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her health. hillary clinton cancels a trip to california after abruptly leaving a 9/11 ceremony at ground zero and nearly collapsing. why didn't her campaign disclose her diagnosis with pneumonia just two days earlier? how serious is it around wt impact will this all have on the race? breaking overnight. fire destroys the mosque once attended by the shooter at the pulse nightclub in orlando. officials say this morning it was arson. was someone trying to send a message on the 15th anniversary of 9/11? jonbenet's brother speaks out. >> seeing that as a little kind. just kind of chaotic nightmare. >> more from dr. phil's interview with burke ramsey. why he is just speaking publicly
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after his sister's murder and what he thinks about why her killer has never been found. dr. phil joins us live. and the firestorm grows. more nfl players join colin kaepernick's controversial national anthem protest by kneeling, joining arms, or raising fists. this morning, what the nfl's commissioner thinks about all of this in our exclusive interview, "today," monday, september 12th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everybody. welcome to "today." it is a monday morning. we've got willie in for matt this morning. >> yesterday on that 15th anniversary of september 11th, the focus suddenly became on hillary clinton and her health when that startling piece of video came out. >> everybody is talking about it. let's talk about the state of the race today. the election just 57 days away. as we mentioned, hillary clinton's health scare at that
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to take a break from the campaign trail. her running mate, tim kaine, heads to ohio today. >> as for donald trump, he'll be in maryland meeting with national guard leaders, his first trip to that state since winning the republican nomination. he also has a rally planned later in north carolina. and our latest polling shows the candidates in a dead heat in four more battleground states. in arizona, trump has a one-point lead among likely voters. 42-41. and a three-point advantage in georgia, 46. point, 45-44 in nevada. check out new hampshire -- 42-41, a very close race there. we've got all of this covered. let's start with this health scare for hillary clinton. nbc's andrea mitchell on the story this morning. andrea, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. hillary clinton has canceled that california trip scheduled for today and tomorrow after her doctor ordered her to rest. even as questions are being raised about why she kept her
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hillary clinton recovering at home this morning after sunday's health scare. clinton's doctor announcing eight hours after the democratic nominee left the 9/11 ceremony that clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia on friday. news withheld from reporters at the time. after a prolonged cough evident last week? cleveland. >> every time i think about trump, i get alrealergic. >> reporter: into her van after nearly collapses. her feet seen her dragging along the ground. reporters covering clinton were left hanging. no details from her campaign about where she was going or what had happened until a short statement later announcing clinton felt overheated during the event and had traveled to her daughter chelsea's apartment a few miles away. clinton later emerging without assistance saying she was on the mend. >> are you feeling better? >> yes. thank you very much. >> reporter: greeting a young
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heading home. clinton's doctor says she was put on antibiotics and advised to rest and modify her schedule. before attending sunday's 9/11 remembrance where her doctors say she became overheated and dehydrated. 15 months ago a two-page medical report detailing her most serious health issue. her doctor writing that in december of 2012, mrs. clinton suffered a stomach virus after traveling, became dehydrated, fainted and sustained a concussion. she was hospitalized, doctors later finding a blood clot medication which she still takes. and a month later she had to wear special glasses when first testifying about benghazi. in 1998, clinton also had a clot, a deep vein thrombosis, in her leg prompting this question. >> you've had at least two clots. how does that factor into a decision about whether to run for president and all the flying that that entails? >> doesn't factor in at all. >> reporter: there's never a good time for a candidate to get sick in the middle of a
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this has likely made it a lot worse. especially since donald trump has been trying to make such a big issue out of her health. savannah and willie? >> andrea mitchell, thank you. dr. natalie aczar is an nbc news medical contributor. dr. aczar, good to see you this morning. because you are a good and professional doctor you won't diagnosis somebody by watching them on tv. but i will ask is based on the fact that we now know secretary clinton has pneumonia, what are your concerns now as you look at that video? >> basically, willie, when someone is sick with few pneumonia which is a can get dehydrated. two, they are weakened so they are more susceptible to feeling the effects of like standing for an hour and an hour and having a rigorous schedule. from what we know the information objective live that we received is that she was diagnosed with due pneumonia on friday on the heels of a very prolonged cough as we all have heard about and she started antibiotics. we don't know what kind of pneumonia she had. not all pneumonia is created
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cause pneumonia. we can presume it was a bacterial pneumonia. she was given antibiotics. certain coughing fits and spasms and low-grade fever can also result in lingering fatigue and tiredness and muscle weakness and that kind of thing. >> is there anything about her age that makes a pneumonia diagnosis more problematic or concerning? >> so typically as we say with many infectious diseases, the very compromised -- i would not put hillary clinton in that category, no. think everyone involved in this case would anticipate a complete recovery if she takes care of herself. again, we do advise, as well as antibiotics, we prescribe rest. that means resting, taking care of yourself and sleeping. >> the press was kept at bay for about 90 minutes afterth this incident happened at the 9/11 ceremony. the campaign says she went
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are you surprised she didn't go to the hospital based on what she had? >> i think it is a fair question. i think that had there been a documented fainting episode where she actually lost consciousness, that's usually an indication to be evaluated by a medical professional immediately. if she was just feeling unwell and light headed and dizzy but didn't lose consciousness and sort of regained her footing, i don't think it was inappropriate that she went immediately just to rest and everything like that. as we know she was evaluated by her doctor a couple of hours another question this morning is how this will play will voters and the political fallout. we turn to nicolle wallace and mark halperin. seems to me there are two issues here, mark. the health issue, then there is the political issue. i mean do you think that this is something voters see that piece of video, there obviously has been somewhat of a whisper campaign out there in some circles about is she healthy, does she have some issues.
