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complimented by that former kgb officer. >> i think when he calls me brilliant i'll take the compliment. >> there was no evidence my system was hacked. i communicated about classified material on a wholly separat system. >> praising putin and defending e-mails, the candidates put on the defensive during a highly focused event over who would be the next commander in chief. a russian fighter jet flies within ten feet of an aircraft. and lots of changes but should you wait for the iphone 8? and ryan lochte facing major suspension over that rio gas
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station incident. >> and a major mission for nasa takes place today. marlin monroe's dress could fetch millions. "early today" start right now. >> thanks so much for being with us this morning. >> if you're undecided about the elections coming up in november you got an insight into what the candidates were thinking last night. a lot of sparks. >> although not at the same time. >> it will make the debates interesting in september. this morning americans are looking at their next commander in chief with fresh perspective. donald trump bashes the top military brag while hillary clinton was dogged by questions on her e-mail server. trump used the occasion to unlevel harsh criticisms against the country's military leaders. >> i know more about isis than the generals do. believe me. is that the truth? >> well, the generals under
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president obama and hillary clinton have not been successful. >> do you know more about isis than they do? >> i think the generals have been reduced to rubble. they have been reduced to a point where it's embarrassing for our country. >> trump did little to fight back criticisms that he's unprepared to be the commander in chief. he remained tight lipped on any plans for -- that he may have for defeating isis. >> the main thing is i have great judgment. i have good judgment. i know what's going on. i was totally against the war in iraq from -- you can look at esquire magazine from o '4. you can look before that. >> you said i'm going to convene my top generals and they will have 30 days to submit a plan for soundly defeating isis. so is the plan you've been hiding this whole time asking someone else for their plan? >> no, but when i do come up
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with a plan that i like and that perhaps agrees with my or maybe doesn't -- i may love what the generals come back with. >> but you have your own plan? >> i have a plan. >> and the businessman also had this eyebrow raising moment when he lavished praise on russian president vat myrputin. >> you said it's always a great thing to be respected by a man so highly respected in his country. >> some of them are based right here. look -- >> do you want to be complimented by that former kgb officer? >> i think when he calls me brilliant i'll take the compliment. >> do you think he's going to change his mind on some of these key issues? >> it possible. >> and while they never appeared on stage together it served as a preview for their upcoming
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debate and secretary clinton trying to focus on her national credentials while pushing her view in the fight against isis. >> it is in our national security interest to defeat isis and i intend to make that happen. when you're sitting in the situation room as i have on numerous occasions, we have to defeat isis. that is my highest counterterrorism goal. they are not going to get ground troops. we are not putting ground troops into iraq ever again and we're not putting ground troops into syria. >> but a majority of clinton's time was spent fighting back questions on her private e-mail server. >> it was a mistake to have a personal account. i would certainly not do it again. there is no evidence my system was hacked. classified material has a header which says top secret, secret confidential. none of the e-mails sent or
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received by me had such a header. >> i communicated about classified material on a wholly separate system. >> and now this morning we have the very e-mails clinton exchanged with former secretary of state colin powell released by the democratic head oversight committee. he did in fact have a personal computer and private phone line for e-mails and did it to do quote, business with foreign leaders and some senior folks in the state department. he said he will have no comment on the release of the e-mail exchange. that all came after usa today reported on a memo saying a decision to not recommend criminal charges against clinton wasn't a close call writing quote, the case itself was not a cliff hanger. there really wasn't a prosecutable case. and clinton will hold a rally in
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carolina while trump heads to the ever important state of ohio as his running mate mike pence gives a speech at the ronald ray go -- reagan presidential library. a russian fighter jet came within ten feet of a navy plane wednesday in what is called an unsafe intercept. the navy did not have its transponders turned on and jets. >> reporter: -- it had its strans ponder turned on during the entire flight. the encounter lasted around 19 minutes. these actions have the potential to unnecessarily escalate tensions and could result in a miscalculation or accident.
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fallout over lochte's rio scandal this time from the governing body. a source with knowledge of the situation has told usa today that the 12-time olympic medallist will face a ten month suspension and a ban from next year's world championship meet. three other u.s. swimmers involved face suspension as well but it is not expected to be as long as lochte's. brazilian authorities revealed evidence that the swimmer lied about being robbed at gun point last month. there is no shortage of reaction to apple's unveiling of the new iphone 7. the biggest change the elimination of the head phone jack. some analysts are expecting the iphone 8 version to be packing major design changes just in time for the iphone's tenth anniversary raising the question, is it worth holding
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out? so here's the answer. >> it's the best iphone that we have ever created. >> reporter: apple eliminating one of its most iconic features on the iphone 7. the head phone jack, the white ear buds gone. the port is being replaced with an additional speaker, water bruf casing and a higher quality camera. it starts at 649 bucks. wireless ear buds will cost an additional $160. apple will include head phones that will plug in through the charging port. it's an attempt to fundamentally change consumer behavior. >> apple has removed things that i think initially gave consumers pause and i think apple has shown over time that the decisions they make are pretty good. >> apple needs the new phone to sell well. sales declined for the first
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time ever putting it at a disadvantage against samsung but sam rung recalled 2.5 million galaxy note phones because of fired linked to its battery giving apple a shot to make a bigger splash this time around. >> and just ahead, good news for drivers heading into fall, plus who wastes more time at work? >> certainly not me. you hear that, bosses? but first i want to take you to wisconsin where parts of the state are dealing with nasty flooding from heavy rains. emergency crews are wading through waist high waters. any relief for them today? >> for them, yes. but areas to the south the possibility of some flooding. thunderstorms plaguing this reason and this will last a good day or two. it's a stalled out front through the region. this is a total of two to three inches, some areas as much as four inches of rain.
