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scare on the trail. california trip canceled, first complaining of being overheated, hillary clinton was unsteady and clearly needed support to enter her van. later, her campaign disclosed she's being treated for >> are you feeling better? >> yes, thank you very much. thank you everybody. >> but donald trump has been curiously quiet on the issue. plus, new polls this morning. after a weekend of war fare, a cease-fire at sun down hangs in the balance, but will all sides respect it. >> back at home, more national anthem protests on the gridiron in week one of the nfl. >> plus, meet the newly crowned miss america. >> an upset at the u.s. open,
ruled the box office. early today starts now. >> happy monday to you i'm frances rivera. >> if the campaign cycle didn't have enough twists and turns, we had another one now with hillary clinton's health scare. >> that's going to change her schedule, but the nation spend its weekend remembering the horrific events from some 15 years ago that took 3,000 lives. it was the long race for the white house that ct after both candidates made their own planned visits to mark the occasion. and we have news this morning that hillary clinton has canceled a series of high profile events due to health concerns, after a day that may have dramatically shifted the tenor of the presidential race after clinton abruptly fell ill and left the world trade center during the 9/11 memorial service. her campaign service said she felt, quote, overheated.
according to her consider, she has, quote, been experiencing a cough related to allergies. on friday, she was diagnosed pneumonia, put on antibotics, told to rest and modify her schedule. and look at this video. shows clinton unsteady, clearly requiring support before trying to get in her van. clinton was driven to the manhattan apartment to recuperate, however the press wasn't notifies of her condition or her whereabouts for over an reporters and onlookers before heading to her chappaqua home. >> how are you feeling, secretary clinton? are you feeling better? >> yes, thank you. very much. >> for more we're joined by tracie potts and what more can you tell us about clinton's illness, especially with trump targeting her health in the past.
felt faint one day or overheated one day, it wouldn't have been a big deal if some things hadn't happened before. you saw and heard the coughing last week. in 2012 she had a stomach virus that turned into dehydration and took a spill, had a concussion, they discovered a blood clot. she had double vision and had to wear special glasses for a while. trump says she doesn't have the physicalmi they have disclaimed that or said that's not the case in the clinton campaign, but here's the thing, he's 70. she's 69. neither have released -- she will be 69 next month, and neither has released their full medical records. they both have doctor letters but not full medical letters for both of these candidates. things like these seem to raise questions and concerns.
tough questions on her health, donald trump is expected to sit down and talk to dr. oz about his own health and his regimen. meanwhile, as the media whipped into a frenzy over clinton's health care, trump made his way to rescue one, the hardest hit fire house during the 9/11 attacks, greeting firefighters and commemorating the anniversary alongside rudy giuliani. and attended the same world trade center tour that clinton was on hand for earlier. trump's visit to the fire house came after his running mate mike grilled clinton following these controversy remarks. >> you could put half of trump supporters into what i call the "basket of deplorables." the racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, islamophobic, you name it. and unfortunately, there are people like that. and he has lifted them up. >> and the clinton campaign
while democrats say there wasn't anything to make a stink about. they say it equals mitt romney's 47% mark and it all comes as new ad comes as a new poll shows clinton holding a fife-point lead over trump among likely voters nationally. 46% to 41% and that's in keeping with the same poll from last month. today on the trail, trump delivers remarks to the national guard association in maryland and a while tim kaine holds a campaign event in ohio. clinton will remain off the stump. as sunset falls over syria in a matter of hours, a nationwide cease-fire is set to begin. it will allow hue mare tan yir aid to reach aleppo and other besieged parts of the country. a violent surge after john kerry and his russian counterpart
syria's government forces and the country's u.s. backed opposition left at least 90 people dead and over 100 wounded. matt bradley is following the deal out of london. what more can you tell us or what likeliness this is going to stick or not? >> reporter: ominous signals out of syria after bombings and hours ahead of the scheduled cease-fire that's scheduled to begin at sundown. this is supposed to landmark deal, but bashar al assad seemed to send a somewhat triumphant message to his opponents when he attended holiday prayers outside of damascus, just a few weeks ago, he had forced his neighborhood to surrender to his forces following a year-long siege. he then released a statement this morning kurg to routers saying the syrian state was determined to take back all the land from the, quote,
doubts since russia and the u.s. signed it late friday night and now the deal looks impossibly uncertain. the guns are supposed to fall silent at sundown, but the syrian government has pounded rebel-held areas killing nearly 100 people and wounded over 100 more. this sort of thing has happened before where these various sides try to jockey for position before a cease-fire, but this doesn't look good for the viability of this accord. >> live for us in london. police are searching for a suspect or suspects in a shooting that's left one dead and five others injured. our affiliate is reporting gunfire erupted late sunday evening in birmingham's gate city community. as many as 60 shots were fired, potentially from multiple guns. at least six rescue units were called to the scene. all victims were likely innocent bystanders, likely attending a community peace rally which had
