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high cost oops. updated numbers show plummeting support for rick perry after his infamous debate moment. showdown in oregon. police in riot gear square off with protesters. brooms up, teams gather to compete in the fifth annual quid dish world cub. i'm veronica de la cruz, those stories and much more ahead. this is "first look" on msnbc.
we begin this morning with a numbers game. another debate over the week. just as new polls numbers revealed what a difference a week can make in a ris that's still very much up for grabs. nbc's brian mooar has details. >> reporter: at this weekend's gop presidential debate on cbs, rick perry made light of his unforgettable memory lapse. >> if you eliminate the department of energy -- >> glad you remembered it. >> i've had some time to think about it, sir. >> me, too. >> so have voters. after a week of wild developments, nbc news resurveyed some participants in this latest poll and found perry is freefalling while newt gingrich is on the rise. herman cain's sexual allegations haven't heard but certainly have not helped. mitt romney has seen a
five-point bump, but not a breakout. >> what you're seeing pretty consistently is that romney is having a lot of trouble getting much beyond a quarter of the republican vote. you still feel there's an opening for another republican candidate. >> that looefts a ray of hope for michele bachmann who is polling at 4%. >> the voters have not made up their minds. this is wide open. >> reporter: which may be true, but isn't good news for any of the republican candidates. brian mooar, nbc news washington. elsewhere, a tumultuous weekend for occupy protesters across the country. in oregon more than 50 were arrested as police forced demonstrators out of two parks citing health and safety. in colorado four people were arrested as authorities took down an illegal encampment in downtown denver. eviction notices are piling up
for occupiers in oakland as authorities attempt to clear an encampment in front of city hall. elsewhere this weekend penn state university and the surrounding community are leaning on each other and their faith in the wake of a disturbinging child abuse scandal. there's a hearing this week for two former administrators accused of covering up the alleged abuse. nbc's jay gray has the details. >> reporter: late they are week former penn state vice president gary shumts and agent lek tick director tim curley will be in court. >> this is an ongoing investigation. >> reporter: and a continuing struggle. >> yeah. it's a little somber. >> reporter: there was an uneasy tension at beaver stadium saturday about what's happened and what may be next. >> the things that are normal
are not there anymore. >> reporter: searching for some normal see on sunday -- >> this has been a week of shock and shame and dealing with something that we thought we would never deal with. >> reporter: many here turned to a higher power. >> there is coming a day when everything will be put right. when every wound will be healed, every tear will be wiped away. those of us who know him have placed our trust in him, placed our hope in him. we know that. >> reporter: though clearly the faith and hope in this community and on campus is being tested like never before. jay gray, nbc news, university park, pennsylvania. a quick programming notoriety here. today at noon eastern, msnbc will debut its nowest show, "now with alex wagner" to examine the forces driving today's top stories. don't miss it.
weekdays here at noon eastern on msnbc, the place for politics. here is your first look at some of the other news going on around america. high-speed wind gusts carved a path of wreckage through parts of southern ka ka over the weekend. the winds toppled trees, damaged cars, ripped the roof off some homes and downed power lines, leaving some neighborhoods in the dark. officials say wind speeds may have hit over 100 miles per hour in some areas. a breeze zen thief recently turned abraham lincoln's burial site into a crime scene. the theft went unnoticed until last week which leads authorities to believe it occurred between september and early november. officials say a sword was nabbed from the same statue over 100 years ago. finally over 2,000 athletes arrived in new york city with brooms in hand for the 2011 quid
ditch world cup, inspired by the harry potter series, in the final, middle bury college caught the snitch for a win over the university of florida in its fifth consecutive quid ditch world cup. now for a look at the national weather, we turn to nbc meteorologist bill karins. >> i never heard of it. but i met someone who was in new york city this weekend to watch that. >> you're kidding me? >> no. they knew their boyfriend was riding around on a broomstick. >> so how do you play it? >> i have no idea. i probably will never find out. it was very amusing to watch on video. good morning. hope you had a wonderful weekend. just about everywhere in the country, still very mild. you know the cold air will come sooner than later. yesterday was in the 80s in texas, 70s in the southeast. chicago even hit 70. very windy this weekend in the middle of the country. if you're up around 60s or 70s
it's a warm wind. 63 in boston. temperatures well above average. that will come to an end z clouds roll in with the rain. there's a lot of clouds out there. in general there's this front that's hung up through the ohio valley. that's got just enough moisture. that's the focus of some rain. that will slide today into new england and all of this mess will slide down through the southeast. no snow, no ice. it's just plain old rain. it v it won't be severe many in producing tornadoes. the worst of it right now just along interstate 70, pretty good thunderstorms coming out of the springfield area approaching the state border of indiana and illinois. indianapolis, you've had wet weather, that's going to continue over into ohio. much of the state of central ohio will see on and off wet weather. so far as the forecast rainfall totals go, the highest totals will be later tonight. showers and storms just outside of the dallas-ft. worth area
into around little rock. the whole mess will slowly shift to the east coast as we go into tuesday. a look at your forecast for to day, wet weather in the deep south, eventually thunderstorms later today. we'll see all the rain heading into boston, hartford, even new york city later today has a chance of showers. philly and d.c., you're dry today. your wet weather will be after dark, still warm in florida by the way. temperatures in the low to mid 80s. here is your forecast for tomorrow. it shows it clearing out in the middle of the country and the wet weather heading to the east. i think the biggest weather headline out there is the fact it's warm. much of the country is enjoying november warmth. boeing scores a big one and why jay z is in the occupy doghouse. business headlines are straight ahead. coming up, a remarkable feat by tim tebow.
