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vulnerable to exn and rt intimidation. that is why congratulate european states such as poland for leading construction of so nations not are on dependent on russia of expansionist foreign powers. it's been the formal policy of our country since president monroe, that we reject the interference of foreign nations, in this hemispre and in our own affairs. awe united states has recently
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strengthened our to better screen foreign investments in our country for national security threa. and we countries in this region, and arno around the world that issue to do the same. you need to do it for your own protection. the united states is working with partners in latin america, to conol threats from uncontrolled migration tolerance for human struggling and human afficking is not humane. it's a horrible thing that's ev going on, ats that nobody has er seen before. it's very, very cruel. illegal immigration funds
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criminal networks, ruthless gangs and the flow of deadly drugs. illegal immigrations hurts hard-working citizs. and has produced a vicious takele of crime, violence and poverty. only by upholding national er bo destroying criminal gangs, can we break this cycle and establish a real foundation for prosperity.og we rze the right of every nation in this room, to set its own immigration policy, in accordance with its national interests, just as we ask other countries to respect our own right to do the same, which we are doing. that's one reason the united states won't partipate on
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global migration. migration should not be accountable to a governing body. the ultimate solution to the migration crisis is to help e people build mlpful futures in their home countries. make their countries great again. g currently, we're witness human tragedy as an example in venezuela. moe than 2 million people h fled the maduro regime and its sponsors. not long ago, it was one of the richest untries on earth. now, socialism has bankrupt the oil-rich nation and has driven
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its people into abject poverty. virtually everywhere socialism or communism has been tried, ce it's prodecay. socialism's thir for power, leads to oppression. all nations in the world should resist socialism and the mery that it brings to everyone. in that spirit, we ask the nations gathered here calling focythe restoration of democ in venezuela. today, we're announcing additional sanctions against the repressive regime, targeting maduro's inner cadcle and close sers. we're grateful for all of the work the united nations does ld around the wto help people build better lives for themselves and their families.
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the united states is the world's largest giver, in the world, by far, of foreign 's why we are taking a hard look at u.s. foreign assistance. that will be headed up by secretary of state mike pompeo. we will examine what is working, what is not working and whether the countries who receive our dollars and our protection, also have our interests at heart. moving forward, we're only going to give foreign aid to those who respect us and, frankly, are our friends. and we expecother countries to pay their fair share for the
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costf their defense. the united states is committed to making the united nations more effective and accountable. i have said many times, that the united nations has unlimited potential. as part of our reform effort, i have told our negotiators that the united states would not pay more than 25% of the u.n. peacekeeping budget. this wilencourage other countries to step up, get involved and also share in this very large burden. we are working to shift more of our fundom assessed contributions to voluntary, so we can target the programs with the best record of success. only when each of us does our part and contributes our share,
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can we realize the u.n.'s highest aspirations. we must pursue peace without fear, hope without despair and security without apology. looking around this hall, where history has transpired, we think of those who have come here to d ess the challenges of their nations and their times. and our thoughts turn to the same question that ran through all of the speeches and resolutions, through every word and every hope it's the question of what kind of world will leave for our ildren? and what kind of nations they will inherit. the dreams that fill this hall
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today are as diverse as the people who have stood at this podium. and as varied as the countryd i represenght here in this body are. it really is great, great history. it's india, a free society over 1 billion people, successfully lifting millions out of poverty and into the middle there'i arabia, where king soloman and the crown prince are pursuing new reforms. there's israel who is ercelebrating its 70th annry as a democracy in the holy land. in poland, a great people e standing up for their nd indece, their security and their sovereignty.
