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as ebola concerns continue across the country, one new jersey woman is in liberia helping children with the disease. starting tomorrow, if you're caught with a small amount of marijuana in philadelphia, you will not be arrested. we'll fill you in on the new city ordinance in a live report. make sure you grab a jacket if you're getting ready to head out the door. here's a live look at the center city skyline. the sun is starting to come up, but we are off to a cool start. good morning and welcome to nbc 10. i'm rosemary connors. it's 7:00 on this sunday. let's get right to the forecast with meteorologist michelle grossman. and michelle, the temperatures will really take a dip tonight. >> oh, yeah, we'll move into the 30s in some spots. freeze warning to the north and west. we have a frost advisory down to the south and east. more about that. right now cool conditions. we're looking at clouds also. you see those flags blowing. it's breezy. we're seeing winds gusting near 28 in spots. so temperatures, lots of blue on the map. that means it's cool to the north and west. 49 in allentown.
46 degrees in lancaster. 52 right now in philadelphia. and 51 in millvale. winds gusting near 22 in philadelphia. so that will be the story today. two pieces to your weather puzzle. the winds, also the cool temperatures. as we head throughout the overnight, we're going to see some cold temperatures. for today, mostly cloudy by 8:00. partly sunny by 10:00. lots of bright sunshine by noon. so a pretty day. just a pretty cool and windy day. more about that. also rain in your seven-day. that's all coming up. new from overnight, philadelphia police are investigating a deadly shooting in the city's parkside neighborhood. nbc 10 was at the intersection of west gerard avenue and north 38th where police say a man was shot around 1:00 this morning. he later died at the hospital. there are no arrests at this time. also new from overnight, investigators are looking for the cause of a row home fire that sent five people to the hospital. nbc 10 was at 7th street shortly after the blaze broke out around
2:15 this morning. crews had it under control in just about 30 minutes. three adults and two children are being checked at the hospital for smoke inhalation. this will be a critical week ahead in america's fight against ebola. by tomorrow morning, everyone on the dallas cdc monitoring list who has not shown symptoms of the virus will be declared ebola free. now, here are some of the new developments we want to make you aware of. in ohio more than 100 people who were visited by dallas nurse amber vinson are being monitored. canada will begin shipping experimental ebola vaccine to the world health organization tomorrow. and president obama who met last night with the head of the cdc on the government's response to ebola used his weekly radio address to try to reassure the nation. for you, as i mentioned, the cruise ship carrying a dallas health care worker who is being monitored for signs of ebola is back in texas. it docked about an hour ago. the coast guard retrieved a blood sample from the woman yesterday. now, she handled lab specimens
from thomas ung didden. he is the liberian man who died from ebola. she handled those lab specimens about three weeks ago. officials say she poses no risk and has not shown any symptoms of ebola. health workers are tracing procedures that may reveal how the two nurses at the dallas hospital contracted ebola. nina pham and amber vinson worked in close proximity to ebola patient thomas duncan. again, he died of the virus. it wasn't until duncan's diagnosis was confirmed that there was any mention of the hospital workers wearing hazmat suits. and that includes pham but not vinson. dr. robinson trains nurses on how to wear the protect ufsh gear. >> we need better guidelines. the only way the in urs can be properly educated and trained is if the administrators and the trainers do have the proper guidelines of what to say, what to do. >> both nurses are now being treated at medical centers outside of dallas.
