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onslaught of activity on an onslaught of activity with nafta, tax cuts, as president trump races to 100 days. >> we are seeking 100 senators. overnight, an internal review of the controversy. john f kennedy's collection sells for over 100 grand. >> an impersonator of you know who? >> flood see you this morning. >> developing overnight,
president trump said the united states would explicitly not be pulling out of the north american free trade agreement. just hours he was saying he was seeking an executive order to do just that. he will not return to nafta at this time. to enable the nafta deal for all three companies. it surged on the overnight developments. the news comes so what does it do? it changes it to 10% and 20% and 35% and deduction for individuals and married individuals. >> that would make filing taxes easier. >> but it would also slash it
down to 15% the overall goals are to stimulate the economy. >> when we have an agreement we will be back with firm details. z of detai details. >> this morning the "new york times" calls it laughable and another plan would proceed a hole in the deficit. it can overhaul up to $6 billion. capitol hill was in a frenzy. republican house lawmakers got behind the administration's latest plan to repeal and replace obamacare. with a conservative freedom caucus now backing the revised health care plan. it was instrumental in blocking the president's attempt to deal away with obamacare.
conservatives are rallying behind an amy that would allow states to opt out of principle services like maternity care. it likes to charge people with pre-existing conditions. once more with the goal of lowering premiums. some republicans risk ailents nateing moderates. all right. top republicans are busy getting their ducks in a row. all 100 senators made a trek to the white house, boarding buses for a briefing on a threat posed by north korea with a top admiral saying it's within distance of north koreas arsenal. >> kim jong-un is clearly if a position to threaten hawaii today in my opinion. >> it's such a ware appearance to see them going to the white house. what are we learning about what exactly they learned there?
>> francis, ki tell you, it's an unusual step to have him in this briefing at the white house. the president and vice president were both in thiss1.5÷ meeting that alone shows the importance of the increasing escalation of tension with north korea. a senior administration official saying the company poses a quote grave threat. senator inc. us king who is on the senate intelligence committee was in that briefing. he says he learned that 90% of north korea's trade is with china. the administration wants to pressure china to show it is not in their best interest with long range missiles trying to get the chinese to get the north koreans to sort of back down. he also says that senator king also says the administration wants to unveil plans to have economic and military pressure in order to pressure north korean leaders to back off.
>> china is certainly being a higher controversy. thank you. just released, after midnight, a true review of that passenger incident earlier this month. dr. david dao was removed after passengers didn't volunteer to give up their seats. united is proposing changes, aimed and saying that this will never happen again. united will offer up to $10,000 to customers who volunteer to take a different flight. unite willed no longer involuntarily remove a passenger from a flight unless safety or security is at risk. you can find more online at nbcnews.com. conservative fire brand says he will not be speaking at the university of berkeley. he insisted heé%l r would make a despite university concerns that
violence could break out. >> reporter: it seems like this violence at a trump rally and the university forced to sacrifice its reputation for safety, according to officials. coulter insisted she would go regardless. it's sickening she said on twitter when a radical prominent university so easily snuffed out the american's right to free speech. they have clashed in the city several times in recent months. in february. berkeley crashed mil milo yanopoulous. they said this is a university, not a battlefield t. civil
rights advocate scenario raises real concern. >> it's very important that the government not buckle down and not allow people to silent speakers' point of view. >> reporter: they made them come to her defense, including senator bernie sanders who called the move intellectual weakness, growing questions about the first amendment roots. nbc news, los angeles. >> we want to show you a dramatic police rescue. >> that officer is being credit ed for saving a woman's 9mlife. he chased the man up to the 6th floor and out to the balcony and then this. >> hey, hey, hey.
a man pulled him off the railing. neither was hurt. it's traumatic to see all that. >> all right. wicked weather is causing major road out. heavy ra enis causing it to collapse, leaving a gaping hole behind, unbelievable. cell phone video gave way after heavy rain surrounded homes and businesses they have more for friday, though. >> yes, yesterday, we caught a break. we had a moderate risk. no tornado reports. we did have a lot of damage reports. they will roll through the southeast today. tomorrow on friday, we have a large area of enhanced risk.
late day, large hail storms. even very large hail storms formed in oklahoma and arkansas. a lot of these will be after the sun sets. that's a look at the big weather story today and tomorrow. now, here's a closer look at your day ahead. nine minutes after 4:00 and 61 degrees. look at this, clouds overhead, we will see them break for sunshine, a warm one here. '80s this afternoon. we have your neighborhood forecast coming up at 4:30. right now, we are following breaking news on nbc 10 news today. >> the suspect police say is barricaded in a house and neighbors are evacuating. also, a jury reaches a decision about what will happen with the man accused of shooting and killing a pennsylvania trooper. >> draft day is finally here. we are out ahead of the draft in philadelphia.
>> welcome back. trending this morning, tons of questions. this time president trump's 100 days will take place saturday. users searched for trump 140% more than they did for president obama in his first 100 days in office. some of the top questions about the 46th president, how many executive orders has he signed. what countries did he ban, how many days has he been in office and why did trump bomb syria and what has he done so far as president. they include immigration, h 4 vis sarks syria and dhaka. wow.
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>> police believe a suspect killed a trooper barricaded himself in a house. right now the swat team has the home surrounded, they have been following breaking news for about 16 hours. it is an active vision i situation this morning. >> here's what we know right now. this all started in a barricade in bear, delaware, just after noon yesterday at the rush hour. a trooper was shot after approaching two people inside the car. >> we learned that steven ballard died shortly after the shooting. now, here's a live look at the barricade situation in the brick
mill farms neighborhood. there is a heavy police presence there as a suspect is holed up, officers from all over the state is there. no neighbors have been allowed in or out of the area for some time now. we are told some are hiding in their basement. meantime, hundreds of officers paid those debts to corporeal ballard. they offer a line to the road there. they lined a casket. >> corporeal ballard was 32-years-old t. eight-year veteran is assigned to troop two. he was on duty and walked up to a suspicious car with two people inside. a witness told us there was a struggle and she we heard them say stop. >> i we heard a cop the guy stepped two steps forward and pop pop two more times. >> that witness performed cpr on
the trooper. he died at the hospital. police arrested one suspect at the shooting scene. the other ran off and as we told you is now barricaded in that home. we will bring you updates every 15 minutes on our nbc 10 app. in other news, a jury sent eric freed to death. >> the bell atop the courthouse last night. the three had been sentenced to die by eitheral injection. the jury is the same jury that convicted corporeal dixon and alex douglas. >> corporeal dixon will always remain in the heart of all members of the pennsylvania state police