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welcome to "the race". i am mike sacks . million votes have already been cast with millions and millions more expected to hit the polls on tuesday. what's happening just days before the election? the fbi surprise became hillary clinton's pain. this has caused her sizable lead to decrease. >> if donald trump were to win this election we would have a commander-in-chief who is plainly out of his depth and whose ideas are incredibly dangerous. >> the political leadership of the department of justice is
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clinton and is interfering with the fbi's criminal investigation . >> the big guns are come on -- coming out as well. melania trump came out on thursday. 3 this is a movement. >> while president obama talks up closeted -- clinton's strengths -- >> she understands the policy. she understands how the world works. >> vice president biden hopeful statement if she wins. >>they will be emboldened to start to react positively if we win back the senate. >> reporter: republican senator richard burr fighting for his political life in north carolina said it's necessary to do anything he can do to lock
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nomination to the judicial -- supreme court. this is just days before the election. the unemployment rate is under 5% and hourly rages grew what the -- wages grew at the largest at the 2009. is this enough to keep donald trump from having an october -- surprise? >> for the last - low volume ] >> for some working-class voters in ohio it really comes down to the candidates they feel will best protect workers. for others, it's about the candidates that they connect with. to i had an obama sign eight years ago and -- >> i had an obama sign eight years ago and he won. >> reporter: a lifelong union member decided to put this sign up for one reason. >> hillary is prounion. >> reporter: it's a feeling he
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>> union is for higher wages. donald trump says he is for higher wages. why is he anti-union? it don't make sense. reporter but that's not what matters to michael hanna, semitruck driver. >> -- >> reporter: that's not what matters to michael hanna, a semitruck driver. he has created a connection. >> he tells it the way it is. with hillary among democrats -- and the democrats, they tell you what you want to hear and that's it. >> it's significant. >> reporter: a political science professor in ohio says the relate ability factor could have a big impact on how the state's working-class votes. those voters usually sway democratic. that's in part from unions mobilizing their members. he says that could be changing. >> over time we have actually seen a lot of union voters aren't always voting pocketbook issues. social issues can make a
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in the past. >> reporter: voices have been concerned. >> there's a little bit of hesitancy to support the democratic party because they had been voting for democrats and things haven't always gotten better. trump has a really found a way to resonate with these voters. >> reporter: as trump connects with the working fast folder, he says trump is losing college- educated voters who typically voted republican. this is making ohio battleground than ever before. >> as we get closer and closer to election day, we are seeing more and small polls with clinton and trump title close to it. we are a week away -- a week away from election day, hillary clinton was at 47.5% to donald trump's 45.3% of calling -- according to the realclear politics average. will those numbers stick until today?
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one week out in 2004, george w. bush was up by an average of 2.3 points over john kerry. which ended up winning by 2.4 points. -- resident bush ended up winning by 2.4.. obama was beating mccain by the actual -- one half point below the actual margin of victory. obama was ahead of that romney by 3.9%. don't expect clinton to blow her lead this late in the game. then again, almost every day on the clinton-trump campaign trails remind us how unprecedented this election season has been. from leaked emails to sexist videos to russian hacking to fbi surprises, the only thing that really seems predictable, even as close to election day is the unpredictable. here's a poll that neither candidate wants to see. they are really unpopular. 60% of likely voters now think clinton is unfavorable, 58% think the same thing about donald trump.
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unpopular resident -- presidential candidate since 1984. some people are trading their votes with other party so they don't have to vote for someone they don't really like. >> is a virtual handshake between voters in different states, putting some ohioans on age. -- on it. to i don't agree with it. i think it's wrong. reporter mark participant can sign up online or on their smart phs, for each other's candidates in their respective states so that their votes can make an impact. >> it sounds unsavory because anything that sounds like vote- rigging sound like someone is manipulating the system. >> reporter: but political annulus tom sutton says this is a practice that stands up in court. >> the fact of the matter is that it is a one-on-one transaction only involving two people. that in and of itself is a expression of speech, not in an eagle -- an illegal act. >> reporter: some are targeting
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>> if you are in ohio when you don't like trump or clinton, we have people that want to talk to that feel the same way. >> reporter: this site just launched last week and already has 3000 users. they expect to hit 10,000 before election day. the secretary of state's august says it's legal -- office says it's legal and as long as money is not involved -- >> -- that is avoiding the problem of buying about.
