Jimmy Barrett and Shara Fryer take you through the stories that matter on the morning of 08/12/2019, including: The White House is circulating drafts of a proposed executive order that would address allegations of anti-conservative bias by social media companies, a month after President Donald Trump pledged to explore "all regulatory and legislative solutions" on the issue. The founder and CEO of ACCUWEATHER: No evidence heatwaves becoming more common because of 'climate change'...Dr. Joel Myers says, although average temperatures have been higher in recent years, there is no evidence so far that extreme heat waves are becoming more common because of climate change, especially when you consider how many heat waves occurred historically compared to recent history. He adds, “26 of the 50 states set their all-time high temperature records during the 1930s that still stand (some have since been tied)… So 37 of the 50 states have an all-time high temperature record not exceeded for more than 75 years. The overwhelming majority of American voters say they are more likely to support 2020 presidential candidates who oppose illegal immigration to the United States, a new poll finds. The latest Harvard/Harris Poll reveals that about 70 percent, or seven-in-ten, U.S. voters said they would be more likely to support a 2020 presidential candidate who stands for “strengthening our border to reduce illegal immigration” to the country. Voters across racial lines said they would be more likely to support a 2020 presidential candidate that wants to reduce illegal immigration. Roughly 63 percent of black Americans and 61 percent of Hispanic Americans said they would be more likely to support an anti-illegal immigration presidential candidate.