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i like to say there's always a bull market somewhere, and i promise to try and find it just this is going to be tough. cubs win the race. >> the chicago cubs win their first world series title in more than a century. >> the candidates mad dash, five hillary clinton looking to put arizona in the blue column, while donald trump works to shore up florida. so for the first time, we have a real chance to turn this state blue again. >> we're going to be nice and cool, nice and cool. stay on point, donald, stay on point. >> plus the latest on that
moines and few details on the suspect. it was a night of political statements at the year's cma award. "early today" starts right now. >> a lot of things to get to, before we get to all that, we're following breaking news from london. a blow to the british government after the country's high court ruled brexit from the european union must be triggered by parliament and not by the country's prime minister, theresa may. the legal action was several claimants who argued leaving the eu will remove rights including free movement in the block of nations. the government is likely to appeal the ruling. theresa may said she would launch exit negotiations by march 31st. >> good morning, i'm ayman mohyeldin. >> i'm francis rivera. it's either the best morning ever or the worst. >> depending on what city you live in. >> for the first time in 108
fittingly, the game went into extra innings had a short rain delay, but in the end, the cubs were able to end the curse. >> went out here, the longest game ever. one of the best games anybody well ever see. this trumps everything. i'm out here crying. i'm so happy. i can't even put into words how this feels. >> chicago, it happened. we did it, we're world champions. and that's it. we're world champions. i can't believe it. >> to be a part of this is -- i don't have words to really tell you how i feel right now about this. i think it's all surreal. man, it's a great feeling. >> jay gray joins us live from outside chicago's wrigley field. i'm not sure if people are still awake or if they went to bed in
anybody has gone to bed down here. you can probably hear the crowd behind me. we continue to see people showing up here at wrigley. at its peak after the game, tens of thousands were here celebrating the cubs' world championship. there's still a large group around wrigley field right now. and still people coming in, believe it or not, early this morning, just to be a part of the celebration. who can blame them? it's been 108 years in between world so maybe they deserve to have a little fun here in chicago today. i think what we're going to see as the morning progresses is a lot of people who don't show up to work today, maybe a sick day. those that do, i'm betting a majority of them have a headache once they're at work. then i think we're going to see a lot of absences in schools around the chicago area. they are having fun and celebrating this win. back to you guys. >> i can imagine, jay, that the
might be missing or sick as well. thank you, jay. >> turning to the presidential race where even the world series can't break through all that noise. baseball fans were inundated with ads from hillary clinton and donald trump as we're now five days away from election day. and in what has become a tightened presidential race, both candidates are making the urgent push to get out the vote. trump spending another day in florida as clinton ventures west, looking for votes in arizona. >> those of you out there on the phones for me, canvassing for me, talking to your friends and your coworkers, you know what an important choice this is. and you have six days to convince everybody you can talk to to get out and vote. >> but i'm a messenger. i'm a messenger. when we win on november 8th, we are going to washington, d.c.
swamp. >> those came nlts came as the trump team announced a massive $100 million fund-raising haul from small donor donations for october. a record for the republican nominee. but for trump, his inner conflict was on full display as he audibly told himself to remain on message, going after nbc's own katy tur. >> we're going to win the white house. we're going to win it. it's feeling like it ad we've got to be nice and cool, nice and cool. right? stay on point, donald. stay on point. no side tracks, donald. nice and easy. we have two more today in florida, and we have massive crowds. there's something happening. they're not reporting it. katy, you're not reporting it,
>> the hashtag, i'm with tur, took off for support coming for katy tur. >> a new slew of polls in florida are giving clinton a razor thin point. she's beating trump by one point. meanwhile, in wisconsin, clinton widens her lead there, beating trump by six points as the race tightens in north carolina where clinton's lead is down to three points. and it was in north carolina where president obama campaigned hard, looking to mobilize voting bloc that helped usher him into the white house. >> if you don't vote, then you have done the work of those who would suppress your vote without them having to lift a finger. come on. i am not on the ballot, but i tell you what. fairness is on the ballot. decency is on the ballot. justice is on the ballot.
