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multiple states and deadly floods inundate thousands caught as waters continue to rise. a police cruiser is stolen leading cops in a high-speed chase of one of their own heavily armed cars. plus let the bracketology begin at the ncaa tournament is set. where in the world has richard simmons been. and "saturday night live" lights up the weekend with the return of larry david. "early today" starts right now. good morning. i'm dara brown. we're only one day out from tuesday's all important primaries in five states including winner-take-all ohio and florida and hillary clinton looks to put it away, donald trump is ahead. john kay success was ahead in ohio. mitt romney as part of his anti-trump crusade is campaign campaigning today in ohio with kasich, although, he's not expected to make an endorsement at this time. the rubio campaign has started
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kasich in ohio in an effort to defeat trump, but this has been overshadowed by increased violence of trump's campaign convenience. nbc's gabe gutierrez reports. >> reporter: the atmosphere talks of grotesque interruptions of opponents. >> get them out of here. get them out. get them out now. >> reporter: this after secret service surrounded trump saturday when one protester rushed the stage hours after a chicago rally because canceled amid violent clashes. on wednesday a trump supporter punched a man. >> i don't accept responsibility. >> reporter: trump came to his defense. >> i don't condone violence. i don't condone what he did. but you know what? not nice on the other side either. >> it's possible you could help him with legal fees if this man needs it. >> i actually instructed my men to look into it, yes. >> reporter: in illinois, this
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telling halle jackson he thinks trump is inciting the violence. >> i get impassioned about the hate that's being shown. >> reporter: marco rubio is very considered that someone could lose their life at a trump event. he's in florida, his make-or-break home state grasping for votes as our new nbc wall street maris poll has him behind, 2-1. >> he's turned into a circus, a complete fiasco, a carnival. >> reporter: john kasich securing a win in ohio. >> i think when people around the world see americans clocking each other at a campaign rally it's like we're in disarray. that's what they're going to try to say. it will be used as a propaganda tool. >> reporter: a prolonged fight against trump.
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top, and it is not beneficial when you have a presidential candidate like donald trump telling his supporters punch that guy in the face. >> reporter: the gop front-runner remains defienlts, rye fusing to pull any punches on his way to the nomination. >> nbc's gabe gutierrez reporting. well, trump is now blaming the democrats and specifically bernie sanders for the violence at his events, accusations which have lead bernie sanders to flat out call donald trump a liar. hillary clinton is doubling down saying foreign leaders have reached out to say they want to know if they can endorse her to stop donald trump. nbc's kristen welker has more. >> reporter: donald trump calling for the arrests of violent proeffort at his ralgys now saying democrats are orchestrating them, laying blame directly at bernie sanders. >> they had bernie sanders signs all over the place and they were made by bernie sanders people. >> reporter: sanders dismissing trump's claim.
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called anybody to do anything like that. the truth is this guy really is a pathological liar. >> reporter: trump threatening retaliation tweeting bernie sanders is lying when he says disrupters aren't told to go to my events bchl careful, bernie, or my supporters will go to yours. they denied getting violent insisting it's the other way around. >> i've been getting death threats since the trump rally and it's something that came with the territory. these are the types of people that are supporting donald trump. they've been calling me "n" words. >> reporter: this comes as the democrats are in a tight race after sanders with a tight win in michigan. in her home state of illinois topping sanders by only six points. clinton caused amoo nor dust-up saturday accusing sanders being
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>> i don't know where he was. >> reporter: prompting sanders to post this video showing him standing behind her. >> i'm grateful bernie sanders would join us today. >> reporter: clinton was leading the fight but sanders isn't backing down. >> to criticize me on health care is not quite fair because i have been a leader in congress from day one in the fight for universal health care. >> nbc's kristen weller reporting. >> six people are dead with thousands displaced as heavy flooding moved through the south with many more people in a flash flood watch. they set march records with as much as two 2 feet over the past five days. spawning twisters in arkansas. in texas the sabean river reached 29 feet yesterday morning and could hit 35 feet by
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in 1884. the louisiana national guard said over 2,400 people and 200 pets were rescued by sunday night. they distributed almost 100 sandbags across 13 parishes from the storms. bill karins will have a look at the intense weather coming up. a car bombing happened last night at a busy bus transportation hub. the death toll now stands at 37 with 125 wounded. turk eric official is say two of the dead are believed to beant assailants. two weeks ago they had warned american citizens that will there could be a possible terrorist attack. this is the third deadly explosion in that city in just the past five months. an unusual police chase in los angeles when a police cruiser reportedly carrying weapons was stolen.
