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good morning. lost at sea. a desperate search for a cargo ship in the path of hurricane joaquin with 33 crew members. the ship issuing a distress call after taking on water. the historic efforts by the coast guard to find the ship. fierce flooding. a dangerous situation brewing along the east coast this weekend. up to a foot of rain expected in parts of the carolinas where residents are warned to stay off the road. dylan is tracking it all. a gunman's fury.
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nine lives in oregon on thursday. his troubled past, dismissal from the army and chilling note he left behind. this as we learn more about the victims from stories of heroism. and the new bridget jones. one thing in particular about the photo that has a lot of people talking this morning. i'll tell you what it is, "today" saturday, october 3rd, 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> a lovely day out on the plaza. isn't it? welcome to "today" on saturday. i'm erica hill. >> i'm craig melvin alongside sheinelle jones and dylan dreyer here. our friends along the east are getting hammered. this is greenville, south carolina.
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a lot of folks dealing with flooding that is border line biblical. >> this is with joaquin staying far away from the east coast. a totally different set up. >> which is incredible to think about that. that is the top story this morning. that storm and other things affected by it including the dangerous hunt for a cargo ship that disappeared in hurricane joaquin. 33 crew members on board. 28 are american. kristen dahlgren joins us from jacksonville, florida where the ship set sail. good morning. erica. at first light, search planes will be back up. they know the ship was taking on water. they know the eye of hurricane joaquin passed close to the ship's last known location. family members are holding out hope that the crew members were storm. >> we don't know their status. 140-mile-an-hour winds. communications.
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>> reporter: missing at sea, the 735 foot cargo ship with the 33 crew members, including 28 americans, disappeared during hurricane joaquin as the storm issuing flooding winds and rain and torrential winds to the bahamas. it was expected to reach puerto rico on friday. at 12:30, the coast guard received a distress call saying it had taken on water. >> when you are disabled at sea, you basically are totally vulnerable to the sea. there is between 20 and 30 foot waves. >> reporter: the ship has not been heard from since. the maritime company says its captain has extensive experience and would not take unnecessary risks. >> the captain knew the conditions and communicated back to our headquarters. the conditions were as he saw
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them then, very favorable. he is very confident. the ship was doing well. >> reporter: all of this doing little to comfort family members praying for their loved ones safe return. >> we want them home safe and souped sound. >> reporter: you heard from the family members. it is a reminder these are dads and husbands that are missing. most of the families are already here in jacksonville. those who aren't are flown in to get the latest updates on any new search information. we will, of course, keep you updated. erica. >> kristen, thank you. meanwhile, 22 million people under a flood watch this morning with unrelenting rain leading to problems up and down the east coast. it is not stopping soon. let's start off with kerry sanders live in greenville,
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kerry, good morning. >> the rain will come at levels we have not seen before. >> reporter: 5 to 10 to maybe 15 inches of rain could drench the carolinas this weekend. the darkening skies as the storm swept into columbia, south carolina. university of south carolina students captured a city already under water. >> look how crazy this is right now. >> reporter: emergency management is pleading with people not to drive in the lake suddenly popping up where roads should be. >> the phrase turn around, don't important. >> reporter: a state of emergency is in effect in parts of five states, including north carolina, where there is enough deep water to try this dangerous stunt. there, too. >> a tree and i realized that
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may be our car. >> reporter: ocean city may see a tidal crest this weekend. that is not stopping the u.s. mail from getting through. >> rain, sleet, snow. got to get it done. >> reporter: shots from the space station show the power of hurricane joaquin. it left a trail of devastation in the bahamas. even if it stays out at sea, it is adding significant moisture to the storm battering the carolinas. >> that was kerry sanders reporting there. the weather such an issue, it was interfering with our ability to communicate with him. kerry is fine. he is in upstate south carolina. >> the same storm system may be to blame for a deadly fishing boat accident here in new york. two were killed when the boat capsized. >> the pounding rain and winds created rough seas with the waves in the area reported to be as high as 15 feet. >> scary stuff. dylan is tracking the stormy weather for us this morning.
