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"early today" starts right now. good morning, i'm dara brown. super tuesday is here but will it be donald trump's grandest day yet? a promarco rubio pack is slamming trump while trump blamed the misstep on a bad ear piece. the 2012 nominee called the interview disqualifying. black lives protesters were escorted out and a reporter from the time was attacked. and the frontrunner continues to nab indorsement. >> if the people that like and watch nascar vote for donald
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election right now. no one can win. nobody. the latest cnn poll showed the donald strongly ahead with 49%. cruz, meanwhile is pushing hard at home for a large share of texas's delegates. he has 2700 volunteers across the state, including eight u.s. congressman, and 11 state senator senators. >> tomorrow i believe we're going to do very well here in the state of texas. . our campaign is the only campaign that has beaten donald trump and that can beat donald trump. what i think is likely, come tomorrow night, is that donald trump will have a whole bunch of delegates, that we will have a whole bunch of delegates and there will be a big, big drop off between us and everybody
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narrow this field. and with support transcend transcending even pizza, it's an uphill battle for the rest of the pack. tonight we'll know if anyone can take down the frontrunner. the democrats well, they also have 11 states in play. and hillary clinton pulling away in the all important delegate count. sanders is hoping for a super change in fortune. he stressed a need in support at 4polls. >> in 10 months a few things have changed. here in minnesota, you can make that change even more significant. minnesota can play a huge -- dare i use that word.
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minnesota if we have a turnout. . >> he pushed a similar narrative in massachusetts, imploring people to turn out and vote. he desperately needs a big day to stay competitive. sanders leads clinton by five points in oklahoma, though it falls in the margin of error. hillary clinton beat then candidate, obama there in 2008. and the sanders campaign announced it took in more than 5 million yesterday alone. and clinton on the other hand, continues to look ahead to the general election and her likely opponent and not mentioned his name. >> i don't think america has ever stop beading great. >> america never stopped being great. we need to make america whole again.
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we got to make america whole. >> i personally believe america is and always has been great. [ applause ] what we need to do together is make america whole again. >> and tonight sanders will watch poll results in vermont while kwlintclinton will be in florida. last night more than 100 patrol cars were lighting up the skies as they escorted officer ashley's body. and several officers saluted as the procession passed by. officer wenden's funeral will be at noon with a viewing after the service. hamilton is being held without bail for the shooting.
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earlier in the day, the stocker testified, telling how he altered the peep hole on her door and filmed her. and now it was andrews' turn. >> reporter: aaronand andrews still haunlt haunted by the video. and her chance to look jurors in the eye and tell her side of the story. >> my naked body was on the front page of the new york post. my girlfriend is calling me telling me she was running around new york city throwing coffee on all the papers because she felt so bad. >> reporter: just hours earlier, she left the court room as the stocker revealed how he secretly taped her.
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how he fuelollowed her to her hotel rool room and altered the peep hole. her mother, paula, also described the embarrassment her daughter continues to face. >> it's a nightmare that doesn't stop. we just kept telling her it's not your fault. you've been assaulted. >> andrews, devastated. >> it's so embarrassing. that was my private time. i never thought a hotel would let somebody next to me without telling me. >> that was morgan radford reporting. president obama awarded the medal of honor in what we called a rare opportunity to catch a glimpse of one of the silent warriors.
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actions during 122012 missions to rescue a doctor. the point man on the operation went in first and was shot and later died. he entered second and quickly shot q killed two guards and disabled a third in the room where the doctor was being held. and held down the doctor, all the while subduing another hostage taker by the throat. he has two purple hartszearts, didn't accept the award for himself but for the entire s.e.a.l. community. it's for the brother hood, everything that we have sacrificed since 9/11 in defense of our country. a federal judge in new york
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apple to open the iphone. the new york judge says the government can't order aptool unlock the phone because congress already rejected the bill to make companies make data unlocked phones available to law enforcement. and meanwhile, they'll hold a hearing on security versus privacy encryption. and apple ceo is expected to testify. george kennedy has died, kennedy won an academy award as a chain gang prisoner in 1967's "cool hand luke." and then he'd win a whole new set of fans. >> you see these cuff links? each one has a pin sized dart
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a couple of seconds but does no real damage. here, let me test on ed. >> he was cast along side leslie nielsen in the slam stick, "naked gun" series. and a chance of severe weather ahead and nbc meteorologist is here with your super broadcast. >> not everyone will see, but it will be scattered. and overnight, oklahoma seeing storms, now they're pushing into arkansas and eventually they'll be into the little rock area. there's a slight risk region going from kentucky, tennessee, northern georgia and isolated brief tornados are possible. in other super tuesday states, tennessee, alabama, georgia, are
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chance of seeing the esevere weather. here's all the it states voting today. there's going to be a winlter weather event in vermont but 2it should be after midinatenightmidnight. tonight, heading towards area of northern georgia, oklahoma, arkansas and texas, it will be windy, behind the storm, a little cooler too. they'll be out of arkansas early today. cold in minnesota but snow free and bismark looking pretty good too. 47 in juneau. that's your national weather, now a closer look at your day ahead. so, there's all the thunderstorms that will be racing through the southeast, tennessee as we go throughout your afternoon and late through areas of georgia. accumulating snow in wisconsin