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many countries are pursuing their own unique visions, building hopeful futures and chasing the wonderfudreams of be destiny, of legacy aa home. the whole rld is richer. humanity is better. pause of the constellations of nations, each very special, each unique, and each shining brightly in its part of the world. in each one, we sees awesome promise of a people bound together by a shared past and working towards a common future. as for americans, we know what kind of future we want for ourselves. we know what kind of a nation
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america must always dignity the individual. we believe in self-government and the rule of law. .nd we pride the culture that sustains our liber a culture built on strong families, deep faith and fierce independence. we pressure our traditions. and above all, we love our inside everyonhis chamber today, and everyone liening around the globe, there's the het of a patriot that feel the same love for your nation, the same intense loyalty to your homeland. the passion in a burns in the hearts of patriots and the souls of nations, has inspired reform
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and revolution, sacrifice and selflessness, scientific breakthroughs and magnificent rks of art. our task is not to erase it, but to embrace it. to build with it and draw on its ancient wisdom and to find within it the will to make our nation's greater, our regions safer. and the world better. to unleash this incredible potential in our people, we must defend the foundations that make it all possible. sovereign and independent nations is where peace h prospe
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prospered and so, we must protect our sovereignty and our cherished independence above all. when we do, we will find new op avenues for ation unfolding before us. we will find new passion for peacemaking, rising within us. we will find new purpose, new resolve, and new spirit flourishing all around us. and making this a very difficult world in which to live. so, together, let's choose prosperity andride. let's choose peace and freedom over domination and defeat. and let us come here to this place, to stand for our people h
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anr nations. forever strong, forever sovereign, and fever justice. and thankful for the goodness and the glory of god. thank you, god bless you and god bless the nations of the world. thank you very much. thank you. [ applause ] >> president trump concluding a little over a half-hour remarks before the u.n. general assembly, meeting here in new york. it was heavy on defense of american sovereignty.un anateralism, of human rights, of international criminal justice. the president getting off to start he didn't expect, as he began his remarks saying, let me find theweuote. i thinave it. let's play that moment. >> in less than two years, my administration has accomplished more tadn almost any nistration in the history of
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our country. america's -- so true. didn't expect that reaction. but that's okay. l >> sounde some in the crowd were mocking the president. i want to bring in andrea mitchell. what new teams did yr from the president? >> he was boastful. boasting about the stock market, boasting aboutmerica. hardly the platform to do that, where he's addressing many of these nations, some struggling with their economies. and he's boasting, threatening iran. imposing new sanctions against venezuela, again their controversial repressive government.
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calling on the other nations to restore democracy in venezuela. a wealthy company with great oil resources. it's been decimated by the current leadership. is restoring democrat a military option? there has been talk of that. and the u.s. history in latin america and central america is very contrersial. and slamming, again, angela merkel, germany, saying they are too reliant on russia for their engy. that was greeted by laughter and a shot of the german sell badel. and he threatened to cut foreign aito anybody that is not america's >> on what he o germany and russian oil, that was the only mention of russia.
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did not mention their international ventures >> he gave russia a complete and total pass. no mention of vladimir putin, of the aggression, their support r assad. he slammed iran for pporting the syrian regime but not russia, which is more needed for the survival of bashar al assad. no mention oour interference, at all. and there was no mention of the environment in the speh. peter, you're watching along. what stood out to you?le >> what is notthe timing of the speech. he doesn't set the timing of it comes in what is a remarkable week for this administration.n the president,ursday, will be meeting with rod rosenstein, and what could become a constitutional crisis.
