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. hurricane mathew continues its deadly path towards the eastern seaboard with over a million already ordered evacuated. late-breaking details ahead. >> the number twos on the ticket go each attacking the top of the ticket. >> six times tonight i said to mike pence i can't understand how you can defend your runing mate on each issue. on both issues. >> let's don't put words in my mouth. you have to give me time. >> yet he is asking everybody to vote for somebody he cannot defend. >> and a life saving revelation to howard stern that you have to hear.
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biden goes under cover in study or die. >> got the moves. >> are you ready, mr. vice president? >> it's rock 'n' roll, man. >> "early today" starts right now. >> it's good to be with you. i'm frances rivera. >> i'm ayman mohyeldin. the eastern seaboard is on high alert as hurricane strongest storm in years closes in on the u.s. >> overnight, the eye of the storm made landfall in eastern cuba with its strength and tact, a category 4, winds reaching up to 140 miles per hour. eight deaths have been tolled so far. this after it tore through haiti, flooding streets, flattening homes in what could be the worst crisis to hit the nation since the deadly
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weakening. officials are taking zero chances. a state of emergency is in effect from florida to the carolinas. south carolina, calling for a complete coastal shutdown. >> our goal is to make sure you basically get 100 miles awoi from the coast. -- away from the coast. what i will tell those people thinking of fought leaving, if you think you can take care of think about my law enforcement and my national guardsmen. pause they are going to have to be the ones that go out and try to get you. you are putting their lives at stake. >> let's get an update how this storm is playing out. officials not calling for evacuations. bill karins is keeping an eye on it, bill. >> reporter: the bottom line is 36 hours from now, hurricane force winds are arriving in florida. it's off the coast of cuba. we will see if it can regenerate
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it could easily go up to a category 4 over the warm waters over the next 48 hours. this is thursday, 8:00 p.m. near freeport. clo those areas near ft. lauderdale, that's when it will be along the florida coastline. we go 24 hour hours, at least, with hurricane force winds, all across the east coast of florida, from west palm beach, indian riff, ft. pierce, melbourne, dayna flagler, possibly towards savannah with damaging winds, storm surge issues on the coast and the possibility of flooding rains. if one improvement has been up here in areas of north carolina. the trend is further to the south. i won put too much credence into this at this point here. so again, our computer models are targeting areas along the east coastline of florida and
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for about 24 hours along florida's space coast all the way up in the northeast corridor. now to the only vice presidential debate of the campaign, it was combative. democrat tim kane and republican mike pence squared off in a 90 minutes hotly contested showdown. most of the night was about defending their running pate, sparring over a whole range of topics from domestic issues to foreign policy. at very times, the issues of tr >> we have a tax code, for, that actually is designed to encourage entrepreneurship. >> why won't he release his taxes? >> we're asking the question about the business thing. >> i do want to come back on this. >> his tax returns showed he went through a very difficult time, but he used the tax code just the way it's supposed to be used. he did it brilliantly. >> how do you know that? in there first and foremost, donald trump supports our
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>> donald trump has paid all the taxes -- do you not take deduction, how does it work? it is about our troops. >> i understand why you want to change the subject. >> kane continued to attack pens's running mate in a heat discussion about nuclear weapons. >> ronald reagan said something interesting about nuclear proliferation in the ''80s, he said the problem proliferation some fool or maniac could trigger a catastrophic evechlt i think that's who governor pens's running mate is, who ronald reagan warned us about. >> senator,s that was even below you and hillary clinton. that's pretty low. >> reporter: pence was mild mannered, kane was far more aggressive. the two battled over which campaign hurls more insults. >> he says ours is an insult-driven campaign.