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voters consider and factor in? >> barring some extraordinary circumstance, one of them will be president. they're both older, they're both forthcoming abo forth k not forthcoming about their medical records. think those issues will be front and center the rest of the way. i think voters are going to look at both candidates and say do we know enough about their stamina clinton but also donald trump. >> let me ask you how the clinton campaign handled this from start to finish. do you bereave that they should have disclosed she had pneumonia when they learned about it on friday? >> of course they should have. this furthers the idea that the clintons don't come clean about anything, not even cold and flu season. but let me just say what i see as the glaring banner worthy
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about it. donald trump hasn't raged against her. donald trump hasn't called her a name. we are seeing, to me, the most dramatic 24-hour transformation of her opponent since he began running for president. i can't wait to see what his first comments are and if he's able to show restraint. that will mark really, to me, the most dramatic development in this campaign so far. >> nicole, ask and ye shall receive. i am told he did an appearance this morning on another network and he said i soon and looks forward to seeing her at the debate. mark, this is a new donald trump. >> he had some advisors who told him over the weekend don't comment on it. be gracious about her health. let that take care of itself. this comment she made on friday night, criticizing half of his supporters, that is where the trump campaign is going to focus where i think trump is going to focus. they hope that both of these things do damage to her on the issue of voters trust in her. >> does the health question linger for hillary clinton? is this something that has legs
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>> well, i'm not sure. but what lingers for her is now four bad things. and the campaign never turns on a single gaffe. it never turns on one news cycle. but she's come out of the labor day holiday which is a series of unfortunate mistakes and events. she had that fbi dump of data. she now has this sort of convoluted explanation of why she's been coughing. she looked to practically face-plant into that van. that's not an image any caat of the free world would welcome. she has her basket of deplorables comment. trouble always comes in threes and she's facing a little bit of trouble in terms of managing her own narrative this morning. >> if you were advising the clinton campaign, would you tell them you should be more up front, release a lot of health records, just get it out there? >> well, she should release everything. i mean she should start her day now talking to her press corps. they know the ins and outs of her health history. we saw andrea mitchell there has been talking to her about her
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she really needs to start, starting today, a much more robust dialogue with the press that follow her about everything, including and starting with her health. >> that going to happen? >> don't hold your breath on that one. both candidates don't believe by playing by the rules. the press isn't there for fun. we're there to ask tough questions to see who is ready to be president and we're there to be with them in case something occurs to keep the public informed. neither of these people -- not their donald trump nor hillary clinton wants to submit to the normal rules. the question is will voters care that they don't submit or will voters be more troubled that they don't disclose things. we don't know what's in their health records. we don't know what's in his tax returns. i don't get the idea either one is anxious to win the battle of who has the most disclosudisclo. >> we'll have a lot more on all of this in the next half-hour. breaking news overnight. a fire erupts at the florida mosque where the gunman in the orlando nightclub shooting used
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in ft. pierce say the fire was set intentionally. an arson investigator was called to the scene but officials declined to speculate on whether the fire may be related to the 15th anniversary of the september 11 terror attacks. omar mateen attended the mosque and he opened fire in a rampage that left 49 victims left and 53 wounded. to a school bus crash that left the driver dead and 18 others injured. this happened near the denver international airport on sunday. a bus carrying players and coaches of a football team veered off the roadway and crashed head-on in to a concrete pillar. 15 students were taken to the hospital. they have non-life threatening injuries. most were treated and released. the cause of that crash still under investigation. meantime, that national anthem protest started by nfl star colin kaepernick picked up steam sunday with more players joining in solidarity. the league's commissioner is addressing the issue in an exclusive interview with matt. tamron's here now with the latest.
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as the nation marked the 15th anniversary of 9/11, the nfl kicked off its first sunday of the season. a day filled with both patriotism and protests. late sunday two new england patriots joined the protest. raising their fists after the national anthem at the university of phoenix stadium. the move coming just hours after members of the kansas city chiefs stood arm in arm in a show of solidarity. one player standing out, marcus during the national anthem. ? and home of the brave ? >> reporter: playering showing support for colin kaepernick, the san francisco quarterback who refused to stand during the anthem in the preseason to protest what he called police brutality and racial inequality in america. matt spoke with nfl commissioner roger goodell about the growing movement around the league. >> listen, i support our players speaking out on issues that they think need to be changed in our society.
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society, matt. >> reporter: the speaking out, however, is still largely silent. at the start of their game against seattle, several members of the miami dolphins took a knee while holding hands over their hearts during "the star spangled banner." it was the rival team, the seahawks, who were widely expected to protest. instead, every player stood together arm in arm in unity throughout the national anthem. coach pete carroll clearly proud of his players. >> they have a conscience about what they're doing and they reallyan thing. >> reporter: there's also been some financial fallout for players who protest. the latest -- denver broncos line bre linebacker brandon marshall losing a key endorsement after taking a knee during thursday night's game. the protest now having a trickle-down effect. if south new jersey, a player of high school players knelt during a rendition of the national anthem this weekend, too. as for colin kaepernick, last week -- last night, rather, he retweeted an image of all the
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protests. his 49ers play tonight and kaepernick is expected again to kneel during the national anthem. it's also worth noting the 49ers made a donation to organizations in that area who focus in on social justice causes. so the team not obviously getting behind some of the kneel-down efforts, but acknowledging some of what colin kaepernick and these other players have been talking about. >> kaepernick really started something, tamron, thanks so much. we'll have much more of matt's exclusive interview with commissioner roger goodell wednesday on "today." now to high-profile trial of justin ross harris resumes this morning. he is the father accused of intentionally killing his 22-month-old son back in 2014 by leaving the boy in a sweltering hot suv. nbc's gape gbe gutierrez is in brunswick, georgia this morning. >> reporter: everybody savannah morning. because of pre-trial publicity the judge moved this case from suburban atlanta some 300 miles
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riveted the nation for more than two years. from the beginning, justin ross harris has maintained that the death of his son, cooper, was every parent's worst nightmare. >> cooper's death was a horrible gut-wrenching accident. >> reporter: but prosecutors say it was no accident. they claim 22-month-old cooper was murdered by a man who wanted to escape the responsibilities of being a parent. >> evidence is showing us right now that he has this whole second lifha with alternate personalities and alternate personas. >> reporter: in dramatic testimony shortly after harris was arrested, police claim that as his son lay dying in a sweltering suv, harris was exchanging sexually explicit text messages with six women, one of them just 16 years old. prosecutors said harris had also researched child deaths in hot cars and life without children. in one online chat, he allegedly posted, "i love my son and all,
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was unhappy in his marriage and he planned to show that he wanted to live a child-free life. >> reporter: harris has pleaded not guilty to 16 counts, including murder and child cruelty. >> morning, mrs. harris. >> reporter: a key witness in this case could be harris' former wife, leanna taylor. her lawyer tells nbc news she remains convinced that her son's death was an accident. >> the defense is going to argue the prosecution has to prove far more than whether this defendant was an imperfect or even terrible husband. they have to prove that he's a murderer. >> reporter: the defendant is expected to arrive here in just a short time and the trial is expected to last up to six weeks. savannah? >> gabe gutierrez, thank you. al has the day off. dylan is here with a first check of the weather. >> hey. we are talking snow. not for around here. basically above 8,000 feet out towards montana. but still it is snow and it is a little earlier than what you would expect. it normally happens late september into october. it is basically above 8,000 feet
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to ten inches of snow. temperatures are certainly cooling off. we've got this cold front that's sliding through. temperatures will be about 15 to up to 30 degrees below average across the northern rockies and northern plains. we are looking for the snow to continue and also pockets of heavier rain along this frontal boundary. but out ahead of the front, that's where it is still warm and somewhat humid. the moisture is increasing and we could see stronger storms through wisconsin especially and back into iowa. the biggest threats golf ball sized hail and we ? ? here you go. here you go. and here you go. buy any five mccaf? beverages and you get one for free when you use the mcdonald's app. here you go. enjoy a mccaf? moment. now come in and try our pumpkin spice latte.
