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back. we are warming up. temperatures, low 70s right now. we'll take the temperatures to the 80s for day time highs. by lunch, it'll feel like 80 degrees. a touch of humidity out there this afternoon. more humidity tomorrow. i'll let you know how warm we'll get tomorrow, monday and more on maria in ten minutes. a team of local first responders helping hurricane maria victims in the u.s. virgin islands and puerto rico. virginia task force one tweeting out pictures from yesterday, showing the crews hard at work on st. croix. the elite group of first responders tweeting out this video. it shows them performing a wide area search. this is it right here. in puerto rico. maryland task force one left puerto rico last night. senator john mccain delivers another tough blow against his own party's effort to repeal the nation's health
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nbc reports on the future of the republican's newest health care law after mccain says no. >> reporter: it's not a fatal blow but arizona republican senator john mccain says he will not vote for his party's latest effort to repeal and replace the affordable care act. mccain says there are too many unknowns for him to support the graham/cassidy bill, and called for a bipartisan effort to fix obamacare. writing, quote, i believe we could do better working together, republicans and democrats, and have not yet really tried. >> mccain, as we saw in his lengthy statement today, has issues with this bill. he said he can't in good conscious vote for it. >> reporter: mccain joins kentucky's rand paul in opposing the bill. one more republican no vote and the bill would be dead. maine's susan collins says she's leaning toward voting no, as well. earlier, president trump projected confidence the republican's seven-year effort to repeal obamacare would finally happen. friday night at a campaign event in alabama, trump
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>> repeal and replace. john mccain's last campaign was all about repeal and replace. repeal and replace. so he decided to do something different, and that's fine. and i say, we still have a chance. we're going to do it eventually. we'll do it eventually. with luther and everybody, we'll do it. >> reporter: comedian jimmy kimmel outspoken for months on republican's efforts, after his infant son needed heart surgery, thanking mccain and calling him a hero. >> there was hope mccain's close, personal friend from south carolina, graham, the bill's namesake, would be able to bring mccain along. >> reporter: he couldn't. republicans turn to collins and alaska's lisa murkowski. two votes they must hold if the replacement has any hope of passing. here's a look at what's coming up tomorrow on "meet the press." chuck todd will have exclusive
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nancy pelosi and rand paul. he'll also be joined by the director of legislative affairs. "meet the press" airs every sunday here on nbc 4 at 10:30. this just in. president donald trump tweeting his withdrawal of the white house invitation to the golden state warriors. many members of the nba championship team expressed displeasure of attending if he invited the team. that includes prince george's county native, kevin durant, who led the team to the title in june. the moments of their win, rumors of a white house boycott surfaced. here's what they had to say at the team's media day on friday. >> it'll be tough to change my mind. we'll talk about it as a team and figure out the next steps from there. >> by acting or in not going, hopefully that will inspire some change when it comes to what we tolerate in this country. >> again, donald trump
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tweeting that he will not invite the team to the white house. writing on twitter, going to the white house is considered a great honor for a championship team. steph curry is hesitating, therefore, invitation is withdrawn. the time right now, we're looking at 9:04. all weekend long, the national museum of african-american history and culture is celebrating a birthday. can you believe it? it's been one year, one historic first year for the museum that took a decade to build and open. news 4's jamari stone is on the national mall with how the museum is now marking the big occasi occasion. >> i'm happy jouust to be in th one-year anniversary. >> quinton herschel and his son, jaden, visited the african-american museum of history and culture. what'd you like most about the museum? >> how it taught me more about where i came from. >> reporter: celebrating its first anniversary this weekend. >> it was very exciting for me and my family, to be able to co
