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good morning, breaking overnight, a frightening moment at new york laguardia airport, the campaign plane carrying mike pence skids off the runway during heavy rain. >> remain >> no injuries reported, but an investigation is underway. this morning, governor pence, joins us live. looking ahead, nbc confirming hillary clinton has vice-president joe biden on her short list for secretary of state, if she wins. donald trump hitting clinton for her time in that position. >> hillary clinton put the office of secretary of state up for sale, and if she got the chance, she would put the oval
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in, with just 11 days to go. a mother's pain, chandra's mother, after gary condon will not talk about their relationship. >> this morning, she is speaking out to nbc news. and sweet home chicago. cubs fans, ready and waiting to welcome the world series back to wrigley field after 71 long tickets nearly impossible to get. but we have a pair of them, and we're about to give them away to two very lucky fans today. friday, october 28, 2016. >>announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah g
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how badly would you like to be at wrigley field for the world series? >> we're giving away the tickets and i was just thinking that moments after we give them away, i expect you to offer to be the person's date. >> no question about it. i am a giver. no question. more likely, without tickets we're going to end up at this place in chicago. harry carey's. it is there we will give away the tickets in just a little while. >> love the morning bar scene. >> no question. ari this dramatic scene at laguardia last night. mike pence's campaign plane sliding off the runway there. tom costello carries aviation. he has made his way to la gar ye -- laguardia. >> reporter: it landed on runway 2-2, in a driving rainstorm, overnight, they've removed the plane from the runway so they can resume normal operations
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go-team will arrive later today. for the people on board the plane, including nbc news personnel, it was a rough and scary landing. >> watch your step. >> reporter: it happened in the pouring rain, just before 8:00 p.m. at new york's laguardia airport, a plane skidding off the runway. >> you may have a crash landing, 737 ran off the runway. >> reporter: not just any 737, the one carrying the republican vice-presidential nominee, indiana govern, the standard two alarm was swift. the port authority arriving within a minute. passengers clearly rattled. nbc news campaign vaughn hillard was one of them on board. >> you can smell the rubber, and we realized it wasn't a typical landing. >> reporter: he says this isn't the first time pence's plane had a bumpy landing. >> we thought originally, that's when the planes were swerved off
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you could see the road not far off and we were off the runway. >> reporter: the faa tells nbc news a safety system called an arrester bed stopped the plane. >> it is faa required installations at the end of runways to do exactly the purpose that they serve, which is to slow down an aircraft that is approaching the end of the runway. >> reporter: pence canceled a scheduled fund-raiser at trump first responders and k concerns and prayers of so many. last thursday, donald trump said he spoke to pence. >> he is okay. do you know he was in a big accident with a plane? the plane skidded off the runway, and was pretty close to grave, grave danger. >> reporter: in fact, the plane was not in grave danger, and no one was injured. >> our airports are from a third world country. >> reporter: during the debate,
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>> you land at laguardia, you come in from china. you land, we've become a third world country. >> reporter: as for the democrats, hillary clinton and tim kaine said they were glad to hear pence was okay. pence did not answer questions late thursday, when he got to his hotel. >> governor -- >> reporter: so the ntsb will be looking at the black boxes, the cockpit voice recorder and among the questions play any role here. how far did he land, coming in too fast, all of that will be apart of this investigation, with the ntsb arriving today. back to you. >> tom, thank you. we will talk to governor pence when joins us live in studio in the next half hour. let's get to the state of the race 11 days to go. new numbers out this morning on early voting.
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cast their ballots. according to data provided to us by target smart. >> take a look at the poll in the swing state of iowa. it shows a dead heat there. clinton and trump died there at 44%. >> both campaigns will be in iowa today. trump will be in new hampshire and maine. clinton in iowa, two events focused on women and early voters. also, this morning, trump is trouncing on the stolen-m his rival appears to be looking forward to what happens after election day. kristin welker kicks off our coverage this morning. >> reporter: savanna, good morning to you, she is increasingly looking beyond donald trump. her transition team now eyeing joe biden for a possible top job, but donald trump isn't letting up, trying to capitalize on the latest controversy raised by wikileaks.
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the spotlight. nbc news confirming hillary clinton's transition team is adding him to a short list for secretary of state. a story first reported by politico. after considering a run himself during the primary, biden has been a constant trail for clinton. clinton is ahead in most polls, but the race isn't locked up yet. and thursday, donald trump unleashing a new line of attack in battleground ohio, about clinton's tenure asre state. >> hillary clinton put the office of secretary of state up for sale and if she got the chance, she would put the oval office for sale also. >> reporter: trump is seizing upon the latest wikileaks document dump, including a 2011 memo written by bill clinton aide, doug band, who had worked for the clinton foundation and described what he called bill clinton, inc.
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secure and engage in for profit activities, including speeches, books and advisory seven gaueng >> he called it unorthodox. the rest of us call it outright corrupt. >> reporter: the e-mails aren't authenticated by nbc news or the clinton campaign, but clinton spokesperson pushing back. >> the state department has said there is no decision that hillary clinton made as secretary of state that was based on peopl w the clinton foundation. >> reporter: attempts to turn the page on those hacked e-mails thursday, clinton enlisted her not so secret weapon, michelle obama in north carolina. >> if hillary doesn't win this election, it will be on us. it will be because we did not vote for her. that's exactly what her opponent is hoping will happen. that's the strategy. to make this election so dirty and ugly that we don't want any
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message comes amid accusations the trump campaign is trying to lower the turnout a senior trump official telling bloomberg business week the campaign has, quote, three major voter suppression operations out. the unnamed source misspoke or no idea what we're trying to accomplish with mr. trump's campaign. last night, trump raising even more eyebrows. >> just now, we should just cancel the election and just give it to trump. >> reporter: as for the audio recording trump making lewd comments, the billionaire telling bill o'reilly, it is illegal. >> are you going to take action? >> reporter: the tape-recorded during a 2005 taping of "access hollywo hollywood" a tape owned by nbc universal.
