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temperatures dropping into the low 70s. still muggy out there but dry so you don't have much to worry about that on that front. what i want to transition too is the tropics. take a look, jose just won't go away. here's a look at hurricane jose right now. it's a cat one storm. the expected trajectory right now is to loop back in again and then start to weaken as we head through the coming days. notice how close it gets toward the mid-atlantic and eastern seaboard and that's why we're going to actually see jose's farthest rain bands extending in and bringing us rain as we head through tuesday evening. not just jose we're watching, folks. also maria. a tropical debregs right now. maria expected to become a hurricane as we head through the coming hours. i want to go ahead and show you the trajectoried path of maria. it's a cat one storm right now. 75-miles-per-hour. really impacting areas in the lesser antilles, areas like
this one, could possibly strength to cat 3. so we're going to have to watch maria very closely. here's a look at your storm team 4 ten-day outlook. few things i want you to note. remember, tuesday we'll see rain chances and that is because of the outer rain bands of hurricane jose. temperatures are staying in the 80s all the way through the end of the week. we won't see upper 70s until sunday. overall, i think this is a really good forecast. just be prepared for those rain showers on tuesday. >> what happened to my seven day? still ahead. a wild day of nfl action with friends churning i sweet 4k tntv, mr. peterson. thanks. pretty psyched. did you get fios too? no. mr. peterson, fios is a 100% fiber optic-network. what does that mean? think about it. if you got an awesome new car you'd put the best gas in it, right. so why hook up your awesome technology
cray venz the safety returning to practice this week. he's been in contact with the redskins and met last night with doug williams at the usc game and was working out a return to practice on tuesday. but news4 reports has learned that he's just exchanged hellos with williams and is not expected to return this week. he was put on the exempt left squad list before the season after pondering retirement so he would not be eligible to return to game action until week five. ravens with their home openers taking on the browns fans, fired up. skip ahead second quarter, former eagle kevin hogan, hogan's making plays, going deep here to david joe cue and he brings it in. 23 yard touch down pass for hogan. the ravens answer right back after driving down the field,
here, two yard touchdown, second straight week with a touchdown pass and. kaiser comes back in the game. he left in the red zone and brown hope to close the ground. ravens win it 24-10 and are now 2-0 on the season. mcveigh not the only reunion today. andy reid of course led the eagles so many years. carson wentz looking to back up that strong performance last week against the skins, seconds left in the second quarter when going for his tight end zack and check this out ball bounces off the defender catches tonight rebound, what a grab, you have to see it here, mitchell's arm bounces off the ball, urts pushes him out of the way, that leads to a field goal to tie the game. third quarter now eagles up
10-6. rookie 53 yard touchdown, that's now two t.d.s of 50 plus yards. first time someone's done that since 1955. switch to the fourth quarter, seven point game after an eagles score and recovery of an on site quick carson wentz with the hail mary good throw here but it deflected out of bounds and that does it. chiefs hang on to win 27-20. bob belichick but today against the saints brady did something he's never done before, three touchdown pass in just the first quarter. brady getting things going with a 19 yard strike. next on a third and six brady feeling the pressure but he gets it off to his buddy big tight end ron gronkowski and gronk does the rest from here. 53 yard touchdown. gronkowski did leave the game
brady finishes 30 of 39 for 447 yards as the pats beat the saints 36-20. the nationals continue to struggle winning only one of their last five games. the final home game before a nine day road trip. as for the orioles voided the sweep against the yankees in the bronx today. 4-11 in the month. top of the fourth, o rs 2-1. sends this ball into orbit. monster shot to left center, 456 foot, three run home run. orioles take a 5-1 lead. gets brett gardner swinging of one run baseball now skip to the nine. 2 zack britton
sanchez on a breaking ball. the orioles hold on to win 6-4. >> w nba playoffs. game three here in d.c., late second quarter, christy tal bert takes it all the way. capping a 15-2 mystics run they led by one at the half but there's a reason the lynx have been a main stay. 17 points for her in the game. lynx sweep the mystics 81-70. minnesota advancing to the finals for the sixth time in the last seven years. so incredible push by the miss ticks. they finish the post-season 2 and 3. the future looking bright. >> thank you. that about does it for this broadcast. we'll be joining "nbc nightly news" in progress right after this and we'll see you tonight later after sunday night football. go
