tv Today in the Bay NBC October 1, 2017 7:00am-8:01am PDT
take a live look outside -- bay bridge from san francisco good sunday morning to you. your time is 7:00. it is a gorgeous start to your october. that is the bay bridge from the camera in san francisco as the sunrises. no traffic to speak of. you can see a few people out there getting their morning walk in. what a beautiful weekend to be outside. good morning, thanks so much for waking up with us. i'm vicky nguyen alongside vianey arana looking at the microclimate forecast. it's been fabulous to be outside. we are wrapping up summer, summer-like temperatures. >> yeah, inland areas, slightly warmer temperatures than the coastline. at least we have a nice mix between 60s and 80s. right now, if you are waking up
in the south bay, 66 degrees. partly clear skies. that's only because we have lingering high clouds. the peninsula is nice and clear at 50 degrees. tri-valley, 52. i have seen amazing photos of a cloudless san francisco, which has been nice. a chilly 51 in the north bay. the temperature trend is going to be interesting. we had a hard start to the workweek. we ended on a cooler start and warmed up in the hills. we are expecting that to kick up winds, which is why there is a red flag warning. san francisco should be in the clear of that, although, in areas like san jose and the east bay and north bay, expect that relative humidity to play into those winds and gusts tonight. the 80 temperatures will be a factor in the red flag warning. i'll break down which would be the cooler spots and where to expect to see the hotter spots today. we can finally expect to see
fall-like temperatures for the workweek. many are looking forward to october, so happy first day of october. >> we are beginning to transition our wardrobes, then the 90s come back. thank you. the juice is loose this morning. while you were sleeping, o.j. simpson left a nevada prison after serving nine years. the former nfl star was released on parole in northern nevada just after midnight. he spent nine years behind bars for armed robbery and kidnapping. he was released at midnight to ensure public safety and reduce chances of an incident occurring. he is expected to stay in nevada for the future. officials in florida are trying to block simpson from serving parole there. he was living in florida before the 2008 conviction. the warriors were put in the middle of a political controversy when the president
pulling their rvisit to the whie house. the warriors decided against a public display. the nuggets decided to link arms. some warrior fans were surprised at what they saw during the national anthem and cheered on the denver nuggets for taking a stand. >> they didn't do anything, at all. denver did, as you saw. i was disappointed they didn't at least lock arms. >> no matter what we do, we are going take criticism. we don't care what anybody says. if our guys kneel, people would say why are you kneeling. tonight, why weren't you kneeling. >> coach steve ker and many joined forces with colin kaepernick. kaepernick first kneeled as a show of defiance against racial
injustice in the united states. before the game, nba commissioner reminded players the league has a specific rule requiring them to stand for the national anthem. a developing story out of half-moon bay. road closures after a chp officer struck and killed a pedestrian. it happened on highway 1 before the sams chatter house restaurant. the victim is a 74-year-old man from burling game. he was a guest at a wedding reception there. traffic was closed near colorado street for the investigation. a homicide investigation in a high-end east bay neighborhood today. social media posts say the victim was an 80-year-old man. he was found dead in a home in the 6000 block near broadway and highway 94. the man's son was arrested in connection with that killing. new details this morning in the discovery of two people
found dead in a car in san francisco. police tell us they no longer consider this a double homicide. a concerned neighbor called police for a welfare check about victims in the neighborhood. they found a man and a woman dead from gunshot wounds and found a gun in the car. investigators say they are not looking for suspects in what now appears to be a murder suicide. >> very surprising, very. >> people here are so friendly and welcoming. to have something like this happen is saddening. it's tragic. >> there was a car thief in the car that police towed. investigators say no child is in danger or missing. we are learning new details about the man killed in a rock slide at yosemite national park this week. family members say the 32-year-old of great bit tan died. lucy foster says her husband
jumped to cover her as tons of rock flew down el capitan. they were there to celebrate their first wedding anniversary. rock climbers are rattled. the park's geologist says there is no more danger than usual of another big slide. president trump is stirring up more controversy on twitter. yesterday morning, he unleashed a barrage of tweets krit sizing the mayor of san juan, puerto rico. such poor leadership ability for the mayor and others not able to get workers to help. they want everything done for them. the mayor blasted the president. disaster relief efforts continue around the clock in puerto rico. ten days after maria hit, 90% of puerto rico is without power. one-third of the gas stations remain closed. a third of cell service is back
up. mr. trump plans to visit puerto rico and the u.s. virgin islands on tuesday. san juan's mayor says she will have no problem speaking with the president. >> i have no time for anything that is not conducive and productive. >> in our series of tweets, president trump praised the governor and congressional representatives. a community effort to avoid another disastrous flood in the south bay. volunteers in san jose were picking up debris in the creek yesterday in the rock springed neighborhood. hundreds had to be evacuated from homes in february after water crested over the creek bay during heavy rain. organizers say this isn't a permanent solution, but removing debris will prevent future flooding and raise awareness. >> it does make people aware of the creeks, you know, the, i guess, the strengths of water when we get into flood stages.