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talk about keeping busy on saturday morning. there's a lot happening. >> even with joaquin staying far out to sea. here it is right now. a category three hurricane. look at the moisture that is streaming up. this is going to cause the potentially life threatening flooding in carolinas. it is a powerful storm. the good news is it is finally moving away from the bahamas. taking the track that keeps it west of bumuda. we have an area of low pressure developing down here in georgia and south carolina. we have an area of high pressure up in canada. as these get closer together, these lines show the pressure gradient. that indicates how strong the winds will be. a strong easterly wind that is why we have coastal flooding. the moisture from what is hurricane joaquin that is staying out to sea. the moisture get close enough
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a high tide between 12:00 and 1:00. that is when we will see the splashover. a lot of roads close to the shoreline will flood. we watching at flash flood warnings and watches through carolinas and up through vafz virginia. we had several inches of rain in this area. with this training rain through charleston, we are looking at more rain to perhaps produce as much as 15 inches of additional rainfall right in the area from charleston over to columbia. that is the biggest concern as we go through the next couple days. we will keep an eye on this for some time. craig. >> dylan, thank you. the details in the mass shoot in the oregon community college. nine lives cut short when the killer opened fire inside the college. this morning, we are learning more about his dark past. nbc's jacob rascon is in roseburg with more. >> reporter: craig, good
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morning. we know the identities of the victims. ages 18 to 70. the shooter himself a student who arrived on campus in the first week of the semester determined to commit mass murder. investigators say chris harper mercer, 26, attended a school for emotionally troubled children and kicked out of the army and became a loner blocking about gaining notoriety. he left six guns, including a rifle and document at the scene. according to those, he wrote he would be welcomed in hell and embraced by the devil. local authorities are taking a personal stand. >> let me be very clear. i will not name the shooter. >> reporter: all nine wounded are expected to survive. among the dead are four teenagers. terry mcauliffe and lucas eibel
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their lives were shattered. and sarena dawn moore and jason johnson who just completed a feet. >> he was proud of himself. proud of what he was doing. >> reporter: kim dietz was taking classes at the same time as her daughter. and lawrence levine, the only professor killed in the rampage. heartache and now healing as several police agency ies investigate why. another mass killing in america and the deadliest school shooting in oregon history. >> i'm very lucky. some people didn't make it out of there. >> reporter: some witnesses reported hearing the shooter ask investigators are still searching for a motive, one thing seems clear. the shooter wanted to be infamous. seven additional guns were found
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at his house, all purchased legally. craig. >> jacob, thank you. good to find more about the victims. this shooting reignited the debate of guns on the campaign trail. an angry president obama is pushing people to take action. we have nbc's kristen welker at the white house this morning. >> reporter: good morning, erica. hillary clinton and joe biden will speak at the human rights campaign here in washington with the renewed debate about guns will loom large and it comes as washington's inaction on the issue is coming into sharper focus. >> this will not change until the politics change and the behavior of elected officials changes. >> reporter: president obama fed up, but acknowledging the reality friday. he cannot pass stiffer gun laws without congress. >> i'm going to talk about this on a regular basis and i will politicize it.
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>> reporter: on thursday, the president flashed anger not seen since sandy hook when 20 children were massacred. make. to law this to happen every few months in america. >> reporter: while less than half of american support want background checks for all gun buyers. there is little appetite for congress. this spilled on the campaign clinton called for action. >> what is wrong with us that we can't stand up to the nra and the gun lobby and the gun manufacturers they represent? >> reporter: in an interview with chuck todd, donald trump struck a different tone. >> you have people that are mentally ill and they will come through the cracks. >> reporter: and jeb bush raised eyebrow was his response. >> stuff happens. there is always a crisis. the impulse is to do something. it is not necessarily the right thing to do. >> i think the american people should hear that and make their
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>> reporter: after the sandy hook massacre, the president and victims' families pushed for expanded background tests. that did not pass congress. defeated by republicans and red state democrats. arguing it could the ultimately arms. >> and it is difficult for members of congress because people opposed to changes in gun laws are willing to work and donate and do things to defeat members who go the other way. >> reporter: now as for jeb bush's comments, his campaign is pushing back against critics saying quote it is sad and beyond craven that liberal democrats would aid and an bet by some in the national media to dishonestly state this in the nation. and since 2012, congress added ranks.