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>> you'll see. >> reporter: trump is also getting heat this morning for referring to urban areas as ghettos, another misstep in a campaign can't afford any. secretary clinton will be in iowa, when her campaign has called its toughest battleground state, trying to energize women voters. matt and savanna, back to you. >> we have nicole wallacend let's start with hillary clinton has joe biden on a short list to be considered for secretary of state, should she win. a, what is your reporting on this? b, is that a story you like being out there right now? >> they do not like the story out there. they being the campaign. they say their focus is on closing strong, having the best 12, 13, whatever the heck it is, we have left to go. however, sources close to the current vice-president say that
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responsibilities, he is the vice-president deeply engaged in foreign policy, that if asked to continue to serve in that kind of capacity, he would certainly be willing to do so. and they acknowledge, as i think our reporting confirms, he is on that list. >> but it is kind of a measuring the drapes optics there, which i wouldn't think the clintons would want it all, considering they're still trying to make sure the vote turns out. >> the clinton campaign will say this publicly. the bst looking and saying this is over. they're already looking at appointments for the administration, that sends the exact message they don't want out there. >> let me ask you about wikileaks, it is a steady drip, drip, drip. at this stage of the campaign, 11 days to go, have voters supporting hillary clinton already factored this into their decision? have they come to accept that there are going to be things
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going to get satisfactory answers to? >> if you go back to why bernie sanders stayed in well beyond the point he could have become the democratic nominee, it was because of this lingering sense, and chuck todd reminds us everyday, these are the two most unpopular nominee, this is the bucket of issues that makes her unpopular. this sense that there is something shady going on. but this is baked in the cake now. even the people you talk to in battlegrnd voting for her, they are voting her despite these issues. >> if you're fence sitter, and you're being reminded anew, and if trump is relatively on message, that can't be good for clinton in the final moments of the campaign. >> it can't be. the good news for hillary clinton, she has a little bit of wiggle room there. when you look at the polls, if she loses a few points, some of
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flirting with the idea of voting for clinton. this is everything i didn't like about the clintons, there is still room for clinton to win. >> let's not forget, same thing on the trump side. people supporting him have already accepted the fact they are going to be things to do with his temperament that they don't like. >> neither one will see a big jump in their popularity in the next few weeks. >> steve, nicole, thanks very much. we move to the tense situation playing out in north carolina,ut with demonstrators who have set up camp on private land to protest the construction of a controversial pipeline. nbc national correspondence department, miguel almager has the latest. >> reporter: police and protesters spilled into the early morning hours, more than 140 people were arrested, and a second bridge was lit on fire. this, as demonstrators promise
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overnight, police held the ground where they clashed with native american protesters near cannonball, north carolina. an army of 200 officers clearing demonstrators, blogging a highway, used to block a pipeline under construction. using high pitch sound and firing beanbags and pepper spray, authorities arrested protesters who refused to leave private land. >> they were disobeying commands, many of the would get right in the faces of the officers and say nasty things to them. >> reporter: after blocking a bridge and starting fires, police say one demonstrator fired a gun at officers. hundreds vowing they'll be back. >> the question i ask, what lengths is north carolina willing to go to defend a multi billion dollar oil corporation. >> reporter: it will cross four states, north carolina, illinois and 1,200 miles of pipe. the $3.8 billion project capable
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a day. demonstrators say it is destroying sacred land. protesters also say the pipeline threatens to pollute the river, which provides water to millions of people. after months of protests, this has turned into a movement. the largest modern day gather of native americans, with celebrities and activists no comment from the oil company. but those opposing the pipeline say this fight is far from over. >> this has to stop. we have to stop the pipeline. for the protection of all of us. >> reporter: authorities have called this a mass arrest operation, and with more clashes overnight, both protesters and police say there is no end to the demonstrations in sight. matt and savanna.
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the making. world series returns to wrigley field for the first time since 1945. no, i was not there. the cubs and indians tied at a game apiece in the world series. fans at wrigley will be going out of their minds tonight. nbc's ron mott is in chicago, getting ready for game three. good morning. >> reporter: 71 years, the, spring training rolls ar we're going to the world series, and it never happens. this year, they're here. you guys ready? everywhere in chicago, you look, it is cubs, cubs, cubs. the ubs building here put a big "c" in front of the name. the lions at the art institute are wearing cubs helmets for the first time. they're tattooing themselves, fingernai fingernails, haircuts, you name it. 108 years since they won, and
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year, 108, the first manager of the team, creating the first baseball, 108 stitches, willis tower, broadcasting the games, 108 stories, and the family that bought the team is headquartered on 108th avenue in omaha. i've got to get into costume. how does the song go? >> cubs go! victory here with this song. they say the cubs will win tonight. guys, back to you. >> ron, thank you very much. what a fun scene. we're giving away a pair of tickets to that game. we're going meet the finalist for the search for world series super fan and find out who is going later. >> you were saying you weren't there, but listening to it on the radio in 1945 was just as exciting. >> i just set them up, you kick them through.
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forecast? >> if i was there, you were there, too. >> i was selling popcorn. let's show you the forecast for the next three days. today, windy, 64 degrees, some showers possible for tomorrow's game four, and 66. partly cloudy on sunday and temperature about 53 degrees. now, we've had some non-baseball like weather moving through. remember yesterday, talking about snow. this is michigan, and we are looking at any where from 1 to 3 inches of snow throughout parts of central michigan. and even into upstate new york, and new england. take a look. saratoga springs, albany, 1.7 inches of snow on this date. so a lot of snow. it is now pushing away. that's the good news. some snow? northern new england, wet along the coast. we maybe see about an inch of rain from portland into eastport. lesser as you get to west. as you get into northern new england, northern maine, maybe 4
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weather >> chris: good friday morning, everyone. the the heaviest rain off shore. still some lingering showers through the morning hours. a lot of them in southern new hampshire. once and a while this afternoon, one or two may work their way back in. still a passing shower this afternoon. temperatures this afternoon coming down a couple degrees as the wind turns back out of the west. gusty breeze with us throughout the day. weekend looking seasonable. late-day sprinkle possible on saturday.
