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it's tuesday november 24th, and coming up on "early today," the state department is warning americans to be on alert, following increased threats from militants groups including isis, al qaeda and others. today, france's president is in washington for talks with obama as war planes continue to pound iraq and syria. donald trump wants to bring back interrogation techniques. >> would i bring back water boarding? you bet. in a heart beat.
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and the nfl not pulling a player in distress after a blow to the head. and a unique shark frenzy coast. "early today" starts right now. and good morning everyone. we begin with breaking news. early this morning the u.s. military confirmed that four army crew members have died after their helicopter crashed at the fort hood military post in texas last night. it was aboard a uh helicopter like this one. and names of the deceased being held pending notification of next of kin. and this morning the state department is urging americans who travel overseas to be extra careful. the riesz se of isis and other terror group sz cause for
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concern. who does this warning apply to? >> reporter: all americans traveling, especially if you're traveling abroad. we typically see a warning like this or a travel alert from the state department around the holidays. this one is expanded and updated to include information about the paris attacks, the mali hotel attack and even the russian jet that went down that isis claimed responsibility for and as you said, u.s. officials are telling us they have no credible threat against airlines, no credible threat against the united states but the travel alert says there's an increased risk of attacks from isis, al qaeda and boko haram and others with either convention or nonconventional weapons and they inspired by the groups
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be careful at open air events and festivals, especially being vigilant around public transportation and this lasts through february 24th. president obama set to meet with the french president later to discuss plans to defeat isis. he's seeking to grow an international coalition to fight isis, something president obama welcomes. this follows news and explosives found just outside of paris. used in the pair ris attacks. it was near where abdelhamid p . officials have now extended the maximum security alert for the capital for another week. joe fryer joins us from london with the latest.
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obama will host the french president at the white house where they're expected to discuss efforts to defeat isis. this is part of a diplomatic blitz by the french president whose 's trying to bolster support as his country fire s s. and they pledge -- and a discorded explosive belt was found in the trash, investigators are reportedly analyzeing it to see if it may have been used in earlier attacks. and police continue to make arrests but so far have not
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fled and brussels remains in a virtual lock down with troops patrolling the streets and schools could reopen wednesday. belgium has been at the heart of the attacks. >> i'm sure they're looking forward to get back to normal. and last night, donald trump again insisted he saw thousands and thousands of muslims 9/11. first, people are tweeting to him that it happened and a washington post article, although they say the reports were small and unverifiable. contra
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tail tales of the 9/11 attacks. >> i have was in new jersey where thousands and thousands of people were cheering as that building was coming down. >> reporter: condprunt fronted with the fact there was no video of that, he held his ground. >> a heavy arab population that was cheering as the buildings went down. not good. >> reporter: nbc news found no instance of people cheering, just a a long discredited mirror and he was given a pants on fire not true rating. still, ben carson claimed he saw the cheering too. >> i saw the film of it, yes. >> you saw the film, what film are you referring to? >> the news real s s reels.
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thinking of the middle east and not new jersey. and marco rubio. >> it's not true and it's plenty of fact check to prove that. >> reporter: and so far, he hasn't had to back down. what do you like about him so much? >> he's a business man. he knows how to get things done. i'm tired of politicians who do nothing. >> it's not hurting him at all. they thought he was going to go away in july and august and here we are and he's still here and commanding in the polls. the aclu filed a federal lawsuit. they claim the plan violates the
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singling out refugees from syria. he says he's deeply moved by the crisis but security gaps remain. and cbc news quotes unnamed sources that they unaccompanied men will not be part of the program. arrests have been made in the shooting of a tulane university student. they're included attempted murder, kidnapping and armed robbery. he shot 25-year-old peter gold, who intervened when he was dragging a woman to his suv on friday. >> he didn't make a full convention. >> and now he will likely spend the rest of his life in jail, as he should. >> gold is recovering from a gun shot to the stomach. he remains hospitalized in
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we have an update to a story we brought you yesterday. 21-year-old jailen watson was arrested on monday and charged in the murder of amanda blackburn, 18-year-old larry day. and she was shot during a home invasion in indianapolis. blackburn's husband davy released a statement after the arrested saying he was extremely relieved and although he wants to be hateful and angry, he's decided to love and not hate. millions of americans are hating the roads, rails and skies. good morning to you, jay. seeing any additional security measures there? >> reporter: a little early here. the security gates aren't open. we're a couple hours away from
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the morning rush and there will be extra security, including federal agents and police. after the warning from the state department and the amount of travel that will come through, not only this airport but others across the country. more watchful eyes. they say you can't have enough people to make sure things move safely. if you're traveling by air or on the roadways, you're going to see crowds regardless. here that airport, we expect to see the crowd grow throughout the week and another concern will be the weather causing delays and cancellations, not only at the airports but on the roads also. starting on the west coast, there's an arctic system that will move through the middle of the country in the middle of the week, so it could be a real mess. you want to make sure to add time to your trip to deal with crowds and potential for rough weather. >> good advice.
