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>> it was pretty nuts. i want to get out of here. just don't get caught in the madness. >> hermine continues to clurn with up to 70-mile-per-hour winds and dangerous rip currents on this labor day. right now, details of a meeting held moments ago between president obama and russia's vladimir putin over syria, ukraine and more. we'll hear from the parents of the 20-year-old killed by an alligator at a disney resort. plus, a whole lot of action in sports to catch up on then labor day monday. "early today" starts right now. good to be with you. i'm francis rivera. hermine is still battering the east coast this morning with up
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to 70-mile-per-hour winds and dangerous rip currents. the post tropical cyclone is churning in the atlantic and forecasters say it is picking up strength. it is not likely to make landfall again but strong storm surges and dangerous currents remain a threat from virginia to massachusetts. it's even prompted new york city to shut down beaches today. crew cruise liners are taking extra precaution bringing ships back to port early. it is responsible for two deaths, damage and causing hundreds of thousands to lose power over the life of the storm. now to the race for the white house. it is tightening with just 21 days till the first presidential debate. donald trump copies to lose members of his own party. >> you i would not vote for hillary clinton, and as of now, i would still not vote for donald trump. i just know that i had like to vote for donald trump. it's not comfortable to not support your nominee, but given the positions he's taken and the tone and tenor of his campaign, i can't.
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trump responded to arizona senator jeff lake's nonendorsement in several tweets calling him weak and ineffective. while trump's opponents from hillary clinton to evan mcmullen responded by pointing to trump's temperament as trump continued his attempt to win minority votes with his first visit to a black church in detroit this weekend. with mike pence adamantly saying the campaign's immigration policy has remained the same despite widespread criticism. >> it begins with building a wall, border security. it begins with enforcing the loss of the country. he's been consistentthon point. >> no, he's not. he had deportation. >> at the center of the national debate. >> he's not been consistent on this issue of what to do with the 11 million to 15 million. >> but there are people in different circumstances in that category, people who are criminal aliens in this country. i think everyone in this country understands. >> pence promised to release his
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own taxes in the coming days and said the country should expect trump's. he then compared hillary clinton's e-mail controversy to one major republican. >> just more evidence that hillary clinton is the most dishonest candidate for president of the united states since richard nixon. >> the clinton camp fired back with vp pick tim kaine claiming trump encouraged russia's hack of the dnc and comparing the scandal to watergate. this morning, clinton returns to the campaign trail for one of her first events in a week. tracie potts has the detail from washington. good morning. we're seeing the campaign and both sides shifting high gears now. >> reporter: but donald trump's taking the day off. but today you'll see a lot of activity from the democrats. they are out in force especially in battleground states in pennsylvania, illinois, michigan, ohio's going to be a big one today. hillary clinton, as you noted out for the first time in over a
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week, and bernie sanders campaigning solo for hillary clinton for the first tile. he's going to be in new hampshire, which is obviously familiar territory for him. an area where he campaigned very strong and now going out with two different events. he'll be joined by tim kaine later today in new hampshire. meantime, you've got bill clinton, vice president biden, tim kaine, and hillary clinton hitting some of those other battleground states today. >> a lot of crisscrossing. tracie potts who is following. thank you. and coming up on wednesday, nbc news along with iraq and afghanistan veterans of america will host hillary clinton and donald trump for a live televised primetime forum. it will focus exclusively on issues that the next president will have to confront. that's wednesday at p.m. eastern on nbc and also on msnbc. now to china where president obama's attending his final g-208 summit. we get news he met with vladimir putin just this morning.
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the discussion came as tensions between the united states and russia reached new heights as president obama prepares for a press conference set to take place in a couple hours. joining us from china is ron allen. anything you can tell us about the president's meeting with putin given their frosty past? >> reporter: that's putting it mildly. we understand they had a meeting on the sidelines of this summit, not a formal one-on-one meeting but they talked. that's important and it lasted about 90 minutes or so. a lot of it was about syria. there have been frantic efforts to try and broker a cease tire to get nid that besieged country and to perhaps even go further and begin talks about a political solution. it's unclear exactly what, if anything, the two leaders agreed to. one thing we know, there are going to be more talks between the secretary of state and foreign minister of russia in the days to come.
