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So let's talk about this set up. Transcript Providers. It's "Money Time. Thousands had to sit all night. Indra, thanks so much. ROMANS: Paul, for the early birds waking up this morning who did not see that speech, about an hour of the president his fifth address to the nation, what were your highlights, the most important moments you saw? New York City police Commissioner Ray Kelly stopped short of saying they are part of the knockout game. He integrated television, ok? Let me give you a quick check what's happening around the world. Indra Petersons is watching the weather for us. I want to give you the chance. And I was sitting in the seat on the other side and just kind of flew to the other side. There is a congressman trying to explain himself this morning after an angry threat of physical violence, folks, to a reporter. Now these numbers are coming in not long after that disastrous launch of the Obamacare Web site which has had the White House on the defense ever since. It could be more severe with jail time. Four people died in Lubbock. Meanwhile, heavy snow falling in Virginia, parts of that state facing up to a foot of snow. It's called omega block -- notice the letter, it looks like the Greek letter omega. And this morning, the roads in and around Atlanta are just littered with cars and trucks. And since we have a Democrat in the White House, you would expect that we found that, yes, that poll is slightly more Democratic than the normal. Here's the good news, though, Kyra. A live report from New York, next. So that's the other side of it. NICE: I'll tell you why, what he's thinking because, like I said, he's kind of an old guy now and I don't really think he understands how social media works and how you have to handle things, the media savvy that is necessary to handle crises is different than the way it was when he was Dr. There's one little piece of good news there. Worth on Sunday. So we might get the ball rolling here. What I'm saying is there's no career for me. We may, we may have just encouraged more violence in the future than we have stopped. So if you look at this, when you get into those numbers even more directly, is he a strong and decisive leader you have 46 percent saying yes, but 53 percent saying no. You have kind of a confluence of events. Now, the government was in on this. Jason, give us a sense of what the scene is right now. All right. We're talking about 30s as highs in Atlanta tomorrow. That's what we have to deal with. This man opened doors for pretty much every black entertainer in America working today. NICE: It's great to be here. Take a listen. Only three in 10, only three in 10 say unilateral changes are the way to go. That's right, he took the stage despite some ugly allegations. It could be fines. But when you get into the honesty, again slipping from May 58 percent back down to 46 percent now. Tuesday night through Wednesday, this is going to be the trickiest when we start seeing even heavier snow, heavy rain, strong winds which alone will bring travel delays, and continue to see that wintry mix. But the point is these random attacks are happening.
They are not quick to move just because the public or even in a lawsuit says they should. And also, remember, the lawsuit is civil -- that's a civil claim. The DEA gets their ears peaked by this lawsuit saying "Oh, all of this is going on and you have basically witness testimony now and these former players saying all this is going on? We want to see which laws are being broken. So what could happen to an NFL team if they're found guilty of criminal wrongdoing? It could actually extend to the teams themselves. It could be fines. It could be more severe with jail time. The hope, I would think, of any federal investigation is that if you nab a few people then you clean up everybody because they get scared of being put in jail or being fined themselves. We'll have to see what happens here. Appreciate it. That's the finding of a new CNN analysis which shows some Republican outside groups may have coordinated with campaigns in violation of the law. We'll talk about that next. That's nothing new. But a CNN analysis shows that during the midterms, some Republican groups may have used social media specifically Twitter, in a way that pushed the limits of election laws. And that's sparking questions about the ties between social media and Washington. Chris Moody is our CNN senior digital correspondent. He has more for you. Smart lawyers have been trying to find ways to send signals between the campaigns and these outside groups that are all spending money for the same goal and that's to get someone elected. Outside groups, including American Crossroads and the American Action Network collaborated with the National Republican Congressional Committee in order to share polling data. So because campaign cannot coordinate officially with outside groups, what these groups did was set up public Twitter accounts that no one knows about in order to post polling data and polling numbers in a secret code that you could only read if you had the formula. And they would post this polling data on these Twitter accounts. One of these accounts was named after Bruno Gianelli which was the name of fictional a character on the show "West Wing". He argued in favor of using soft money to peddle issue campaigns. So you can't use soft money, period. We can guess possibly that California is the state and the number at the end, 21 is the district and then the polling in the middle is the top line numbers. After I got wind of this, I e-mailed a spokesperson for the NRCC and the other groups and literally minutes after I sent the e-mail, all of the accounts were deleted. We've exposed a couple of these Twitter accounts but there's nothing stopping other campaigns or outside groups from doing this in the future so long as these groups continue to hide their information in plain sight. Is there anything you can report that's a direct violation of the law? So it's very difficult to just say what is legal and illegal. We talked to several experts, people who used to work for the Federal Election Commission and campaign finance lawyers and they say, "You know what, we really can't say authoritatively if this is legal. But what we can say is that the law is so murky that smart lawyers have found ways to get around rules that are supposed to bar coordination between political campaigns and outside groups. That is strange. I'm sure you called the FEC. What is the FEC saying about this? MOODY: Well, an FEC vice chairwoman after the story ran this morning said the same thing we said in the story, that this is murky and it's kind of hard to go after things like this, but she did signal that there's a possibility that the FEC could be looking into the ways the campaigns and outside groups are using social media to communicate. So we might get the ball rolling here. The question is will the FEC do anything about it? The answer to that question most campaign experts say is probably not. I appreciate it. That's right, he took the stage despite some ugly allegations. And guess what? Yet another woman has come forward. We'll tell you about that next. There was an enthusiastic reception, quite a contrast to the awkward silence as NPR's Scott Simon confronted Cosby about rape allegations. Cosby, but there have been serious allegations raised about you in recent days. You're shaking your head no. I'm in the news business.