>> this is video of the flooding back in february. the water district is now working with the army corps of engineers on long term flood control. much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, sefrg trump administration officials under scrutiny for their travel expenses. we'll show you who is now in charge of making sure special perks are a thing of the past. what had passengers so scared on a flight to l.a.? stay with us. e take a live look outside --
bay bridge -- embarcadero san francisco the time is 7:10. look at that gorgeous sunrise. people jogging and strolling along with their babies making the most of this amazing weather, this sunday, october 1st. the white house says it is putting new controls on government scandal. it comes after the costly public flights cost tom price to resign.
kelly o'donnell reports, travel by other officials is now under new scrutiny. >> reporter: special perks, grounded. >> i was disappointed. i didn't like it cosmetically or otherwise. >> reporter: a president who pledged to drain the swamp is down a cabinet secretary and agency chiefs are under new rules. just because something is legal doesn't make it right. the taxpayers bucks will now stop with john kelly. all travel shall require prior approval from the white house chief of staff. several officials under scrutiny after taking private and military planes instead of flying much cheaper commercial airlines. the fallout, even from republicans is stinging. >> this is no time for public service to be jet setting around the country living the high lifestyle. >> reporter:outed health and human services chief hit close
to $1 million. pushed to resign friday, he wrote the recent events have created a distraction. a distraction heading to other officials. interior secretary, defended three charter trips as pre-approved and within the rules. >> we travel in areas and under circumstances that we don't have other flight options. >> reporter: veteran affairs secretary is posting his travel schedule online. after complaints he flew a military jet on government business to europe, but added sightseeing time with his wife. >> they are draining the taxpayers to make life more luxurious for themselves. >> that was kelly o'donnell reporting. former secretary, tom price promised to pay back $50,000 to cover a portion of the costs. they have not said whether price actually paid.
california's high speed rail project is picking up speed. the report leading to concern. plus, the spectacle that slowed traffic on the bay bridge an why the explosions are just getting started. >> we are waking up toi fog in san francisco. i'll talk about the temperatures that could impact how you plan out your sunday. details after the break. stay with us.
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scary moments on board a flight from paris to los angeles. one of the four engines exploded in midair. passengers on board the flight said they heard a loud bang and the plane started shaking and losing altitude. you can see it is clear one of the engines nearly destroyed. the plane landed in canada. the passengers had to wait hours to deplane because they are not handled to handle the airbus 380. the incident is under investigation. california's high speed rail ser sis is off the tracks when it comes to budget estimates. the 119 miles of track under construction in the central valley are already $2 billion over budget, it's a 27% jump over the original estimate. new documents show the costs are being racked up because of land that has to be bought, utilities that have to be moved and
agreements with freight railroads. work on the track is now seven years behind schedule. experts say more delays will make the project more expensive. another part of the old eastern span of the bay bridge is gone, for good. crews imploded two more con creed piers. if you didn't get a chance to see the live stream, you'll have several opportunities. it will continue every other week until mid november. it is an incredible engineering fete to see that. let's turn our attention to the weather and checking with in vianey arana and the weekend forecast. really, no complaints here. >> no complaints. i think the clear skies and the slightly cooler temperatures have made up for all those hot ones the past week. at least i think so. we are welcoming the first day
