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good morning. stuck in place. much-needed supplies for hurricane victims in puerto rico sitting in shipping containers at the port president not enough drivers to deliver them. it's happened again. a second even bigger rock slide in as many days at yosemite's el capitan. what is going on at one of america's crown jewels. break in the case. police investigating a possible connection between a man arrested in colorado and thes e mysterious unsolved murders in indiana. was his that eeriece
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all that plus our secret jfk files, under lock and key for decades, about to be released. outpouring of support after julia louis-dreyfus reveals she has breast cancer. and ain't no crying on the plaza, because one of the hottest names in music, camila cabello, is performing live. today, friday, september 29th, 2017. >> from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on this friday morning. and it's been a busy week. >> a long, hard week for the people of puerto rico. longer than a week, actually. >> like ten days, now. that's where we're going to start this morning. our top story. the situation in puerto rico becoming increasingly dire. water, food and power remains scarce, ten days after
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direct hit. adding to the problems, containers with much-needed supplies are stuck at the port of san juan. gabe gutierrez is there. good morning. >> reporter: the reason many of the containers are still here is because of communications nightmare. there's no power, no fuel, and drivers aren't showing up to get the supplies. the acting homeland security secretary is set to visit puerto rico, this as the trump administration is pushing back hard that growing criticism that the federal government was caught offguard. at san juan's port, thousands of shipping containers, supplies are just sitting there and not getting to people who need them in the wake of hurricane maria. >> we have not scaled up quick enough. russel honore says maria is a much bigger challenge. and the trump
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isn't doing enough. >> we have to do better than we were doing now, otherwise we're not going to get this done and people are going to suffer. >> reporter: the white house says there are enough people on the ground, including relief workers and troops. >> the president is behind you. >> reporter: the president tweeting, fema and first responders are doing a great job in puerto rico. d docks and electric grid, dead. elaine duke is flying into puerto rico today. >> i'm very satisfied. >> reporter: at the cruise port, thousands of evacuees, standing in sweltering heat for hours, waiting to board a cruise ship for florida. amy has been trying to get back to new jersey for days to see her kids. you literally cannot get off this island. if this ship didn't show up, i wouldn't be home until october.
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>> reporter: pit ball, trying to help. many sick people here are in dire shape. hospitals themselves in critical condition, waiting for fuel. >> right now, the island is working 100% dependent on power generators. power generators are not built to last forever. >> it's not sustainable. >> reporter: the army is helping deliver diesel fuel to the hospitals. and the pentagon has appointed a three-star general to oversee the relief effort here. >> a bad situation. gabe, thank you very much. now, to a new and frightening rock slide on el capitan. there was a massive rock fall on wednesday that killed a man and injured his wife. miguel almaguer is there for us. miguel, good morning. >> reporter: savannah, good morning. that's el cap behind me, a
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days. major rockslides, this park is still open. dramatic video captures the terrifying moment. a wall of dust and boulders, thundering down the el capitan rock formation. the white crowd crashing 3,000 feet to the valley floor. drivers watching as rocks come careening down the face of el cap. it's the second rock fall in as many days, striking without warning, at the peak of criming season. >> we need that ambulance. >> reporter: the falling rock injuring one man. taken first by ambulance and then flown out of the park. the roadway below el cap, cut off. the dust making it impossible to see. at the summit, three climbers breathing a sigh of relief. >> we honestly wondered
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entire side of the wall we were collapse. it was horrific. >> reporter: the slide, leaving a gaping hole in the monolith's southeast face. it comes after a rock fall killed 32-year-old andrew foster of wales. his wife suffering serious injuries, airlifted out of the park. the national park service says this latest rockslide was significantly bigger than the first. >> it's huge. ten-times bigger. at least. >> reporter: el cap, one of the most challenging climbs in the world, is a top destination for those living on the edge. rock falls happen at yosemite about 80 times a year. but it's unclear what triggered the latest slides. park rangers say rockslides are about everyday life here in yosemite. and despite the new rockslides, there's no
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and at this very hour, there's climbers ascending that mountain slap behind me. >> miguel, thank you. there's a lot more to get to this morning, including the growing controversy around health and human service secretary tom price. he is apologizing for taking flights. but will he save his job? hallie jackson is here this morning. >> reporter: this morning, the mea culpa from secretary price comes a s amid growing controve of his plane rides. and that's all hitting turbulence. >> this morning, a pricey payback. >> we heard the concerns. >> reporter: health and human service tech tear tom price doing damage control after his
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expensive plane travel. . some $400,000 worth of flights. at times, mixed government business with personal visits. and now, new word, price wracked up another $500,000 by using military jets on an overseas work trip, along with his wife. the health and human services committee says price covered her bill. but underscoring the difference between those and a domestic charters that invite fare scrutiny. now, putting price in an uncomfortable spotlight. >> i look forward to regaining the trust that some of the american people may have lost in the activities that i took. >> reporter: the secretary now says he will only travel commercial. no exceptions. and will pay back money for his seat on those private planes. about $51,000, part of the total cost. >> i work at the pleasure of the president. p
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leader. i'm incredibly privileged to serve in his cabinet and work on behalf of the american people. >> reporter: does he think the president has confidence in hm?l >> we're going the work through this. i think we have the confidence of the president. those comments coming after a flu shot for the health s secreta secretary. but no booster for his boss. >> tom price says he has your confidence, is that true? mr. president? silence from president trump. but his press secretary responding when pressed on whether price will keep his job. >> we're going through this process. we're going the conduct a full review and we'll see what happens. >> reporter: price's position after head of hhs, comes after repeated failures to reform health care. and he moves on to tax reform. >> it's called a middle-class miracle. >> reporter: but new
