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it's friday, march 11th. coming up on "early today," whiplash for the first time the republicans squa s squared off was a civil exchange of ideas and policies. what's happening at trump r ralli rallies? we'll introduce you to an isis turn coat. and an incredible scene in one ohio town. preparing a good bye to nancy regan. and a night to remember that white house. "early today" starts right now . a rare civil meeting among gop candidates in miami last night. this one focussed more on policy than
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the suvilt civility of the nigh not lost on donald trump. >> i would say we're all in this together, we're going to come up with solutions and find the answers to things and so far can't believe how civil it's been up here. >> reporter: trump and cruz were quick to name this a two-man race and cruz backed up his views not shared by kasich. >> it's simple math, be to the republican nominee, you've got to get the 1237 democrats. there's only two of us that are on the path to do so. >> these things are changeing all the time and i'm going to be fortunate enough to win ohio. >> all eyes turn to tuesday's primaries with kasich's home state of ohio and rubio's own home state in florida, and a total of 358 delegates up for grabs. later y,
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indorse trump and after the debate, trump spoke about what it means to him. >> great guy, respected by everybody. liked by everybody. i was just a very wonderful thing. >> meanwhile, a vicious punch thrown at a protester at a truf truftrump rally has led to charges. and a reporter claim she was physically man handled. the trump campaign strongly denies it. >> reporter: stunning new video capturing a trump supporter sucker punching jones in the face, after they were escorting jones. jones yelling that crowd before he was blindsided. >> get out of here. go home to mom. >> reporter: sheriff's deputies walking by the attacker and going after
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me in my eye. >> reporter: 78-year-old was unrepentant. >> i knocked the hel out of that big mouth. the next time we see him, we might have to kill him. >> reporter: he was arrested and charged with assault. the trump campaign says the incident was unfortunate, that they have no control over their supporters behavior and take significant members to keep attendees safe. still, it's the type of behavior some feel trump has encouraged. >> who's protesting? anybody? oh, good etoout of here. you know what they used to do to guys like that, they'd be carried out in a stretcher, folks. >> i promise you i will pay for the legal fees, i promise. >> reporter: new allegations that hit even closer to home for the campaign, the campaign manager aaccused of roughing up a
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michelle fields for s tweeted photo of bruises after she says she was pulled down by the arm following the trump news conference. trump campaign says it's false. and questioning whether fields' accusation is part of a larger pattern of her exaggerating incidents. >> and a washington post reporter says he witnesses the incident and supports fields' story. and trump stood by the campaign manager. >> i don't know anything about it. i just heard about it a little while ago for the first time. he's an incredible guy. i don't he would ever do a thing like that
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clip. he threw a punch but he's an impassioned person and i guess he didn't like what he was seeing but we don't condone it. meanwhile, hillary clinton says the cumotion has not been lost on leaders. >> i've been calling calls from a lot of the leaders i know around the world and their basic message is what is happening? >> and last night, influential democratic senator, elizabeth warren echoed those sentiments. >> what's the problem with the two guys they have at the top? these are both people who basically deny the legitimacy of their opponents, they go on the attack, they demean millions of americans and that's what
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and why republicans -- man, republicans in the senate are breaking apart over this. now to the raging floods in the south. the death toll raises to five. thousands of families have been evacuated as relentless rain has overwhelmed cities and towns. over 20 inches in some areas. and in monroe, louisiana, fish were seen swimming along sidewalks. and the flood gates opened in louisiana. the president and first lady hosted canadian prime minister and his wife at the white house last night for a state dinner. and dressed to the nines, they greeted the counter parts from their the north before dining with 200 other guests including michael j. fox, and ryan reynolds and actor, m
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and snl creator, lauren michaels . prime minister says we're more than friends. >> we're more like siblings, really. we've shared parentage, though we took different paths in our later years. we became the stay-at home type. you grew to be a little more rebellious. now to this, caught on camera, massive explosion outside of cleveland. and after catching fire at a construction site, first responders were in the area at the time of the explosion and no one was hurt. some restaurants and businesses had to be shut down. so far the cause of the fire is not known, it's under investigation. turning overseas now, where they appeared to have revealed identities of
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fighters. this comes from forms similar to job applications stolen from isis. here with more. >> reporter: isis is fiercely protective of its secrets and defecters, if caught are generally executed. so, this parent leak may be a sign isis is starting to lose control. the german federal police has already said that the documents appear genuine but it's an enormous and unprecedented trove of information, which experts are still sifting through. >> i think they probably are authentic, these documents, because they contain a great deal of information that can be verified. >> reporter: there are thousands of these forms that list detailed information about isis recruits which date back to 2013 and 2014, we identified six that name americans, including one douglas mcarthur, mccain from
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reported, was killed two years ago. the name on the form is not a perfect match but his date of birth and home town are. >> who the recruiters were. so, for me, that seems to be the single most and significant thing in these files. >> reporter: this syrian man says all the information was on a memory stick he stole from senior isis commander and got out of syria. i got it in my baby's diaper, he said because i knew they wouldn't search there. he joined isis early on and was a trusted member but grew dissolutioned. "i saw them rape, i saw them butcher children in front of their mothers." he said. two security experts say they appear
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regan, will be laid to rest at the regan presidential library. thousands more paid their respect on the second day of public mourning thursday before today's private funeral, outside the regan library and her body will be buried next to her husband, ronald regan. and expected to speak, nancy's two children and baker and tom bro kaw brokaw. you with watch live coverage on nbc. and let's talk with bill karins. >> sunday will be better but this storm is still over south florida. this is three days in a row we're waking up to torrential rains in louisiana and mississippi and it's just pumping up all
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of the goulf. and that's going to continue throughout the day today. we've been in flood emergency to almost 36 to 48 hours. and 14 million people are in these watches, 1.8 million are in the warnings. an additional to two to four inches. southern mississippi to mobile area. and where all the rivers are at record stages in northern l.a l louisiana, we're only expecting another inch or two. but there's already been 16 inches in some places. showers in the midatlantic and northeast. and heavy rains throughout the deep south, gulf coast. and notice we really don't cool off much over the upcoming weekend. but we'll start to dry out in the flood zone on sunday. now
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ahead. so, one more day of very warm conditions up through the southeast and midatlantic. still 80s up to raleigh. and up into new england as we start to feel like march. so, yeah, thoughts are still with the people in the deep south. >> thank you very much. still to come a pennsylvania manhunt for two shooters heats up. plus, legends meet for the last time. you're watching "early today." always on the rise. symptoms worsen because your heart isn't pumping well. (water filling room) about 50 percent of people die (dog whimpering) within 5 years of getting diagnosed. but there's something you can do. talk to your doctor about heart failure treatment options. because the more you know, the more likely you are... (dog whimpering) to keep it pumping.