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erica. >> kristen, thank you. gun violence in america will be an important topic when we sit down one-on-one for a town hall meeting with hillary clinton. that of course happens live from new hampshire right here on "today" on monday. if you have a question for secretary clinton, you can post it to facebook, twitter or instagram by posting it to to to #hilly to #hill to #hillarytoday. and we have sheinelle with more on the latest hospital bombing. >> good morning. a hospital was bombed in kunduz. dozens are wounded and some staff members are unaccounted for. u.s. forces knowledge it may have resulted in collateral damage in a nearby facility. doctors without borders is condemning saying they were informed about the hospital's
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precise location. terrorists were hiding inside the hospital. and about face from kevin mccarthy on benghazi as the race for house speaker widens. mccarthy tells fox news is the purpose of the committee is to find the truth and it never had to do with politics. earlier this week, he said the committee is to blame for hillary clinton's dropping poll numbers. the reversal comes as the ap reports that mccarthy may be challenged by republican congress member jason chaffetz of utah. the widow of robin williams has reached a settlement over the estate with her children. the terms of the settlement have not been disclosed, but the lawyer for the widow says she will stay in the home.
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trouble with the law. he starred in the '70s sitcom "the partridge family," is accused of leaving an accident. he sideswiped a truck and tried to cover his license plate. he is facing dwi charges in florida and new york previously. and chick-fil-a lovers spent the night in pounding rain in new york to get a southern style breakfast. known for the biscuits opened the first store in manhattan. the first 100 customers got a chance to win free food for a year. for some, it was worth being out in the rain. >> no doubt. it's the best chicken sandwich. >> and it's here. there used to be one here in the union at nyu? >> the worst is when you get excited because you are here a chick-fil-a and it's sunday.
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meanwhile, out west, it is snow. another storm. we are talking about snow. perhaps up to 5 inches in parts of the higher elevations back through western montana. we have the area of low pressure that is also bringing a lot of rain ahead of it. this is going to move through the area slowly today. then into tomorrow as winds pick up from the northwest. it will get chilly behind the system. of course, we are very much focused on what is going on in south carolina where the rain is going to be relentless today. we could end up with 10 to 20 inches of rain possible when it is a >> good saturday morning a damp and windy and raw start. 49 in boston. lower 50's across the kachl wind guchts over 30 miles per hour along the coast line. showers. not expecting a lot of rain. we'll have occasional drizzle and light rainful dry this afternoon. 47-54.
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and a coupl and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you. this morning, pope francis is in rome preparing for a gathering of church leaders from around the world. the visit to the united states is making headlines as the vatican offers details over the meeting with kentucky clerk kim davis. here is nbc's john yang. >> reporter: intrigue at the vatican days after the visit to the united states. officials revealing this is pope francis's real audience in washington with the former student and his same-sex partner of 19 years. the former student told cnbc, we have been friends for a long time. he knows about me being gay and he has a lot of respect for me being gay and my partner. this amateur video of the
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meeting surfaced the same day the spokesman tried to distance himself from kim davis. the kentucky clerk refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. the vatican says davis was one of many that the pope visited and francis was not fully briefed on the details of her case. his meeting with her should not be considered a form of support in position of all of the particular and complex aspects. >> this pope doesn't fit the the united states. that was true for throughout the visit. >> reporter: addressing congress, he was widely praised for uniting at least briefly a bitterly divided nation and now this new twist. a meeting with a long time friend and his same-sex partner. for "today," john yang, nbc
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news, london. still to come on saturday morning, a look back at the week that was. from planned parenthood on the hot seat on capitol hill to a major discovery on the red planet. and threes company on a special walk down the aisle.
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back now at 22 past the hour with "the download." >> these are some of the stories that had us talking and smiling and thinking. another fatal shooting. >> somebody is outside one of the doors shooting through the door. >> ten killed at umpqua community college in oregon, including the gunman, chris harper mercer. >> the 41st school shooting this year. >> the reporting is routine. my response ends up being routine. the conversation and aftermath
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we've become numb to this. extreme weather battered the east coast with historic rain and wind this week. >> one person killed. another rescued when this road washed away. >> i cannot stress enough we are talking about the real possibility of deadly flooding. u.s./russia relations are icy, but president obama and vladimir putin held the first meeting in two years. both said it was constructive, but it is still strained. >> putin argued to keep syria's president assad. obama said assad massacred his own people with barrel bombs is the problem. not the solution. on capitol hill, planned parenthood's president cecile richards faced five hours of confrontational questioning. >> will the chairman yield? >> no, i won't. >> republicans want to strip
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undercover edited videos made by an anti-abortion activist. and hackers tried to access hillary clinton's private e-mail account while secretary of state. >> she knowledge acknowledged it is taking a toll. >> and on the republican front. >> the author of "art of the deal" is making a new sales pitch. vowing to cut income taxes for millions of americans across the board. >> it would expand the deficit by a lot and disproportionately benefit wealthy americans. news from the mysteriously red planet. >> liquid water has been found on mars. >> for years, scientists have known there was water on mars, but frozen solid in polar ice caps. these streaks now suggest liquid water. it is not always easy part of a blended family. watch this.
