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crossed line. >> coming soon to a tv machine near you, mississippi. coming soon. near you, mississippi. first look is up next. good friday morning. right now on "first look" a florida pilot tells the faa a passenger fell out of his plane and into the ocean. the search continues. toronto mayor rob ford's mouth and behavior continued to shock the masses. health care whiplash. the president's latest plan to help the system. and more aid to the philippines. and florida's sink hole problem increasing by the day. and check the tunnel height. a bizarre incident in miami, florida. a man is lost at sea after reportedly plunging 2,000 feet
from a private plane. the search is under way from a man who fell from an open door with no parachute. the pilot's may day call reveals the tense moment. >> mayday, mayday, mayday. i have a door ajar. i have a door ajar and a passenger just fell down. >> you said you had a passenger that fell out of your plane. >> that's correct, sir. he opened the back door and he just fell out of the plane. >> the coast guard has not confirmed whether the pilot's call was legitimate. it's not clear how many people were on the plane. the missing person's name has not been released. police have not indicated foul play. there is more foul play from toronto major rob ford. the latest meltdown on live television. he denied he asked to perform a sex act on a female coworker. his direct quote is too explicit
for broadcast tv. he held a news conference to apologize with his less than happy looking wife at his side. >> i've been under tremendous, tremendous stress. the stress is largely of my own making. i have apologized and i have tried to move forward. this has proven to be almost impossible. >> with an outburst like that you can see why. meanwhile, charlie sheen harkening back to his hash tag winning. he's offered to help the mayor with the media sesz pool he's dealing with. a sink hole started to form before dawn in florida. swallowing portions of two homes as it expanded. it's 70 feet wide by 65 feet
deep. officials fear more homes could be lost. the white house is trying to dig itself out of a hole. they tried thursday when a visibly frustrated president obama met with reporters. he's changing part of the health care law. tracy potts joins us live with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the president is apologizing once again for the rocky rollout of the law. likening it to the football game saying they fumbled twice in a really important game. once with the website that is still not fully working properly or as fast as it should. and again with his promise that people who like their health plans could keep them. >> we should have done a better job getting that right on day one. not on day, 28 or on day 40. i am confident that by -- by the time we look back on this next
year, that people are going to say, this is working well. and it's helping a lot of people. >> reporter: the president is p proposing or asking the insurance industry to extend the canceled plans for another year. a lot of pushback from the industry. they say it would upset the balance of paying for it. today, a vote here in the house on capitol hill to allow people to hold on to the plans. they want to write that into the law. democrats and republicans have different versions of how they want to get that done. >> tracie potts from washington. thank you so much. moving now to the phil peens. the death toll now hotops 4400. harry smith rode with u.s. marines as they delivered supplies.
>> reporter: aid is coming in from all over the world. back there, a plane from the united arab emirates. one from asia, australia. the world is responding. in the storm zone, little of that sponresponse is being felt. hundreds wait in lines that don't seem to move. >> the people like us, very ordinary, cannot go to manila. we're suffering from hunger. no water. >> no medicine. >> no medicine. >> reporter: and so the u.s. marines are throwing everything they can at the problem, including this osprey helicopter. as big adds the short-term needs are, the long-term needs may be just as significant. restoring power and water will take a long, long time. harry smith, nbc news, tacloban.
>> china the world's second largest economy has pledged less than $2 million. that's compared with the swedish furniture chain, ikea, at $2.. the u.s. is providing $20 million. we turn to sports. betty is here with all the headlines. happy friday. >> happy friday. thursday thilgt football. the colts at the titans. second quarter eric walden rips the helmet off the tight end delaney walker. nasty confrontation follows. wall, still wearing his helmet, boom, head-butts walker. he was given a penalty but he can almost certainly expect a hefty fine from the league. later, andrew luck runs it in for the touchdown himself. and running back donald brown scored two tds as the colts edge
the titans. >> he should be a cheerleader. miami dolphins lineman jonathan martin is scheduled to meet today with the independent investigator. meanwhile, richie incognito has filed a grievance to try to get reinstated. the union contract limits team to a four-week suspension. clemson pound eed georgia th last night. they set a record for the most td passes in acc history. he had to leave the game with a pr bruised collarbone. the kickoff of the marshall university game was delayed to remember 75 marshall players and teaches and others killed in a plane crash killed back in 1970. a moment of silence was observed at the precise moment of the
crash 43 years ago. dario franchitti has decided he's going to hang it up. he's retiring. do you blame him? the 40-year-old scotsman suffered a broken back and ankle in the crash. in the mlb. miguel cabrera was voted the american league's most valuable player for the second year in a row. andrew mccutchen of the pirates was voted the mvp for the national league. lebron jr. showing he has game. his father says, he's getting better and better. >> he has the genes and one of the best coaches in the country. >> and he's only 9. imagine how tall he'll get. you stay classy, washington, d.c. a new exhibit dedicated to ron
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mild, not a bad friday. the next storm will be one that will have a lot of rain with it. starting on saturday with rain from wisconsin through iowa, kansas city, st. louis, chicago. then the storm gets reenergized. it looks like significant rain and wind, maybe severe weather. so as far as sunday goes you have to watch the weather in areas of ohio all the way back to st. louis and chicago. maybe even a few tornadoes. >> not a great weekend. >> not there. the parents of casey anthony may find themselves homeless. and venezuela's president promises a flat-screen to even. and the truck driver that wishes he didn't take that short cut. dad! dad! katy perry is coming to town. can we get tickets, pleeeeease???