of october. a lot of people are wondering, are we going to see fall-like temperatures stick around in the bay area? i may have the answer for the first week of october, anyway. peninsula, nice, clear and 60 degrees. the tri-valley on the chillier side at 52. south bay, 56 and san francisco nice and clear, fogless, not too much fog the past couple days, which is nice. it's been due to a couple systems. we had a trough that cooled us down thursday night to friday. now we have a 24-hour temperature change. seven degrees cooler in livermore than yesterday at this hour. coastline, two degrees warmer and six degrees cooler in napa than yesterday. the reason is we have a weird temperature trend going. the breezier, gustier conditions are because we had that trough move in. now it is moving to the east. just behind that, in the pacific, we have a building
ridge. the interaction between those two is what's going to kick up the winds and keep temperatures seasonable. at 8:30 a.m., you will notice the winds start picking up in san jose. breezier conditions for livermore as well. half-moon bay on the windier side. throughout the day, we'll notice the positioning of the wind, pick up to the gustier side of things for the north bay and east bay hills. if you have plans to be out, if you notice by 11:00 a.m., look at livermore. san jose, 22. in the next several hours, you are going to notice, it is going to be noticeable in the high level areas. the winds stick around tonight to monday. that is why there is a red flag warning. the red flag warning means there is the possibility of a fire watch threat, which is why we have to keep a close eye on it because of those increasing winds with gusty conditions that
could hit up to 30 plus miles per hour, which means that relative humidity is also low and the factors will play into the possibility of breaking out in fire. please, try to avoid lighting fires. we have seen a couple brush fires and how quickly that can spread. that will remain in effect for monday. the forecast today, comfortable weather. livermore, 81 degrees. antioch, slightly warmer in the hillside. today, the 70s. san jose, a high of 78 degrees. san francisco, 72 and the next several days, we are going notice a cooling pattern. if you have plans to go hiking in the east bay, clear and cool, comfortable weather at 10:00 a.m. at 2:00, we notice the increasing winds. you are going to be hiking in the east bay hills, remember the red flag warning is in place. the next seven days it will remain in place through monday as the winds die down.
we are not expecting the conditions to change by much as we head into wednesday, but into the following weekend, well, looks like we are finally welcoming 70s. vickie? >> as we should be. thank you. you are watching "today in the bay." up next, a good-bye in san francisco after nearly 50 years. one of the most unusual art galleries has close its doors. what's going in its place. unusual art galleries á is one
owned and operated by the city itself. one of san francisco's more unusual art galleries is owned and operated by the city itself. we are talking about a one-time autorepair shop. it became a gallery a half century ago and now it is on the move. here is joe. >> i have pictures out. thousands of pictures out. >> reporter: an important component in the yard, the element of surprise when martin
sits down to create his photo collages, he doesn't know what will come out. >> slowly evolves. i don't have a preplan. >> reporter: in the art world, the unexpected can come from location. since 1970, this unsuspecting gallery in the shadow of san francisco city hall surprised visitors passing by. >> fun to be across the street and watch people wander by and suddenly stop because they are not expecting to see anything there. >> reporter: the gallery run by the san francisco arts commission has a long, long history of hosting art shows, the strange. >> i always loved that place because it looked like a giant barn. the writing on the side of what it used to be. >> reporter: artist showed in the gallery in the early days. >> i finally made it as an artist. the opening was amazing.
tons of drag queens were walking in and out. these are titles of shows in the past. meat show. >> there were shows. >> reporter: after 47 years, the final curtain is coming down on this unique space. the arts commission wants to focus on the gallery in the war memorial building, so the old building is hosting the last show. >> 4,000 artists that have shown here over 47 years. >> reporter: on september 30s, the city will host a final send off with a procession to the new gallery led by cliff hanks. >> this is a musical coat. when it comes to public art space, they come back. >> reporter: the gallery will go out with a bang, color from a final photo collage.
the unexpected in an art world no longer surprised by change. joe rosato jr., nbc bay area news. coming up, concert goers are shocked when a marilyn manson concert stops. why the musician had to be taken off the stage in a stretcher. also, the people behind the hate rallies nationwide. we investigate antifa as they explain why they think violence is necessary.
