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it's friday, february fifth. coming up on "early today." democratic presidential candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders clash in their first one-on-one debate. >> i am very proud to be the only candidate up here who does not have a super pac. >> you will not find that i ever changed a view or a vote because of any donation that i ever received. meanwhile, republican candidates take aim at marco rubio who's rising in new hampshire polls. plus the former ceo who raised the price of a drug a life-saving drug, 5,000%, refuses to testify. we go live as super bowl a
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festivities are under way. and the golfing robot that can sink a hole in one. "early today" starts right now. good morning. i'm page hob kins. hillary clinton and bernie sanders battled in the campaign season's first one-on-one debate last night. clinton responding to sanders's recent campaign line. >> i was asked if i was a moderate or a progressive. do i like to get things done. k4erry picking a vote here or there doesn't change my record. >> the pair also duked it out over one of the major narratives of this campaign season, being the establishment candidate. >> our campaign is a campaign of the people by the people, and for the people. so, rachel, yes, secretary clinton does represent the establishment. i represent, i hope, ordinary americans -- and by the way, who are not all that enamored with
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the establishment. >> well, look. i got to just jump in here, because, hon negligently, senator sanders is the only person who would characterize me, a woman running to be the first woman president as exemplifying the establishment and i've got to tell you that -- it is -- it is really quite -- it's really quite amusing to me. >> later they battled over national security. >> we differed on the war in iraq, which created barbaric organizations like isis. not only did i vote against that war, i helped lead the opposition. >> look, we did differ. a vote in 2002 is not a plan to defeat isis. we have to look at the threats that we face right now, and we have to be prepared to take them on and defeat them. >> it wasn't all back and forth though, and near the end of the
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debate, the candidate shared a kum ba yah moment. >> if i'm so fortunate to be the nominee, the first person i will call to talk about how to get it do will be senator sanders. >> i respect the senator very much and i hope it's mutual and on our worst days we're 100 times better than any republican candidate for president. you like that? >> that's true. it's true. >> so, who won? going by social media, it was a toss-up. the share of the conversation on facebook, a dead tie, and while clinton edged out sanders on twitter, sanders gained more followers during the debate. noil, with only four days until the new hampshire primary, republicans have their own debate this saturday. seven of the nine remaining candidates will take part. carly fiorina and jim were gillmore missed the cut, and there is no undercard debate.
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this, as a new poll shows marco rubio leapfrogging ted cruz into second place in new hampshire behind front-runner donald trump. rubio's fellow candidates are taking notice and increasing attacks. nbc's hallie jackson has more. >> reporter: with momentum in new hampshire, marco rubio's hoping for a photo finish drawing crowds in every shot as republican rivals take theirs. >> thank you, guys for being here. >> reporter: the new attacks, sparked by this slip, endorsing rubio but seeming to struggle when asked why. >> can you name his top accomplishment in the senate. >> my feeling on marco is, someone who has tremendous potential, tremendous gifts. if you look at being a minority in the united states senate in the a year, four years where nothing got done, i guess it's hard to say they're accomplishments. >> reporter: rubio's establishment competitors pouncing like jeb bush. >> his whole life is about
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ambition. he's gifted. he can turn a phrase really well. but what has he done? >> he wrote an amnesty bill for illegal immigrants. >> reporter: the former senator fighting for the v.a. and fighting trafficking. >> i'm proud of my service. we have real achievements. >> reporter: rubio trying to stay above the establishment pay and so is john kasich campaigning at this high school. >> are you the president? >> i am. >> did you run a negative campaign? >> wouldn't it be great if you could run like you did for class president where you just tell people what you're for, instead of spending your time trashing somebody else. >> reporter: but donald trump is slamming all politicians in typically trump fashion. >> i was going to say they're full of [ muted ] but i won't say that. >> nbc's hallie jackson reporting. hillary clinton is nlt the only one being dogged by the email scandal.
