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it's friday, february 26th. coming up on "early today," the tense gop debate proved to be a texas sized slug fest. >> you'll have competition. you'll have so many different plains. >> now he's repeating himself. >> i watched him repeat himself five times four weeks ago. >> i saw you repeat yourself five times four seconds ago. he says everything we're going to win, win, win. >> you're all talk and no action. first of all this guy's a choke artist and this guy's a liar. >> and those were just the
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developing overnight, new details on the kansas shooting. and aaron andrews leaves the courtroom as the jury is showing the naked video taken by her convicted stocker. plus the latest log vegas odds on who will take home the oscar. "early today" starts right now. i'm dara brown. it was a true tex tks as slug fest. both former president bush and barbara bush were in attendance. the donald wasn't one to sit back and take it, take a look at the top tweeted moment of the it night on the subject of replacing obama care. >> so, that's the only part of the plan, just the interstate competition?
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u'll have competition. you'll have so many different plans. >> so, now he's repeating himself. >> i watched him repeat himself five teams four weeks ago. >> and i watched you repeat yourself five times five seksds ago -- seconds ago. he says five things, everyone's dumb, he's going to make america great again. we're going win, win, win and the lines around the state. every night. >> the second most tweetable exchange. >> donald, relax. >> go ahead. i'm relaxed. go ahead. don't get nervous. >> and cruz brings us full circle slamming trump on past health care positions. >> have you said you're a
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>> let me talk. >> explain your plan, please. >> my plan is simple. we're going to have private health care but i will not allow people to die on the sidewalks and the streets of our country if i'm president. you may threat and you may be fine with it but i'm not fine with it. we're going -- >> answer the question. >> excuse me. >> on wednesday, trump was the most googled candidate in the state of texas and during the debate the numbers were similar with ben carson and john kasich getting a boost. later cruz talked to nbc's hallie jackson about trump's tax returns. >> it was rather astonishing that he still refuses to hand over his tax returns. there's a real question of what's in there and if his odd audit
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voters deserve to know that now and not until is this general election. nobody can defraud the irs. >> governor kasich remained a positive tone after the debate. >> as the field gets narrower, it allows me to be in my comfort zone better. i was able to get the time by being constructive and not in a war. >> and he's right. he edged out marco rubio in speaking time by just under a minute. dr. carson ended the night by talking about his news on medicine and the future of his campaign. >> people ask me all the time do you miss medicine? and i always say i miss the way it used to be. this would be one of my goals to make it fun again, to make it efish ficient again. >> will you be in this race all the way to cleveland?
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delegates and how much enthusiasm we have. and hillary clinton is speaking out about her relationship with donald trump. >> how surprised are you that we woke up after nevada and everybody in washington said oh, my god, this guy is most likely going to be the nominee? >> i didn't know him that well but i did know him and it's been most surprising to me to see someone who was good company and affable and had a reputation of being bigger than life really traffic in a lot of the prejudice and paranoya doesn't quite fit what i thought i knew about him. so, it's going to be interesting to see what he decides to do himself. but he has really been offensive and in many respects surprising to those of us who did bow
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>> meanwhile the new york times secall is calling for her to release her transcripts. >> i have talked about the fact that hillary clinton has received many millions of dollars from wall street for her campaign and for her super pack. sheez arer er 's received very large speaker fees from goldman sacks and by the way, i agree with the new york times editorial. where they urged secretary clinton to release the transcripts of the speeches she gave behind closed doors. >> clinton has responded. >> the real question underneath this is okay, if you take money from wall street, can you regulate wall street? well, barack obama took more
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other to run for president, and i think you should be judged on what you've done. if you look at what caused the great recession, a bill he voted for in 2000 had a greater impact than most of the talk that we're now doing. so, let's get everybody out on the same field. i feel like i don't mind being responsive. i don't mind answering questions. but at some point i want everybody to have to answer. >> i respect that call. can you assure the american people that you didn't say anything that would undermine your promise to be tough on big business and banks? >> absolutely. three people dead and 14 others injured after a gunman opened fire in multiple locations in rural kansas late yesterday afternoon. the shooter, armed with a long gun and pistol, was killed by
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fire. nbc's dan schenamen reports. >> everybody says there was gun shots and a shooter and we kept hearing pop pop. >> reporter: it was towards the owned of the work day when athortsz in a authorities were called to a shooting and then word of an actor shooter inside excel industries. >> it didn't matter who it was. he's just shooting anyone that got in his way. >> reporter: he first shot someone in the plant's parking lot. >> he yelled and went do, do, do and went into the building. >> inside the building he shot a total of 15 people, four were killed including himself, the shooter. >> reporter: the sheriff says the loan gunman was killed after going on a shooting spree. the suspect was employed at the plant.
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>> kansas governor will have flags lowered today in honor of the victims. the company argus the court order would violate its first and fifth amendment rights as well as do significant damage to the security of their products. james comey said the code would only work on fu arook's phone. and google, facebook, and microsoft all plan to write briefs in support of apple in the next week. and here's meteorologist bill karins. good morning. >> we have to get through winter weather today and then it will warm up in areas of the great lakes. so, just be careful driving in some of those spots, otherwise, the weekend forecast is shaping
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we're dealing with record highs in the northern plains. montana goes to 60 today. 40s and 50s on the east coast. by saturday, there's your record high, minneapolis, 58 degrees, 71 in denver. we're talking sun tan weather from oklahoma to kansas to texas and then it starts to spread to the east. we jump to 67 on sunday in atlanta, should be 58 as far north as new york city. it's a fantastic looking spring weekend. now a closer look at your day ahead. so, again, the only troublesome weather is the cold temperatures and snow showers this morning. so could be slick roads through pennsylvania and new york. we'll warm up this afternoon. temperatures in the 50s and 60s.
