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now at 10:00, a recount in the rust belt. >> but do people have the legal right to do it yeah, we do. this is a fund-raising notoriety-driven fraud. >> calling out democrats and tonight questions he's raising about the results. falling temperatures tonight's but i'm tracking rebounding temperatures. plus, celebrating and mourning the death of fidel castro. >> it's a terrible shame. >> the historically different reactions around the globe tonight and how the dictator affect stunted the growth of baseball. next. >> announcer: complete new england news coverage starts
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10:00. the search is on for a man accused of trying to lure a young boy into his car. hello everybody i'm kerry kav. >> you i'm chris flanagan. the child reported the incident on saturday in lester -- leicester that's where fox 25's christine mccarthy joins us live. you spoke to the boy's father who understandably says his son is still shaken up? >> reporter: that's right, and that father asked us not to identify him for the safety of his kids. but he tells us that he's conc are concerned too. >> i'm concerned, of course. >> reporter: leicester neighbors uneasy as word spreads that a strange man approaching a 12-year-old boy while he and his 7-year-old brother were selling popcorn for the boy scouts in the neighborhood. >> i do find it rather strange that somebody would do that no matter what the intention was. >> reporter: it was near baldwin and green street saturday afternoon the father, who asked not to be identified, says his 7-year-old was at his
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driveway. >> while he was at the end of the driveway. a car come down the road stopped with where he was waved him over didn't open the car door or window but waived him over showed him a ps-4 box waved him over again decided you know something happened my son didn't go anywhere near him but something happened he decided to go down the road and we called the cops from there. >> reporter: the kids provided a description to police. the suspect in his 20s driving a large four door burgundy vehicle with two red bumper stickers on the ba best keeping an eye out. >> reporter: meanwhile the older boy is now nervous in his own neighborhood. >> my older one he had the biggest interaction between the two of them so he's a little hesitant to be around and playing outside, especially up and down the street right now. >> reporter: now leicester police put out a broad to other local agencies asking them to keep an eye out for that suspect and vehicle. they ask if you have any information to go ahead and
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police say they found a car that may have been involved in a hit-and-run in brockton. a surveillance camera captured it a group of people were leaving a baron north main street. a car hit a man. now we paused the video here because it's too graphic but the impath threw him several feet into the air. police say that driver never stopped. the district attorney's office says the victim a 25-year-old man is still in critical condition at a boston hospital. police haven't released his name. they're asking anyone with informatio five people now without a home after this four alarm fire in dorchester. this home on harlem street went up in flames around noon time two. families were living inside but no one was hurt. the cause of the fire remains under investigation. a live look now at the zakim bridge a busy travel day on the roads as the holiday week comes to a quick close. fox 25 meteorologist jason brewer is expecting a cold but clear start to your workweek, jason. >> that's with where we're at. i'm watching the skies
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tonight. you can see right now just a couple of leftover clouds a few here back around keen and nashua. as that cool northwesterly wind comes down it's 31 in bedford right now. the warmest reading boston at 37 of course nantucket you're at 41 right now. we still have a knew wind gusts at the outer cape over to the islands but the rest of the area all those stronger wind gusts are gone. so light winds and clearing skies and with the cool dry temperatures going fall right down towards sunrise. so it's countries and clear when you wake up. right there at dawn 27 degrees on average across the area. but the good news is the winds won't be too strong only five, 10 miles per hour. so we're not going to be talking about any bitter wind chills tomorrow. and then we're talking about a big rebound in the temperatures. we got rain to talk about, too. i'll be back with that in a minute. >> the clinton campaign has jumped on board the recount effort in three states.
