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"way too early." you just saw the final call from the ncaa championship game. 68-63 to earn duke's fifth national crown. all five titles under head coach, the mike krzyzewski. we have full game highlights coming up. duke haters tough morning for us. turning to the race for white house, another candidate prepares to enter the field. rand paul is expected to pick kick off his campaign in louisville. he's already leaving hints on social media. the nail onme on his twitter page reads dr. rand paul and his twitter page has been changed to at rand paul. if any polling is any indication a new poll has him in 7th place among contenders.
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behind ben carson and donald trump. that's right. donald trump. with an announcement, he can expect the attacks to heat up. a group called the foundation for a secure and prosperous america, a bunch of anonymous donors is running an ad campaign. here's a look at the first spot. >> rand paul support's obama's negotiations with iran and he doesn't understand the threat. >> it's ridiculous to think they're a threat to our national security. >> rand paul is wrong and dangerous. tell him to stop siding with obama because even one iranian bomb would be a disaster. >> expected to share the stage with rand paul is former oklahoma congressman jc watts who had this to stay last night. >> he's talked about things in the last four years that most
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conservatives would be afraid to have getting voted off the island if they were talking about those types of things. we're so focussed on the 30,000 foot level on so many of these issues that we don't get down to the 300 foot level and have a conversation and deeper relationships and i honestly think that he wants to do that. >> now to a slightly embarrassing story regarding another likely contender. "the new york times" reports that jeb bush identified himself as hispanic on a 2009 voter registration form. jeb bush jr. took to twitter where he wrote lol. come on dad. think you checked the wrong box with the hash tag hon nar latino. jeb bush senior responded by tweeting my mistake. don't think i fooled anyone. all right. president obama is pushing ahead with efforts to win over critics
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of the nuclear agreement with iran but he is now facing opposition from one of the most powerful democrats in the senate. the president defends the deal in an interview and also criticizes israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu who says any deal must force iran to recognize the state of israel. >> the notion that we would iran not getting nuclear weapons in a verifiable deal on iran recognizing israel is really akin to saying that we won't sign a deal unless the nape of the iranian regime completely transforms, and that is i think a fundamental misjudgment. i want to return to this point. we want iran not to have nuclear weapons precisely because we can't bank on the nature of the regime changing. that's exactly why we don't want to have nuclear weapons.
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if suddenly iran transformed itself into germany or sweden or france there would be a different set of conversations about their nuclear infrastructure. >> but the man slated to replace senator harry reid as minority leader is going against the white house. chuck schumer says he supports legislation which would require that congress approve any nuclear deal with iran and these are a list of changes israel is now seeking in any nuclear agreement. they include a complete stop to nuclear research and development and the closure of an underground facility as an enrichment site. a nuclear fizzist insists the proposed deal could prevent iran from attaining a nuclear weapon. >> this is not an agreement for ten years or 15 years or 20 years. it is a long term agreement with
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a set of fazes. >> this is not built upon trust. >> this is built upon hard nosed requirements in terms of limitations on what they do at various time scales and on the access and transparency. >> let's go to the university of virginia where a fraternity is preparing legal action against rolling stone after the magazine retracted an article about an alleged gang rain. a story which prompted a blistering critique from the columbia journalism school. we are on campus with the details. >> reporter: good morning. this story rocked this campus and sparked a national conversation about sexual assault. this morning uva's campus is hoping to move forward. the fraternity at the center of the rolling stone article is planning to pursue legal action saying it accused them of crimes its members did not commit.