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safe travels to you. so, how's the weather looking for the rest of the country? bill karins here to tell us. the storm system in the west, will be the storm that we have to watch. it's going to spread a wide area of snow across the rockies, especially idaho and wyoming is heaviest. and eventually some of this will head to denver on thanksgiving day. snow into the northern rockies wednesday and into the plains on thursday. wednesday, the busy travel day the blue is the snow and starting to spill into the plains late in the day. i don't expect a lot of big travel delays at the airports or
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the roads on wednesday but into thanksgiving day as that storms goes from the rockies to the central plains, this is where the problems will be especially at denver, oklahoma city, and we could have a an icy mess, even an ice storm on thanksgiving day. and northern texas and into western oklahoma could be the travel problem spot on thanksgiving day. now a closer look at your day ahead. so, today is the calm before the storm in many areas of the central plains. so, if you can, travel now. and areas of texas look good before your bad weather arrives thursday. >> it's crazy it's going to be warmer in new york than l.a. on friday. remember the texas teen whose home made clock was
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they investigate debris and how you can avoid tragedy. and monday night football, tom brady hit james white for the touchdown to put new england up at the half time. and later, rex ryan throws the headset, upset about a call on the field. and bills battling back as the final seconds click auch off the clock. and he file fails to get out of bound. and patriots win 20-13 to remain undefeated. and quarterback case canen was tackled and his head slam under to the ground. he appears to struggle to get up, even staggering. he was later diagnosed with a concussion. the rams coaching staff and injury spotter are under fire as
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>> christa: good morning, everybody. just three minutes before 5:00 a.m. and we're getting started here on "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: here are some of the stories we're working on. we're following breaking news in the middle east. turkey has shot down a russian fighter jet near the syrian border. turkish officials say the plane was in their air space and ignored warnings. >> christa: the state department issuing a warning ahead of the business thanksgiving travel season. the worldwide warning in response to recent terror attacks. >> jadiann: the patriots or a perfect 10-0 following a tough fight with the buffalo bills.
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left the game with injuries. >> christa: this is tough, tom brady is running out of receivers. that's not good. j.r., i'm worried. not about the forecast, though. it's okay. >> jeremy: we're doing okay. talking about cold conditions through the day. mostly sunny skies. dry roads. that will be the case for tomorrow and then we start to warm things up for thanksgiving and the day after. at this time the air is dry and it is cold. high pressure moving out of canada yesterday and it's across the middle atlantic states today with a northerly flow so it's cold. boston at 30. bedford 23. norwood -- check that, bedford 22 now. norwood 17. plymouth 24. mostly sunny skies. less wind but a bit of a breeze at times through the day with afternoon 44. lakeville at 43. north of town in the merrimack,
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the numbers will reach the lower 40s. and out into the worcester hills, the same. fitchburg 40. jaffrey 39. on the cape and the islands, chatham 45 later today. tonight clear, cold, lows between 22 and 29 and for tomorrow, lots of sunshine tomorrow. still cool tomorrow with temps tomorrow reaching the middle and upper 40s. high pressure with us tomorrow and even into thursday. thursday it's different, south of new england. flow. at the same time it's going to grab clouds and throw them up into southern new england so more clouds than sunshine on thanksgiving. but right now it looks dry and mild with temperatures by afternoon in the mid 50s. 7news begins now. >> christa: we have breaking news first up at 5:00 a.m. warplane. why they claim they were forced to fire. >> jadiann: the u.s. issues a worldwide travel alert for americans. what you need to look out for as the holiday rush gets under way.
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>> christa: we have eaking

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