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. good monday morning, everyone, high pressure building in means clear skies and temperatures rebounding nicely. another cool one overnight as that high slides to the east of us wind turns southwest. warmer tomorrow afternoon and best chance of scattered storms holding off until late wednesday and wednesday evenin evening. couple of degrees either side of 75. closer to 70 along the immediate coastline thanks to mid-40s in the cooler forecast. >> and that's your latest forecast. >> all right, dylan, thank you. coming up, a closer look at hillary clinton's health history in light of that incident on sunday. and dr. phil shares more of his interview with burke ramsey, as jonbenet's brother opens up about his murder for the first time to phil. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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great fall day. we have a great crowd kicking off the morning in rockefeller plaza. nice to have you along as well. >> beautiful day her today's headlines. an overnight fire destroyed a florida mosque that was attended by the orlando nightclub shooter. investigators say evidence, including video from the scene, reveals the fire was set intentionally. officials say they will mott speck legislaulate about a poss motive. president obama meets today with paul ryan, mitch mcconnell, and their democratic counterparts. on the agenda, funding measures
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efforts to prevent a government shutdown. hillary clinton has canceled a campaign trip to the west coast today following an incident at a 9/11 ceremony in new york. video shows her nearly collapsing as staffers help her into a van. the clinton campaign says she had been diagnosed with pneumonia on friday and became overheated and dehydrated during sunday's event. now do "today's" campaign moment. the controversial comment hillary clinton made before all all of these questions about her health arose. over the weekend s about trump supporters. >> to just be grossly generalistic, you could put half of trump's supporters into what i call the basket of deplorables. right? the racist, is sexist, zenphobi
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insulting and some compared it to mitt romney's notorious 47% remark. the following day clinton issued a partial apology saying i was grossly generalistic and that's never a good idea. i regret saying half. that was wrong. the other issue, renewed questions about hillary clinton's health after that incident on sunday. nbc national correspondent peter alexander has more on that for us. peter, good morning. >> reporter: hey, willie, good morning to you. we're just b ground zero where that dramatic video of hillary clinton was shot on the 9/11 anniversary. it is a day when the political focus was largely on remembrance and the war on terror, but it quickly turned to a conversation about transparency and how little, frankly, we know about both of these candidates' health, one of whom will be president in just four months. donald trump speaking out just moments ago on fox news about hillary clinton's latest health episode. >> i don't know what's going on. i'm, like you.
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something's going on but i just hope she gets well and gets back on the trail and we'll be seeing her at the debate. >> reporter: the republican nominee has repeatedly suggested she may be hiding something serious. >> she gets off the stage, she goes back home, she goes to sleep. >> to win trade in our country, you need tremendous physical and mental strength and stamina. >> she or the stamina to make america great again. >> reporter: clinton, fighting back. >> his latest paranoid fever dream is about my health. and all i can say is, donald, dream on. >> reporter: even joking about her health with jimmy kimmel. >> back in october, the "national enquirer" said i would be dead in six months. >> oh, wow. >> so with every breath i take, i feel like it is --
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>> reporter: the late night oeft even a host even asking if she could open a jar of pickles. trump supporters, like former new york city mayor rudy giuliani, keep floating what many view as conspiracy theories. >> so go online and put down hillary clinton illness. take a look at videos for yourself. >> reporter: a conservative website publishing unfounded speculation that clinton could be medically unfit to serve. trump's health, largely remains a statement from his gastroenterologist praising his health as "astonishingly excellent." the letter addressed "to whom my concern." >> in a rush i think some of those words didn't come out exactly the way they were meant. >> reporter: last week trump said he would make his medical records public if clinton did the same. >> i would love to give specifics as far as i'm concerned. if she does it, i might.
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now that you ask, i might do that. >> reporter: to be clear, if elected, donald trump o would be the oldest first-term president ever. hillary clinton the second-old s and 70 and 69 respectively. donald trump said as soonals al he gets results of a physical last week he will release the reports. >> peter alexander, thank you. we've got the weather. dylan is in for al. i see florida on the map. >> i feel like we've been they have been getting so much rain. we have more in the forecast, especially for tomorrow. right now, just spotty showers and storms but we'll get a little push of moisture from a tropical wave that's going to move in from the bahamas. it is never going to develop into anything but since it is moving to the northwest, then gets blocked by the stalled front, that means all the rain is going to fall along the gulf coast and especially down through florida where in naples we could end up to 1 1/2 to 2 inches of rain in the next couple of days.
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or 4 inches of rain. the ground is already really, really saturated so that could lead to some minor flooding concerns. we also have a chance of some stronger stamps today through the midwest. we could see some of those severe with damaging winds and larger hail. out west it is very comfortable. temperatures in the 70s. but it is very dry and we are being looking at very gusty winds. we do have a fir . good monday morning, everyone, high pressure building in means rebounding nicely. another cool one overnight as that high slides to the east of us wind turns southwest. warmer tomorrow afternoon and best chance of scattered storms holding off until late wednesday and wednesday evenin evening. couple of degrees either side of 75. closer to 70 along the immediate coastline thanks to the sea breeze kicking in. mid-40s in the cooler forecast. seven-day >> and that's your latest forecast. >> all right, dylan.
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we're back now at 7:41 with a case that transfixed the country for nearly 20 years prpt murder of 6-year-old jonbenet rams brother, burke, is speaking out about the case. we brought you some of this exclusive interview with dr. phil mcgraw. a lot of people are asking why he chose to speak out now. >> for a long time media basically made our lives crazy. it is hard to miss the cameras and news trucks in your front yard and we'd go to the supermarket sometimes and there would be a tabloid with my picture, jonbenet's picture blastered on the front. they would follow us around.
