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call 1-800-341-9716. >> the first thing we need to do make sure we continue to support her. >> words from the father of a baby girl who is back in new jersey after being born prematurely, and stranded overseas for months, i am christina park, antwan lewis has the night on. >> the couple went to portugal 4 months before here due date. see this had twins, one did not survive. the family returned home today. >> we're standing here today because of the support that everyone has given us. >> reporter: the sprat family with haden, flew in after a
bitter-sweet 4 month ordeal. >> we found out we were pregnant we did research on what it would be safe to frey, everything we read said, around less than 30 weeks. >> reporter: fred and his wife kim had a trip planned to port portugal long before they knew they were expecting twins, they left in may, kim was 6 months pregnant after 4 doctors gave her the okay. she report into -- these went into labor on mother's day. their son did not survive, and haden was very weak tobly back on a plane. then sprouts were posting about their ordeal on-line, and an outpouring of the community led to a change of heart. >> i got call they were paying for everything, which was thursday night, they said, you are leaving on sunday.
>> they traveled, on a medically equipped plane with a doctor and a nurse onboard, a go fund me pain page has over $50,000 in donation to help haden. >> in the beginning we were nervous that how haden would respond, but, she did very well. you know, no surprise she handled the last 4 months like a chance. >> reporter: grandparents waited to welcome them home. >> i went wait to held -- hold her and play with her and tickle her. >> haden right now will be in the hospital for a little bit. we need to make sure that they look forward to bringing kim back -- haden back on portugal when she gets older, to thank
the doctors and the nurses. christina: the beaches were packed this weekend. audrey puente is in our weather center with a look at our forecast. audrey: we had a really nice weekend, the good weather will continue to monday, today's highs in 80s, slightly above average in many spots, we hit 90 in poughkeepsie, it was 70s in montauk and belmar 81. right now 68 in belmar, we have 60 degree readings in sussex, and 74 in central park, the numbers are slightly warmer than they were this time yesterday, they will go up to next couple of days, right now dewpoints are comfortable in low 60s to mid 50s, these numbers will rise,
it will get humid across the fry say the -- tri-state area, tuesday to wednesday. we're under the influence of high pressure, that bring us clear night, and setting us up for a nice holiday, we're expecting mostly sunny skies, temperatures in 80s, some spots could have highs near 90, warmer tomorrow, and more humid tuesday, details coming up. christina: it looks like it will be a perfect day for tomorrow's indian day carnival in city heights. they have been putting the finishing touches on everything, the celebration of caribbean culture starts at 11 a.m. >> today, pope francis asked catholic in europe to shelter the migrants leaving, death, war and hunger, stacy delikat with more. >> reporter: officials say this
is worse refugee crisis since world war ii, the hope is urging european -- pope is urging european churches to do their part. as migrants from least and africa continue to flood europe, a call to action from the vatican. >> faced with the tragedy of tens of thousands of refugees, ons road in hope of a better life, the gospel calls us, asks to give hem them a real hope. >> reporter: pope francis announced that vatican will host two families. refugees leaves war and hunger. he calls on monasteries, and convents and churches across europe to do the same. in germany, thousands of refugees arrive by train, they
were welcome by volunteers. but not all were greeted as warmly, this one in greece, pushing and shoving issue as tensions, rent -- erupt between port authorities and my migrant refugees, others had to walk hundreds of miles to the austrian border. the refugees, like these men from syria, say it is far better than the alternative of remaining in a war torn country. >> it is we just want to live peacefully, we don't want to intervene in this conflict. >> reporter: as for what united states government is doing, we're much farther from syria than european nations but state department said 1500 syrian refugees have been admitted here, and 300 expected by the end of october.
christina: thank you, controversial erain nuclear iran nuclear program is gaining more support today, colin powell, and debbie wassermann schultz backed agreement, on meet the press, powell called the agreement a pretty good deal. >> i studied carefully the outline of the deal, and what is in the deal, i have looka the opposition of the deal, my judgment after balancing those two sets of information is, that it a pretty good deal. christina: they have clinched the amount of votes to ensure that white house up holds that deal. >> and former new york city mayor rudy guliani blames mayor de blasio for the city's homeless crisis, in a op-ed piece. in "new york post," he wrote de blasio's belief that people have a right to live on the streets
is inhuman, indecent and dangerous. as mayor he said he got people off of the streets by providing solutions to their problems. it is a contradict to describe stance of progressive it should be regarded as retrogressive, so far mayor de blasio has not responded. christina: a texas school district suspend two football players who collided with a referee, watching a game friday night, two san antonio schools, the school district is calling this disturbing. the refugee was hit -- referee was hit, two players have been ejectorred. christina: what a difference a day makes. after being noncommittal about his pitching status you, mets
pitcher matt harvey said he will be available, wow? good news. duke: a little bit of difference from 6 6:00. matt harvey saying he is pitching in post season after all, he wants to help the mets win, and will pitch in october. i have to think he felt the backlash from media and the fans who were crushing him on social media, he took to twitter, in part saying, i understand the risk. i am also fully aware of the feup that mets opportunity that mets have this post season, once we get there i will be there. coming up on "sports extra" we'll talk with jay jaffe of "sports illustrated," about all this, and read some of your very interesting tweets.