our democracy is on the ballot right now. >> and for the first time, the president spoke out on clinton's latest e-mail controversy, taking a swipe at the fbi director's timing. >> i do think that there is a norm that when there are investigations, we don't operate on innuendo. we don't operate on incomplete information. we don't operate on leaks. >> and just vitriol that has overwhelmed the campaign is now spilling oefrk. here's what happened in mississippi. a 111-year-old black church burned in what police now call a hate crime with vote trump spray painted on the wall. clinton releases a response saying the perpetrators that set the church on fire must be brought to justice. this kind of hate has no place in america. while the trump team put out this statement saying we're
in the strongest terms this terrible act that has no place in our society. >> new details this morning on the suspect believes to have killed two des moines police officers in an ambush style attack. a law enforcement source tells nbc news scott michael green has a history of mental problems. investigators are trying to determine what set him off. blake mccoy has more. >> reporter: with guns drawn, offi c neighborhood where two of their own had just been ambushed, fearing they could become the next target. it was 1:06 a.m. when police responding to a call of shots fired found urbandale officer justin martin shot dead in the front seed of his squad car. a rookie officer, this was his first year on the draw. 20 minutes later, tony beminio was found shot in his squad car.
>> they were sitting in the car. they didn't have a chance to defend themselves. >> police moved quickly to identify 46-year-old scott michael greene as their suspect. he turned himself in hours later. greene is well known to police in the area, posting a recent run-in with officers on youtube after being asked to leave a high school football game for holding a confederate flag. >> you grabbed me. >> greene lives here with his mother who neighbors say was trying to evict him. would have come to this, that he was that unsettled. >> this year, nationwide, 115 officers have been killed in the line of duty. a five-year high. 16 in ambush-style attacks. for those who knew these officers, heartache. >> the men were just doing their job. it was senseless. >> that was blake mccoy reporting. and last night, republican vice presidential candidate mike pence was in des moines, iowa,
>> just ahead, as iraqi forces retake mosul, the leader of isis breaks his silence. >> first, here's bill karins. >> good morning, everyone. we're watching for the most part the rain story today in the northeast and also going to be in areas of texas and a little in arizona and new mexico, too. it's kind of a soggy southwest dip in the jet stream. we'll see gusty winds with some of the showers and storms. this goes into friday with this storm spinning over the four corners region. besides that, the forecast is that's a look at the big weather story of the day. here's a closer look at your day ahead. i mentioned it's a nice day in the northwest. good to get sunshine. temperatures in the 60s. currently mild for this time of year. that great weather continues all the way down through central california. fresno today, beautiful, around 73 degrees. it looks pretty quiet into the weekend, and i'll have the election day forecast coming up too. >> hopefully the predictions
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nbcnews.com. isis leader al baghdadi emerges with a defiant statement. he called on supporters to spread attacks to other countries while expressing confidence that isis will win the battle for mosul. nbc news has not independently verified the authenticity or the date of the audio statement. matt bradley joins us live from erbil, northern iraq. good to have you with us. what does the timing of the at >> thanks. other than saying al baghdadi the leader of isis is still alive, it indicates he's trying to rally support among his troops in mosul, which is a city about an hour west of where i am now here in erbil. he's trying to get them to stay the line, to put up a really strong defense against overwhelming pressure from the iraqi military and from the u.s. coalition, which is bombing from above. now, he's basically said the only thing he really can say,
he's essentially telling his men, don't leave the line. stay where you are. don't retreat back to syria. and just basically gird yourself for what is going to be a suicide mission. now, he's peppered his statement, this 30-minute statement, with the kind of lofty rhetoric we're used to hearing from isis. the kind of stuff that's very sort of religious in tone and almost an ancient kind of language. it's trying to create a patina of age. he's trying to sort o this modern fight to the fight that muhammad used to lead. and this is part of the prophecy isis tried to present to isfollowers. he's trying to get people to rise up and follow and take up the caliphate in other countries and we need to look at other countries to see if this message has reached its intended message. >> matt bradley, thanks. just ahead, how some u.s. companies are helping to turn out the vote for election day.
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they hosted the 50th annual cma awaurtsdz. they always have fun in their monologue, especially this year because they have the election banter going on. watch. >> i love all you guys, but #i'm withcarrie. what i think doesn't really matter because this show is rigged. bigly. >> no, it's not, brad. but the people need to know, will you accept tonight's results? >> yes. if i nominated. >> then no, and you're a nasty woman. >> sound familiar, right? well, there were other fun parts, too. beyonce made her first cma performance. she performed "daddy lessons." chris stapleton and carrie underwood, she took female vocalist of the year, he took
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