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his top economic adviser stops short that middle class people will see a tax cut. >> i cannot guarantee that. you can find me someone in the country where they're taxes may not go down. >> reporter: details on this tax plan are still limited. and the details are what could be so controversial and time-consuming for law officials to figure out. and a senior official says the policy will be the backdrop for the president's speech in front of a group of manufacturers this morning. here's a story from washington that will make you feel good. a return home for steve scalise. he returned to capitol hill for the first time since the shooting that left him gravely wounded. [ applause ] scalise received a standing ovation as he walked on to the house floor on crutches. this moment coming 15 weeks after the
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>> i'm definitely a example that miracles really do happen. when i was laying out on that ball field, the first thing i did, once i was down and i couldn't move anymore is i just started to pray. >> scalise praised the capitol hill officers that were on detail saying, you saved my life. >> i watched that from start to finish. he was amazing. and it was such -- it would seem like a rare moment of unity on capitol hill. it was great. >> and for one of the capitol hill police officers who saved him, to be right there in the sa audience. >> good for him. there's in developments in the involvement of russian interference in the presidential election. days after facebook agreed to turn over
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netwo network, executives at twitter find themselves on the hot seat. >> reporter: twitter faced off with congressional investigators for the first time on capitol hill, with more information on how the russians may have attempted to influence the 2016 election. but what the company revealed infuriated lawmakers who want much more. the social media platform revealing 201 accounts linked to russian operatives. in the lead-up to the 2016 presidential election. after staying relatively silent on any role in the election, twitter executives disclosed new information to congressional stre investigators. twitter found the accounts by looking at 450 accounts that facebook linked to russia. 22 also operated on twitter. from those, they found another 179 related users. the company says it's
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violated its rules. twitter disclosing that kremlin-linked tv network, russia today, known as r.t., spent $270,000 on twitter ads in 2016. key lawmakers are not satisfied. >> their response was frankly n ined ined inadequate in almost every level. >> reporter: twitter, facebook and google have been invited to give more information, but none have said whether they're going to attend. founder of facebook, mark zuckerberg, responding wednesday that facebook is against him and making an about-face on his post-election remarks. >> the idea that fake news on facebook, of which, it's a very small amount of the content, influenced the election in any way, i think is a pretty crazy idea
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calling that crazy was dismissive and i regret it. this week, facebook is also in the process of handing over 3,000 russia-linked ads to robert mueller and congressional investigators. >> how soon did they discover how their platforms were being used? >> reporter: twitter says that overall it is concerned about violations of their rules, along with u.s. law, with respect to interference in voting rights. a lot of drama going down on capitol hill. guys? >> jo, thank you. we are looking at an arrest that could help solve a murder in indiana. and sheinelle is here this morning. >> the killing of two teenage girl made national headlines. one of the voices saying, down the hill. a man in colorado is being investigated for a possible link to the murders. back in february, two best friends, 13-year-old abbe
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liberty german, went missing in delp delphi, indiana. it's a murder that's stumped investigators and tormented family members. the girls left behind clues, including a photo that could be their killer. and this short but haunting audio clip. now, an arrest 1,000 miles away may provide a break in the case. daniel nations was arrested after he threatened several people with a hatchet in mt. herman. when police pulled over his car with expired indiana license plates. >> he's a registered sex offender and that makes it a felon and illegal for him to possess weapons. >> reporter: colorado police are trying to determine if he had anything to do with the shooting death of a mountain biker in that
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if there's any links. it happened that the complaints of the menacing charges happened the same weekend of our homicide. >> reporter: it's this hmug sho that has police investigating whether he has something to do with the murders of the two girls. a citizen alerted the media that it looked similar to a picture in that case. >> the side-by-side was given to a media outlet in denver, who gave it to us, who we gave it to indiana state patrol. >> reporter: indiana state police said, we are aware of the arrest of the person in colorado, and investigating if he can be a suspect in the delphi murder investigation. but right now, there's nothing that connects this person to our investigation. the families of the girls are cautiously optimistic. >> every time something like this comes up, we hope and we pray. and hope and pray some
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takes time. >> we had 26,000 other tips that maybe didn't get the publicity this one did. >> reporter: back in march, liberty's grandfather told nbc's blake mccoy, the number of tips didn't matter. >> i need one. one good one. that's what i'm half. >> reporter: nations is being charged on felony menacing and reckless endangerment. and the el paso sheriff's department is anticipating more charges in the coming days. reached out to his attorney but have yet to hear back. now, to the anthem controversy in the nfl. a show of solidarity in green bay. >> players and coaches from the packers and the bears stood arm in arm, during the singing of
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other fans chose the stand with their hands over their hearts. the controversy of players kneeling derg tkneel ing during the anthem, was re-ignited by president trump who said players should be fired who don't stand for the pregame ceremony. he added, he thinks the owners are afraid of their players. we have al here to look at the weather. good morning. >> we have another area of interest to look at in the gulf. it's 99 l, with a chance
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good morning, everybody. a beautiful start to a friday morning. another plane load of folks leaving the washington area. big mistake. the weather couldn't be any nicer around here today. it's going to be sunny. temperatures will climb from the 40s and 50s where we are now up to the low and mid 70s
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downtown right around 75 8:00 this evening. if you're going to the nats game or anything else on your friday evening, it's going to be a cool one. the coldest time being sunday morning. >> and that's your latest weather. guys? >> al, thanks very much. much more ahead, including this question -- will this be o.j. simpson's last weekend behind bars? and the outpouring of support for emmy winner julia louis-dreyfus when she revealed she is battling breast cancer. but first on a friday morning, this is "today" on nbc.
