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complely impolite. >> better late than never, two hour premier tonight on nbc. well, the seat of power. >> we'll have a great year. it will be a fantastic 2018. we are off to a very good start, as you know, with the great tax cuts, and anwr and getting rid of the individual mandate which was very unpopular as you know. >> president trump offering an optimistic view hitting into 2018 at a neefs black tie party at mar-a-lago. >> north korea kim jong-un threatens nuclear button at his
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fingertips. >> as deep freeze kicks off today for 2018. great being with you on this neefs i'm frances rivera. >> and i'm phillip mena. happy new year's eve to you on all of you on this brisk morning. fantastic fireworks helped ring in the new year. revellers braved the feel temperatures below 7 degrees. many kicking off the celebrations with a burst of n confetti. >> thousands of spectators had the navy peer in chicago. >> first night celebration boston flurry of fireworks. many parts of the world have already running in the new year with dazzling displays like this one in thailand.
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gabe gyuy tellez tells us more. >> reporter: hong kong is already making aspect tar lack entrance. >> for new year's i'm hoping to have a year full of love, happiness, laughter, and help others where i can. >> reporter: new zealand greeted it with pyrotechnics. scotland with bag pipes. hungary took the plunge early. while even north korea put on an exhibit extravagant show. in sidney harbor lit up legalization of same sex marriage. but as the rest of the world rings in the new year, turkey has arrested people.
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in germany stricker security after more than 100 women were groped and robbed two years ago during a new year's eve party. >> i feel safe. i'm not scared. >> yeah, i think the thing is fear that scares people. >> after or attacks this year in london, they say there is no respect shs but urging people to support any suspicious activity. >> we have officers in london, but 8.8 million londoners and i want them to be eyes and ears to keep us safe. >> around the world 2017 is coming to a close with cascade of lights. and in japan, a celebration of new beginnings and letting go. gabe gutierrez, nbc news. >> developing this morning, we are learning five members of a new york family are among 12 dead when a charter plane crashed in cota rica. 10 americans were on that flight
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and all perished. it crashed in mountain area near pacific coast, a popular tourist destination. photographs show burning wreckage of the plane in the woods 140 miles west of the capitol of san jose. government officials say the crew experienced pilot. civil aviation said it was headed for san jose when it went down and cause is under investigation. >> littleton colorado deadly rampage that left a sheriff deputy dead and several others injured. 37-year-old matthew opened fire seconds after officers entered his home responding to a disturbance call. the sheriff is calling the shooting an ambush. the community is in warning. we get more from nbc steve paterson. >> reporter: shots fired. a deadly shoot out in what the sheriff is calling an ambush. >> we have one deputy down inside the apartment. all of us have been hit at least once. >> reporter: all started as they
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answered a disturbance call outside the suburb of denver. >> police say the gunman opened fire at the responding officers after barricading himself in his bedroom. in the end the gunman shot 7, five deputies and two civilians killing one deputy. >> all of them were shot very, very quickly. more of an ambush type of an attack on our officers. he knew we were coming. >> reporter: police warning residents to shelter in place and stay away from walls and windows as deputies returned gunfire killing the suspect. the deputy killed 29-year-old zachary parish, father of two who joined the department just seven months ago. >> this is assad day for the douglas county sheriff's office. we are deeply saddened by the loss of zachary. when i sat with his wife and
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held her hand, i could see in her eyes her life was over. >> reporter: residents in and law enforcement showing support as parish was taken from the hospital to the morgue in a procession. they say all of the injured deputies are in stable condition, recovering after emergency surgery. >> this is sa tragic day we'll be feel forge a long time. >> reporter: the community now mourning the loss of one of their own. >> thanks for the report. >> as tensions between u.s. and north korea continue to escalate, kim jong-un says the united states should be aware country nuclear forces are now a reality. during his and you'll new year's eve day address he said the u.s. should know the button is on his desk. also reminded everyone the u.s. mainland is within striking rank. now joining us from seoul.
