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becau ♪ hurricane matthew unleashing winds up to 145 miles per hour. packing torrential rainfall and unleashing devastating flooding. late breaking details just ahead. and more details about donald trump's complex taxes as he mocks hillary clinton's past pneumonia. >> and she can't make it 15 feet to her car. give me a break. give me a break. >> breaking overnight. reports that kim kardashian was robbed at gunpoint right inside her paris hotel room. plus "saturday night live" with a ratings smash as the new season kicks off with a bang. "early today" starts right now.
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good monday morning. >> millions are bracing for the most powerful atlantic hurricane in nearly a decade. hurricane matthew a violent storm is barrelling towards jamaica, haiti and cuba. the eye of the storm has yet to make land fall but jamaica already taking the punch with torrential down pours and devastating floods. up to 40 inches of rain are expected in two parts. two people have been killed. airlines are taking heed. many canceling flights in and out of the island. the u.s. taking action by air lifting hundreds from the u.s. station at guantanamo. nbc meteorologist, bill karins is tracking the hurricane for us. the biggest concern is the
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water. the fresh water flooding and the surge. it's down to 130 miles per hour winds. and it's going to thread the needle in between jamaica and haiti and make land fall tomorrow morning in areas of eastern cuba. at this point there's lot of uncertainty as far as the southeast coast goes. here's the latest from our european computer models. the european model has a dangerously close to northern quota and when we get the new update, i expect them to have this storm even closer to the u.s. southeast coastline. there is breaking news involving kim kardashian. nbc news confirming the tv reality star was held up at gunpoint in her hotel room in paris. >> reporter: frances, good morning. talk about a rough night for kim
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kardashian. according to her spokesman, two gunman entered the hotelroom where they were staying. they were dressed as police officers. local media is reporting that the men took millions of dollars worth of jewelry as well as two cell phones. she herself was lauocked in a bathroom while they carried out this robbery. her husband, kanye west told concert goers there had been a family emergency. ♪ a woman so heartless i'm sorry. family emergency. i have to stop the show. >> the kardashian spokesman said that kim was understandably badly shaken but physically unharmed. police are investigating the incident.
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guys. thank you, lucy. well, the latest trump co cont controversy continues as tax experts get a look at the leaked 1995 tax returns as released by the new york times. he could legally avoid federal income taxes for 18 years. >> reporter: a peek inside the secret finances of the republican nominee. three pages of a 1995 tax return showing trump declared a $915 million loss. a deduction so large it could have allowed him to avoid federal income tax for 18 years. this was his accountant, responsible for auditing casinos and hotels. >> i think it's a big deal because no one has seen the tax returns. so all the sudden they're getting the snippet of the net operating loss. but if you're familiar with
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that, it's not a big deal. >> reporter: the partial filing mailed to the new york times shining a light on a still unanswered question. >> do you pay federal income tax now? >> reporter: trump refusing to say yes or no then and not denying the content or conclusion of the new york bomb shell now. instead tweeting i know our complex tax laws better than anyone and i'm the only one kwhoo can fix it. >> there's no one who has shown more genius. >> reporter: while team clinton labels him an opportunist and a bad businessman. >> and they showed he didn't pay any federal income tax. >> that makes me smart. >> now daring him for proof, saying "why doesn't he go ahead and release his returns and show
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us how smart he really is." >> i fight like hell to pay as little as possible. can i say that? often tweet shaming those he says don't pay enough from hedge funders to regular americans. now those regular americans are gearing up to decide if he will work as hard hard to lower their taxes as he has his own. the trump campaign. n. >> reporter: meanwhile, trump's new luxury hotel was vandalized by someone who put "black lives matter" grufeeto on the side pm while at a campaign stop in pennsylvania.