the cdc is expected to issue new guidelines to protect health care workers nationwide. yesterday in north carolina, friends and family of thomas eric duncan remembered him at a memorial service. the cdc and health officials are looking into mistakes that may have led to his initial misdiagnosis of duncan. and again, the two nurses who were infected. here at home, members of philadelphia's liberian community are raising awareness about ebola through their musical heritage. liberian women's chorus for change performed at a public forum in southwest philadelphia last night. the four women are among the 10,000 liberian refugees who settled here after years of civil war. now their country is fighting ebola. the group told us that they are ready for that fight. liberia has been the hardest hit by the ebola outbreak. the virus has orphaned thousands of children. many of them are treated as outcasts. and that's where caring and
creative new jersey woman comes in. nbc's anne thompson has more. >> reporter: just 32 and so full of life, new jersey native katie miler is trying to stave off death in liberia. >> people aren't just dying of ebola here. they're dying of hopelessness. they're isolated. they're away from their friends and family. that's probably got to be the worst way to die in the world. >> reporter: here is west point, home to the poorest of the poor in the capital of monrovia, and a growing number of orphans. >> mercy and i are super close. and now she calls me actually -- she calls me mom. her parents have died. her grandparents died. >> reporter: mercy, the oldest of six, is one of many children victimized twice by this disease. >> the community told her she couldn't use the well to get water and she couldn't use the coal to cook food. so we were able to move them to a safer place. >> reporter: miler told me about perlina. >> this little 3-year-old cute
girl in a pink party dress sitting on the steps of the ambulance. it turns out she had just watched her mother die in the ambulance on the way to the hospital. the community refused to take care of her because they were afraid she had nowhere to go. >> reporter: miler who's worked in liberia for nine years is not afraid. she's tested negative for ebola. the governments temporarily shut down schools to miler turned the girls academy she opened last year into a haven for the kids. the guest house is a quarantine unit. >> you basically quarantine these kids with disney movies and love and ice cream. >> reporter: the library is a warehouse for medical supplies. but miler knows there's only so much she and her team can do. >> this is the picture that's on your blog that i can't get out of my mind. it's of a young girl leeing outside a holding center. >> she was laying on a bench by herself. i tried talking to her.
she didn't say anything. she was all alone. and i can't do anything about it. i'm fighting with everything i can. it's definitely really hard. >> reporter: when are you coming home? >> i am home. i'm home. home is where your heart is and my heart is right here. >> reporter: trying to provide hope in a land of despair. anne thompson, nbc news, new york. nbc10.com is your complete resource to the facts about the ebola virus. including how it can be spread and also ways you cannot get it. again, that's on nbc10.com. this morning pennsylvania state police are following a possible lead in their manhunt for eric frein. the alleged trooper killer has been on the run now for 37 days. state police say an armed man with mud on his face was spotted by a woman friday night near pocono mountain east high school
in swiftwater. the woman was taking a walk that night. so now state police have refocused their search in paradise and pocono townships. that's in the area of the high school. investigators also tell us that they've found what's believed to be blood on the back porches of two homes near cresco about five miles from the school. frein is wanted in the ambush shootings of two state troopers. corporal brian dixon is on the left. he was killed. trooper alex douglas on the right. he was wounded in the attack and left the hospital on thursday. he is now at a rehabilitation facility. meanwhile, people in the poconos are noticing an expanded police search for frein and one man we spoke to in that area tells us that he actually has a family connection to the fugitive. >> he's familiar with this area. because he and my granddaughter was on the rifle team before the school abolished it, you know. now, i never gave it any thought that he would turn out this way. >> most of the neighbors in that
area tell us that they just want the manhunt to end one way or another. philadelphia's new marijuana decriminalization bill goes into effect tomorrow. nbc 10's monique braxton is live at headquarters with how the new rules will be enforced. monique? >> reporter: rosemary, top police brass want to make sure that everyone knows this new law does not legalize marijuana. it also does not allow narcotics officers to ignore someone caught with the drug. the law does state, though, anyone found with 30 grams of marijuana will face a civil penalty. not an arrest. we spoke with police about how their enforcement measures will commence just after midnight tomorrow morning. >> if they, you know, interact with an individual instead of arresting, they'll issue the violation notice. so again, it's not like we're looking forward to anything different or anything big. it's not anything in terms of a different approach by our police officers. it's just going to be a matter of what they do as opposed to
