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hurricane matthew continues its deadly path towards the eastern seaboard with over a million already ordered evacuated. late-breaking details ahead. the number twos on the ticket go head-to-head. each attacking the top of the ticket. governor pence i can't imagine how you can defend your running mate's position on one issue after the next. on all he's refused to defend him. >> let's don't put words in my mouth. you have to give me time. >> yet he is asking everybody to vote for somebody he cannot defend. then ben stiller's life saving revelation to howard
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plus, vice president joe biden goes under cover in study or die. >> got the moves. >> are you ready, mr. vice president? >> >> lets rock 'n' roll, man. >> "early today" starts right now. >> it's good to be with you. i'm frances rivera. >> i'm ayman mohyeldin. the eastern seaboard is on high alert as hurricane matthew the strongest storm in years closes in on the u.s. storm made landfall in eastern cuba with its strength in tact, a category 4, winds reaching up to 140 miles per hour. eight deaths have been tolled so far. this after it tore through haiti, flooding streets, flattening homes in what could be the worst crisis to hit the nation since the deadly earthquake in 2010.
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creating impacts on the eastern seaboard. officials are taking zero chances. a state of emergency is in effect from florida to the carolinas. evacuations are underway. south carolina, calling for a complete coastal shutdown. >> our goal is to make sure you basically get 100 miles away from the coast. what i will tell those people thinking of fought leaving, if you think you can take care of about my law enforcement and my national guards men because they are going to have to be the ones to go out and try and get you and you are putting their lives at stake. >> while we're tracking that, let's go to bill karins. >> things are looking better for new england and the atlantic region.
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fort lauderdale. those will likely be extended up into the areas of georgia and south carolina later on today. tropical storm warnings for miami. let me give you the latest number and statistics. it's north of cuba. the storm will go over the warmer waters during the day today. you can see the loop of it there. now safely off the coast. we'll have to wait and see how much it with can regenerate. it's now a category 3 storm. that track takes it through the bahamas. right along florida's east coast for 24 to 30 hours starting thursday night into friday evening. that's when the most damage and destruction is possible. now that path is paralleling the coast. if it's 20 miles to the east, it may not be that bad. if we shift it towards the coast, it could be devastating. very tough forecast there. as i mentioned, things have improved a little bit. we're thinking off shore tract with less of an impact in north carolina but south carolina and georgia, it will be a close
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we could make it out or it could be very bad. >> we'll have to wait and see. thanks, bill. now to the only vice presidential debate of the campaign. it was combative. democrat tim kaine and mike pence squared off in a 90 minute hotly contested show down. most of the night was about defending their running pate, sparring over a whole range of topics from domestic issueto >> we have a tax code, for, that actually is designed to encourage entrepreneurship. >> why won't he release his taxes? >> we're asking the question about the business thing. >> i do want to come back on this. >> his tax returns showed he went through a very difficult time, but he used the tax code just the way it's supposed to be used. he did it brilliantly. >> how do you know that? in there first and foremost, donald trump supports our troops. donald trump supports our veterans. >> he won't pay taxes.
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it is about our troops. >> i understand why you want to change the subject. >> kaine continued to attack pence' running mate in a heated discussion about nuclear weapons. >> ronald reagan said something interesting about nuclear proliferation in the 1980s. he said the problem with nuclear proliferation or maniac could trigger a catastrophic event. i think that's who governor pence's running mate is, who ronald regan warned us about. >> senator, that was even below you and hillary clinton. that's pretty low. >> reporter: pence was mild mannered, kane was far more aggressive. the two battled over which campaign hurls more insults. >> he says ours is an insult-driven campaign. did you all just hear that? ours is an insult-driven campaign.
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trump had said all the things you said he said in the way you said he said them, he still wouldn't have a fraction of the insults that hillary clinton leveled when she said that half of our supporters were a basket of deplorables. she said they were irredeemable. they were not america. i mean, it's extraordinary. >> did donald trump apologize for taking after somebody in a twitter war and making fun of her weight? did he apologize for saying african-americans are living in hell? did he apologize for saying president obama was not even a citizen of the united states? will you look in vain to see donald trump ever taking responsible for anybody and apologizing. >> following the debate, trump said mike won big. we should be proud of mike. john harwood tweeted that a trump advisor thinks pence won
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didn't defend him. a new cnn/orc poll thought 48% thought pence won, 42% gave the nod to tim kaine. earlier in the day donald trump and hillary clinton made campaign stops. as usual they launched more attacks on one another. clinton criticizing trump's treatment of women and business prowess. andrea mitchell has more. >> reporter: donald trump in arizona. >> i made my money as a very successful private business person. hillary clinton made her money as a corrupt public official. >> reporter: and hillary clinton in pennsylvania trying to remind suburban republican women about the past week. in this moment with a 15-year-old girl. >> i see with my own eyes the damage donald trump does when he talks about women and how they look. >> you are more than the way you look. no, you should be healthy, you
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but we're not all going to end up being miss universe. i hate to tell ya. >> clinton's surrogates out in force including michelle obama knocking trump for his debate microphone. >> when she gets knocked down, she doesn't complain, she doesn't cry foul. >> you've got this crazy system where all of a sudden 25 million more people have health care and then the people are out there busting it sometimes 60 doubled and their coverage cut in half. >> can you imagine what he went through after making that statement. >> bill clinton and the campaign walking that back. >> president obama's talked about that, that obamacare needs to be improved, it doesn't need to be sacked and scrapped. >> that was andrea mitchell. and on the trail today, donald trump will hold two rallies in nevada while his running mate mike pence kicks off a bus tour with a rally in virginia and one in pennsylvania.
