(CNN)Dash cam video is released in the South Carolina police shooting. Severe weather turns deadly in the Midwest. Shootings and a chase rock D.C. It's Friday, and here are the five things to know for your New Day.
5 things to know for your New Day -- Friday, April 10
New video: It started off as a fairly mundane traffic stop. It ended with a man shot dead in the back. We've seen the video of the fatal shooting. Now dash cam video from the traffic stop is available. The video, released yesterday, shows former North Charleston police Officer Michael Slager stopping Walter Scott's vehicle and the early interactions between the two. Everything seems fairly normal until Scott bolts from the vehicle and runs out of range of the dash cam. A few minutes later, as documented in the earlier video, Slager shoots Scott dead.
Deadly tornadoes: Several tornadoes ripped through the rural Midwest yesterday, leaving one person dead in Fairdale, Illinois. In nearby Kirkland, debris is so thick on the roads that first responders searching for trapped residents could not yet asses damage or injuries. Video surfaced of a massive twister barreling through rural Illinois farmland. Another large and dangerous tornado tore across fields in Iowa, and a twister touched down about 70 miles outside of St. Louis.
Gunfire and chase: A slew of shootings and a chase rocked Washington late last night. The first shooting occurred at the gates of the U.S. Census Bureau headquarters in Suitland, Maryland. A guard was shot there. The suspect fled the scene and headed toward downtown Washington, firing gunshots along the way, with police in pursuit. The chase ended in a crash on Washington's busy H Street, where the suspect and police had a shootout. The suspect and an officer were wounded. Police say this all started with a domestic kidnapping incident.
Veto-proof? Backers of a Senate bill that would let Congress review the Iran nuclear deal and stop President Obama from waiving sanctions on Iran are about four votes shy of being able to override a presidential veto. The bill is expected to get an OK from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee early next week before being voted on by the full Senate. Many Democrats seemed more willing to vote for the measure, and defy Obama, after influential New York Sen. Chuck Schumer voiced support for the bill earlier this week.
Not a candidate? She tells anyone who'll listen that she's not running for President. Yet Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, in an interview airing this morning on CNN's "New Day," sounded very much like a presidential candidate. Warren weighed in on a number of issues, including the verdict in the Boston Marathon bombing trial and the recent police shooting in South Carolina. She also talked about the 2016 presidential race and her hope that the candidates will talk about ways to help America's middle class.
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