this is just blowing up twitter tonight. all day yesterday. and tonight,. christina: a lot of tweets you can't read on air. duke: some of those too. christina: thank you, duke, the race for white house is heating up, a major shake up in race for democratic presidential nomination. >> remember that drone crash at u.s. open last week? we'll tell you about a similar incidence at that another sporting even this weekend. >> the fan who is covering next. so everyone is saying, "hey! you gotta get fios!" but why? well, fios is a 100 percent fiber optic network to the home, so you can get access to the fastest internet and in-home wi-fi available. and fios gives you big capacity too. so everyone in the house can get online. but the main reason to get fios? we're rated number 1 in customer satisfaction. ultimately, that's why. get 50 meg fios internet, tv & phone starting at $79.99 a month.
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christina: things are shaking up in the race for the democratic presidential combination, according to a new poll, senator bernie sanders is leading hillary clinton in new hampshire, and closing the gap in iowa. jeb bush, and todd walker have tumbled to single digit support. >> reporter: hillary clinton starts a two day swing through iowa, yesterday in new hampshire, in those two states, she is looking less and less invents inible. with bernie sanders beating
clinton by 9 points. when you start on topaz clinton did, there is nowhere to go but down, those polls highlight a troubling trend for clinton. and she only has herself to blame. >> with respect to personal services he provided to me and my family, we paid for these services. did so because during a period of time, we continued to need his technological assistance, and i think that is in the pub public record. >> reporter: it will come in october, she has to testify before the benghazi committee one week after the first democratic debate. but, there will have already been two republican debates, the second one is just 10 days away. and now that cnn changed its
rules it seems more and more like carly fiorini will make the cut. >> thousands of people, across country, who said, you know this is not fair, we want to hear from her, good for them, i appreciate that. >> reporter: not set in stone but imagine fiorina and trump on the same debate stage, it should be good, fox news in washington. christina: police investigating a drone crash that occurred last night at university of kentucky stadium near the suite level before kickoff. report say that drone's owner is a student, is being questioned. no one was hurt, and there was no damage on the stateium. -- stadium, police are deciding if any action should be taken. christina: yesterday's incidents is justs day a drone crashed intoism empty seats at u.s. open. >> and it was a gorgeous outside today, scene in little brazil, hundreds pack for annual
brazilian street party today. the weather was amazing for them. will it carry over? audrey with the forecast. audrey: i think we can do that, we're expecting a beautiful day across the region. today is a 2k3w-d a -- good one, 87 degrees, and this morning we start with a comfortable 65. right now at 74, dewpoint, very nice levels, in like 50 range here is 56 for dewpoint, 53% humidity, winds out of south-southwest that will pump in more humidity and heat. right now, comfortable across many areas, 69 in month take, 74 in bring port, same number in central park. now are winds are light, the low temperatures will be in 50s
and 60s across much of the region, north and west of the city, a great night to give the ac a break, and open the windows allow, fresher, cooler, dryer air into your home. and satellite radar, keeping it dry across northeast. we keep an eye on a system sitting to the west, a front that ignites showers and storms in areas across wisconsin and iowa, southern minnesota. that will be very slow to work eastward, ahead of it, a southwest windfall will continue to pump up heat over next couple of days, before that front arrives about thursday. we'll see a chance of showers. tonight, dry, mainly clear across the area, that is how we start monday, a few high thin clouds from time to time, but overall mostly sunny, tuesday, we'll have humidity. sunshine, the sky may be stricter eled with thin clouds
but no rain. -- may be sprinkled with a few thin clouds but no rain. we have wet weather toward atlantic in last rain now disappeared, what is tropical storm grace, on the path it will move across atlantic to lesser antilles by the end of next week, by that point it weaken to a depression, but will provide rain there. tonight, clear, nice. but cool in suburbs, lows in to 50s, north and west of stay, sunny skies tomorrow, warmer as our numbers close on 90. a great day to be out at beach again. and rip current risk is moderate, your uv index high. if you are headed to u.s. open a beautiful day, it will get warm by middle part, temperatures in low to mid 80s, but a beautiful night for the matches. tuesday, sunshine, humidity will rise.
feel uncom uncomfortable for tuesday afternoon, and scattered showers and thunderstorms to thursday, and friday. next weekend, expecting a good one, nice, dry, weather, and temperatures in upper 70s to low 80s. christina: we lucked out this metallica. metallica. christina: watch this. yeah. heavy metal going to the dogs, this drum playing pug. hard rocking hound. banging out metallica's enter the sand man, it is going viral. no word on it they offered pug a spot onstage.
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