MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — From Hillary Clinton getting back on the campaign trail to a new EpiPen bill, here are the four stories to know for Thursday, Sept. 15.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will be back on the campaign trail. She’s spent the last 3 days at home recovering from pneumonia but her doctor says she’s healthy and fit to serve. The Clinton campaign is also calling on Donald Trump to release his own medical records. The Republican nominee’s campaign promises that information will come out later this week.
Lawmakers are responding to the EpiPen price debate. On Thursday, a bipartisan group of Senate and House members plan to introduce a bill forcing drug makers to explain why any price hike of more than 10 percent is justified. It would have to be done at least a month before any increase. With it being so late in the session though, passage is virtually impossible.
NFL On CBS/Twitter
History will be made on Twitter Thursday night. For the first time ever, an NFL game will be streamed live on the social networking platform. Twitter will stream 10 games in all this season. The New York Jets take on the Buffalo Bills at 7. But a better option is to just watch the game right here on WCCO.
Dyson has launched a new product and it’s not a vacuum. This is the Dyson Supersonic hairdryer. It launched in the U.S. Wednesday. The company spent more than 67-million dollars to develop it. Dyson says the dryer has an intelligent heat control to ensure it doesn’t overheat or cause hair damage. It’s selling for about $400.