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coming up on "early today." >> they collude. they colluded and actually i was happy because it shows how weak we are. it shows how pathetic they are. >> ted cruz and john kasich, the target of donald trump's venomous response to their teaming up against him as voters in five states head to the polls today. but on the democratic side, bernie sanders knows it takes a miserable to move him forward against hillary clinton. over 36 million americans are at risk for life-threatening and dangerous storms. the dramatic rescue after a small plane crashes into a house. the amazing 9-year-old funding his own adoption with
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sta stand. and "star wars" daisy ridley shows off her moves. thank you for joining us today. i'm betty nguyen. today is another big tuesday in politics. voters in connecticut, delaware, maryland, pennsylvania, and rhode island all head to the voting booths. democrats will distribute 464 total delegates, nearly half of which come are from pennsylvania. for the republicans, 172 delegates are at stake. delaware is the only winner take all contest. and if the latest polling is any indication, expecting donald trump to have another huge night. trump spent monday railing against the ted cruz/john kasich pact. >> did you see the news today? did you see where they band together, where they collude? you know? it's collusion. you know, if you collude in business, if you collude in business or if you c
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the stock market, they put you in jail. but in politics, because it's a rigged system, because it's a corrupt enterprise, in politics, you're allowed to collude, so they colluded and actually, i was happy, because it shows how weak they are, it shows how pathetic they are. >> the two fired back and explained their alliance. >> we had conversations and both campaigns agreed to focus our energies, where? i think that is a decision, an allocation of resources that makes a lot of sense and it's devoted to the principle of beating hillary clinton in november and turning this country around. >> my team met with the cruz people and they made a recommendation to me and i said i think it's fair because in some places, we haven't spent a lot of resources. i don't see this as any big deal, other than the fact i'm not spending resources in indiana and he's not spending them in other places. so what? what is the big deal
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form in the informal alliance already. kasich had to this say. >> i've never told them not to vote for me. they ought to vote for me. i'm over their campaign and sending resources. we have limited resources. >> trump did not limit his attack to kasich on politics. the donald also went after his eating habits. >> did you see him? he has a news conference every time when he is eating. i have never seen a human being eat in such a disgusting fashion. i'm always telling my young son barron and with all of my kids, all of them, children, small, little bites. small. this guy takes a pancake and shoving it in his mouth! it's disgusting! do you want that for your president? i don't think so. >> well, the kasich campaign fired back tweeting, we were looking for some trump steaks for the governor, but no
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meanwhile, the cruz campaign says former candidate carly fiorina is on his short list for vp. another win tonight for clinton could firmly put the race in her corner. they both appeared on nbc town halls last night. >> we are the stronger campaign in taking on donald trump or any other republican candidate and i think that most democrats out there, more than anything, correctly so, want to make sure that some right wing republican doesn't become president of the united states. we are running as hard as we can to win this thing. my job is get as many delegates as possible and try to win the nomination for president. >> i'm winning because of what i stand for and what i run and what my idea are. i am ahead in the votes. i am way ahead in the votes. i have the greatest respect for senator sanders but, re
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now saying just doesn't add up. i have 2.7 million more votes than he has. i have more than 250 more pledged delegates. i'm very proud of the campaign that we have run and the support we have gotten. >> well, things got heated on the subject of whether sander and his supporters would back clinton if she gets the nomination. >> if we end up losing, and i hope we do not, and if secretary clinton wins, it is incumbent upon secretary clinton to reach out, not only to my supporters, but to all of the american people with an agenda. >> i did not put down conditions. i didn't say, you know what? if senator obama does x, y, and z, maybe i'll support him. i said i am supporting senator obama. from the time i withdrew and until the time i nominated him, i nominated him at the convention in denver. i spent and enormous amount of time convincing my supporterso
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that is what i think one does. that is certainly -- >> msnbc will have complete election coverage and analysis of today's vote starting at 5:00 p.m. eastern. johnny football to be indicted. former heisman trophy winner johnny manziel is expected to be formally indicted by a grand jury today on a misdemeanor assault charge against his ex-girlfriend. he is accused of hitting crowley multiple times during an argument she says included manziel dragging her into his car. manziel was cut by the cleveland browns in march after two tumultuous seasons and fired by his second agent in three months last week. a.p. reported manziel's attorney saying prosecutors told him a charge was coming. in a statement, bob hinton says, we are going to treat this like any other case. in my judgment, we would have to to deal with this. manziel released a statement to the media last week
