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coming up on "early today." the villanova wild cats take north carolina to the wire and capture the national championship. and voters led to the polls in a pivotal state. new details in the panama papers have tempers flaring. and much more on a busy tuesday. "early today" starts right now.
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good morning. all right, so late last flight the ncaa men's finals was one for the ages as david and goliath in a back and forth battle with one of the most exciting finishes in basketball history. >> they're going to have to do something from the outside now. how did he do that? >> north carolina's marcus page with an incredible double clutch three-pointer to tie the game. villanova called timeout when this happened. >> three seconds at midcourt. >> gives it to jenkins for the championship. villanova phenomenal, national champions. jenkins at the buzzer. >> this and the recognition of arch finding jenkins. >> how about that? >> that is incredible. nova's kris jenkins hit the
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winning shot. the first championship since 1995. and the reaction on campus is this. [ applause ] students celebrating at the pavilion into the wee hours of the morning. and villanova head coach summed it up. >> i couldn't be prouder and happier to see them enjoy this and fulfill their dreams. that's what are it is all about as a coach. to see their eyes and satisfaction, there's no better feeling as a coach or a parent. f
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>> the villanova wild cats will return to philadelphia with a hero's welcome and likely a parade. and hoping to increase his delegate lead, donald trump is pulling out all the stops. his support among woman is down, so he brought wife milania on the trail. >> no matter who you are, a man or a woman, he treats everyone equal. [ applause ] >> and he had a rallying cry for his badger state supporters, asking them to end it. >> if we do well here, folks, it's over. if we don't -- [ applause ] -- if we don't win here, it's not over but wouldn't you like to take the credit in wisconsin for ending it?
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give wisconsin the credit for ending it. and then we can focus on hillary clinton instead of these two guys. >> but trump still trails ted cruz heading into today's vote. and while the state may not make or break any candidate, the stop trump movement is hoping for a big win. >> reporter: closing in fast, the wisconsin finish line, the last push through a state that matters more than anyone thought it would. not just for its 42 delegates, but for the momentum it could give the stop-trump movement. >> they realize he screams and yells a lot, but has no solution. >> reporter: this looked like trump country, blue collar, more moderate, an open primary, but since then, cruz has surged more
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than 20 points, making milwaukee ground zero, led by a group of conservative talk radio hosts. >> this is a clown car and the rhetoric that works elsewhere does not work in a state like wisconsin. >> reporter: but a win here teflon, after his roughest week yet. >> what i said is we're going to go into a massive recession and i say if i'm president, that's not going to happen. >> reporter: plus a revealing new profile that shows he wear as bullet proof vest. he says he can start acting presidential whenever he wants. so far, it's the same trump thereon trail. and that's fine with linda hanson, who says she's sticking with him no matter what. >> you're never ever change me. i'm totally for him. >> reporter: nbc news, milwaukee. >> reporter: here traveling with the clinton campaign. it's a question of math versus momentum. anything short of a blowout
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wouldn't do much to dent hillary clinton's nearly insurmountable delegate lead. sanders touting his slim lead in wisconsin where his message is resonating. he is gaining momentum, the race increasingly combative. >> don't tell her this. but i think all we win here, we win in new york state, we're on our way to white house. >> reporter: the reality, clinton is ahead by double digits on her home turf of new york and sanders is narrowing the gap. and clinton again painting his policies as unrealistic. >> feelings have to be match would politics. >> reporter: another reality check, his campaign is
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acknowledging to the new york times early missteps which are now creating a drag on the campaign saying he failed to initially challenge clinton. now the only way he can make a play for there top spot, start winning big, really big. >> and thank you for those reports. and with proportional alindications on the democratic side, sanders will need a large margin to catch up to clinton. and coverage begins at 5:00 with chuck todd. now to the so-called panama papers believed to be the biggest data leak in history. they're exposing how some of the most powerful people may be hiding billions off shore. government lawyers are reviewing the documents for any potential
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violations of u.s. laws. andrea mitchell has more. >> reporter: vladimir putin, investigators say, at the head of a star studded list of current heads of state, like the king of saudi arabia, even celebrities, like jackie chan, connected to controversial off-shore bank accounts. but no one more tantalizing than putin. so, the trails all lead and circle around to one person, in this case, vladimir putin. >> i don't think all we'll see his name on an off shore bank account, but i think all this is probably as close as you'll ever get. >> reporter: putin is believed to be one of the world's richest men and they say these documents are a road map to how he stored away money. and then there's putin's banker, already under u.s. sanctions for
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ukrain. and nicknamed cashier to the kremlin. and another major player in the document, the former head of putin's propaganda department, found blujened to death. protests in iceland where the prime minister accused of hiding money denied wrong doing but walked out of on interview when asked about it. putin's spokes person called the attack against russia. >> i think all the press barrens will now work over time to make sure this is buried. well, a vermont ski resort welcomed spring with its annual pond skimming challenge. sky skiers and some in costumes, tried to skim their way across frigid water.