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so swing by your local walgreens today. hpy & healthy. this is a "news 4 today" news break. 7:26 is your time now on this friday, september 29th, 2017. good morning, everyone. i'm eun yang. >> hope your morning is off to a great start. i'm chris lawrence. in the news this morning, investigators are investigating new evidence found in the disappearance of ashanti billie. they found a braid. she was last seen driving on joint expeditionary base little creek, north carolina. there is a $20,000 dd reward. you can always know where your car is even if it gets booted or towed away. that's if you have an
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district. it'sau a system that will send you an e-mail or text alert if your car gets locked or moved. let's check your commute with wtop's jack taylor. >> good morning, good morning. we have an issue downtown coming off the 11th street bridge near main avenue. crash blocking the left lane. vdot is now on scene. 28 northbound centerville, 466 there is an accident. now it's moved over to the left shoulder. southern maryland. northbound route four northern pindel with only the right lane getting by. >> thanks, jack. we're going to take a break now. we'll check your forecast when we come back. cooler temperatures. >> stay with us.
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tgif, everybody. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. great day to be outside. high temperatures in the
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low 70s. little breezy tomorrow, highs near 70. light winds on sunday and 71. >> i'm liking the cold weather. another local news update coming up in 25 minutes. >> back to the "today" show.
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♪ we're back. 7:30, friday morning. it is the 29th of september, already, 2017. >> we have a concert later. but first, let's look at the headlines. trapped at the port. shipping containers filled with supplies sitting untouched amid a growing humanitarian crisis in puerto rico. water, food and power scarce, ten days after hurricane maria devastated the island. >> we have to do better than what we're doing now. otherwise, we're not going to get this done and more people are going to suffer. a second rockslide at yosemite park's famed el capitan, one day after
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a stampede at a train station during rush hour at mumbai. >> i want you to videotape this. the superintendent at the air force academy, with a strong warning to cadets, following a racist incident this week. >> if you can't treat somebody with dignity and respect, you need to get back. presidents obama, bush and clinton hanging out at the presidents cup. even snapping a selfie with golfer phil mickelson. >> you want to take bets on who would win the golf match between those three presidents? >> who is the best golfer? >> i think it's george w. >> interesting. >> i don't want to start any controversy. >> you started it. >>
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obama is on line one for you. let's get to o.j. simpson and his release from a nevada prison. is he in his final week behind bars? joe fryer has been following the developments. >> reporter: behind me is lovelock correctional center. as of late last night, he was still here. but it is said that he will move from lovelock to another nevada prison. but authorities are not saying when that might happen or when simpson may be freedom. when o.j. simpson was granted parole, he knew freedom could be granted october 1st. in a date is not xwaguaranteed. but sources say it might be not long after. they would not reveal times or location of his
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but inmates are not usually released in small towns like lovelock, that is in the nevada desert, 100 miles from reno, 450 miles from las vegas. >> they aren't staying here. we try to get people, if they are going to fly or do something, besides being in nevada, we'll make it that. >> reporter: simpson has expressed interest of moving to florida. as of thursday, that state had not received a notice of transfer. >> i want to spend as much time as i can with my children and my friends. >> reporter: the football star was moved to a smaller housing unit away from the general population for safety reasons. despite spending nine years behind bars for an ill-fated armed robbery at a las vegas hotel, his story has not faded away. >> absolutely, 100%, not guilty. >> reporter: the popular fx series,
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o.j. simpson" and "o.j. made in america," have highlights ups and downs. including his 1995 acquittal for the murders of nicole brown simpson and her friend, ron goldman. now, with his impending release, comes the next chapter. >> the o.j. i know says he's probably not going to stay in the corner of a bedroom inside of his house. but he's 70 years old. and i don't think he's going to have the lure of publicity that so many people think. >> reporter: because prisoners aren't typically released on weekends, monday is likely the earliest that simpson could be set free. his parole is due to expire in five years, if he violates the terms of his release before then, he will be right back here in nevada behind bars. back to you guys. >> all right, joe. thank you. mr. roker is
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some 40s on manassas, 58 gaithe. 51 in clinton. quantico coming in at 55 degrees. today will top out around 75. maybe a couple of light showers overnight. the weekend is looking beautiful all the way into next week. >> this "sunday night football" weather is brought by verizon. not just unlimited. verizon unlimited. >> watch live, local and primetime games with nfl mobile. only on verizon. >> are you ready for some football? i know i am. it's sunday. and we need it now more than ever. let's go. roll that type for "sunday night football" night in america. we're going to take the colts. bring them to seattle. it's going to be a good time at century link field.
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these. files from t s fros from cia an could clarify questions about lee harvey oswald. the one person that could stand in the way, president trump. more than 50 years after his death, the endless fascination with john f. kennedy lives on. and the public could learn more details about his killer. the public archives are about to release 3,000 documents related to the assassination, unless president trump decides to keep them secret. no decision has been made. but the documents could be kept in the shadows for reasons of national security. his his attorneys fear that that would push this back. >> from the standpoint of the american his, i think that would be a great shame. >> reporter: one of the more bizarre conspirs
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"national enquirer" story, about ted cruz's father. >> his father was with lee harvey oswald before oswald being shot. >> reporter: the new files may contain information about oswald. just weeks before the killing, the 24-year-old traveled to mexico city. apparently, with visas to enter those countries. but details remain a mystery. raising questions about whether oswald had help, or whether the u.s. government was aware of his intentions before the shots rang out in dallas. >> ask not what your country can do for you. ask what you can do for your country. >> reporter: for decades, jfk's legacy has loomed large in politics. his death a turning point in our h history. images of
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herrihe mesmerizing the country. >> the future looked bright. and then, it was over in a flash. >> reporter: now, the question remains. will trump allow new information to come to light or keep it under wraps? that deadline is october 26th. machining tho among those leading the charge to get the documents turned over, chuck grassley, who gave a statement, americans deserve a full picture of what happened that fateful day in november 1963, shining a light on never-before-scene government records is essential to filling in these blank spaces in our history. >> after all these years, so much interest in that subject. >> we'll see what he does. >> peter, thank you. let's head over to sheinelle. we're loving this one. >> here's the big question. is there finally an easy fix for people would ask me in different countries that we traveled,
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this is the "news 4 today" news break. 750678956 is your time now on this friday, september 29th, 2017. good morning to you. i'm eun yang. we want to get right to jack taylor at wtop for a first 4 look at traffic. how are the roads now? >> well, we had a problem downtown on the freeway westbound. the accident cleared but our delays remain coming off of both sides of 295. we had some activity earlier on virginia 66 west before 123. that accident's moved out of the roadway. the delays are back into the beltway. top side of the beltway has been slow both ways between 270 and 95. nothing in the way but a lot of sun glare. eun, back to you. >> jack, thank you. we'll take a quick break now. we'll check your forecast next. stay with us.