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but a lot of dry hours in there and that's your latest weather. >> thanks, al. we're going to talk to mike pence about the landing at the airport and trump's campaign plans for the final days of the race. >> and chandra levi's mother talking about this about the relationship with her joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics.
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the rain not as heavy as last night. about an inch to an inch and a half of rain in many towns. 55 in boston. 44 in worcester. once that gusty winds pushes from the on shore direction, temperatures will fall a few degrees. we have a gusty wind across cape cod. leftover showers possible this afternoon. we'll still get system dryouts in here. late-day sprinkles tomorrow. temperatures tomorrow in the upper 50s. >> christa: let's get to your headlines. a man will face a judge after police say he tried to reason a credit investigators say the 51-year-old walked into the credit union wearing a mask. police say an off-duty officer inside chased the man out of the building. officers later arrested that suspect. police in reading are asking for the public's help in solving a few crimes. he's been involved in several robberies at commercial businesses throughout the past
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it is 7:30, friday morning, october 28, 2016. there is a happy crowd, and they are happy, because the one direction, specifically, niall horan, who has a solo act now. he is here. he has just released a and it soared right to number one. the girls outside all day. and they're like, and you are? >> you should tell them he will be inside and not outside. first, let's look at some of the headlines this morning, in ntsb go team arrives at laguardia airport to look into the incident involving governor mike pence's campaign plane. it slid off the runway during a bad rainstorm here last night.
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pence about that, and other things, in just a moment. federal jury delivered a surprise verdict on thursday. acquitting in the armed takeover of a federal wildlife refugee in oregon. the january standoff lasted about six weeks, brought attention to the long running dispute of control of federal lands. the bundys still face charges at a nevada ranch. vladimir putin sis his country is not trying to race. speaking in a form in sochi, he accused americans of hysteria, calling it a ploy to distract voters. donald trump jr., making an unexpected stop on his way to a campaign in arizona, to help a driver whose car was stuck. and trump is there on the right. he and two other men help push
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the woman. >> exciting times on the campaign trail. let's bring in indiana governor, mike pence. governor, good morning. always good to see you. we're really glad to see you, that was scary last night. what -- was it -- >> it was ten seconds of uncertainty, as the plane came down. we just have been so moved by the outpouring of concern, but we're all fine and ready to hit the campaign trail today. responders, thank the people who made the arrester strips also that stopped the plain before it got to the grassy area on to a busy highway here. >> right, it was pretty remarkab remarkable. we were flying low ceiling, but as soon as we landed, we could tell they were trying to brake the aircraft pretty quickly, and we felt the plane fishtailing a little bit, and then it slid side ways, and when we saw the
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in the front of the aircraft, we knew we were off the runway. but we're so grateful. it seemed like the first responders were literally around the airplane before it came to a rest. we thanked the pilots as well. my son is a marine corps aviator, and michael likes to say every landing you walkway from is a good landing. >> our campaign reporter part o used to bumpy landings. is that something you've ever been worried about before? >> no, i've never been concerned about it. we've been landing on some pretty short are underways around the country. we have a family in, we feel like we're supposed to be. hopefully serving as vice-president of the united states, after this election, so we're just, we're really grateful everybody is okay,
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and like i say, we're wheels up, off to pennsylvania and north carolina. >> you're really happy the president corps is okay? just kidding. i'm glad your wife and daughter are okay too. yesterday, your running mate joked and said maybe we should cancel the election and declare me the winner now. it was tongue and cheek, we should admit that, but coming on the meals of hheels of his pledging that he'll accept the results, should a candidate for president be casting doubt in that way? >> you're absolutely right in saying he was joking about that, specifically, he was talking about the news about obama care, which i can tell you, traveling out west, campaigning all week, people are very troubled by the news there will be a 25% in the average premiums under obama care next year. hillary clinton's plan is to continue to expand it. she would like to bring single
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obama care. donald trump and i are committed to repealing obama care and replacing it, with the kind of health insurance reform that gives consumers more choices. >> you are correct -- his joke was about obama care, but in combination with those other statements, should he be casting doubt on the election process? >> he was joking about that. but i -- i do think that now is the time for people to take an opportunity, not only to exercise their franchise to vote, and early voting is underway in many but also, where there are concerns about the process, you know, our elections are administered on a state level, whether you're republican, democratic, independent, there are ways for citizens to be respectfully involved in the electoral process. we want a victory on november 8th, but i want a victory for american democracy as well. >> you mention, we were talking about the rigged system this morning, you have seen polls tightening up and good momentum
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tick -- trump/pence ticket. does that relief any concerns about a rigged system? something that donald trump talks a lot about, that somehow the election will be unfair? here you are seeing things going more your way, does that settle those concerns? >> well, you know, when he has talked about rigged system, he has talked as much frankly about how the bias that we see in much of the national media, with all due respect to the both of you. there was a study recently that showed that evening network news, he gotten the majority of coverage in the last few months, but 91% of it was negative. >> the polls are tightening, the proof is in the pudding. >> i think they're tightening because the american people are focusing on how dramatic a choice we have here. a chance between change and status quo. choice between policies that have weakened america's place in the world, stifled our economy, and in donald trump, we have leadership that will rebuild our
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did through tax relief, regulatory reform, repealing obama care, and having trade deals that will put the american worker first. >> can you answer in five seconds, would joe biden make a good secretary of state. >> we'll have a lot of good choices if we have the privilege to serve. it is the greatest honor of my life, standing shoulder to shoulder with the man who i believe will be the next president of the united states. >> heading to pennsylvania today. >> pennsylvania and north carolina. >> pennsylvania, could you drive or take the just a thought. governor, thank you, our best to your family as well. >> thank you. let's check the weather with al. >> warm weather to talk about throughout most of the country, could even be records set in between the rockies and into the plains. we're looking at 85 degrees in oklahoma city. san antonio, atlanta, 70s in indianapolis, and that makes its way to the southeast, as we get into the beginning of next week
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>> chris: good friday morning, everyone. the the heaviest rain off shore. still some lingering showers through the morning hours. a lot of them in southern new hampshire. once and a while this afternoon, one or two may work their way back in. still a passing shower this afternoon. temperatures this afternoon coming down a couple degrees as the wind turns back out of the west. gusty breeze with us throughout the day. weekend looking seasonable. late-day sprinkle possible on saturday. a few showers possible sunday afternoon. and and of course, we're all a excited, sunday night football night in america, at&t said y stadium, it will be clear, mild and 78 degrees. on sunday night, football night, in america, here on nbc.
