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frigid mornings ahead this week as wicked winter weather has 29 million americans in the icy path. a jury render as late sunday night guilty verdict in murder of former new orleans saint. and more scrutiny over a massive boeing deal with iran. and murray gives president obama golf tips but that's not all. "early today" starts right now. an arctic blast has left snowy ice across the great lakes and
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flight 724 slid into the snowy grass. all 70 passengers are okay. thousands of flights never got a off the ground and more than 4,000 flights canceled. and a messy or freezing literally for a lot of us. we're dealing with snow storms and then the cold arctic outbreak. we have the 29 million people in the winter weather advisory in portions of the northeast. it's england. southern new england and the big cities from new york city southward. it's still snowing hard hudson valley and up through the catskills. that's where we're going to see the additional three to six inches throughout the day today. as far as the boston area, you're just about done. hartford just about done. we're going to have a lot of
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cancellations. we'll give you the details throughout the morning. >> bill, thank you. breaking news this morning out of louisiana regarding the death of new orleans saints star, will smith. just hours ago a jury capped off a week long trial. they found cardel hayes guilty and found him guilty of attempted manslaughter for wounding he retrieved a gun from his damaged suv. the prosecution says evidence shows smith never armed himself and hayes was not justified in firing. he will be sentenced february 17th. turning to politics where the associated press is quoting an official state run newspaper calling donald trump quote as ignorant as a child after the
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considering how america deals with taiwan. and we have word that two republican senators have joined law makers demands for a bipartisan probe into russia's interference into the election. senator mccain and lindsey graham say it quote cannot be a partisan issue. yet the navy in the minority of their party after the incoming intelligence community's findings. >> i don't know who did the hacking, chuck. the article is based on a lie that the rnc was hacked. so the entire premise is false, the sources are unnamed and the report is inconclusive. >> as for president elect trump he is calling allegations russia interfered ridiculous and his
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exxon chief gets hit with heavy criticism and a deal with boeing and iran comes under scrutiny. >> reporter: donald trump lashing out at the cia's analysis that russia intervened in the election to help him win. >> i think it's ridiculous. i think it's just another excuse. >> reporter: his highlights a growing rift. only attending a handful of >> i'm like a smart person. yeb don't have to be told the same thing in the same words for the next eight years. >> reporter: they dispute that explanation. >> not like every report is the same type of assessment. >> reporter: trump is touting his expected pick of rex tillerson for secretary of state. >> he's a world class player. he does massive deals in
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company. >> reporter: but tillerson could face a contentious senate conformation. and tweeting being a friend of vladimir is not an attribute i'm hoping for in secretary of state. thal $16 billion blockbuster. boeing selling 80 commercial airplanes to iran, made possible this the biggest deal since the iranian revolution in 1979. the president elect yet to comment, instead taking a second swipe at boeing's contract for air force 1. >> i want to make good deals for this country. i don't need a $4.2 billion airplane to fly around in. >> and regarding trump's dismissal of the cia's
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refuses to take intelligence briefings has decided he doesn't agree with the analysis contained in them." for more on the deal with iran. how big of a deal is this for iran? >> reporter: well, it's being touted as a big victory for iran. they have complained that they haven't seen any tangible results since the nuclearer deal. now frumz boeing in a deal worth nearly $17 billion. this is the biggest transition between america and iran since the 1979 revolution and the storming of the u.s. embassy in teheran. and before the revolution in 1979, america was iran's biggest trading partner by a long shot, since then there's virtually been no trade between the two
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president elect trump, a fierce critic of iran and groups opposed to the nuclear deal that say boeing shouldn't be making the sale to iran because it's ultimately going to help the revolutionary guard who are no friends of the united states but there's no doubt that iran really needs these planes because their aging fleet is very dangerous. >> certainly a lot to watch in the aftermath of this deal with boeing. authorities now are investigating multiple explosions that rocked the weekend. in istanbul, 155 injured after a soccerer match friday night. both blasts were caught on video. the first was believed to be a car bomb and detonated as police left a soccer stadium. and another close to the stadium. they say the police were the target of the attack.
