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and a world class athlete shares her darkest hour. and meet c.j. he beat out more than 3,000 dog fweez names it be named best in show. "early today" starts right now. closing in on the south carolina primary, republicans push back against critics. in the latest poll, the donald has a 12 point lead over sepnator ted cruz and jeb in a disappointing fourth place trailing marco rubio. president obama weighed in on the race and a direct shot at the frontrunner, donald trump. >> being president is a serious job. it's not hosting a talk show. or a reality show. it's not promotion, it's not marketing. it's hard. >> and this is what mr. trump
the president's remarks. >> reality show is not promotion, is not marketing, it's hard. that's from president obama. [ crowd boos] >> this mann has done such a bad job and for him to say that is a great compliment. your arer lucky i didn't run last time when romney ran because you would have been a one-term president. >> but he soon turned his attention to fellow republican, ted cruz. >> ted cruz who i think is totally unfit be to president, but these are minor details. meanwhile in columbia, south carolina, cruz had his own take on the job. >> you know, people will be forgiven this election season for thinking at times it seems like a bit of a circus.
we need a leader who's prepared to be commander in chief. [ applause ] when radical islamic terrorists wage jihad on the united states of america, the answer is not to tweet insults at them. >> and cruz picked up two big indorsements, kansas congressman tim, the medal of honor recipient recipient. veterans makeup over 12% of the population there. and for the democrats, both are fighting hard for the african-american vote. hillary clinton is ahead of vermont sanders by 18 points, numbers clinton is hoping to keep security. on tuesday, she met with the leaders of the national urban league and al sharpton said his
wraps. >> she's trying to ask whether i'm endorsing and i said only you know and i'm not telling. >> later during a speech in harlem, clinton hit sanders again with a charge of being a single-issue candidate. >> it's not enough for your economic plan to be break up the banks. you also need a serious planning to create jobs, especially in places where unemployment remains doubly high. [ applause ] >> but there are signs of trouble in clinton's push as a top african american democrat in georgia said he would switch from clinton to sanders. siting the minimum wage and health care as reasons for the shift. daughter of eric garner, who died by being put into a choke
the late supreme court justice, ant nnonin scalia's funeral. and senate judiciary who's in charge of any confirmation hearing said in part quote i would wait until the nominee was made before i made any decisions but he's not open to a confirmation hearing. yesterday president obama charged them to rise above day to day politics. >> this will be the opportunity for senators to do their job. your job doesn't stop until you're voted out or until your term expires. i intend to do my job between now and january 20th of 2017, i
>> nbc's tracie potts is live in washington as well. now we have president obama taking direct aim at the republicans. >> reporter: exactly. sometimes we forget that he taught constitutional law. his argument that this is not a partisan issue, it's a constitutional issue. listen to his response to republicans arguing that a late-term president in his final year should not be nominating a justice to the u.s. supreme court. >> there's no unwritten law that says that it can only be done on off years. that's not in the constitutional text. i'm amused when i hear people who claim to be strict interpreterase of the constitution reading in things that aren't there. >> reporter: republicans here
said they will block those hearings. you heard what chuck said just a few moments ago, that sound that you ran from him. although, he walked that back a bit. also, president obama saying that he will nominate someone who sticks to the law, even if that person disagrees with his politics. >> thank you so much for that. and happening overseas, tensions continue to mount in regards to north korea's missile ambitions. the u.s. flew over south korea today after north korea tested ballistic missile technology. this comes in response to their latest missile launch. defiance of the sanctions, pyongyang firing a long-range rocket with a earth observation satellite.
planes with il ss will be deployed in a region. and apple plans to fight. court papers reveal that they failed to provide voluntary assistance to unlock the cell phone of syed farook. investigators are trying to find out who the shooters were communicating with and who may have helped plan and carry out the massacre. a rare moment of anger from pope francis during his visit to mexico tuesday. he lost his cool after a member of the crowd caused him to lose balance and fall on a man in the wheelchair. he said in spanish "don't be selfish." and he will hold a mass today in the violent border city of juarezjuare juarez.
the same message that's been consistent throughout his tour of mexico. this the fifth and final day. one of help for immigrants along the boarder. there's going to be an interesting mix of theology and technology here later today. the pope will be able to hear and see the thousands as they watch and listen to his mass, which will be just a few miles away, across the boarder. still, for many this is as close as they can get to the pontiff. >> reporter: pope francis ends his tour in mexico with a mass later today in juarez. the five-day journey of hope in a country where it's desperately needed. >> he's reforming the church and i think he's absolutely wonderful. >> reporter: his message to hundreds of thousands who spilled into the streets, fields
focussed on compassion to immigrants and a challenge to eliminate the crime, conditions effecting those along the boarder. >> i hear a lot -- [ speaking spanish] if the pope goes, things are going to change. and i remind him the pope is not good and he's not going to change things immediately, but over time. >> reporter: he's going to preach his message to mill yngz ofyngz -- millions in juarez and in sun bowl stadium. a pontiff's historic visit. >> close to city mexico is very emotional, being here. >> reporter: emotions effecting so many in separate countries but from a single faith.
