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torture, sanctuary cities. he signs executive orders at a dizzying pace. >> generations of fans remember the trail blazing mary tyler moore. >> the dow is at 20,000. is it a trump rally or something else? >> the future is now from vending machines for new cars to the space suits. technology is in overdrive. early today starts now. good thursday morning. >> what a busy day yesterday with executive orders.
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moving at break neck pace and taking office seeking to fulfill campaign promises that include building the wall and cracking down on sanctuary cities. that sent thousands into the streets and many of those including philadelphia and new york responding with protests overnight as their marriage stood in opposition to mr. trump. more executive orders are expected today. heal jackson is helping us keep track of it all. >> his slogan is one of his supporters's favorite phrases. >> build that wall. build that wall. build that wall. >> set to start. >> immediate construction of a border wall. >> the president signing executive orders to direct money to start construction of the border wall with mexico. >> the wall. everyone loves it. >> making good not just on that, but his pledge to crack down on
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sanctuary cities that don't prosecute immigrants. on beefing up immigration enforcement and hiring 15,000 more agents and after campaigning with people whose loved ones were killed by undocumented immigrants, establishing a new office to advocate for the victims. the wall is the most notable and most expensive. a government report said fencing can cost $8.3 million per mile. democrats estimating the cost to build and secure the wall at $14 billion. >> who are is going to pay for the wall? >> mexico! >> the president acknowledging that taxpayers have to foot the bill first and wait for reimbursement putting pressure on mexico by penalizing money sent back home from immigrants here. president trump not backing off that plan or his controversial comments during the campaign
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about torture. >> as far as i'm concerned we have to fight fire with fire. >> reiterating where he stands with waterboarding and an interview with abc news. >> i top the do everything within the bounds of what you are allowed to work. absolutely i feel it works. >> the president is promising to listen to his top defense official who is have disavowed torture techniques. >> they said there is no way his country will pay for the wall and mixed reports scheduled meeting with mr. trump could be in jeopardy. here's what the president had to say about the nearly two million dreamers. >> they shouldn't be worried. i have a big heart. we will take care of everybody. they should be far less worried. we will be coming out on policy on that over the next four
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weeks. >> president trump expanded on his controversial stance. >> you are old enough to have seen a time that was different. you never saw heads chopped off until a few years ago. now they put them on camera and send them all over the world. we have that and we are not allowed to do anything. we are not playing on an even field. >> new reaction from teresa may a day ready of her visit to the white house. >> president trump repeatedly said he will bring back torture as an instrumental policy. when she sees him on friday, will the prime minister make clear that she will not permit britain into being dragged into facilitating that torture. >> we have a very clear position on torture and that will continue to be our position.
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>> gotti schwartz spoke to the people of the impact that the wall and immigration and policies will have on their lives. >> he said that he won't be able to get in to see his family members. >> what have you heard about the wall? >> you heard that you guys are going to pay for the wall? what do you think of that? he said that that would be very bad for them. >> approximate are it's really hard. we will never see them again. >> it's ridiculous. it separates the family and it's a waste of money. >> nobody likes trump. everybody hates him. >> now to one of television's
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most beloved icons who died. mary tyler moore burst on to the scene in the 1960s and played a tv woman in the mary tyler moore show will be missed. the generations of fans reflect on the impact of the amazing career both on screen and off. lester holt takes a look at her charming legacy. ♪ who can turn the world on with a smile ♪ >> mary tyler moore's smile lit of two of television's most enduring and beloved sitcoms of the 60s and 70s. as a flustered stay at home wife and mother. >> thank you. >> and later, up ending tv gender stereotypes as a career woman in the mary tyler moore show. >> you've got spunk. >> well -- >> i hate spunk! >> born in brooklyn in 1936, moore landed her first job out
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of high school. appearing in appliance commercials. at 17 she married richard meeker and lost her job when she became pregnant at 18 with her only son, richie. >> i'm just get up. >> she returned as a guest star on various series until joining the cast of private detective in 1957. >> herring big break came in 1961 when she was dick van dyke's tv wife. the show creator carl reiner recalling her audition for the role. >> she read the first line and i heart a ping in her voice that absolutely tickled me. >> in 1970, she reappeared as mary richards producinged by her own company, mtm.
