Oklahoma Tornado Recovery: Searching Block by Block

May 21 (Bloomberg) -- Residents returned to piles of debris where their homes once stood and rescue workers used dogs to sniff through rubble in search of survivors after a tornado two miles wide flattened an Oklahoma City suburb. At least 24 people died and 237 were injured, authorities said. ABC News Correspondent Marci Gonzalez reports on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

Jim Messina on DNC: Charlie Rose
23:13 - Former President Bill Clinton spoke at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia in support of his wife's candidacy on Tuesday. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump created a new controversy today urging Russia to hack into Hillary Clinton's missing emails. The comment sparked outrage from the Clinton campaign which accused him of inciting Russian espionage. We are joined by Jim Messina who served as President Obama's campaign manager in 2012. (Source: Bloomberg)
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