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>> this report is very much intended as a piece of journalism act a failure of journalism. >> reporter: the columbia university journalism school discussed its scathing review of the article blaming not just is reporter but the top editors. >> this failure was not the subjects or the source's fault as a merit of journalism. in a message from the editor they. >> reporter: everyone involved will keep their jobs. in the piece published last fall a woman identified only as jackie claimed to have been sexually assaulted by seven men at the fraternity house. >> if this reporter had contacted you, could all this have been avoided. >> yeah. >> rolling stone did not fact check the stories with friends including these two mentioned in the article. >> i was wondering why there was
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a quote attributed to me i'd never given. >> reporter: they also failed to give the fraternity a chance to defend themselves. >> at this time it's clear if anything did happen it's different from the article. >> there is no substantive basis to conclude what is described in the article happened that night. >> nbc news spoke with a reporter when the story was published. >> it's been difficult for her to go forward. >> reporter: now she's apologizing. i allowed my concern for jackie's well being and my confidence in her credibility to take the place of more questioning and more facts. some are worried this failure could have a chilling effect. >> i have concerns that survivors might not come forward. >> reporter: others see this as a bad case of journalism. >> i think other people who have stories they can tell carefully and in a way that reporters can
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confirm should be assured that the profession will hopefully learn the lesson here and to do well by them. >> reporter: calling the rolling stone article irresponsible, the president of the college said it did nothing to combat sexual violence. an attorney for jackie has declined to comment. >> thanks so much. let's turn to business. wall street brushed off a discouraging march jobs report with gains across the board monday but will the rally be short-lived. the price of oil is urging after the framework of the iran nuclear deal was put in place last week. we are live from london. what impact could this have on u.s. markets and markets around the world? >> good to speak to you. this is about the market liking the bad data. this is a strange situation but it's all too common. it means we might not have the
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first rate hike in june. that's what the market was sieging a relief over. it was pleased on the oil price. it has fallen aggressively on the back of an iran nuclear deal. bad news is good. the dollar is falling as well. oil under pressure in the current pressure. a lot of oversupply concerns. saudi putting prices up. that has been seen as a slight positive. apple under pressure. apple pay, a lot of the users having a few issues at the moment. now they could well have a new rival. it's microsoft according to a consultant, they've applied for state money transfer licenses idaho is the first state to issue a license. that means that apple will have a lot more rivals. they've already got google wallet. intense competition. >> an interesting story, star
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bucks is now offering a college education to all its employees. what can you tell us about that? that seems pretty wild. >> this is really good news. we talked about the jobs report from last week. it was only 120,000 on jobs created. companies are finding it tighter to hold and keep good employees. we've seen pay rises. now star bucks looks like it's going to pay full tuition for workers to get a degree from arizona state online. this is trying to attract the best workers. so far 2,000 employees have enrolled in the program. they want to rev this up by opening it up. they want to get 25,000 college graduates by 2025. probably tough on their margins. >> let's hope it's a trend that education comes in handy. thank you so much. appreciate it. still ahead a great night for
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duke but even a better year for coach k. i said that. 1,000 career wins. 12 final fours and now his fifth national title. we'll have full highlights. plus the front page of washington post says it's all -- baseball is back. we'll tell you if the nationals were able to keep a smile on this kid's face. also jon stewart sticks you have for his daily see successor. those stories and a check on weather when "way too early" comes right back. within three minutes the light the flight is at the edge of the strat us fear. it was flawless. the cameras said it all. it was spectacular. in engineering, science, technology, arts, and math. but to develop the skills of tomorrow, we need to get our kids excited about those skills today. so show them how they could
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even with the scaffolding the capitol looks beautiful. jon stewart spoke out since trevor noah came under criticism for past tweets about women and j jews. >> we have hired trevor noah. i'm excited about it. ly say, i know there was a large issue on twitter. but i can say this i think, without hesitation. trevor noah will earn our trust and respect or not. just as i earned your trust and respect -- or did not. or sometimes i earned it and len
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jones sinks a three-pointer. okafor back in after sending time on the bench in foul trouble. two huge plays in a row to help keep duke on top. the blue devils hang onto win. jones earning the honor for most outstanding player and coach k. gets his fifth national title at duke. here he is at the game. >> most of all, i want to thank my team. they showed such grit tonight. our bench was spectacular, and like we said about two months ago, eight is enough. eight is enough. >> coach k. referring to just the eight scholarship players on duke's roster. eight was certainly enough.