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of the issues in front of me right now so i can focus what i have to do if i want to play in 2016. i also continue to be thankful to those who really know me and support me. a grand jury heard arguments in manziel's case on thursday. a formal announcement on the finalized indictment is expected later today. severe storms they moved through michigan on monday, producing strong winds, hail, heavy rain and lightning. and, today, parts of the midwest are on high alert for a potentially dangerous outbreak of tornadoes. it's getting serious out there. let's turn to nbc meteorologist bill karins. >> you know it's severe when the schools are canceling classes. nebraska to texas. it's providing nasty went-like weather in areas of the four corner region. this area is our moderate to strong risk of storms from about lincoln, nebraska, southward. go from san antonio to
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severe weather likely. the area of greatest concern, of course, is the area that has the most risk of tornadoes and that will be as we go through the afternoon hours from southern nebraska, a good chunk of central kansas and then a good chunk of central oklahoma. tornado alley, heads-up from tulsa to wichita. the area in the red is 3.6 million people. the thing that is different we have a chance of even some strong tornadoes today. we are not sure if we are getting the long-track tornadoes see a few that are strong and those are the most deadly. 3:00 p.m., everything looks fairly innocent still. by the time we get to 4:00 or 5:00 p.m. and we will see some of the storms moving through the heart of areas at risk, central kansas and central oklahoma. that is your national weather. here is a closer look at your day ahead. as far as dallas and san antonio goes, it looks like we are going to see the strong storms for you throughout the early evening hours and hail and wind damage your biggest threat and areas i
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today won't have great weather with a lot of rain and storms from connecticut to delaware. active weather all around. dangerous afternoon. >> stay a alert. thank you for that. hundreds gathered in 54 in north carolina's legislature yesterday. demonstrators staged a sit-in commonly referred to as the bathroom bill passed last month for prohibiting transgender people to use the bathroom that aligns with their gender identity and does away with many lgbt protections in the state. prefers gathered outside the state legislature and prayed and sang civil rights strong. these two are the latest to cancel performances in north. to the latest on the gruesome killing rampage in ohio. intriguing new information as authorities remain on the hunt for the
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responsible for killing eight members of a single family. a law enforcement official with knowledge of the investigation now tells nbc the marijuana found in the homes of the victims were not for personal use. the prosecutor tells msnbc one of the grow operations was inside and included more than a hundred plants. the other two operations were found outside. the state's attorney general say she still don't have a motive for the slaying. the hunt for those responsible continues. a tragic death in singer kid rock's inner circle. an assistant was killed overnight in memphis. rock began looking for 30-year-old michael sash sa mony morning. they have determined the death was accidental. kid said, myself, the band, our family and friends and coworkers are devastated over this loss.
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stalking case of former espn reporter erin andrews. according to her attorney, andrews has settled her lawsuit against the nashville hotel where she was secretly videotaped naked by a peephole by a stalker. the conditions of the settlement is confidential. her stalker pleaded guilty to secretly filming her and served more than two years in prison. last month, a jury awarded andrews $28 million in damages from her stalker and more than $26 million from the hotel's local franchise owner and operator. andrews' attorneys filed papers in late march arguing that the totally should pay the full $55 million. meet the kid funding his own adoption straight ahead. plus a bother's bond that goes deep and far. you're watching "early today." today." ♪
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settle a civil rights lawsuit filed about the the family of tamir rice. the 12-year-old was shot and killed by an officer at a rec center in 2014. officers respond to do a 911 call with a person with gun but never told the gun might be a toy. the settlement wrongful death lawsuit ever paid out by the city comes months after a grand jury declined to indict the officers involved. under the terms of the agreement, the city admits no wrongdoing. a 16-year-old boy and his brother completed a journey of a lifetime on monday. they finished 111-mall walk through michigan. hunter gandy carried his brother for all of it but the last half mile. he did to bring attention to cerebral palsy. in 2014, hunter carried braden for 40 miles and last year they journeyed 57 miles. a boy in missouri has raised over
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lemon stand. he is funding his own adoption. 9-year-old has been living with his foster mom the past four years but the family hopes to make it official. funds raised will go toward legal fees. coming up, kevin durant speaks his mind about mark cuban and it gets ugly lp and a bad break for chris paul. details next. s paul. details next. and a bad break for chris paul. details next. and a bad break for chris paul. details next. r chris paul. details next. . .
