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coming up on "early today." turning the heat up on donald trump's campaign manager but the donald is not backing down. >> she was running up and grabbing and asking questions and she wasn't supposed to be doing that and i told him you should never settle this case. i think they've really hurt a very good person. the clock is ticking on the remaining gop candidates. and could apple force them -- the fbi to show them they broke into the iphone. the passing of an acting legend and a one of a kind shot for golfer bubba watson. "early today" starts right now.
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thanks for joining us today. stand by your man. that is the tone from donald trump after his campaign manager was arrested yesterday. charged with one count of misdemeanor battery. this appears to show him grabbing now ex-reporter michelle field's arm as she tried to ask trump a question during a rally. he turned himself into police and was issued a notice to appear in court. his attorney says he's innocent. what is the latest? >> heated words at a town hall in wisconsin last night. there were accusations and explanations as the republican candidates for president tried to convince voters to choose them. >> caller: ted cruz, donald trump and john kasich tried to sway voters during a town hall ahead of next week's important
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primary in the state. a defiant trump defended his campaign manager in the wake of a battery charge against him. >> i'm a loyal person. we have to tell it like it is. it would be so easy to terminate this man, ruin his life. >> trump says he will not fire him even though security video shows him grabbing a reporter at a campaign event march 8th in southern florida. ted cruz, fresh off an endorsement by scott walker -- >> i have chosen to endorse ted cruz. >> says the incidents shows a greater problem. >> now physical violence. that has no place in a political campaign and no place in our democracy. >> kasich agrees. >> if it was me, if i was in this circumstance, i would take some sort of action. either suspension or firing. >> reporter: hillary clinton applauded the reporter for following through on the incident. >> certainly suggests that the
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authorities thought her story was credible. >> donald trump says he will not support a gop nominee who is not himself saying the party has been unfair. >> thank you for that update. bernie sanders is campaigning hard in wisconsin trying to build momentum from his weekend wins ahead of next week's big primary. speaking at a rally last night, sanders went after governor scott walker. >> in other words, you can get a pretty good understanding of what i will do as president by looking at scott walker and seeing i will do exactly the opposi opposite. [ applause ] i am sure there are areas we agree on, i just haven't seen them yet. >> the sanders campaign is declaring victory after hillary clinton says she welcomes adding a debate ahead of the primary.
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be sure to watch msnbc tonight for exclusive candidate town halls. john kasich with chuck todd at 7:00. followed by trump at 8:00. and at 9:00 clinton and sanders one on one. and as more republican senators break with party leadership in meeting with supreme court nomination, merrick garland. they high court is seeing the reverberations of antonin scalia's death. the court split its decision, 4-4. this is the second tie since scalia's death. it leaves the lower court's ruling in place. they can continue to collect fees from those who choose not to join since they enjoy the benefits of contract negotiations. and justice scalia was expected to rule against allowing unions to charge nonmembers.
