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surrounding the latest sexting scandal regarding anthony weiner. and what's next for huma ab we'll also get a eview of donald trump's immigration speech. i'm looking forward to joining donald trump in arizona on wednesday. he's going to lay out with great specificity his commitment to ending immigration in this country. dash cam captures a crash of a hero's call to save a driver. >> and a stunt woman who made
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warri warrior. "early today" starts right now. >> good to be with you. we begin with the news overtaking the cam tan trail. huma abedin and her husband anthony weiner. weiner went become to new york after details of another sexting scandal hit the nation's front pages. the new york post published photos late sunday that it the photos included two sexually suggestive closeups. weiner told the post that he and the woman have been quote, friends for some time adding kwoetd, she has asked me not to comment except to say that her comments were private including pictures of her nieces and nephews and my son who were always appropriate.
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second daughter. but now no longer playing the good wife releasing this statement saying quote, after long and painful consideration and work on my marriage i've decided the decision and made the decision to separate from my husband. anthony and i will remain devoted to doing what is best for our son who is the light of our life. we are joined by tracie potts. >> reporter: what it looks like is they some time but had been staying together for the good of their son. weiner has deleted his twitter account. this entire scandal plays out. donald trump now with a statement blasting hillary clinton for her association with anthony weiner and huma abedin for essentially just simply being associated with them.
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any proof that anthony weiner, the husband of her close advisor may have had access to classified information, but again, we want to emphasize, he really offers no proof for that. and what he doesn't mention is that according to the sec donald trump contributed $4,300 to weiner back in 2010. abedin was not on the campaign trail. we clinton, but we do know that she's issued that statement and has asked for some privacy. >> eyes, cameras when she returns. hillary clinton meanwhile held a round table discussion on mental illness just as the scandal erepresented telling a conference call of gathers she intends to invest in earl di he text for treatment in illnesses. clinton spent the day raising
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hamptons. that came as the clintons found themselves embroiled in another controversy as the surrogate paster mark burns posted this with a tweet that read this. black americans, thank you for your votes and letting me use you again. see you again in four years. here's how burns explained the tweet. >> the picture is designed to draw attention to the very fact that hillary clinton policies are not good for african americans. we're not playing the political game to make you feel good. >> but is that the right way to get your message across? >> burns has since removed the posting writing an apology on twitter. the trump camp made its best attempt to move past the dust up in an interview with georgia affiliate maz.
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joining donald trump on wednesday and he's going to lay out with great specificity his commitment to ending illegal immigration on this country on wednesday night. he's going to lay out his plan to secure our borders, build a wall, to advance the kind of policies that will result in internal enforcement in the united states of america. >> today on the trail, trump holds a rally in washington. pence visits north carolina and georgia. tim kaine tours through nn spends another day off the trail. new this morning u.s. intelligence officials now tell nbc news hackers based in russia are behind two recent attempts to breach voter registration databases in illinois and arizona. there's already been widespread concern russians have tried to interfere with the hack. it includes nearly 200,000 voter
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officials and one official tells nbc news quote, this is the closest we've come to tying a recent hack to the russian government. in july illinois shut down their voter registration after a hack. in arizona hackers tried to get in using malicious software but were unsuccessful. homeland security secretary had urged officials to examine better ways to secure their systems. well, trouble just these are photo from the scene of a massive blast last week at a texas border town. takata has just confirmed that the truck that crashed and detonated there was carrying air bag parts and also a volatile chemical. the blast completely levelled a home killing a woman inside and injuring the truck's two drivers and another passenger in another car.
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examine how to ka ta-- takata's chemical was shipped. at least 14 deaths and over 100 injuries have led to over 100 million recalls worldwide. we have dash cam video of a ten-car pileup out of upstate new york. watch this. this large truck comes crashing into the left side of the screen and look what happens next. it sends cars flying in every direction. at one point hurling one car into the median causing it to erupt in flames. the dash cam also captured this image. they ultimately rescued a woman from a burning vehicle. well, it is that act of heroism that really makes this video so remarkable to watch. the mayor's office publicly released video in an attempt to identify the brave men and
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that crash. reaction is pouring in the death of gene wilder. mel brooks tweeted this. gene wilder one of the truly great talents of our time. he blessed everything we did with his magic. billy crystal called him a giant of comedy and a true genius. and from steve martin, you are one of the great screen comedians. he died from at his home in connecticut. we take a look back. ? there is no life to compare with your imagination ? . >> he was an unlikely leading man. gentle, sweet, hilarious. >> you've got to remember that these are just simple farmers. these are people of the land.