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congressman gary condon spoke out for the first time in 15 years, what it has been like for the subject of so much speculation over chandra levy's despair rans. >> now the levy's family is
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>> right after gary condon's interview aired, we sat down with susan, saying she still has unanswered questions, but she feels condon has every right right now to share his story. >> did you not have a row plan take involvement with her and you were not involved in her dis -- disappear, in any way. >> the investigation turned into a soap opera, while levy did visit his office and condo, he said they were only friends. >> why is it you will not answer publicly whether you had a sexual relationship with chandra levy? >> doctor phil, i haven't, you know, answered that question publicly for 15 years, and i'm not going to change my position or my view on that today or probably any time in the future. not only is it not relevant, but i think that people are entitled to some level of privacy.
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watched and listened. >> my heart is broken. and he has tried to clear his name, and that's okay. >> susan levy says after watching the interview, there is more to the story. >> it wasn't a made-up thing. they weren't just good things. i know otherwise. i did talk to my daughter. and i found out who she was dating, secretively, because i was able to guess it. >> as for chandra's murder, this man was convicted, but appealed. >> they interviewed people trying to find out things about me. their case was based on dirtying me up. >> this year, prosecutors dropped the charges, saying they
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opinion was pound dead inside a room. no officers were hurt. man is facing a judge after police say he tried to rob a credit union in west roxbury. police say an offcutie officer inside. man confronted him inside and he chased him out of the building. officers later arrested the suspect. suspect. we're back with more local our children, they look up to us. suspect. we're back with more local what we value, how we treat others. try and their future to. will it be the one respected around the world, or the one who frightens our allies and emboldens our enemies? the one with the deep understanding of the challenges we face, or the one who is unprepared for them? a steady hand? or a loose cannon? common sense and unity, or drama and division?
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it's 8:00. close call. vp hopeful, mike pence's plane slides off the runway, as his campaigns in ohio, and calls for a big win. >> we should just cancel the election and just give it to trump, right. while hillary clinton tries to shake off new allegations of improprieties at her family foundation, with just 11 days to go until the election. plus, big country surprise. hoda heads south to treat a very special teacher to the surprise of a lifetime. >> alicia. >> oh, my god. >> and you won't believe what
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>> i don't know we're going. if the whole world was watching -- and going solo, he shot to star dumb in one direction. now, niall horan is kicking off a solo career, with a highly anticipated performance, right here in studio 1a, today,
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we are back now, 8:00 on friday morning. it is the 28th day of october, 2016. we have a big, big fall classic crowd here. a lot of these people probably here here to see niall horan as well. from what group? >> one direction. >> you have a brain cramp. >> i love it. >> you rarely do. >> you flushed. >> you know what, when it came out of my mouth, i said that didn't sound right, and then she screams. >> i know, sorry. >> you were channelling the fifth dimension from the '70s. >> by the way, we have such a great crowd on the plaza this morning. everybody is fired up. but i have to say, there is nothing like the crowd we're going to see at wrigley field for game three of the world series, and tamron is holding the nearly impossible tickets.
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we're just quickly, can we show savannah's jersey. >> we're wearing our jerseys. you've got your cubs. >> come on, man. neutral? >> you need to go out on a limb. >> they're both so great. they both deserve. >> earlier this week, we launched our world series super fan get away, kicking off a search for the biggest cubs and indians fans out there. someone with two tickets, and now going to thousands of entries, we're going to give away two more tickets, this time, to the ultimate cubs fan. so let's take a look at our three finalists. first up, we have jennifer massinato, her husband, dwight, he is sobbing at a bar. >> oh. >> the moment the cubs made it to the world series, the two of them went to their first cubs
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together ever since. >> next up, barb stewart, and dwight, dwight is a former principal and gave barb her first teaching job, because he could tell she was a cubs fan, 41 years ago, and the two still get together to talk about the team. you're cubs fan. love it. and last but not lease, roselle animal, who has been by her side for 39 years. the bear went on the honeymoon. the up ansd downs and downs and downs of every cub season. meanwhile, channel is in chicago, with tickets for tomorrow's game. baseball heaven. how are the fans holding up? >> reporter: i wish i had the
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i have a question for you. i have a question. is anybody going to work today? is anything goi-- anybody going work? let's get to it. let's introduce you to the finalists. first of all, we have jennifer and her husband, dwight. you saw him tearing up when you found out you were going to the wrigley field. >> he did the ugly cry. he didn't even ugly cry at our wedding. i knew it was real. those emotions were completely real. >> whatld game? >> no words can even describe what it would mean to me to go to a game. it's going to be such an amazing time. we've been waiting for this for so long. >> reporter: speaking of that, let me introduce you to barb and dwight. you've been waiting for 41 years. what would it mean, especially here in chicago, some people have been waiting a lifetime for this. >> a lifetime. i watched with my dad. my mom is 99. we're just so excited.
