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the public, -- employee bring the public, if they have any information to call them. making news on the zika virus. health officials in dallas confirm the first case in the u.s. spread through sexual contact. it has been almost 10 years since they have seen the virus transmitted in this way. the patient had sacks with someone who was infected in another country. it is primarily spread by mosquitoes and also blamed for a spike in birth defects in roughly 2 dozen countries. hillary clinton wins the iowa caucus. this was the closest, is ever among democrats. hillary clinton won by 2%. on the other side, donald trump was stunned by ted cruz 01 the iowa caucus. >> we are now on to new hampshire. we have teams covering all of
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kate merrill is with the republicans and ken macleod liz -- is with the democrats.>> reporter: the day after i you will, the picture is more clear. before the first in the nation primary in new hampshire next week, we wanted to get a sense of how voters are feeling after being inundated with ads and phone calls his last seven days. this is it. we hit the local diners to see what they are thinking. fran rule is one of the managers in manchester and has seen it all. >> most of them, if they are coming, they are here. president obama came here. >> reporter: she is ready for their day in the sun in 2016. >> they can come you and our
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that is so important. we need to shake hands and look and see what they are made of. that is what we want to know around here.>> reporter: after iowa -- >> i was a little surprised last night.>> reporter: about what? >> to have hillary and bernie tied. >> reporter: what did you think after you saw what happened in iowa last night? >> i was kind of surprised. i thought trump would take it. >> i was surprised that ted cruz one -- won. i was surprised it was so close between bernie and hillary.>> reporter: this should make a big difference. >> i think so. this is exciting. >> three-month-old alayna will not remember her first new hampshire voting but people are voting with their future in mind. >> i just want the country to be strong and that all people have an opportunity to succeed
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>> reporter: there may be a lot of debate around the country. is a democratic -- dimmitt graphics -- demographics are right or who shows up, this is all big. this is a new era and new hampshire politics. >> there's no question going from ohio to new hampshire, the republic -- republican races hotter than ever. >> we have ted cruz, donald trump and marco rubio all near the top. >> reporter: the event started early today. donald trump is expected in new hampshire at around 7:00. he will try to pump up the crowd after the disappointing second-place finish last night. >> what a victory last night! >> reporter: already stumping in
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is for -- first place in iowa and heads to new hampshire. >> we were counting on each one of you to set the candidates, not to listen to the empties talk, not to listen to the -- empty talk, not to listen to the campaign promises but to look us in the eye.>> reporter: marco rubio takes is for -- third-place finish and uses that to propel him to the granite state. last night he said he is confident he will be the nominee. >> when i am a nominee, we will unify the party and the conservative movement. on to new hampshire. >> reporter: second-place was not what trump was betting on but a humble candidate thanked supporters as he headed out of idea what getting ready to start again in new hampshire. >> we will go on to get the republican nomination and we will easily bay -- easily beat hillary or bernie.>> reporter:
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second-place finish but good news for donald trump a scott brown is expected to endorse him and is expected at this event. we should hear from both of them for the event at 6: 45. the event starts at 7:00 tonight. live in milford, new hampshire. they are neck-and-neck in iowa and didn't have -- waste any time heading east -- the democrats didn't waste any time heading east. >> this is the growing line for hillary clinton's 7:00 rally. with governor martin o'malley clinton versus sanders with one week to go. . >> [ laughter ] >> reporter: after a late night in iowa, it took this former president a few minutes to reverend the engine's.
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ignore the polls and turnover hillary clinton on primary day. >> you put her in any job and she will find a way to do more good in matchup than anyone else in the same job. >> the latest survey shows hillary clinton trailing bernie sanders here in the granite state. he is writing a formidable rafe right now. -- wave right now. hillary will lead the democratic party to where it should be. > reporter: this gave her a boost. >> come with me this week. make this journey with me. >> [ cheering and applause ] >> stand up for me. fight for me and when we win, i will stand up and fight for you.
