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i got my bag and my ran. a chaotic scene overnight at los angeles international airport as loud noises cause and former campaign manager for president obamaalls donald trump a psychopath, this agency the candidates prepare for their debate just 29 days from now. new detailing surrounding the death of dwyane wade's cousin. and flash floods in the mississippi area. and the vmas.
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good morning, everyone, i'm dara brown. for the second time in two weeks another one of the nation's busiest airports erupted in panic. passengers at los angeles international airport scene running out on the tarmac after loud noises sent them seeking cover. lester holt had just arrived there shortly before the panic. here's his account. >> people began flooding out. i heard shots fired, active shooter. run. people didn't know what to do. they claimed they heard shots. other people like us heard nothing and saw the crowds and reacted. >> police responded to multiple locations regarding a possible shooting around 9:00 p.m. local time. up to 45 minutes investigating the lapd said the incident had proven to just be loud noises.
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everyone from being shaken up. >> i was shocked. i left my bag and i ran. i saw people run. i heard it and dropped my bag. >> you didn't hear anything? >> we didn't hear anything. we started to run also. two airline pilots in scotland were suspected of being under the influence and arrested saturday. the flight wasay crew was afound. nbc's keir simmons is here now. even with the obvious frustration. >> yeah, seems like it, it was 9:00 in the morning on saturday when these pilots were arrested while they were in the cockpit. 141 passengers aboard the flight that was just from europe.
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courtroom. there is reports that they are u.s. citizens. that's not been confirmed. it's not clear what their nationalities are. but they are united pilots accused of carrying on activity while exceeding the prescribed limits of alcohol. in other words, if it's like turning up drunk or semi drunk on the job. that's considered a very serious offense. as we know by t police in scotland. and we'll soon be hearing this morning and more about what they are charged with. and what the future may hold for them day, ra. >> keir simmons, thank you for that report. two brothers have been charged with the shooting death of nykea aldridge, the cousin of dwyane wade. they fatally struck the 32-year-old as she pushed a baby
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a case all too familiar to those who fall victim to violence. >> nykea aldridge wasn't a wear xi be the subject of national headlines just hours later. she wasn't aware that her short life would stand as an example for what is a clear failure of the criminal justice system here in chicago. >> yesterday, mourners gathered in a vigil to remember the mother of her cousin dwyane wade delivered an impassioned plea pleading in part, we need more help and more hands on deck. not for me and my family, but for the future of our world. the youth. these young kids are screaming for help. #, enough is enough. and a funeral service will be held in jackson, mississippi for two nuns brutally killed
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more than 300 people gathered at the wake of the sisters. the killing has come as a shock throughout the community which both women age 68 committed their lives to helping the poor. >> they're the most beautiful women who have ever drawn a breath into their bodies. they were totally given of themselves to everyone. >> rodney earl sanders of mississippi has been charged with two counts of murder in connection with the crime. sanders confessed to the murders with no motive. and now donald trump issues a direct challenge to hillary clinton vowing to release more of his medical records if she does. it follows the new scrutiny that trump say with the last year one-page letter astonishingly excellent health. clinton aides say they have no
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information. that challenge comes as trump announces he will hold a speech later on. quote, dwyane wade's cousin was just shot and killed walking her baby in chicago. just what i have been saying. african-american go with trump. and trump was spelling dwyane trump later tweeted his condolences. and trump tries to defend their candidate but listen to this exchange between fox news anchor chris wallace and kellyanne conway. >> trump has been running for president, though, kellyanne for 14 months. how many times has he gone into an american inner city and held
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audience. >> i don't know the answer -- >> let me just say, would you be surprised if the answer is none, never? >> no, i would not be surprised. >> that was before former obama adviser david plouffe had this to say about donald trump. >> he's a psychopath -- >> wait a minute, diagnosing people on air, i assume you don't have a degreen psychology. is that fair? we're jumping to conclusions here. i think this is what gets voters a little frustrated. >> listen, a pathological liar, lack of empathy and remorse. right, i don't have a degree in psychology. >> all of that as trump surrogates hit the sunday shows. each of them saying it's just trump being trump. with more from washington, we're
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we're now hearing about the immigration speech later this week. >> it's happening in arizona. trump tweeted about it overnight. saying they're expecting a large crowd they're already look for a larger venue. but donald trump has some explaining to do about what he really means about undocumented immigrants in this country. initially, he said, he wanted a deportation force to get all 11 million of them out. he hasn't talked about that lately. his campaign manager acknowledg work with undocumented immigrants in this country but a day later said they would have to leave before coming back legally. what is his policy? that's a big part of what he's going to have to explain in arizona state that is the center of immigration over the last few years. we'll have to see what he has to say about that, as we also look forward to the weekend where
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there. >> an interesting week ahead, tracie potts. just ahead, sand hook elementary ushers in a new year with a new year. but first a tropical storm watch. nbc's bill karins is following that. >> dara, that is the development from north carolina, outer banks. i'll tell you what, this map looks as good as you could expect with having two tropical systems. the first, it looks pathetic this this is one that is more concern, it could be warm in the gulf, 72 to 80 hours and the hurricane effect towards florida. with hurricane winds up to 80 miles an hour. heavy rains around cincinnati. and there was an emergency at one point five inches of rain that fell very quickly in the city. that's a big look at the weather. now here's a closer look at your day ahead.