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and the president will be watching, as the man he ha picked to be put on the supremer brett kavanaugh faces an almost unprecedented hring. brett kavanaugh, calling the smears. the president tweeting they are false accusations. >> peter alexander, thank you. there will be continuing coverage and analysis of the president's remarks on msnbc. se you later this evening for "nbc nightly news." and coming up, the mess whe a road collapses. >> and clouds more where that
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comes from, including a chance for more tomorrow. >> and -- >> >> it's no secret we've been dealing with a heck of a lot of rain, which could be responsible for a large sinkhole. >> we want to g t chris lawrence. what's going on behind you? >> a lot. this is the sinkhole. they finally got down to the
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actual water main. you can see how big this is with the role completely buckled almost halfway across. they're digging down there now trying to get to the water, rain and isolate the problem and fix that water main.ho i want to you a little bit of video that we shot just a little while ago when the water was still they were trying to pump it out of here. you could see it completelyg rushinrough the street. even though the sun is halfway coming out now, remember all that rainhat wead last night, throughout the morning and you can see the damage that it caused to this road, just completely buckled it all way down the street. i did speak with --ls we saw at one point that metro bus stop lsst a few inches from the hole. metro officre now telling us that they're detailing the buses to anacostia. they're detourin them to mississippi avenue. earlier i did get a chance to speak to an official at d.c. water who put context into how
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this happened. >> an eight-inch water main gave way. we don't know how many cracks there are but it was a significanten openinggh that a considerable water escaped, undermining the underpinnings of the road and the asphalt gave way. >> the folks herehould get their water back on by tonight.h road buckled all the way down to mississippi avenue. that's going to take days f to the sinkhole and fix the entire streets. you may be seeing the buses rerouted and traffic area for least the next few days.
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s that's going to be a m there. >> i know. look at this, too. all this rain causing this tree to topple over on to a me. this is in alexandria, virginia, the block of russell road. one person did have minor injuries and downed power lined impacted traffic on monticello bouleva boulevard. >> let's go to chuck bell. always bad news. i avoid you in the hallways now. >> if you dare to look out the window, you know there's no sunshine out there now. there there be precious little today. i do think late this afternoon you can sort of get a the reflections off the top of the jefferson memorial here, thk s are trying to prettien just a bit. ere will be peeks of sunshine here. otherwise a messy morning. brellas are still a very good
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idea for the rest of today. it's a lot warmer today. that pattern is going to continue tomorrow. zooming into the 80s tomorrow afternoon. e clouds have thinned out and there probably are breaks of sunshine across south maryland. across i-81, wchester to hagerstown, still quite a bit of rain to deal with. most of e rain in the city for the rest of the daylight house and there may be increasing ana chances for breaks of sunshine. while i do think we'll start with a fair amount of sunshine tomorrow before a thunderstorm chance comes in tomorrow afternoon and evening. the low cloud and fog under a mileility al bulles airport. 74 in town, already 82 and only 62 in the panhandle of west
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virginia. more about that form chance tomorrow and a look at the weekend coming up. >> more deadly violence from the district this morning. d.c.olice confirmed another homicide. we followed this all morning on "news4" today. it happened just outside a gas station. the victim is an adult man. that was withone of three homic in the last 24 hours. yesterday a man died at the hospital after being shot on southeast and bowen road. d.c. has surpassed the number oi des from last year. in 2017, there were a total of 116 homicides. right now we're at 118. angie? >> president trump just
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addressed the national aembly and started by touting what he called more accomplishments than possibly any other administration ever. the president discussed his meeting can north korea's kim jong un, striking a far different tone from last year when he referred to him as little rocketman. >> i would like tohank chairman kim for his courage and theteps he has taken, though much work remains to be done. the sanctions will stay in place until denuclearization occurs. >> the president also criticized the iran deal and said n sanctions would be put in place come november. he praised his administration's controversial decision to move the u.s. embassy from israel to jerusalem. >> and brett kavanaugh dens
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all of the allegations that surroundhim. >> reporter: judge brett kavanaugh on fox last night with his wife emphatically denying three allegations of sexual mis ndu conduct. >> i've never sexually assaulted anyone, not in high school, not ever. >> kristy blassey ford accused him, as has another woman. >> someone on the record described him as often incorently intoxicated. >> we've asked the committee to allow her to testify. 've asked the committee to o
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turn ir to the justice department. >> this is a fine man. we hope he's going to be confirmed and quickly. >> republicans are promising a quick vote. >> i s notuntypical for our friend on the other side to pull that kind of crap. skb >> i think this why victims of sexual abuse for decades have refused to come forward. >> ford's attorney said even though she plans to be here, she's agreed to be at the hearing, they are still working out details. >> well, theavanaugh controversy isn't onl causing drama at the white hous also for some senate republicans standing by the nominee. >> we bieve survivors! we believe survivors! >> that's senatoruz ted cr. protesters fced cruz a his
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wife, heidi,ca out of a lol restaurant. the chants did not let up until the couple left. demonstrators showed their approval on capitol hill. >> this next video will make you do a double take. >> we have a new video, giving driving lessons while on the job.