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claimed responsibility. and cairo, a bomb killed 25 and wounded another 49 during sunday mass at a chapel next to the main coptic cathedral on a holiday that celebrates islam prophet muhammad. 12 people are recovering after a major fire swept through this michigan ski resort. they say no inri believed to be life threatening and an investigation into the cause is underway. nearly 100 guests were registered. the resort will remain closed until further notice. in coastal south carolina, a firefighter gifted a puppy to a police officer delivered by santa himself. and his family, they lost their beloved german shepherd in a
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they heard about what happened and they wanted to step in so they donated the german shepherd puppy, bringing the officer, and five kids much needed joy. up ahead, good news for prices coming down on your christmas chocolate. and a look at the day ahead and a mess for a whole lot of us. let's get timing. this is noon today, it clears the boston gone. that's the good news out of this. by 2:00/3:00 p.m., only areas of northern maine dealing with travel areas like this. and as temperatures warm up, the roads will improve in the afternoon. and moving through areas of the
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yeah, the cold will be the big story rest of this week. >> a lot to handle. thank you. just ahead our top military leaders on the report card in the fight against isis and the highest and deepest rail tunnel. olay regenerist renews from with. ells for a dramatic transformation -without the need for fillers. your concert tee might show your age... your skin never will. olay regenerist. olay. ageless. and try olay luminous
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overnight at exactly 202:00 a.m., mourners, survivors and victims families and friends gathered outside -- make that orlando. they paid tribute to those lost and wounded during the deadliest mass shooting for the country. and a performance by the orlando gay cors.
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regaining palymyra from troops on sunday over 2000 isis militants have been wounded since the attack on mosul began. iraqi military leadership has expressed confidence that they now have momentum in the fight against isis. the life and legacy of john glen town church. they gath toord share stories and pray about the american hero. that's where glen was a life long member. the legendary astronaut passed away on thursday. saturday's memorial service at the ohio state university. he's then said to be buried at
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the longest rail tunnel opens in switzerland. they were able to pass through for the first time sunday. this stretches 35 miles and the tunnel took 17 years to build at a cost of $12 billion. it will carry passengers deep under the it swiss alps and save around 30 minutes of travel time. the back and forth dance between bob dylan and the nobel prize committee finally comes to an end. he skipped the nobel ceremony where they prize. he sent a worthy stand in with american singer/song writer poet,, smith. she at one point stumbled on a song saying she was nervous. don't blame her. and there may be more chocolate in your christmas celebrations. we'll explain.
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will be later this morning in louisiana. he was gunned down during a road rage incident december 1st. the suspect is charged with manslaughter. fist lady michelle obama and ryan seacrest are expected to tour children's national health system as the obumau care enrollment deadline nears. and golden globe nominations "lala land" and "westworld." it will be hosted by none other than "the tonight sho's" jimmy fallon. cheaper christmas chocolate ahead, but futures are mixed following the best week for the markets since the election. and kicking off at all time highs. stocks in china are plunging. julie, good morning.
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we're seeing is expected to continue this week despite a tentative start for u.s. futures this morning. europe and china putting it a back on the back burner but there is a lot of things to focus on. the federal reserve set to raise rates for the second time in 10 years. the important point is it's in the price, it's not expected to create any turbulence and they're getting an early christmas prese opec members agreeing in all supply cut deals. all prices rally 5% overnight. expected to get a positive bounce and i can't talk to you about christmas without talking about the ultimate stocking seller, chocolate. hitting a three year low last week. we saw chocolate prices rallying or falling 16% in the last four weeks. those prices expected to fall even further.
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>> ouch. >> new this morning, a first look at "the fate of the furious." it hits theaters in april next year. when this comes out -- >> you know what you're signing up for. >> without a doubt. that's why people love it, actually. comes to the critic's choice awards. they were handed out in hollywood. miller who was arrested with an uberer driver. he said he would speak about it but in the end he didn't. big winner, taking home eight awards including best picture. "la la land" racked up $855,000
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average and best night for snl. kate mckinnen and alec baldwin both winning awards. >> you open up small and get the buzz going and everyone wants to see it. >> and it's certainly going. >> in the oval office at the white house. this is of president obama and bill murray golfing and goofing around at the they were trading putts and jabs. >> generally i don't let . >> right. so funny to see that. >> bill murray makes every single one of his putts and the president does not. >> this is "early today." just ahead ikia solution to relationship problems. i love .
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morning, everybody. snow and freezing rain could make for a messy commute today. good morning, brian. >> good morning, everyone.
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right now, from milwaukee, this is live at day break. >> 4:30. a live like outside. we have your roads on the right, a crash. we'll get to that in a and all of the snow moving on out. >> this is the start of what will be a frigid week. an arctic blast left snow and h ice across the midwest. good thef good morning. i'm susan kim. >> no issues in milwaukee right now. baugh chicago has people waking up wondering if their flights


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