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problem. >> we'll be back next week. if it's sunday, it's "meet the press." it's monday, april 11th. coming up on "early today," in an nbc exclusive, the cia direct says they will not waterboard again even under a new president. hillary clinton pushes for votes and bernie sanders hits coney island. new details surrounding the shooting death of beloved new orleans player will smith and the man charged with second-degree murder. and a historic visit of john kerry to hiroshima this morning. a massive meltdown for jordan spieth at augusta and a hole-in-one like you've never seen. "early today" starts right now. good morning, everybody. happy monday. thanks for joining
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commander has been charged with spying for a foreign nation. according to multiple news sources including the "washington post," he faces several counts of espionage and other charges includes prostitution and adultery. there are reports he passed secret information on to china. the navy has withheld his identity but the "washington post" reports a u.s. official disclosing it citing the anonymity of the case. according to his heavily redacted charge sheet released by the navy. lin is accused of stealing information with the intent that it would be used by a foreign nation. he reportedly had access to u.s. intelligence and served on some of the most sensitive intelligence aircraft. he was apparently arrested eight months ago but information about the case was highly secretive and did not b
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until a preliminary justice hearing on friday. now, to the campaign trail and trump 2.0. now, this comes as the front-runner is fighting for delegates trying to secure the nomination before the convention, but for now the focus fo focus is on next week's primary. >> reporter: there is little doubt rochester, new york, is trump territory. >> there is no rally like a trump rally, and nobody gets to people. that i can tell you. >> reporter: sporting a new hair cut and a sharper merge. >> rochester lost 90,000 jobs since 197 0rks 4,000 jobs in the last six months. >> but even some true believers here say they're ready for trump 2.0. >> he says it like it is, and i think he means what he says but it doesn't come out the right way. >> a change would be okay for zblu on trump?
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>> reporter: his right-hand paul manafort changing his course. >> he was doing well on a mod thal made sense but now that the campaign has got on the the end stage, a more traditional campaign has to take place. i'm confident. we have several ways through june 7 to go over 1237. >> while "the boston globe" with a front page they hope to never have to print, mass deportations, riots, trade wars. the editorial labeling trump's vision deeply disturbing and profoundly un-american. >> the whole front page is of make-bee leave sort which is really no different from the whole paper. the whole thing is made up. >> reporter: back in battleground new york, the show must go on. ♪ i'm heading on down the road saying trump president ♪ >> reporter: for trump, political
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they continue to battle in the big apple. hillary clinton and brooklyn born bernie sanders. sanders hopes to keep the momentum from his string of recent victories. meanwhile president obama is speaking out about clinton's continued e-mail scandal. nbc's kelly o'donnell brings us up to speed. >> reporter: with delegate-rich primaries around the corner, this was no day of rest. >> we have taken on all of the establishment. >> let's do this together. thank you. >> reporter: hillary clinton and husband bill put their faith in african-american congregations, making visits to six churches in harlem and queens. >> she was your senator. she was a great secretary of state. >> reporter: clinton aligned herself with president obama and implied bernie sanders had not been as loyal. >> we have someone who rejects the idea that president obama has made progress, doesn't give him the cre
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deserves. >> reporter: sanders made the rounds on four sunday talk shows and challenged clinton's suitabilityqualifications. >> she may have experience to be president of the united states, no one can argue that, but in terms of a judgment, something is clearly lacking. >> reporter: although the senator does not raise it, he's talked about the e-mail server. he ooh's asked if he still thinks there was no compromise to national security after classified documents were found on that clinton server. >> hillary clinton was an outstanding secretary of state. she would never intentionally put america in any kind of jeopardy. >> reporter: helpful praise, though, the president has no endorsement planned. staying in new york, sanders got a taste of coney island. >> i hope that on april 19th we will have the largest