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tonight's that president-elect donald trump did not hold back calling out the effort on twitter. >> reporter: hillary clinton officially joining the fight to revisit voting totals in wisconsin, saying her team is participating because they have an obligation to the voters. the recount effort is being led by green party candidate jill stein but clinton's camp now saying it's also on board if stein follows through with recount requests in michigan and pennsylvania two other states pivotal to trump's victory on election democrats concede this will likely not change the results of the election. >> of course they joined it's affecting the process we'll see what happens it's a legal right it's not a big deal. i don't think anybody, secretary clinton or anybody else thinks there will be profound changes. >> prior to the election because of what donald trump said a majority of his voters believed a minority believed the elections were rigged let's show the american people that they're not president-elect donald trump is pushing back
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stream of angry tweets sunday morning. saying "hillary clinton conceded the election when she called me just prior to the victory speech and after the results were in. nothing will change." >> why in the world can't the democrats "accept the election results." president obama and president-elect trump speak regularly they're trying to move on and form a government it's a high time that hillary and her supporters do the same. >> reporter: camp says they will have lawyers to represent them in court. deadline to petition for a recount in michigan and pennsylvania are later this week. in new york, brian yennis, fox news. >> the president-elect himself is claiming voter fraud tonight. here's what he wrote on twitter. "in addition to winning the election torial college in a landslide, i won the popular vote if you deduct millions of people who voted illegally. trump did not offer any
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any tonight boston mayor marty walsh has vowed to defend the rights of undocumented irish or other illegal immigrants if president-elect donald trump moves to deport them when he takes the office. he told the irish times boston is a city of inclusion welcoming diversity. we are a global city and beer going stay that way. we're not going to stop being that city that respects immigrants both undocumented and documented. the mayor is the son of irish immigrants. he said to wait and see if trump follows through on his 11 million illegal immigrants. one person was killed nine others injured in a shooting in new orleans. it happened on bourbon street in the popular french quarter overnight. the area was crowded because of the thanksgiving holiday and a big college football game at the superdome. police say they've made two arrests. both suspects were carrying firearms. the death of former cuban dictator fidel castro is sending shock waves around the world but the tone of reactions are sharply different.
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the end of a very dark time. but also people are mourning the loss of the leader who ruled cuba with an iron first for nearly half a century. >> it's a terrible shame. great because we are losing a world leader who is capable of facing an empire. >> it means a lot because at least i think this is the beginning of the end. >> on the island of cuba today was the second day of a nine days of state-imposed national mourning. former red soxit louis was among those cubans who defected to the united states to escape the rule of fidel castro and pursue his dream of playing baseball. he had a memorable eight year stretch with the sox in the 1970s. he spoke with espn about the impact castro had on the sport. he said in part castro hampered the development of baseball. cuba was the country with with the most latin american players in the majors until the regime took over and set everything back. it's incredible all those players that were unable to
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>> the pass it is caught touchdown. well, it came down to the wire at metlife stadium but tom brady and the pats they get it done against the jets. they sealed a come from behind victory with a score late in the fourth quarter. >> another milestone for tv 12. butch stearns is here with >> i didn't feel like a milestone for a while. patriots jets games are always like a heavyweight especially the ones played in new jersey. today was a 15 rounder that came down to the final round, i felt like. the pats fell behind lost one of the big weapons but in the end they made the biggest plays when it mattered the most. not a good sign in the first quarter whether -- quarter when rob gronkowski left and
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of the game was extra sweet because earlier mitch health dropped what should have been got ahead touchdown with seven minutes to go. and then the defense clenches it with a big strip sack from chris long. 77-17. tom brady ties peyton manning. >> the with qsh's job is to win a lot. he's won a lot. i'm glad he's our quarterback. >> it's a te s individual awards it means i've been a lot of great teams and a lot of great support over the years. >> tom leyden was in new jersey with the patriots today. we'll have much more including an update on gronk's status coming up on sunday nights sport wrap at 11 ooch 30. this just in to our newsroom boston police have made an arrest in a break-in caught on camera. the man you see here is eric
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morning. the 33-year-old has been charged with vandalism and breaking and entering. a sea of flags today. >> showing up in force to have their voices heard. >> i would die for this flag. >> ahead on fox 25 the emotional day on campus and why the president of the university stands by his decision to remove old glory. >> oh, my god. mall mayhem on black friday. this wasn't the weekend of shopping all across the country. but up next it. >> was a graphic crash early
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new tonight, she says she's lucky to be alive. a fitchburg waitress is recovering after this awful accident on 495 thanksgiving
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somehow escaped with her life. tonight the young victim is speaking with us from her hospital bed. >> fox 25's erica richie reports she was awake through the entire ordeal. >> reporter: yeah, taylor was headed home to barns stage here from college for thanksgiving break when she was involved in that head-onlition even though she never made it home to barnstable because shy detoured to the hospital she pegs this as her best thanksgiving ever. >> i'm just like so happy that you know i didn't even put words to how this crash on route 495 in plainville early thanksgiving morning could have ended. so as taylor speaks to me by phone from her hospital bed she simply focuses on how it did end. >> you know -- >> reporter: she was in this white s.u.v. headed from college in fitchburg to home in barnstable at 2:00 a.m. thursday after a waitresses shift with when 22 years james keating of norton was driving the wrong way and hit taylor head-on. he died at the scene.