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ours is an insult-driven campaign. to be honest with you, donald trump had said all the things you said he said in the way you said he said them, he still wouldn't have a fraction of the insults that hillary clinton levelled when she said that half of our supporters were a basket of deplorables. she said they were irredeemable. they were not america. i mean, it's extraordinary. >> did donald trump apologize for taking after rape? did he apologize for saying african-americans are living in hell? did he apologize for saying president obama was not even a citizen of the united states? will you look in vain to see donald trump ever taking responsible for anybody and apologizing. >> the combative kane repeatedly challenged pence to defend trump. >> six times tonight i have said to governor pence, i can't imagine how you can defend your running mate's position on one
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refused to defend his running mate. >> don't put words in my mouth. if he's going to do that, you have to give me time. >> yet he is asking everybody to vote for somebody he cannot defend. >> you heard there tim cane bringing up donald trump. donald trump was watching the debate. he tweeted through the entirety, mike pence won big. we should be proud of mike. cnbc john harwood tweeted a trum but missed opportunities to defend the presidential pick t. pundits will argue over who won, debate, there is early word on what americans think. a new cnn-orc poll taken after the debate thought 48% thought pence won. 42% gave the nod to kane. >> as for the presidential candidates, themself, earlier in the day, donald trump and hillary clinton made campaign stops. as usual, they launched more
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clinton criticizing trump's treatment of women and business prowess. andrea mitchell has more. >> reporter: donald trump in arizona. >> i started as a very private successful business person. hillary clinton made her money as a corrupt public official. >> reporter: hillary clinton in pennsylvania trying to remind suburban republican women about the past week. in this moment with a 15-year-old girl. >> i see with my own eyes the ma talk about women and how they look. >> you are more than the way you look. you should be health yell. you should take care of yourself, but we're not all going to end up being miss yuvgs i hate to tell you. >> clinton surrogates out in force, including michelle obama, knocking trump comblain complaining about his microphone. >> when she egets down, she doesn't complain, she doesn't cry foul. >> reporter: clinton is less
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>> you have this crazy system where all of a sudden 25, 000,000 people and people out there busting it 60 hours a week wind up with their privilege doubled and coverage in half. >> can you imagine what he went through after making that statement? >>. >> reporter: bill clinton talked that back. >> president obama talked about obamacare doesn't need to be sacked and strapped, it needs improved. >> reporter: on the trail today, donald trump will hold two rallies in nevada. kicks off a bus tour with a rally in pennsylvania. hillary clinton doesn't have events. bill clinton has two events in ohio. bernie sanders campaigns for clinton in iowa and wisconsin. tim kaine will do so in we are learning more about an apparent security briech, yahoo complied with a classified government directive and scanned millions of customers incoming e-mails
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employees and a third source with knowledge of events, narrows down the agencies making the demand to the nsa or fbi. not only that, though the company allegedly dedicated its own staff to create custom software to help facilitate the investigation. cnbc, yahoo says it is a law abiding company and complies with the u.s. laws. the aclu is calling it unconstitutional. urging law reform. a slew of tech companies say they have never received such requests and would never even fulfill them. just ahead, find out how you can get one of these. remember these, a pair of -- oh, way back, marty mcslide's. first, bill karins is here back with your weather, a whole lot to watch now.
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hurricane warnings from ft. lauderdale, to indian river, melbourne and daytona beach is at a hurricane watch. these watches will be extended easily up into south carolina, miami, by the way, through the keys, is in a tropical storm warning for you. we will be watching heavy rainfall, primarily, in north florida and up into south carolina. now, here's a closer look at your day ahead. well, we're going to continue to have a weather today, of prep. there could be a stray shower in florida. for the most part, it's a good prep day. eventually, it will turn into an evacuation day. in new england the storm seems to miss you. more details ahead. "early today" back in two. listerine? total care helps prevent cavities, strengthens teeth and restores tooth enamel.
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months. a massive gas explosion in new jersey. the explosion destroyed two homes t. blast caught on tape. new jersey authorities tell us debris damaged buildings some seven blocks away. residents reported smelling gas. aging infrastructures plan to pursue. 15 firefighters sustained minor injuries, dozens of residents are now displaced as a result of the massive explosion t. safety administration which is of the department of transportation reported 708 national explosions. just ahead, an october surprise has gold prices spooked on wall street. plus, joe biden goes under cover on a college campus to get to the heart of a serious matter. you are watching "early today."
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>> all right, fast forward today, that breaking story about hurricane mathew, president obama as well. he is headed to fema headquarters. the president was originally scheduled to campaign for hillary clinton in florida. >> the six-year-old south carolina boy who died after being shot last week will be laid to rest.
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to dress up in a famous super costume and tee shirts. >> it's a heart breaking story. later on "today" an exclusive interview, matt lauer sits down with maria sharapova to talk about her return to the then e tennis court. >> a fed hike before the end of the year has investors awaiting big news on friday. nancy, good morning, what do know ahead of friday? >> good morning to you. chair fed fears once again spooks investors. we seen the major markets in the red. it's really the currency and the commodity move, keeping investors on their toes. we seen the dollar get near a two-year high, gold is suffering the worst percentage drop when
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investors come down to the adp report, that is a private jobs report at 8:15 a.m. eastern time. >> that is expected to be an indication of the non-farms payable report due on friday the biggest number the federal reserve determines to watch it this year, watch that one, back to you. >> nancy, thank you. well, just ahead, a stunning revelation by actor ben stiller. you don't want to miss it. >> late show host stephen focus group on the vice presidential debate. can you tell us why? when we come back, you are
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overtreatment. when you think of that stunning admission from ben stiller and also stunning when you think these are the second leading cause of cancer deaths and 70 viewers out there, one of view, it's more than one person will be diagnosed with that cancer for now. >> you see about 180,000 new cases a year, 26,000 deaths. it's parent when you see people come out with their personal story and come forward and tell viewers and people watching that they've experience. stephen colbert had fun with the vice presidential debate t. late show staff put together a focus group that live streamed the show said, people don't know about the vice presidential candidates. nobody knows less than these ten kids. no word yet on how the undecided kittens fared. they are up for adoption from the north shore animal leaping. t
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missing man.. 69 year old perry ya-ma-shi-ta was visiting family near west 104th and huron streets he wandered off. yamashita is from las vegas, has dementia, and is most likely confused. he's five foot nine and weighs about 160 pounds...last seen wearing a blue shirt and white sweater- with blue jeans and tennis shoes. anyone who spots him should call northglenn police. hello everyone, thanks for joinging us on this cool fall wednesday morning... gary, corey, cheryl

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