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good morning. it's nice and cool outside. by the afternoon, 75 and sunny. tomorrow we'll see early morning showers and mostly overnight. then we'll see highs around 70. sunday looks fantastic. morning lows will be a little chilly. eun. >> sheena, thank you. another local news update for you in 25 minutes. for now, back to the "today" show.
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, stuck at the port. critical supplies for millions of hurricane victims in puerto rico, sitting idle without enough drivers to deliver them. >> we have to do better than we're doing now. otherwise, we're not going to get this done and more people are going to suffer. >> this morning, how the trump administration is responding to growing criticism. plus, outpouring of support. well-wishes pour in for julia louis-dreyfus after she announces her battle with breast cancer. how she's turning her tuesday into a call for action. and bringing the heat. music sensation camila cabello,
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today, friday, september 29th, 2017. >> we have fans from all over. >> we're ready for camila on "today." >> we drove all night from ohio to see camila. >> from chicago to the plaza for camila. ♪ >> you're in the front row for who? >> camila. >> we drove here to see camila. [ cheers and applause ] >> we welcome you back to "today." on friday morning. thank you for joining us. the turn from fifth avenue at 49th street, we are not alone. >> no. camila cabello has a lot of fans. and they're here in the plaza. >> a lot of people learned she is on her own.
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>> have been singing this for a week now. >> it will never leave your head, i promise you. let's start with your news at 8:00. the white house is insisting that hurricane relief efforts in puerto rico are under control. but a transportation log jam is keeping critical supplies already there from reaching the people who need them the most. nbc's gabe gutierrez is in san juan. good morning to you. >> reporter: the reason the thousands of shipping containers are here is because of a logistics nightmare. there's no power, no phone lines. drivers aren't showing up to make the deliveries. the acting homeland security secretary will deliver puerto rico. this, as the trump administration is pushing back hard that the federal government was caught off guard. the relief effort after hurricane katrina, is blasting the administration. but the white house says there's 10,000 already
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and this morning president trump tweeted that the government here says the federal government has delivered. the president tweeting that big decisions will have to be made about the rebuilding cost of puerto rico long-term. but frustration is mounting on the island. thousands of evacuees were in the sweltering heat as they tried to board a cruise ship headed to florida. this relief effort will take quite a long time. the communications breakdown and the infrastructure will take a long time to rebuild. but a three-star general has been appointed to oversee the relief effort here. matt, back to you. >> gabe, thank you very much. if you have young children who make a fuss when you strap them into a car seat, here is why you should not give in one image. this image shows the kate's safety seats in front of her mangled honda. they were driving home when another car ran a light, and slammed right io
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and she wrote, this is why you buckle the kids into their car seats correctly, every, single time, even when they scream because the straps are tight. i couldn't relate more to this. so many parents can. >> not only do you make sure they are in the seat correctly, but the seat is in the car correctly. >> and the straps are tight. that tells you why you have to do it right. >> before we get to your morning boost, can i just say, bryant gumbel's birthday today. you want a little "morning boost"? let's have one. watch how one mother turned disappointment into smiles. her little girl found out she was getting either a new baby brother or a baby sister. take a look. >> if it's pink, it's a girl. and if it's blue, it's a boy. what do the letters say?
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>> blue. >> what does that mean? >> it's a boy. [ crying ] >> i wanted it to be a girl. >> okay. that reaction continued for about a minute. until mommy revealed a gift of candy came from the new baby. >> i brought you blue sweeties. >> can i have them now? >> they're from your baby brother. >> yay. >> even after she ate the candy, she refused to admit that she was okay with that little boy. let it begin. >> we need to have her live on the show. i'm in love with that child. she's so cute. >> adorabldorable. lots more to get to this morning, including the outpouring of support for julia louis-dreyfus. she revealed she is battling breast cancer. the new test that could make football safer for your kids.