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>> i was still in the fast lane after the crash that's just where i ended up. then cars were still going by me like not stopping. i didn't know if anyone else had known so i call 911. >> reporter: at the hospital, taylor learned she suffered a severely broken ankle and fractured pelvis in addition to cuts and bruises. meantime her friends were learning that she was the one involved in the crash they had seen in the news. >> there was definitely very shocking. >> reporter: and for taylor's best friend >> it was also very upsetting. she felt helpless but wanted to be there for her friend so she set up a go fund me account to help cover taylor's bills since she won't be able to work for at least several months. >> i can't put your bones back together, i can't make you feel any better, physically but hopefully this can help her feel better mentally and emotionally. >> it's made everything a little bit easier. >> reporter: has allowed her to focus solely on her recovery.
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be happy. i don't even need anything after that. >> reporter: most of that recovery and rehab will be done here on the cape because of that taylor won't be able to return to fitchburg state for her last semester of college. that also means she's not going to be able to return to work. so if you would like to help through that go fund me account head over to our website we'll go ahead and link threw. in barnstable, erica richie, fox 25 news. >> wishing her a speedy recovery. two lanes along the pike were blocked this afternoon as crews ba this was in the westbound lanes it happened around 4:00 this afternoon. state police tell us no one was hurt and only one car was involved. the commuter rail where is forming an action committee to study issues on its poorest performing line the worcester line. reports for worcester line is averaging an on time performance of just 61%. that was based on the last 30 days. keolis said in its reports leaves created slippery track conditions which caused some of the delays during the fall.
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resources dedicated to that line. this new machine could help the t get the most of out of its trains helping improve service. this modern machine went into service last week at the mbta maintenance facility in everett. the new equipment cuts metal and can operate up to five times faster than the old machine helping employees shave hours off of work time. a man is now in custody after providence police say he led them on a short chase that left it came to an end when a suspect hit another car then ran away. a fire truck also sideswiped another car while on the way to that scene. police say no one in either crash was seriously hurt. officers did eventually catch up to the suspect and arrested him. new tonight, researchers warn a once in a century storm could wreck havoc on rhode island. on left we'll show you in just a second is what the coast of warwick looks right now. on the right is what it
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storm-like hurricane in 1954 were to strike again. anything in red there would pretty much be destroyed. it also took into account a seven foot rise in sea level which scientists predict to happen by the end of the century. a navy veteran will soon be laid to rest at the bottom of the ocean more than 200 miles off the new england coast. captain rogers was supposed to be on the u.s.s. thrasher in 1963 but was taken off the boat last minute. the ship sank two days later killing everyone on board. he felt survivors remorse up to his death last year. his ashes will be placed near the area where that ship sank. a flight from israel to boston has been cancelled after pilots refuse to show up. israel's national carrier el al airlines is in the middle of an ongoing labor dispute. the flight crew was scheduled to take off last night. the airline is already had to cancel flights to the u.s. over the same issue. l.l. bean is kicking it
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iconic boot continues to grow. accord ing to u.s.a. today the maine-based retailer has a larger building it to double the size of its operation. it will also hire 100 more workers next year to make the boots and a third molding machine to manufacture the rubber soles. annual sales have grown from a fewer than 100,000 a decading too to more than 600,000 this year. a disputed decision from hamp tire college in amherst is making national headlines tonight. the school removed the campus. today hundreds gathered. veterans and residents are asking the college's president to raise the flag once again. >> blood, sweat and tears, red, white and blue, that's what it is that's what this flag represents. >> reporter: an american flag it stands for many things. >> raise with your flags everybody. >> reporter: life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness.