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we are going get a look at the microclimate forecast and temperatures in line with what we would expect. >> you are going to like it, especially if you are missing your sweaters and nice fall temperature drinks, pumpkin spice latte. tell me your favorite via twitter. it is 56 degrees and enjoying nice clear skies. guess what? the clear skies are expected to stick around at least for the start of the workweek. nice conditions in the tri-valley and 52 degrees. 51 in the north bay and san francisco, 57. the first day of october is off to a comfortable start. i would say all in all, you can keep in mind the fact we are in for cooler temperatures along the coast and breezy to windy conditions. if you are going to be walking along the water, you might feel chilly. the wind kicks up into the mid afternoon and evening hours. the gusty conditions could make an impact. 56 degrees by 12:00.
san francisco will be topping out in those 70s. if you are inland like san jose or headed to the east bay or the north bay, a red flag warning is in place because of the winds and the relative low humidity. however, the temperatures, not too bad. we are talking upper 70s for san jose and in areas along concord and antioch, which are the hotter spots in the low 80s. i'll break down how long the fall-like temperatures will be sticking around in 15 minutes. >> thank you so much. we want to update you on breaking news coming into our news room. police have killed a man who attacked passengers at a train station in france. here is what we know right now. authorities say the man killed two women, the newspaper is reporting what the man yelled before the attack. france's interior minister is heading to the scene of the attack. a counterterrorism investigation is being opened up.
keep up with our digital platforms for updates on the story all day long. check it out at www.nbcbayarea.com as the details come into the news room. after nine years in prison, o.j. simpson is a free man. he walked out of a nevada corrections facility after midnight. the nfl star was released on parole in northern nevada. he spent nine years behind bars for armed robbery and kidnapping. he was released at midnight to ensure public safety and reduce chances of the incident. he is ordered to stay in nevada for the future. officials in florida are trying to block him from serving parole there. he was living in florida before the 2008 conviction. the warriors got swept up in a political confrontation after the president reneged their
invitation to the white house. they surprised people with what they did not do. ♪ >> reporter: at the singing of the national anthem, the denver nugget players and the coaching staff decided to link arms. we have seen it in some national football league games. the warriors decided against a display. i asked coach steve kerr about it after the game. >> we are going take criticism. we don't care what anybody says. if our guys were to kneel, they would say why are you kneeling. tonight they are saying why weren't you kneeling. >> president trump ordered them to stand for football. last week, president trump went after stephen curry. during tonight's game, the
warriors plans were surprised what they saw during the national anthem and cheered on the denver nuggets. >> they didn't do anything, at all. denver did. i was kind of disappointed they didn't at least lock arms. >> i was glad they did something. >> reporter: curry and other warriors team members voiced solidarity with colin capper knick. he is the one that first knelt for the national anthem as a show of defiance for racism in the united states. a central valley family in mourning after a car crash on highway 17. a 3-year-old boy died after a truck plowed into the back of the suv. it happened in the southbound lane. police are not sure what led up to that fatal crash. >> we are in the preliminary stages. at this time, we don't believe alcohol is a factor in this. we are conducted the investigation. >> the boy was strapped into his
car seat, but did not survive. three adults and two other children in the car suffered major injuries. the family is from the modesto area. a serious crash between two emergency vehicles in vallejo. a fire department suv and ambulance responding to two separate calls collided. it happened on florida street and sonoma boulevard. a firefighter and paramedic were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. the california state capital transformed for the dedication to fallen firefighters. bagpipes and drums provided the introduction to the california firefighters memorial ceremony. 31 names were read aloud and added to the names inscribed on the memorial at the state capital. among them, four firefighters from the area and a member of
the forest service. that man buzz killed when a burning tree fell on him. >> he lived on that mountain, he worked on that mountain and he protected the community on that mountain and he died on that mountain. >> these first responders joined 1300 others, now memorialize zed for protecting californians. just into the news room, a scary moment for rock icon, marilyn manson last night at the ballroom in new york city. a mishap with a stage prop caused the concert to come to a screeching halt. in that video, you can see two large pistols are crashing down on the singer as he stumbled backward. after laying on the stage for 15 minutes, he was carried out on a stretcher and taken to a local hospital. he has a leg injury. it's not known how serious that injury is. we have seen a lot of protests in the past several montds. many times, we see a group of
people who wear black to cover their faces. they are known for being violent against other protesters and sometimes law enforcement. this morning, we investigate antifa and go behind the mask. [ chanting ] >> reporter: from berkeley -- >> immediately disperse. >> reporter: -- to charlottesville, a growing movement making its presence and tactics clear. >> scared for white supremacy. >> you attack somebody -- >> absolutely. >> reporter: antifa is known for property destruction, weaponry and countless street fights. warring against hate speech and what they call a corrupted american dream. >> the system is against us.