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so no final announcement. there was a period here where we thought there would be some kind of deal but it apparently didn't come together. president obama has said he's very skeptical about reaching an agreement. from the air, militarily and the president is very concerned about trying to get humanitarian assistance to people who are still there in syria. so it's significant that they talked. it's significant they made progress. this may be the last time putin and president obama meet face to face. that's also significant. this may it be president obama's last turn on the world stage in face to face meetings on the world stage. he's hoping to get a lot done in a short amount of time. >> ron allen there in china. thank you. today, he would have turned 3 years old. but we celebrate his first birthday in heaven with the community that surrounded us with love and support.
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>> anyone that knows me knows i don't like to speak. but my baby i owe it to him to honor him. so his mommy needed to say happy birthday leaney. you're in our hearts today and every second of every other day. >> just incredibly heart breaking words as the parents of this young boy speak publicly for the first time since his tragic death. he was just 2 years old when he was attacked and killed by an alligator at walt disney resort in june. since the accident, his parents started a foundation in his honor. family, friends and strangers gathered to celebrate what would have been lane's 33 birthday and they were asked to dress in blue. lane's father reflected out the family is handling the heart breaking. >> melissa and i often speak how lucky we were to have sfwoent years, nine months and 11 days as a complete family. my wife would tell you those were the happiest days of her
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life. i couldn't agree more. but i'm also confident about that our faith has lifted us up as we fight pre day to find peace. lane and ella used to say to their mommy and daddy that they loved them up to the sky and down to the grass. so i've taken the liberty as i close by saying lane, ella, we love you up to heaven and down to the grass. happy birthday, buddy. we miss you. >> and with those words this happened, standing in the shape of a heart, 5,000 balloons were released into the sky in memory of that little boy. strength of that family. just ahead, the latest on the escape of a murder suspect from a police interrogation room. but first, bill karins has your labor day forecast. how we looking today? >> hermine for the most part is a glancing blow for a lot of areas on the coast. if you're in nantucket or martha's vineyard, the heavy
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rain is not that far away. it's going to weaken throughout this evening and head away tuesday into wednesday. still tropical storm warnings from long island up to cape cod. the strongest winds remain just to the south of those regions. throughout the day, peak winds around 32 to 38 miles per hour. not enough for a lot of power out ands. great news. that's a look at your big story. here's a closer look at the day ahead. we're continuing to watch that heat had. that's the story towards the end of this week. the heat building from the middle of the country all the way to the east coast. temperatures and air-conditioners on high on this labor day holiday. pretty nice though outside for your picnic plans. do you like ranch dressing or bleu cheese? professional eaters faced off in the national chicken wing festival in buffalo, new york. defending champion joey chestnut won for a third straight year eating 188 wings in just 12 minutes. that's down from the 205 he ate
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angel soft. take a look at this scene out of london. it represents the 1966 fire that set the city in flames. surprisingly less than then people to died but many homes where is destroyed. londoners gathered around the river thames to commemorate the event from 350 years ago. police are still on the hunt for a murder suspect who vanished in a room on friday. alonzo perez is suspected of shooting a man outside of mcdonald's for reportedly not holding a door for a woman. he escaped. investigators allowed him time to snap offhand cuffs and get a getaway car. there is no sign of the 25-year-old. people should be on the lookout for perez who is considered
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dangerous. one dental patient learns mixing guns and nitrous is no laughing matter. he was placed under nitrous oxide after he went to the dentist. at the grabbed his phone when thought he heard it ring only to accidentally grab his gun. the gun discharged sending a bullet through his hand. it was on this day in 1997 when mother teresa died. the pope canonized her at the vatican today. we're joined from vatican city. i'm sure a lot of celebratory mood and feeling there after this. >> reporter: francis, the celebration for mother teresa's canonization started 24 hours ago and still they're going on. you can hear behind me there is a thanksgiving mass being held by the vatican secretary of state in the honor of the
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canonization for mother teresa. now, this is the first time today that st. teresa's new day is being celebrated that will be celebrated from now on on every fifth of september. now there's not too many people. st. peter's square today. but yesterday, it was packed with 120,000 people from all over the world including of course, francis, the u.s. >> claudio, thank you. colin kaepernick whose silent protest is spreading past the gridiron. megan rap i know knelt during the anthem before her club's match last night as a nod to kaepernick. the olympian $5ed beeg a gay american, i know what it means to look at the flag and not have it protect all of your liberties. late last night, it was texas hosting tenth ranked notre dame. let's go now to the action to
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the fourth and he breaks the tackle on his way to the end zone giving texas the lead. trent dominick blocks the extra point and sean crawford scoops it up and sprints 93 yards for this. unofrthdox two-point conversion tying it up. i'm talking and he's still running. . the game would head to double overtime when tyronn swoopes takes the snap, crosses the goal line for the win. what an upset. what a start to the season. now to the mass car truck series. heading to the finish line, drivers john nem chuck get into it as nem chuck was asking for the checkered flag. he just runs and pounces on him. after the two were separated, nem malchuck was declared the winner of the race. and a scary moment in seattle. matt shoe make ter took 105-mile-per-hour line drive. did you see that right off his
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ahead. he was able to walk off the field but needed a towel to stem the bleeding. the team says he suffered a small skull fracture and hematoma and he'll have to stay overnight in the hospital. fast forwarding today, british lawmakers will debate a petition calling for a rerun of june's brexit referendum in wiluk voters decided to leave the eu. the petition which has more than 4 million signatures argues neither side won more than 60% of the vote. and schools in spartanburg, south carolina will have extra security patrols in place when students return tomorrow due to an online threat against students. officials say that the threats made on facebook specifically targeted jews and muslims. you're watching "early today." you're watching "early today." we brought our freshly made bed to the streets to find out how much people love clean sheets. take one of those pillows and take a big smell. they smell really fresh. oooh, this is hot! what if we told you we washed these sheets 7 days ago. really? no way are you serious? oh! no way!