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if senator cruz wants to leave congress, he might try his hand at comedy. on thursday, he tried to play off the idea that the government shutdown was not all his fault. >> i didn't want a shutdown. throughout the whole thing, i said, we shouldn't have a shutdown. folks here with disagree. repeatedly, i voted to keep the government open. >> okay. well, you have to be tough to work as a member of the white house cabinet. here's ray lahood, former transportation secretary. >> did you ever tell rahm to go to hell? >> about once a week. when he told me to go -- i told him to go to hell. in plit company, we don't say what rahm actually said. better late than never. the gettysburg address. by ath the time, the patriots news in harrisburg, pennsylvania, published a review of the speech calling it, silly.
this week, they printed a retraction. this sunday, on "meet the press" david gregory has an exclusive with nancy pelosi. don't miss it. if it's friday, it's kevin cirilli. kevin, good morning. >> good morning, happy friday. >> you the. i want to start with obama care. some democrats in congress are now seeking political solutions that could lead to policy problems later. is there a risk that the problems will undermine things? >> absolutely. president obama said yesterday he fumbled the ball when it comes to the obama care rollout. now, we could see him lose everyone more ground because of this one-year delay. think about the time all of the time the special interest groups
and lobbyists now have, a year to continue to push back against obama care. that, when combined the dismal numbers of the only just a few more than 100,000 folks who signed up for this thing, i mean this is not good news for the owe what white house at all. just ahead of midterms. and then to 16 elections. >> the president doesn't only have a problem with democrats. the or not times editorial board writes he's dajd his credibility and it's uncertain how he can earn back the public's confidence. the success of this law depends in large part of public participation. what impact will this have on that? >> who knows? there's only a few more than 10 on,000 folks signed up. only about 26,000 can get on the website. it doesn't pass the common sense test when you thing about the website being down. now you have a one-year delay. it's just -- it's unraveling for him. this is the hallmark of his domestic policy. they have to go on offense. you'll see them try to pivot to
do so. it remains to see a clear-cut strategy when democrats in his party are questioning it, too. i want to turn to our favorite mayor to the north. rob ford is like toronto's own anthony weiner. the difference being, new york didn't vote for anthony weiner for mayor. how did this guy get into office? what do we know? >> he comes from a canadian political family. they're worth an estimated $100 million in a food labeling company. they have a lot of money. and just earlier this week, the city council up there in canadia voted for a special investigation into him. you can't look away from it. it's like a train wreck. he makes anthony weiner look -- i don't want to say normal. >> he makes him look tame. >> that's right.
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he loves superheroes. the city of san francisco is coming through. he has to go against the penguin today in san francisco. he'll have robin alongside him. he has to try to rescue the giants mascot who is being kidnapped. in everything goes well, he'll get the key to the city today. thousands of people are in on this. >> that might be my favorite batman. >> this will bring him a lot of terrific memories. speaking of great memory, french fries. now you can get them from a vending machine. >> get out of here. >> down the hall, let's go. >> a chinese manufacturer is making a french fry vending machine. it delivers them hot in 90 seconds. it gives you french fry sauce. >> they need a bigger package. >> is that ketchup? >> now you can get them from a vending machine.
>> very quickly. the world's oldest animal has been discovered. the only problem with this 570-year-old clam, scientists killed it trying to figure out how old it is. >> on that note, have a great weekend. the website will work much better on november 30st, december 1st, than it worked certainly on october 1st. that's a pretty low bar. by the time we look back on this next year, the people are going to say this is working well. >> let me be clear. when i said end of november, i did not say which november. >> the president makes promises and apologies. the question this morning, will his proposed fix actually work? the only guy on the continent in worse police call shape today, rob ford. today's salvo, so bad, we can't
show you most of it. we'll show you as much as we can. rahm emanuel and jon stewart. the major sends him a pizza so bad not even a dog would eat it. it's a friday, november 15th. you might want to wake up. if you're in l.a., watch this and then go to bed. we have thursday night football. i might be most excited about jo jon claude van-damme. we also have chuck norris in the same program. the affordable care act. later today, the house will vote on a bill sponsored by congressman fred upton that would allow americans to keep existing coverage through 2014. the bill