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welcome back to "first look." i'm veronica de la cruz. president obama is using unusually tough language with china saying enough is enough at the ap peck summit in hawaii. the president said china which presents itself as a developing country is now grown up and should act that way in global economic affairs. syria has called for an emergency arab summit, an apparent effort to avoid sanctions agreed upon for the violent eight-month crackdown on protesters. a russian soyuz spacecraft carrying an american and two americans took off from kazakhstan this morning. the launch was delayed two months due to the crash of an
unmanned cargo ship in august. a rare 1903 program from the first modern world series has sold at auction for a staggering $241,500. the auction joss only one other copy exists in the baseball hall of fame. thousands of people filled the streets of london for a memorial service first observed after world war i. at the center of it all, katherine, the dutch chess of cambridge, another lady taking an important step in her new life as the member of the royal family. nbc's keir simmons has detailed. >> reporter: it's easy to forget that kate middleton joined the royal family just six months ago. she has taken to the role with such confidence, appearing at the biggest gathering of the royals since the wedding last april. >> as far as i can understand, doing very, very well. >> i couldn't wish for me. i think she's fantastic. >> i think the modern family needs modernizing and she's the
one to do it. >> reporter: modern perhaps but must fit in with tradition, looking on as prince william lays a wreath for those killed in wars. >> this is an important day for kate, the first time she's been on active duty alongside the queen and the senior members of the royal family since the royal wedding. >> reporter: every aspect of kate's appearances are scrutinized, this week wearing a dress by a designer favored by angelina jolie. so far those looking for signs of a baby bump will be disappoint sgld they'll be very busy representing the queen in the first half of 2012. >> reporter: as well as the jubilee marking the 60th year of the queen's reign, next summer britain hosts the olympics. it's reported the royal family will allow rooms to be held by the public, the first time in 500 years, though they will cost up to $50,000 a day, another
sign that perhaps with kate they're moving with the times. just to explain, what you saw kate wearing was to pay tribute to people who fought in wars. some of the money goes to the families of service families and to people injured in wars. so this was a fashion statement and it was very important kate wore it today. keir simmons, nbc news, london. now here is your first look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow opens at 12,153 after losing 259 points on friday. the s&p climbed 24, the nasdaq jumped 53. taking a look at overseas trading, the nikkei gang 89 points, in hong kong the hang seng rose 371. italians danced in the weeks over prime minister silvio berlusconi leaving office.
italy is not out of the woods yet, respected economist mario monte will try to form a new government that can prevent financial ruin. he must demonstrate a parliamentary vote of confidence. more reasons for optimism, after big gains the s&p ended up almost 1% after tumbling almost 4% last wednesday. also friday data showed november's consumer confidence rose to a five-month high. this week analysts expect continued improvement in october's retail sales figures released tuesday. some big retailers are set to report this week, the last of earnings season, walmart, a key indicator of consumer spending reports as does youth retailer abercrombie and fitch. sunday dubai's emirates airline place add huge order for 50 boeing 777s for $18 billion, the biggest order ever.
ags ags stocks rose. the euro fears easing somewhat, another potential wall street hand-ringer is rising on the horizon. with a november 23rd deadline looming, the bipartisan congressional committee negotiating the debt ceiling will come into more urgent focus. finally, jay z has retreated after catching heated from all sides for unveiling t-shirts sympathizing with occupy wall street but sharing no profits with protesters, jay z quickly dropped them. the pats bounce back, the 49ers strike gold and a bad play in over time sinks the falcons. we'll explain why a buffalo bill raced across the entire field to give a cowboy cheerleader his touchdown ball. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. nopalea has been a miracle for me.
