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David Begnaud
CBS News Correspondent. Boo to a Boo. Uncle. Son. Brother. Catholic. Ragin Cajun. LA. native. Equestrian. Country Music fan. Inspired by Maya Angelou & Oprah
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David Begnaud 7h
“North Korea Donald Trump International News North Korea scoffs at Trump’s ‘nuclear button’ tweet” calling it: “The spasm of a lunatic”
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David Begnaud 15h
Leaving Honolulu headed for Perris, CA...by the time we arrive, our first report will be Tuesday on
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David Begnaud 16h
“4 months of Hurricane , there are still families with children living in huts of camping in a field of basketball in Luquillo, Puerto,” reports
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David Begnaud 22h
(Begnaud) “you sure this was an accident?" ( admin) “Yes...I know the individual. This was an accident. Not intentional at all." We go inside the operations center center the mistake was made warning that a missile was headed for Hawaii
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David Begnaud Jan 15
Replying to @The_FineMan
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David Begnaud Jan 15
Coming up on , we’re in Honolulu with the latest information on how an alert, warning of a missile headed for the island, was a false alarm - we’ll ask the head of if he’s sure it was an “accident”?
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David Begnaud Jan 14
The Hawaii Emergency worker who “pressed the wrong button” warning of an inbound missile to Hawaii, has been reassigned, but NOT fired, and will return to work as the investigation in to his mistake, continues.
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David Begnaud Jan 14
The employee who hit the wrong button in Hawaii, triggering a false alarm warning of an inbound missle, had chance to catch his mistake; he had to hit the wrong button TWICE: Reporter: There was a two-step process and they pressed Yes in both situations? Official: Right.
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Face The Nation Jan 14
. reports from Hawaii this morning after yesterday's missile false alarm message:
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David Begnaud Jan 13
Replying to @DavidBegnaud
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David Begnaud Jan 13
Replying to @DavidBegnaud
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David Begnaud Jan 13
Walmart just emailed me this statement
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David Begnaud Jan 13
BREAKING: Walmart agrees to extend minimum wage increase ($11 an hr) to ALL employees in Puerto Rico, announces Governor 3 hours ago we tweeted that the Gov was asking to reconsider its position. It didn't take long.
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David Begnaud Jan 13
Replying to @DavidBegnaud
Here is the Governor’s new release
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David Begnaud Jan 13
I arrive in Honolulu at midnight. I’ll collect mine, thank you. Malbec, please.
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David Begnaud Jan 13
More from : “This is another regrettable example of the inequality we face as second-class citizens because we are not on an equal footing.”
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David Begnaud Jan 13
Walmart is raising the minimum wage for its workers, but excluding “some of its workers in the territory of Puerto Rico,” according to the island’s Governor . So, why is doing this? I’m waiting on a response from them. Backstory:
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CBS News Jan 13
The head of Hawaii's Emergency Management Agency take responsibility for an error that caused a false ballistic missile alert: "This is my fault, and we will work so this doesn't happen again."
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Ajit Pai Jan 13
The is launching a full investigation into the false emergency alert that was sent to residents of Hawaii.
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David Begnaud Jan 13
Saturday in Puerto Rico 115 days after Maria Status.pr reports: *80% power generation *55% of island has electricity *96% of the island has water (boil advisory remains)
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