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russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. going to all 72 counties, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires,
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and work to build an economy that works for everyone. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message
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right now millions of us are choosing our health insurance for next year. so we checked out both candidate's plans for healthcare. >> healthcare is a big issue with open enrollment starting just a few days ago. donald trump and hillary clinton have different plans for higher coverage should work. first up, donald trump. >> obamacare means higher
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>> reporter: he says he will ask congress to convene a special session to repeal obamacare and then replace it with health savings accounts. those her account to put money into to use for health expenses later. he wants to increase competition by letting people buy insurance outside of their state. donald trump also says he will get rid of the health insurance requirement and he wants states to run their own medicaid programs. clinton would keep obamacare and expand it >> i'm going to fix it. i've laid out a series of actions that we can take to try to get those costs down. >> reporter: she said she will make sure the secretary of health and human services has authority to block or modify premium increases. she plans to cap prescription drug costs that you have to pay out-of-pocket. she wants more competition like donald trump does but says she will do it by adding a public option for government insurance. she says she'll also work with the governors to expand medicaid in all states. back to you might. they have set a lot to get your votes but how much of it
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check that out. there's nearly 300 fact checks for donald trump, more than clinton. politifact found 50% received the highest ratings -- 15% were rated shore mostly to. they found 34% of his statements to be false and 70% received their their worst rating of all, pants on fire. >> nearly 180,000 illegal immigrants with criminal records ordered deported from our country are tonight, roaming free to threaten peaceful citizens. >>, sing to make america safe again through immigration reform, donald trump made that claim about illegal immigrants during his exception beach in july. politifact looked through data and found that [ name
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indiscernible ] an estimated 20% had one criminal -- at least one terminal conviction. there's a lot of truth to the statement that's a little blip -- but there's a little bit more a information you need to know. from -- >> summer being monitored by law enforcement and some are not allowed to return to their country. little fact rated this claim mostly true. trumped tweeted this three fraud before and on election day. he offered no proof. politifact still looked into it. >> this would be on the watch. they are the ones most critical of donald trump's remarks worse during up concerned about the integrity of the electoral process. >> the instances of fraud are extremely rare which rates this
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highest ratings of true or mostly true during the debate. they also found more than 10% of consultants -- hillary clinton's to be false. 3% received the worst rating of all, pants on fire. >> director call me set my answers were truthful and it's consistent with what i've told the american people. >> clinton has dodged questions his entire election cycle about her use of the young -- unsecured server sounding that she sent thousands of emails on. the fbi was less than flattering on fbi findings but clinton told people in july that they backed her. >> she put words in the mouth of the fbi saying that they called her statements truthful. there's no backing for that. >> she misrepresented the fbi's findings and that 'the worst rating of pants on fire.
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pants on fire. >>at has a header that says top secret, secret, confidential . nothingi will repeat this and this is verified in the report, by the department of justice, none of the emails sent or received by me had such a header. >> clinton is correct that nothing a emails had a header signifying its classification status. chains that contain information determined to be classified, but none of the information was appropriately labeled. her claim gets a rating of mostly true. for the split in fact checked, i am jamison uhler.
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an economy rigged for the wealthy. and ron johnson's made it worse. johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, then went to washington and voted to protect corporate tax loopholes supported privatizing social security, which would hand billions to wall street, and wants to eliminate the federal minimum wage. senator johnson works for wall street, not us. senate majority pac is responsible
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we are back on "the race". check out with the candidates have been saying in the final days to get your votes. >> by the time you add up all of the people he consulted, that's more than half the population of the united states. >> she wants to blame everyone else for her mounting legal troubles, but she has really no one else to blame but herself. >> i am for republican -- it is time for republican voters to come home. come home and elect the trump -pence team >> i would rather be s&m. the polls are close. >> -- i would rather be honest vandamme. the polls are close. >> we are going to pretend we are down. >> do you know anybody who says they are thinking of voting for donald trump? i want you to stage an intervention. >> you can't trust hillary
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with our classified information. >>there may be distractions but we are not going to be distracted. that's why i am with you today. >>they have found new emails as part of the 650,000 emails just recently found. can you imagine 650,000? what do these people do? no one or nothing gets done in government work >> it doesn't matter -- government. >> it doesn't matter what those who you are voting for. couple that had been married for 57 years and they are voting for different candidates. >> hillary, very most -- very much so because i like her as a person. >> donald trump. >> he's a republican and she's a democrat. deal, right? >> i'm a republican and he's a democrat. >> that is wacky but this suburban philadelphia couple is those used in not reeing on
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dislikes, we are pretty opposite on most things. when we agree on the color, it's like, we agreed on that. >> it's time to celebrate. >> it's a high five. [ laughter ] >> we are individuals. people know we are together but they alnow we are not together. >> [ laughter ] >> ey consider her th sensible one. they consider me off-the-wall. >> anything serious, they come to me for advice because they know he just -- they don't care what he says. >> and this is what he says about clinton. >>i don't think the woman has the mentality or personality, the wherewithal to be president. >> do you want dinner tonight? [ laughter ] i don't think he has the personality and the patient's because -- patience because he just lies up a handle to easily.
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button that's what i'm afraid of. >> she has never held a job her whole life. >> she was a lawyer. she was secretary of state. >> in one place or another she's been in politics. who's going to bring us back to the way it was years ago? when i was a kid it was my country, right or wrong. i went in the military. u country, right or wrong. contract was a contract. it's not that way today. >> i wish it would go back to that too but i know we're not going to get back there. >> they are getting through this election the same way they get through everything else. >> i love him to death. >>she's a great old boy. >> [ laughter ] >> right or wrong, sometimes they get exasperated, but we keep a sense of humor and
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through a lot of this. >> my wife is very forgiving otherwise i would've been kicked to the curb. >> i'm glad he realizes that. [ laughter ] >> i hope they gave you a laugh, just like these candidates have given the late night communities a lot to laugh about. >> after this damage of the email controversy, win or lose, hillary clinton will only communicate from here on out by reason. >> you don't take about it work -- >> clinton has the sex scandal and now [ indiscernible ] his uncle was defeated by hillary's husband before his cousin beat
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story. >> at least you can vote. i'm british. i'm on the sidelines. to me this is just the most important season of the bachelor ever. >> for the first time since may russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. going to all 72 counties, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires, tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. i'll take on the rigged system. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message
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this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle. trump: blood coming out of her...wherever. he is not a person who is equipped in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops. donald trump has created a toxic atmosphere pitting one group against another. he's a mexican. the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. priorities usa action is responsible
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let's talk about the third- party candidates we had been tracking. >> mike, we've been telling you about libertarian candidate gary johnson and green pa this election. right now it does not look like they are going to pick up any electoral college votes but this guy might. evan mcmullen is a former cia operative, a business professional and house gop's chief policy director. mcmullen jumped into the race in august with the goal of offering refuge for republicans who are turned off by trump. right now he has a very wettable shot at winning utah's
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if he doesn't he would become the first third-party candidate to win a state since the late 60s. >> i do think that most begets and most racists are supporting donald trump in this campaign. he is doing everything he can through policy and tone to foment racial discord in this country and it really to divide us along racial lines and religious lines. seen mcmullen the national news recently because a trump supporter took it upon himself to blast the state of utw calls that were telling people not to vote for mcmullen because he is a closet homosexual and his mother is married to a woman. mcmullen says the recording is inaccurate. the trump campaign has denounced that call as well. mcmullen is currently polling at 30% in the state of utah. donald trump right now is at 32%. hillary clinton meal while is holding a 24% in the state of utah. were "the race", i am shannon
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before you go, will there be any last-minute surprises? will trump pull off a win?