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hired me right out of college. >> you got to be friends ever since. >> he hired me because i was a cubs fan. >> now we have raquel and her father, rafael. this is ted here. have you ever watched him? look at ted. have you ever washed him? >> i have not washed ted, because he doesn't need a bath. >> for the last 40 years, he doesn't need a bath. all right, are we ready to announce who is going to the game? drum roll, okay, i've got the two tickets here. ready? the winner -- the winner is --
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>> tell me this, you guys -- i think i'm going to cry. you guys have been waiting your whole life for this. he is 88 years old. ba ar barb, congratulations. back to you. i'm about to cry. >> they're going to have a blast. thank you for that. that was fun. >> so cute. all right, we do have other stories. here's the news at good morning, no word series tickets here, but we do begin with the race for the white house. i'm hallie jackson in new york, where mike pence has a new campaign plane after his other one skidded off the runway overnight here at laguardia. no injuries, but the ntsb is looking into it. both trump and pens will get back out on the campaign trail,
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team is considering a big name as a possible cabinet member, joe biden, if clinton wins. on a rainy runway, a scary landing. >> remain seated. >> reporter: mike pence's plane, skidding off the tarmac, mud splashing the windshield. >> there was a quick bounce, and for about two or three seconds, started to slide. >> reporter: no one was hurt. pence, posing with rescuers afterwards, the accident shut down the airport for nearly 40 mis. a little bit, and then it slid side ways, and when we saw the mud splash up on the windows up in the front of the aircraft, we knew we were off the runway. >> reporter: pence, getting a call from his running mate, as donald trump headed to a rally in ohio. >> the plane skidded off the runway, and was pretty close to grave, grave danger, but i just spoke to mike pence, and he is
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>> reporter: trump, blitzing the buckeye state, where he was asked in an interview whether he blames the "access hollywood" tape for his second place showing. >> the microphone was not supposed to be on. but certainly it was an illegal act that was nbc. >> reporter: the candidate, threatening to sue nbc, "access hollywood" and universal programs. with 11 days left, getting it over with already. >> we should just cancel the election, and just give it to trump, right? what do we have to do. what are we having. her policies are so bad. >> reporter: hillary clinton, now under fire for what is seen as the most damaging wikileaks yet, stolen e-mails, not authenticated by nbc news or the campaign, describing bill clinton's business dealings, making millions from donors. that's not illegal. but republicans are pouncing,
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campaign trail, and looking ahead to a potential future clinton administration. new this morning, a source familiar with the decision-making confirms a politico report that clinton is now seriously considering vice-president joe biden as secretary of state. if she wins. to help her get there, the former first lady is getting a hand from the current first lady. some, in the fired up crowd, waiting overnight for the chance to see clinton and michelle obama on stage election, that will be on us. it will be because we did not stand with her. it will be because we did not vote for her. and that is exactly what her opponent is hoping will happen. >> reporter: hillary clinton will be in iowa today, and so will donald trump later on tonight, with a new poll showing the race in a dead heat, tied at 44% each. we're also getting a new look at
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clinton with a clear financial advantage over trump, as we head into the last 11 days before election days. matt and savannah. >> hallie, thank you very much. up next, what michael phelps is revealing about his secret wedding. biggest and best surprises yet. look who is here. from one direction, goes solo, with a performance in studio 1a. he just corrected o is celebrating 115 years, giving away one hundred and fifteen thousand dollars and other daily cash prizes. buy today for your chance to win! ?
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good. so, how much longer you think this will take? i'll over-explain the process, then give you an unrealistic timeline. i'll nod in agreement so my wife thinks i understand what you're saying. i look forward to questioning your every move. okay, well i'll leave your house in shambles and disappear for six months. wouldn't it be great if everyone said what they meant? the citi? double cash card does. it lets you earn double cash back: 1% when you buy, and 1% as you pay. the citi double cash card. double means double. trending, folks. >> remember, a little earlier in the week, we were talking about the closed door buttons and elevators, basically useless, all right. "the new york times" highlighted two other buttons that don't make a difference, either. first, the crosswalk button. >> i knew it. >> you're waiting to cross the street, waiting to push the button, thinking the light will
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pedestrians move along, guess what. they don't do anything. >> why are they there? >> the question of our time. >> and secondly, the office thermostat. don't bother. many offices are filled with dummy thermostats, designed to make workers think they have some kind of control. >> that's sad. >> that's horrible. what about the belly button? >> why is that there? >> why what does it do? >> what is it holding up. >> joining us now, the dough boy. all right, any of you guys hit the snooze button. >> i don't hit it. >> i don't hit it, because i fall back asleep. >> i have to get up right away. i hit the snooze. >> you're snoozer? >> in so many ways, yes.
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>> no, i think it is living dangerously, never. we can settle this. a reader wrote in saying is it all right to hit the snooze button. the response was flat out no, it is not. this columnist, i don't know what the expertise is, you need to get up as soon as your alarm goes off, if you don't, you confuse your body. i think it is more stressful, you fall asleep and then the alarm. >> how many you have, how many do you have? >> i have like seven. that's just a snooze button. that's the same thing. >> see, but i get up with the first alarm generally. i don't know. i'm just always -- >> failsafe. >> exactly. >> proud of the jack-o'-lantern you just carved. those are nothing, compared to the engineers at nasa's jet laboratory came up with. look at this. there is a barbecue spit roast,
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takeoff on the pacman game. what a return mission from mars might look like. and of course, a little political commentary. >> wow. >> look at that. >> it's like when martha stewart comes here and you want to go home and throw yours out the window. >> exactly. >> your results may vary. >> i know. personally, we like this jack o lantern the most, our body charlie, isn't that cute. >> oh! >> charlie said, i love it. >> he was simply glowing. >> oh, that's cute. >> let's do "pop start." >> michael phelps secretly married in june before he arrived in rio for the games. he explained why he kept the wedding so secret. >> i had to keep it secret from you all. i had to keep it hush-hush from you guys.
