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on the one hand, you got to feel kind of sorry about the kind of campaign he's running. don't you? >> a lot of stuff has come out since you vote. can you change youre donald trump. >> with almost 27 million votes already cast, the caidate's closing arguments heat up as time is short. fuel prices at the gas pump and even the airport are about to go a whole lot higher following this deadly explosion. is california on the brink of pushing the rest of the nation towards legalized marijuana neighborhood, some of the biggest stars in the world came out to honor our bravest and their families. plus, we are headed for a
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showdown. >> good morning, everyone, i'm ayman mohyeldin. >> i'm frances rivera. >> you thought the last stretch was calmer? in fact, less than a week to go, both candidates are making their closing arguments in battle grounds across the country. hillary clinton unleashing a fresh offensive in trying to rally a key demographic. that of women. >> on the one hand, you have to feel sorry about the campaign he's running. he sure has spent a lot of time demeaning, degrading, insulting and assaulting women. he does not have the temperament to be our commander-in-chief. so think how you'll feel if there was something you could have done but didn't on november the th if this, if this doesn't work. >> and she made these intense comments after a protester in
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calling her husband a rapist. >> you know, i am sick and tired of the negative, dark, divisive, dangerous vision and behavior of people who support donald trump. >> but clinton had plenty of help with surrogates, fanning out across the country, attempting to refocus the narrative on trump and making their best effort to move past the fbi inquiry. in fact the clinton camp says supporters are donated over million to her campaign just in the three days since the fbi director james comey announced the bureau's reignited inquiry. meanwhile, donald trump remains on message, he's going after clinton for the recent fbi news tying her to obamacare, reaching out to disaffected democratic voters who he says may feel buyers remorse. >> reporter: this is a message for any democratic voter who
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for hillary clinton and who are having a bad case of buyers remorse. in other words, you want to change your vote. a lot of stuff has come out since your vote. so if you live here or in michigan or pennsylvania or minnesota, those four places, you can change your vote to donald trump, we'll make america great again. to go, both clinton and trump are infusing millions of dollars in new ads set to air in key swing states between now and election day. this morning, over 26 million voters have now cast their early ballots compared to 13.5 million that took part in early voting and this in 2012. florida alone has seen an increase in 1.8 million votes this election cycle. according to a survey arc
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clinton. >> that explains why trump has visited the state of florida more times than any other state. holding events if florida 32 times since june. ohio, pennsylvania, north carolina and colorado were also heavily visited by the republican nominee. as for clinton, florida topped her list as well, new york where her campaign headquarters is located. ohio, pennsylvania and north carolina also ranked among her top visited battleground as well election not changed since a recent clinton fbi news? nbc's political director chuck todd brings us more. >> now, with the fbi investigation reignited, it's possible that clinton's path to 270 nor rowed. this was the battleground map before the fbi announce p, clinton looked like she was over 270. now, let me walk you through it. the tossup state that moved the most in her direction is nevada. after that everything else is moving from her column to
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hampshire, colorado, wisconsin seem to be those states that have moved into tossup. suddenly she's below 270. she need a path to 270. trump meanwhile feels food about georgia, arizona, utah, the republican vote is coming home. what does that mean for him? well, there is a path for him. florida, north carolina, ohio, iowa, look where that would put him. 259. he still needs another state. i don't buy colorado for him. that's still in the blue column. he still need to break through the big blue wallth mid-west, michigan, pennsylvania seem out of reach. wisconsin may be out of reach, too. without it. he doesn't have a path. with it, he can get to 270. >> as the old saying goes, it ain't over until it's over, it's the world series that everyone hoped for. game 7. the cubs were able to fend off elimination. the time behind some hot hitting. it started in the 1st with this kris bryant homer. russell followed that up two
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slam to deep center field. he tied six rbis on the night t. cubs go on to win tying up the series at three apiece and as you know, the deciding game seven tonight in cleveland, all eyes will be watching that. >> a whole lot of those eyes. there is new fallout following that deadly gas pipeline explosion in alabama. industry experts predict an uptick in prices at the pump. plus, gas shortages in the east impact millions. colonial is the company that owns the pipeline. fromition to the gas for cars major airports in the northeast and even some u.s. military bases. the pipeline stretches from texas to new york delivering fuel to about 40% of the east coast. monday's blast killed one and injured five. authorities say a contract worker hit a gas line triggering the explosion. alabama's governor issued a statement of emergency. a full investigation into the blast is ongoing. >> for the first time in more than two years, iraqi troops
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special forces advanced into the second largest city despite fierce resistance from isis fighters. matt bradley joins us live from iraq. >> reporter: ayman, as you can see, authorities hunting the rain a little here in northern iraq, we are about an hour east of mosul, where the iraqi security forces are facing stiff resistance from isis. it's been one day since they managed to actually penetrate into mosul city limits. now, that's a an important but symbolic new step. because now, they're going to be facing weeks of probably blistering resistance from isis in very difficult street-by-street fighting and isis will be using all of their usual dirty tricks. suicide bombings, booby trapped houses and a sinister new ploy, that's civilians, the 1.2 million sichl civilians in mosul the islamic state used them to