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good morning--a scary moment for donald trump at a rally in nevada.. one night before he was cancelled a visit to the badger state..plus... with less than two days to go until election day.. v-p nominee tim kaine makes a milwaukee. and... a mother is mourning the death of her son after a crash on i-94.. that's all ahead, on live at daybreak. good morning to you... i'm julia fello... we have a lot to get to this morning.. but first.. here's meteorologist brian niznansky with a first check of your forecast. brian, we may see some record warmth today.
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yesterday. we may have a little bit of patchy fog in spots this morning with a heavy dew, but the sun will be back in full force. while enjoying blue skies again today with temperatures in the 60s and near 70 by this afternoon. today's record high of 69 degrees, set back in
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a scary moment for donald trump on stage at a rally in nevada...secret service agents rush trump off the stage after someone in the crowd yelled "gun". no weapon was found and trump came back on stage to continue his speech. the person who caused the disruption is defending himself this morning.. i agree with them on many different issues, but i just believe he is very dangerous for the country. so i just came with a sign. i literally just had one sign that said 'republicans against trump.'" the republican nominee will not be in west allis today as previously thought. trump was supposed to speak at state fair park this afternoon but canceled yesterday because of a scheduling conflict. trump has made a heavy push in the
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with less than two days to go until the election.. hillary clinton is again trying to appeal to younger voters. clinton held a rally in philadelphia last night with pop star katy perry. before introducing perry, clinton stressed the importance of voting on tuesday.. and praised the pop star's message of getting up after you get knocked down. after his motorcade is involved in a car accident.. hillary clinton's running mate tim kaine will be in milwaukee this morning. kaine will be at the milwaukee harambee coordinated office on out to vote tuesday. that event starts at 9 o'clock with the doors opening at 8. early in-person absentee voting ended yesterday in voting ended yesterday in milwaukee. both hillary clinton and donald trump are going prime-time tomorrow night.. on the eve of election day. both nominees will do a two-minute national tv commercial on two networks... including here on today's tmj4 during "the
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about working with whoever is elected the next president of the united states.ryan and donald trump have had a rocky relationship throughout trump's run for the white house. but.. ryan says if trump is elected he can work with him on issues like repealing the affordable care act. he says no matter who's elected.. he's not going anywhere. after tuesday you will either be working with a president clinton or president trump. will you be doing that as speaker?yes, i will be doing it as speaker. i've got a lot work lef says he will be spending the rest of his time helping the republican ticket in wisconsin between now and tuesday. be sure to watch a special edition of meet the press daily on m-s-n-b-c today at 4 o'clock. our own charles benson will join nbc's chuck todd to talk about the importance of wisconsin in the presidential and senate races. "today's tmj-4" is your home for "decision 20-16" coverage on election night. it all starts on live at four ...
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new this morning.. a scary scene after an s-u-v crashes into a light pole..this was near holton and brown just before three this morning. you can see the side of the building is also cracked. it's unclear what caused this crash or how many people were involved. we'll update you as soon as we get more information from police. new this morning.. police investigating a shooting in milwaukee. it happened near 41st and center at about nine last night. police a 35-year-old man was shot during a dispute. he has serious injuries but is expected to survive. police are working to identify a suspect. more local news now.. a person is recovering this morning after being shot in racine. police responded to 16th and grange just before eight last night. police haven't released any further details surrounding the shooting. no arrests have been made. a man is hospitalized after crashing his motorcycle in
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county road l-s south of orchard road around 5 last night. the man was not wearing a helmet and the sheriff's office says speed was not a factor. the extent of his injuries aren't known this morning. a grieving mother is devastated after her son was killed in an accident on the way back from a work trip. 26-year-old clenton hall was one of three local accountants who lost their lives in dane county wednesday night. hall and three others were struck by a wrong way near deerfield. wisconsin state patrol said alcohol is suspected to be a factor in the accident. hall's mother says the tragedy is even more difficult because hall's girlfriend was also killed. packers extra now.. the green and gold are back home today to take on the indianapolis colts. linebacker clay matthews is expected to be active after nursing an injury earlier in the season. kickoff for today's game at lambeau
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a traffic alert to remind you about.. a busy bridge downtown will close tomorrow.. and stay closed for more than a month. water street bridge connects the walkers point neighborhood. drivers can use the broadway avenue bridge and second street bridge as alternates. there will also be marked detours.. the bridge is expected to be closed until december 16th.. weather pending. coming up on live at daybreak: body identified.. who police say the man is and how he's connected to a woman found alive in the same area last week. shooting.. what police say is to blame and how those injured
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russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. going to all 72 counties, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires, tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. i'll take on the rigged system. and work to build an economy that works for everyone.