processing an arrest, they'll just be issuing these violations, and they'll be confiscating the marijuana and then processing that. >> reporter: philadelphia is the largest city in the united states to initiate a law decriminalizing marijuana. in the next half hour, we're going to talk to police about the penalties and the punishment should someone face a civil arrest. that's the latest live here outside police headquarters. monique braxton, nbc 10 news. today it will be fire safety combined with fun. the city fire department will be holding a safety expo. there will be equipment demonstrations, family contests, of course, food and live entertainment. also, philadelphia mayor michael nutter is expected to deliver remarks at the event. again, the fire safety expo will run from 10:00 in the morning until 4:00 this afternoon at the fire academy. next, human remains found in
almost quarter after 7:00. the sun already up. here's a live look at the philadelphia museum of art where in just about 15 minutes from now, the annual aids walk will step off. first the runners. they're going to kick off at 7:30. and then the walkers at 9:00. it is a little bit cool out there, but the sun is up. the sun is out. definitely wear a light jacket if you are headed out to the event. this developing story out of virginia that we're following this morning. police there say they have found human remains that could be those of missing college student hannah graham. the chief medical examiner will have to confirm if it is, in fact, graham, but her parents have been notified about the discovery. the 18-year-old university of virginia student has not been seen in over a month. suspect jesse matthew has been charged in connection with graham's abduction. the remains, by the way, were found in the same area where the body of a 20-year-old virginia tech student was discovered in 2009. today just outside of
pittsburgh, investigators will be looking for the cause of a fire that killed six people including four children. keith eggenloff and his new wife escaped their burning home in mckeesport yesterday morning, but they went back inside to try to save jordan's four young children and his paralyzed father. only he came out alive. he suffered burns to over 55% of his body. and right now he is in critical condition. investigators say it may take days to trace the source of this fire. actor stephen collins may not face jail time. there are multiple reports that the "7th heaven" star will not be prosecuted for child molestation charges. that's because of the amount of time that's passed since the alleged crimes. audio surfaced last week in which the 67-year-old allegedly confessed to the three separate incidents including molesting or exposing himself to young girls back in the 1970s and '80s. let's head now to keene, new
hampshire. some disturbances continued into the early morning hours. take a look. police had to fire tear gas at a large group of college students who had thrown bottles and overturned dumpsters, they flipped over a car. there are reports that as many as 12 people have been arrested. that number may go up. witnesses say this was all caused by parties at keene state college that just spun out of control. this party was being held to celebrate the annual keene pumpkin festival. dozens of people suffered minor injuries during this incident. next, it's being called nepal's worst hiking disaster. unhads of people caught or killed in a series of snowstorms and avalanches. why have rescue operations been scaled down? we'll talk about it after the break. and no snow locally, but cooler temperatures. waking up to temperatures in the 40s in some spots. mostly cloudy skies across the area, but we're going to see lots of sunshine over the next couple of hours. taking a look outside, we are looking at clouds in cape may.
all right. a good sunday morning. waking up to cool temperatures. 50s in some spots. 40s to the knot anorth and west much colder. first weather headline, a nice day. we're starting out with clouds. sunshine by this afternoon. but it will be cool. temperatures not climbing very far from where they are right now. probably topping out right around 56. maybe 57 in philadelphia. on top of that, we are tracking some winds. it was a windy day yesterday. we're going to have to once again today. winds gusting near 28, up to 30 in some spots.
rain this week. not today. not tomorrow. but by tuesday, we are tracking the chance for some showers. outside, mostly cloudy skies. we'll see clouds slide out of here over the next couple of hours. that will brighten skies later on this afternoon. lots of sunshine this afternoon. 52 right now in philadelphia. feels like 52. winds out of the northwest at 14. so breezy even this morning. winds gusting near 30 up in the poconos. right now reading, 48. clouds, philadelphia, mostly cloudy, 52. 50 in atlantic city. so cool all across the area. and again, we're going to keep it pretty cool as we go throughout the day. to the north and west, lots of blue on the map. that means we are waking up to chilly temperatures. 40 in mt. pocono. by tonight, we'll see temperatures maybe below freezing or right around freezing there. 46 in lancaster. 52 in philadelphia. 50 in atlantic city and 50 in dover, delaware. so future temperatures, that's your big story today along with the winds. the temperatures only getting to 57 by later on this afternoon. sitting down to dinner, 6:00, 55 degrees in philadelphia. 40s to the north and west.