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super tuesday's going to be interesting next week. there's going to be a big storm, maybe even severe weather and snow. >> right now we'll take the jump on spring weather. thank you very much, bill. and an emotional aaron andrews leaves the courtroom as the jury views the naked video from stocker. and they pull a man from a fiery crash. details in two. ash. details in two. , danger is always on the rise. symptoms worsen because your heart isn't pumping well. (water filling room) about 50 percent of people die (dog whimpering) within 5 years of getting diagnosed. but there's something you can do. talk to your doctor about heart failure treatment options. because the more you know, the more likely you are...v (dog whimpering)
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chilly and uncomfortable moments in court that caused aaron andrews to leave the courtroom. jurors saw for the first time the tape at the center of her lawsuit that caught her naked in her hotel room captured by a stocker. here with more. >> reporter: the video that she says changed her life was shown to a room full of strangers. aaron andrews stepped out as the
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those stolen images viewed almost 17 million times. >> so, this is the first one, correct? >> yes, this is one of the ones. once it's on the internet, it's on the internet. >> reporter: michael david barrett altered the peep hole of andrews' door. he a admitted to following her to three different hotels across the country. he offered a tearful apology, begging her forgiveness. enough. it doesn't take the video off the internet. i've cried enough and it's not taking the video down. >> reporter: earlier andrew' therapist described the panic andrews felt when her stocker got out of jail and she wasn't told.
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stand next week. hearing new testimony from the man she says left her hurt and humiliated. morgan radford, nbc news. some dramatic moments as a police officer in corps christi texas rescued a driver from the remains of a fiery crash and it was all captured on video. >> get outf the car. your truck's on fire. get out. come on. door. your car is on fire. dude, you're on fire. >> the officer broke the window with his baton and then he and several onlookers pulled him to safety just before the fire engulfed his suv. the driver was treated at a hospital for nonlife threatening injuries. and surgeons in cleveland say they have performed the first uteerous transplant that
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now for some entertainment news. the oscars are sunday night and the las vegas odds makers have spoken. right now the odds on favorite is "spotlight" with 4 to 5 odds.
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best actor in his roll in "the revenant" with 1 to 5 odds. and brie larsson is the favorite to win with 1 to 3 odds. and alejandro to win best director for "the revenant." the academy awards will air this sunday night on nbc. >> how can leonardo dw cap icaprio -- he almost deserves it for his previous rolls. >> it was one of those crazy years where somebody was a hollywood favorite. well, big hollywood names are fighting against discrimination in the industry by joining a nonprofit production company.
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>> this is 7news now. >> christa: good morning. how does it feel? friday, right? we have a very busy morning ahead on 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: here are some stories we're working on for you. later this morning the sentencing phase of the philip chism murder trial will begin in salem. the danvers' teen was found guilty of murdering his math teacher. several of colleen ritzer's family and friends are expected to speak today. >> christa: police are surging people, be on the lookout for the man who has been robbing people in downtown boston. the distinct weapon and the description investigators have this morning. >> sarah: we're learning new details about a shooting rampage in kansas. what coworkers are saying about the gunman and how police say they stopped him. >> christa: and we're learning more about the judges who will
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why some say the lineup could favor the patriots' quarterback. that's coming up. >> sarah: a nice day out there this morning. very different from yesterday morning. >> christa: i will say, it's quite windy, though. i thought the wind shill chapel hill was something to be reckoned with. >> chris: it is. finally feeling like winter again instead of summertime thunderstorms. hopefully everyone got a good night's rest last night as we didn't have any thunderstorms waking us up over night. 36 in boston. 34 in plymouth. quiet start, but as christa was mentioning, the wind is active. 30mph in worcester. 17 in boston. gusting 20 to 30 even in the city of boston. that's producing a wind-chill factor feeling more like 12 in the city of worcester right now and 26 in the city of boston. feels like 25 in norwood. a typically cold late february day. that means temperatures in the 30s to near 40 degrees this afternoon, but it's quiet outside. mostly sunny skies across eastern mass for the day. as you work west, more clouds back through the berkshires and
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across northern new england and back into upstate new york. where is the cold air coming from? it's coming from the northwest. with that northwesterly wind during the day, there is not going to be a whole will the changing temperature-wise. that 36 in boston will look a lot like 36 as we get into the afternoon. so it's not like you start off with 36 degrees and warm up into the 50s, although we can do that on sunday. you have to wait a couple days. kiddos heading back to school this morning. chilly start. temperatures generally running in the low 30s at the bus stop. hats and gloves even through lunchtime with temperatures mid-30s, warming up enter the upper 30s to near 40 this afternoon. that gusty wind with us throughout the day. so it's a colder, windy day today. we are dry through the weekend. the weekend starts off cold. it's going to be cold overnight tonight and early on saturday morning. however, just like a lot of the winter weather we've had, it doesn't last long. milder again by sunday, back into the 50s. more on that as "today in new england" starts right now. >> sarah: the danvers teen
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his math teacher going before a jue todayo learn his fate. why the sentencing could be historic. >> christa: and investigators piecing together the moments before a kansas man opened fire, killing several of his coworkers. this morning what we're learning about how he was stopped. >> sarah: crews headed back to the scene of massive fire in fiewp, rhode island. what made fighting the flames at the mansion so difficult. >> christa: and donald trump on the defensive. marco rubio and igor sousa ted cruz join forces to take down the front-runner, but did they succeed? >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: good friday morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm sarah french. >> christa: i'm christa delcamp. it's really nice not to have a >> sarah: right. >> christa: right. it did seem like that with the warmer temperatures and drenching rain. but chris, we have wind to contend with today. >> chris: trade-off. weather out there. the breeze is strong enough to produce a wind-chill factor, although the wind gusts aren't damaging.


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