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so i was pretty skeptical of like any sort of media. . like it just made me a very private person. as to why i'm doing it now? it is the 20th anniversary. apparently there is still a lot of attention around it. >> dr. phil mcgraw, good morning. >> good morning. >> how extraordinary to hear him speak after all of these years. and just on the little bits that we've shown on this show, we are hearing from a lot of people saying it is a strange affect that he seems to have. he's smiling and you say even in is talking about rather serious matters. >> it is. there would be dark content and he is smiling. people are going to see this throughout the entire interview, really unusual affect, either smiling or laughing. this is a very socially awkward young man. but understand, from the time this happened, his parents,
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either protected him or hid him. however you want to look at that. when you've got reporters at the end of your driveway, he couldn't go to school. even now he works as a computer analyst, in computer security. but he works remotely. he doesn't go in to work every day. he is not around people. so he's not real comfortable in a social situation. so speaking out for him was a very difficult, unusual thing. >> he's 29 years old one assumes he could have remained somewhat anonymous. did he think that suddenly he was going to be outed? >> he knew this was the 20-year anniversary. and because he was starting to get bombarded, people were finding him, he knew his anonymity was gone. he said he wanted to control the narrative. the story was going to get told. he wanted to tell it. >> this is a comprehensive interview that you do. another clip he talks about what he remembers from the morning that jonbenet was killed. let's take a look. >> do you remember waking up
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>> yep. the first thing i remember is my mom bursting in my room really frantic saying oh, my gosh, oh, my gosh, oh, my gosh, running around my room looking for jonbenet. at that point i was awake. next thing i remember is a police officer coming to my room and shining a flashlight. >> it was still dark whether this happened. >> yeah. i was just laying there. >> what time did she come in? >> early. i don't know. >> it was still dark so had to be pretty early. >> yeah. >> did she tur when she came in? >> i don't remember if she did or not. i do remember the cops coming in and shining a flashlight around so the light must have been off. >> you asked him point-blank -- did you kill jonbenet ramsey? >> i did. i asked him, point-blank, did you kill your sister, jonbenet. i asked him, point-blank, do you believe one of your parents killed her. because there are these factions on the internet. listen, this is the missing link. for 20 years this thing has been grinding, but the missing link
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there are these three tapes, tape with the psychologist, two tapes with the police. one -- >> interrogation tapes. >> interrogation tapes. one the parents say was illegally gotten. and we have all three of those tapes and i'm going to show those with him watching them for the first time. so it's interesting to see him watch himself. >> what's his reaction? because here he is. there is a little boy in talking to investigators. >> right. and he talks about what he was feeling at and he remembers those interviews. we're going to hear him talk -- he's going to make a shocking admission about this mystery footprint that people speculated about so much. >> that was found at the scene. >> right. at the scene. he is going to talk about the incidents of violence of hitting his sister in the head earlier with a golf club. he a going to talk very specifically about that. and he's going to talk and give a very significant answer about the pineapple that supposedly
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was found on a table in the house that was not there when everyone went to bed, and pineapple was found during the autopsy in her stomach. he's going to talk very specifically about how that pineapple came to be in his little sister's stomach the night that she was found dead. >> that was one of the forensic mysteries in the case that persists. >> he was the only one there that night that has not spoken. only known person to be there >> i know he also has opinion about her participation in beauty pageants. there is a lot to get to. you can see this three-part interview with burke ramsey. it starts today on the dr. phil show. check your local listings. thank you. just ahead, the epic surprise that beyonce helped pull off during a weekend concert. and next, carson has the app problem that had millions of fantasy football players in a
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one job." joe posted -- here i am tallying points on graph paper over candlelight, just like my father's father before him." here is a live look at espn trying to fix their fantasy football app. espn tweeting updates. we sincerely apologize. anybody trying to make some money off of football should take note from one he showed up to espn's college game day on saturday that said hi, mom, send beer money. then below he listed his aaccount for a money transferring al. he confirmed this morning that over 3,000 people had paid sam, and counting. >> come. on. >> haven't determined if a dollar came from mom yet for the beer, but there you go, guys. it was a fun weekend for sports.
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money? >> yes. >> and everybody's just sending money? >> correct. >> and he gets to keep it? >> correct. >> beers on me forever. right? carson, thanks. coming up, we are so ready for this. we are observing national chocolate milkshake today. >> as we should. yes. and are you giving your children to ? ? with ingredients like roasted hazelnuts and cocoa, nutella adds a smile to any morning. one jar; so many delicious possibilities. nutella - spread the happy! how are you doing today? that's how i am. with the blue cash everyday card you get cash back on purchases with no annual fee. my only concern is that this is where we put food. a dog's foot is cleaner than a human's mouth. is it?
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. this is seven news now . good monday morning. 7:57 as yaw take a live look outside. a beautiful day. let's send it to chris for a look at the morning can temperatures in the 40. warming up into the 70s this afternoon. as we hold on to the sunshine and low humidity, low 70s at the coastline. the sea breeze kicking in. close to 80 of a cool start tuesday. a couple of showers and storms likely wednesday evening . and officialsed a mosque in new hampshire are asking police to investigate what they call a
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threw rocks through the windows while people were worshiping on sunday . and man who killed a woman in sedan sill will answer to murder charges this morning. he stabbed the victim to death over the labor day weekend. he had been living in the woman's home at the time and and is a registered sex offender. we're back in 25 minutes with v.o.: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump. trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. v.o.: ayotte agrees, to do just that, defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: well i certainly think that roe should be overturned... trump: there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. v.o.: ayotte and trump, wrong for new hampshire women. planned parenthood votes is responsible for the
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, health scare. in the wake of her near collapse at an event on sunday, hillary clinton cancels a planned trip to the west coast. how her illness has jolted the race for the white house. an alarming new study reveals millions of parents aren't being safe when giving kids medicine. dr. oz joins us with the remedy and what every parent needs to know. and mcdream come true. >> it's a boy. >> oh, a boy. >> a boy. >> "bridget jones" is back. patrick dempsey stops by studio 1a to talk about the highly anticipated sequel "today,"
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>> good morning, virginia! happy mom's trip new york! >> good morning, grandma. i'm on the "today" show! >> good morning, chicago. it's my birthday and i just got engaged! >> good morning! >> happy birthday to my >> happy birthday, monica! >> woo! it's 8:00 on "today." it is monday, september 12th. i'm talking, posing for selfies. oh, my gosh -- look at this. we have a gaggle of adorable hockey moms here. look at this! do these ladies just look like trouble, or what? hockey moms take new york!