look what happens, though, overnight as we go throughout the overnight hours. we're looking at 30, which is freezing in some spots. by tomorrow morning, 36 in allentown and pottstown. so be prepared for that. especially for the kids at the bus stop. a cold night, freeze warning. that's where you see that light blue color to the north and west. cover your plants. frost advisory everywhere where you see the purple. that's pretty much everywhere excluding philadelphia county. yeah, get outside and maybe cover those sensitive plants. sunshine to finish. we'll see a pretty day but a pretty cool day. future weather as we go throughout time, clouds to start, then sunshine. tomorrow we'll flip-flop that. clouds in the afternoon. just be prepared for that before they clear out on friday. today, mostly sunny and cool. 55 to 58. tonight it's going to be a cold night. temperatures dropping into the 30s. 32 north and west. be prepared to are that. 56 today by monday, cold start.
partly sunny skies. 58. tuesday, that's when the rain comes in in the afternoon. 62. rain on wednesday, 58. keep that umbrella handy for thursday. could see a chance of showers and then we brighten up friday and saturday. saturday looking great. very nice. 64 degrees. officials say rescue operations have been scaled down in nepal at the trekking trail where hundreds of hikers were caught in a very bad blizzard last week. some helicopter flights were cut this morning because most of the trekkers who were stranded had left the area. at least 38 people were killed in a series of snowstorms and avalanches. in what's being called nepal's worst-ever hiking disaster. if i didn't drink, i couldn't sleep. >> it's a tragic mistake this man says turned his life upside down. why he believes he's responsible for the death of army ranger and former nfl football player pat tillman.
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it's hard to believe, but it has been ten years since nfl player turned army ranger pat tillman was killed by friendly fire in afghanistan. now the soldier who thinks that he pulled the trigger and accidentally killed tillman is telling his story. steven elliott sat down with nbc's lester holt. elliott says that he and a fellow soldier had just come out of an enemy ambush with no knowledge of friendly troops being in the area. elliott explains that both he and his comrade opened fire. after years of suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder, elliott decided that now is the time to go public about the pat tillman case. >> you were both firing in that same location. >> yeah. >> if someone came out with the evidence right now that said lo
and behold, it was the other guy's bullet, not yours, would that change anything? >> no, because i still fired there. i still made that choice. all of us felt a level of responsibility. >> elliott is now working as a legal advocate for veterans who have suffered trauma during their time in the military. there are some changes coming to the way philadelphia police handle marijuana cases in the city. nbc 10's monique braxton is live at police headquarters to explain. monique? >> reporter: rosemary, a new marijuana law takes effect in the city after midnight tonight. we'll talk about the penalties and the punishment after the break.
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are clear of the disease as the country and world remains on high alert over the deadly virus. a new law is changing how philadelphia police handle people caught with marijuana. why some cases will mean no arrests or criminal records. if you have plans to be outside today, you're going to be raking some leaves, getting a pumpkin or if you'll be at the aids walk which is stepping off in just a few moments from the philadelphia art museum, bundle up. bring a jacket with you. it's going to be a little cool out there. you can see some cloud covered skies at the moment, but the sun will be shining a little brighter later today. good morning. i'm rosemary connors. it's 7:30 on this sunday. meteorologist michelle grossman is tracking the cool conditions outside. and, michelle, we are going to see some sun. it should help just a little bit, right? >> absolutely. we're going to see sunshine even in the next couple hours. we're seeing clouds. mostly cloudy. we'll see sunshine by 11:00. there are those clouds i'm talking about.
