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Well let's just say this -- Monday Newsday could have been very different.
Welcome everybody I'm Neil Cavuto and here's the deal here -- today's big stories in no certain order.
United and continental want to merge the White House wants to distance itself from that oil leak in the gulf.
And Arizona protesters want to go after senator Jon Kyl that.
For dropping the ball on that immigration mess in his state.
Life goes on in America because we -- something -- -- happening.
At the crossroads of America Times Square is still bustling but many folks still wondering.
What if that car bomb had gone off there this weekend.
What if that street vendor who noticed the weird smoke coming out of that SUV.
-- -- first alerted police who then cleared out Times Square.
Whatever city that prides itself on saying that if you see something say something hadn't done -- that we're told hundreds would have likely died and a huge fireball -- -- more.
Hard to say this much is not we dodged a bullet America dodged a -- So we're back at work this Monday to -- news stories and not counting victims.
Some say we were lucky like we were what his shoe bomber couldn't -- -- -- -- -- and another bomber his underwear to ignite.
The world -- only notes the disasters we have heard only the ones we do not.
Like -- attacks stopped because of good intelligence.
Smoking yes -- -- -- not blowing up because of some good luck and some good cops.
Good breaks that allow us to ponder headlines we know and not the unthinkable Wi -- So be grateful for -- same old Monday.
Let's just say it could have been a very very different month.
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