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and the man has been identified as 58-year-old mustafa, an egyptian national with a criminal record. according to officials he passed through airport security in alexandria with personal items he used to imply he was wearing a an explosive belt and demanded the plane be diverted to cyprus, where it's believed his ex-wife lives and after passengers were released, he surrendered to authorities, but not before posing for this selfie. fortunately none of the passengers or crew was injured. we're also getting new details on how the fbi was able to hack the iphone of syed farook without apple's help. it now appears investigators turned overseas for assistance. here with more. >> reporter: four months after the san bernardino terror attack, they finally have access
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to the cell phone of gunman, syed farook. they fbi has been getting help from this israel company, experts in mobile forensics. the justice department now dropping its court case against apple. >> it's about everyone's phones. >> reporter: daniel gilmore, a text expert says many knowledgeable hackers could have gained access. >> if someone has physical access to a device and an unlimited amount of time and money, they will get to the data on the device. >> reporter: he says fbi was trying to set precedent by going public, taking apple to court. across the country, law enforcement has hundreds of cases where investigators desperately want access inside locked smart phones. apple says the company will continue to work with investigators but people around the world deserve data protection, security and
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privacy. the fbi assistant director in charge david bowdich says i am satisfied that we have access to more answers than we had before. 's unclear what information, if any, will come from syed farook's iphone and whether the fbi will now tell apple how it hacked it, so the tech giant can make the rest of their devices more secure. miguel, nbc news, los angeles. a colorado state trooper was assisting at a snow crash when an suv flew past the officer nearly hitting him u. the vehicle swerved before continuing on. they posted the video as a warning to slow down in inclement weather. 19 million people are at ask of severe weather today. that's a crazy video. that frightens me. bill karins is here with your
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forecast. >> it's producing the heavy snow in idaho and wyoming is moving into the central plains. it's leaving a nice weather pattern for the west. no problems there. but wyoming is not a good place to be traveling in. 12 to 16 inches of snow. landers is snow ed in this morning. still a little snow left between twin falls. so the severe threat, this is the end of april where we can get these outbreaks. 19 million people in 10 states. it's the southern area with the most turbulent weather. we have wind, hail and tornad s tornadoes. few are possible in this area in northern louisiana and southern arkansas. that looks to be the prime time of this event. so the storms will form over dallas. that means airport delays possible. then the tornado threat will be as we go. throughout the clock. and then in the southeast, these
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storms will continue into thursday. two weeks ago some of the rivers are still high. throughout the afternoon. i'm sure the people in phoenix at 70 will take it. pretty soon they will be in the triple digits. >> it's climbing closer and closer, but it's take iing its time. thank you so much. a bizarre 911 call from someone who got the wrong toppings on their pizza. plus is the world ready for these delivery bottoms. bringing food right to your door. you're watching "early today." i think we should've taken a left at the river.
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welcome back everybody. authorities in belgium continue to search for anyone involved in last week's terror attack. officials lowered the death toll to 32 from earlier reports of 35. they say 90 remain hospitalized 30 in specialized burn units. in vermont, a drug dog reacted to a man and later during a cavity search, the equivalent of over 1400 bags of heroin were found inside his body. north carolina governor recently signed a law preventing lgbt protections and now his democratic challenger, attorney general is calling the law a national embarrassment and says his office will not defend it in court. a woman upset with her pizza order actually called 911 in connecticut.
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oh, my goodness. the dispatcher explained the call wasn't a police matter but sent an officer to the restaurant to prevent a confrontation. police are trying to find out what caused a fireworks stand to explode. eight people were hospitalized. forget drones. soon this little guy could be delivering packages to folks in the nation's capital. a new company is working with washington, d.c.'s city council to get approval for delivery robots. the deliveries would cost between $1 and $3 per trip and controlled by a smart phone app. pretty cool. let's get down to business now with landon dow day.
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consumer reports is out with its list of the 10 lowest rated cars on the market. the mitsubishi lowest rated subcompact. and the mercedes cla 250 is noisy and cramped. boeing plans to cut for a combination of voluntary layoffs and not filling open positions. and burger king's newest edition may have you reaching for heat relief. the angriest whopper promising serious kick and it's going to cost you over 5 bucks. it's available for a limited time only. >> too spice if i for me. coming up, president obama talks about america's silent epidemic.
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this morning on "today," the house with a chilling story. six bedrooms, four bathrooms and one stalker. go inside the new jersey home for sale that receives creepy messages. now to the latest sports
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headlines. team u.s.a. in a win scenario after a humiliating loss from this same team from guatemala. clinton dempsey opening the scoring. and u.s.a. went on to win 4-0. and king james gets the night off but the lebronless cavs blow a 20 point lead against the visiting rockets. also getting a break, kevin durant but that didn't work out too well for oklahoma city. an 88-82 win in auburn hills. now two-time master champion, bubba watson's half-court shot at an orlando magic game got wedged between the rim and back board. what are the odds of that? the pro golfer took it in stride and him and puff the magic dragon celebrated with bubba.
