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a week before americans head to the voting booth, new revelations in the fbi e-mail inquiry. another involving a former campaign manage tore donald trump. breaking overnight, one person has died and a others injured when a critical gasoline pipeline exploded. a bomb scare aboard a spirit airlines search after a frantic search after a passenger noticed something odd. china unveiled this sophisticated fighter as they continued their surge in a global arms race. >> obama's go all out, "early today" starts right now. good tuesday morning, i'm
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>> i'm frances rivera. a crucial seven day, one week from election day. donald trump and hillary clinton are launching a fresh barrage on one another insuring that the worse is yet to come. he says his campaign woes are nothing more than a media narrative brought on by phony polls created by a biassed industry. hillary is the one that broke the law over and over and over again. we can be sure that what is in those e-mails devastating. why aren't they firing hillary clinton? why is she allowed to run? i have a son named baron and i want to tell you, she is a terrible example for my son and for the children in this country. >> that i can tell you. >> meanwhile, democrats accuse director james comey of a double standard while clinton continues to deny there is any news here, attempting to refocus the narrative on donald trump.
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regret it and now they apparently want to look at e-mails of one of my staffs and by all means they should look at them and i am sure they will reach the same conclusion they did when they looked at my e-mails for the last year. there is no case here. >> and while many voters are fretting over the impact, the refocused investigation would have on the presidential race, our new nbc survey thoses are is 91 in fact, our latest tracking poll has clinton with a six point lead over trump, 47 to 41 percent. both were before and after the fbi story broke. now the department of justice has responses to questions about how long it would take to learn more about the e-mails. saying they will work as quickly as possible to bring the details to light. however, no one can pinpoint how long the investigation will
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preliminary inquiry into trump's campaign former manager paul man a for the regarding his business connections we may have to russia. they went after director comey in going after clinton but not trump. for nor nbc's dana mcfadden. >> law enforcement say the fbi has been conducting a preliminary inquiry of donald trump's for paul man a for the and his foreign business connections. when nbc news asked the fbi to comment on the inquiry, the fbi did not respond. >> americans have every right to be concerned about what they see in terms of trump advisers and their closeness with the kremlin, trump's policies vis-a-vis russia, trump's financial interest if russia. >> reporter: palm man a for the was reportedly paid $12.7
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nbc news can also report what some call disturbing ties to two allagart, one premium, one russian, both millionaires. american officials say both have ties to the russian mafia. >> i think it does raise serious concerns about the policies that trump would pursue if he were president. >> reporter: while an inquiry falls short of a criminal investigation, in this highly charged atmosphere, it has some arguing that comey double standard. >> here where the director has discussed an investigation involving one candidate, it aps the director up to claims of bias if he doesn't discuss other potential investigations. >> paul man a fort said none of it is true.
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democratic propaganda intended to deflect. breaking news, a halloween hay ride turns deadly, a mississippi highway patrol says three people were killed when a truck rear ended a trailer carrying a group of people celebrating halloween about 80 miles east of jackson. seven people were injured. the crash is currently being investigated. of course, we'll bring you more details as they become available. one person has been killed and five others injured after a massive explosion rocked alabama outside of plume of schmeic no the sky that could be seen for miles. fire crews, officials say it happened a mime away from a recent gas leak. colonial pipeline says it has shut down its main line in the area. governor robert bentley tweeted out, crews biltd built dirt bam, 8 feet tall, 80 feet long. >> a potential bomb threat caused one airline flight to