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central portions of texas. we're still very hot and very humid from shreveport to mobile. all the way up to nashville. a very humid day with thunderstorms in store. how about this story, a mock mars crew back on earth, so to speak. they emerged from a 36-feet wide dome after spending up to four years in total in isolation. the how a year-long deep exploration would affect astronauts. could go crazy just thinking about it. "early today" back in two. but entresto is a medicine that helps make more tomorrows possible. ? tomorrow, tomorrow... ? ? i love ya, tomorrow ? in the largest heart failure study ever. entresto helped more people stay alive and
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championship from new york state in 20 years. in front of 22,000 screaming fans. congrats to them. a terrifying bus crash is leading the news out of louisiana. the incident leaves a fire crew chief dead and 40 others wounds. firefighters were responding to another accident when a bus careened into the inside of heir fire truck careening three firefighters into a guard rail. criminal charges are now pending for the bus driver, an undocumented immigrant who was driving 24 construction workers to baton rouge. and it has been just over three hours since a cease-fire in colombia has come into effect ending a 52-year long war with the government of colombia and farc, the country's longest
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the stock market is kicking off the week on a strong start with janet yellen saying it strengthened in recent months. big changes ahead for president obama's affordable care act. hadi gamble has the details. >> good morning, dara. basically what's happening there may be higher costs and less options for americans going forward as they look to choose a health insurance provider.
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keiser foundation, 31% are offered only one insurance option. and another 31% of u.s. counties were offered two options by 2017. bad news for consumers with the major pullback on health insurers, saying they're not make anything money. another story is commercial drones. changing wait we live. a story outin drone can be used from construction to firefighting as well. the new rules say they basically can only be used during daylight hours. and who is going to be driving them. well, apparently, you can be 16 years old and get a license. another story we're looking at as well, trip adviser coming out with their list of travel destinations. on top of that list, atop the
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this year's video music awards? what do you think? making headlines, beyonce. >> i thought you were going to say ryan lochte. >> an epic 16 million performances of her lemonade album. she was the night's biggest winner, passing madonna all time. >> she is the biggest star? >> wait a minute, rihanna performed throughout the entire night before drake presented her emotional tribute. >> she's someone -- she's someone i've been in love with since i was 22 years old. she's a living, breathing legend in our industry, ladies and gentlemen, the recipient of the michael jackson vanguard award for 2016 rihanna. and jimmy fallon was also in attendance or was it olympic swimmer ryan lochte. it's so funny.
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michael phelps priceless reaction with the video of the year. >> who had the best video of the year, i can't tell you that, they're all so great and so talented, i could never choose. i couldn't tell you even if there was a gun to my head. which there isn't. but i -- >> you know he had to go there. >> with the jokes -- >> he had to go there. this is a heartwarm are still coming back the new yorker is thanks her for being a friend with the homeless shelter in her honor. she donated about $30 million to the nonprofit in her will. she praised the center for saving the lives of a lot of those kids abandoned by their family. >> pretty a amazing.
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good morning. i'm susan kim here's what's coming up on "live at daybreak"...a life remembered.... family members of a nun from milwaukee honor her life after a brutal attack in mississippi. also... residents in sherman park are taking back their neighborhood by hitting the pavement. their way of keeping their community
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good morning. i'm susan kim. i'm vince vitrano.let's start off with a check on the weather... with meteorologist brian gotter. after a warm and humid weekend with scattered showers on saturday, the humidity is still here this morning with lows in the upper 60s and patchy fog. as many kids head back to school, it will be another warm day with highs in the lower 80s with high humidity. the threat for


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