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today should a little bit of patchy fog in spots this morning with a heavy dew, but the sun will be back in full force. while enjoying blue skies again today with temperatures in the 60s and near 70 by this afternoon. today's record high of 69 degrees, set back in
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authorities in south carolina have identified a body that was found on the same property where a missing woman was found e has been identified as charlie carver.. the boyfriend of kala brown who was found alive. the property owner.. who's a registered sex offender.. has been arrested and charged with kidnapping. more charges are expected. five people are hurt after a shooting at a nightclub in myrtle beach, south carolina. police say four of the victims were innocent bystanders. one person is still being treated
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shooting.. which they say is gang-related. so far though... no arrests have been made. coming up on live at daybreak: get talking.. how one cat owner got creative in creating a place to play for his feline friend.plus.. deadly stabbing.. how many are injured and who police say is responsible.. here are your winning lottery numbers. over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided
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voting for special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. ron johnson's just not for us. senate majority pac is responsible
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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an engineer in russia has built a toy house for his cat.. but it's not your everyday playhouse.check this out.. the man says he made this toy tank to keep the cat from scratching his furniture.
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to make. it weighs 110 pounds.. and features a moving barrel and tank tread. a pregnant woman in new mexico says she was accused of shoplifting and lying about bepregnant to security at a walmart. she says an employee stopped her and asked if she was pregnant before making her prove she wasn't hiding anything under her shirt. a manager at th surveillance video of the incident. the university of illinois marching bd honors the chicago cubs winning the world series during the football halftime show yesterday. the
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and famous cubs fan bill murray also appeared on saturday night live last night and sang go cubs go as part of a skit. today should be a repeat of yesterday. we may have a little bit of patchy fog in spots this morning with a heavy dew, but the sun will be back in full force. while enjoying blue skies again today with temperatures in the 60s and near 70 by this
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of 69 degrees, set back in 1975, is in jeopardy. skies remain clear but patchy fog will develop again tonight. lows should range from the middle 40s lakeside to around 40 inland. it looks like we'll have on monday then some changes on tuesday. a relatively weak cold front slides through tuesday and brings us a chance
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and wednesday but stay above normal. we'll jump right back up into the 60s thursday before a much stronger cold front slides through friday. it looks like of the season, which isn't saying much, arrives next weekend. we could see our first official freeze in milwaukee saturday and sunday morning. highs saturday will
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more news now.. dozens of highways in northern china had to be shut down due to heavy smog. in a city close to beijing.. the meteorological society issued an orange alert for heavy pollution. in some parts of the city.. visibility was reduced to less than 165 feet. the local government has urged people to stay indoors iraqi forces fight their way into a town nine miles from mosul in an effort to surround the city captured by isis.the iraqi army and pro-government forces attacked isis positions in the town, which lies along the tigris river. an iraqi general said their effort to gain control of the town was nearly complete. pope francis is criticizing governments for the way they have treated migrants trying to reach europe via the
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denounced the "scandals" amounts of money that governments and world institutions have found to save ailing banks - but not suffering people. the pontiff denounced the government policies as "shameful." three people are dead.. including two children.. after a stabbing at a home in new jersey.three others remain hospitalized. police have named 26-year-old jeremy arrington as a person of interest and warn he could be armed and dangerous. arrington currently has a warrant out for his arrest on unreleated aggravated and sexual saulas charges. the dakota access pipleine issue has roots that impact some people here in wisconsin. community members in green bay held a demostration yesterday called "standing up for standing rock." the north dakota tribe has been fighting construction of an oil pipeline under the missour river for months now. "they can reroute this they
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main issue." the ultimate fate of the pipeline is in the hands of the u-s army corps of engineers as they conduct an environmental review. still ahead on live at daybreak: why doctors say that stomach bacteria can be good for our brains.plus.. medical discovery... what officials are saying about a rare fungal infection that's never been
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russ feing in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with riggedystem, orou can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin workinfamilies. going to all 7counti, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up.