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i put criminals in prison during the day i'm jennifer wexton, and as a prosecutor, and changed diapers at night. later, when i had a law practice, i volunteered to help moms collect child support. then, as state senator, i worked across party lines to target sexual offenders and take guns away from domestic abusers. in congress, i'll stand up to president trump. i approve this message because, like every working mom, what's ahead is as important as what's in the rearview mirror.
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five months after being found of five counts of indecent assault, a judge will decide bill cosbs date. >> reporter: the entertain are is now a convicted sex offender who faces a possibility of five to ten years behind bars. yesterday his voice quivering eld eyes filling with tears, prosecutor kevin s urges the judge to apply that maximum sentce saying cosby has shown no remorse and tha nobody this above the law, nobody. andrea constance say all i'm asking for ace justi as the
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fit. sees some observers wonder if that justice could be influenced by factors outside the courtroom. >> judges are supposed to be impartial when they sentence. that being said, it's impossible to think that judges are not aware of the me too movement. >> the defense stressing public essure should not be a factor in the sentence. his lawyers have made it clear, less of the sentence they appeal. file an >> while police are taking jurors carefully through their case at the d.c. murder mansion d the, they investiga scene where the family's porsche
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was set on firehey were killed. the witness testified there was a foot path that backshe up to apartment's complex. on the stand tay wille an evidence technician with the d.c. policdepartment. >> the sex abuse scandals rockin the catholic church are driving away some of the faithful. pope francis made that statement today. pope francis wrapped up his four-day visit to the baltic states with a stopover in estoni where less than 1% of the population is catholic, an appropriate place for the pope to recognize thatany young
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people are movingway from the catholic church. in germany, they revealed insthe 70 years, more than 3,600 people were abused by more than 1,600 priests. similar findings werad public in australia, chile, the united states, the netherlands, pr once again that sexual abuse is not a local but global problem. the pope will later fly back to rome and the vatican. a >> to incredible story of survival. we're learning about how a 19-year-old survived 49 days adrift at sea. look at this. he told the associated press he ran out of food within a week and survived on fish and sea water and recnted being
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circled by a shark. he was finallycu res by people on a boat near guam in august and was finally reunited with his family. he said he used hisin clo to strain the sea water. >> a miracle there. >> we havearents in indiana. they are outraged because they cannot believe what they saw. >> a bus dver w fired after shocking video shows her letting an 11-year-old get behind the wheel with children on board. take a look. >> good,good. first we got to do i put on the brakes. >> the video wasaken by student and the driver seems to be coaching the child. apparently this was not theil oy allowed to ivdre. police say macatee let a
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13-year-old and 17-year-old also take the wheel. >> it' terrifying. the bus driver put 30 to 4 kid at >> anything could have happened to not only the kid on the bus but a pedestrian, another car coming by. >> tchool district said they're angered and disappointed in the actions of the >> do you know who is chatting with your children while they play popular mes? >> important saf information for parents after the break. e
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kaine: my dad ran an ironworking shop. i learned hard work and a trade from him and his workers. then i went to honduras as a missionary and taught kids to be carpenters and welders. our economy works best when everyone has a skill, like shipbuilding. that's why i created career and technical academies across virginia and passed a law to expand job training for young people. i'm tim kaine, and i approve this message. here in virginia, we have to build an economy that works for all.