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look at the life and career of the late patty duke. and an endurance competition that will leave you covered in soot. you're watching "early today." ♪ we stop arthritis pain, so you don't have to stop.
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we'll see areas like chicago and other spots that temperatures will tank here. so the arctic chill into early next week, these are some of the temperatures these people will experience. it's been a warm march so the blossoms are out there. people are concerned with highs in the 30s and windchills in the 20s. you get the picture the swes going to be beautiful. this weekend they think snow in areas of new england. >> thank you so much for that. tributes are pouring in after the sad news of the death of patti duke. she's the child star who went on to a legendary career on stage and screen and went public with a very personal battle helping so many others. nbc's cynthia mcfadden looks back. ♪ meet patty ♪ identical cousins >> the theme of the patty duke show is sure to bring a smile.
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>> reporter: she said not long ago that people still approach her in airports and sing the whole thing. her first starring role came at the age of 12, dazzling broadway as helen keller in the "miracle worker" and four years later won an academy award for her portrayal of the blind girl. at the time the youngest person to ever win. it is the story that defined her career. in her 30s she took on the role of keller's teacher, annie sullivan, for television, this time winning an emmy. she married four times, most famously to john aston who played gomez on "the adams family" they raised two sons, both became actors. and she said the love of her life was michael pierce, they adopted a son. while they were together, she
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wrote an autobiography about her battles of bipolar disease. the first celebrity to go public with that diagnosis, she became a powerful advocate for others with mental illness. >> i can now look back from the grandma chair and say it's a good life. >> reporter: playing many starring roles in one lifetime. nbc news, new york. >> to listen to that and still hear her voice, she'll never change. >> i got to go back and see some episodes of the show. >> and helen keller. she was phenomenal. she will be missed. this is "early today." then we wad it up to make it nice and soft. but grandma, we use charmin ultra soft so we don't have to wad to get clean. mmm, cushiony...and we can use less.
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leading the news on, a flint official, state over ruled water treatment plan. an official claimed he was overruled when he planned to treat the drinking water after the city began drawing from the flint river. and in the associated press, haley agrees to remove plutonium. six metric tons of plutonium will be relocated to a facility in new mexico by the end of the year. haley has been out spoken against the storage of plutonium for years. and president obama at the national prescription drug abuse summit announced new initiatives aimed at curving the growing number of opiates in the u.s.
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>> it's important to recognize that today we are seeing more people killed because of opioid over dose than traffic accident. >> they'll form a task force and expand the use of drugs that can help addicts get clean. a dangerous fire erupted in the uae on monday and it spread to an adjoining residential tower sending chunks of burning material to the ground. five people were injured. you want to spend a night amongst sharks? here's your chance. six lucky people can spend the night in a shark tank. i'm going to pass this one. but the contest closes this sunday and winners will be chosen by april 9th. it would be a one of a kind
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night though. they're called coal humpers. that's what they are. they're contestants in britain's quirkiest competition. it's a coal carrying championships, vowing to be king and queen of all coal humpers. a man at a local english pub challenged to prove strength. now we have had the wife carrying contest, but coal? >> no good ideas come from a good night out drinking. >> be careful. we watch you come in with a bag of coal. >> we want to wish happy birthday to some great people today. celine dion who turns 48, erick clapton is 71 and warren beatty. keep it right here for more news, weather and sports. thank you for watching "early a th ecutive es trng tosaveis yi
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right now at 4:30, a tragedy for a peninsula family. a tech executive dies trying to save his young daughter's life. plus, beatings and accusations of a cover-up. more details from the lawsuit filed against an east bay sheriff's department. and we are warming up on this wednesday. it will be another beautiful day in the bay area. city by the bay doing a little glistening this morning. today in the bay starts right now. a good wednesday morning. thank you for joining us. i'm sam brock. >> and i'm kris sanchez in for laura garcia-cannon. we want to get a look at your forecast on this wednesday. here's meteorologist kari hall. >> good morning,


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