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. >> a second night of violent protests. images of the suspected new york bomber delivering up with of his devices. plus, telling new polls on the ballot just days before the presidential debate. "early today" starts right now. >> good morning, i'm gigi stone woods. >> i'm frances rivera.
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after one protester was shot from a civilian on civilian shooting. another so far as injured when a second night of violence overtook the streets t. shooting victim remains in critical condition. ry i don't get and looting can be seen throughout the downtown charlotte area. police can be seen in riot gear down the striets in charlotte's downtown area. one person told nbc news exactly why he was streets. >> we're out here to send a message that we will no longer allow people to be killed by police officers. we're not going to allow it. from has to be a sense of accountability on all sides, especially from the police department. especially when there's people being killed and there is no one held accountable for it. it's not about violence, it's about standing and letting them
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i will not give an inch t. mem they say we are the city, i'm not taking a step back. >> the second night of riots came after an african-american male keith lamont scott was shot when they were sev serving another individual with a kwarnt. they found scott and he refused to drop his weapon, his family says he was picking up his son and carrying a book when the altercation occurred. police say there was no book on the scene. the city's mayor says she has yet to view any police video of the incident. she says she plans on doing so this evening. the officer that multiu ultimately shot scott did not have a body cam on during the incident. for more, sar remarks what's the latest out there in charlotte? >> reporter: yeah, the atmosphere in uptown charlotte now is calm. as you can see, there are
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different than it was a couple hours ago when people were mauveng up and down the streets, holding signs, saying no justice, no police. police are being adamant that the man that was seriously wounded by shot by a civilian, not an officer. we do know he is on life support fighting for his life this morning. this as i mentioned as protesters took to the streets, protesting the shooting death of police tuesday. racial tensions boiling over, overnight, after yet another officer-involved shooting. now, the unrest and the bias continues for a second night, bringing out the police officers in riot gear, trying to do everything possible to try to calm the crowd here, using flash grenades, rubber bullet, tear gas, to separate the calm and get them to leave. hundreds of these people are fought listening to these officer, again, protesting the
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city. people were ducking for cover. today governor pat mccore i have send in the national guard. he is sending in some other people the highway patrol to help police here in charl to try to calm some of these crowd and the protesters. reporting live in charlotte, now back to you. >> thank you very much. the country is taking a stand with the and taking a knee, now football's most recognizable face, richard sherman, is also speaking out, choosing not to take questions from reporters during a media available. instead, making a statement and taking a stand. >> these last couple days, gunshot, more video to come out, and i think people still miss
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it's not right for people to get killed in the streets. immediately in the campaign trail, both hillary clinton and donald trump days before they are set to scare off in the presidential debate. trump is calling for a national stop and frisk program. >> up with of the things i would dop i think you have to. in new york it worked incredibly well. have you to be pro active. you know, you really help people change their minds automatically, you understand? you have to have -- in my opinion, i see what's going on here, i see what's going on in chicago. i think stop and frisk. >> he made those at an african-american concerns in a town hall.
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help of don king concert promoter, who used a racial epitat when talk introducing trump. >> trump in item sa and checkpoint was urging change. >> now, did she get scared? was she choking? what happened. but maybe people like that people that choke, people that doing what they're doing. >> there is still much we don't know about what happened in both incidents, but we do know that we have two more names to add to a list of african-americans killed by police officers in these encounters. it's unbearable and it needs to become intolerable. >> now,s they state wide polls
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carolina, other poms paint a different picture. polls across the country show clinton beating trump by seven points in a two-way matchup a. whopping 69% of respondents say they have concerned over trump's comments and language on women, immigrants and muslims. while a combined 64% say they are concerned of clinton's use of a private e-mail server. trump holds a rally in pennsylvania, while his running ma 9/11, chelsea is stumping for her mother in ohio. tim kaine heads to nevada. to new york and new jersey, chiming new under surveillance video shows the spect ahmad rahami with the pressure cooker and a jourpal on him at the time
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terror. nbc's miguel almaguer has more. >> new under surveillance video obtained by nbc news is said to show ahmad rahami moments after the first explosive he planted in new york city sped off. he grabbed a suitcase, stopping to fiddle with it before continuing on, also seeing two unidentified many enwho allegedly took behind a explosive device inside, investigators now want to know who they are. >> they are witnesses. there are no criminal charges, not in jeopardy of being arrested. >> fueled by hate, rahami prepared this for months. a congressman put up what he said is his bloody notebook. >> it is clear from this journal
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spokesman. >> written inside says the fbi, god willing, the sounds of the bombs will be heard in the streets. gunshots to your police, death to your oppression. the chilling look at the suspect who is said to have watched jihadi videos paints the pick of a calculating violent xtremist, after years of trips to afghanistan and pakistan, in june, the fbi says he ordered materials on ebay name to build bombs. investigators believe relative took video of him lighting incendiary material in the back yard, a burn mark clearly invisible. one of his brothers was detained and is now in the custody of u.s. authorities. the suspect's wife said to be cooperating was interrogated in the united arab emirates. his mother is believed to be in turkey. more family in new jersey, questioned at helpingth.