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>> i think new york's ready for the hockey moms. welcome to our plaza. >> it is so nice to have everybody on a beautiful fall day. >> not quite fall yet but starting to feel like it. >> it's going to be like this all week. >> thank you for that, dylan. a guy who's charmed a few crowds in his day. his musical talents, acting, and now he is ready to take over daytime tv. >> very exciting. but first let'set we begin with hillary clinton's health scare. i'm kristen welker in chappaqua where hillary clinton is recovering from pneumonia. her campaign announcing it is canceling her west coast trip. but secretary clinton will appear via teleconference at a san francisco fund-raiser tonight. all of this after she became dehydrated and nearly collapsed at a september 11th memorial service. >> reporter: this morning, this moment captured on camera still
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secretary clinton leaving the 9/11 memorial service at ground zero early and without explanation looking unsteady, appearing to lean on a post and clearly requiring support from staffers getting in to her van. late sunday her physician, who examined clinton at her chappaqua home, announcie iing clinton has moin,pneumonia afte suffg cough. it was on display a week ago when clinton struggled to regain her voice during a campaign event in ohio. >> excuse me. >> reporter: the surprising diagnosis capped a whirl wind sunday, clinton arriving at the 9/11 ceremony appearing to feel fine. >> when i first came up to her, she was as happy to see me and asking about my family and perfectly normal. >> reporter: but after an hour and a half, clinton left abruptly. her campaign leaving the press
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had gone to her daughter chelsea's apartment in lower manhattan where she stayed for almost two hours. when clinton emerged, she was all smiles telling reporters she felt better. >> it is a beautiful day in new york. >> reporter: still the episode comes on the heels of recent republican attacks accusing clinton of hiding a serious health problem. donald trump was silent about the incident sunday but has recently raised questions about her health. >> she also lacks the mental and isis. >> reporter: the clinton campaign dismissing the criticism as baseless conspiracy theories. >> his latest paranoid fever dream is about my health. and all i can say is, donald, dream on. >> reporter: this morning, donald trump spoke about clinton's health scare for the first time. >> but i don't know what's going on. i'm, like you. i see what i see.
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hope she gets well and gets back on the trail and we'll be seeing her at the debate. >> reporter: campaign officials say they didn't disclose clinton's pneumonia diagnosis on friday because they thought she could power through. they now realize that was a mistake. secretary clinton is on antibiotics. no word on when she'll return to the campaign trail. >> kristen welker, thank you. now to breaking news overnight, a fire that damaged a florida islamic center is being investigated as arson. that mosque attended by the shooting. nbc's kerry sanders is in ft. pierce, florida for us. kerry, good morning. >> reporter: well, good morning, willie. authorities are now investigating what happened here at the islamic center in ft. pierce. indeed, this is the islamic center, the mosque, where omar mateen, the gunman in that orlando pulse nightclub shooting, attended. authorities say while nobody was injured here, it appears to them to very clearly be a case of
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security system that shows somebody coming here at around 12:30 in the morning and lighting the mosque on fire. the authorities say that they have the help not only of the local police here, but also they have the alcohol, tobacco and firearms from the federal government trying to figure out who it was who set this fire and whether it is related to 9/11. of course, this is the 15th anniversary of 9/11. at this point they are also on the islamic calendar, the holiest day as the hajj comes to an end. >> thanks, kerry sanders. in london, a frightening scene was caught on camera. a passenger boat with 150 people on board lost power on sunday and slammed into a pier along the river thames. officials say a small fire in the engine room had knocked out
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as firefighters and crew members were able to extinguish those flames. coming up next, dr. oz reveals dangerous mistakes you could be making with your kid's medicine. then on pop start -- is katy perry ready to bury the hatchet? she says she wants to collaborate with taylor swift. didn't know there was a feud. patrick dempsey live over there's good. so, how much longer you think this will take? i'll over-explain the process, then give you an unrealistic timeline. i look forward to questioning your every move. okay, well i'll leave your house in shambles and disappear for six months. wouldn't it be great if everyone said what they meant? the citi? double cash card does. it lets you earn double cash back: 1% when you buy, and 1% as you pay. the citi double cash card.
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mmm, yeah. i got your back. lactaid. it's the milk that doesn't mess with you. all right. we are back, it is 8:11. we've got an alert for all parents. according to a new study, many are run intentionally giving their children incorrect doses of liquid medications. it is happening at an alarming rate. dr. oz i it o know. good morning. this is an important study and i want to talk about it. but donald trump just made news. he said on a cable network that he's going to release his medical records with you on thursday, on your show. is that right? >> well, he's coming on the show. and i know that fitness has become a big issue for the presidential candidates so i've invited both. mr. trump is coming on first. he will be on thursday. i'm hoping that secretary clinton will join us as well.
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talking a little bit about their health issues. but become it has come up in such a charged topic, i think it makes sense for both to have a conversation -- i'm not trying to pry or probe. just hear what's really going on in their lives. >> sounds like he says he will show you the results of his physical. we'll definitely keep posted on that. let's talk about this study that looked at doses of liquid medications. a shocking number at the top. 85% of parents did it wrong in some way. >> the remarkable thing is this has been a big for a long time. the thought that we have that many parents making a mistake is mind blowing. it gets even scarier. the reason they are making mistakes is because it is quite complicated to understand. how often is a big mistake. 20% of the time being double dosed. >> too much. that's scary. >> vast majority. but in 21% of cases it was twice the dose you are supposed to
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are having such a big issue. why are moms unable to keep up with what's happening? >> do we have an answer? >> we do have an answer. surprisingly, not for moms but for doctors just figuring it out, those one taeaspoon, one tablespoon, the cups in particular are a problem. four times more likely you will get it wrong versus having a syringe with little markings. >> if a baby, you use the syringe. i found that intimidating but that's, by far, the most accurate method. >> this study is really important. major associations that help give guidelines to medical manufacturers. don't use the cup. it is hard to do. from now on i want there to be a little gift. buy one of the syringes.
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emergency. don't rely on a cup or other utensils in your home. don't get confused by milliliters and all these different measurement tools. should be clearly stated which i think manufacturers are going to get but get some of these syringes. i was going to get you some. i couldn't get into a store early enough today. >> come back. i'll take them. i know you will back in the next half-hour with three things that keep women up at night when it comes to their health. big sur va vey by dr. oz. as we go through october and the rest of september we are still looking at the chance of several hurricanes, on average. right now we do have this invest right now. this could become tropical storm ian if it continues to develop. it is moving over the right conditions. we do expect it to become a tropical storm at some point today. 98% within the next 48 hours.
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. good monday morning, everyone, high pressure building in means clear skies and temperatures rebounding nicely. another cool one overnight as that high slides to the east of us wind turns southwest. warmer tomorrow afternoon and best chance of scattered storms holding off until late wednesday and wednesday evenin evening. couple of degrees either side of 75. closer to 70 along the immediate coastline thanks to the sea breeze kicking in. mid-40s in the cooler forecast. >> and that's your latest forecast. >> all right, dylan. thank you very much. we have added hoda to the mix because of her very specific expertise in chocolate milkshakes. >> all right. i'm going to add something. spl it is one of the best days of year. it is one that i try to observe with dignity. it's national chocolate milkshake today, everybody. >> i see that. >> since they are my absolute favorite, especially now, we
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>> you thought it would be fun. >> okay. these are shakes from mcdonald's, wendy's and shake shack. so let's taste them and see if we can identify. >> at the same time? >> no. individual. see -- the answers are here. >> i should point out that i'm the one who's lactose intolerant so i got this thing. >> so sorry! >> i can't get this one out. >> almond milkshake day is next wednesday. >> i can't i think that's wendy's. >> what do you think this one is? >> savannah's going in. >> this is mcdonald's. >> savannah calls this one mcdonald's. >> i'm going -- what's the other one? >> shake shack. >> i'm going shake shack. >> this is mcdonald's. >> mcdonald's? >> yeah. >> mcdonald's! >> had and this? >> shake shack. >> this is shake shack.
