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last night i made a mistake. and i took an action that i can't take back. >> i'm sick and tired of you guys. the last guy that came in here did the same thing. get the hell out of here. >> snatching victory from the jaws of aost sudden defeat. a pushy president trump shoves and lectures his way to today's all-important meeting to the g-7 leaders as his son-in-law is now under scrutiny by the fbi as part of the russian investigation. 50 million americans facing a severe weather risk including a high threat of tornadoes. a routine traffic stop turns ugly as an officer is attacked. and a reminder to be extra fu
this memorial day weekend. good morning. and happy friday to you. i'm frances rivera. breaking overnight, just 24 hours after that controversial body slam of a reporter, greg gianforte is heading to washington as montana's sole house lawmaker. he beat ryan zinke. >> we want a congressman who will work with president trump to make america and montana great again. >> the win capped off a whirlwind final day of a campaign that saw gianforte charged for allegedly assaulting a reporter. it was caught by the reporter's audio recorder. >> i'll talk to you about that later. >> yes, but there's not going to be time. >> speak with shane please. >> i'm sicknd
guys. the last guy that came in here did the same thing. get the hell out of here. >> jesus! >> get the hell out of here. >> yes, you just broke my glasses. you just body slammed me and broke my glasses. >> gianforte made his first public statement since he was charged for that assault and offered a full-throated apology. >> last night i made a mistake. and i took an action that i can't take back. and i'm not proud of what happened. i should not have responded in the way that i did and for that i'm sorry. >> and you're forgiven. >> i should not have treated that reporter that way. and for that i'm sorry, mr. ben
jacobs. >> the congressman-elect expected to be sworn in when the house returns in june. but before that he'll have to face a montana judge over his assault charges. exclusive word that the president's son-in-law and senior adviser jared kushner is now under scrutiny by the fbi in the investigation about russia. just as the senate intel committee unanimously voted to grant leaders blanket authority to issue subpoenas in their own russian investigation. it's a fast moving story that we've been following all night for you. tracie potts has the latest from washington. >> reporter: hi, frances, good morning. it looks like jared kushner might not only talk to the senate intelligence committee which he's agreed to do, but the fbi may want to talk to him as well. multiple sources are telling nbc that he's under scrutiny by the fbi. now, let's clarify. that does not mean he's a subject or target of the investigationik
security adviser mike flynn, and it does not mean that he's necessarily done anything wrong or committed a crime, but he may know information that they need in this investigation. here's why that's significant. we know that jared kushner had at least two meetings with russian officials, with the russian ambassador and with a banker out of russia who, by the way, used to be an intelligence trainee that came under scrutiny of u.s. sanctions for three years. that information may aid in this investigation. what's his attorney say about it? take a look. his attorney says that kushner has cooperated with congress and he will cooperate with any other inquiry. the justice department isn't saying a lot at all. in fact, take a look at this statement. they're saying neither confirming nor denying that there's an investigation. of course, we already know that from testimony here. nor are they confirming or denying that
scrutiny or subject or anything connected to that investigation. but sources are telling us they want to talk to him. >> thank you. president trump is in sicily this morning, the start of the g-7 summit and the last stop on a foreign tour that's taken him to the middle east, across europe and included meetings with a slew of word leaders. nbc's jay gray is in sicily this morning. how will the president be finishing up this trip? >> reporter: good morning. with intense talks here, frances. look, we've seen war ships in the water behind me here, we've seen soldiers on the ground and tense security on this island as those leaders of seven nations gather for their meetings. one of the newest members of that group, president trump, under intense scrutiny after some strong words yesterday in belgium. president trump bullish in brussels, appearing to push aside the prime minister of montenegro to get to the front w
>> nato finally contribute their fair share. >> reporter: and scolding european leaders for not meeting defense funding obligations. currently only the u.s. and four other member countries do. >> this is not fair to the people and taxpayers of the united states. >> reporter: mr. trump faced some confrontation as well. british prime minister theresa may furious about intelligence leaks in the investigation of the manchester attack. the president in a written statement promising to get to the bottom of it and ordering a justice department review. today secretary of state rex tillerson will visit the uk to try to ease frustrations and concerns. as president trump takes his seat at the g-7 summit in sicily where the white house expects a robust discussion on trade and climate change. during his campaign, mr. trump, who has called global warming a hoax promised to walk away from u.s. commitments to cut greenhouas