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delaying the planes departure for at least six hours, leaving passengers shocked and exhaustive. a passenger alerted crew members about suspicious text message seen on another person on board. both men were interviewed by the fbi. all passengers were told to evacuate and re-enter security. no arrests were made. dakota police and protesters remain at odds along the controversial pipeline in north dakota at times and equal protesters pipeline's construction. one of those demonstrators have been charged with murder, after an affidavit, she fired at police during protests last week. the attempted murder carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison. over a million people across the country have been flocking to social media and changing their locations to claim they're at those standing rock protests as
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dakota protestors. still ahead, bill cosby's latest courtroom defence may leave you scratching your head. the price of that morning cup of joe may be going up. we'll tell you who to blame. first, bill cairns is on a record breaking high to kick off the month of november. bill. >> what a start to november. we had record highs yesterday, the jet stream is far to the north. high pressure is building all the way back. >> stan: the ohio valley today. so we're on a streak now. we've had record highs in areas like atlanta and new orleans. three days in a orleans. four days in a row of record highs. that's pretty rare. it will be close in mobile. that's a look at your day, here's a closer look today. >> a chance to get up near 90 today, a little cooler in the carolinas, above average. beautiful fall weather conditions from areas in new
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great lakes. >> how about that warmth near cleveland tonight for big game six. >> they are looking to clinch it tonight. >> thanks, for that. >> just ahead, china deals its high-tech weapon of war. we have those details and a pop mar smartphone app used by millions, especially young people. that's next. more "stay" per roll. more "sit" per roll. bounty is two times more absorbent. so one roll of bounty can last longer than those bargain brands. so you get more "life" per roll. bounty. the long-lasting quicker picker upper. and try bounty napkins. americans... ... 83% try to eat healthy. yet up 90% fall short in getting key nutrients from food alone. let's do more. add one a day women's gummies.
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there is a big difference between now and then. 51% of the murders were solved in 2003. unfortunately today only 21 homicides have been solved. they lack a side of trust. >> that is a factor. they promise to add a thousand new officers in the coming months, believe it or not, there are less in the city today than back in 2003. bill cosby is suspected back in court later today for what is hearing. last night, cosby's defense team filed new motions in his latest attempt to get sexual assault charges dropped. 13 women that accused him of molesting them, some of drugging them are unreliable and will fail to demonstrate a signature pattern of conduct as required by law when they testify at the scheduled june trial. in a motion they add, quote, there has never been a shred of
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such claim. they are based solely on the unreliable memories of women in their senior years. they argue victoria allred was representing several were in a cruside said against cosby. about 60 women accused him of sexual assault. cosby has denied them all. there's new concern this morning about a popular smartphone app used by they explained a cart passenger was using that feature before a horrific deadly crash. critical moments just before a horrific deadly crash, this ten second snapchat video posted by a passenger in the car using a feature that record and displays their speeds. first 82 miles per hour. then 115. less than ten minutes later that same speeding car in tampa slammed into a minivan.
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and passenger an in the van on their way home from church, a 39-year-old mother, her nine and ten-year-old children. another 19-year-old daughter and 15-year-old cousin in the van survived and are in the hospital. the florida highway patrol says it remains unclear what role snapchat displays. they display a do not snap and drive warning. in a statement, the company says we actively discourage using the speed filter, when driving with allegedly involving snapchat, one question. >> the only purpose in my mind is for folks and teens and kids to record themselves, show up, show how fast they're going. >> active snapshatt fillers say it won't make much of a difference. users will point their phone at the speedometer. they are not commenting on the
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kerry sanders, nbc news, miami. >> it's so alarming to use that feature. it really is. just ahead, demand for coffee is at record highs right now. but why is that? and today, china unveils it's most lethal weapons of war. is it a threat to the united states? ? ? like roasted hazelnuts and cocoa, nutella adds a smile to any morning. one jar; so many delicious possibilities.