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tax forksompanies th op bseas. i'll take on theigged system. and work to build an economy that works for everyone. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because you deserve a senator who stands up for you. today should be a repeat of yesterday. we may have a little bit of fogpatchyn heavy dew, but the sun will be back in full force. while enjoying blue skies again today with temperatures in the 60s and near 70 by this afternoon. today's record high
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1975, is in jeopardy. in today's health.. it's well known taht so-called "good" baeria in the stomach can promote overall health. but now.. doctors say it could also be good for the brain. now a new supplement is aimi to help the john torres takes a look. kim carlisle's kitchen looks like a high school chemistry lab.nat sot of kim and john in the kitchen @ 10:05:29"this is a like a giant dose of gu health right here."she's making a home-made version of a psychobiotic ... a capsule stuffed with live bacteria that she grew in her kitchen. nat sote virginia ther says shebeforestarted taking the psychobiotics, major
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control.// i couldn't calm down.the result of her own struggle with mental health issues and caring for three special needs children.her psychiatrist added the psychobiotics along with her medication. sot - dr. joshua weiner/psychiatrist @ 10:50:45 "i pretty much recommend psychobiotics or probiotic to every single one of my patients."studies show adding "good bacteria" -- the kind found in yogurt, fermented foods and probiotic supplements -- improves moods and can ssen most of that research has been in animals until now. gastroenterologist kirsten tillisch discovered the rst human evidence:dr. john torres/nbc news medical contributor @ & dr. kirsten tillisch/ucla"in this particular scan we're seeing the gut having an effect on the brain."these are brain scans of women after they ate yogurt twice a day for a month. tillisch says their brains actually changed -- showing the women responding more calmly to stress.dr. john torres/nbc news medical contributor @ & dr. kirsten tillisch/ucla231 simple
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that you see? yogurt made that happen.but tillisch says it's unclear if that's enough to support the growing psychobiotic industry. overall sales are predicted to grow to 2.1 billion dollars by next year, promising everything from managing your mood to less bloating and gas.t - tillisch "no one has rigorously tested them. // just as you would be careful taking a medicine, you have to be careful of anything you would be taking off the shelf." but kim carlisle doesn't mind if the science isn't there yet. sot - kim"i'm just more energy and managing stressl situations that occur on a regular basis with a whole lot more .. just a level of calm."enough evidence for kim, that there's truth to listening to your gut.dr. john torres, nbc news, alexandria, virginia. 13 people have been sicked by a rare fungal infection never before seen in the u-s. the fungus often resists drug treatments and can spread in places like hospitals and nursing homes. seven of the
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states --- illinois, ryland, new jersey and new york. six other cases are still under investigation. we have a lot ahead on live at daybreak...including.. how many people are in need of assistance after an early morning apartment fire in mukwonago. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them , you could see there was bloocoming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i d't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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good morning--displaced.. how many people the red cross is assisting this morning after apantment fire in mukwonago. plus... remembering the fallen.. people gather to pay respect to a deputy shot and killed in the line of duty. and... you've already turned your clocks back.. but firefighters are suggesting we also do something else today. that's all ahead, on live at daybreak. good sunday morning to you at six oclock this november sixth! i'm julia fello.taking a live look outside... if you loved yesterday youre going to love today.. we'll be flirting with another record high. today should be a repeat of yesterday. we may have a little bit of patchy fog in
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back in full force. while enjoying blue skies again today with temperatures in the 60s and near 70 by this afternoon. today's record high of 69 degrees, set back in 1975, is in jeopardy.
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cross, after a porch fire in mukwonago damaged several apartments.we first told you about th yesterday morning. it happened just about a mile away from the fire station. a neighbor in a nearby building noticed the fire, and took action. we got ken up at about a quarter to five this morning with banging on the doors. and a guy from the apartment across from us yelling that building we needed to get out. thano the help of th inred. ght artments were damaged. while you should've t your clocks back an hour already.. firefighters recommend checking the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors too. t red cross suggests installing smoke alarms with 10-year lithium batteries, just in case. twice a year is good, but we say be prepared all year long so if something happens, you get out and get out safe.
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- and to make sure your insurance coverage is up to date. officers from around the country, and canada .. pay their respects to fallen rusk county deputy dan glaze.nearly one-thousand peop packe inormeto a felementary section s t upseoutside. this tragedy has vastated the small, tight-knit communit we aren all ithis together, its brotherhood, sisterhood when something happens like his - no matter where, glaze was shot and killed by a suspect last weekend -- while invesigating a suspicious vehicle. a car crashes right into a check cashing store in milwaukee.this was the scene at "p-l-s check cashing" on m- l-k and center. it's not clear how the crash happened.police tell us there were some injuries, but nothing life threatening. police in madison are investigating a reported sexual assault.they say a 26-
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wando's bar onniversity av, anwent back to his apartment.according to a police report: the man assaulted the woman before she was able to leave. police continue to search for the suspect in this case. detroit lions linebacker and milwaukee native deandre levy spent october trying to raise funds for domestic violence awareness month. according to e-s-p-n, levy raised more than 30-thousand dollars for the "enough said" campaign.that program is working to test more than 11-thousand .. and then investigate the findings. a time to honor those who serve our country.. the annual veterans day parade was held yesterday in downtown milwaukee and ended with a service at the war memorial. one-thousand veterans from all over southeast wisconsin took part. master sergeant john olson tells us serving in the military was his calling. once i came in, i never intended to do 21 years, but i realized it's what i wanted to
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you get out of this job you cant find in other jobs. i would still recommend our youth gladly serve in the miltary veterans day is this friday, november 11th. coming up on live at daybreak: ballot initiatives.. with just two days before the election.. we hear from voters on other items besides who the next president will be.plus.. helping others.. how one barber shop is helping homeless lives backn track. here's another live look
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russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. going to all 72 counties, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires, tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. i'll take on the rigged system. and work to build an economy that works for everyone.