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trump mocked clinton for having pneumonia and stumbling during a memorial service. >> here's a woman. she's supposed to fighting all of these different things and she can't make it 15 feet to erhad car. give me a blake it give me a graek give break. meanwhile, hillary clinton was in battleground, north carolina. she addressed racial unrest. >> i'm a grandmother. and like every grandmother i worry about the safety and security of my grandchildren. but my worries are not the same as black grandmothers. who have different and deeper fears about the world that their grandchildren face. in america everyone should be respected by the law and have
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respect for the law. >> and clinton has received arguably her biggest endorsement yet in the swing state . lebron james saying she is a champion for children. and saying there needs to be a unifier and clinton quote is running on the message of hope and unity that we need. with 36 days until the election, the latest real clear poll shows clinton with a slight 2 a1/2 percentage over trump. i mean. this man is clearly unfit to be commanderer and chief. he is a bully. >> shut up. >> he started the birther movement. >> you did. >> he says climate change is a
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hoax presented by china. he hasn't released his tax returns which means he's not that rich. >> wrong. >> not that charitable. >> wrong. >> or has never paid taxes in his life. >> warmer. >> and vice president joe biden will be in another battleground state out of florida. and leading up to tomorrow's vice presidential debate, mike pence. and columbians rejected a peace deal aimed at ending a war that saw the deaths of 220 thousand style lives. those voting against the deal clamp claim it was too lenient. they seek to renegotiate.
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and while the country's president hassets there is no plan be, today determine the bost path towardspede, for the first time the u.s. team has taken back the ryder cup. the americans were able to hold on for a win as ryan moore. and president obama tweeting what a win by the u.s.a. proud to see our guys bring the proefy back home. arny is smiling down. and stunning revelations about theda data recorders. bill. >> the lower 48, we have to have a relatively quiet day. and still with the high elbragzs through the rockies.
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this morning we're learning about a timeline for britain's exit from the european union. prime minister may says it will happen by summer of 2019. now the prime minister is making
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limits on immigration policy a britain priority, britain vote is to leave the eu back in june. deutsche bank is weighing heavily on investors. good monday morning to you. >> reporter: and good monday morning to you as well. hard to believe it's already the final quarter of the year but investors will have to hang tight over christmas because starteding this is week, particularly the jobbed weportedment and wondering when or not it will wie into the federal reserves and the cla could be on the table. so, wash that jobs resport on sfroo and they'll continue to watch oil prices. and keep an eye on deutsche bank. that did impact banks throughout last week.
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right now on "nbc 10 news today," fogged in. visibility is low across the area which means you'll want to take it slowly when you hit the roads. back on track. happening today, septa's regional rail system returns to a regular xejs after defective train cars force the transit system to offer limited service. the sound of music. the philadelphia's orchestra two-day strike is over.ç they'll vote on a new three-year contract tomorrow. nbc 10 news starts now. just about 4:30. good monday morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." visibility is low out there. i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm vai sikahema. let's get right to meteorologist crystal klei. when the fog clears it will be a nice day? >> we're starting out foggy,
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rain we are tracking as well. then we're finally able to say this, looks like more sunshine later on. here's the look we're currently dealing with, clouds hanging over delaware, as well as new jersey and pennsylvania. the green you see are showers moving through, light rain, just getting near philadelphia this morning. and some pockets of a little heavier rain moving over the delaware bay right now. that will continue to move along to the east as we move through your morning, this will be spotty at best. as for visibility, the areas of fog dropping it down here. reading, three-quarter mile, now down to half a mile for visibility. coatesville, very limited. when you see the zero, that's when you see the dense fog in place. allentown, a quarter mile. a half mile at mt. holly and even along shore points we are looking at low visibility, half a mile at millville, three-quarter mile for atlantic city. visibility is down this morning.
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that fog should start to break apart but not until the later part of your morning. we'll talk more about the foggy conditions as well as those conditions moving through the rest of your monday. coming up for now, though, let's take a check of traffic. thank you, crystal. good morning, everyone. as crystal mention, low visibility throughout the delaware valley. let's take a look at the vine street expressway. cameras around broad street. eastbound traffic starting to move towards the city. not a lot of cars out there this morning. it's still rather early. the schuylkill expressway, so far, everything looksç pretty good, in the green, from the blue route to the vine, we'll be seeing a travel time of 13 minutes. yes, fog is out there, folks. let's take a look at this camera over in mt. laurel, new jersey. this is 295 at 3. look at your side off to the right, the top shoulder. you see the streetlights but there's a halo around the


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