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three different types of vodka. >> this is shake shack and this is wendy's. is she right? shake shack! >> yes. i actually really like mcdonald's milkshake. i just -- that was -- recently they change their formula. it didn't used to be quite so sweet. i don't know that they changed their formula but i suspect and they've made it swr. fries. >> she's been talking about this since 4:00 a.m. >> i said it is the only reason i didn't press snooze on my alarm this morning. thanks, everybody. riding in an elevator thinking we might end up trapped. february a twitter user, amanda carpenter, did get stuck in an elevator in an amtrak station and tweeted for help. this was february. well with be amtrak responded on twr
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that. are you still in the elevator?" thankfully amanda was out of the elevator well before. in all fairness amtrak responded to the tweet in early february. apparently someone at amtrak at social media saw it again and said, oh, my gosh, are you okay. >> are you in this elevator? >> but amanda is safe and sound. >> i've been stuck in an elevator. it was absolutely terrifying. it was like 20 minutes of just not knowing what's going to happen next. >> d >> by the way, wendy's making a real good run at it. it's really good. >> you'll love shake shack by the end of this day. high-fashion and millennials have officially collided, everybody. look at new york fashion week. the models -- they walked the cat walk. look at them. they're rocking snapchat-inspired makeup. you know that filter? or everybody's filter -- the
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that's one of my favorites because it makes your soft look all soft and pretty. well, it inspired hoda. >> i was born in the makeup room. >> let's see. >> what else did you do? >> we did one more. >> i always do the ones where you look better. when they give me an old woman filter -- i'm like i wear that filter! >> i am that >> starting with katy perry making fireworks with a recent tweet about one-time pal taylor swift. the superstars used to be close friends until taylor claim perry tried to sabotage her tour by hiring some of her dancers away from her. that was the fuel that gave us taylor swift's hit "bad blood." katy putting a new spin on things when asked by a fan on
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collaborate with taylor, perry says if she says she's sorry. have to keep up with this feud. up next, gentlemisela makin her husband's fans saw her husband -- don't worry, guys, i will keep him #bradyscamp. beyonce set the bar while performing her meg ba hit "single ladies" which is a song she hasn't performed once on her tour. music came to a stop, she handed the mike to one of her back-up dancers. he got down on one knee, popped the question. they resumed dancing to single
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it. >> let's send it over to savannah. >> okay, willie, thank you so much. patrick dempsey stole the hearts of fans on the medical drama "gray's anatomy." he will steal a few more hearts in "bridget jones' baby." bridget jones is trying to figure out who the father of her baby is. dempsey plays a dashing american hoping to win bridget's affens >> lovely. you're our second same-sex couple today. >> no, actually -- >> absolutely. we just need the gift of a baby to make us feel complete. >> you must shall the surrogate? >> exactly. yes. just helping this wonderful couple make their dream come true. >> see, mark is very nervous about all this.
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lamb chop? >> patrick dempsey, good morning. i should have brought you a shake. me might have one or ten over there. how did you feel about entering this love triangle? is you're like the new person coming between mark and bridget. >> i know. i was a little nervous at first. enough time had gone by where everybody was nervous. i think that helped tremendously. they were very kind and supportive. emma thompson steals the movie away. she's funny. >> there are people like me books, saw the movies. we, of course, love mark darcy. so for there to be a new love interest to enter the picture, and to actually have us kind of root for you, is a big deal. and i liked you in this movie. i was like -- okay. i can be happy if bridget settle down with him. >> oh. thank you. it was a little daunting at first. she has two great choices. she has two guys that really love, adore and understand her.
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is new and unknown. >> you're not a cad. we all remember daniel cleaver played by hugh grant. he was a bad guy. this guy's a good guy. >> yeah. i mean the dynamic between the two of them is just -- i think they're insecure about each other. one because of the history, and the new guy and all of that. that's what the conflict is. who can be a better provider and be there for her and nurture her along the way. >> now this is just such a were mcdreamy for 11 seasons. >> remarkable. >> no. was it fun to just do something so different? >> absolutely. and it was fun to work in london. being in london in the fall was amazing. i had a really good time. >> actually, one of the most hilarious scenes is when you and colin firth, mark darcy, have to literally carry a 9-month pregnant bridget into the waiting room. >> this sequence to me is my favorite part of the movie. because there was very little in
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and rene has a great ability -- not only does she hit the emotional moments but she know ez the sl s slap tistick and comedy. it was an absolute joy. >> you look very strong. would you like to recreate it right now? no, i wouldn't subject you! especially after all the milk shakes. >> you look great. you are having a good time. >> i am. just eating a lot of milk shakes. >> that's okay. o driving career. i actually didn't know that about you. you're a pro. >> well, there is a race coming up in texas this weekend, wec. we've got a car running in that series. anybody down there, go check that out. i love racing and being on the podium at le mans last year, in a great team, great co-drivers and great support through porsche and it was a dream come true. we ended up getting on the podium in fuji while i was shooting the movie.
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everybody that allowed me to go and do that. it was nice. >> you've really got it made. your family is adorable. >> thank you. >> you recently gave an interview to "people" and you talked about reconciling with your lovely wife. that's just so wonderful. >> it was really nice to have them share that moment in london and my daughter when we went to the premier. to see such a strong female lead in the cinema and have her watch that and sort of the first time exposed to bridget was a good experience f it was nice having everybody together. >> maybe there will be a "bridget jones 4"? >> oh! that wasn't a no. "bridget jones' baby" opens on friday. coming up next, anna nicole smith's daughter and her father remember anna nicole smith.