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welcome back to "first look" i'm veronica de la cruz. in sports the new york jets were flying high, the new england patriots were on a losing streak. they went out to prove that anything can and dowels happen. here is nbc's fred roggin. good morning. the patriots proved once again they own the joets. tom brady and company had a field day in new york. threw three touchdown passes, a pair to ran cow ski, new england up 13-9 at the half. picked mark sanchez twice, this one sealed it. the pats roll 37-16. who would have thought the 49ers
would be this good. san francisco scored 15 points in less than a minute the third quarter. man thing's pass was batted down. falcons lost in over time. point the finger at coach mike shith. they decided to go for it in fourth and inches an michael turner was stuffed. new orleans kicked the ball, kicked the game-winning field goal. in all honesty, the falcons lost this one. if you give devon hester an inch, he'll take a mile. there he goes, 82 yards to the house. the bears beat the lions 37-13. detroit dropped 3 of 4. tim tebow did it again. won another game with smoke and mirrors, completed just two passes but made them count. eric decker here for the score. denver ran 55 times and walked away with a 17-10 victory over the chiefs. nascar kasey kahne took the checkered flag in phoenix. stewart trails edwards by three
points in the chase for the cub. finally to dallas where love was in the air. the bills' david nelson caught a touchdown in the second quarter. instead of celebrating with his team, he sprinted down the sideline. where is he going? zoned in on a cowboy cheerleader and gave her the ball. actually that's his girlfriend. they grew up together. no love loss for the cowboys. they won big 44-7. that's your first look at sports. i'm fred roggin. now for another quick look at the weather here is bill karins with a weather channel forecast. this is all i have to say to that. >> makes your heart warm and fuzzy. but if you're a cowboy fan, you don't know what to think. >> she had a smiled in her face. >> yes, she did. good ribbing. we're watching warm temperatures in the northeast. unfortunately we'll see more clouds and a little rain coming our way. it was a nice weekend, so you really can't plain too much. pittsburgh already showers
popping up in central pennsylvania. the white is the clouds. we may start off with a nice sunrise and a clear morning in many areas. but eventually the clouds will win out. the forecast today, many areas starting out dry. you should have the umbrella from philadelphia northwards. i think the new york city area in philadelphia, you'll have to wait later in the day for the rain to evolve. northern new england, central new england, you'll move in as we go throughout the morning hours. d.c. forecast, looks okay, chance of showers and maybe a thunderstorm tomorrow. then it looks like we'll clear it out, but much cooler as we go toward the end of the week. that's the general forecast for much of the east coast. next weekend looks clear as can be again. looks like wet weather in the middle of the week and we clear it out for another nice weekend. as far as today's forecast goes, we have rain out there in the ohio valley. the southeast is also looking pretty good. no problems on the west coast either. you think you can keep the weather in the 60s, bill, throughout winter for me? >> no. >> oh, well, worth trying.
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chick flicks. adam sandler's "jack and jill" opened up with $26 million edging out "puss and boots." "j. edgar" played in far fewer theet but managed fifth with $11.5 million. both kim kardashian and kris humphries are lawyering up after claims made that their wedding was indeed totally fabricated for tv. finally this weekend justin timberlake made good on his promise to attend the marine corps ball. >> that's why everyone loves justin timberlake. most celebrities may say something, but don't come through. he delivers. >> we've been asking people to tweet this morning about the kardashian wedding and lots of people saying it was a sham. better yet, they're saying, please ignore them. no more. >> as you're talking about them
and tweeting about them, ignore them. i'm veronica de la cruz. stay tuned because "way too early" with willie geist starts right now. with the deficit reduction super committee down to nine days back in washington, president obama spends the weekend in his home state of hawaii oefting asian leaders and calling china to the carpet. the question is how do the chinese respond to the president's strong suggestion that they stop manipulating their currency. meanwhile, penn state went ahead with their football game on saturday, even as word comes this morning that civil lawsuits are being prepared against the university by alleged victims of former assistant coach jerry sandus sandusky. the question is who all at the school will be named when this investigation is said and done. tom brady carves up the jets defense in a big sunday night rivalry game.