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hour at times, knbc's chopper followed the nearly hour-long pursuit. sharp turn, red-light, high speeds. left turn through the alley and he's kind of stuck. he's got nowhere to go. >> police pinned the drive. shots were fired and the suspect was pronounced dead on the scene. it was not immediately clear whether the suspect pointed weapons at officers. authorities are running parallel investigations. richard simmons is responding to a "new york daily news" report that alleges he's being held against his will in his hollywood hills home. he's said, he's not kidnapped and the people that surround him is taking care of him. he's had a knee replacement hand & has been taking it easy. he hasn't been seen in public since 2014.
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say citing that his housekeeper, brother, and his manager are keeping him isolated. nbc meteorologist bill karins is here with more on that severe weather we've been talking about. bill, good morning. >> a little rough last night in arkansas. numerous reports of tornados. nothing that was too damaging or included deaths. now the storms are rolling across southern portions of illinois, western portions of kentucky, and in between memphis and narc ville. these storms have weakened significantly. just a rumble or two waking you up in tupelo. today and tomorrow we have two small risks of light weather. we could get hail out of this today. from greensboro to charlotte to rocking ham. north carolina is tarted before storms thoechls will head up in the mountains near roanoke and bluefield and areas of west virginia and charleston area of west virginia late tomorrow night. and then tuesday, tomorrow, of course, we've got a lot of states voting tomorrow.
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we're going to see storms, but they'll be late. that's going to be tuesday, a severe weather threat including indianapolis, chicago, and springfield. the other story today, the heat in texas. san antonio, welcome to summer. 90. that's your national weather. now here's a closer look at your day ahead. well, big changes in the northeast and mid-atlantic states too. chilly weather and rainy weather. philadelphia and new york city up into boston. look at the temperatures soaring in bismarck up to 73 while we're going to deal with snow throughout northern rockies. typical march weather, severe storms, chilly weather, rain, and a lot of fog in the middle of the country. just ahead, new details on the maryland police shot and killed in an unprovoked attack. plus, thousands turn out to call for theoussterous ouster of brazil's president. you're watchingette. ette ette where are you? well the squirrels are back in the attic.
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a final report shows that the man was in the hospital two weeks before the crash but the information was never revealed to his employee. they're required to speak out if a pilot threatens public safety and more mental health checks for pilots. >> a wild scene in australia as gangs brawled in melbourne's district saturday night. four people were arrested. police used batons and pepper spray to break up the fight. and pope francis celebrated his third year as pontiff greeting visitors in st. peter's square. thousands took to the streets of rio de janeiro sunday the president. more than a million people are expected the turn out across brazil in protest of corruption
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he's moving closer to the tight. he's nearly 100 miles from finish line. meanwhile the 26-year-old man appeared in court on allegations that he intentionally drove a snowmobile into two teams killing one dog and injured two others on saturday. well, let's get down business now. today is 3:14 which to some of you means pie. and pizza hut is capitalizing on this circumference day by offering pizza for 3.13 years. ance a question from professor john conway. they'll post the questions at 8:00asm eastern and award three winners, one for each question. the stock futures are lower this morning as markets are coming off four straight weeks of gains due to high oil presses. investors will be keeping an eye on the ed. watch for hints about when we could possibly see one.
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they ee demand his show be taken off the air. now to sports. inflection sunday is complete as brackets around the globe are being filled out as we speak. the number ones, north carolina, virginia, and overall number one seed kansas, but some are calling foul over michigan state after not getting a seed after winning the big championship. they square off. there's also controversy over a leaked copy of this year's tournament bracket. a copy hit twitter about 20 minutes into the cbs show. and for those snagged by the nba, there's monmouth, st. bonaventure, south carolina, and valparaiso.
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with 14 assesses to lead milwaukee over the nets, 109-100. knicks, lakers, kobe, and melo, a final good-bye and in the final seconds a game tie as he nail as three. finally, something you don't see every day. in australia over the weekend, a bull somehow got loose and ran rough shot over a pitch at a youth soccer game. luckily there were no red uniforms and no one was injured. well, just ahead, a reionion that will have you singing along. plus, larry david's bernie sanders impersonation is back, talking about his huge message. you're watching "early today." i use what's already inside me to reach my goals. so i liked when my doctor told me i may reach my blood sugar and a1c goals by activating what's within me. with once-weekly trulicity. trulicity is not insulin.