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radical idea? >> reporter: in the meantime bernie sanders was bashing wall street, big business and politics as usual while urging a working-class revolution. >> to gather we are going to create -- together we are going to create an economy that works for working families and not just the 1%.>> reporter: back live, as you can see the line continues to grow at the high school. before they get inside. both clinton and sanders have a new hampshire event tonight and we will be at both. live in hampton, new hampshire ken macleod, the bbc news. -- wbz news. with our political analyst jon keller. we will be looking at the issues in the presidential race. his first report focuses on immigration and that's tonight at 5: 30. there's been a deadly
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we are waiting to get more information. this is what we know so far. and outbound train on franklin endicott station and shuttle buses are replacing service corp. center. area. we will bring you up-to-date as we get more information. also developing, a man convicted of killing his son is a borough. richard seymour led guilty to the crime and was sentenced to life in prison. he was a last -- he was allowed to ask for parole after 15 years. the first hearing took place on the criminal sexual assault charges against mccaughey. his key witness may have created a problem for him. the former district attorney said that he hopes cozby is executed while on the stand. a past agreement could prevent it from happening. the current district attorney says there is no record of that
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this was the scene of a crashing east boston earlier today where you can see a jeep slammed into scaffolding. this happened at the corner of [ name indiscernible ]. crews disassembling the scaffolding. hurt. coming up next, healing the heart with a lasting gift. someone who is feeling some like what i am -- is something like what i am feeling. devastating loss into a another child. a man accused of stealing from a family that trusted her to take care of their kids. we are the polar opposite of one year ago today. we have rain and wind for tomorrow.
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here's the truth --
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for the elderly and disabled vets. i disagree. in fact, not only should we not cut benefits -- we should expand them. my plan for social security increases benefits and cost of living adjustments and raises minimum payments for low-income seniors. it will ensure that all seniors can retire with dignity and respect. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. we are never going to forget this, one year ago today we were getting hit with our second major blast of snow in what turned out to be a record- breaking winter in boston. some places got 18 inches of snow which fell on top of 2 feet that was already on the ground.
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this is from february 2, 2015. the snow totals were through the roof. we decided today to look back and have some fun. >> it's a beautiful spring, summer, that's right, it's winter in boston. >> i try not to think about last winter. >> reporter: me too nancy. but this stylus does. >> i am so grateful that we are not having the winter that we had last year. my commute would be horrendous.>> reporter: she learned an important lesson last year. >> if you're going to rely on foot traffic, it is not going to work. you have to think outside of the box. >> reporter: last winter was impossible to navigate and costed an estimated $250 million a day for the state. remember last year when you couldn't find a snow shovel for miles.
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hardware stores. experts say don't take it for granted. >> late february and march is what the best chances are snow -- of snow are going to be. i don't think it will be a banner winter but we aren't done yet work>> reporter: -- done yet.>> reporter: your of this man. >> i am from new england. i don't like this.>> reporter: we are not likely to see 9 feet of powder this year but one resident says build a duck boat. >> we should have built a boat for the real heroes.>> reporter: snow remover crews, we still love you. >> there's no question that they are not happy at hardware stores. today the guy said to me, we are getting killed. it's not just the snowblowers, it's the snow melt. what do you do with it at the end of the season. this is hurting them.
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back. >> there are always winners and losers to every single weather set up. the scary is -- the ski areas are hurting but the snow removal people are doing well. >> i think winter is around the corner. to kickoff february, we had 16.2 inches in boston last year. of january. have nothing in the immediate forecast right now. we will look at next week where reappearance. 50 degrees today in boston, well above average. 15 degrees colder than yesterday and a little bit shy of the record. today's record is 55. that was broken in 2014.
