 12, 2018 2:19 PM

Happy Monday. We'll be spending the morning poring through the thousands of emails you sent with your suggestions on our Sunday experiment. But first, here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know Today" delivered to your inbox daily. Sign up here.)

1. Politics

Immigration takes center stage in the Senate starting today when Majority Leader Mitch McConnell opens up floor debate on the topic. Several amendments will be considered, including President Trump's proposal for a pathway to citizenship for 1.8 million immigrants in exchange for $25 billion for a border wall and other security enhancements.

Meanwhile, the President unveils that much-talked about infrastructure plan today. The proposal's general outline calls for a $200 billion federal investment in the nation's roads, bridges, waterways and railroads. The White House hopes the money will trigger state and local governments to spend a total of $1.5 trillion on improvements.

2. Crashes

A Russian plane crashed on takeoff near Moscow over the weekend, killing all 71 people. The crew of the Saratov Airlines flight didn't report any problems before it crashed in snowy terrain. The plane's flight recorders have been recovered.

Meanwhile, three people died when a helicopter touring the Grand Canyon crashed in Arizona. Three survivors and the pilot were later rescued in an operation that was hampered by the windy and rugged conditions in the canyon.

3. Puerto Rico blackout

Officials are working to restore power to northern parts of the island, including the capital of San Juan, after an explosion and fire at a power substation caused a blackout. The fire was sparked by a mechanical failure and was quickly put out. If you remember, Hurricane Maria plunged almost all of Puerto Rico into darkness when it hit last fall. Some 450,000 are still lacking power because of it.

4. Oxfam sex scandal

The aid organizaion Oxfam could lose public funding over allegations its staff hired prostitutes in Haiti while they were working after the 2010 earthquake. Oxfam aid workers, including the country director, are accused of turning a rented villa into a makeshift brothel. Oxfam says it will strengthen its vetting of its staff and create a whistleblower hotline to make sure such things don't happen again.

5. Aetna

Aetna is being investigated by California's insurance commissioner after one of its former medical director made a shocking admission under oath in a deposition: he never looked at patient records when deciding whether to OK or deny care. CNN showed California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones a transcript of the testimony, and he wants to know if this is a widespread practice at Aetna.

WINTER OLYMPICS

Over the weekend, teenager Red Gerard claimed the USA's first gold as he produced the performance of his life in the snowboard slopestyle competition.

-- OAR's Evgenia Medvedeva set a new world record in the women's figure skating short program.

-- Canadian Eric Radford became the first openly gay man in Winter Olympics history to earn a gold medal with Team Canada's figure skating win.

-- Russia's Semen Elistratov became the first Olympic Athlete from Russia (OAR) to medal. But then Olympic officials had to defend their decision to let him compete after it emerged he served a doping suspension.

-- Mirai Nagasu became the first American female figure skater to hit the triple axel during an Olympic event.

Here's what's coming up:

-- This week, we'll get a glimpse of one of the most dominant athletes in winter sport and potentially the face of these games: USA's Mikaela Shiffrin. She'll be looking to claim her first gold of these Games in the women's giant slalom (which was put on hold after high winds forced the event to be postponed).

-- After claiming a silver medal in the 5,000m on Saturday, Team Netherlands' Ireen Wust has the opportunity to become the most successful speed skater in Olympic history if she is able to claim a medal in the 1500m.

-- Team USA are just two golds away from reaching a landmark 100 gold medals in Winter Olympics history

BREAKFAST BROWSE

Grab your spot

If you want a peek at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after the "I dos," the post-wedding processional route has been released.

Sorry, ladies

Idris Elba popped the question to his girlfriend at a film screening -- and there's video. Watch it and weep.

Extreme makeover

Months after it was turned into a prison for prominent Saudis, the Ritz-Carlton in Riyadh is open to the us regular folk again.

R.I.P. Reg

Whether you knew him as Normal, the political operative on "The Wire," or as Freddy, the barbecue man on "House of Cards," Reg E. Cathey's voice was something to hear. He died at age 59.

AND FINALLY

Hey, Siri ...

What would Siri have been like in the 80s? Wonder no more. (Click to view)

Indiana Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Confirmed Cases: 78632

Reported Deaths: 3113
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Marion16437734
Lake7952283
Elkhart505191
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St. Joseph376683
Hamilton3033104
Vanderburgh212215
Hendricks1978109
Johnson1819119
Cass18139
Porter141539
Clark135250
Tippecanoe129312
Madison106266
LaPorte96730
Howard94865
Kosciusko87812
Bartholomew86747
Floyd86150
Marshall80523
Monroe78432
Vigo77913
Delaware77752
Dubois72912
Noble71729
Boone71646
Hancock70239
Warrick61230
Jackson6075
Shelby57328
LaGrange57110
Grant53330
Dearborn52828
Morgan50135
Henry46720
Clinton4624
Wayne41010
White38411
Montgomery36721
Harrison36524
Lawrence35927
Decatur35332
Putnam3318
Daviess29620
Scott28110
Miami2792
Jasper2662
Greene25934
Franklin25116
Gibson2464
DeKalb2444
Jennings23312
Ripley2218
Steuben2173
Carroll2135
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Perry18913
Orange18824
Posey1840
Starke1817
Wabash1805
Wells1802
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Jefferson1752
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Sullivan1631
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Ohio Coronavirus Cases

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Confirmed Cases: 106557

Reported Deaths: 3784
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Cuyahoga14120523
Hamilton10001262
Lucas5609324
Montgomery4619101
Summit3749225
Butler310569
Marion295645
Mahoning2665259
Pickaway241142
Stark1947142
Warren191440
Lorain188477
Columbiana170461
Trumbull1598112
Fairfield147334
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Licking139053
Clark123516
Lake116343
Wood111558
Clermont100011
Medina98836
Miami89339
Allen84246
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Portage78264
Greene76512
Mercer67613
Richland63512
Belmont62926
Erie62630
Madison58710
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Wayne58160
Geauga56445
Ross5285
Darke44230
Sandusky42117
Hancock4153
Huron4145
Ottawa40827
Athens3662
Lawrence3340
Holmes3326
Auglaize2888
Union2801
Muskingum2651
Scioto2651
Seneca2454
Jefferson2403
Shelby2344
Preble2302
Putnam22117
Knox2199
Washington21222
Coshocton1999
Champaign1922
Morrow1882
Hardin18312
Crawford1815
Clinton1806
Logan1742
Highland1712
Perry1693
Fulton1601
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Fayette1270
Henry1252
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