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just because. you got to have something, you guys. baby number two coming soon. who knows. >> wait, stop the press. baby number two? baby coming soon. >> he has already stripped down. >> he kept the secret just because he could, and that's good enough reason for anybody. he also hinted the new baby, he and nicole, already parents to the cutest little kid, boomer, born in may. >> that's a big o >> i know. >> i think he may know something. >> if we follow that pattern. >> jennifer lopez is expected to bring her musical right here on nbc. it is "hair spray" and nbc announced that jennifer will star in next year's production, "bye-bye birdie". in a statement, jennifer called it one of her childhood
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>> she is one of the busiest people in the world. she is vegas, doing this. >> does it all level ten. fantastic. >> we'll see "bye-bye birdie." >> kids watch that. >> i think she'll do really good. come on. >> chris: good friday morning, everyone. the the heaviest rain off shore. through the morning hours. a lot of them in southern new hampshire. once and a while this afternoon, one or two may work their way back in. still a passing shower this afternoon. temperatures this afternoon coming down a couple degrees as the wind turns back out of the west. gusty breeze with us throughout the day. weekend looking seasonable. late-day sprinkle possible on saturday. a few showers possible sunday afternoon. but a lot of dry hours in there and
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pink power today is sponsored by net jets, the worldwide leader in private aviation. and now it is time for the finale of our series, in honor of breast cancer awareness month. >> hoda has been crisscrossing the country this month. >> i have had so much fun. such a special month. we've do a spa surprise, surprise party, surprise car delivery, even a surprise from wonder woman of one of country music's biggest stars. we told luke bryan about that amazing special ed teacher in mississip mississippi, and he was more than happy to help her kick up the dust. >> you're lucky, you may have had that extra special teacher in your life. >> she is like a second mom. >> you know, the one who wouldn't just make learning fun,
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>> you got this test. you know it. you're ready. >> at rich land high school in richland, mississippi, it is alicia tems, ms. tems to her kids. >> she is like a lioness, that protects not only her family, but her family at the school. >> i love her. she is the most kindest person you'll ever meet. >> she'll stand up for you, no matter what. >> even wn with breast cancer a year and a half ago, which she tried to hide from her two young children, and her students as long as she could. until she lost her hair from chemo. >> we prayed, and we said that this will work. and -- i don't believe the girl missed a day. >> her students, still emotional about watching their greatest protector in pain.
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hey, hey, i'm fine. >> alicia acknowledges, it was these students who got her through those dark times. >> it was hard. i wouldn't have made it, had it not been for them. >> but little did she know, the whole school was in on a little secret. alicia's husband cliff, had written us about helping him arrange an adventure of a spoid and a princess for the day. >> we had to tell a little white lie, doing a piece on special education teachers. we were about to reveal we were doing a piece on one special education teacher. [ applause ] >> the camera crew here today,
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and going on a trip. >> we quickly whisked alicia off to the airport. where she hopped aboard a private plane to designations unknown. >> here we go. i don't know we're going. >> 90 minutes later, alicia and cliff touched down. >> there is a limo. why are those people filming? >> and alicia was still out, this was all for her. >> what is that? >> alicia. >> oh, my god. >> hi. >> okay, do you know where you are? >> no, i don't. >> you are in houston, texas. okay, guess where you guys are going tonight? >> where? >> oh, my god.
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you're loved. >> yes. >> i don't know if you know how much you're loved. do you know? >> i found out today. >> come on in. >> and the love continued on board the limo, with brand new concert ts and cowboy hats, naturally. >> tell me about you and luke bryan. have you ever seen him in concert? >> no, this is my first concert. >> what do you mean? >> ever. >> this is your first very concert ever? >> yeah. >> this is the best and the best day ever was about to get even better, as we waited backstage for the concert to begin. >> oh, my god! >> are you having a good day yet? >> yes, oh, my god. >> good to see you. i'm glad you all are having a good time. >> thank you. >> how are you? >> you all are from mississippi. flew in today?
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>> oh, my god. can you take a picture? >> hey, we got time for that. >> don't you love luke? >> i love being able to do this. make people happy. you got your tickets that hoda hooked you up with? >> hoda don't have the tickets. i got the tickets. there you go. i know a guy in the ticket office. >> luke, we love you. thanks to you. >> we love doing going through. we know it is a struggle, and -- >> you want one more hug? >> yes. >> glad you're beating it. >> yeah. >> awesome. have fun tonight. >> thank you. >> good to meet you. >> luke, fun was an understatement. >> houston! >> as far as concerts, this one wasn't bad.
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whiskey ? ? whiskey makes my baby feel a little frisky ? >> a special day for a deserving special ed teacher from mississippi. ? rain is a good thing ? >> we love her so much, we're so happy to report, alicia is doing great. her doctors say she is in remission. by the way, when luke barged in the room, she was face timing her mother. she was like bye, mama. big dive in for luke. >> i love it was her first concert, ever. >> big thanks to luke bryan and his entire team. he is up for entertainer of the year. big thank you to the jets as well. they do such great work with the corporate angel network for cancer patients. we had so much fun doing it this month. >> hoda, thank you for all the smiles and a couple of tears too. let's head over to tamron. >> i hear the screams starting. do you hear it?
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niall horan, talking about your single. what's up? he doesn't have a halloween costume yet. we're talking about that. are you excited?
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>> this is 7news now. >> christa: good morning, everybody. it's friday, october 28th. here's chris lambert with a check of your forecast. >> chris: beginning to dry on out. boston to the braintree split, a few showers up to the seacoast of new hampshire and the northern coast of middlesex ty patchy shower or two possible this afternoon. 52 in boston. 42 in worcester. the wind turning become off shore. it will be gusty through the day. temperatures sliding down a few degrees. generally averaging up to 40, near 50. >> christa: a man will be facing a judge after police say he tried to rob a credit union in west roxbury. an off-duty officer was inside, confronted this man and chased him out of the building. police and swat teams surrounding a hotel in hampton, new hampshire. police say man fired at officers
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the union leader is reporting the man was later found dead inside of a room. no officers were injured. three teenagers will be facing a judge today in dorchester. an that's in connection with a robbery that happened in mattapan. police say the teenagers used this gun in order to rob a man on wednesday night. officers later tracked down the suspects a short time afterward. "today in new england" comes back at 9:00. we certainly hope to see you for your latest on the forecast, and, of course, your local headlines. now back to the "today show" in new york. the difference... always putting people first. maggie hassan helped energize our economy by focusing on families,
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good morning, everybody. it is 8:30, friday, october 28th. we've got a great crowd on the plaza. pretty ladies. we are going to turn it up quite a bit in quite a few moments, because -- >> yes. >> niall horan, of one direction fame, yes, is coming out right about now. >> boom.