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classified information was also sent to the personal accounts of former secretary of state colin powell and condoleezza rice, a top aide of his successor, and the e-mails were not marked classified at the time they were sent, investigators said. powell said nothing secret went to his personal account. the stage is set for the biggest weekend. more than 1 million visitors are expected to pour into the city by the bay, for sunday's big super bowl match up between the carolina panthers and the denver broncos. good morning, jay, i'm guessing the fess fivties are pretty much under way already? >> reporter: you're absolutely right and have been for the last several days, ramping up. now friday morning we're into super bowl weekend here in the bay area. more than a million fans expected to be in the region before it's all said and done. hundreds of thousands headed
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here right now without a ticket to the big game. >> everybody welcome to san francisco. the host of super bowl 50. >> reporter: it is literally the golden ticket, and as we get closer to the game, a tough ticket for those who want to be part of football history by the bay. >> you wonder if you're ever going to get the opportunity to go. >> reporter: for dennis and judy, lifelong bronco fan, super sunday will be personal. >> it's our anniversary. february 7th. >> the day of the super bowl. >> the day of the super bowl. >> reporter: and they'll celebrate at their first super bowl ever with a romantic dinner. >> i'll buy her a beer and a hot dog. [ laughter ] >> reporter: for those who don't have a seat yet, time and ticket supply are running short. >> it's a situation where this is a very expensive ticket. >> reporter: $5,000 and more and climbing. >> there's more supply.
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the prices are actually higher. >> reporter: and if you're paying a price, you'll want to make sure it's the real deal. >> the nfl has done a phenomenal job of building a ticket with a great deal of security features. >> reporter: some you can't see, others that are obvious. >> there's a hologram here, you need the light to see that and then there's the heat-sensitive ink. >> reporter: on a ticket to a memory that will last a lifetime. yeah, again, $5,000, the going price right now that's going to go up, brokers say, getting closer to kickoff and believe it could be the highest priced ticket to the super bowl ever when this is all said and done. let's compare that to a ticket to super bowl i. face value on those -- $10. that is the latest here live in san francisco. back to you. >> jay gray, thank you. remember that former pharmaceutical ceo accused of hiking prices by 5,000%?
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this, on a life d-saving drug? he repeatedly invoked his fifth amendment. he provoked a lot of anger along the way. nbc's anne thompson has that story. >> reporter: appearing to smirk. >> are you listening? >> reporter: and often inattentive. >> yes. >> reporter: former pharmaceutical ceo martin shxrely lived up to his bad bsh boy reputation appearing before congress. >> i intend to use the advice of my counsel, not yours. >> reporter: posing for pictures instead of lyning. >> it's not funny, mr. shxrely. people are dying and they're getting sicker and sicker. >> reporter: shkreli declines to answer why he raised the price of a drug by 5,000%. >> do you think you did anything wrong? >> on the advice of counsel, i invoke my fifth amendment privilege. >> reporter: under federal indictment for unrelated
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securities fraud, the 32-year-old shkreli usually loves to talk. >> i'm from the street. >> reporter: he less his attorney speak for him. >> some of what you saw, nervous energy by an individual who very much would like to explain what happened. >> reporter: leaving the others to face furious questioners. >> i find it repulsive what you've done. >> we've made mistakes, we're listening and we're changing. >> reporter: determined to have the last word, shkreli took to twitter calling the congressman an imbecile. no apology from the man who was once ran a company with a potential to save lives. anne thompson, nbc news, new york. >> nbc meteorologist bill karins is here with a friday forecast, or should i say a super bowl foreca forecast? >> a super bowl weekend.
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a horrible commute, cities in new york, boston and a little in d.c. could be ripple effects in the morning. inner mountain west, a few snow showers in northern portions of utah. a lot of moisture off the coast. some looks like it may try to sneak in here, especially into areas of washington state. that's about it. vancouver island, drenched. the olympics a decent amount of rainfall. the morning commute, at least, tlat a lot of it staying off the coast. temperatures actually getting warmer. this weekend a huge ridge of high pressure building over areas of the west into the beginning of next week. temperatures rising kwily. 74 through saturday and l.a. 78 and some of the work begins to spread northwards. by the time we get to sunday, 84 degrees in los angeles. fantastic. as far as the super bowl goes, couldn't have asked for a better
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forecast. game time, 73, sunny and mild.s. temperatures in the 40s near preen oh. >> sounds perfect for the super bowl. >> super bowl sounds good. skiing in tahoe sounds pretty good, too. >> that, i'd take, too, since i can't afford a ticket. thank you, bill karins. just ahead, new evidence to a somalia plane with a hole in it that points to a bomb. and no driver. stare at me. see me. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have. i'm not contagious. see me to know that i won't stop. until i find what works. discover cosentyx, a different kind of medicine for moderate to severe plaque psoriasis.