none of the five surviving victims is in credical condition. >> an officer-involved shooting took place at the same intersection just three days earlier. 80 search lights shown into the heavens after the commemoration of one of the most deadly days comes to an end. and barack obama and george bush had a special message on this day of remembrance. >> as we saw in the days and weeks that followed and what has become even clearer in the years since is that the legacy of terror or fear but of resilience and hope. >> we remember a day 15 years ago when we were wounded but not weakened. we remember a lesson of 9/11 that evil is real and so is courage. >> their remarks came just before americans sat down to enjoy the first sunday of football. former president bush was on hand for the dallas cowboys coin toss as the crowd erupted
president obama preached unity and urged all americans to accept the diverse nation we are. >> but are we really safer than we were 15 years ago? that question was posed to jeh johnson. >> we're safer when it comes to another 9/11 style attack but we're challenged with the prospect of the lone wolf actor, the home-grown violent extremist. and that requires a new whole public participation and individual lnls as well, by the way. >> safer in some ways but others, so vulnerable. >> with all the changing dynamics in the world. >> just ahead, a college football player is serious legal trouble after a shot he gave to a referee. we'll show you the shocking video just ahead. >> first, there are severe thunderstorms that are ahead for people in nebraska and iowa today. >> that's right. good morning. when we get these cold air coming down from canada, just
colliding with the warm air. that's where we get severe storms. about 2 million people at risk including des moines to grand island and omaha, especially right in the middle of it. damaging wind is the most likely culprit. not at too much 104 in yuma. beautiful in los angeles and san diego. we take you now to atlantic city, new jersey. 52 lovely ladies and just one coveted crown. >> and the new ms. america is. >> this is just cruel. tell them, already. >> miss arkansas. >> congratulations.
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what were you thinking? >> it's pretty bad. >> leading the news this morning, police are investigating the cause before a gruesome school bus crash at denver international airport. just moments after the bus driver picked up members of a high school football team, he crashed into a concrete pillar, killing the driver and injured 18 passengers. 15 students were transported, most with non-life threatening injuries. three coaches suffered more serious injuries. police have not identified the female driver, but they say her route is, quote, curious, since circled back into the airport. >> on 9/11 of all days, a raised fist and more kneeling as some of the country's most renowned football players continue to protest during the national anthem. now, supermodel kate upton is adding her voice to the controversy, calling it a disgrace in a series of tweets overnight. she's engaged to professional baseball player justin verlander. while the silent protest was sparked by colin kaepernick,
anthem with interlocked arms, and cardinals players, for example, stood together as one with marcus peters holding up his fist in protest. roger goodell commented in an interview with matt lauer. >> when our players speak out and feel strongly and passionately about something, it's a good thing for us. >> time to fast forward. president obama is set to meet with congressional leaders at the white house. he's trying to beat deadlocks >> the winner of july's $487 million powerball jackpot is expected to come forward today to claim that prize. >> looking for the financial adviser and lawyer to line up first. >> who will win the american ninja warrior title? the season finale is tonight on nbc. life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine.
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>> four hours? >> brutal. >> a million for each hour. >> just a little bit more than you make, right? >> just a little bit. >> china and russia launched their war games in the south china sea. the eight day exercises are a sign of growing cooperation between the armed forces. it will focus on defense and rescue missions. anti-submarine exercises and seizing and controlling of islands. russia is the only major country to speak out on china's behalf with the demand that other countries stay out of t diplomatic ties off in opposition to the west. >> an unfinished power plapt in alabama is going up for auction as the largest federal utility here in the united states. the plant along with 1600 surrounding acres of property on the tennessee river will start at a minimum bid of $36.4 million. that's a fraction, a fraction of its $5 billion value, folks. at least one company has
put to use in its 40-year life span. >> you were just to hawaii. the world's most active volcano has been put on display. this is the kilauea volcano. it's been reaching exponentially high levels, leading to lava spattering on top of its surface. it's the first time the lava lake has been visible since 2015. it's contributed to a burst of activity lead to the lava bursting from it. >> we didn't see any lava. >> check it out, race day at the track for an unusual set of animals. the ostrich and camel races took place this weekend in virginia city, nevada. thousands of spectators came out to see 30 jockey teams compete for this year's top prize. that's actually pretty remarkable. never seen that in person. >> i'm frances rivera.
happy monday to you as we take a live look right now. it is september 12. we're happy to be with you. the wagners are off. we're filling in for the whole hour. >> krystal: we're going to check in with our fellow girl anchor on the set with a look at what is going on with weather. >> kelly: temperatures on the downward trend this week. we're going to be dealing with gusty winds. in fact a red an increased fire danger around the area. let's take a look at what you can expect heading out the door today. temperatures still in the 90's. lot of sunshine to get things started. the winds not so strong just yet. they are going to be increasing in the afternoon. 92 by noon. mostly sunny skies. gusts to 35 miles per hour. we're going to talk more about the winds coming up in a few minutes.