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still ahead here. dr. oz is making a house call. raising awareness on an issue that affects someone you know and love, but hardly anyone talks about. a big development in a story we have been following. the murder of the popular dallas dentist. this >> live look over poston this morning. a little chill it is 7:26 chris
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has a check of the forecast >> 49 in boston. 42 in wister. gray skies. patches of drizzle and light rain outside. i don't expect heavy rain enough to keep it on the damp side. dry hours. 47 in wister hills no 50's in boston. we will dry it out income week >> today's top stories. several people behind bars after a college party got out of control. according to the gazette people used pep are spray. police arrested 4 people weaponses say it started inside and spilled in the street and sat event's organizers under underestimateded how many would show up. in wister dozens gathering to remember the 2 year old girl who died after rushed to the hospital. a vigil honoring g. g. brown the
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if you live anywhere along the east coast this morning, you might want to stay inside. from times square here in new york city to greenville, south carolina. it is nasty. tens of millions under a flood watch on this saturday morning, the 3rd day of october, 2015. >> that is one of the stories making headlines at this hour. more than 20 million people in the storm's path. heavy rains expected to continue through the weekend. dylan will have much more on that for us in the next few minutes. the coast guard is looking
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for a missing cargo ship with 33 people on board, including 28 americans. it disappeared during hurricane joaquin after a distress call was received. and doctors without borders say at least nine members killed overnight in a u.s. air strike in afghanistan. many others seriously wounded. the u.s. admits a strike may have resulted in collateral damage. let's start this half hour with a popular dentist this dallas shot and killed in a parking garage. sheinelle. >> one man is in custody charged with murder. investigators are still on the hunt for another woman who may have hired kendra's killer. love is behind bars.
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hatcher in the parking garage in the apartment complex last month. >> it was a murder for hire. >> reporter: this woman, brenda delgado hired him to kill hatcher. >> she is a fugitive. >> reporter: according to police documents, delgado ended a two-year relationship with hatcher's boyfriend. authorities say she admitted being the getaway driver in what was supposed to be a robbery in exchange for $500. her attorney told nbc news that his client did not expect it to escalate to more violence. documents reveal that cortes said delgado tracked the victim through the cell phone before the murder. the dentist's brother, neil hatcher says this brings him closer to closure. >> it's nice. it is good to have something
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tangible to hold on to. >> christopher love is being held on $2.5 million bond. authorities say he was found with the weapon believed to have been used to kill hatcher. sheinelle, thank you. >> dylan has been tracking the flooding issues along the east coast. a lot to track. >> unfortunately, there is the storm moving out to sea. that is joaquin. you would think that things would improve now it is heading eastward. the moisture streaming in from the system. we have the area of low pressure that developed off the coast of carolina. we will see more and more rain down through south carolina before it lifts into north carolina as we go into sunday and monday. area. that means if you could basically set up a row of train tracks here, the rain will area. that is why we are looking for rainfall totals up to 10 to 20 inches in some of the areas. especially, unfortunately, in the higher elevations of western
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columbia. an area dealing with rain for the last week. once you have 15 to 20 inches of rain, you can create the mudslides as the ground is unstable and they will have gusty winds as well. it is a combination that could lead to dangerous flash flooding. up and down east coast, the threat of coastal flooding, especially around noon, high tide. and as all of that water gets pushed on shore, astronomical high tides. >> good saturday morningful 49 in boft ovenl wind oust northeast at 30 miles per hour we had patchy light rain don't expect a lot of rain a few patches much a 10th of an inch or less expected and dry hours in. it will renan cool.
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tomorrow dry organizational patch of drizzle. and that's the latest forecast. >> thank you, dylan. >> still to come on "today," have mercy. the reunion john stamos is planning on his show. and dr. oz is in the house with some stats about a problem affecting 1 in 3 american to the couple who set aside the whole day to sell their old car and buy a new one... oops. nana's got the kids til 9... but it's only 2. guess you'll just have to see a movie... ...then get some dinner. what a pity. how do you stay on top of your health? ahh... ahh... ahh...