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. this is 7 news now. >> good morning, everybody, 8:27 as you take a live look outside. send it over to chris lambert with a check of your forecast. >> meteorologist: plenty of sunshine, sarah, low 60s. suburb of 63 in sea breeze kicking in this afternoon hold at low 70s at the coast. 75, 76, 77 inland and warmer tomorrow after another cool start. 86 on wednesday. few showers and storms on wednesday with a cool front that will knock us back down on thursday. your top stories. two teens are facing serious average after they stabbed a livery driver in chelsea. they used to box cutter and
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the driver was seriously injured. police are searching for suspects after a woman was stabbed in south boston. it happened on -- eselio court. the victim suffered nonlife-threatening jeffers. starting today 100 boston police officers begin wearing body cameras after a court battle and a judge's ruling last week. no one volunteered for the pilot program, commissioner evans made it mandatory. self-of the top officers from the city will be wearing the cameras as part of program at 9:00. hope to see you then. i used to watch this perfect couple. they were the embodiment of true love. do you know megan hipwell? she's gone missing. you were seen in the area that night. i went to visit my husband. you mean your ex-husband? there's some time missing.
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8:0 8:30 now on this monday morning, september 12, 2016. happy to have a great crowd out on our plaza. good morning, everybody. >> just ahead, ten years after the loss of anna nicole smith, natalie catches up with her
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dannielynn's father. dr. oz is back with a new look at what women worry about the most when it comes to their health. and we talked to patrick dempsey in the last half-hour. coming up, two more big stars to be here to talk about their new roles. harry connick jr. will talk about his new role on daytime tv. in the best chance of rain this week. also a little stormy near florida where we have a stalled front all week long, we will see storms down through florida. by the end of the week we will see a big chance of heavier rain right from minneapolis, stretching right down into louisiana and texas, too. temperatures are above normal, slightly in the northeast, though it is much more seasonable. look at the cool air settling in the plains.
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seattle and the rest of washington state, down into oregon, temperatures should run five to ten above normal. then it is more seasonable down in the southeast and also down across most of texas and up into the upper midwest as . good monday morning, everyone, high pressure building in means clear skies and temperatures rebounding nicely. another cool one overnight as that high slides to the east of us wind turns southwest. warmer tomorrow afternoon and best chance oftt wednesday and wednesday evenin evening. couple of degrees either side of 75. closer to 70 along the immediate coastline thanks to the sea breeze kicking in. mid-40s in the cooler forecast. seven-day >> and that's your latest forecast. savannah? >> all right, dylan. thank you so much. as we mentioned earlier, the dr. oz show returns for a new season today with a look at some of the biggest health issues facing women and what you can do about them.
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good morning. your show conducted a survey looking at all kinds of issues that imwith have with their health. >> over 1,500. i wanted to know not just what you think you're doing but what you do based on it. we learned a couple things we didn't expect to guide where we go editorially. we learned there is a new loneliness. this is a shocking idea because we have so much social media right now. if you look what's going on in america, 60% of women say they time. how is that possible? it is important because it can affect your immune systems, your risk of heart disease. >> is that more loneliness that you would expect to have been reported by women? >> i would think women are the glue of society, always come together. the irony is there are important things you can do. yes, use social media but don't do drive-by friendships. instead, actually call people
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use social media for purposes that allow us to actually connect. >> the next has to do with stress. we know everybody suffers stress. >> why are we stressed? this blew my mind. most people say they are stressed, 75% most worried by terror attacks. 67% by the elections. "today" show i am bringing together mothers of the movement. women who have lost their children and women of police officers who were slain. mothers of those police officers. these women come together. their love for each other is so powerful they come together for the first time on one stage. >> that will be an interesting conversation for sure. how do you recommend people reduce stress? >> first of all, focus on stressors you can control. >> when you look at terror attacks, elections -- >> go back to yourself.
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this week on the show, i'm going to give you a checklist of things you can do every single day, simple ideas that allow you to get the right amount of probiotic, do you think tea -- >> i think milk shakes personally. >> i saw that. but you need to have the checklist to organize yourself. simple things i want you to do every single day or you won't control the stress. >> final category has to do with cancer. it was surprising how many women assume they will get some form of cancer in their lif cancer. real number is about 40%. life saving information right here. the breakthroughs that are happening with cancer are not the same as every year. these are huge. immunotherapi immunotherapies. imagine right now if everyone that could hear my voice is c cancer but your immune system is able to kill it. there are new therapies that i believe will turn cancer from a
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you don't want to ever have happen to a chronic illness. sort of like hiv is now a chronic illness but you can live with it your whole life. but you have to ask your doctor. be proactive. >> you have a lot to tackle in this season. dr. oz, thank you so much. again the new season premiers today. check your local listings for time. coming up next, how anna nicole smith's daughter is doing nearly ten years after her mother's death. but first, this is "today"
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welcome back. 8:38. anna nicole smith passed away in february of 2007, just five months after the birth of her only daughter, dannielynn. >> how is dannielynn doing today? natalie is out in los angeles with that story. natalie, good morning. >> reporter: hey, guys, good morning to you. we caught up with dannielynn and her father, larry birkhead, as
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birthday at universal studios in hollywood. as you will see, normalcy is still the goal as they deal with anna nicole's death. >> reporter: it was a 10th birthday made in hollywood. rides, games, and entertainment for the only daughter of anna nicole smith. this l.a. scene a rare excursion away from the small town life they live in kentucky. >> i made a conscious decision a long time ago to move to keky takes away the chase. it takes away the curiosity. takes away the false stories. >> reporter: dannielynn was born into a real life soap opera. daughter of model and tabloid stu superstar anna nicole smith, no less than five men claimed to be her father at birth and her mother's controversial death when she was just 5 months old left to up to the courts to declare larry birkhead the
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that, does that seem like it was so long ago? >> it does. you look back on it, i'm so much of a better person and a stronger person because of all the stuff that i went through. not doing anything but just taking care of my daughter. for me i look back ten years, i wouldn't have it any other way. >> reporter: still birkhead's feelings for anna nicole remain strong. >> there are things left unanswered. things i didn't get to say to her. it's tough when you go to school and you're filling out the forms and it gets me mom's information. there's days that if i stop and think about it and you ask me about it, you'll see a tear but i just -- every other minute you see a smile. >> reporter: they do their best to live a normal life. but reminders of anna nicole are everywhere. >> it is hard. because when you walk into a grocery store and you're in the checkout stand you see a magazine or something.
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then someone else is trying to sell something else. it is just not what's going in the grocery bag. >> as a parent, it has to be something that you've got to be careful, how much do you expose her to that. >> people call me all the time and say, can she be in a movie? can she model? she doesn't care about it. i say no, she's not interested. she's just a regular kid. into technology now and she's into games and these youtube videos. >> as they celebrate dannielynn's 10th birthday in they are riding the roller coaster of life together. >> i'm not the best dad. i have my faults. i do the best i can with what the situation is and we make the best of it. i think dannielynn's best days are to come and she's got such a bright future in frosht of hnt . >> i look at this relationship and this bond that you have with your daughter. i just wonder, what would anna nicole say?