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events today but bill clinton has two events in ohio. bernie sanders campaigns for clinton in iowa and wisconsin. tim kaine will do so in philadelphia. here's a story that affects all of us, especially if you're using yahoo!. we're learning more about an apparent security breach likely to affect millions of americans. according to a righters report, yahoo! complied with a classified government directive and scanned millions of customers incoming e-mails in 2015. the report employees and a third with knowledge of events. they made the demand to the nsa or the fbi. not only that though, the company allegedly dedicated its own staff to create custom software to help facilitate that investigation. in a statement released to our sister network cnbc yahoo! said it is a law abiding company and complies with u.s. laws. the aclu is calling the order unprecedented and unconstitutional.
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all right, fast forward today president obama heads to fema headquarters to monitor hurricane matthew. the president was originally scheduled to campaign for hillary clinton in florida. >> the six-year-old south carolina b w laid to rest. that's yosef paul. he loves super heroes so his family asked them to dress up in their favorite super hero costumes and t-shirts. jacob's mother is asking for the same dress code at today's funeral. later on "today" an exclusive interview, matt lauer sits down with maria sharapova to talk about her return to the then e
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end of the year has investors seeing red overseas. landon dowdy has the story. >> good morning to you. the markets are falling for the third time in four sessions. investors start to from the time that they may be exiting the e.u. the british pound falling to a 31-year low against the dollar. gold prices are bouncing hig three-month low. meanwhile, twitter is expecting to see takeover bids. salesforce.com could make an offer. google, disney, microsoft might also be interested. sales force, twitter would be a premium consumer brand that offers a treasure trove of data for them. federal regulators are unveiling new rules for the
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>> welcome back. normally this familiar face gives us laughs but on the howard stern show, ben stiller gave a starting announcement. >> i had prostate cancer a couple years ago. at first i didn't know what was going to happen. so i was scared. >> he was scared but now the actor is cancer free. he published an essay to talk ou in it he attributed his current health to the psa blood test which detected the cancer early. he said this, taking the psa test saved my life literally. if the internist had waited, as the american cancer society recommends, until i was 50, i would not have known i had a growing tumor until two years after i got treated. however, there are organizations that recommend against regular psa tests saying they're not always reliable and they can lead to over treatment, but it
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as hurricane matthew churns towards the u.s. evacuations are underway. residents are clearing out, store shelves are emptying. lining up for fuel. thousands the region. the storm has already claimed 11 lives. bill karins will tell us where we are. >> it did weaken. the mountains did their job. knocked it down 20 miles per hour. 125 miles per hour. it will head over the warm waters of the bahamas. we do the facts and it moves to
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be very close to the coast line of no da as we go throughout thursday night and then all day friday. this storm is going to rake the coast line from the space coast up to daytona beach. it will make the turn. if it makes the turn early enough we could spare our friends in charleston, myrtle beach. very close call for them. this storm will do a lot of damage. the question now is will it be major, moderate or historic? >> we'll see where it goes, bill. thank you very much. here's a sad story for you. friends and family members have palmer who passed away last week. it took place at pennsylvania's saint ven sent college. several speakers looked back on palmer's life and career. among them his close friend and rival, jack nicklaus. >> he was an everyday man. everyone's hero. arnold managed to remove the i from icon and instead let the world share in his greatness.
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with actor adam devine. the two go undercover as college students. watch this. >> move! >> you ready, mr. vice president? >> let's rock and roll, man. >> you will have to blend in. >> hey there, fellow college student. >> check the two on the left. >> that's okay. they're just friends of mine from the football team. >> clear. >> clear. >> it looks like they're having fun there, but it was all to sen college community. >> one in five women and one in 16 men are sexually assaulted by the time they leave college. we can all work together to change that. >> wow. >> so to learn more about it go to it's on us.org. you can take a pledge. very serious issue. >> yeah, on college campuses particularly in the u.s.a. it's something people are
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the vice presidential candidates go at it in a debate last night. we're going to tell you what the fact checkers are saying about it ahead. >> kim: shot in the street. a local man in custody after police say he shot and killed his o started a standoff with police. how they finally got their guy in custody coming up. >> dana: a news 3 exclusive. a performer at a local haunted house says a customer attacked her over the weekend. you're going to hear what she has to say about the incident coming up. good morning.
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background and donald trump will be in the valley later today. >> kim: he will be speaking in henderson at a big rally. i have a feeling he'll be talking about his running mate's performance last night. we have live coverage on that and we're tracking matthew. i watched the early version of the today show. right now some of the models look like they have matthew hit the coast of florida as category four at 2:00 in the morning on friday. >> dana: state of emergency in the carolinas, georgia and florida as well. for more on what is going on let's go to kelly curran in the weather center. >> kelly: scary situation. we're hoping it will take a curve to the right. here at home lots of sunshine again today. temperatures warmer than

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