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almaguer. still ahead, an epipen mess on capitol hill. bill karins has details on the weather. >> we have green and iowa and emergencies for certain areas, these thunderstorms are still linkering here. yes, there is heavy rain, numerous flash flood warnings, i-nine is the close in the austin area. we will continue to watch this story with heavy story of the day, now, here's a closer look at your day ahead. well, the hot heavy rain from des moines, as we go throughout the day and how about this for the fall, temperatures in the 90s from dallas to shreveport. "early today" will be back in two. oday" will be back in two.
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in walk, congress prepares to override a veto for the first time since the president took office. mr. obama is expected to veto a bill on friday that allows families to sue saudi arabia for any role in the terrorist attacks t. bill has major national security and diplomatic consequences for the occupation, potentially damaging its own sovereign immunity. still, it unanimously passed both the house and senate. supporters of the bill say it shouldn't jeopardize the u.s. alliance with the saudi, punishing those involved. 15 of the 19 hijackers were saudis, they don't any role in the attacks. outrage continues over the soaring costs of epimen e pens after the mylan ceo was suspended for the price hike on capitol hill. the cost of the life sake drug increased 400% in recent years, congress now blasting her for the dramatic ride and the 600%
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nbc's tom costello has more. >> she may be senator man chinchin's daughter. >> have you five executives in five years that earned nearly $300 million. >> mylan pharmaceuticals is accused of driving up the price from under $100 to more than $600 in ten years. >> they've raised the prices, the other reason being i believe of our constituents. >> we've worked diligently and invested to make epipens more available. >> reporter: in seattle, julie brown says the price hike puts it out of reach for families that need it. >> i've heard numerous stories of people bo have chosen to go without an auto injector at all because they couldn't afford one. >> reporter: mylan says it spent
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skepticism. >> they drive back to their mansions and your private jets and laugh all the way to the bank. >> reporter: but even after a public shaming, american families will still be left paying the price. >> nbc's tom costello reporting. fast forwarded today. a new jersey police officer will visit a local grade school to thank students for their cards and well wishes. he was hit in his bulletproof vest during a moments before ahmad rahami was injured. jacoby brissett may make history. you are watching "early today," it will be a big story. ay," it will be a big story. that's why our craftsmen season every sausage perfectly. so you can coax out great flavor effortlessly.
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good morning, in a "today" exclusive, down with priscilla chance and facebook founder mark zuckerberg to describe the new 3 billion spread. a major data breach story developing right now, cnbc cane tso has it covered this morning. >> we saw seven pop yesterday
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weekend to touch for hillary clinton and encourage the voter registration. so you pull in all these names, all these faces, it makes a difference. >> i think you know which side they're on, too. meanwhile, actress and u.n. good will ambassador emma watson is speaking out against campus sexual violence, she gave a powerful speech at carmine university to be the catalyst of minorities and anyone who may be vulnerable is a right not a privilege. a right that will be respected. >> very busy for emma watts getting the message out there. "beauty and the beast" she's working on that. and on oscar winner initially responded to brangelina affairs rumors. she suspected he cheated on
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