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night and two nieces. my whole family was massacred. >> it was calculated, planned, it's just a brutal murder. one of the most brutal i've seen. >> the unborn child is listed as a sixth victim. a convicted inmate and convicted murder escaped during a prison transport. they were spotted on hotel surveillance video in albuquerque. and photos released of kim jong-un at a missile launch. it's unknown when it was taken. and it says kim ordered more nuclear weapons test. apple says march 21st will be their next big product roll out, including a
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it's about taking a stand. for too long, wall street banks had their way. they crashed our economy. but democrat donna edwards won't take their money because she stands up for us. as a single mom, she knows the challenges our families face. she'll be our voice. tightening regulations on the big banks and fighting to keep dark money out of politics.
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daylight saving time begins this weekend. early sunday clocks jump from 1:59 to 3:00 a.m. you're more likely to catch flu due to lack of sleep and an association with higher risk of stroke and heart attacks. time to bring you sports. end of an era. kobe bryant and lebron james facing off for the last time against each other. and yep, it is kobe's turn, going head-to-head with james right outside the arch. take a look here. what does he do? yep, nails that three-pointer. the cavs coasted to an easy victory and miss
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at 4:26, breaking news from the live desk. there is a death investigation under way in lorton, virginia. this is happening on the 6,000 block of river drive. police describing it as a deceased man with upper body trauma. about an a hour ago, fairfax county police started tweeting for people to say indoors. we have a crew headed that way. we'll be back with more of this developing situation. stay with us. news 4 "today" starts right now. coming up on 4:27 now. good morning. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yan
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chuck bell. keep this weather coming, chuck. >> we'll do what we can. no more 80s for a little while. we flirted with 80 again yesterday. 79 officially at reagan national. it has not cooled down much overnight. cloudy skies have been holding temperatures up for t he upper 60s to near 70 degrees. far more typical of a june morning than early march. chance of a quick little sprinkle or two here this morning, so your weather headlines then from clouds to sunshine with time today, turning breezy, staying on the mild side and there are chances for rain in your weekend. we'll detail the timing on that and let you know which day may be the better to get your outdoor plans done. good morning. happy friday. do have one issue here 5 northbound at accokeek road, just the two left
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by a crash. it's blocked east of the intersection. and that's been hanging around. 270 at montgomery village avenue, don't have any problems. inbound south capitol street southeast at potomac avenue, the right lane the only thing getting by. right now police in berlin investigating a bomb threat to the u.s. embassy there. investigators say it looks like a hoax, though. a 23-year-old german man is now in custody, police say he became violent when he he was turned away at the door of the embassy and just as he was being escorted off property, he told officials he had a bomb in his suitcase. the bomb squad later determined there were only clothes in that suitcase. back to you. today former first lady nancy reagan will be laid to rest next to her husband in california. relatives of every president dating back to jfk will attend her funeral.
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michelle obama, former fwornlg w. bush and his wife lawyer remarks nancy reagan's two children will speak along with tom brokaw. mrs. ray begfw reagan is said t planned every detail of her funeral. a white house butler remembers naps city and ronald reagan. sgle worked at the white house from 1980 to 1990. he said the former first lady respected her role but her love for her husband was first. >> it was really heartwarming to see after all those years of marriage, the look that she gave him. you could just tell. you could almost feel the intensity of the love between them. >> when asked to describe nancy reagan in one word, he said gracious. you can watch the funeral live today, there will be a special report starting at 2:00, and you c
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nbc washington app. good morning. i'm scott mcfarland. overnight developments in a story we broke out of fairfax county. federal investigators are reviewing the matter of christopher rademacher, former high school teacher. he said he resigned his job and had his teaching license revoked after schools investigated him for his conduct on a trip with students to germany. allegations are he supplied alcohol to some of the student, he encouraged them to strip naked, and include sex acts in which he watched and participated. the school district has notified parents of the kid, but local police did not launch a child abuse investigation because it happened overseas. no criminal charges were are filed. rademacher did not appear in a hearing into his case and has been up reachable for comment, but again this morning the u.s. attorney's office says it is


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