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nashville, kentucktennessee, an this moment. >> reporter: donors are having a private celebration. their hard work and generous donations allow people like quinton and jaden to learn african-american history at the museum. >> decades building up to getting the museum open. then millions of people over the last year enjoying it. >> reporter: patty stone is one of the vice chairs of the museum's council. >> tonight is a celebration for all of the people who built it and all the people who have enjoyed it. ♪ >> reporter: and everyone in the community is invited to come and check out free events starting at 10:00 a.m. saturday and 11:00 a.m. on sunday. quinton says the museum is extraordinary. >> just to go back and see history, way before my time, my parents' time and even grandparents' time. so i have a mixture of emotion. >> reporter: a mixture of emotions. nice to see him share the experience with his son. you can read more about this weekend's events on my
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@shomari stone nbc. shomari stone, news 4. teams in lo sthieves in loue targeting you busy moms and dads. this was at the goddard school in ash burn earlier this week. the suspect between the suvs, smashes the window, lunges in, tosses out a purse. then the get away car takes off. the thieves hit three cars parked at schools or daycares in the past week. you need to protect yourself. >> even if you lock the doors, it's important that you don't leave anything there on the seat that would entice a criminal to break into your car. >> so far, no arrests have been made. look at the video. maybe you recognize the guy. maybe you recognize the car. maybe you know the get away driver. if you do, louden county sheriff's office wants to hear from you. >> posted that online, as well. i shared it. the best way to get the word out. share it. that'd be great. 9:07 on
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shred. nbc 4 all state helping you out. >> we do this a lot. we've got this thing down to an art. i know it looks like there's a lot of people in the parking lot this morning at fedex field. you've got to be in line by 11:00 a.m. to get your four boxes -- up to four boxes shredded. as jim hanley said, he's there on the ground, he said they're moving fast, keeping this going. we'll have more on nbc 4 working for you i
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come monday, you'll see something different here on nbc 4. >> megyn kelly will slide in as the host for an all new show during the third hour of the "today" show. nbc reports on kelly's hopes for the show, which will be a blend of news, lifestyle and celebrities. >> i am feeling great. i'm excited. can't wait to get going. >> reporter: when megyn kelly launches her show on monday, it'll be a change after more
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>> it was too combative, too acrimonious, too political, and i am not. >> reporter: megyn kelly today gives her a chance to tackle topics in daytime that weren't top of mind when she worked evenings. >> i'm trying to launch a show that brings people together and makes them feel connected instead of disconnected and unified instead of divided. >> reporter: getting to do it live in front of a studio audience provides a new connection for kelly. she'll felt it in rehearsals. >> it's been electric. you know, their energy comes into me, and mine goes back to them. on and on. audience at home i know will feel it and be uplifted and energized by it. it is kinetic. >> reporter: the audience at "ellen" got to see a different side of kelly's personality. >> i have the sense of humor of a 9-year-old boy. >> so did her 30 rock buddy. jim jimmy fallon. >> you brought me a pie? >> i brought a pie, since we're
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neighbors. >> reporter: kelly showing she's not just a hard-nosed reporter. >> as fun as it was to beat up on politicians every night, i never felt it was my calling. >> reporter: kelly hopes she found the calling with what viewers will see on monday. >> uplifting, empowering, dynamic, compelling, at times provocative and surprising program. >> reporter: one that kelly can't wait to watch. nbc news. turns out, hanging out with your co-workers isn't what gets you out of bed in the morning. believe that? >> seriously? >> yeah. >> oh. >> a new survey finds a majority of americans wake up thinking about money and work. the survey also found folks who woke up thinking about money and work were less likely to hit the snooze button. i guess it motivated them to get out of bed. >> must be the money. where's the song when we need it, right? 9:11. another look at the storm team 4 forecast when we return. >> live look at fedex field now. this is a tailgate of sorts. well, this is the nbc 4 all state community shred.
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>> nbc 4 swag. >> angie, we have familiar faces out there. this is all happening until 11:00 this morning. look at the line. always really popular event on what is a beaut if ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor and i sponsored this ad narrator: ed gillespie says dr. ralph northam doesn't show up? dr. ralph northam was an army doctor and a volunteer medical director at a children's hospice. he passed the virginia law requiring concussion standards for school sports. the smoking ban in restaurants.