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nation, everybody who fought for this flag. it's more than just a symbol. >> reporter: and it also stands for freedom of expression. administrators at hampshire college say that's what they're doing by removing the flag. fox 25 spoke to the school's president jonathan lash earlier this week. >> the symbol was raising the temperature of the controversy that disagreement and getting us away from the underlying values that we wanted to discuss. >> reporter: it all started season. the flag flying on the hampshire college campus was lowered to half-staff. later, someone burned the flag. the college then announced they would remove old glory from campus altogether. >> stand up for something but you don't need to take a flag down to do it. >> the flag of our united states of america. >> an up-roar spiralled. a group from the amherst vfw organized an demonstration today that turned into a sea of flags waving in protest.
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flag. i fought for this flag, i will live for it. you all live for it. >> reporter: veterans shared their stories of fighting for the american dream no matter the cost. christopher dupont fought for our country alongside his brother. >> this is a flag that my mom got at his grave sight the day he was laid to rest. >> he says this flag represents families patriotism and sacrifice. >> too much blood has been shed for you our country for our freedom. ? god bless america ? ? my home sweet home ? >> while the did not likely to continue the university's president is standing by the decision tonight. he says the discussion about what the flag represents will continue. ahead on fox 25 what the tv personality tweeted about
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out tonight. but first someone scored big in last night's powerball drawing but we don't know who yet. where the winning ticket was
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well, talk about lucky. a powerball player who bought a ticket in tennessee just got a whole lot richer about $421 million richer in fact. must be nice, huh. the ticket matched all six numbers drawn last night was sold at a store in lafayette. only about 5,000 people live
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of nashville. the winner has not yet come forward. well, wall street will open tomorrow morning at record highs. stocks are up across the board last week with all the major indices reaching all-time highs. on friday, this month's jobs report will be released. last month the unemployment rate edged down to 4.9%. americans spent more than $3 brl during shopping's busiest weekend but most of the sales were made on-line. searchers say roughly one billion of those sales came from mobile physical retailers dipped 5% over the past with two years. black friday deals also brought mayhem to malls with two fatal shootings. one in new jersey another in tennessee. both shootings began as fights like one caught on camera in california. >> it started off between two people but ended up with
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the entrance to the jcpenney. the day after thanksgiving can be a headache for many travelers but those taking to the skies faced few major problems. we're told only about 100 flights were cancelled nationwide. we caught up with some travelers returning tonight to logan. >> you know, only about an hour i really needed at the airport. that was just fine. >> maybe honestly, i don't know. i don't know why less people would be traveling gas is cheaper. >> jason, the weather rt over this holiday weekend. >> absolutely. and you know what, heading into workweek things will change in a big way.
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the trump presidency promises to throw a lot of political traditions out the window. among them trump doesn't
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every president has had a four legged friend. the last president without a pet was andrew johnson. he he prepares for the transition of power not everyone is on board with his rumored choices to fill the cabinet. >> among the names creating controversy is former massachusetts governor mitt romney. >> reporter: senior advisey kelly ann conway said she had already shared her feelings about mitt romney privately with mr. trump but today she took them pep public she blasted mitt romney as wrong man for the job as secretary of state. she questioned his credentials, his loss in 2012 and most importantly his loyalty to the president-elect. >> people feel betrayed to think that governor romney who went out of his way to question the character and inlaelect and integrity of donald trump would be given the most significant cabinet most post of all secretary of state that is a decision that only one man can make,
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reflecting what the grassroots are saying. >> some of the other top contenders for secretary of state are former new york city mayor rudy giuliani and john bolten, tennessee corker and general aly thattus. he has already made four appointments for his cabinet. all four require senate confirmation. and today florida senator marco rubio gave us a taste of who will sale through the process. so you're not ready to say if you will support the concession of jeff sessions. >> i never do it now in the case of pompeo and nikki hayley he will come to our office. >> mr. trump is set to meet with eight people for variety of roles in his administration.