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good morning. >> reporter: yes, that warning to the u.s. and ol certificate branch extended to south korean in this national an address from kim jong-un. he spoke about 30 minutes at no point during this speech did he mention president trump. instead, talking about the united states as a nuclear threat to his country saying that they know have a deterrence that the whole of the mainland is within our firing range. these are direct quotes from kim jong-un. and that the nuclear missile button is right on my desk. he said it's not a threat but a reality. he also said that the north would never strike first, but that they would retaliate if attacked. no way to verify really these claims that the north koreans now have a nuclear arsenal. they have carried about 15 ballistic missile tests and strongest nuclear test back in september. but the nos surprising part of
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this speech was overture to the south korean, kim jong-un talking about the winter olympics set to place next month, just about 60 miles south of the demilitarized zoning saying he's hoping forea peaceful olympics and willing to send delegation possibly these two ice skaters who have qualified, and open to talks with the south koreans. south koreans today saying they welcome the proposal. phillip, frances. >> kelly, thank you so much. >> heavy snow may have contributed to big pipe up in southwest michigan began whereas many as 50 cars were involved in crashes on i 94. some minor injuries reported. >>. part of the highway closed for several hours. look at that mess. so scary. >> let's bring in meteorologist michelle grossman with check black on the arctic blast. >> yeah, that's right, it reminds you how dangerous it is out there, the snow, ice, and
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dangerously cold air. look at this map under this wind chill warning. be careful as you head out. we can't say it enough. layer up. people are getting back to reality. take it slow as you head out today. over 150 million people affected. look at these temperatures today. high for the day. 13 degrees in boston. 18 in new york. and 25 in washington. so another frigid day. big day in college football
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eruption. with the peaceful transfer of power. >> i donald trump do solemnly swear. >> this carnage stops right here and stops rights now. >> reporter: donald trump became president of a deeply divided nation. country that couldn't even agree on how many people were there that day. >> photographs of the inaugural procedures were intentionally framed in hawaii to minimize the enormous support that had gathered on the national mall. >> reporter: but year of unrest is just getting started. by february many believe we may be on the brink of war after north korea lobbed a missile over the sea of japan. >> first global crisis for president trump. >> they will be met with fire and fury. >> reporter: by the end of the year the north koreas had surk cess fully tested a missile which could reach anywhere in the u.s. terror wrists continued to wage their war, cars and trucks
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becoming a preferred weapon beginning in march on westminster bridge. >> terror strike. >> reporter: as the year went on more deadly attacks in london, sweden, spain and new york. >> this is a nbc news special report. >> reporter: in april the u.s. responds to a different kind of terror. a chemical attack on civilians. >> u.s. military forces have just waged a launch of cruise missiles attack on syria. >> reporter: while ha political battle heating up back in washington. >> there is no collusion between me and my campaign and russians. the russians did not effect the vote. >> reporter: but when president trump fired his fbi director. >> they did not see this coming at the fbi. >> reporter: special counsel was appointed. he's still at work. in this violent year, no place seems sacred, not a pop concert in england, not a congressional
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baseball practice. >> steve scalise was among those who shot. >> reporter: not a concert country music concert in las vegas. not even a church in rural texas. >> rapid fire. boom, boom, boom, boom. >> reporter: but killing even more people than guns this year, america's opioid epidemic. >> you said you had a nickname for the street. >> morge. in 47 minutes there was nine deaths on the street. >> hundreds of white nationalists and nazi symbols clashed with counter protesters. >> reporter: in august deep racial divisions exploded on the streets of charlottesville as white supreme cysts march the removal of con fred rate status. >> came plowing into protesters and people went flying. >> the president unfiltered.
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>> there is blame on both sides and i have no doubt about it. >> reporter: and nature showed her ugly sign. in august hurricane irma dren itched texas. irma, jose, maria came next most intense on the books. parts of puerto rico still without power. another storm named harvey erupted in october. >> sexual harassment spanning three decades from ac rests to young fema cyst tants looking to start careers in hollywood. >> reporter: releases avalanche of charges against powerful men. thousands of women posting me too, and everyone wondering who is next. >> what an amazing moment right now for the city of houston. >> reporter: but there was some good news this year, houston astros won the world series, and
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know the rules. keep your eggo. l'eggo my eggo. okay. and welcome back to "early today." we are seeing frigid temperatures. north, mid atlantic and midwest. but look at the south, freeze warning, that's not many will make it over the freezing mark. so the south 31 degrees. in glass below freezing. 20 in oklahoma city. even down to new orleans. 32 in atlanta. and cool in the southeast. all right. so it's another cold day today. >> good day to stay inside and washington television. thanks a lot. >> we'll count down the ten whack i es moments caught on camera. 1,200 workers are starting their day building on over a hundred years of heritage,
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a new jersey teen kills his family members. police are trying to figure out why. and continuing the mummers parade despite the cold. what organizers are doing to help keep them warm. preparing for the playoffs. eagles finish the regular season with an ugly loss to dallas, but the team says they are confident they can go all the way. good morning. first look at 4:00. >> his to be with yu nice to be this new year's day morning. of course we're still dragging in last year's problem, and that
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being the cold. it feels like below zero across much of the area. let's get right to tammie souza with her first alert forecast. >> it is brutally cold out there. we'll title it dangerous cold because it truly is dangerous. take a look at the temperatures. 9 in philadelphia, minus 1 in pittsburgh. rochester at 4. usually they are colder, but they are pretty close to our temperature. 6 in allentown. women mi wilmingto wilmington, 6. 11 in wildwood. we will continue to drop with the big old moon out there. so temperatures will be about three degrees cooler by the time that you wake up at 7:00 or maybe by the time that perhaps you look out the window at 7:00. right now foeels like minus 2 i philadelphia, my 234inus 7 in
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atlantic city. this continues to be the pattern and look at the temperature trend for the next couple days. we'll be only up in to programs the low 20s by tomorrow. wednesday we'll be at about 28 to 30. and then we get into thursday, and of the same. so we don't break the freezing mark at least not through thursday. we'll talk about all of this and of course we'll talk about the potential of some snow headed our way when i come back in a few. pretty start off on the boulevard. we've seen reports of an accident northbound between i-76 and wissalickon avenue. this was an overturned vehicle and three lanes were blocked. and let's take a look in hamilton, you can see the camera at route i-295 at sloan avenue. not too many people out on the roadway this morning. mass transit, all is on time there.


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