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to good paying jobs in virginia. ed gillespie is a washington dc corporate lobbyist. he shows up for whoever pays him. yeah, i just saved a whole lot of money by to geico. we should take a closer look at geico... you know, geico insures way more than cars. boats, motorcycles... even rvs! geico insures rvs? what's an rv? uh, the thing we've been stuck on for five years! wait, i'm not a real moose?? we've been over this, jeff... we're stickers! i'm not a real moose? give him some space. deep breaths, jeff. what's a sticker?!? take a closer look at geico. great savings. and a whole lot more. i'm a lawyer, and i have clients, and i am proud to do what i do on behalf of my clients. narrator: the clients john adams and his team are so proud to work for? banks accused of money laundering. big corporations accused of defrauding taxpayers. and mortgage lenders accused of unfairly foreclosing on homes.
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attorney general the powerful and well-connected can buy. i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad. maybe you want to take some physical activity outside. exercise outside this morning.
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touch more humidity. certainly going to be hot. temperatures are going to be in the mid, possibly upper 80s, but plenty of sunshine throughout the day. and dry. do we have any rain on the forecast? specifically with maria, as she tracks closer to the east coast. too close for comfort if you ask me. we'll talk about her newest track in three minutes. >> thanks, lauryn. we're working for you in the community this morning with what is a popular event. >> oh, yeah. nbc 4 all state community shred. it is happening right now. news 4's jim hanley leading the way out there this morning. helping people not only prevent identity theft but you're directing traffic, which i don't know -- >> which is scary. >> yeah, kind of scary. it's great to see your smiling face on the weekend. >> reporter: it's dpraegreat to with you, too. i just took off my orange vest, because i have been out there dict
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person is in line at 11:00 this morning. this line is moving, folks. don't think you're going to have to wait out here long. everybody has a smile on their face. let's talk to a few of them. we've been handing out nbc 4 working for you swag. a lot of people out here. tell us, how did you hear about this, shred it? >> on the news. on the nbc news. >> reporter: you brought your boxes. we can bring four boxes. >> yeah, four, big boxes. >> reporter: why is this important? lean forward a little bit? >> because of the privacy act, and nbc news is very confidential. i think they would make sure we do the right thing. >> reporter: what did youy get n line? >> 8:00. >> reporter: not bad. you're moving. >> we're moving. >> we have some swag for you. thank you so much. we will probably have more than 4,000 people here. we are shredding tons of paper. monday, we'll have a figure of how that translates into the number of trees and paper. we
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friends from all state insurance. we've been partnering with you on the community shreds for years. joining me now live is glenda. great to see you. you've been working the line, handing out the bags. >> it is awesome. it is awesome to be here. there's so many people. there are people that got here before 6:00 a.m. they come every year. >> reporter: tell me why it is so important for all state to be doing this in the community. >> we like to get involved in the community to help people protect themselves against identity theft. this is your first line of defense. getting rid of your personal documents. we're doing that for you for free today. you can bring up to four boxes. you have until 11:00 a.m. to get into that line. then we have a ton of people. i'm just impress to see how many people got here this morning. >> reporter: we're blown away. everybody is not losing patience. the line is moving quick. we have 14 shred it trucks out here, folks. look what happens to all
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personal papers and documents. bring four boxes out here. we are all over prince george's county from 11:00 to 4:00. after this, guess where you can go to see the nbc nfl bus for tomorrow night's raiders/redskins game. down at national harbor. it is interactive and so cool. we are working for you in prince george's county. back to you guys in the studio. >> all right. we're all over the place. with a celebrity draw like this at shred it, people are shredding like never before. we have to do it more. >> i can't believe you're up before noon on a saturday. this is impressive. >> reporter: david, i wanted to tell you, it is only paper. you can't bring your boxes of beer bottles, you know, you've been stashing. >> you're right. i'll bring my stack of jim hanley autographed pictures to be shredded, okay? >> reporter: there you go. >> thanks, jim. >> see you, guys. >> did you see all the people