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today should be a repeat of yesterday. we may have a little bit of patchy fog in spots this morning with a heavy dew, but the sun will be back in full force. while enjoying blue skies again today with temperatures in the 60s and near 70 by this afternoon. today's record high of 69 degrees, set back in 1975, is in jeopardy. more decision 20-16 coverage.. on tuesday.. 34 states will ask voters to decide whether or not to change laws on a
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control to taxes. justice correspondent pete williams takes a look at some of the other big ems it for vote. voters in california, which already has tough gun laws ... quire ckgrband checks to o buy ammunition. that would be a first for the nation. supporters say it will cut down on violent crime:"it helps make sure that law- abiding citizens are the people who are able to put their hands on ammunition and not others." :05opponents say rights and that criminals will simply go elsewhere:"nothing's going to stop them from driving across t border to nevada or arizona, filling up their trunk with ammunition, driving back over here."nevada and ine vote on requiring background checks for buying firearms at gun shows.and a measure in washington state would allow police to temporarily seize guns from people deemed a threat. californians also decide whether to abolish the death penalty.the state has 741 inmates on death row, but has
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advocates say death sentences, with all the legal appeals, cost more than life in prison. in nebraska, the opposite choice -- whether to bring the death penalty back after the legislature repealed it last year.colorado decides if terminally ill patients can get prescription drugs to end their own lives.matt larson, who has brain cancer, says he wants the option:"i have a wonderful life and i would really love to continue it. but i don't want to suffer needlessly if my fight pr unsuccessful."and missouri, with the nation's lowest tax on cigarettes -- 17 cents a pack -- will vote on raising it to 60 ...... and using the money to pay for early childhood education. (brief sot from anti amendment 3 ad) surprisingly, health care advocates generally oppose it ...... saying it's too small to cut down on smoking.(brief sot from pro amendment 3 ad) big tobacco supports it, because the measure would boost taxes more on small cigarette companies ... ... that now undercut prices on the major brands. pete williams, nbc news,
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a republican campaign office is vandalized in illinois. police say explicit messages were spray painted on the rock island county office. a number of party leaders assessed damage inside the office. the chairman says it's just one more vandalism to add to the list this election season. we have had so much inappropriate stuff happen in this election that it's hard to en no suspects have been arrested. it is now on this sunday morning.a lot still ahead on live at daybreak...coming up in your wisconsin weekend.. how you can get tickets for the final night of 'china lights' for the season.plus, near record warmth this weekend but a much more seasonal 4cast down the road meteorologist brian niznansky is in next with your full
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over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade, voting for special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. senate majority pac is responsible
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some smash mouth to start your morning.. the sun is starting
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niznansky will have your forecast in just a few moments... but first... it's your wisconsin weekend.it's the last day of the milwaukee running festival. opening ceremonies get underway at 6:45 this morning with the marathon starting at 7. there's also a half marathon and 5-k. this is all being held at veterans park. tonight's the tonight's the last night to check out the burner botanical gardens. you can't get tickets online anymore.. but you can still buy them at the gate. organizers are already planning for next year's event. at 9:30 this morning is the badgerland striders turkey trot in greendale. besides registration fees.. you're also asked to bring a non- perishable item. there's a 2 mile and a 15-k run. 25 participants from each run who predict closes to their finish
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today should be a repeat of yesterday. we may have a little bit of patchy fog in ot heavy dew, but the sun will be back in full force. while enjoying blue skies again today with temperatures in the 60s and near 70 by this afternoon. today's record high
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1975, is in jeopardy. skies remain clear but patchy fog will develop again tonight. lows should range from the middle 40s lakeside to around 40 inland. it looks like on monday then some changes on tuesday. a tive weak cold front slides through tuesday and brings us a chance of showers. temperatures slide back into the 50s on tuesday and wednesday but stay above normal. we'll jump right back up into the 60s thursday before a much stronger cold
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it looks like the coldest air of the season, which isn't saying much, arrives next weekend. we could see our first official freeze in milwaukee saturday and sunday morning. highs saturday will only be in a new york man knows there are many ways to raise someone's self esteem.. like a haircut and a shave. he calls his effort "shaving lives". benita zahn shows us what he does.. and why he does it.
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living - working wonders with the clippers.natsbut on wednesdays he makes a life. that's when he packs his tools of the trade to walk the city streets looking for men, most of us pretend not to see: the homeless.(sot myk o'kane / barber to the homeless :23-27) "a haircut, i think, is extremely powerful. i think just in general we want to look good, feel good."anywhere he finds a fellow who's down and out, myk sets up shop to wrapped in tender respect. (sot myk o'kane / barber to the homeless :35-39)"it's my way of showing that i care about you, the person, appreciate you and you're important."he also brings his shop on the go to homeless shelters.myk understands these men. he spent time on the streets when he was 16 and "unruly", as he describes it, . nats it opened his eyes to the world. he reconnected with his parents, whose love never wavered during his rough patch. now he's a dad and
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haircut is just an opening nats to let these men to know someone is on their side. "anybody ever come back to you after and say man, you did that for me and that was the turng point in my life? oh yeah, definitely, detely it's happened."natsnow, he falls into a comfortable patter "where you from? i'm from trinidad"they share their stories of loss, of life, of drinknats "how drinking?"(sot myk o'kane / barber to the homeless 1:37- 1:45)"muhammad ali had a quote. service to others is the rent we pay for our room here on earth. so i'm just trying to pay for my room here on earth."and by the time the barbering is done, their hearts have been eased and the men are reminded: their lives tter.nats "oh my god. you
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still ahead.. a basketball fan cashes in on the opportunity of a lifetime.. the incredible shot you have to see..plus.. the milwaukee bucks going for a third straight win against the kings.. rod burks shows us if they were able to come out
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." sunday insight -- 9 am on go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one.