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we are back, now, with an emotional show of support for emmy winner julia louis-dreyfus. >> taking to twitter on thursday, she announced she has breast cancer. but she shifted the focus from herself to the overall state of health care in the u.s. this morning, an outpouring of support for julia louis-dreyfus. >> how are you? i see you. >> reporter: the "veep" star announcing her battle with breast cancer thursday, sharing the news on social media, along with a message directed at real-life politicians. julia louis-dreyfus tweeting, one in eight women get breast cancer. today, i'm the one. the good news is i have the most glorious supportive group of family and friends and insurance
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the bad news is not all women are so lucky. so, let's fight cancer and make health care a reality. the tweet sparking conversation online, along with well-wishes online, along with celebrities and a former vice president. joe biden tweeting this photo with the caption, we veeps stick together. hbo tells nbc news julia louis-dreyfus learned of her diagnosis earlier this month, one day after this record-breaking moment when she won her sixth-consecutive emmy for her role on "veep." >> here's to those who wish us well. and those who don't can go to hell. >> reporter: julia louis-dreyfus became a household name playing the erotic character of elaine on "seinfeld." >> we went back to my house. i never heard from him again. >> reporter: she joins a list of other celebrities who shared their personalri
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from o shannen doherty, to angelina jol jolie, who didn't have cancer but went a double-mastectomy after genetic testing revealed she had for the disease. >> it may open up a conversation with their doctor. >> reporter: christina applegate reached out to julia louis-dreyfus. tweeting, momma, find me. let's talk if you want. encouragement, as one of the favorite comedic actresses, prepares to teach cancer a lesson, and get back to dancing like nobody's watching. you probably know "veep" was scheduled to end after next season. the schedule will be adjusted to accommodate her treatment. jason alexander tweeting this, so sorry you have to go through
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a representative for julia louis-dreyfus tells us she is grateful for all of the well-wishes. that came as a shock to a lot of us. we don't know the prognosis or anything of those things. but she has tons of support. >> she does, indeed. october, as we all know, is breast cancer awareness month. we want to tell you about something special we're doing on monday. we have a live event. top experts will be here to answer questions you have. if you want to send a question, head to twitter and use #pinkpowertoday. and that special live event on monday. mr. roker, a check of the weather? >> let's see what's happening around the country. the eastern half of the country, looking pretty darn good today. lots of sunshine. wet weather getting into texas and the southwest. and more weather m
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>> that's your latest weather. i hope jimmy buffett's here every day. >> that's right. al, we're ready to trend. and look who we have on the table.
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>> here here. >> you know the expression. it's jimmy buffett somewhere. >> let's see if this is real. oh, it is. >> yeah. >> all right. by the way, trending on twitter right now, all about camila cabello. that's coming up the next half hour. you know about "trending"? kind of? relationships. they don't always end well. okay. sometimes they work. sometimes they don't. as jimmy would say, it's not all cheeseburgers in dapyre paradis right? one of our "today" contributors can relate. dana horn went into a bureau she has. and in the back of a drawer, she found her old wedding band from a previous marriage. she has been divorced about a decade and remarried. she debated about what to do with the ring. and decided to pose
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on facebook. before we tell you what people said, jimmy, what do you do with a wedding ring from a previous marriage? >> hock it. >> hock it? yeah. do not keep it? >> huh-uh. >> even though it represents a chapter in your life. >> breathe in, breathe out, move on. >> guys? >> i still have mine in my drawer, too. i thought about, what would i do with that? and i don't know why it's still many there. once you have officially moved on to another relationship, you get rid of it. >> i say stuff it in a drawer with your feelings. >> wait a second. let's take this to the next step. >> okay. >> wedding pictures from your first marriage? do you throw those out? >> jimmy, now what do you say? can't hock those. >> you know, if you have a good relationship with your ex, you keep that. but the pictures, at some point, my children didn't know i was married the first time. that
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pictures. >> don't keep them on the bureau. in a drawer. >> my grandmother had the pictures for years. she just gave them to me. now, i have them. the originals. >> i believe that it's a chapter of your life. i wouldn't want to look at them necessarily. but i feel like at the end of my life, i want to see, what did that young girl look like? >> at the end of your life. keep them for that. >> i have video from when courtney was a baby with her mom. i keep that. >> it is part of life. we launched a survey on twitter to see what our viewers would do. 55% say they would ditch the ring. >> hock it. >> and jordana decided to sell the ring and donate it to charity. let's do "pop start." beyonce, teaming up with other artists to help hurricane victims. she's featured in a remix o
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song. all of the song's proceeds will be donated to hurricane relief. you want to take a listen? ♪ >> it's a hit. beyonce sings in spanish and english on the track. that video was posted to youtube last night. and already, 1.3 million views. there you go. people may not be happy about this next one. yesterday, daily mail tv reported that what would have been the third installment of a popular series is not happening. "sex and the city 3" has been canned. they are not moving forward with the movie as kim cattrall refused to get onboard. sarah jessica parker confirmed the movie will not be produced. it's over. i'm heartbroken. it's not just disappointing that we don't get to tell the story and have the experience, but
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has been so vocalning another movie. a lot of people find this crushing. it's not happening now. up next, something to make you smile. savannah guthrie. you joined adam scott last night. they played this game called "who wears the fancy pants" in honor of her new book. >> what about will or jada? >> jada. >> matt or savannah? who wears the pants as the work couple. >> savannah, right? >> are you asking me? i think we share pants. >> you do? >> that's so wrong. you think matt wears the pants? he's a lot older than me. >> i didn't love that answer. >> why are we playing that answer? >> we distribute the pants equally. >> one pant leg, exactly. >> by the way, congrats o b
