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it's wednesday, may 4th. coming up on "early today," ted drops out as the donald wins in indiana and becomes the republican's likely nominee but a bernie win is another thorn in hillary's side. possible new details surrounding the final hours leading up to prince's death. the military has identified the navy s.e.a.l. with the infamous grandfather who was killed in a firefight with isis tir terrorists and takata airbag recall gets bigger. thanks for joining us, i'm betty nguyen. the world is waking up to the realization that donned trump has defeat 16 challengers to become the likely republican mi
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day and evening and year, and never have been through anything like this, but it's a beautiful thing to watch and a beautiful thing to behold and we are going to make america great again. >> trouncing his republican opponents in the hoosier state, trump's lead was enough to place him within just 200 delegates of the nomination and that brought ted cruz's campaign to a sudden and abrupt end. >> from the beginning, i've said that i would continue on as long as there was a viable path to victory. tonight, i'm sorry to say, it appears that path has been foreclosed. >> some of cruz's supporters did not take this news very well. >> i've been working in the republican party
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i have always, always gotten behind whoever won. it is the first time ever i will not be able to do that! >> this morning cruz will be waking up at home in houston, texas, but not before accidentally elbowing his wife heidi shortly after suspending his campaign. earlier trump attacked cruz and his miami for what trump said was a roll in jfk's assassination but trump quickly reversed his tone after his win, thanking cruz for the well-fought contest. >> just so you understand, ted cruz, i don't know if he likes me or if he doesn't like me, but he is one hell of a competitor. he is a tough, smart guy. and he has got an amazing future. he's got an amazing future. so i want to congratulate ted. >> and rnc chairman reince priebus went to twitter hailing trump as
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presumptive nominee. john mccain said until someone has 1,237 bound delegates there is no presumptive nominee. california, here we come. only kasich remains in the fight having won only his home state of ohio. with a slew of state under trump's belt, kasich's chances of contesting a rnc. he makes the road ahead more challenging. we will continue to seek opponents to oppose his nomination and draw a clear line between him and the values of the conservative cause. front pages across the country are also mourning indiana's results. the new york "daily news" cover shows a picture of a gop elephant in a coffin but some establishment republicans are opening up to trump. john mccain said he would now advise the likely republican nominee on foreign policy if asked. mississippi governor and cruz backer phil bryant a
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party unity. and while the republican fight for the nomination is all but sealed, remarkably, it's the democratic contest that is still influx. bernie sanders pulled off an upset in indiana and beat hillary clinton by single digits after clinton largely abandoned the state last week and pulling ad dollars and staff and gave sanders 45 new delegates to on clinton's 38. while sanders' win gives his campaign new life, clinton, like trump, is now just 200 delegates away from clenching the democratic nomination. the clinton camp remains fixed on the general election with campaign chair don podesta saying throughout this campaign, donald trump has demonstrated he is too divisive and lacks the temperament to lead our nation and the free world. with so much at stake, donald trump is too big of a risk. hillary clinton has proven that she has the strength to keep us safe and in an uncertain world
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a. the campaign is fund-raising off trump's likely nomination tweeting donald trump is the presumptive gop nominee. chip in now if you agree. we can't let him become president. senator elizabeth warren had very strong words for the gop tweeting, quote, there is more enthusiasm for donald trump among leaders of the kkk than leaders of the political party he now controls. with clinton and trump assured almost to go against one another in the general election, it will be the first election in history that pits the most unlikable candidates of each party against each other. and donald trump will be matt and savannah's guest on later on "today" and you don't want to miss pj. joining me is best selling author ellison henderson. >> no one thought it could happen, least of all donald trump. >> in the beginning you didn't think he would get the delegate. >> i got to tell you, i plead guilty. find me someone who thought he
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i think he was as shocked as anyone when this thing started gaining momentum. by the end, he thought he deserved it. >> what does it say about voters, especially those in indiana, want for their next president? >> you know, it is not so much about ideology. we thought america was divided liberal and conservative and red/blue. it seems like the division is more about attitude and donald did such a good job, expressing that attitude of so many people are feeling. >> he had to pull the curtain back and shows you what is going on when running for president. he showed you the good, the ugly, the bad running a campaign. were you surprised that ted cruz announced he is suspending his campaign? after all this talk of a contested convention over and over again? >> it's a year of surprises. you've got to say that. yeah. i don't think this time yesterday many people were expecting that. he seemed like he wanted to keep going. he did seem to have the money to