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airstrikes that have devastated them in the past and previous fights. now we also know the islamic state has been forcibly moving civilians from outside mosul into the city again to array them around their positions and to physically dare the coalition to bomb these civilians. so these are going to be a difficult couple weeks ahead as the iraqi security forces try to finally push isis out of mosul. >> a scary situation there for the civilians in the weeks ahead. thanks, for scary new video from zimbabwe is making its way around the dploevenlt a couple was swimming in a pool at a private residence where they were surprised by a crocodile that dove in after them t. man instantly leaps out of the water. he goes after the woman, biting her several times. luckily, she is able to get out of the pool without being seriously hurt. wild life officials think the crock wasn't necessarily looking for something to eat, rather
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from the swimmers. how difficult is that to see that happening in your back yard. you know, travel season is just around the corner, people are looking for good deem. how does $39 sound for a ticket from chicago to ft. lauderdale? time is short. we got all the details straight ahead. >> first, bill karins, the weather is perfect for game six. there will be a game seven all eyes are on that. >> here's the rain breaking out already in iowa. le first pitch will be occurring after 8:00 this evening. we are completely clear. clear skies. clouds will be moving in during the game. this is midnight. if the game takes three-and-a-half hours, we'll be fine. if it goes late into extra, extra innings, that could be an issue. as of now, it looks like the forecast will be warm, unusually
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on tonight. i got the indians tonight, chris. >> oh, bill, come on. >> these people here got big fans. >> the cubs made it such a big game. we'll see you tomorrow morning. just united states, vladimir putin has microsoft directly in his crosshairs. a protester has heavy equipment and shot with a in the process. find out why. that's next. ith a taser in the s find out why. that's next. the fiery tissue left her nose sore and red. so dad slayed the problem with puffs plus lotion, instead. puffs have pillowy softness for dakota's tender nose.
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cult leader's daughter money and manipulation of the south korean president. >> certainly one way to get some attention there. leading the news on, putin wants to push microsoft out of battles with the u.s. as a part of the ongoing tensions of russia and the u.s., the kremlin is forming a plan to ban software and starting by replacing microsoft products with russian-made ones. that's according to a senior u.s. intellige putin is going after microsoft due to the name recognition and due to they can be convinced microsoft works with the government. they say they don't collude on spying. they've say the hackers previously linked to the russian government and the united states, a political hack exploited clogged the windows program in a recent cyber attacks. pope francis told reporters
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fast forwarding into your wednesday, opening statements could be considered today in the trial of a former police officer in north carolina charged with murder in the shooting death of unarmed driver walter scott. >> that shooting you may recall was captured on shocking cell phone video. jet blue has a solution for those of you the season. the airline is offering prices as low as $39 for travel between november 9th, the day after election day and february 28th. but you only have until midnight tonight to book it, so tart planning. today, taco bell will be handing out free doritos nation
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three, you can guess what happened. can tuesday election actually be marijuana? >> nine states have it on the ballot. it could be the tipping point toward legal cannabis. nbc's harry smith explains. >> this is breakfast made with mothers of red -- j jennifer tehada is wourd about election day. >> this is the reason for prop 64, because her state is voting for the legalization of recreational marijuana. prevalent and more challenging for our kids to say no. >> reporter: california, arizona, nevada, massachusetts and maine all have legal cannabis on the ballot, potentially joining legal marijuana states, oregon, washington, colorado and alaska. >> everybody knows anyone that wants it can get it today. >> reporter: gavin newsome says it's time to stop criminalizing
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>> i don't want to see african-americans and latino, i don't want to see them arrested. >> reporter: if you are 21 and older, you can buy marijuana from a licensed vendor, no questions asked. and you can grow your own. up to six plants per home. >> that worries jennifer tejada, along with being a million. >> i love. >> you is a police chief in the bay area. >> i think we're going to have a lot of people driving under the influence of marijuana a. lot more traffic collisions where >> but polls show a huge shift from just ten years ago, today a majority of americans want pot legalized. red state, blue state? maybe green is the color to watch on election night harry smith, nbc news, san francisco. >> just ahead, is president obama the nation's leading feminist? plus, the stars are out for one of the biggest events of the year, raising money and awareness for our wounded
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good morning. i''s what's coming up on "live at daybreak"...a late night crash closes part of i-43 near brown deer road.who police found inside the car, and why they may have been trying to get away.also... six days until the presidential election.the high-profile surrogates in
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good morning. i'm susan kim. i'm vince vitrano.let's start off with a check on the weather... with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday' s highs were near 70, typical for june 1st, not november 1st, plus it was sunny with a light breezeerfection. clouds increased overnight with the


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