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times" best seller list, twice in a row. >> are you going to do a click? >> we'll do it after. jimmy is here. and he's here to talk about his musical, "escape to margaritaville" is going on tour and then to broadway. you know how big that deal is. it's that way, by the way. >> that's a good thing to know. >> thanks, matt. i mean, i get goose pimples now. it's been a long kind of process that actually makes this happen. >> it's a boy meets girl story? >> uh-huh. >> are you the boy? is this representing your life? or just being inspired by your music? >> like other things, there's portions that come from reality. and other parts are made up. >> wow. >> how long has this been in development? >> five years. >> wow. >> but it's a lot of a process than i thought. even running a band. it's a different kind of
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situation. very talented people. we've had so much fun doing it. we did la jolla. we broke the record there. new orleans and houston. we go to chicago. we hope in march. the ides of march. >> some old hits, jimmy? >> are you kidding? >> all-new music. >> it's an experimental record. >> the cheeseburger in paradise and the delicatessen. it's been a great process. >> you have to serve margaritas at the show. is that happening? >> at the marquee theater, we got tailgaters. >> how nervous are you going to be opening night on broadway? >> that's -- i can only relate to when we did it before, when we did it down in miami. i was just watching time and watching audiences more than anything else. and j
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>> that's really cool. t gng to be fun. >> can you get us tickets for opening night? >> i can work on that, al. yeah. >> all right. can we make an announcement? >> what? the cast? >> the cast of your show. >> yes. >> coming here. >> yes. >> to the "today" show. can we say that? in the spring? >> i'm going over there. we'll get them there. yeah. >> had to pull that out of jimmy. >> that was hard. >> got to have some control here. >> thank you. >> it's great to be here. let's turn to a new rossen reports this morning, with so much concern about head injuries and football, we got an inside look at how the game could be getting safer. "today" national investigative correspondent, jeff rossen, with interesting news. >> reporter: concussions a major worry for nfl players and kids playing the game and their
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parents. researchers have been trying to figure out a better way. a better way to test helmets to prevent concussions. and they say they have figured it out. you're about to see that new test in action. across the country, kids back on the football field. on the sidelines, anxious parents. according to safe kids, over 160,000 kids and teens went to the e.r. with a sports-related concussion in just one year. that's one concussion every three minutes. football, the leading cause. for decades, this is the way they tested helmets to make sure they're safe. but starting now, a brand-new test. and experts say it's a game-changer. we're at this helmet lab where they are testing helmets from the nfl and youth helmets, the kind of helmets your
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on the field from the school. this is the lab manager. let's hit the first test. this is the test. it's going to come up and drop down, that has been used for all of these years by itself. explain what's happening. >> this is the linear drop test. what it essentially does, is make sure the helmet will protect the head from skull fracture. >> reporter: you say this is not enough. >> this has been used for decades. but it's a little one dimensional. >> reporter: it's going to come down. there it is. that's a big hit. the head, barely moving. doctors say it doesn't simulate a real football hit with a neck twist. >> if you take a blow to the side of the head, far forward or far backward, you're going to spin the head on the neck. it's the type of injuries that led to concussions. >> reporter: okay. this is the new test. what's
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test platform. it allows the head to move in ways that are more realistic on the way on the field. >> reporter: you have this set to the youth level. the force and impact you're about to see, this is the kind of hit that your child would take on the field. this is set to youth. let's hit the test. three, two, one. that's frightening when you see it that way. the new test in slow motion. the neck allowed to twist in all directions. look at the test side-by-side. that's the old one on the left and the new one on the right. the whole point of this is to help cut down on concussions for nfl players and kids. >> the belief is that helmets that reduce the rotational force are going to help reduce concussions. >> it's scary when you see it like that. this safety standard goes into effect next november, so all football helmets will have to passha
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field. and it's important to know, the old test will still happen, as well. this new standard is on top of that. they're doubling up here. >> nice to see that. thank you. >> let's head outside to hoda. >> guys, guess what? we got camila cabello on our citi concert stage. you do not want to miss a thing. we'll hav
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this is the news 4 news break. it is 8:26 on this friday. hope your morning is getting off to a great start. i'm chris lawrence. let's get a check on your first 4 traffic with wtop's jack taylor. >> we had trouble on cedar lane near elm hurst parkway. the crash has the right lane getting by. the left side, inside getting blocked. couple problems on 29 southbound, first near lockwood and university boulevard. 66 westbound our delays are easing. there's been activity first at glebe and the beltway. everything is out of the road. >> all in all, not bad. we'll get a check of the forecast when we come back. stay with us.
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good morning, everybody. nice day to get your weekend and friday started. if you have to go to
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all right. temperatures 40s, 50s. highs 75. cooler over the weekend. breezy tomorrow. i like the cooler weather. you can get the latest news and weather in the nbc washington app. mark herring: my mom always worked hard to provide for our family. at one point, she got fired for of all things -- getting married. that was a lifelong lesson for me: when people are hurt, you need to stand up and do something. and i've never forgotten that as your attorney general. whether it's protecting veterans and seniors from shady debt collectors, or cracking down on gangs and drug traffickers, i have one guiding principle: do what's right for people. i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad.
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♪ we're back, 8:30, friday morning. 29th of september, 2017. we have a great way to celebrate, a live concert from this young lady right here, camila cabello. >> i want to say thank you to you guys. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. i can't believe this. >> this is a good crowd. you're packing them in.
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>> you so much. >> i love you, too. you have soan many here. i have someone here named faith. >> hi, faith. >> faith has not ever seen you live. she's freaking out. can i bring her closer. come on, faith. come with me. come on with me. we're going to go all the way. you need a camila hug? come on. let's go. >> can i go there? >> yes. >> up here? >> up here. >> oh. >> thank you so much for coming. i'm so happy that we're getting to meet each other. >> we're going to give you a seat. how about right up here? is that good enough? >> yes. >> you got it. all right, camila. thank you, honey. we want to make sure you get your spot. >> how about that?