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keep going. i mean, he is right. there really wasn't a viable path to the nomination. but no, i think he ran out of emotional gas, i guess. >> do you think cruz supporters will rally around trump? >> that lady we heard from a moment ago -- >> so upset. >> represents something. listen. we know historically that in the end, most of the little ducklings swim back home, right? that will be true of the bernie supporters on the democratic side and the cruz supporters on the republican side. but, you know, it's a process. there are stages of grief we always talk about. >> right. they are in effect now, right? >> i think three or four at this point. >> thank you, ellis. we are learning more with the u.s. navy s.e.a.l. killed in an attack against isis fighters. he is identified as charles keating iv, grandson of charles keating jr. who was involved in a savings and loan skajed in the late 1980s. charlie keating seen here with his fiaee
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athlete at indiana university where he ran track and crosscountry. they say he was shot by isis terrorists during a large-scale attack north of mosul. arizona governor doug ducey has ordered all flags in the state flown at half-staff today. he released a statement saying our state and nation are in mourning today over the loss of a u.s. servicemen and one of america's finest. new reporting from the minneapolis star tribune says prince died one day before he was scheduled to meet with a california doctor in an attempt to end an addiction to painkillers. according to an attorney working with doctors howard and andrew cornfield, national known researchers, they hoped that prince would agree to go to california for supervisized long-term care. prince was found dead when andrew cornfield arrived at prince's paisley park home to meet with him. prince's sister tyka
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report. nbc news has not verified the report. the investigation into prince's death remains ongoing. let's shift gears and get a check of the weather here with meteorologist bill karins who is here for that. this week has been kind of rough. >> we have to hand out vitamin d. at this point. back of sunshine in many areas of the northeast and mid-atlantic and that continues this morning. another batch of light rain heading up over new york city this morning and it's in new england. then there is a reinforcing storm now moving through areas of chicago and towards indianapolis with some rain. we are heading into a weather pattern that is called a blocky weather pattern. this is what we call it omega block. a lot of great weather in the middle of the country and two storms. one on each coast. the weather can't really move as it typically does from the west-to-east. what you see is what you get over the next couple of days. unfortunately, for the east coast, that is going to mean more kind of rainy and gloomy weather and periods of light rain and even into the weekend. slow improvement over the weekend
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improvement for mother's day. cool temperatures throughout the southeast. how about the milled of the country? the great weather is here. temperature today in phoenix, 102! rapid city 86 thursday and minneapolis 85 on friday. so omega blocks aren't bad for everybody. just depends on where you're located. that is your national weather. now here is a closer look at your day ahead. the cool damp gloomy weather pattern continues for the northeast. it won't be a soaking type day but there will be periods of light rain and definitely drizzle out there. how about the gorgeous weather developing in the middle of the country? how about 81 for you and sunny in dallas? you're in the wrong position in this weather pattern. >> i know. i need to be in dallas, apparently, right? it's 81 and sunny. thank you. it is the third leading cause of death behind cancer and heart disease. can you guess what it is? 60,000 residents evacuated as wildfires rage on. you're watching "early today."
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welcome back, everybody. an entire city in canada was forced to evacuate last night. a massive wildfire ripped through the city of ft. mcmurray and sending the town of 61,000 to flee for their lives and even firefighters were told to back down as high temperatures and high wind fueled the fame and help from the army and air force is expected in the coming days. a hospital hor errror stori. medical errors in hospital are thehird leading cause in the u.s. behind heart disease and cancer. the errors claim 250,000 lives every year. that includes everything from bad doctors to communication breakdowns. a terrifying incident in berlin. gusty winds and hot air balloon out of control. the 20 passengers had to crouch inside the basket to keep from falling out! luckily, no one was injured. but several people were treated for shock. a boy in finland is now 10,000 dollars richer after
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hacking at facebook instagram. yep, the 10-year-old hasn't reached the age required to get a facebook account but the company rewarded him nimpany wa. he found a flaw that allowed texters to post to users. one of the most famous images in u.s. history. the marines there are looking at new evidence who raised that flag at iwo jima. two flag raising that day on the island off of japan a few hours apart. the iconic image of the six american service member raising the flag that inspired the marine corps memorial had john bradley. new but new evidence said upon looking closer bradley may not have been the famous six men identified by the military seven decade ago. the marine corps says it's looking into the new evidence of its most famous image. a couple of fantastic finishes ahead in sports to show you. and it is