>> reporter: daniel is 19 years old, a sophomore in college, majoring in political science. he reads history and writes political papers. he's convinced the american people have been duped by false promises. >> america is a good country. we have to follow the american dream and things will be all right. >> reporter: he agreed to reveal his face -- >> are you ready to take the mask off. >> reporter: and show why he was in antifa. >> the goal of a better society where everyone, you know, has a future. >> reporter: if it takes violence, daniel says antifa is ready. >> you cannot debate it. you have no option but use force. >> reporter: it's associated with hitler, dictators who focus
on national strength and use force to put down opponents. it's unclear how many people are part of antifa because it's not organized with a leader or member, demonstrators view social media to mobilize. last month the berkeley mayor sads antifa should be treated as a gang. we wanted to ask him about his position, but he wouldn't agree to an interview. >> do you have a couple minutes for us? >> i don't. >> reporter: why do you think antifa should be considered a gang? sir? are you backing off that statement now? >> no one gets to use violence. that's unacceptable. >> reporter: jonathan ross teaches history at san jose state and studies anti-fascist groups. he believes antifa and fascists are groups with less than 10,000
followers. >> i would love to go out and protest against hate speech. hate speech is a bad thing. using violence -- >> reporter: what else is antifa doing besides what we see during protests? daniel and his friend invited us to fol le them as they bagged lunches for the homeless in oakland. >> the community service. i do actually -- >> reporter: the battle in the street is what most people see as antifa. >> we don't think fascism deserves free speech. >> bonnie, being harassed for being transgender, take a stand against hate speech before it's accepted ideology later. >> a platform to fascism, they will kill you. we want to shut it down. >> who decides who is fascist or not? they can decide it and march around and yell and scream.
they can't beat people up. >> it's building communities and solidarity for one another. when you build other communities, there's no need for behavior. >> reporter: he vows to keep fighting with his pen and with his body, if necessary. antifa activists say as long as people are out to spread hate speech, they will be out to protest. this story prompted a lot of discussion on social media. go to my facebook page, vicky nguyen. give us a call at 888-996-tips. or send an e-mail to email@example.com. the move from president trump that has many up in arms with the battle for climate change. plus, an emotional day at at&t park as the giants and their fans say good-bye to matt
a bittersweet day at china basin. the giants hosting the padres in game 161. the story was san francisco pitcher, matt cain making the final start of his career. let's take you out to the ballpark and show you what it looked like here. cain heading out to the mound for the first time in major league baseball. he turned back the clock and struck out four of five. the final pitch resulted in this groundout to end the inning. cain leaves to a standing ovation. teammates excited for him. hugs from everybody, including the skipper there. so much history for cain and these giants. in typical cain action, no run support and the bullpen blew his
lead, the giants dropping to the padres, 3-2. warriors kicking off their preseason. nupting out of the ordinary for golden state during the national anthem. the nuggets locked arms during the national anthem. then kevin durant finishing huge. curry doing what he does. wouldn't be enough if the warrior, i know, it's preson, win 108-102. love finished for a school record 301 yards in stanford's 34-24 win over arizona state. that's all for sports. the news continues right after this. at odds with president trump on
in nation in tough environmental legislation. president trump has the offshore drilling, that represents a new front in the climate change war. larry joins us. offshore drilling is not new to california. talk about the state's history, long history with this. >> dubious history, we could say. the offshore drilling thing in california has been big, at least was. as a matter of fact, california was the first state with offshore oil drilling beginning, get this, in 1896 off the coast of santa barbara. in the 1960s, they spanned from ventura county north and up the central coast. >> it's become more and more controversial, why? >> the big thing happened, an offshore drilling platform, just six miles off the santa barbara
coast spilled more than 3 million gallons of oil. that spill ruined more than 30 miles of coastline and killed thousands, thousands of sea birds and marine animals. it took years for the coast to recover. only the deep water horizon and exxon valdez spills have been worse. >> the one in santa barbara spurred regulation and changes in the state. talk to us about how it ultimately affected offshore drilling. >> you hit the nail on the head. the public was outraged from the santa barbara spills and prompted the governments to pass strict environmental rules to respect the coastlines everywhere. in california, all offshore isle ceased in 1984. now, president trump has a different idea. he wants to ease the rule that
is prevented offshore oil drilling. new technology will prevent disasters. we want more oil to be more independent. the deep water horizon spill in the gulf of mexico has beened seven years ago. >> this is not sitting well with california lawmakers. >> no. >> how are they reacting? >> not well. governor brown and the powerful three-member state lands commission that oversees oil drilling are vowing to resist. they say the move would add oil, add to oil consumption and, at the same time the state is trying to get away from it. remember one thing here, it's simple. more oil consumption creates more greenhouse pollution and creates environmental problems. >> what can california do?