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>> yeah. >> perft. that. >> thank you. i'll see you in a bit. >> like a show and a workout at the same time. before we get to music, we had so much fun at your book party last night. >> we did. >> thank you so much for showing up. it was fun. there's the whole gang. we're all into our pants now. and me and ally oppenheim was happy to have everybody come. let's get a check of the weather before the concert. >> let's look at the weekend outlet, starting with tomorrow. showers and c and we have beautiful weather outside right now. pfe
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not one cloud in the sky right here. 60 degrees in the district. elsewhere we still do have 50s, even 40s on the map. gaithersburg, 49 degrees, leesburg, 55. 52 clinton. 59 annapolis. 75 for a high in the afternoon. tomorrow and overnight showers. tomorrow, dry and cool. 70 for a high. 71 and sunny for your sunday. ♪ the citi concert series on "today" is proutly presented to you by citi. >> camila cabello is a mere moments before taking our concert stage. before she does, her journey to becoming one of the hottest young stars. take a look. ♪ ♪ the tears as they fall >> reporter: camila cabello is breaking out on her own, with her single "crying in the club." she got her
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fifth hermoiarmony, with songs "work it." and "work from home." now, she's stepping into the spotlight as a solo artist, collaborating with pop stars, like shawn mendez and touring with bruno mars. now, "havana" is heating up the charts with 1 million hits on spotify. she's about to bring heat to our stage. we're not going to make you wait any longer. ladies and gentlemen, camila cabello. >> this is for the dreamers. let's do it. ♪
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♪ ♪ havana ooh na-na half of my heart is in ♪ ♪ havana ooh na-na he took me back to east atlan atlanta ♪ ♪ all my heart is in havana ♪ing there something about his manners ♪ ♪ he didn't wake up with that how you doing? he said there's a lot of girls i can do with ♪ ♪ i'm doing forever in a minute ♪ ♪ and papa says he's got malo in him ♪ ♪ he got me feeling like ♪ ooh, i knew it when i met him ♪ ♪ i loved him when i
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♪ got me fling like ooh and then i had to tell him ♪ ♪ i had to go oh, nananana ♪ havana ooh na-na ♪ half of my heart is in havana ooh na-na ♪ ♪ he took me back to east atlanta ♪ ♪ all my heart is in havana my heart is in havana ♪ ♪ knew i was there when i head the signs ♪ ♪ knew it was him from behind ♪ he got to work in the street ♪ this is the part that my daddy told me ♪ ♪ me got me feeling like ooh i knew it when i met him ♪ ♪ i loved him when i left him got me feeling like, ooh ♪ ♪ and
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♪ana ooh na-na half of my heart is in ♪ ♪ havana na-na ♪ he took me back to east atlanta my heart is in havana ♪ ♪ my heart is in havana ♪ ♪ take me back to my havana ooh na-na ♪ ♪ my heart is in havana ooh na-na ♪ ♪ take me back to east atlanta ooh na-na ♪ ♪ my heart is in havana my heart is in
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♪ havana ooh na-na >> this is america. the america we love, where no matter your race, your color, your beliefs or where you came from, if you have a dream, you can make it possible. ♪ havana ooh na-na [ cheers and applause [ cheers and applause ] >> we are back with more music from camila cabello. but first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] we're back. and we're happy to have camila cabello on our concert stage. you need to learn how to move a little bit. >> i'll work on it. >> she just performed "havana." her debut solo album will be out later this year. we f
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you. fift times. >> you knew me when i tripped walking. do you remember that? there was a gif. there's a gif of me coming out this way and tripping when i was like 16 years old. >> i feel like a little pride. here you are. you're headlining your own show. you have a packed plaza. >> i feel amazing. i don't have words to say thank you to all of you guys who woke up so early to see me today. my fans are just the best because i feel like they know me enough to know when i'm nervous. and they're like, yeah. you look so good. okay. >> you've been collaborating with some incredible artists, too. how is it being a solo act now? how does that go? >> i'm having so much fun. it's fun to be able to, you know, make the world that i have had in my head into a reality. you know what
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thk had so much fun with that. a song like "havana" was just a title on the notes of my phone. and then, it became a song. and it will become a video, soon, i promise. and i'm performing it here. it's so much fun to create a whole -- that whole thing. >> and i had no plans for the weekend. but now i know what i'm going to be doing. singing that song over and over again. it's really catchy. and by the way, did pharrell produce that? >> yeah. he co-wrote it with me and my producer. and it was just such an honor to share the same room with him because he's such an incredible artist, producer, person. and just to be able to soak up a little bit of that energy is an honor for me. >> he has an eye for talent, too. >> what are you going to sing for us now? >> i'm going to sing my song called "bad things." and i'm -- you see? so nice. and i'm going to do my
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rendition of it. >> okay. take it away. >> awesome. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ hey ♪ am i out of my head am i out of my mind, hey ♪ >> "today" show new york. how are you feeling tonight? i want you to sing this with me. ♪ am i out of my head am i out of my mind ♪ ♪ if you only knew the bad things i like ♪ ♪ don't think that i can explain it ♪ ♪ what can i say it's complicated ♪ ♪ don't matter what you say don't matter what you do ♪ ♪ i only wanna do bad things to you ♪ ♪
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it ♪ ♪ what can i say it's complicated ♪ ♪ nothing's that bad if it feels good ♪ ♪ so you come back like i knew you would ♪ ♪ and we're both wild and the night's young ♪ ♪ and you're my drug breathe you in till my face numb ♪ ♪ drop you down into that bass drum ♪ ♪ i got what you dream about ♪ nails scratching my back tatt ♪ ♪ eyes closed while you cream out ♪ ♪ and you keep me in those hips while my teeth sink in those lips ♪ ♪ while you're bod gis giving me life ♪ ♪ scars on my body and i can look at you ♪ ♪ am i out of my head am i out of my mind ♪ ♪ if you only knew the bad things i like ♪ ♪ don't think i can