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we are back on a saturday morning with a sobering statistic. 22 million americans struggle with addiction and 23 million more are in recovery. tomorrow in washington, d.c., more than 600 organizations will gather in solidarity to raise awareness with the unite to face addiction rally. dr. mehmet oz will be there. you have been focusing on addiction this week on your show. >> we have. it is part of the happy mind movement that americans are interested in getting into. we live in a stressful environment. addiction is a bigger problem. i'm optimistic. we will talk about that in a second. four times increase in heroin overdose in americans in the last four years. the number one cause of accidental death in our country. you mentioned over 20 million people addicted.
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tomorrow in washington, with the weather passing, hang in there, the march is on. the leaders from the drug czar and congress members and sheryl crow and steven tyler. the recovery is real. as bad as the numbers i gave you, here best number. over 20 million are in recovery. recovery is real. >> it is the problem is as worst as it has been, what is the impetus? >> a lot of it is prescription medication. opiods. it is not a problem you have had all your life or a construction worker at 35 years of age and hurts their back and gets a prescription medication. they realize heroin is one-third the price and they are addicted. almost everybody in the country knows someone affected by drugs and the mental illness has been
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a crisis. >> if someone is watching and listening, if they have a loved one struggling, what can they do? >> so, instead of finger wagging at them. lead with love. that is critical. they have to appreciate you do care for them. rally the troops. folks around you and loved ones to realize along with you that intervene. call in the calvary. get the pros involved. there is a solution for your loved one. true. it is there. part of the reason we are going to washington besides of the iconic march on the mall. if you cannot get to washington, we will stream it on dr.oz.com. stories. al the end of the day, you have the ability to make the changes. our leadership has been active and doing the right thing. we have rules on the books that that you deserve for mental addiction.
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>> i want to get your take on something else. you know oregon became the third state to legalize recreational marijuana use. what do we know about the correlation between recreational pot use and addiction? >> the biggest issue i see with substance is it happens before the age of 20. the pre-frontal cotex doesn't come into its own until the late 20s. that is not how it usually happens, as a gateway drug. i don't want you to rely on a substance to get through your lives. >> that rally will happen tomorrow in washington and also catch it on today.com. and up next, why this man started weeping after opening up his dudes... you know... been a
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back now on a saturday morning with a really sweet surprise for one man. his wife cooked up something special. >> yes, she did. sheinelle is in the orange room with the video. >> that is for sure. they said this is a long time coming. dana and her husband arkel have been trying to have a baby for 17 years. after several miscarriages, they decided to let go of the dream of getting pregnant five years ago. imagine her surprise when she said she was five months
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by putting buns in the oven. >> you're pregnant. you're pregnant? >> guess how far along? >> how long? >> 19 weeks. almost five months. >> come here. >> and it's a boy. >> oh, dana said she thought something was up when she started exercising with a group of friends and she was gaining weight. the couple is shocked by the reaction of the video which has been viewed 5 million times. people. it is one of the things where people liked it and it is now all over the country. >> i lose it when i see a grown man cry. >> for a good reason like that. tears of happiness and joy. >> 17 years. what a blessing. keep us posted. video.
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commentator: he may be lowering it after hillary clinton blasted him out of the water. her plan would limit the out-of-pocket costs that consumers have to pay. clinton: nobody in america should have to choose between buying the medicine they need and paying their rent. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. if you told us that simply was the most perfect orange juice in the world, gosh, we wouldn't know what to say... except the customer
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will cover the side show of politics in the country. >> they have so much material to work with. there is a lot of buzz. hillary clinton will make a surprise appearance on tonight's show. not to mention a surprise. she is expected to do a scene with kate mckennon. she appeared on snl during the 2008 season alongside amy poehler. where can you catch the action? where else but nbc. snl at 11:30. >> will do a recap tomorrow morning. it is always a treat. i tell you my favorite part. seeing the people lined up. >> in the cold and rain. they were out there at 4:00 a.m. >> very dedicated. >> or they are waiting for dylan dreyer. pillow.
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...which may if your pill isn't giving you... ...the control you need... non-insulin victoza . it's covered by most health plans. 130 yards now... bill's got a very tough lie here... looks like we have some sort of sea monster in the water hazard here. i believe that's a "kraken", bruce. it looks like he's going to go with a nine iron. that may not be enough club...
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few minutes. breaking up a brown crowd overnight in worcester several people were arrested. overnight a bomb exploded in a hospital in afghanistan killing nine staff members from doctors without borders. >> remembering the victims of the mass shooting at community college in oregon as we learn more about possible motive. >> tragedy in afghanistan
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