he's expected to be pushed on that here but has said he won't make a final decision before returning to washington. let's get back to that push in brussels. the white house saying the president was simply moving to his assigned spot for that group photo. when asked, the prime minister of montenegro said it was nothing, no big deal. >> nbc's jay gray, thank you. we're taking it all the way to the supreme court. that's what attorney general jeff sessions is saying this morning after a federal appeals court upheld one of the two bans on enforcing president trump's controversial executive order restricting travel from six predominantly muslim criminals. the virginia fourth circuit court of appeals voted 10-3 to uphold a decision by a maryland judge who said the order amounted to unconstitutional religious discrimination. the fourth circuit even cited mr. trump's own campaign words in their decision, claiming his past statements
motivated his executive orders, his desire to exclude muslims from the united states. the search for accomplices in the deadly bombing in manchester continues this morning with police continuing raids. so far ten people have been detained the and eight remain in custody for questioning. we're also getting a new look at suspected bomber salman abedi reported to be seen in this video taken by a neighbor. police are also investigating statements his sister made to "the wall street journal" saying abedi wanted revenge for u.s. bombings in syria. kelly cobiella joins us from manchester. the chief constable called the later arrests substantial. what did they mean by that? >> reporter: he isn't going into detail by what that might mean but highly unusual for a top law enforcement officer like him to even get into that much detail about an ongoing investigation. the big question is have they gotten any closer to finding a bombmaker in this case. the
at critical, which means an attack may be imminent. i want to take you just for a moment to see this incredible sea of flowers and stuffed animals and balloons that's growing by the day. people were here throughout the day yesterday and already coming again this morning to pay their respects. this as we're learning more about the suspected bomber's possible motivation. the sister of salman abedi apparently telling "the wall street journal" that he was very angry about bombings in syria. the associated press out with another report citing an unnamed relative saying he was angry about the treatment of muslims in this country, specifically the killing of an 18-year-old here in manchester last year. she said, quote, this was all about rage. there were more raids overnight. the searches continue throughout manchester. the bomb squad was called in and there was a neighborhood that was evacuated in wigan for a short time overnight. as i mentioned o
eight. >> kelly cobiella, thank you. kind of a bumpy start for the memorial day weekend with 51 million people from texas to virginia in the path of severe weather. bill karins has the alarming details. not a great start here. >> no, potentially a dangerous day, a bunch of tornadoes could also occur in areas of arkansas, missouri, oklahoma, kansas. the people in the dallas area all the way back to virginia. more wind damage through tennessee, kentucky, north carolina. the area of orange is where the biggest threat of the tornadoes will be. also very large hail. portsmouth, little rock, and paducah, all these areas have to be under concern as we head into the beginning of our holiday weekend. here's a different depiction of where the severe weather outbreak will possibly be and there's also nice weather in new england, the southeast and also the west for the start of the weekend. that's a look at the big weather story of the
closer look at your day ahead. nor'easter type storm exiting new england through the first half of today. feels like the middle of summer in san angelo. dallas going up to 97, san antonio right behind it, 97. well, in washington state one woman found out the hard way what happens when you leave a can of hair spray in a hot car. how have we never heard of this before? it exploded and she found it lodged in her windshield. fire officials say a vehicle's interior can reach 140 degrees on a 90-degree day. no one was hurt. >> i have done this for decades. carried these around, bill, nonstop. who would ever think that could happen? >> i think a lot of people leave it in their car. >> now we know, thank you. an extremely distracted driver got those details when a seemingly routine traffic stop turns into be any
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last night was a mess as a fire prompted evacuations in downtown stockton, california. the fire spread to a nearby neighborhood destroying homes. one william was treated for burns. despite windy conditions they were able to get the blaze under control. arson investigators are working to determine the cause. a traffic stop turned ugly in michigan when the driver assaulted a police officer while trying to run away. the scuffle started as the officer tried to cuff the driver. watch here. the pair ends up on the ground and the struggle continues for several moments here. police say the driver reached for his weapon at one point. he called for backup and the driver was arrested after a foot chase. police say the officer did pull his gun but never had to fire. the officer suffered bruising but is back on the job. a milwaukee resident said he's lucky to be alive.