it kept temperatures up overnight. we're in the 50s now in philadelphia, but we're not going to move very far as we head throughout the afternoon. a live look outside. we are looking at those clouds and windy conditions. i wanted to show you this picture. you see those flags flying in that wind. winds gusting near 30 in spots. that's going to be the story throughout the morning. temperatures, they are cool this morning. you can see lots of blue on our map to the north and west indicating cooler temperatures. 40 degrees in mt. pocono. 48 in reading. 52 now in philadelphia. 50 in dover and 50 in atlantic city. much colder as we go throughout the overnight hours tonight into monday morning. by 8:00, 50 degrees. 10:00, 52. by noon, 53. lots of sunshine. so a pretty looking day. you'll need your sunglasses and that coat, too, as we'll be cool and windy. we'll have your forecast coming up. new from overnight, a man is dead after a shooting in philadelphia's parkside neighborhood. nbc 10 was at the intersection of west gerard avenue and north
38th street where the man was shot around 1:00 in the morning. at this point, police have not made any arrests, and there is no known motive in this case. also new from overnight, investigators are looking for the cause of a row home fire that sent five people to the hospital. nbc 10 was at 7th street shortly after the blaze broke out around 2:15 this morning. crews did have it under control in just about 30 minutes. three adults and two children are now at the hospital being checked for smoke inhalation. urchltsz we want to bring you this live picture. this is this live picture. this is in galveston, texas. that carnival cruise ship that one of the dallas health care workers has been on during the week, it's back in galveston. again, the ship was traveling through the caribbean when it was learned that one of the passengers was this dallas health care worker who had
handled some of the lab specimens for thomas duncan. he is the liberian man who died of ebola at that dallas hospital. again, the cruise ship has docked in galveston, texas. so again, that health care worker, that person is being monitored. the rest of the passengers on the ship, of course, they have now returned to their home. this will be a critical week ahead in america's fight against ebola. that's because by tomorrow morning, everybody on the dallas cdc monitoring list, so anybody who worked at the hospital and may have had contact with thomas duncan, they say are not showing any symptoms of the virus, then they will be declared ebola free. again, that will happen tomorrow morning. here are some other new developments. in ohio, more than 100 people who were visited by dallas nurse amber vinson, they are now being monitored. and president obama used his weekly radio address to try to reassure the nation. >> this is a serious disease. but we can't give in to hysteria
or fear because that only makes it harder to get people the accurate information they need. we have to be guided by the science. >> yesterday in north carolina friends and family of thomas eric duncan remembered him at a memorial service. duncan is the first and only person to die of ebola in the u.s. the cdc and texas health officials are looking into mistakes that may have led to an initial misdiagnosis of duncan and the two nurses who were infected. here an home, an ebola prayer service is scheduled for a little bit later today in delaware county. it's being organized by a coalition of community and religious groups that have ties to west africa. the service willing held this afternoon at 4:00. it's at st. matthew lutheran church in springfield, delaware county. some of the biggest concerns over ebola are coming from philadelphia's liberian community. members gathered last night in southwest philadelphia for a
public forum and a musical performance. the women's chorus for change includes some of the 10,000 liberian refugees who settled here after years of civil war. now their country is fighting ebola. one of the musicians who was on hand last night told us that they are ready for this fight. >> we will be able to make it, too, because we've got each other. >> she says they are resilient. by the way, major funding for the liberian women's chorus for change is provided by the pew center for the arts and heritage. remember when we're not on the air, nbc10.com is your complete resource to the facts about the virus. again, go to nbc10.com. you can count on us to bring you realtime updates right to your computer or to your mobile device. beginning tomorrow in philadelphia, the use or
possession of small amounts of marijuana will carry a lesser penalty. monique braxton is live. monique? >> reporter: good morning. top police brass want to make sure that everyone knows this new law doesn't minar koean nar officers can ignore it nor does it legalize marijuana, but they tell us the law eases punishment. anyone found with 30 grams of marijuana will face a civil penalty. council person jim kenny pushed for this legislation back in may because he says it's a way to address the disproportionate marijuana arrests in the african-american community. also a buildup of criminal records. and what he sees as a reduction in job opportunities. we spoke with police about the penalties. >> the violators will be issued with what will be a $25 fee in terms of fine for those in possession of small amounts of
marijuana. those that are using marijuana, those violators will be issued a notice of violation in the amount of $100. >> reporter: philadelphia is the largest city in the united states to do this. mayor nutter has promised an outreach campaign to educate the public on how this new law will work. at 9:00, we're going to look at what cities in other states across the country are doing to decriminalize marijuana. live outside police headquarters, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. now to decision 2014. democrat tom wolf will be speaking in montgomery county tonight. the candidate for pennsylvania golfer wi will be at the sheraton valley hotel in king of prussia. meanwhile, governor corbett will address supporters in northeastern pennsylvania today. the republican incumbent is speaking before the wayne county republican women's annual harvest dinner. that's in beach lake this afternoon.