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man, it is a huge turnout. that is awesome. >> i'd say to roll the windows down, but it is a little warm for that. >> temperatures in the 70s today. we continue to go ahead and warm everything up. let's show you the maps right now and show you what's going on out there. beautiful morning. look at that. gorgeous. it was a beautiful sunrise behind you earlier for the earlier show. you know, the sun came up, a little before 7:00. beautiful. we'll have sunshine throughout the day. maybe a few, thin clouds, as you can see here and there. for the most part, we're looking good. dense fog. some to the south and west. that's about it. the sunshine is burning a lot of that off. a touch of humidity today but more humidity throughout the day tomorrow. we're still watching maria. if you like the summertime heat, soak it up now. we do have a break in this warm spell. that happens on friday. a front is coming through the
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the front bringing snow to the upper midwest. that'll be pulling through here, dropping our temperatures and scoot ing maria out to sea. the temperatures, lower 60s to 70s. few, high, thin clouds, but that's about it. mid 80s today. it is going to be beautiful, sunny and warm. again, a touch of humidity. we'll keep clear skies going into the overnight. it is going to be a perfect etchietch i -- evening out there. comfortable and mild. tomorrow, temperatures in the upper 80s. should we call it hot tomorrow? average temperature is 77. again, the humidity builds throughout the day. we're watching the tropics, of course. this is hurricane maria. turks and caicos. just north right now. it is a category 3 hurricane. what's happening, we're getting a little shear, especially the southwestern corner, and the winds are swifting iswitching t directions, tearing it apart,
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still a category 3. it weakens more through mid next week. once it is off the coast of north carolina and virginia wednesday and thursday, it's down to a category 1. the water temperature is a little cooler because of jose. but this is the cone of uncertainty. so it can move anywhere within that. again, that's why we continue to watch it for wednesday and thursday of next week. this frontal system will eventually push it out. the frontal system is coming through thursday, friday night. look what happens to the temperatures. they drop all the way through the weekend. enjoy these warm temperatures that we're seeing out there right now. it is wonderful. she was too much. it wasn't fair. that's what i like to think about her being on the uk version of this show. it wasn't fair for everybody else. >> jhud joining the judging panel on "the voice." >> we'll have more on what you have to look forward to for this upcoming season when we c
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at this time, right now, preliminary 6.2 magnitude earthquake, relatively shallow in depth, in mexico. this is a place that is still reeling from the massive quake from earlier on. >> they are dealing with nearly 300 people losing their lives. this is in the center of mexico. no doubt because of the size of
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an aftershock, mind you, it is no doubt being felt in mexico city where we have seen all that cleanup and folks still desperately going into this fifth day, trying to find anyone who may be trapped and still alive, clinging to life. the folks in mexico dealing with more this morning. >> they are, even though time is running out, they are still finding survivors in there. we know that one of the big stories to come out was the collapse of the school, where so many children lost their lives, as will. this is devastating. aftershocks, a real issue and problem. a real fear right now as we can see why this morning. ♪ oh, she may be weary ♪ young girls, they do get weary ♪ ♪ weary >> congratulations. >> is it weird when i watch the show, i feel i'm in a chair, too? i close my
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singing. >> well, this is what we have to look forward to on the upcoming season of the "voice." the show is back monday night with a brand-new judge, grammy and oscar winner jhud, jennifer husba hudson. along with miley cyrus, adam levin and blake shelton, looking for the hottest talent. >> i didn't know she'd just done the uk version. >> yes. >> i didn't know there was a uk version of the "voice" for one. exciting to see. >> that's why they were like, what are you doing? no, come hang with us. that's how all that got started. >> bring her stateside. >> yeah. >> should be a good show. what you got for us? >> all right. so we've got some warm temperatures out there. mid 80s today. upper 80s tomorrow and monday. it'll be hot, angie. turn on the air conditioner. also, david. i tell angie because she's pregnant. >> we're already in a freezer of
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redskins and raiders, if you're headed there, temperatures, going to be beautiful for that. hopefully we can pull out another win. temperatures falling through the 70s. perfect weather for that. all eyes on maria of wednesday and thursday of next week. cloud cover moving into the area. the cone of uncertainty, just a little too close for comfort for us to call right now. we'll watch it as we continue into next week. >> i saw 53 friday nights. that's when you can have the pumpkin spice latte. >> i'm not going to wait. i want the pumpkin bread. >> we have the bread, thanks to our director. >> community shred goes on at dex fieldfe
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