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today should be a repeat of yesterday. we may have a little bit of patchy fog in spots this morning with a heavy dew, but the sun will be back in full force. while enjoying blue skies again today with temperatures in the 60s and near 70 by this of 69 degrees, set back in igh 1975, is in jeopardy. good morning everyoneim rod burks for day break sports.the buck pushed their winning streak to three striaght.afte
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b-m-o harris bradley center last night.the story in the first half was the hot shooting of "meer-za" tah- let-ah-vichwho was hot from dowtowntonight folks.he would hit his firt five triples of the game he had16 points in the first halfthis triple put the home team40 to 27.bucks on way...he goes behind the back to jabarri parker who slams it homewith two hands nice play therebucks up "13 " at the break61 to 48.2nd half, matthew del-ah-dovawith the steal he gets it out to yannis "ah-ta-come-poe who'son the break for the dunkhe had 17 points .4th quarter, "tah-let-ah-vich" hitshis 7th triple of the game he led the bucks 22 points .bucks led by as manny at "31".they win tonight easy.117 to 91.they were flying the "w" for the cubs world series win in evantston this afternooni like that.2nd quarter with the badgers up 3 nothing,
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around to prefectionthat's jazz peavy with the balland he's gonna get outsideand then he cuts back, picks upsome great blocks..that's a46 yard touchdown, badgersup 10 nothing .same quarter, the wildcats would get on the board when with this austin carr thirteen yard touchdown catchbadgers up 10 to 7 at the half.2nd half the badgers bringing the defense in a big way, connor "shee-he" comes up with the stripstrip on the arterback da-cota dixon picks it uand returns the ball the other way and the badgers are in bussiness..that would help set up this corey clemt fights his way in for the owntohdhe had 106 yards on 32 carries. the badgers beat the wildcats today in evanston.21 to 7. here's paul cryst on his defense..... the packers are hosting the colts at lambeau field this afternoon.and the bucks are in
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have a great day everyone take a look at this.. indiana pacers star paul george was ejected from last night's game against the chicago bulls after he kicked a ball in frustration.. and it hit a fan in the face. george apologized.. but the officials called a technical foul and ejected him from the game. the pacers beat the bulls without him.. 111 to 94. an oklahoma has a reason to celebrate this morning.. actually he has about 20-thousand of them. that's because he nailed a shot from half court during the third quarter of the third court during the third quarter of last night's game against the timberwolves. he walked away with 20-thousand dollars. check out the reaction.. way to go! up next.. we'll take a look at the top stories we're following for you this morning.. including.. what a
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rally is saying after the nominee was rushed off stage in nevada last night. here's a look at tonight's prime time line-up.at six o'clock it's football night in america.. followed by sunday night football between the broncos and raiders at 7:30. then more local news on after
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good morning, i'm julia fello. we'll have a check of your forecast in just a moment at least eight people are relying on help from the red cross, after a porch fire in mukwonago damaged ra apartments. it happened just about a mile away from the fire station. thanks to the help of that neighbor, no one was injured. eight apartments were damaged. officers from around the country, and canada .. pay their respects to deputy dan glaze.. who was shot and killed in the line of duty. nearly one-thousand people packed into a former elementary school gym while another section was set up outside. this y hatraged devastated the small, tight-knit community. a car crashes right into a check cashing store in
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l-k and center. it's not clear how the crash happened.police tell us there were some injuries, but nothing life threatening. taking a live look outside now.... today should be a repeat of yesterday. we may have a little bit of patchy fog in spots this morn heavy dew, but the suwill be back in full force. while enjoying blue skies again today with temperatures in the 60s and near 70 by this afternoon. today's record high of 69 degrees, set back in
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a scary moment for donald nevada...secret service agents rush trump off the stage after someone in the crowd yelled "gun". no weapon was found and trump came back on stage to continue his eech. the person who caused the disruption is defeing
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i agree with them on many differissues, but i just believe he is very dangerous for the country. so i just came with a sign. i literally just had one sign that said 'republicans against trump.'" the republican nominee will not be in west allis today as previously thought. trump was supposed to speak at state fair park this afternoon but canceled yesterday because of a scheduling conflict. trump has made a heavy push in the badger state in recent weeks. with less than two days to go until the election.. hillary clinton is again trying to appeal to younger voters. clinton held a rally in philadelphia last night with pop star katy perry. before introducing perry, clinton stressed the importance of voting on tuesday.. and praised the pop star's message of getting up after you get knocked down. after his motorcade is involved in a car accident.. hillary clinton's running mate tim kaine will be in milwaukee this morning. kaine will be at the milwaukee harambee coordinated office on king
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event starts at 9 o'clock with the doors opening at 8. early -person absentee voting ended yesterday in milwaukee. both hillary clinton and donald trump are going prime-time tomorrow night.. on the eve of election day. both nominees will do a two-minute national tv commercial on two networks... including here on today's tmj4 during "the voice". speaker paul ryan is talking about working with whoever is elected the next president of un donald trump have had a rocky relationship throughout trump's run for the white house. but.. ryan says if trump is elected he can work with him on issues like repealing the affordable care act. he says no matter w elected.. he's noting anywhere. 13 27 34 after tuesday yo will either be working with a presidt clinton or president trump. will you be doing that as speaker?yes, i will be doing it as speaker. i've got a lot work left do as speaker.