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guys. he is going to perform his new solo single in just a little bit. and yes, he has will legions of waiting all morning. >> great guy. meanwhile, we've covered the world series excitement, but there is a big football game as well. we've got chefs from both cities here, ready to share a few favorite fool recipes. >> so savannah, what time do i call you and mike after the eagles lose to my cowboys? >> don't talk to me. >> snack talk. >> this is the one time we go at it. one time a year. with the holidays right around the corner, we'll introduce you to the year's absolute best new toys, talking about the best new toys, so we don't have to waste your time and money on anything else. speaking of the holiday, halloween is on monday, and
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ourselves. revealing our big costumes don't miss it. come dressed up. >> let's check the weather. let's look at the weekend. starting with tomorrow, we're looking at wet weather in the pacific northwest, northern and southern california, record warmth from midatlantic into the gulf coast. sunday, sunday, more rain, moving into the northeast. wet weather from the plains. the upper misip valley, flooding rain, central california, and let's look ahead toward halloween night. spooky. casper, wyoming, 48, salem, >> chris: good friday morning, everyone. the the heaviest rain off shore.
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through the morning hours. a lot of them in southern new hampshire. once and a while this afternoon, one or two may work their way back in. still a passing shower this afternoon. temperatures this afternoon coming down a couple degrees as the wind turns back out of the west. gusty breeze with us throughout the day. weekend looking seasonable. late-day sprinkle possible on saturday. a few showers possible sunday afternoon. but a lot of dry hours in there and that's your latest weather. don't forget, check it out any channel. thousands of now toys hit the shelves each and every year, just in time for this time of year. holiday season. which ones will stand up to the ultimate test, the kid test. only a select few earn an oppenheim, revealing the winners. >> good to see you, matt. >> these are kid tested, parents choices.
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and at the end of the day, the kids have to love them. the first toy is from little people, and they're playing with it. what's great is you can use it as a tower, so you can use it this way. >> sets up two different ways. >> two different ways. the highest, and sets up as a roadway there. highest rating for toddler toys, our parents testers wanted me to say, it does c >> next is what? >> castles are not new, but this one is. you can build is as one big castle, james, elizabeth are playing with it. it is a great to pretend they can use, and really good for building story telling ability, language skills, a great toy. >> durable, it will hold up? >> yeah it is a great toy.
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season that teach kids, introduce them to coding. >> how? >> each part will send it in a different direction and make a different sound. so kids learn how to use things in sequence, in an age appropriate way. one of the best uses of technology. it lights up, goes off, open-ended game. it is a lot of fun. >> i love that. >> now we're in early school. matt, this is one of the coolest toys -- >> like a tablet. >> this is osmo, i can draw a line, anything. i can then put one of the award stickers here. i push the button, and the animation will magically, watch for it, it will grab the wand. see the wand is in the animation. you know what i love about this toy is that it engages kids to use technology in an active way, rather than just watching the screen passively. >> is this expensive? >> the add-on is under $50.
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we grew up with racetracks, the showdown, what is different here is you have light-up tracks that glow in the dark, but then the cars will also leave a trace of light. super cool. this is a super big set. i call this a grand toy, but there are smaller sets. >> would this be appropriate for a 58-year-old man. i may have to take it home. >> you got it. everything on the site is not high this is a message from verizon group. they can show off, and also give as gifts, which we like as well. tweens, castles are super hot and this has enough to make seven different bracelets. >> last but not least? >> all right, this is the invention mansion from goldie
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build it any way you want. what i love, it is targeted to girls, but the brothers of the girls who tested it wanted it, and they wanted to build it. it is so cool. it even has a trapdoor. >> very cool. >> yeah. >> price see, or not? >> $59, and we have things on all price ranges, for all budgets and all ages. >> stephanie, these are great ideas. >> thank you, matt. >> as always, thank you very much. for the complete list of platinum war out today.com. the cowboys and eagles, but the cowboys and eagles, but first, this is "today" on nbc. i served under president bush and obama. i fought the taliban. i was asked to form a global coalition to counter isil. when someone makes the comment that they know more about the islamic state or isil than do the generals, it implies a complete ignorance of the reality. but i believe secretary clinton really understands the threat
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cowboys, here representing the city, and from the deep heart of texas, good morning to both of you. >> we've got a texas style recipe that tray will do. and we're doing cheesecakes, but you've got a twist. >> we're doing grilled cheese, so it will be crazy. i have a pork shoulder, i take a knife and make incisions on the inside. take the garlic and push it inside. each on that's all. >> big shoulder. >> but this will cook down. i take some rosemary, shove it in. little bit of salt on the outside, same thing with the pepper. don't be afraid of the pepper. olive oil across the whole thing. pick it up, drop your oil everywhere, and pop it right into a crock pot. >> slow cooker. >> do it for about eight hours. leave it and let it go.
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all you have to do is pull it part. >> that moist and easy. >> super, super easy. press it together. then you're going to pull it apart, let it sit. on the inside, there is a whole bunch of good garlic as well as in the pot, i put garlic too. pop it in there, and a little bit of the this, and i make my garlic butter. it works across. then over here -- >> nothing going to waste here. >> nothing. i've got my garlic buer grain butter. >> i've got my cheese -- we're not all swine fans in philly, but this is a good way to go. pop the butter on the outside, just like that, and i take my pork, provolone. >> it has to be? >> it has to be, aged, nutty flavor to it. a little bit of broccoli rabe. the recipe is on the website.