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decades he started movies big and small. >> this is it! >> and brought to the screen performances that were unforgotable. >> it's alive! it's alive! >> from young franken stein to blazing saddles, wilder was magic in mel brooks' movies. he was equally hilarious in a "silver streak." and while it was a failure at the box office, the role wilder was most identified with and beloved for was willy wonka. >> after his third wife lost her battle with cancer, wilder was a pillar of the cancer support group.
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an actor from childhood, tired of hollywood and once said i like the show, but i don't like the business. >> don't forget what happened to the man who suddenly got everything he always wanted. >> what happened? >> he lived apphappily ever aft. >> makes me want to watch willy wonka today. >> gene wilder dead at the age of 83. just ahead, why did pope first here's bill with storms on both coasts. a lot to watch today. >> east coast and gulf coast. we are watching tropical storm warnings. the first rain band from our tropical depression is entering into the cape hattaras area. not expected to get that strong so we shouldn't be seeing many
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so we still have all eyes on the gulf. has yet to turn into a tropical storm but it should be tropical storm hermine as we go throughout the day and thursday will be the worst day of the bad weather. that's a look at the big weather story of the day. now here's a closer look at the day ahead. we're still watching stray showers and thunderstorms in areas of texas today all the way up through north texas and across kansas. we will be watching florida of course with some afternoon showers and thunderstorms. some of those in south florida are indirectly our tropical depression. and how about yesterday in colorado? epic hail producing storms and rainstorms. we did have flash flooding problems around colorado springs and we will see some additional chances of storms today. "early today" back in two. tomorrow is not a given. but entresto is a medicine that helps make more tomorrows possible. ? tomorrow, tomorrow... ?
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bring back our girls campaign. unfortunately over 200 girls remain in captivity. the 20-year-old college student who wants to become a doctor talks about why she didn't experience survivor's remorse. >> i think god has a purpose for me that he gives me the courage to escape. so i think the courage is like now i'm here and i'm speaking out telling the world my story, telling them what lot on kidnapping and trafficking including right here in the united states. john mccain is widely expected to win his primary bid in arizona for a sixth term. he is facing a challenge from tea party candidate kelly ward. while florida congresswoman and former chair goes down to the wire against bernie sanders's backed primary chal eng her.
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that morning, everybody. we are getting started with 7news new included. and huber driver stood after police vehicles with his pants and. >> and what caused the fire in an old paper factory in pittsfield late last night? is it that the jb they were, he has been vacant for years, there is no power or gas to the building. into beaches are open this morning, after two great white sharks were spotted on the water on monday. researchers say the charts were
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provincetown? and how about tom brady? he is going way above and beyond for a very special fan. the heartfelt mission he delivered from gillette stadium. if you're not a fan already, you probably will be after this. >> i can't wait to see that story. send it over to chris lambert with a check of your forecast. >> good morning, everyone, low to mid-50s middle of suburbs, comfortable conditions, thanks to the low humidity in place. the dewpoint levels ha lower 50s. we have that transition during the day yesterday, and it started off warm and humid. it hit 90 in boston, and we lost the humidity in the afternoon which did make for a very comfortable late today and afternoon. that is where we leave things off today, a light breeze out of the northwest, easy for the sea breezes to kick on them. we are not taking any rain, and what else is new?
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mix of sun and clouds. but i don't expect any rain throughout the day. we will have a chance for showers and storms arriving tomorrow night, and especially on thursday. that is it for the week. in the school bell forecast. back to school and back at it. a little bit on the cool side of the lot of the suburbs. and outdoor recesses in the cars here as we have a lot of sunshine to go through the day. on the coastline, it will be warmer in late, thanks to the sea breeze. not a huge difference, degrees today. we will be close to tomorrow, and fairly warm for the next couple of days. fall weather is near. more of that forecast as today new england starts right now? morning. a holliston man is behind bars after police said they made threats against lisa the president, with investigators taking a disturbing discovery, they say, inside of their home.
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store, the victim of the st. paul's a rape case is going public for the first time this morning. and a risky, hours long rescue, crews saving two workers after a crain overturns on a rhode island bridge. and looking for a new set of wheels, why the bus service is being cut for some maldon students? this is seven news today in new england? a tuesday morning, and you for joining us, i am severance. >> and i am kristin del can. it seems that mother nature was right on cue with the back-to-school thing. it was definitely cooler and refreshing this morning. >> i was craving that pumpkin spice latte. >> you know, fall weather is just more of an excuse for you. good morning, everyone. lower to middle 50s in the suburbs, here is the fall feel in the air. it will not feel like fall is upon us this afternoon, away from the coastline as


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