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horror flick "don't breathe" topped the box office earning over $15 million. nbc comic "suicide squad" came in second with $10 million. pete's dragon" finished in third place. most americans are trying to squeeze out the last bits of summer on this labor day. we're here with what might make selfie sticks a thing of the past. we're not going to do this anymore and now we're talking drones to do the work? >> reporter: an partial so. the drone industry now go trying to get into the selfie phase. one of these new models is adobe
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fits in your pocket, as well. but at the same time, it's going to be costing you around 400 u.s. dollars a pop. another story we're watching is a question about controversy really and how it's working for colin kaepernick. even his refusal to sing the national anthem has not cut back on sales of his jersey. it's retailing once again for $99.99. u.s. retailers more and more moving to a cashless check out system. with no federal law saying they have to accept cash, their argument being it's more efficient and that also it is actually fights crime. it seems as if this trend is going to continue. >> interesting. cashless society. thank you so much for the update. drake's new video solves a long time mystery. we'll bring that to you next. we'll bring that to you next. you love summer but it's tough on your feet leaving them feeling rough. discover amopé
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right now on "nbc 10 news today," moving north. we continue to track hermine as the storm creeps closer to england. >> the beaches are back open for labor day but flooding and dangerous rip currents are still a threat. and move over beyonce. bill clinton made an appearance at made in america, taking selfies and stumping for his wife. nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning, this is noi. i'm rosemary connors. >> i'm vai sikahema. we hope you're enjoying a long weekend. hermine is still impacting our weather. there's still a flothreat of flooding. there is still a danger of rip currents at the shore. let's go to meteorologist bill
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henley. >> hermine is still a threat, own 350 miles off the east coast. it's barely creeping along at 3 miles an hour, moving to the north. it's maintaining strength at 70 mile-an-hour winds. the rain is far offshore and will likely stay offshore. dry even at the shore for most of the day. nothing more than a slight chance of a shower later on. the threat you mentioned, there's still a threat of flooding around high tide, around 11:00 this morning and the threat of some beach erosion that will likely continue. the weather won't be all bad, even at the shore. delaware, 61 degrees right now, the lehigh valley, 56 degrees. 60s for philadelphia and right at 60 degrees in the suburbs. nice warmup during the day today. we will see sunshine. it will be breezy, even inland for philadelphia, 83 degrees. lots of sunshine for the suburbs rhvalley and at the shore, those gusty winds, partly sunny skies, a few scattered clouds later in the afternoon and just a slight chance of shower, 84 degrees this afternoon. a closer look at these forecasts
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hour by hour when i'm back in just a few minutes. first, jessica boyington has your labor day traffic. jessie? >> not much going on right now, bill, especially on an early monday morning and labor day as well. we're not dealing with the construction over on the vine street expressway. our cameras around 24th street showing that right here. no problems or delays in either direction. westbound traffic right here headed towards the schuylkill or eastbound towards 95. you'll have no problems doing so. also watching the schuylkill expressway. no big backups or delays to report. still quiet and a good trip eastbound. speeds into the 50s there as well. also watching route 73 around the atlantic city expressway, no problems or delays here if you're headed down the shore or maybe back home earlier this morning, no big problems or delays as well. you can see with no backups, we'll have updates for you. as you just heard from bill, the threat from hermine is not quite


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