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rosie o'donnell is defending herself after she came under fire for questioning if president-elect donald trump's youngest son is autistic. she posted a video on twitter speculating that he may be autistic. on saturday o'donnell said that post had nothing to do with her feud with donald trump. in fact, she revealed her own daughter dakota is autistic. she tweeted "barron trump autistic if so what an amazing to the autism epidemic. >> as many as 98 final regulations under review at the could be implemented before donald trump takes office. with an economic impact of at least $100 million a year. more than 16,000 people traveled to vermont this weekend to see the best ski
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the skiers competing in the women's world cup race. this is first in vermont in 38 years. looks good. right now, ski conditions pretty good. we got some rain on the way this week it will get all the way up into the mountains as well. so more on all these storms coming right now one storm departing and the snow in its wake there. meaning time we are seeing clearing skies back here across southern new england. just a few clouds. where temperatures are in the upper 20s either way. down here around boylston, worcester lower 30s look at brookfield already down to 28 degrees as well as tewkesbury, and milton, and over to boston at 37? and
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all the way out to cape cod at this hour only 40s i have on the map the vineyard and nantucket. so the winds calming down in a few spots. five to 10 in most others. ptown and nantucket still at 15, 16, 17. but that's about it for the winds overnight. in fact they're only going to get a little bit lighter from here. that's the good news. in the morning it will be chilly but not that bitter wind chill to talk about. it will just be grab your coat and head out. we're going to be in locations. there's norwood, framingham, lawrence all 27 on 29 ipswich down in the upper with 20s and boston about 31 as you start the day on monday. but clear skies coat, scarf, that's all the gear for tomorrow you will have plenty of sun for the day coming up with mid and upper 40s out there for the afternoon seasonably 40 degree weather. now high pressure in control tomorrow so that's why we have the nice bright skies and the lighter winds compared to today.
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increase that's because our next storm system it's already in the making and it's taking shape out west right now. so by 7:00 in the morning on tuesday most of us will stay dry. but a few spotty light showers and if they can get down to the ground we'll have that residual cold air that will produce some light freezing rain or sleet mainly in southern new hampshire but it's going to be brief because we're not going have the cold air locked in. here comes that south and southwest wind flow right over the top of it. we g evening drive time on tuesday. looks like a washout to me at this point. and then the rain moves out say after dinner time on tuesday and we're left with a dry start to wednesday. but we still have another low pressure system to come in on wednesday afternoon and evening to bring another dose of really needed rainfall. let's take a look at just tuesday. these are rain amounts that are pretty impressive here half an inch or even intersome spots could get an
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alone. we need it because we're still watching that stripe of red. that's the extreme drought. we haven't been able to shake that. so we're still at eight to 11 inches below normal for the pike areas here in southern new england for the area. now on wednesday afternoon, and into thursday morning another inch of rain can fall and then we clear it out of here friday looks dry and breezy, and just in time for our coat drop-off in natick at 10 to two on saturday nice conditions. >> jason, thanks. new tonight google is stepping up the technology they use for translating. they've developed artificial intelligence that is taught itself to translate between languages. google says this technology can even translate between languages it doesn't know. the so-called zero shot translation technology allows google to not have to translate between two languages. researchers hope this will allow quicker and more accurate translations. a new smartphone app is
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between the dating app and snapchat. the instructions are the same swipe right if you like someone. once they swipe they can communicate with that person through snapchat. on-line safety advocates though say they're concerned over the app saying users could be faking their ages and identities. not sure where they come up with these but it's being called the space poop challenge, yes the space poop challenge, kerry. nasa is offering a $30,000 prize if someone can create a way for astronauts to go to the bathroom while stay for get this up to six days that's according to "time" magazine. the international space station says that the puts that must wear diapers during launch and landing or space walks. good luck with that. you could have got adopt a piece of space junk and get a tweet every time it flies by.