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north of the border. miami up three. 3.3 second remaining. toronto ball. ian eagle with the call. >> half-court heave. a prayer at the buzzer! oh, kyle lowry, he hits it! >> look at that. that was lowry's only three-pointer of the night and send the game into o.t. in the extra period, the heat up three again. dwyane wade able to come up with the steal and miami steals the game. let's stay in toronto and check out this. lowry's buzzer-beater happened at 10:30 p.m. exactly one minute later. >> continuing to play. he hits this one, deep left field. desmond is there but has no play. >> what a beauty. the blue jays do what the raptors could not and that is win in extras. back to the court now. the warriors still without star steph curry. they were down by as many as 17 and trailed by 11 to start the fourth but they were able
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get to entertainment news today. taylor swift stunned on the met gala red carpet in a mini. she continued to show off her fashion later on instagram posting after the after party is, well, this. stylish and delicious. pizza! make is nine for eddie murphy. he and long time girlfriend indicate butcher welcomed a new baby girl to the world tuesday this morning. this is eddie's ninth child but first with butcher. his other eight children from previous marriages range from 9 to 26 years of age. listen up. one rock festival, six legendary acts all coming together for three days in october. we are talking about bob dylan, the rolling stones, paul mccartney, neil young and the who and roger waters of pink floyd are headlining the event that is being titled desert trip. two acts wil
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festival. tickets go on sale monday and start at 199 for a single day and over $1500 for a three-day standing pit pass! listen and look at this. former model gisele bundchen and along with other cuban stars with 'cchanel's 2016 cruise lin. it is an international hot spot. as michael strahan prepares to exit "live" after next week, the hunt is on for a new co-host to share the stage with kelly ripa. the first guest will be abc late night host jimmy kimmel. on "the tonight show" jimmy fallen played a game of frozen blackjack with chris evans. it's like regular blackjack
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breaking news this morning is how we start the show. 270 is shut down at 109. what you have to do is get off on 109, take it over to 355 down to 121 and back to 270. we are stopped here because of a crash that happened just a short time ago. take a live look at 270, everyone getting off at old hundred road. we have brand new video of the crash and more details on it. we'll head over to the live desk for that. thank you, melissa. we want to show you the new video from clarksburg of this terrible crash.
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like it's being loaded onto the truck there from what we can tell. this is the situation that the investigators have been working for the last three hours or so. all southbound lanes were closed between 109 and 121. this obviously involves the limo bus there, a car carrier, at least one person pulled from one of the vehicles. hearing about minor injuries but no official word yet on whether or not this was a fatal crash. kristin is on the way to the scene with a live report coming up. aaron? angie, thank you. 4:27 now, good morning, i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. me meteorologist chuck bell is here with the latest on the forecast. >> we have cloudy skies and periods of rain from time to time. unlike the last couple of days, we won't see any midday breaks of sunshine. it's storm team 4 day taking
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platforms. you can follow us, do a facebook chat over the last hour, a lot of cool stuff added helping to plan out your weather day. another rainy day or three still in front of us. some saturday sunshine but there may be a chance for a shower coming up on mother's day. we'll time that out for you in a little bit. for now, not any heavy rain out there, just light rain, clouds and sprinkles with temperatures in the mid-50s right now. we're going to squeak our way into the lower 60s. we'll break this down coming up hour by hour in the next few minutes. back to you. check out this new video out of canada where evacuations are underway in fort mcmurray. you can see the smoke raising into the sky there. the whipping winds made it worse. many neighborhoods have already been destroyed. more firefighters are being
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desk. with a heavy heart, but with boundless optimism for the long-term future of our nation, we are suspending our campaign. >> and with that concession, donald trump becomes the likely republican presidential nominee. trump called senator ted cruz's choice to drop out, quote, brave. governor john kasich of ohio tweeted that texas was lucky to have a leader like him. cruz told voters in indianapolis yesterday his campaign left it, quote, all on the field but that he had no path to the nomination. now trump's delegate toll stands at 1,055 this morning. he needs fewer than 200 additional delegates to earn the republican nomination. a different story for the democrats, bernie sanders upset hillary clinton beating her in indiana's democic
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that adds 47 delegates to sanders' total. clinton has 92% of the delegates needed to take the democratic nomination and is nearly 800 delegates ahead of sanders. now the kasich campaign now speaking out about what is next for the ohio governor. we'll have more on that plus what is ahead for senator sanders when edward lawrence joins us at 4:45. new video this morning to show the moment a man is taken into custody by d.c. police after stabbing a metro bus driver, hijacking the bus and then hitting and killing a pedestrian. police say the man attacked the driver with needle-nose pliers. the driver managed to get off the bus. then he drove a short distance before crashing the bus into a gas station parking lot where he allegedly hit 40-year-old anthony payne who later died. neighbors say he was a kind and helpful person. >> he was a nice


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