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turnout -- >> reporter: while sanders has won seven straight contests, clinton holds the lead in the big blue states that vote next. kelly o'donnell, n b bc news, baltimore. >> in an nbc exclusive our chief correspondent richard engel asked whether the agency would use harsh interrogation practices. president obama banned it in 2009, but donald trump and ted cruz have said they're open to it. director brennan said he would not authorize it, even if ordered by a future president. >> absolutely i would not. i would not agree to having any cia officer carrying out waterboarding. >> you can catch more of richard's exclusive interview with richard brennan tonight on nbc news. bond has been set at $1 million for the man accused of killing former new orleans saint will smith. it
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accident and ended with smith's shocking death. >> reporter: the scene of the fatal shooting. saints fans paid their respects to one of the most beloved players in team history. >> a good guy. everybody loves him. and just an absolute shame. >> reporter: police say it was about 11:30 saturday night when smith's mercedes was hit by a hummer driven by hayes. they argued and hayes put out a gun and began to shut. >> we pulled him out of the vehicle with multiple gunshot wounds to the hospital. smith's wife was rushed to the hospital with a nonlife-threatening gunshot wound. hayes is now behind bars. bond was set at $1 million. hayes' attorney believes there's much more to this story. >> reporter: will smith played college football at ohio state
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and won a championship there. he spent nine seasons in new orleans and helped the franchise win its only super bowl. we he left football, he and his wife stayed in louisiana where ey helped the community. the masters' reigning champion can only be described as a meltdown for the ages. the leader hits his fourth birdie in the ninth and trouble begins am missed putt on the 11th and then to the 12th and amen corner where he makes a major mistake. still on the 12th spieth hits this one flat and fat and drops another ball into the water. now to his fifth shot on a par 3. watch where this one goes. yep. in the sand. he finished with a 7 on the hole. meanwhile danny willet has
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managed to take a lead including finishing strong on the 18th hold capturing the masters while waiting in the clubhouse to see if spieth can catch him. he found out he has won the masters. talking on the phone and a bit of a bitter moment for spieth who won last year. he had to present the 2016 coveted green jacker to new masters winner danny willet. only the second englishman to take that title. congratulations. let's talk about this though. storms. they moved across oklahoma late last night. storm chasers say the system nearly produced a tornado several times. and near the texas panhane, the roads looked like they were covered in snow as large hail fell in the town of dickens. hail so big it cracked the storm chaser s' windshield. let's get a lowdown if you will -- that's my texas terminology. >> that was good. lowdown, low pressure. >> it's spring. it happens. >> this
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season. this is when we expect to get a couple of big outbreaks. we're not going to have a huge outbreak today. we're still wrapping up last night's storms. a lot of lightning and still some hail and gusty winds, but we're not concerned with any tornados. now, as we go throughout the later portions of the day, we're going to watch the severe weather in the south. we watch light rain and heavy rain in the northeast. but the severe weather threat for just about 11 million people is from areas of arkansas, oklahoma, eastern texas and all of louisiana and late, late tonight into areas of mississippi. a few tornados are possible especially right around the arklatex region. now, as the storm comes in, the unstable air takes place. it should fire up around 4:00 p.m. is when we should really expect it to start to peak. from 5:00, 6:00, 7:00, 8:00, we'll watch this and the possibility of heavy rain continuing into the overnight
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as storms develop. that's your national weather. here's a closer look at your day ahead. well, strong storms will fire up almost over the top of dallas. it's an interesting forecast for dallas. then the storms will be heading to the east and intensify. just a cool, not a chilly-type rain throughout most of the ohio valley into pittsburgh today. so an active monday forecast. >> all right. busy, busy. thank you, bill. drivers, listen up. which way gas prices are headed. plus a historic moment this morning at the site of the atomic bombing in hiroshima. you're watching "early today." plumping surface cells for a dramatic transformation -without the need for fillers. your concert tee might show your age...your skin never will. olay regenerist. olay. ageless.