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four inches currently in organize. each of those pieces is large enough to shatter a spacecraft. those interested in signing can you please choose from one of three tagged objects. >> all right. the view from above the clouds. ahead from fox 25 where photographers flocked to this weekend to capture this stunning site. >> you only received one purple heart for each time
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welcome back. a putle heart is combat injuries, courage and bravery. one was found in a dumpster in texas. gary kennedy got a call that a purple heart and other medals were found tossed in the trash. now he's on the hunt to find the rightful owner. gary is looking for the family of jim world war ii who served in vietnam. >> we want to be able to give it back to the a financial list so they can the country andster cheric -- cherish these stories that grandfather. >> it's unclear who threw out the medals and why. gary has reached out to several organizations and possibly family members but so far no luck. there are no prices on the menu at this restaurant in new mexico. instead the owner asks customers to pay what they
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business will confirm his belief that people want to do good. >> even if people are say homeless or struggling they still want to contribute or pay what they can. >> he brought the idea to his albuquerque restaurant after he visited a similar one in australia. an under water mystery solved. ahead on fox 25, what many thought as the world war ii era bomb turns out to be harmless. but up anyone with type 2 diabetes knows how it feels
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the cuban flag is now flying at half-staff at the cuban embassy in washington, d.c. tonight. the island nation will mourn fidel castro for the next week. >> as people cause to contemplate the death of the dictator others are wondering what his death means for the future of relations between the u.s. and cuba. garrett tenny takes a look. >> reporter: in the short term the future of u.s. cuba roogss will largely be decided by republicans in donald trump. we have seen over the last few years the brmp has taken steps to reopen both political and economic relations with cuba. but this morning on fox news sunday incoming white house chief of staff priebus says three have to negotiate. >> there will be some movement from cuba in order to have a relationship with the united states. >> reporter: florida senator marco rubio is another harsh
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expect to see any dramatic changes from the communist nation despite castro's death. >> the bottom line is that as far as the practical day to day affairs that transition happened about a decade ago so his death is a historical milestone i imagine a psychological one for a lot of people, but from a practical standpoint cuba today is governed the way it was 48 hours ago. >> reporter: on the other side of the aisle this morning senator bernie sanders argued it's important for the u.s. to work with those it disagrees with statement which offered castro family his condolences. >> the united states of america has relations with china we've had relations with brutal dictatorships all over the world. goal right now is to see that we can improve our relationships with the people of cuba, to do what we can to improve their economy and to make sure that the younger generation does better than than older generation. >> reporter: fidel castro's funeral is scheduled for december 4th we're still waiting to hear, who, if
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representative. in washington, i'm garrett tenny, fox news. my family is abroad before i was able to reach the age of 16 because it the only way of escaping the system. >> that was a cuban living in boston who escaped castro's regime years ago. he celebrated with his countrymen at a cuban restaurant in jamaica plain saturday night. hear the hope for for the future of france may see a year of change. the former prime minister has won the presidential candidate. now if he wins the election he could be bringing a more conservative platform to the government. one france has not seen before. he's expected to face far right national front leader. he says he plans to raise france's retirement age and scrap the 35 hour working
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shut down the nuclear power plant. they currently have five plants which provides nearly 40% of that country's energy. the proposal called for a phase out of the plan so they can move towards renewable energy by 2050. business leaders were against the proposal saying it would lead to power shortages. people living near canada's pacific coast can breathe a sigh of relief tonight. the royal canadian navy said an object that a diver found in the ocean is not a lost bomb or nuclear weapon. the navy the device appears to be a piece of industrial equipment. many feared the diver had found a missing dummy nuclear bomb dropped in the ocean by a u.s. bomber back in 1950. it has been missing ever since. thousands of tourists are making their way to china to catch a glimpse of this. so cool. after days of rain and low temperatures the skies at a national park have created this incredible view. people were fascinated with tree branches covered in ice and the sea of waterfall clouds over mountain peeks.