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the rest of his time helping the republican ticket in wisconsin between now and tuesday. be sure to watch a special edition of meet the press daily on m-s-n-b-c today at 4 o'clock. oown charles benson will join nbc's chuck todd to talk about the importance of wisconsin in the presidential and sena races. "today's tmj-4" is your home for "decision 20-16" coverage on election night. it all starts on live at four ... this tuesday. scene after an s-u-v crashes into a light pole..this was near holton and brown just before three this morning. you can see the side of the building is also cracked. it's unclear what caused this crash or how many people were involved. we'll update you as soon as we get more information from police. new this morning.. police investigating a shooting in milwaukee. it happened near 41st and center at about nine last night. police say a 35-year-old man was shot
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expected to survive. police are working to identify a suspect. more local news now.. a person is recovering this morning after being shot in racine. police responded to 16th and grange just before eight last night. police haven't released any further details surrounding the shooting. no arrests have been made. a man is hospitalized after crashing his motorcycle in sheboygan county. sheriff's deputies say it happened on county road l-s south of orchard road around 5 last a helmet and the sheriff's office says speed was not a factor. the extent of his injuries aren't known this morning. a grieving mother is devastated after her son was killed in an accident on the way back from a work trip. 26-year-old clenton hall was one of three local accountants who lost their lives in dane county wednesday night. hall and three others were struck by a wrong way driver on i-94 near deerfield. wisconsin state patrol said alcohol is
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the accident. hall's mother says the tragedy is even more difficult because hall's girlfriend was also killed. packers extra now.. the green and gold are back home today to take on the indianapolis colts. linebacker clay matthews is expected to be active after nursing an injury earlier in the season. kickoff for today's game at lambeau field is scheduled for 3:25. a traffic alert to remind you about.. a busy bridge downtown will closed for more than a month. water street bridge connects the walkers point neighborhood. drivers can use the broadway avenue bridge and second street bridge as alternates. there will also be marked detours.. the bridge is expected to be closed until december 16th.. weather pending. it is now on this sunday morning.it's a difficult subject to talk about: racism. an author wrote an article that's gotten people comfortable enough to talk
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milwaukee. details, coming up. on this day in wisconsin history.. burlington, iowa was chosen as a temporary capital of the wisconsin territory in 1837. a year earlier.. legislators offered a bill making madiosn the capital with a temporary capital in iowa until a permanent
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of today should be a repeat of yesterday. we may have a little bit of patchy fog in spots this morning with a heavy dew, but the sun will be back in full force. while enjoying blue skies again
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60s and near 70 by this afternoon. today's record high of 69 degrees, set back in 1975, is in jeopardy. authorities in south carolina have identified a body that was found on the same property where a missing woman was found alive last week.the man has been identified as charlie carver.. the boyfriend of kala brown who was found alive. the
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registered sex offender.. has been arrested and charged with kidnapping. more charges are expected. five people are hurt after a shooting at a nightclub in myrtle beach, south carolina. police say four of the victims were innocent bystanders. one person is still being treated at the hospital. police have a person of interest in the shooting.. which they say is gang-related. so far though... no arrests have been made. coming up on live at daybreak: a woman who ot about racism... is opening up the conversation right here in milwaukee. she's been invited to come speak in our area soon. you'll learn more, next. here are your winning lottery
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over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade, voting for special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. senate majority pac is responsible
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an engineer in russia has built a toy house for his cat.. but it's not your everyday playhouse.check this out.. the man says he made this toy tank to keep the cat from scratching his furniture. it took him about two months to make. it weighs 110 pounds.. and features a moving barrel and tank tread. a pregnant woman in new mexico says she was accused of shoplifting and lying about being pregnant to employee stopped her and asked if she was pregnant before making her prove she wasn't hiding anything under her shirt. a manager at the store apologized the store manager at the store apologized after watching surveillance video of the incident. the university of illinois marching band honors the chicago cubs winning the world series during the football
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the field. some cubs players and famous cubs fan bill murray also appeared on saturday night live last night and sang go cubs go as part of
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today should be a repeat of yesterday. we may have a little bit of patchy fog in spots this morning with a heavy dew, but the sun will be back in full force. while enjoying blue skies again today with temperatures in the 60s and near 70 by this afternoon. today's record high of 69 degrees, set back in 1975, is in jeopardy. skies remain clear but patchy fog will develop again tonight. lows should range from the middle 40s lakeside to around 40 inland. it looks like we'll have one more really nice day on monday then some changes on
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tuesday and brings us a chance of showers. temperatures slide back to the 50s on tuesday and wednesday but stay above normal. we'll jump right back up into the 60s thursday before a much stronger cold front slides through friday. it looks like the coldest air of the season, which isn't saying much, arrives next weekend. we could see ou milwaukee saturday and sunday morning. highs saturday will
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there's an eye catching article people are talking about that gets in your face about racism. pictured at the front is a white man with his ears covered and eyes tightly shut. it's titled 'white fragility: why it's so hard to talk to white people about racism.'at author is about to visit milwaukee.. and talk more about her experiences. paula penebaker, y-w-c- southeast wisconsin's president and ceo martha barry, racial justice director joins us live on daybreak to
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the evening to promote racial justice is happening tuesday, december 6 starting at five o'clock.it's happening at the marcus center for the performing arts.for more information head to tmj4.com
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we'll be back with a last look at all of the top stories we're covering today.plus.. meteorologist brian niznansk russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system,
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going to all 72 counties, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires, tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. i'll take on the rigged system. and work to build an econo thatorks for everyone. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message
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today should be a repeat of yesterday. we may have a little bit of patchy fog in spots this morning with a
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back in full force. while enjoying blue skies again today with temperatures in the 60s and near 70 by this afternoon. today's record high of 69 degrees, set back in 1975, is in jeopardy. we'll see you back here with live updates in a half hour. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything.
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i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dresng room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see ese incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat uglyace of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade, voting for special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself.
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