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>> is there the relic of the '90s? >> ouch. >> you are rambling with everything that's wrong with america. can't i go one day without seeing your giant face on tv like a garfield ego maniac. >> talking about trump, right? >> what is it like to get your [ bleep ] kicked by a woman? >> more confusion er who are they talking about, samantha v? >> she had a special guest besides conan o'brien, president obama discussed the current political climate and of course donald trump. take a look. >> after you left office, have you thought of referring in donald trump's ear, you were right, i have less than four years? >> i think it's something very serious. i will be organizing my close presidency where i'm not close
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>> that is fair. >> these great one-liners, his last harrah. >> i think he is having fun, specifically on the late night circuit. he has funny quips. >> a lot of fun especially within it comes to halloween, too. they had a fun filled final halloween at the white house. look at the white house all decked out. they had plenty of really cool key decorations. the president, the first lady, personally handed out candy to the t o the white house official tour features the ghost of the president's past, even abraham lincoln stopped by to say hello. obama treated guests to the thriller dance, including the holiday favorite. [ music playing ] >> okay. so this person right here who is blocking president obama, there we go. a little better shot. you got to love it. >> he's wearing the dad jeans, they poke fun at that. >> you know they have a lot of
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well, actor brian cranton is refusing to stay silent about it. several other celebrities are so concerned about a donald trump presidency. they say they will literally flee the country if it happens, cranston said i would definitely move. it would not be a vacation. lena dunham stated i know a lot of people are threatening to do this. i know a lovely place in vancouver. michael key said, geeze, i leave, canada is like ten minutes from detroit. that's where i'm from. >> it makes you wonder, our comedian, we will find out. just ahead, 65% of those surveyed agreed, it's the world most relaxing song. can you guess what it is? >> i'm dying to know. >> you are watching "early today." stay with us. little dakota's nose was quivering in fear. because it knew an ordinary tissue was near.
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>> this is 7news now. >> christa: all right. ready to get things started on this first day of november with 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: here are some stories we're working on for you this morning. coming up, drivers will be hoping that this morning's commute is another smooth one as crews continue to demolish tollbooths on the mass pike. there were in major delays investigating a school scare in dorchester. a 12-year-old boy allegedly brings a gun to class. this happened at the trotter school, and investigators say the gun was not loaded. >> sarah: investigators are trying to determine what triggered this chain-reaction crash involving a firetruck in the back bay. the driver and four firefighters all rushed to the hospital with injuries. >> christa: halloween is over officially, but this morning getting a look at some pretty
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the patriots' biggest stars. i'm scared. >> sarah: that is funny. i'm sure with patriots' players, chris, they're so giant anyway. >> chris: what was that in his hand, a little dog? it was so funny to see that. when you're 6'5" and wearing a giant costume, it can be frightening. 26 in norwood. 35 in boston. it is a cold start to this day, but we did have an enjoyable evening last night. a little cold outside, but with wind in place. wind is west out of worcester at 8mph. otherwise it's calm, calm winds and clear skies. temperatures fall off fast this time of year. more clouds down across the cape and the islands. we start off chilly this morning. it's not a bad bounce-back. low the mid-50s this afternoon. enjoyable afternoon. overnight tonight, not nearly as
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few degrees late overnight and early into daybreak tomorrow. after fading a few degrees this evening. tomorrow mid-60s on average. it does look real quiet weather-wise over the next couple days. a couple clouds mixed in later this afternoon. more clouds overnight tonight. i do expect more clouds around on wednesday. but despite the trade-off of more clouds, we get warmer weather in here. although we'll still have some breaks of sun out the we have to wait million thursday for next rain chance. we'll talk more on that in the seven-day forecast ahead as "today in new england" starts right now. >> christa: good morning. now at 5:00 a.m., struck in the street, a little boy hit by a car out trick-or-treating up in lowell. this morning what we're learning about his injuries. ism breaking overnight in mississippi, two children and an adult killed when halloween party takes a deadly turn. >> christa: and this morning we're hearing chilling calls.
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praising tamerlan tsarnaev. >> sarah: and as hillary clinton tries shifting focus away from her e-mail scandal, two new reports put donald trump at the center of new controversies with just one week until the election. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: good tuesday morning, everybody. happy november 1st. i'm sarah french. >> christa: and i'm christa delcamp. how is that sugar overload going for you? >> sarah: it's good. i brought in like a huge bag of nd buying halloween candy. >> christa: you didn't get enough trick-or-treaters. >> sarah: i had one bag worth, not seven bag's worth. >> chris: we had one group show up at our house. you know where the extra is going? if there's a lot of leftover, there's a lot of leftover we have to eat, right? we do it for the kids. chilly start today. 20s in the suburbs. 35 in boston. more clouds across the cape and the islands, but overall quite a


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