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recognized as a world heritage site. plenty of monkey business going on in thailand this weekend. people held a food buffet to thank the primates for bringing in tourists and help the local economy. the event took place in monkey province. organizers that i have are about 3,000 monkeys in that region. a drone is giving us a closer look at the aftermath the devastating flooding in northwest italy. a torrential downpour causing hundreds of people have been forced out of their homes. that region is expected more severe weather in the coming days. well, an unusual combination of weather conditions has led to a freak illness in australia. three people have already died from what doctors are calling thunder asthma. doctors say it has to do with grass pollen getting into people's lungs. they say the mix of high humidity, high pollen and a thunderstorm can cause this illness. hundreds of people were rushed to the hospital this weekend with breathing
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extraordinary few hours at the hospital this is unprecedented in our history. >> some emergency responders are struggling trying to keep up with calls related to thunder asthma. during a four hour period dispatchers in the southern state of victoria got an average of one call every four seconds. researchers will start testing a new h.i.v. vaccine this week. it will be the largest and most advanced h.i.v. vaccine clinical trial to take place in south africa. more than a thousand people per day are h.i.v. in that country. researchers will be looking at 5400 sexually active men and women over the course of the next year. they're away from the home during the holidays but today a little bit of home was sent to them. ahead at 11:00 how a local bar helped spread some holiday cheer for u.s. military members serving overseas. first a once in a
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welcome back. nice day today, right? >> here's how we round it out in the middle 40s in most locations, a little cooler in the higher elprobations -- elevations. now tonight we're running a little cooler than we were last night at this time on the order of five to eight degrees. so temperatures are already down to freezing in a lot of spots. you can see those upper 20s and lower 30s in most locations to the west with lower 30s there even in plymouth right now. so it's going to be a chilly start to the day tomorrow. mid and underway in the suburbs it will be in the lower 30s in boston. so our sunny sky though will mean a nice bright start to the day. not much wind that's the good knew not a lot of wind chill to tell you about in the morning but there will be some rain on the way this week. we need it we have several rounds of it to talk about coming up at 11:00. >> hey, you're -- >> disney's latest animated adventure sails to first
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million -- $1.1 million. >> a rare -- 81.1 million. it almost beat "frozen". it doesn't happen until next year but enthusiasts are already making plans. astronomers say the best place to ethe eclipse will be the columbia, south carolina. >> we've had calls om america so people will come from all over the fworld see this and chase this eclipse. >> 12 states are along the path of the eclipse which will travel from oregon to south carolina on august 21st of next year. anyone within 100 mile radius of the city will experience two and a half minutes of pure darkness in the middle of the afternoon. if you were expecting a blowout win and a thing of
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today shame on you know better. beating the jets on the road is never easy and it's rarely pretty this one was neither but it's pretty easy to appreciate another comeback win for tom brady. not a good sign in the first quarter when rob gronkowski left the game and didn't return. mitchell's second touchdown catch of the game was extra sweet because earlier he had dropped what should have been the go-ahead touchdown then with the game on the line the defense clenches it. trey flowers recovers the fumble. 22-17200th career win for tom brady. >> just because a situational football player that's ever been around. the quarterback's job has been to win. he's won a lot. i'm glad he's our quarterback. >> it's a team sport. individual awards and things like that it means i've been apart of a lot of really
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teammates. it's an historic win on a lot of levels. the 500th win in patriots history. brady's 200th career win ties him with peyton manning. it's brady's 38th career fourth quarter come back again second to peyton manning. brady also goes over 60,000 yards passing today becoming the fifth quarterback to do that in his career. just before the patriots took on the jets in new jersey, the bruins faced the lightning in a game at the garden. if you spent your time and money to be there bruins made it worth your while. scoreless first period. bruins score first in the second. colin miller pokes it on net and dominique moore with the snap redirect take another look at it. moore just reaches back and snaps it past ben bishop to get the bruins on the board. then the hayley comet moment david krejci towards the net
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monkey off his back. his first goal in 35 games. his last goal came on february 24th, how much note did we have?
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(birds singing) oh, my god, oh, my god, oh, my god. what is it? you see a deer? no. i forgot to dvr fashion runway tonight. brad, just focus on your landmarks. we'll be back home before your show. oh, thank god, 'cause jasmine's two-tone sundress last week was so fierce. i can't wait to see what she does next. you know, other kids your age aren't into that kind of stuff. what are they into? like, fishing, video games. i mean, i'd be okay if you were into books and stuff, instead. oh! i read the diane von furstenberg biography. i don't know who that is. and you're growing up real fast, and if you want to be a man someday, you're gonna have to act like one. (high-pitched scream) (screaming)


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