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through central and southern portions of illinois over the next few days. here's a closer look at your day ahead. well, you can see behind the front there's cool fall-like air in the northern plains. that's enjoyable today around minneapolis and green bay. chance of thunderstorms in the ohio valley. also through buffalo, cleveland and into areas of upstate new york. and check this out. some people will stop at nothing for that souvenir. boom, there goes the shot into the upper deck and look at these guys scramble. oh, one, two, three, who's going to end up with the ball? gotcha. "early today" back in two. [ gears stopping ] when your pain reliever stops working, your whole day stops. try this. but just one aleve has the strength to stop pain for 12 hours.
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welcome back, everyone. federal investigators this morning are looking into a tragic scene in west georgia where two small planes collided in midair. the georgia airport where the planes attempted to land has no air traffic controllers.
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officials say it appeared that both planes tried to land at the same time. when one landed on top of the other. three people were killed including a flight instructor and her student. the fight against zika, it is an issue that millions of americans are asking what is taking congress so long? republican congressman david jolly made his point clear actually bringing a container of mosquitos along with him to the house floor. >> i brought these mosquitos here today to convey that fear and that anxiety of millions of americans and floridaians. >> that fair he says his colleagues would feel too if the mosquitos in the container were released. congress has failed to pass legislation providing $1.1 billion to fight the virus. meanwhile aerial spraying of insecoi insecticide will commence. and two exchanged some pleasant tris.
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president obama and president duterte are easing tensions. that's after duterte made a personal tirade against president obama leading to the cancellation of a meeting and an awkward moment that played out on the world stage. i can't imagine what was said there, tracie. >> reporter: we don't know and what we do know is they seemed to smooth things over a little bit by having at least some contact, these comments before dinner last night very brief, just a couple of minutes, not the deeper policy meeting that they were expected to have but the white house cancelled after that curse filled tirade from the philippines president. relations are still happening. the u.s. embassy delivered counterterrorism equipment to police in the philippines to try to help fight some of the very
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drug and other crime that led to this tirade that was the question that led to the tirade, the fact that they killed 2,500 people just since tend of june under duterte's rule. so we're awaiting a news conference from the president this morning to give us a little bit more information as they wrap up that summit. all right. anxious to see what they'll have to say. tracie, thank you. >> thanks for that. fast forwarding today. scheduled to launch from kennedy space center, to pick up some rock samples and return to earth. the trip is expected to take seven years and the cost of about $800 million. >> and remember that flag being hoisted after 9/11 and later memorialized on a postage stamp? it will go back on display. it will be unveiled at the memorial and museum. >> and happy birthday to
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tomorrow's a big day. it's where it all begins for everyone. all eyes are on denver so we couldn't be more excited to be here, to kick things off. >> reporter: and the nfl starts right where it left last season. a rematch between the broncos and panthers. >> finally we're ready for that rematch. >> the nbc team will bring you the action is ready to get the ball rolling as well. >> it's going to be unbelievable. this kickoff game is like the super bowl. i mean, the magnitude of it -- >> reporter: and for the fans -- >> go broncos! >> reporter: seven long months without the game is just about over. >> i'm ready. >> reporter: kickoff now just hours away. >> tonight's nfl kickoff between the broncos and the panthers all starts at 8:30 eastern right here on nbc. escape your nasal allergies...
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senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. right now on "nbc 10 news today" robbery and assault. police have a man in custody after a violent home invasion and the suspect may behind another crime. football openers, one team won't be playing because of a team illness. and making their case, candidates, donald trump and hillary clinton go one-on-one with nbc's matt lauer for the first time in a prime time forum. >> announcer: "nbc10 news" starts now. just about 4:30, this thursday morning. good morning, you're watching "nbc 10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> and i'm vai sikahema. hotter and more humidor today. >> i'm tracking fast-moving
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showers that have moved through cape may right now, and into southern delaware moving to the southeast at 40 miles an hour. they're not going to last much longer heading tout sea and then we're drying out. they missed atlantic city altogether. delaware, 71 degrees. 71 degrees in philadelphia. scattered clouds right now, we'll get sunshine. in fact, a lot of sunshine. look at the winds. they've shifted direction. that's going to pump humidity into the area as temperatures go even higher. 78 at 9:00. by this afternoon, we're looking at 95 degrees in philadelphia. and 90s for delaware, lehigh valley, new jersey and the suburbs. at the shore today, up to 88 degrees, mostly to partly sunny skies. i'll look at at this forecast hour by hour when i come back in a few minutes but first, jessica boyington has the traffic. >> that's right. out in new castle, delaware,
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there's a truck accident where an overturned truck actually carrying pennies, money, that will be hard to clean up. northbound, route 141. all atraffic is being diverted off of airport road which is exit 5-a. up can see big delays there. but of course, all of that traffic has to get off the exit. again, new castle, delaware, 95 northbound right around route 141. we're watching construction around 95, near the betsy ross bridge area. just a few moments ago, we had crews roll through the area now actually it looks like they're gone. all lanes are back open. we're also watching the vine street expressway. construction there and typically the schuylkill expressway clearing around 5:00 or so. now to decision 2016 and a look at the presidential candidates in depth. >> donald trump and hillary clinton were each grilled in prime time about why they're the ideal person to lead the na


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