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[music] no, no, no, no, people are both soft and strong... yey! which is why our products are too. angel soft. well, welcome back. changing weather for areas of new england, so another great weekend. we've got showers going through early this morning. maybe a wintry mix. isolated storms this afternoon in areas of north carolina and maybe areas of virginia too. of course, you should see some scattered travel delays. i know we have a lot of fog in areas toward st. louis and up to chicago. air travel could be difficult with rain in areas of new england. tomorrow, as far as the voting goes, florida looks great. not many problems during the daylight hours but during the night we could see some storms but nothing that should stop anyone from getting to the polls. >> that should be good news.
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now it's time for entertainment. they gave details about hillary clinton's upcoming appearance on their show. the duo said the fact that the producer amy poehler used to portray clinton on "saturday night live" helped them get in touch with the campaign. it will air this sunday on comedy central. maybe i am what you see a chance to run away >> that was actress kristen bell singing at a mini "frozen" reion yn. bell, idena menzel and josh got together for an organization called away. >> olaf, by the way. there's good news. larry stiles has been offered a role. he's known for "the dark '90s" and "inception."
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thrones" got together to help the international rescue committee for a video that was released yesterday. they're asking viewers to donate to help refugees escaping the war in the middle east. and everyone's favorite bernie sanders impersonator made his way back to "saturday night live" over the weekend. senator, many thick you need these super delegates to win the nomination. >> not true, no. not true. i have the voters. my message is resonating with a very diverse group of white people, and i've about got supporters of all ages, 18-year-old, 19-year-olds. that's it. the young people love me. >> i tell you. what politic has done for late night television and "snl" has been absolutely -- >> klkts you take everything and times it by ten. yeah, bernie sanders has some of the younger votes.
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>> bringing back larry david and bringing back bill clinton and using hillary clinton, it's really remarkable. tomorrow is a huge day, you know, for people like myself. that "game of thrones" comes out tonight. these when we lock ourselves away and binge watch every episode. >> we're back on "saturday night live." i'm dara brown and this is "early today." this is "early today."round) with heart failure, 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... (dog whimpering) to keep it pumping. if your family outing is magical for all the wrong reasons. you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec for powerful allergy relief.
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west of dodge city. 42 memberpassengers and crew members have been on board. officials are on the scene investigating the cause. and in "the baltimore sun," prince george's county officer killed two suspects in custody. authorities say gunmen fired at the first officer he saw outside a maryland police station. that followed a gun battle that left an undercover narcotics officer dead and a suspect awounded. six gunmen attackedage ivory coast beach resort on sunday in an attack that lasted over three hours. at least 16 people were killed including four europeans and two soldiers. the assailants were eventually killed after a long standoff with special forces and an al qaeda-linked group mass reportedly claimed responsibility for the attack. in las vegas, at least a dozen people were injure odden a major highway saturday night after a car abrupt willing swerved into a bus and caused it to flip essentially times before it crashed to a stop. police arrested the drive over
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of driving under the influence. tiny orange flags aren't raising attention in one town after city workers fed up with dog owners who fail to pick up after their pooches. they decide to put dog owners to shame by putting up little bits of orange for every bit of brown left behind. so far over 600 flags have been raised. that's amazing. >> who wants to walk there? >> nobody. supposed to be walking dogs there. well, now, a police station in western australia has taken a new team member and that's turning heads and warming hearts everywhere. a baby can ga roar. they took in an ormaned gel j after his mother was hit by a truck. they asked facebook followers to help name him and they finally named on kujo after the police station. look at that. what a great little pet to have
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>> is that an instinct? >> he goes right into the pouch. cute little joey. michelle obama will honor the group. and it's happy birthday to three-time nba all-star steph curry who turns 28. >> on top of the world michael caine is 83. record producer quincy joan is also 83 today. now keep it right here for more new, weather, and sporeses.
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karins.presidential primary. we'll rundown the cadidantes heading to the charlotte area today. right now at 4:30 we are one day away from north carolina presidential primary. we'll run down the candidates
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and patriot day, a new movie dedicated to the boston marathon bombing and the big director that will direct- -actor that will direct the film. i'm brooke katz along with larry sprinkle. first your forecast is muggy out there. >> it really is. it feels like late spring early summer out there and the camera shows a lot of traffic. for whatever reason i guess a lot of folks have been out of town. no issues as far as rain or storms. you can see from first warn doppler radar clear here but tracking across tennessee and kentucky moving in our direction. later on today we are going to see potential for showers and possibly storms. 61 at, 63 at rock hill, mid 50 50th at lincolnton and the queen city at 60 degrees.

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