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right now an alarming
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warning for p tied to the blockbuster veo game "fortnite." >> two men were arrested for allegedly using the game to prey on children. >> if you have don recognize the colored hair or excited last, your children probably will. he's the most famous rtte player in the world. while he's streaming to millions of ofans, he's a giving other gamers important advice. >> you don't know this person. doesn't tru don't trust them. don'tiv them any information. >> a registered sex offender was
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released on bail. a police sergeant using an app called kik to set up a meeting with a girl under 16. >> it has the potential to be dangerous to a child if it's misused by the person. >> with over 125 million players gging on and more than 250 million copies of mine aft sold, gamers can become predators. experts sayarents should set ground rules about playing online, never share personal information or photos, with people you know in real life. only allow game plane in a roy where people can overhear. we reached out to companies and
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only microsoft has responded saying they provide parental controls for devices and gaming that help parents choose the content and settings that are right their families. parents have to make sure they know what's actually goingn online. >> fortnite is a video game. if someone tries to meet you outside the game, that's n a go. >> if someone is in a game chat room and asks for pictures, your child should know to stop the child immediately and get a parent involved. >> i get a stodi a story on this earlier. many of the major games realize they don't have a i mechanism place to lock these chat rooms. there's apps. there have been stonees out in th about people meeting up and kids missing. you just have to be carefuu
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ouldn't give your kid a weapon and not teach them how to useit. >>ike you watch them play on the playground, you should watch them play online. >> that's true. >> spe of may grounds -- >> it's a perfect day if you like to jump in puddles. a lot of young kids like a good splash in the mud puddle. it's going to be a very long time before we get a long stretch of dry weather. our incredibly soggy pattern continu continues. we're already 5.5 incs above average. we've had more september than the previou five septembers all put together. onth withevably rainy more rain in the forecast. a lot of low cloud and fog, only a third of a mile visibility at douglas airport. cmyt is all flopped up around
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mymicropho antenna. that doesn't look very good. i apologize for that. a sunnier day from richmond to newport news and the beach. we have a chance for strong rostorms around here tom afternoon. the slight risk basically goes north of border to shenandoah county. everyone has a chance north and west of the city for rain. frederick county, up into the panhandle of west virginia. see the skies trying to clear out a little bit. rain chances are dropping with' time but keep the umbrella tomorrow we'll start dry but could end with a chance of strong aer storms. thursday kind of cool,
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mperatures near 70. we dry out on friday. hey, look at that! two dry days in a row and on a weekend. double bonus for that. >> i like it. >> a major deal between two top fashion houses. between two top fashion houses. a look at who michael
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i put criminals in prison during the day i'm jennifer wexton, and as a prosecutor, and changed diapers at night. later, when i had a law practice, i volunteered to help moms collect child support. then, as state senator, i worked across party lines to target sexual offenders and take guns away from domestic abusers. in congress, i'll stand up to president trump. i approve this message because, like every working mom, what's ahead is as important as what's in the rearview mirror.