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her character broke the mold. she was single, over 30, employed and spent the night with a man. >> why you are you here? >> i haven't seen you in a month or so. you departmeidn't think the onln i was here -- >> she had coworkers and friends. ♪ it's a long way to tiperary. >> i will never be able to repair her for the blessings she gave me. mary tyler moore struggled at times had her private life. there was alcoholism. >> about the early 70s that i began to drink to the point where i thought about it as a solution. >> it's the funny moments we remember most. spurchgy, ambitious and
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hopefully optimistic mary. >> we want to switch gears to wall street where the record books are being rewritten. the dow jones average crossed the 20,000 mark with a vengeance and s&p as well. all closed no record territory. the dow is up 9%, leading the charge manufacturing and banking stocks. goldman sack alone is up 30%. corporate earnings and improving global economy is also out. more from cnbc is up. >> breaking news overnight. a massive inferno and a large blaze ripped through an apartment complex, sending fire crews racing to the scene as the building collapses in on itself. two firefighters were injured. thankfully the injuries are
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nonlife-threatening and residents have been evacuated as a precaution. what a scene. >> incredible. >> bill is here with the weather update. >> it's quiet out there and we will see the lake effect snow if you are heading out early. the colder air returning to the east and that will kickoff an extended period of 1234snow. we will see areas of lake effect snow, but the heavy snow will remain into the weekend. the totals could be measured in feet and isolated. erie and buffalo will get a coating over the next 24 hours up to three inches. that's a look at the big weather story. here's a closer look at the day ahead. the forecast will have warm conditions for one more day up the east coast. 51 with a sprinkle or two. mild in florida and the cooler air in oklahoma city.
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the upper 40s. as we head into the weekend forecast, it will be nice and quiet and a lot of people will enjoy their late january forecast. >> everyone certainly deserve it. >> find out what jesse jackson agrees with donald trump about. >> can you buy your next car from a vending machine. we will tell you about it next. . heads up! you know what, don't worry about it. my bargain detergent couldn't keep up. it was mostly water. so, i switched to tide pods. they're super concentrated, so i get a better clean. i mean, i give away water for free. i'm not about to pay for it in my detergent. tide. number one rated. it's got to be tide listerine® total care strengthens teeth, after brushing, helps prevent cavities and restores tooth enamel.
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president trump heads to philadelphia to join congressional republicans for the retreat. >> tiger woods getting back into the swing of things and joining the pga tour for the first time since 2015. >> and the williams sisters are
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>> i tuned in every week to see her. turn the world on with her smile. ♪ you're going make it after all ♪ ♪ you can turn the world on with a smile ♪ >> you have no idea what you meant to me. >> i think i do. >> oprah's reaction! >> exactly. we can't believe mary tyler moore touched my face. will love her forever. are i've got your number ♪ and babe you know you've got ♪ ♪ high hopes >> he said we know we changed each other's lives for the
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and that sinking feeling when you're taking on a sinkhole that continues to cause problems in a montgomery county community. >> announcer: nbc10 news starts now. >> i'm tracy davidson. >> and i'm rosemary connors. it feels a little more like spring. let's get the forecast with bill henley. bill? >> yeah, mild yesterday. some of that heat is still with us. clouds, yes, producing a few showers. just a few sprinkles move to
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chester and montgomery county towards norristown right now. a very light rainfall. more impressive is what's come. that's the rain you see in central pennsylvania. that's due in lighter this morning. we're getting a dry start. suburbs, 47 degrees. 44 in philadelphia with cloudy skies overhead. here comes light rain showers, 46 degrees at 9:00. showers move through this morning. then this afternoon, breaks of sunshine. then the temperatures this afternoon, temperatures back in the 50s. i'll break it down hour by hour in ten minutes but first, francesca ruscio has the "first alert" traffic. >> thanks bill. because of presidential road closures. market street will be closed between jupiter and chestnut and market street. we're going to be talking about the road closures all morning
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long. yesterday, the sinkhole reported at argyle road at brooke road. i marked it with this graphic at cheltenham. and station road and church road. let's take a look at the majors right now, we're watching the schuylkill expressway early this morning. our camera focusing on the camera at spring garden, eastbound, westbound. when i come back, we'll take a look at 95 and the majors. today, president trump will be in philadelphia for the republican retreat. it may impact center city. there are road closures that francesca mentioned, septa changes and road changes due to the presidential visit. matt is live. we begin with matt, and what we can expect with the retreat. >> reporter:


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