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in sports, it was a rough night for chris paul and his clippers. paul broke a bone in his right hand on this play. he injured the hand while defending portland's henderson on a layup. angry paul left the game and no telling when he'll be back. teammate blake griffin believed he tweaked his quad and 50/50 to play in wednesday's game five. the clippers won to even the series at two apiece. next up, mavs and thunder game five. russell westbrook 36 points and 12 rebounds and 9 assists and led the way. kevin durant added 33. 118-104, oklahoma city eliminated. after the game, a press conference -- >> were you aware of mark cuban's comments before the game when he said kevin was the only
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do you react to that? >> hold on. he's an idiot. don't listen to him. he's an idiot. that's all we have to say about that. he's an idiot. next question. >> no response yet from mark cuban but you can be sure he will have one. tom brady has to sit out the first four games of the season after a federal appeals court reinstated his suspension. reversed a judge's decision that criticized the nfl's decision to claim that the patriots purposely deflated footballs. brady maintains he did nothing wrong and disappointed in the ruling. big names join the cast of nbc's live production of "hairspray." that's coming up. you're watching "early today." you're watching "early today." uh huh. yeah...sorry about that. ♪ think about it ♪ there must be higher love ♪ down in the heart what do you think? ♪ and in the stars above hi ted, glad you could join
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laser light saber skills and warned there from one of the stormtrooper stunt man. the rock johnson proves he is a really-life hero. while filming baywatch he heard a fan wanted to meet him. until letting the fan wait 12 hours. he asked them to hold production and meat his teary mom. stay strong, ryan and thanks for teaching me how to sign language. so wonderful. thousands gathered in new orleans as a purple-draped coffin was marched through in a second-line parade honoring prince. dubbed the purple rain day parade, many attendees said the icon would have loved this tribute to this. december's live production of a "hairspray."
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that breaking news, a quadruple shooting in prince george's county overnight. we've learned at least one person has lost her life. >> angie goff is at the live desk with the latest. >> we do have new video we just got in. good morning, everyone. this is out in forestville in the 6500 block of hill mar drive. police still there after responding to a shooting. they tell us that when they got there, they found a female who had been shot. she died on the scene. three other men were shot, too. aaron, you mentioned this was a quadruple shooting. four people shot. one is in critical condition at the hospital. police telling us that they're still trying to figure out who
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back to you. coming up on 4:27 right now. good morning, i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. chuck spell hebell is here. a little quawarmer this morning. >> we'll be back into the 80s this morning but one or two strong storms conditions be ruled out about 3w6 the cooler weather settles on in. it's a mild morning. temperatures are some 15 to 20 degrees warmer now than we were yesterday morning. we're mostly in the mid-60s. nothing on storm team 4 radar just yet, but there are thundershowers across northern ohio and northwestern pennsylvania, that is all gradually coming our way this afternoon. so before they get here, enjoy the mild weather. mid-60s out the door early this morning, mid-80s for highs today. 'l
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thunderstorm chances coming up. melissa mollett, good tuesday morning to you. >> good tuesday morning. do have road work on 395 just like yesterday, so in the northbound lanes at duke, left lane gets by the work zone. and southbound after seminary, the two left lanes getting by the work zone there. otherwise looking pretty good. big look at the beltway, everything is moving along just fine. inner loop and outer loop, the bottom of the beltway has cleared out of the way. of 6 a 66 and 95 rolling along just fine. 270 at shady grove, no worries. how to decision 2016. polls open in five states in just a few hours including maryland. voters will weigh in on more than the race for the republican and democratic presidential nominee's. >> maryland's u.s. senate seat and school boards will be decided today. the big congressional races we'll be tracking for you are in districts four, six and eight. now, ourbc
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indicates most maryland residents will vote for the presidential front runners today. maryland has a closed primary, that means only registered republicans and democrats can vote in their respective races. donald trump leads ted cruz by about six percentage eithpoints. and lk leads bernie sanders by 17 points. and we conducted our poll in the early part of april. it has a margin of error of 3.5 points. now to some of the local races we'll be watching starting with the u.s. senate seat. representati represent donna edwards and chris van hollen top the race. our poll shows van hollen with a slight lead. senator mikulski is retiring after five terms. in the congressional district votes, fourth district, all three of the
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glenn ivey, anthony brown, and jocelyn pena-melnyk are the frontrunners. and sixth district, there are eight challengers and it spans from potomac to gaithersburg and garrett county. eight republican candidates are running to unseat democratic in-cuin incumbe in-consume bhent. and incumbent. and in the eighth, the most expensive house race in the nation. van hollen giving up this seat to run for the senate. three democratic candidates top the list. jamie raskin, kathleen matthews and david trone. our coverage of today's votes continue on the nbc washington app. be sure to open it up to learn more about why residents in maryland will vote on paper ballots plus if you need to find out where your polling place is, we have a link to a poll finder, just search polling places. weather and traffic on th

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