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competitors say the best prize is just staying dry. >> that looks too cold. hats and gloves, winter coats through the midatlantic and great lakes. very concerned with the blossoms on the apple and peach trees the cold is going to continue through today and through the weekend. temperatures are in the 20s and teens in new england. that's unusual. it's typical when we get the extreme heat in the east and that's the warm and the west. spring fever and then 83 today and then 92 for wednesday.
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some spots near 90 outside of the water area. we have a chance of nearing reno at 71 and we're going to melt that chunk away. not fair, right. too hold or too cold. >> flip flops is how we roll. well, the startling numbers behind the world 's biggest defense spenders. and a tradition that dates back 1200 years. you're watching "early today" . ♪ you can help prevent blindness
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welcome back everybody. they're investigating a deadly chopper crash. a sightseeing helicopter went down about three miles from dolly parten 's theme park. they say it plowed into trees and then explode. it did start a wild fire in the surrounding woods. it's official. bp will have to pay $20 billion. and the money is to be paid out over 16 years. now to houston. video that shows a united airlines flight attendant actually inflated the evacuation slide even though there was no emergency.
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in a statement we hold our employees to the highest standard. the employee has been removed from flying duties, a review is underway. now to japan. a 20-century old tradition is also one of the most dangerous festivals. they lift trees and get them to a shrine. it's not uncommon for people to die while transporting those laws. a shoplifting suspect in kansas city, missouri, led police on a high-speed chase. it lost control and spun off the highway. police swarmed quickly and captured the driver. time the get down to business. the world spent an awful lot of money on defense last year, reaching a total of nearly $1.7 trillion. a report says it's the first increase in several years.
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this is driven by the rise of isis, china's expansion in the south china sea, russia's involvement in the syria war and fears over iran's nuclear program. and u.s. topped the list and spending near willy 6 hundred billion dollars, china in second, saudi arabia, russia and the u.k. made the to billion dollars, china in second, saudi arabia, russia and the u.k. made the top five. now to technology. apple will sell its 1 billionth iphone by this summer. one of the best selling tech products of all time, it's been on the market for nine years. apple sold half of the a phones just over the past two years. just ahead, a braty opening day for the mlb. and meet basketball's newest hall of famers. that's all up next. that's all up next. (vo) the time-saving frigidaire gallery line... with a quick preheat, a dishwasher with four times better water coverage,
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let's get you some of the sport's headlines with my friend betty. >> good morning. colorado rockies rookie's mlb career is off to a good start. story's rockies took out greinke's diamond backs on opening day. and bryce harper homered in his first at bat.
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and second baseman murphy doubled. and to basketball hall of fame who voters in new members including shaquille o'neale. and the annual delivery of the first brat to miller's field. last night, it was the men. tonight, women of uconn take on syracuse in a battle for the national championship. that's going to be a good one to watch. just ahead. big news from the rolling stones. and amy schumer ms. you're watching nbc "today." nbc" i'm not contagious. nbc" see me to know that... ...i won't stop
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leading the news in u.s.a. today, same-sex spouses fight for parental rights. after the 230 rules indiana began recognizing 0 ruls indiana began recognizin1 rules indiana began recognizin6 rules indiana began recognizing same-sex marriages but one couple could not write mother and mother on the birth certificates. a federal lawsuit involving a list of same-sex couples have been filed. and milania trump made rare appearance and assured donald trump treats both men and women equally and when attacked will hit back 10 times harder. well, the supreme court
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unanimously, plaintiffs argued that the inclusion would dilute the weight of their votes. they serve all residents, not just those eligible or registered to vote. and this man caught on camera carrying out a burglary under the child's blanket. he got away with cash and jewelry. they hope the approximate public can help to blow the cover. and in china, a heart stopping rescue, a 3-year-old boy fell into a nearly 300 foot deep well. they pumped oxygen down to the boy and used a special device to pinpoint his location. and the great news is he was not hurt. that's amazing.
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let's take a look at this. rangers recently found this two month old bear cub. there it is. alone and hungry in the mountains. they took it to a veterinary clinic. they said it would not have survived another day without its mother. all right. who you going to bottle feed. you have that bear, a panda bear were and one down the street. >> i would take the that one. all right, now a look ahead. vice president joe biden travelled to the university of pittsburgh for "its on us" initiative. they'll talk about ways to prevent sexual assaults on campus. and a reminder to tune into the wisconsin primary at 8:00 p.m. eastern. and happy birthday to lilly james. she is 27. and pharrell williams is 43, and colon powell is 79. i'm betty nguyen. thanks for watching "early today."
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a shooting in san francisco has shut down traffic and muni for hours. the scene as you wake up this morning now cleared, but the investigation just beginning. and a victory for parents. san francisco supervisors are voting today on what could become a landmark law for parental leave. plus calm and mild to start out your week. a live look at san jose. usher in a heat wave that will have you shedding your layers quickly. "today in the bay" starts right now. a good tuesday morning, thank you for joining us i'm sam brock. >> i'm kris sanchez in for laura garcia-cannon. >> doesn't necessarily in


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