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in pink every day, i would think i'm doing a pretty good job. ? happy birthday to you ? >> dannielynn is now in fifth grade. she is not beyond suggesting that her father should get back into the dating game. larry says is he still working on his dance moves which apparently dannielynn does not approve of his dab. but i'll have much more of my interviews tonight on access hollywood. >> thank you very much. beautiful little girl, too. >> absolutely. coming up woodley is here. but first, this is "today" on
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most far reaching security breach in u.s. intelligence history. take a look. >> what is this? >> oh. just -- leave that there. that's russian hackers. agency says they can activate web cams now. >> that's creepy. >> yes. really bothering me. >> whatever. it's not a big deal. you shouldn't let it bother you. >> it's not a big deal? >> no. >> what? that somebody could be watching me right now? >> >> this really gets into not just what he had ward snowden did but kind of explores why. lindsey kind of sheds light on that. she is the girlfriend. as i understand it, they're still together. what do you think she brought in terms of his motivation? >> motivation in terls of what he did? >> yeah. >> i can't speak to that because i'm not lindsey. but they had been together for a
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documents that he released. i think any time obviously that you have a life partner or you really love someone on a very deep level it raises the stakes for all decisions you make, let alone the decision to do something that you know could potentially cost you your life. she never knew -- >> she didn't know this was coming. >> she didn't know any of it. >> oliver stone directing the film. i understand you wrote him a letter telling him why you want to play this part. >> i did. i wrote him a letter just to s i was 23 when i read the screen play for the first time. when, again, ed disclosed the information a few years ago it really impacted my life knowing that rt so of your suspicions of like, oh, i bet something -- i bet somebody could go into this camera or record this conversation, where those were validated and confirmed. for me this script, this movie, isn't about whether you agree with ed snowden or whether you don't, you think he is a hero or a traitor. we hear that constantly.
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poster child that a lot of us like to comment on and the actions that poster child made. but it humanizes him and grounds him. i just thought it was courageous and brave and really neat that a big hollywood director like oliver stone -- he is the only person who could make a movie like this -- was willing to tell a story that was so relevant and happening in real time today. >> you actually got a chance to meet lindsey. she's very, very private. but you were well in to shooting but you did have a chance to meet with her. did that help inform or make you had it right when i did this portrayal? >> i met her three months after we began. there were definitely physical mannerisms i was like, oh, man! i wish i could have implemented that into the character. but in some regards it was nice to keep her a little bit private and to keep what makes her her a little sacred and not revealed to the public.
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"diverge a "divergent." you won't do the fourth movie? >> i said i didn't sign up for a tv show. >> you won't do the fourth movie? >> well, if it is a movie. they haven't finalized any decision so it is actually a moot point to talk about it now with all due respect to those involved. i'm not sure where they stand. we are in a limbo waiting game. >> you are saying there is a chance. >> i would love to. i signed up to tell the whole story. i would love to do so. nothing would make me co-star gordon levitt. "snowden" hits theaters on friday. harry connick jr. on top of the world of daytime television. but first, this is "today"
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harry connick jr. has already conquered music and acting. >> starting today, he is entering the daytime tv fray "harry." now how did you come up with that name? >> it was years of planning. we were supposed to go on the air ten years ago but couldn't think of a name. >> you're a talk show host now. how do you like it? >> it's so fun. we're having a blast. we've already done our first week of shooting. just having a ball. >> how do you describe the show to people? we've been lucky enough to get over there, feel the set. it is unlike any daytime show i've ever been on. there is a white piano over
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few numbers. >> it is a party in the middle of the day. when you go to a party you don't know what to expect. there is going to be a lot of fun people, music and spontaneity. that's what this show is all about. we're going to have a good time. >> this is your real band, right? they sound so, so good. >> it is amazing. we just play whenever, whatever, sometimes i'll sing, sometimes i'll play. sometimes -- every once in a while people sit in and play music with us. >>y >> did she sing? >> i have to tell you, you are a pretty good piano player, man. >> oh, well -- chopsticks. >> those are things not a lot of people notice. the way your hands on the keys. >> we had fun. >> sounds like it. >> i took piano lessons at age 6 and i became 6 again in harry's presence. sandra bullock is your first guest. >> she is. >> you guys have that awesome connection, that new orleans connection. >> we have a great new orleans connection. she's done unbelievable things for my hometown in new orleans.
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when she came on the show as my first guest, you can't expect to actually say yes because they don't know what kind of show i will be. but she came. you all came. >> you go over there, a lot of producers say that's how it is going to happen. producer said, harry just wants to talk to you, man. >> i like to do that. you guys are the best at being on tv. when i talk to both of l, is very, very easy. some people like to have a preinterview, i think that's great. if they want to talk about what they want to talk about, we're all for that. but if they just want to drop by -- terrance howard came by. we didn't know what we were going to talk about. it was a crazy, fun interview. >> it's so much more spontaneous. this is a new skill you are acquiring and practicing. what's been the hardest thing about being a talk show host so far? >> you know, i don't think of it as hard. the -- you guys know. what's the worst thing that can
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dealing with serious issues, politics and social issues and medical issues and things like that. i'm an entertainer. this is just a party among many other shows throughout the day. what's going to happen? my voice is going to crack or -- you know? we're just having a good time. so it hasn't been hard. >> when you dreamed up the show and you are coming up with guest list. sandra bullock for the first show. is there some dream guest who's out there? >> i tend to think about how cool it would be to get like a dick van dyke or a carol burnett or tim conway or don rickles, people like that. or all the great musicians that we could get, tina turner. that would be incredible. >> i think you just booked them on the "today" show. >> you're still making music. >> oh, yeah. >> you'll still do movies from time to time, i hope. >> for sure. i'll probably end up playing more music on this show than i will on the road. i think if people tune in today
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music on the show. >> we will be watching. i can say from the inside, it is a total blast. people are going to love it. "harry" premiers today. check your local listings. billy and tamron are
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>> the patriots winners out west despite the absepss of brady and gnc. >> breaking overnight. vandals target an islamic center in new hampshire.
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>> a great tribute for jimmy garoppolo. the pats winning the girs game of the season without qb tom brady. >> looking for answer after vandals target an islamic center in nashua. a healthcare for hillary clinton. while she'll be taking a break from the campaign trail. good monday morning everybody. thanks for joining us. it's 9:00 a.m. i'm sarah french. i'm christa delcamp. very refreshing it's kind of nice. wakes you right up. not too cold out there. we're warming up nicely. low-to-mid 40s this morning. we now bounced back into the lower-to-middle 60s perfect day with a low humidity and on the of sunshine in place. northwesterly wind at # miles per hour. the sea breeze kicks in and coolest at the coastline. clear skies throughout the afternoon.


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