San Francisco attack, covid classroom battle, Spielberg’s E.T. regret
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A homeless man allegedly attacks a former fire commissioner with a metal pipe in San Francisco. But the suspect's attorney claims it’s the fire commissioner who is the aggressor, after spraying the homeless man with bear spray. The panel goes to go deeper into this story to see what it says about the homeless situation in the City. Plus, Teachers Union President Randi Weingarten tells Alisyn Camerota about her heated hearing on Capitol Hill relating to school closures during the Covid-19 pandemic. And, the mistake legendary director Steven Spielberg says he made in the re-release of his classic film "E.T.", and why he'll never do it again. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit
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