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is not as bitter. then your pulled pork over the top of that. same thing on the other side. pop it over here. >> throw it on the griddle. >> right on the griddle. >> i'm calling half time, tasters, what do we think of the cheese steak. >> it's good. >> i'm on the second half already. >> jay, what are we making? >> you know what, my boy j.j. wilcox is one of my closest frs, so j.j.'s favorite chicken pies, i make a spice rub out of coriander seeds, chilli flakes, add it to the salt, season your chicken thighs, bone in, skin on. that's where the flavor is at, baby. >> don't think about a chicken breast, right? >> no, it is not that recipe. >> i know. we're not doing that. >> no, no, no.
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thighs, coomb the veg right here in the pan. hit it with some red wine. >> nice. >> tomato, thyme, it goes over this, pop it in the oven, boom. nice and simple. brai braise it and it will fall off grits. >> let me take this giant spoon. >> there you go. >> guys, what do you think -- sorry, i'm eating for two. >> this is so good. what a new interpretation. >> it is where the flavor is at, baby. >> you are gatietting a lot of love. >> cowboys got the record. we may have to take it to
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>>announcer: the citi concert series is presented to you by citi. >> hugely successful group, one direction, and his fans are so happy, because he is stepping out on his own. >> his solo career is off to a great start, his single, called "this town." >> debuted at number one on the twitter and top tracks. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> we were outside, talking about the world series and all of a sudden, this commotion in the crowd, and it was because
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little rehearsal. are you still getting your arms around that? >> you never get used to it, actually. i was saying to everyone this morning how nostalgic to be back here. i don't remember if all the times we were here. >> of course we do. >> so yeah, obviously you never get used to that. >> security still talks about that. >> so do i. >> let's talk about going out on your own, which i'm sure in some ways, it is bitter tweet, but it must be your music. >> obviously, it is going to be different, because there is less people with me. but yeah, it was a daunting prospect, but you know, the song is good, and i'm enjoying making the album and stuff like that. it has been a fun process, something i'm sure i'll get used to. >> always liked you so much, loved you so much, i saw you on he will le ellen and then i saw you on
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people mistake the two of you for one another. >> all the time. every time we go online, it's niall and ellen. they do split screen and all of that. >> we've got your halloween costume. >> seven with the skit with james. >> who is the better dancer, you or ellen. >> ellen. s she daniels >> ladies and gentlemen, niall horan. ? waking up to kiss you and nobody's there ? ? the smell of your perfume still stuck in the air ? ? it's hard ? ? yesterday i thought i saw your shadow running round ? ? it's funny how things never
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? so far from the stars ? ? and i want to tell you everything ? ? the words i never got to say the first time around ? ? and i remember everything ? m from when we were the children playing in this fairground ? ? wish i was there with you now ? ? if the whole world was watching i'd still dance with you ? ? drive highways and byways to be there with you ? ? over and over the only truth ? ? everything comes back to you ? ? i saw that you moved on with someone new ? ? in the pub that we met he's got his arms around you ?
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? and i want to tell you everything ? ? the words i never got to say the first time around ? ? and i remember everything ? ? from when we were the children playing in this fairground ? ? wish i was there with you now ? ? if the whole world was watching i'd still dance with you ? be there with you ? ? over and over the only truth ? ? everything comes back to you ? ? you still make me nervous, butterflies come alive when i'm next to you ? ? over and over, the only truth,
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? know that i can't move on, there is something about you ? ? if the whole world was watching i would still be watching you ? ? over truth ? ? everything comes back to you ? ? butterflies come alive when i'm next to you ? ? over and over the only truth
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? everything comes back to you ? [ applause ] niall, thank you so much. what a beautiful song. we're back in a moment, on friday morning. this is "today" on nbc. ben hassan is my older brother. he is so funny, and so smart, and my best friend. all families have challenges,
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the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan
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you forget how beautiful your voice is individually. you have a stunningly beautiful voice. >> thank you, matt. you too. >> you travel with your family, your aunt is here, your cousins are here. >> my aunt has been living here for 30 years. >> she was mouthing every s >> you you have always traveled with your family, nice young man, since success has had. i'm so proud of you. >> thank you very much. >> we brought you ice cream. >> i haven't got a sweet tooth, but thanks. >> i do. >> no secret, this one loves milk shakes, she has cravings, which are normal. another one day. >> these were especially prepared in honor of universal's
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up these one of a kind milk shakes, a key lime pie shake, that has entire piece of key lime pie. a 19th century themed restaurant. check it out at universal orlando.com. >> that's the key lime pie, red velvet, which looks amazing. >> that's america. >> i know. chocolate, i don't know. i'll try this -- i'm going to go different. i'm going to do red velvet. >> willie, you've got to look ahead to sunday, don't you? >> yes, i do. we'll be live with both campaigns as we come up on a week with the presidential election, we'll be hearing from both sides, also highlighting up and coming artists, justin timberlake. talk about his family, new documentary, how he made the transition, as niall is doing now, from boy band to solo star. >> how did you get out of the
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>> i don't know. it can bring out a lot of courage. at the end of the day, you know that you're getting the opportunity to do what you love. and that's just something that can't be taken gofor granted. it could be different.
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ingbritt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> some plane problems for one vice presidential candidate. mike pence's aircraft going off the runway. his running mate back in new
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granite state. transforming tolls in massachusetts. what you need to know before tonight electronic switch over. >> we introduce you to another class act. this week it's a student putting his musical talents to use. >> the heaviest of the rain has tapered off. gusty wind and cool pattern continues for the next couple of day.
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>> rough landing. mike pence's plane going off the runway. what its like onboard during those tense moment. reports of shots fired at police the hotel stand off in new hampshire that forced police to surround this motel. and tolls in the state set to go electronic. the major turnover now just hours away. >> happy we've made it. it's 9:00. i'm sarah french. >> such happiness in your voice. it's friday. it's halloween weekend. and it looks like the rain is passing. a lot of us maybe a little bit lack of sleep from hearing the rain pound on the rooftop close to 2 inch in lynn. just under that in milford. chumsford an inch and two-thirds.

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