This is an accident with an SUV crashing into a light rail train. Also huge demand, huge growth for those jobs so simple economics would hold if you need to keep good workers you have to pay them more and they're trying to keep these young, in some cases college educated, workers on board so they have to pay them a little bit more. So, yes, travel woes but also half an inch of freezing rain that makes a power line weigh pounds. ROMANS: Paul, for the early birds waking up this morning who did not see that speech, about an hour of the president his fifth address to the nation, what were your highlights, the most important moments you saw? Freezing rain hitting parts of Texas and Arkansas and by tomorrow snow will be starting to fall in Kentucky, Ohio and western Pennsylvania. There's lots for them to do. Christine, thanks. A lot of people are confused. That's on top of thousands grounded ahead of the storm as a precaution. Here in the U. I'm John Berman. We're going to be live on the ground all over the story. And finally, will a lot of what the president proposed last night become law actually get done? I'm in the news business. And then you also look at another kind of odd thing, I would point out is ironically people still think that he is likeable, although there's been some slippage in that. And they're not a standalone incident. Jim Sciutto, thanks so much. Until now, they all fall under assault. It's a historic mistake. We continue to follow the breaking news, this rare winter storm causing chaos in the south. When you look at the numbers crunched here, for example some big, big ticket increases, you mentioned Cincinnati, there's some others they pointed out in Washington, D. And no one wants to hear it. Worth International Airport. That's nothing new. I like to see it loosening up at least somewhere. It's the same dome of high pressure, the same one that threat all this cold air from Canada, well, that cold air went all the way far enough to the south. Not a great way to start off the week, Nick. This man opened doors for pretty much every black entertainer in America working today. I mean, all state, like, all state Texas the weather is just insane. President Obama had a lot to say on the state of the economy last night. He integrated television, ok? All right. We have every angle covered. Tonight at p. How about foreign policy, too? One of these accounts was named after Bruno Gianelli which was the name of fictional a character on the show "West Wing". Look, this is a fascinating analysis by "USA Today" on front page. We're going to be covering the chaos in the south created by that dangerous winter storm. So that's what we're continuing to deal with here. Make a statement. So both the government and American now say, no, no, don't worry we'll still have good service. Usually we see this kind of weather around January not around November and that's really causing a lot of mess for this week because, as you know, Kyra, this is a really busy holiday week, travel week. He can be the iconic ground breaker that he is and be a pervert. The way I handle it is I don't care what Bill Cosby did. Tuesday night through Wednesday, this is going to be the trickiest when we start seeing even heavier snow, heavy rain, strong winds which alone will bring travel delays, and continue to see that wintry mix. It's called omega block -- notice the letter, it looks like the Greek letter omega. So if you are traveling or getting on the road, stay -- stay safe and be sure to check those travel advisories -- Kyra. Israel doesn't like the deal. So these are significant problems for the president. And one of those personal qualities is honesty. Cosby on television, ok? It's a little bit warmer than the snow. And that's what we're all hoping for to get there safely. You had United and Continental -- they merged together. Also a little bit of snow behind that.
Also, nuke deal. It's a historic mistake. Is that a game? That was a hard hit. Kids randomly punching strangers. Police on alert and on the lookout. Miley lets the cat out of the bag. I'm Kyra Phillips. Carol Costello is off today. Well, with just three days to go until Thanksgiving a deadly wintry blast is making its way east and it could disrupt travel plans for millions of all of you. Driving in some places just downright dangerous at this point. In Oklahoma this SUV spins out, flips over then tumbles off the road. Ice, sleet, snow, all blamed for 10 traffic related deaths. And then in Dallas planes are being deiced. Hundreds of flights pre- cancelled and it's not just the bad timing but many travelers didn't even expect to see conditions like this in Texas. I mean, all state, like, all state Texas the weather is just insane. This is Alaska or Idaho. Nick Valencia joining us now live from Dallas-Ft. Worth International Airport. Not a great way to start off the week, Nick. And what's happening here in Dallas, Kyra, is really a microcosm or a snapshot of what's happening all across the United States. You mentioned hundreds of flights, about flights cancelled here at Dallas-Ft. Worth on Sunday. That represents about 30 percent of the flights that come out of this airport and you can take a look up here at the board. It's more of the same this morning. Another 86 flights cancelled this morning. American Airlines is the big airline that operates out of Dallas-Ft. Worth airport and they're just preparing for the worst right now. There's some passengers that we spoke to, some of them are a little bit more angrier than others about the delays. Take a listen. They cancelled them at in the morning and there wasn't a flake of snow or sleet anywhere to be seen. So we're pretty upset with American. That's for sure. So it's very disappointing. Worth airport. We want to mention, though, that this travel here, yes, it's bad in Dallas, but places like central Pennsylvania are being impacted. Upstate New York. And I don't have to tell the people watching us in Oklahoma or Arkansas just how bad it is there. That low pressure system moving through creating temperatures that are about 10 or 20 degrees below average. Usually we see this kind of weather around January not around November and that's really causing a lot of mess for this week because, as you know, Kyra, this is a really busy holiday week, travel week. About 40 million Americans expected to travel 50 miles or more. So if you are traveling or getting on the road, stay -- stay safe and be sure to check those travel advisories -- Kyra. Nick Valencia for us in Dallas this morning. Thanks so much. So just how long is this storm going to stick around and where is it headed next? What do you think, Indra? Now take a look at this video. It's just an example of what we're expecting. As the system continues to push off of these. This is Oklahoma City where they really saw some of those icy roads. And they're not a standalone incident. Look at all these reported incidents we've already seen. Heavy snow we're seeing from New Mexico in through Oklahoma. Especially pay attention in through Texas where we had tons of reports of freezing rain. So, yes, travel woes but also half an inch of freezing rain that makes a power line weigh pounds.