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people lost their lives during a bombing attack in world war ii. the terrorists who carried out the deadly suicide bombings in brussels last night originally intended to attack a financial district in paris but authorities were moving too quick so they rushed to attack belgium. all of this according to mohamed abrini. he confessed to being the man in the hat seen at the airport on surveillance. in baton rouge, police have made an arrest of a man who killed two college students. he began shooting a man outside an apartment complex when two students were caught in the crossfire. and some lighter fare for you. in d.c. police are searching for one hungry burglar. yes, he broke into a five guys burger joint and made himself a late night snack. my goodness. time to get down to
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glenn: i'm glenn ivey and i approve this message, because i'm on your side. this morning on "today," anita hill reflects on her legacy and the impact of the sexual harassment allegations she made nearly 25 years ago. now to sports, danny willet won the masters, but some of the best highlights including a number of players not even in the running on the 16-inchth hole. we're speeding up the video for you. first up, shane lowry hit as beauty, and, yep, right in the cup. also on 16, here's davis love iii and you guessed it. he hit a beauty yet again, right in the cup. but the shot of the day just may be this one by south african louis ooh say zin. >> i have n
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>> all right. that's one. >> can you believe that? that is the third hole in one on the 16th the seam day at the masters. incredible. and a quick mention the golden state warriors have tied the record with 72. the warriors defeated san antonio spurs 92-86. golden state can break the regular season record with a victory in their home finale against the grizzlies on wednesday. so stay tuned for that. just ahead, "saturday night live" takes on hillary clinton's subway slub. that's next. that's next. sk what backache?
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fans got a clip from the upcoming ahh hairy pot err movie. and the newly anticipated suicide squad. >> all of a sudden we're in a room where it happens, in a room where it happens where it happens. women are suddenly in the room where it happens, room where it happens. i couldn't resist that. >> the actress referenced a music when giving a speech, giving the lyric as feminist tweet jo you may have heard about the viral sad affleck which has racked up 20 million views when it was posted a few weeks ago. it featured in the sound "the sound of silence" by simon and garfunkel is topping the charts again debuting at number six. >> he looks sad. >> he looks so sad. can you just crack a
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right now on news 4 today, an officer-involved shooting leaves one wounded. what we're finding out as investigators piece together evidence. a sheriff arrested, new details about an incident involving anne arundel's top officer. and the vercontroversial bi and final pushes for major changes before time runs out. and say hello to the rain. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. storm team 4 is tracking some showers. chuck bell standing by. happy the cold is go, thon. >> absolutely right. another freeze yesterday morning. one of our
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recent years. but as you mentioned, the cold has been replaced by raindrops this morning. on the whole a cooler than average pattern is going to hang around much of the week, but i remain optimistic about the coming weekend. storm team 4 radar tracking rain drops from the pennsylvania border all the way to tidewater, virginia. just about every neighborhood wet this morning with temperatures in the mid to upper 40s. i think you'll like the second half of today far more than the first. we'll detail that coming up. for now, melissa mollett is dealing with wet roads on a monday. >> wet roads on a monday. easy for you to say. live look here 270 at montgomery village avenue, you can see the sheen on the roadway. it's not coming down very hard, but it is coming down all over the place. all the green that looks like a big b
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395 at seminary, a work zone. overall, no major problems. see you in a few minutes. 12k3w4r50 good morn >> good morning. in laurel, maryland, take a look at the map. this is what is going on. fourth street between marshall court still shut down because of a police-involved shooting. this is the indus market. laurel spokeswoman telling us a suspect was arrested outside the market and another suspect shot inside the market. that person now in the hospital. his condition unknown. but she will update us on this vehic investigation shortly. the anne arundel sheriff's office says sheriff ronald bateman was arrested during a domestic incident at his home last
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we're supposed to typfind out m later this morning. so keep an eye on the nbc washington app. a boy is in critical condition after he was hit by a car crossing the street with will his bike. he was wearing a helmet and was crossing mcdaniel road in waldorf with his mother when the crash happened. deputies say the driver stayed on the scene. the child was airlifted to children's hospital with a serious injuries. also developing, detectives are looking for this schizophrenic woman with her son. fairfax county place say jury chavez's family called officers saying she was having a mental breakdown. police saychavez fled and took son with her. please call fairfax county police if you have seen the mother or her 9-year-old son. maryland lawmakers have one final day to pass noah's law. different versions have already pass inned in the house and
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again. it's named for montgomery county police officer noah leotta. and would require ignition interlock devices for drunk drivers. the police chief is concerned that the bill will die in committee. >> do not dishonor the sacrifice of officer noah leotta. do not turn your backs on the 130 families who lost a loved one last year to a drunk driver. pass noah's law. >> the governor says he will sign the measure if it hits his desk. as the maryland legislative session comes to a close, there are key bills we will be becaming. one reduces prison sentences for nonviolent drug offenders. a police reform bill would change how police are hired and trained in committee. and the measure that helps close the gender pay gap is waiting for the govern's


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