can they do anything to stop the president? >> that's the big question. it goes without saying the pacific coast is off the state of california and also off the coast of the united states. what we don't know is which government has control of the coast. therefore, it's oil. so, in all likelihood, get ready, at the send of the day, the u.s. supreme court will probably determine which government has control of the coast and, of course, its resources. until then, scratch your head. we can expect an ugly, steady conflict. it is going to be nasty. a lot at stake. >> another issue our courts will decide. thank you for your insight this morning. stay with us, still ahead on "today" in bay, live from new york, "saturday night live" is back. we'll give you aheads up on next week's host and musical guest. we are tracking winds in the forecast.
56 degrees in san jose as you make your way outside. palo alto, 51, san francisco, 56. we will be climbing into those 60s and 70s along the coastline. it's great temperature right now to head outside and do fun, outdoor activities. a quick look at the 24-hour temperature change. seven degrees cooler in liver moore than yesterday. a ridge is moving in and tushing forth with a trough. san francisco at 56 degrees. if you notice, we have a chance of seeing a slight increase in cloud cover, at least through the mid-morning at 11:00 a.m. 65 degrees. we will climb into those upper 60s, possibly hitting the 70 degree mark in mission. for the most part, we stay in those 60s for several days, which is great. san jose, 66 degrees right now. we quickly climb at 11:00 a.m.
into the 70 degree mark. san jose expected to climb into the 80s. let's look at the microclimate highs. san jose, 78. palo alto, 79. oakland, 77, concord 83 and antioch, 82. they are about three degrees cooler than yesterday. yesterday, they were on the warmer side. napa, 84 degrees and half-moon bay, 69. if you are going to be along the coastline or high elevation area, we are tracking strong, gusty winds. that's because we have a building ridge sitting over the pacific interactioning with the trough that brought cooler temperatures. the two are kicking up those winds chrks is why there was a red flag warning. it is expected to stick around through tomorrow evening, in through the highlighted areas because of the increase in wind speed coming from the northeast with gusts ranging possibly up to 30 miles per hour. also, pair that up with relative
low humidity and we have the chance of seeing high, elevated fire risk. avoid lighting barbecues on any hillside area. let's talk about the winds. a quick look at what to expect. 11:00 a.m., breezes in san francisco, 15 miles per hour. fast forward through the morning, we see an increase along the coastline, but also for the south bay as well and east bay areas. 24 miles per hour in san jose, 29 miles per hour in napa. that's where that elevated fire risk will kick in. we are going to have to look out for that. we are expecting to see a lot of winds, not just for tomorrow, but through the evening hours and into the early morning hours. overnight, that is going to be something we need to keep an eye on. tuesday and wednesday, we stay in the same weather pattern, 70s. as we head into thursday, 69 degrees and then in the later part of the week, yes, there is a chance of seeing a warming trend again on saturday.
for now, we are enjoying fall-like temperatures. the first day of october. >> i can't believe it's already october. >> i know. >> thank you. did you catch it last night, the debut of the 43rd season of "saturday night live"? last season was a standout with record ratings, four emmy awards and attention for the attention during the elections. next week, it's wonder woman herself. sam smith will be the musical guest. >> thank you so much for making us a part of your morning. no 5:00 or 6:00 p.m. news tonight. it is sunday night football in america. xfinity sports sunday airs at 8:30 followed by nbc bay area news. see you at 9:00. we'll be on at 11:00 as well.
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let's plan for income that lasts all our years in retirement. prudential. bring your challenges. this sunday, disaster and response. the mayor of san juan, puerto rico, lashes out at the trump administration over recovery efforts. >> we are dieing and you are killing us with the inefficiency. >> president trump hits back. >> the loss of life, it's always tragic, but it's been an incredible -- the results that we've had with respect to loss of life. >> and tweets, they want everything to be done for them. we'll have a report from puerto rico this morning. plus promises, promises. the republicans say their tax plan gives everyone a tax cut, won't favor the wealthy, and won't increase the deficit. >> tax reform will protect low income and middle income households.