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chatham is 40 degrees, overall evening. we are watching a larger storm system which is taking a track we are seeing a lot this winter, up toward the great lakes. we will the on the mild side once again. we have clear skies right now and cloud cover moving in late tonight. temperatures before the clouds arrive, 26 in out lying areas -- outlying areas and 30s in boston. early tomorrow morning, especially far northern worcester county into southern you -- into new hampshire in southern vermont, it will be snowing. it will just be rain for us. the first half of the day was dry. the rain will move in from west to east. by the time we get to the
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be falling and the temperatures will continue to climb up as the day goes on tomorrow. they will reach the warmest as we reach tomorrow night, windy and mild. if you're in southeastern massachusetts, most of the rain holds off until late in the day. thursday morning, slowly the rain will start to move off toward the east with a lingering shower across the cape and islands. most areas will still be in the 50s at that point. the wind will start to get dusty out of the southeast tomorrow morning. the strongest winds that can cause a few issues are going to be centered tomorrow evening and night. that's when the temperatures will allow the wind to mix. we will see gusts 3250 miles an hour, the strongest ones across the case, the islands and the south coast. it will be a wind swept rain tomorrow evening. a short period of strong winds
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starting to subside. the impact on the meaning is going to be with rainfall and no ice to deal with as we head toward the afternoon and evening. the study is rain will be in the overnight hours. the front moves offshore on thursday. we still will have lingering showers and clouds. cape cod a nantucket in particular -- and nantucket in particular will have the lingering showers. the best chance of snowfall friday morning is across the cape and the islands with a low risk of accumulating school -- snow in other areas. the other storm system could be another -- a much more significant strong. a lot will be worked out by early next week. this should be a coastal low which could have a big impact on the primary in new hampshire. we will follow this over the next two days. it's a little too early to tell right now. friday is a chilly day this week, we will stay in the 30s and the weekend looks
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than the potential storm will hit early next week. >> we see this stuff everywhere. -- we see this stuff everywhere. the popular eels lip balm is now settling -- eos lip balm is now settling a lawsuit. the agreed to put more detailed ingredient info on the packaging as well as some of the instructions -- some instructions on how to use it. we want to give you -- we want to give you a preview tonight on super bowl commercials starting with budweiser. >> do you realize your sunglasses move when you talk >> that's my thing. >> it's terrifying. >> you look like it pet turtle is the only when you can lean on for emotional support. >> another ad includes helen
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drivers and ends with the hashtag, give a dam. you can watch all of the action on the film and all the great ads on super bowl sunday right here on february 7 at 6: 30. another reason to fill up on fruits, vegetables and whole grains. >> doctor malcolm marshall explains -- dr. mallika marshall explains. this reunion allows the heartbeat two years after he dies. new day for america is responsible for the content of this advertising. [sfx: thunder, rain and the voices of various presidential
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the american people can't afford to wait for ideas that sound good on paper... but will never make it in the real world. the grandmother who has to
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and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real progress, right now for people and families who need it. p i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. home improvements, a family trip... it's not easy to afford them. what did marco rubio do? he put $22,000 in personal expenses
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credit card. rubio's bad judgment caused a scandal and for five years rubio refused to release the credit card records. marco rubio: skipping major votes... all over the place on immigration... bad judgment. marco rubio: just too many questions. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. one tiny heart is making a big impact, turning one family 's loss into a second chance for a very sicko. was a little over two years ago that in arizona mother made the most difficult decision of donating her little boy's heart after he died. >> that decision immediately saved a life and connected the two families. they met for the first time a few days ago. there wasn't a dry eye in the
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>> [ crying ]>> reporter: the tears flowed immediately between these two mothers who no too well the pain of loss in the beauty of the second chance. their story started in 2013 when heather's seven-month-old son lucas died suddenly. >> he was so outgoing. he was a little him.>> reporter: in her grief, heather decided to donate lucas's organs . >> there's another family that is feeling something like what i am feeling. i had the chance to help them not go through what i was about to go through. >> reporter: she was going to her own struggle for over 18 months old -- 18-month-old daughter was dealing with a congenital heart defect. after countless surgeries, jordan needed a new heart to survive. that is exactly what she got, lucas's heart was a match. because the donation was made
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not met until friday. >> and i have a kiss on the cheek? >> reporter: heather and esther found each other online. their bond was instant, even before this. >> [ indiscernible ] >> thank you. >> reporter: a teddy bear. >> then heather got to listen for herself, the sound of her baby boy's heart beat work >> --. she was so selfless to think of another family while she was going through grief. by trials. >> this is an unbelievable story. we should point out that now 122,000 americans are waiting for life-saving transplants. >> i'm so happy they found each other. we do so many stories where we put down everything that happens on social media but because they were able to go
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this incredible moment, this incredible bond which they will have the rest of their lives. >> in this little girl jordan, understand on some level that she will always have lucas as a part of her. >> she's adorable. the cofounder of microsoft is detailing what it took to become a billionaire. >> what he went through to make sure that employees were on the job. in any charged, what she was accused of doing to betray the trust of the family she worked for. they are going at it again immigration. we are looking at the facts behind the rhetoric as we kick up a special series on the big
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today in america, the top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90% this great country and our government belong to all of us. wall street, corporate america, wealthy campaign donors have so much influence that the only way they are defeated is when millions of people begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough." i'm bernie sanders,
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