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coach k. in john wooden territory. yesterday was opening day for baseball teams. the yang keys not a bad outing for a-rod. toronto started to get ahold of fast balls. a two run homer out left. toronto wins it 6-1. another new york club the mets visiting washington nationals in the capital. i was there. first opening day start in the majors takes a no hitter into the sixth inning. ian dez monday helps give the mets a two-run lead. they hang on for the victory. the nationals did not look better than last year. it was a slug fest for the red
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sox visiting philadelphia. the red sox have an early lead. second homer of the day makes it 3-0. ramirez joins the fun. in the ninth inning he gets up to the plate with the bases loaded. ramirez drives it to left field deep and far and that ball is going to be gone off the foul pole. grand slam for ramirez. >> the barnicle and scarborough houses were rocking on that this one. ramirez slams a grand slam. red sox win it 8-0. looking good. let's get a check on your weather with nbc meteorologist bill karins. it's raining. it's raining in d.c. >> it is. >> that is the sorrow of the country over duke's national title victory just tears coming from the sky.
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>> usually i'm a duke hater, but i couldn't -- it's like a likable team for duke. >> for duke. for duke. >> i'll give you that. >> nice guys. let's talk about the severe weather threat over the next couple of days. a lot of rain across the country. a lot of it associated with a storm moving through california with beneficial rain. the problem spots are going to be developing through wednesday evening. this area in here we're talking from eastern oklahoma, missouri and areas of northern arkansas. a lot of rain through ohio valley. there's going to be a lot of messy weather on the east with a lot of wet weather. by the time we get to thursdays, this is the peak of our severe weather outbreak especially anywhere between st. louis and chicago. that's the best threat of tornadoes. maybe a few strong tornadoes and all of this mess heads to the
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east coast for a messy friday. a lot of great weather for the opening day yesterday. a lot of rain in the forecast for the eastern half of the country over the next week. you were smart going to the game yesterday. >> spring break travelers be ware as well. >> augusta too. >> that'll be interesting to see what happens to those greens. >> thanks a lot. still ahead, wait until you see how prince harry responds to a girl who asks him to do to unthinkable. he is not a fan of selfies.
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now let's get a check on the morning's other headlines with lewis berg dor of. >> go sports hosts a staff company celebrating opening day on monday by tweeting touch down with cakes looking like baseballs. it turns out it was intentional. they told it's fun and aimed at young audiences who are in on the running joke which of course is the goal. the company kept the gag going when sports illustrated hostess
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might have its games mixed up. they say they're just excited sports ball sorted again today. and now to the white house. the annual easter regular roll event things got wild. >> can you see it? [ screaming ] . >> it's a bee. it's okay guys. bees are good. they won't land on you. [ they're scary ] >> they won't sting you. it's okay. wait. [ screaming ] >> hold on. hold on. you guys are wild things. you're not supposed to be scared of bees. >> after the scare and calming words from the president, he was able to continue and finish reading. finally prince harry, the 30-year-old british royal was
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greeting a crowd when one young woman asked for a selfie. here's what he said. >> seriously, you need to get on my new young selfies are bad. >> i guess the press is just not a fan of the selfie. luke, back to you. >> we are, though. we'll keep it going. that's going to do it for me on this tuesday edition of "way too early." mika is here with a preview of what's coming up on "morning joe." >> a lot to get to this morning as the white house ramps up efforts to sell a nuclear agreement. we'll have this first lead agreement. senator rand paul is just hours away from being a presidential candidate. he's playing up his credentials ahead of today's announce changing the twitter handle to doctor. cay is hunt is live with the
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♪ if suddenly iran transformed itself into germany or sweden or france there would be a different set of conversations. >> and differences are emerges over what the u.s. and iran consider part of that deal. >> it's not a fixed year agreement, it's a forever agreement. >> this is called a framework


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