governor corbett will also be on nbc 10 at issue this morning at 11:30. election day is now just 16 days away. head to the polls on november 4th to cast your vote for pennsylvania's next governor. happening right now in philadelphia, thousands of runners are already out there beginning t inning their race f 20th annual aids run philly. this is right in front of the art museum. the runners took off just a few moments ago right around 7:30. the event raises money for hiv prevention, education and care services here in our region. there's also, of course, the aids walk philly, and that begins at 9:00 this morning. next, the nation's third largest cell phone carrier is making cuts. why hundreds of sprint workers will soon be out of a job. bundle up this morning. temperatures are in the 40s in some spots. even colder tonight. more about that.
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where the mother's health is in danger. no woman should be forced to carry a pregnancy from a rape. mario scavello sponsored a bill to force women to have unnecessary and invasive ultrasounds. it's horrifying. women need to know that mario scavello wants to stand between them and their doctors in making decisions that aren't his to make.
sprint has cut more than 450 jobs at its headquarters in kansas. that's the news this morning. this was just the first of a series of layoffs planned throughout the month. sprint has said that it's been cutting jobs to better compete with at&t and verizon. the company laid off about 475 workers from their headquarters earlier this year. so that brings the year's job cut total to more than 900 now. many of the employees in that round of cuts worked at a call center that were shut down. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> all right. a good sunday morning. we're starting out cool and windy. it was windy yesterday. we'll see the winds in place once again today. and temperatures not getting out of the 50s today. not out of the 40s in the poconos. taking a look at our weather headlines. cool today. another cool day. it's going to be cool most of this week, actually. temperatures topping right around 56, 57 today. some staying in the low 50s to the north and west. gusty winds on top of that.
we're seeing winds gusting near 28 in some spots. and then we are tracking the chance for rain this week. it won't be today or monday, but it will come by tuesday. we are looking at clouds in place. mostly cloudy skies right now. that will change over the next couple of hours. we'll see lots of sunshine. 52 now, mostly cloudy, winds out of the northwest at 14. that's a cool wind. we'll keep that cool air in place all day. to the north and west, 40 in mt. pocono. 46 in lancaster. 52 in philadelphia. 50 in glassboro as we slide down to the south and east, 50 in atlantic city. 50 in dover. and yeah, not going very far from here. throughout the day, winds blowing, you see the flags blowing in the breeze. i wanted to show you that. if you're going to be outside exercising, wear the windbreaker. a chilly breeze going right through you. winds right now, they're anywhere from 10 up to 20 miles per hour. 14 miles per hour in mt. pocono. gusting around 30 miles per hour. so clouds will start. you see the headline.
there are the clouds. as we go throughout future weather, showing us those clouds will slide off to the south and east as we go throughout time. the jersey shore seeing the last of the clouds. then as we go throughout tonight, lots of sunshine. clear skies overnight. tomorrow we're going to flip-flop that. we start out with sunshine. then the clouds roll in. so we're going to have a cloudy afternoon. and then it's tuesday when that coastal low impacts our weather with some rain on tuesday. 6:00 on tuesday, you could see heavy rain in spots. and then wednesday and thursday. so for today, mostly sunny. enjoy. it will be cool. 55 to 58. fall-like for your festivities. winds up to 15 but gusting higher than that. it will die down in the afternoon. we'll see clear skies and light winds. 30s in some spots. freezing mark in the poconos. maybe a little under that. we could see some freezing conditions. also frost conditions in the suburbs north and west. seven-day forecast, 56, chilly wind. by monday, a cold start, 30s in
a lot of spots. by tuesday, we're looking at rain in the afternoon. grab the umbrella. 62. wednesday, 58 with a chance for showers. same story on wednesday. thursday, excuse me. mostly cloudy skies, a chance for showers. friday looks much better. a mix of sun and clouds. looking fantastic for saturday. lots of sunshine, 64. the deadly ebola virus will be the focus of discussion this morning on "meet the press." we'll talk live to moderator chuck todd right after the break.