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what can i say ♪ ♪ it's complicated don't matter what you say ♪ ♪ don't matter what you do i only wanna do ♪ ♪ bad things to you ♪ so good that you can't explain it what can i say, it's complicated ♪ ♪ no one has to get it just you and me ♪ ♪ because we're living between the sheets ♪ ♪ i want you forever even when we're not together ♪ ♪ scars on my body so i can look at you whenever ♪ ♪ scars on my body i can look at you whenever ♪ ♪ am i out of my head am i out of my mind ♪ ♪ if you only knew the bad things i like ♪ ♪ don't think i can explain it what can i say ♪ ♪ it's complicat
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♪ don't wanter only want to do to so good, you can't explain it ♪ ♪ what can i say it's complicated ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> camila's back to sing another hit in a moment. first this, is "today" on nbc. ♪ ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad. they're studying for 21st century jobs. but ed gillespie supports donald trump's plan to take money out of virginia public schools and give it to private schools. as a washington dc lobbyist, ed gillespie worked for lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. and ed gillespie's plan to cut taxes for the wealthy
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♪ are you guys ready for more music? camila cabello. take it away. ♪ ♪ oh, yeah, hey, hey, hey ♪ you
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without him ♪ ♪ you know that's a lie that you told yourself ♪ >> ready? sing it with me. come on. ♪ you think that you'll die without him ♪ ♪ you know that a lie that you tell yourself ♪ ♪ you fear that you lay alone forever now ♪ ♪ ain't true, ain't true, ain't true ♪ ♪ so put your arms around me tonight ♪ ♪ let the music lift you up like you've never been so high ♪ ♪ open up your heart to me let the music lift you up ♪ ♪ like you never been this free till you feel the sunrise ♪ ♪ and let the music warm your
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body like the heat of a thousand fires ♪ ♪ the heat of a thousand fires ♪ ain't no crying in the club let's beat carry way your tears as they fall, baby ♪ ♪ ain't no crying in the club with a little faith, your tears turn to ecstasy ♪ ♪ ain't no crying in the club ♪ yeah, oh, yeah ♪ ain't no crying in the club ♪ you may think that you'll die without her ♪ ♪ but you know that's a lie that you told yourself ♪ ♪ you fear that you you'll never meet another so pure ♪ ♪ but ain't true, ain't true ain't true, ooh ♪ ♪ put your arms around me tonight ♪ ♪ let the music lift you up like you've never been so high ♪ ♪ open up your heart to me ♪ let the music lift you up like you've never been this free
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♪ let the by like the heat of a thousand fires ♪ ♪ now, the heat of a thousand fires ♪ ♪ ain't no crying in the club let the beat carry way your tears as they fall, baby ♪ ♪ ain't no crying in the club with a little faith, your tears turn to ecstasy ♪ ♪ ain't no crying in the club turn it up ♪ ♪ ain't no crying in the club hey, yeah ♪ ♪ ain't no crying in the club ♪ you think that you'll die without them ♪ ♪ you know that's a lie that you tell yourself ♪ ♪ you fear that you'll lay alone forever now ♪ ♪ it ain't true, ain't true ain't true ♪
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♪ whoa, whoa ♪ ain't no crying in the club ♪ let the beat carry way your tears as they fall, baby ♪ ♪ hey, hey ♪ i won't cry, i won't cry, i won't cry ♪ ♪ no, no ♪ i won't cry, i won't cry, i won't cry ♪ ♪ no, no ♪ there's no crying in the club ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> hear more from camila cabello and all our summer concerts at applemusic.com/today. we're back with much, much more on a friday morning. first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪
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good morning.
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we're going to be singing all weekend long. and willie will be here, singing, too. >> i just told camila, that is lucy's jam. >> lucy, shoutout to you. >> oh. >> bam. >> you made me father of the year. i'm good for another year. thank you very much, guys. coming up this sunday on "sunday today," my guest is neil degrasse tyson. one of the best characters. the face of science. talking about whether we're going to go to mars. and talking about climate change and everything happening with the hurricane ps as. and showing me his weird office. >> that's going to be awesome. >> you had a presidential experience at the presidents cup. look at this. >> the presidents cup lives up to its name. please join me in recognizing welcoming and thanking three presidents of the united states, joining us here at the 1st tee box. >> very cool, right?
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to do a lo of clthings. that might have been the coolest. the three presidents along with phil mickelson, tiger woods and everybody else. >> did you get the selfie? >> i got a selfie. >> let's go to megyn in studio 6a. >> o.j. is about to get out of jail. we got prosecutor chris darden along with the goldman family. and the ladies of this is a "news 4 today" news break. 8:56 is your time now on this friday, september 29th, 2017. good morning to you. i'm eun yang. we want to check on the roads with wtop's jack taylor and a look at your roads. how are they looking? >> not good. 270 southbound out of frederick, all lanes are blocked on 270 before 85. also we had some activity on 95
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after their195. that crash still in the right lane. in the delay, outer loop top side before university boulevard, late crash blocking the left lane. >> we'll take a quick break and check your forecast when we come back. stay with us.
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good friday morning. comfortable temperatures out there. even cool still in some spots like clinton, 52 degrees. 62 in the district. 59 right now leesburg. this afternoon, sunny, 75. overnight maybe a few isolated showers. 57 for a low. dry this weekend. temperatures only around 70 degrees, eun. sheena, thank you. latest news and weather any time in the nbc washington app. have a great day.
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[ cheers and applause ] hi. hello. and hello to all of you. o.j. simpson could be released from prison this weekend. and today, o.j. prosecutor chris dardennd the goldmans will be live in the studio. prince harry and meghan markle take canada by storm, while the rest of the world watching their every move. >> are you enjoying the day together? >> including our own keir simmons who is back from his royal watching perch. and they make you laugh on saturday nights and with us on this friday morning.

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