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today. so the good news is a decent size storm but it's only going to effect briefly, a half hour or so. well, something happened at the supreme court that hasn't happened in 10 years. plus, after almost a year in space, scott kelly is headed home today. your arer watching "early today." pll "early pll (cell phone rings) where are you? well the squirrels are back in the attic. mom? your dad won't call an exterminator... can i call you back, mom? he says it's personal this time... if you're a mom, you call at the worst time. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. where are you? it's very loud there. are you taking a zumba class? pain from your day can haunt you at night, don't let it. advil pm gives you the healing sleep you need, helping you fall asleep and stay asleep
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for the first time justice clarence thomas asked 10 questions about a federal gun law, with fellow justice antonin scalia wrong, maybe he felt it was time to speak up. and an hour long chase of a hummer. the chase ended with a stand off after the driver released his girlfriend and their kids, he fled uphill in the dark of night as shots were fired. police are still searching for the asuspect. and today is the day scott kelly will be returning to earth after setting an american record for longest time in space. and let's get down to business. the houston livestock show and rodeo begins today and will include performances from miranda lambert and many more. the 20-day annual event is one
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(water filling room) this morning on "today," tina fey stops by to talk about her new movie "whiskey tango fox trot." and what it was like to ditch comedy. and we've got four amazing dunks for you. >> nadir, coming at you. sports center top 10 nominee. >> jabari parker. >> coming off the back board it you say nothing your teammate
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>> uh-oh. >> and finally, this guy, billionaire steve balmer, what other owner does such a thing? and then there's this. it was the thrill of victory, or was it? they thought they had just 1 arer the championship but in premature celebration, the ball was grabbed and a timeout was called with a second left on the clock. that set up a final play and quick tip in that ended the game with shocking 52-49. a reminder to not celebrate too soon. and selmaalma hayek is mourning the death of her dog and the way he died was shocking.s shocking.
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died in january. the 88th academy awards 8% lower than last year. the lowest since 2008 but it still had many great moments and check out this video from twitter. larsson hugging every single sexual assault survivor that performed with lady dwauggaga. the best actor winner held a private party at an undisclosed private home and they partied until the we hours of the morning. >> that was the exclusive invitation. >> and they were still partying when we were here reporting on it. you know that. i'm dara brown along with bill karins and this is "early
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leading the news on, bill clinton's campaign presence felt on stage and off. president clinton echoing her words that america has never stopped being great but we died doo need make america whole again. and in u.s.a. today hillary clinton shifts fire from sanders to gop frontrunner. and ahead of today's 11-state
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their final push to voters. rubio addressed crowds seeking to unite anti-trump forces. and clashing with thousands of iraqi refugees. they tried to repel the migrants that tried to tear down the gates p. they're frustrated by the restrictions that have kept them at the boarder for days. the cdc says it expects 1 in 5 people in puerto rico will be infect would the zika virus. so far there have been 117 confirmed cases of the virus on the island which causes birth defects in new borns. and check out this dramatic surveillance video in arlington, texas. it knocked a gas pump to the ground. the driver was able to pull her passenger out of the car before firefighters arrived and then
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how do you explain that? first of all, crashing into a gas pump -- >> you find out it's a medical emergency later. i don't know if thats arer er's the case but the impact and grab them out. >> absolute fast thinking. >> i'm surprised the whole thing didn't -- >> we've seen that. the whole gas station goes in. so, they're lucky to be alive. president obama will meet with senate leaders from both sides of the aisle to discuss the vacancy on the supreme court. republicans say they will reinforce their situation to wait. and happy birthday to justin bieber, turns 22. and she's an oscar winning actress in the force awakens. she's 43.
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winner director ron howard turns 62 and roger daultry is 72. keep it right here for more news, weather and sports.
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today."the brother of a man killed following an officer involved shooting speaks out. the new details police are revealing as the naacp prepares for a press conference. kasich "i think trump's going to probably win everything." the biggest single day in the presidential primary is already underway. what to expect as virginians prepare to head to the polls. good morning and thanks for joining us on virginia today here on wsls 10. i'm patrick mckee. another nice day in southwest virginia. this is a live look at the star city virginia. this is a live look at the star city from our downtown roanoke skycam.
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kristina montuori joins us now.. kristina? today: increasing clouds with highs in the lower 60s.late-day rain showers possible.rain likely this evening with a few thunderstorms possible tonight: rain ends.wind increases.temp eratures fall into the upper 40s and lower 50s wednesday: windy with increasing sunshine. temperatures drop from the 50s in the morning to the 40s by the afternoon thursday: partly cloudy and breezy with highs in the middle 40s friday: scattered light snow


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