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fast forwarding into friday. former secretary of state hillary clinton addresses the graduating class of her alma mater, wellesley college, while mike pence sneaks at the u.s. naval academy's graduation. on sunday the veep will be at his home state of indiana to attend the 101st indianapolis 500. could this be a sign of things to come? police in dubai are showing off their own robo cop. it's the first that will patrol malls and tourist attractions. people will be able to use them to report crimes by using a touch screen. amazon tops a cool grand. we're watching your money before the holiday weekend. good morning. >> good morning. s,
it's ticking higher once again after opening the session lower. it's almost 5% fall in wti and brent. after opec came out with confirmation of a nine-month extension to the existing deal. it didn't necessarily disappoint, it's just that markets wanted more. we got a bounce in oil earlier in the month when the deal was bandied about in the press by the saudis and the iranians. yesterday's deal didn't give anything additional which is what markets were hoping for. indeed, it is oil stocks that are dragging european equities lower this morning. something to watch out in the u.s. today, look out for the oil sector. can amazon crack the $1,000 ceiling today. it closed at 993. finally disney is breathing a sigh of relief as ceo bob
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>> now on "news 4 today" after a week of tributes, friends and family prepare to say good-bye to a slain bowie state student. congress, what do representatives elects have to ready for maine northerly day. before you pack up the car and go. news 4 goes now. >> a live look at the bay bridge where people are already headed to the beach this morning.
on the road. >> good morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> that's them. >> you were going to say sheena, weren't you? >> i was going to call you something else but i can't say it on tv. >> this is a family program. >> we have a very pleasant day coming your way for today. there's a live picture over downtown washington. storms from last night are gone. still a few lingering showers out there. they're not severe. they're going to last that long. we'll have more sunshine than we've seen for most of the week. there are heit-and-miss drops here. our future weather model carries that first little wave of shower chances here over the next hour or
once again could be a short lived shower or two, but on the whole it's going to be a nice day today. a little on the breezy side from time to time. northwest winds though, that will bring a nice low humidity. right now we're in the mid to upper 50s across the area. afternoon highs in the mid to upper 70s. 20%. you can't get better than that. >> i like that, mr. bell. inner loop and outer loop of the beltway, okay. again, as aaron said, if you're headed out of town today, want to leave early or you want to leave much later in the afternoon or evening. taking a look at the top of the beltway, that's where we're seeing the rain. 95 bw parkway, if you're leaving early, 270 southbound from frederick to the spur, no issues there. northbound, same situation. no problems. 270 is nice and clear. we did have earlier road work to tell you about
has cleared and a live look at r loop just fine. aaron? >> melissa, thank you. breaking news while you were sleeping. candidate charged with assaulting a reporter won the election. >> molette green has what greg gianforte is saying. >> reporter: an apology from the newly elected congressman talked to his supporters about body slamming a reporter for "the guardian." >> last night i learned a lesson. please. i need to share something from my heart here and i just ask you to bear with me. when you make a mistake, you have to own up to it. that's the montana way. >> reporter: now the montana republican beat his opponent yesterday. most of the votes were
mail-in ballot before he was chut the charges. he is due in court in a couple of weeks. back to you, eun. >> thank you, molette. it is 4:30. right now president donald trump is on the final leg of his first over seas trip. he is at the g7 summit in italy where he meets with heads of other major economic powers. this morning everyone is talking about this video. take a look. it appears as though president trump pushed aside the prime minister of monte sn egro so he could move to the front of the group. this happened as the leaders were getting ready to take a group pictures yesterday. the president was just moving to his assigned place. markevich said it was harmless. the fbi investigation into the trump family has hit the circle. jared kushner is under the