gather hours before the mass here at the sun bowl for songs and prayer celebrating the papal visit. and here in el paso, i'm jay gray. back to you. well, from incredible video out of florida. a dash cam was rolling as a man ran straight into the path of a tornado. you can see the sheer force of the twister as tree limbs go flying through the air. and in rochester, new york, hundreds of drivers got stuck on highways and local roads. nearly two feet of snow fell in some parts. and good morning to you, raphael. crazy weather. yeah, we had everything from that same storm system, the severe weather across the south and florida. much quitter today. we look at the satellite and radar picture, our storm is gone and finally high pressure settling in across the east.
boston to d.c. lots of sunshine, also quiet in chicago, 29 and sunny there. and near 80 in miami. out west, 91 in phoenix. 74 in l.a. and we're tracking rain and mountain snow from the pacific northwest down to central california. so it has been quiet, stormy at times return to the west tomorrow as well and we're chilly but dry in the northeast for your thursday. that's a look at your national weather, now here's a closer look at your day ahead. finally catching a break today in new york city, 42 sunshine, boston looking good as well, light snow showers across the great lakes down in the southeast, temperatures in the 60s and 70s. a beautiful day in florida, 78 in miami. back to you, dara. >> thank you. one of the most bazar slow-speed chases ever.
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there is a new top dog in town. c.j., a german shortrtaired pointer from california won best in show at the 140th westminster dog show last night. the 4-year-old beat the best of the best, including rumor has it the german shepherd having won over 100 previous competitions. and check out this police dash cam video of a backhoe on the florida keys seven-mile bridge. deputies were able to stop 59-year-old driver by throwing spike strips in front of the backhoe, slicing the tires. in oklahoma, the new bridge came crashing down on tuesday. it was imploded one month after
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this morning on "today," 3,000 dogs from 12 different countries and all 50 states competing for top dog. today takes you behind the scenes that westminster dog show. and now to sports. college upsets. texas taking on west virginia in austin. the long horns manage to keep the lead. and 25th ranked baylor battled
baylor with the upset at home. and any idea what this guy earned last year as nfl commissioner? roger goodell earned just over $24 million in 2014 and that's down from the 24.2 million he earned in 2012. a sprinkler malfunction caused a delay in the olympic qualifying match. and 5-1 was w the victory. and talk about the dunk team has raised the bar. the seven-team member finish with a monster slam dunk that shatters the back board. talk about your show stopper. and just ahead, someone famous is getting a face lift just for the oscars. plus, the eagles of death metal make a triumphant performance in paris. do you love e ur wireless keyboard more than certain family members?
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well, the eagles of death metal had an emotional concert in paris last night the first since the paris attack. and they led a tribute to the victims. and there's a new family member in the new house gang, none other than donald trump. >> you see, donald, that's just it. if you really want to make america great again, you have to bring people together, not push them apart. >> look, duneledonald, we understand you're used to winning all the time and now that you're not, you're scared and confused. >> i know, you're right. what ever happened to predictability predictability. the milk man, paper boy. >> funny moments.
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rancher's resistens was an avid supporter of the occupation. the judge said if he was granted leave before trial, he would most likely not return. and in montana, police received a 911 call from neighbors who heard loud screaming about someone having a gun. instead they found two adults and several kids watching the mid-season premier of amc 's zom be hit, "the walking dead." the academy has changed them to look more like the original 1929 model. they used a 3d printer for the new mold. and they say dogs are a man's best friend, this video shows a georgia vet sitting in a cage with gracie, an abandoned dog. the doctor was so worried she
cage to eat his breakfast with her. in monday's winter storm left hundreds of travellers stranded across the east coast but 60 students from american fork high school orchestra provided musical relief for weary travellers when they gave an imprumptue performance at regan airport and they made nearly $300 in tips during a 45 minute period. what a great way to share their gifts with people who are obviously frustrated. >> much better than the music they pipe over the system at the airports anyway. >> and a true performance. and the state of florida will announce one of three winners of the january 13th powerball jack bought. they will be receiving 1/3 of the $1.5 billion jackpot.
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morning dale, you are the regular on this show. if the weather getting back to normal? dale: it really is. we had a little low come through yesterday that left a wintry mix in the mountains and a little rain in the upstate. some of that is still going on in north carolina while the upstate just has clouds this morning. 41 degrees with gradual clearing today. we did pop up to 60 degrees yesterday. you can still see one or two spots in the north cap on a mountains getting an early flurry, all that is left from the low that blew through overnight. and then, we will have sunshine for the afternoon. temperatures are right now in the 30's and 40's across the area. they will climb into the 50's for the upstate and mid 40's for the mountains.