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well, looks like versace will have a n owner. michael kors is buying the fashion house for $2 million. folks are wondering what that will mean for the high-end versace games. michael kors also purchased jimmych last year. >> you're trying to twist yourself in ao pretzel squeeze yourself into an ever-shrinking plane seat, help may be o the way. >> the boarding process these days feels a lot more like a cale ll. more people squeezing and twisting into tiny seats,ess
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om for elbows, legs and back sides. >> the planes are more crowded. everybody's uptight. it's not a pleaspet ence. >> airline seats have been this ringing for years from 35 inches down to 30 inches less today. congress is considering ordering the faa to set minimum leg a seat room. >> number one should be safety. if we can't get out during an emergency evacuation, then people are really in trouble. >> under faa rules, every passenger must be able to evacuate within 90 seconds. if the faa does start regulating leg room and seats, it will likely take years of working ous the refore seeing any
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changes. >> i walmart working to make sure your food is safe. >> reporter: walmart is hoping technology can set shoppers' nds at ease following several incidence of food-borne illnesses. they will trace vegetables from the farm to the store. eventually you can scan a bag and use the technology to findr out where yttuce cape from. >> that's pretty cool. well, this morning decades of research into final cord injuries finally paying off. >> several patients paralyzed for years are beginning to walk again. that's incredible. >> reporter: jeff was an avid mountain biker until a accident
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left him paralyzed. but look at him now. youeo a to walk 100 yards to walk. >> gradually i can do more and more myself. >> tod researchers report five pair -- paralyzed patients taking steps for the first time. it shows recovery can happen even years afterin jury. >> how would you characterize this? >> as breathtaking. it gives incredible hope to people. >> 20 yrs after christopher reeve was left paralyzed, it seemed that paralyzed people
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would walk again. >> incredible. new shocking video to show you. this i not fake. startling photos showing a baby boy, 10-month-old, crawling across a busy new jersey road. police are investigating after this baby was found saturday in lakewood. police suspect the baby slipped out of the door an oer brother accidentally left open. >> thankfully a neighbor stopped traffic to save that baby.e >> there w few cars that went by me. i blocked traffic and got out and stood by the baby. i didn't feel comfortable picking up the baby up because i didn't know exactly what was going on. to me anyone in that situation would have done the same thing. neighborhood describe the boy's family as warm and caring. so far no charges have beenga filed ainst them.
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>> after the break, a look a what you can expect this season on "this is us." >> and one of our fire house chefs is takingis h
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you have something on you. it's a piece of candy. >> can you get it? >> yeah. >> tu.nk
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>> the wait is over. tonight nbc's "thinks s is us returns for its third season. >> that means fun, y know, a little bit of levity and 70s hair and make-up and costume. that's first thing i think abouxc i'm eed about the wardrobe. >> season three kicks off right after "t voice" and starts tonight at 9:00 right here on nbc4. >> "the voice." >> you better go home and nap if you want to stay up. >> a local pastry chef with an inspirational story is making his appearance on "the steve harvey" show today. >> the young man is on the
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autism spectrum but do h not let that stop him going after hidraepeams? >> how does that make me feel? >> so happy and like c accomplish anything as a chef. >> you can watch the entirete iew today right here on . nb >> let's talk about some chili. a little firefighter is putting his recipe to the test. >> captain eddie hdumayer one hour toeat out four others at the hormel cooking challenge in new york. we caught upit him at fire station 13. >> reporter: firefighters chili, you know we know something about that. we're here at station number 13 with captain eie duyer. all your ingredients are laid
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out here, captain. nationwide you're one of five finalists competing for the title to win. >> what's the big secret? >> the big secret i think is bacon. it really sets it apart. >> and when you win, let's say yol win, what do you get? >> the winner of the competition gets r$10,000 our department. we're going to use that for our santa visit everyear where santa goes around and visits sick children. >> there we go, we're tasting captain eddie's recipe. oh, yeah. you're going to win. the competition, coming up on tuesday in new york city. captain eddie competing, one of five finalists in the cookoff.
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give me a high five. let go do . back in to you. >> good luck to him. yo know who else likes to cook chili? chuck bell. that's an idea. you should stay inside when it raining and make chilly. >> you should make some for your on family and bring some here. just a thought. >> torrow a chance for thunderstorms, which could be on the strong side tomorrow oo afte the best news i can give you, both saturdayda and s look sunny, mild and rain free. >> i think you should tweet your chill live recipe out. >> i think you should. >> thas so much for joining us. we're back on the air at 4:00 this afrnoon.te waiting for a liver transplant..
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♪ we're ve in five, four, three, two, one. ♪ >> wow. >> now there is a movie star. all glittery. huge night in hollywood. there's bradley cooper. lady gaga. at the "star is born" premier. and then duelling premiers of kevin hart for "night school." scott evans is running ragged. he was at both. we'll have it for you in a bit. >> he needs a cape and running shoes. he is superman. welcome to "access live." mike is with us this morning. on a perfect morning because this is big, people. last night mike went back to his roots. >> sur


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