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federal reserve. a strong number could encourage them to continue raising interest rates while the weaker number could persuade them to hold off. meanwhile, president obama putting a charge on oil companies as part of his budget request next week. the government would use the new revenue to fund clean projects sump as high-speed railways, autonomous cars and clean energy research. and super bowl sunday is here. that, of course, means lots of viewers or archdvertisers, cost an ad, $5 million. up 11% from last year. car companies, financial services and food companies are spending the most this year and the most commercial time with 3.5 minutes. notable absences include mercedes and godaddy. back to you. >> thanks, landon. just ahead a robot hits the shot of the day on the links, while kobe turns back the clock on the hardwood. sports is next. i'm jerry bell the second. and i'm jerry bell the third. i'm like a big bear and he's my little cub.
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choose love new revlon ultimate-all-in-one mascara. now for some entertainment news -- beyonce apparently fired her entire staff, including her general manager of five years and her cousin. her cousin, queen b, hired a -- queen b hired a new team headed by former head of jpmorgan chase steve pa moan. ♪ do you remember ruv was changing the mind ♪ chasing the clouds away ♪ >> maurice white founder of the band earth, wind and fire died at the age of 74. many celebs including quincy joneses and others took to
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twitter to pay their respects. some of the bands included september and shining star. and jimmy fallon's bunch of adorable puppies predicting the super bowl last night. >> i want this to be a clean vote. okay? you got it? thank you. here we go. ready? let's release the puppies. oh, wow. landslide, landslide, landslide right there. i think it's obvious, the winner are -- the denver broncos! >> oh, there you go. i'm page hopkins and this is "early today." (baseball on tv in background) with heart failure, danger is always on the rise. symptoms worsen because your heart isn't pumping well.
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leave -- leading the news, the british want to come to america with wiretap orders and search warrants. an agreement would enable the british government to interseptember criminal and national security violations involving its own citizens but not obtain records of americans if it would surface. after outkrishgs retired ohio cop gets to buy police dog for $1. under state law matthew hickey could not keep his pup ajax since he's considered community property. the public raised money, paid a dollar to the city and the rett
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of the proceeds will be donated. just in time for the super bowl, nfl cheerleaders are scoring victories in labor lawsuits after five cheerleaders filed class action lawsuits for better wages and working conditions. in the past six months, teams agreed to more than $2.6 million in settlements with a guarantee of minimum wage pay. around march 5th, keep a lookout for a 100-foot asteroid expected to fly close to earth. scientists believe there's no danger that the asteroid will collide. >> what do you mean, "they believe?" >> they say there's no danger. >> they know. >> you never know. could collide with our planet. >> it may hit. >> you haven't seen enough movies. could come as close as 11,000 miles. check out this unbelievable video of two alligators fighting in southwestern florida. the footage, plik pro wrestling.
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one gate irbites and twirled the other gator to the edge of water. yi yikes. and employees a at a la jolla eatery came into work thursday morning -- ah, a sea lion snoozing in a booth. the pup was taken to a park to be cared for and fed. >> hard to catch food on your own. go to a strunt everestaurant ev then and get some service. and celebrating birthdays, heisman trophy winner roger staubach 74 and legendary hall of famer hank arens, 82. happy birthday to all of you. keep it right here for more news, weather and sports. i'm page hopkins. thanks for watching "early today." have a great friday and a terrific weekend. my name is kieran griffin.
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clamping down on security measures as we go full swing into super bowl weekend. don't be surprised when you see fighter jets, police forces and canines patrolling our skies and streets. plus, finding a way around the bay this weekend. b.a.r.t. numbers are about to pop as football fans and partiers pour into san francisco and santa clara. what's a super bowl party without another fireworks show? city leaders want to avoid the pitfalls of the last celebration when fireworks washed ashore. "today in the bay" starts right now. and very good morning to you, thanks so much for joining us, i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> i'm sam brock. sunshine is what we're looking for


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