at 7:49, let's check in with the folks of the "today" show. we say good morning to lester holt and erica hill. hey, guys. >> rosemary, good morning. >> good to see you. coming up, breaking news overnight where a large party turned into a riot in the streets of one new hampshire town. dozens of people injured. several arrests. what started all this? we'll tell you. also, we're live in texas this morning where a cruise ship carrying a passenger who had been in isolation after the ebola scare has being doed just a few hours ago. people off the ship now.
and the texas hospital where ebola patient thomas eric duncan was treated is now speaking out about the mistakes it admits were made in handling the crisis. plus, we'll tell you about one mom's fight to keep a new toy off store shelves. a toy based on the "breaking bad" tv series. have you been in a wedding lately or spent any time on facebook? you may have noticed the craze of couples hashtagging their wedding. now the question is should they and should you as a guest document every single moment of their special day on social media? we'll take a look at wedding etiquette for the visual age. those stories and more when we get started on a sunday morning right here on "today," rosemary. >> as someone planning their own wedding, i'll definitely be tuning into that. >> okay. congratulations. >> yeah. this is a critical week ahead in america's fight against ebola. by tomorrow morning, everybody on the dallas cdc monitoring
list who is not showing symptoms of the virus, they will be declared ebola free. here are the new developments we in ohio, more than 100 people who were visited by dallas nurse amber vinson are being monitored. canada says it will begin shipping an experimental vaccine to the world health organization tomorrow. and president obama who met last night with the head of the cdc about the government's response to ebola, he used his weekly radio address to try to reassure the nation. of course, we do know that that carnival cruise ship, that has docked in galveston, texas, carrying that health care worker from dallas. ebola concerns will be the toppi issue on "meet the press." it will feature a panel of experts to answer your questions. and joining us now for a preview is moderator of "meet the press," chuck todd. good morning, chuck. >> good morning. >> chuck, of course, there's been a lot of fear and panic over ebola, but there are real questions of government accountability in making sure that the nation is prepared and calm. so who is to blame in
washington? >> reporter: well, that's always, you know, when you have a little over two weeks to go before an election day, the who is to blame question probably becomes a higher priority to some than it should be, but that has been part of the problem here. and i think the government itself when you look at what president obama did earlier this week, naming an actual ebola czar, a coordinator to deal with interagency communications, it shows that they know that they dropped the ball in handling the initial case in dallas. and that the cdc needs to get stricter. everybody needs to get stricter. and there needs to be an elevated way that things are handled. but, of course, i think part of this has been the fact that election day is so close, so it's been very easy to politicize it very quickly and frankly the white house has a history of underreacting to a crisis in the moment, then watching sort of social media get ahead of them. the facts get ahead of them, and they desperately try to get back in front of it. so i think it's been this combination of concern and anxiety over the disease itself coupled with the election.
>> and chuck, you bring up the election. the midterm elections are just 16 days away now. you're going to be hitting the road this week to meet the voters in key battleground states. what do you expect to hear from them? >> well, i'm hoping to find out what it is, this sort of wall that voters have hit. they're not happy with the incouple bepts in washington. maybe they're unhappy with the democrats, but they don't certainly want to reward the republicans or vice versa. they're not happy with their republican-elected official but they're not ready to reward the democrats. so the question is how do they express their anger? how do they express their disappointment in the form of their vote? what message do they want to send with their vote? that's really the key question a want to get an answer to. what is the message you want to send to washington with your vote? both to your member of congress and the president. and maybe perhaps if all of those voices are heard a little bit louder and a little bit clearer here in washington, maybe the people that actually win will hear what they're saying rather than just counting up their vote. >> good stuff. chuck todd, moderator of "meet
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good morning. grim discovery. family and friends of hannah graham preparing for the worst this morning after officials say remains found in an abandoned area may belong to the missing college student. back to port. the ship carrying the ebo sample is now decked in texas after a helicopter flies over the ship friday to collect a blood sample from her. we are live. festival frenzy. a chaosic scene in new hampshire. a an annual pumpkin festival spins out of control. dozens of people injured, several arrests in the unruly scene. what went wrong