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snow. good evening, two days after that rush hour attack on a london subway on friday, we're getting what may be a first look at the possible suspect. last night, police announced a second arrest in the case and as londoners returned to work tomorrow morning, there will be stepped up security in that city. we begin with a new video captured by security cameras and our kelly cobia. >> reporter: is this the subway bomber just before the attack? security camera video obtained by our british partner itv news shows a man carrying the same type of supermarket bag found holding the bomb. the video, which has been turned over to police, was recorded just before 7:00 friday morning. an hour and a half later, the bomb sent a fire ball through a subway car, injuring more than two dozen people. the video was taken outside this house south of london. site of a counterterrorism raid saturday. investigators were still searching the home today. the homeowners, foster parents ron and
by the queen for taking in hundreds of children. it's not clear what connection the couple or their home have to the investigation. our british news partners contacted the couple. they had no comment. >> doing what they do, you know, fostering kids. they do a good job of it as well. >> reporter: tonight police are still questioning an 18-year-old man arrested in dover saturday morning. a key ferry port to france. and they have a second man in custody. a 21-year-old arrested west of london late saturday night. neither man has been named or charged. >> police have made good progress with what is an ongoing operation. >> reporter: on the streets of the capital, a heavy police presence again today. the threat level was lowered to severe, meaning an attack is still highly likely. nbc news, london. >> in france, four young american women were attacked with acid today. it happened at the train station. two of the wom
for burns and have since been released from the hospital. authorities say they are all students at boston college studying abroad. a 41-year-old woman was arrested. authorities say she had a history of psychiatric problems. they say there was no indication that this was a terrorist attack. as he prepares to address the u.n. general assembly on tuesday, president trump mockingly called north korea's leader rocketman today while top aids issued new warnings about north korea and it's nuclear program. we get the latest from kelly o'donnell. >> reporter: back in new york city tonight, home again, but here for a first. the president will address the united nations general assembly tuesday. where all are familiar with his criticism of u.n. bureaucracy. >> when do you see the united nations solving problems? they don't, they cause problems. >> reporter: today amid tweets, the president weighed in on a dire threat as he described a
south korea. and taunted north korea's leader with a new mocking label, asked him how rocketman is doing. kim jong-un celebrates his launch of roughly two dozen missiles this year. while world leaders impose economic sanctions. >> this regime is so close now to threatening the united states and others with a nuclear weapon that we really have to move with a great deal of urgency. >> reporter: a packed week ahead. tomorrow, the president meets with leaders of israel and france. center stage tuesday, where his speech will praise values that bind democratic nations, while also calling for more urgent action. >> he's going to address these specific threats of north korea, iran, terrorism, global terrorism, and why it is important that all of us come together and confront these as a unified body. >> reporter: the president will get face time with leaders from around the world. including british prime minister theresa may, the
authority president, and special attention for south korea and japan. vulnerable neighbors of north korea. >> we wanted to be responsible and go through all diplomatic means to get their attention first, if that doesn't work, general mattis will take care of it. >> reporter: and there will be some notable absences, of course north korea's leader never attends, but he is sending a delegation. china's president is passing this year and so is russia's president vladimir putin, but the top official from russia will be meeting with the secretary of state and that's happening tonight kate right here in new york city. >> interesting kelly, you mentioned wide range of tweets, some quite provocative, one about hillary clinton today. >> reporter: the president retweeted a tweet that shows a video of him playing golf and a real piece of video showing hillary clinton tripping when she was secretary of state in the airplane. what was added was a golf ball. it looks as if the swing hits hillary clinton. this is the kind of red meat that many of his supporters find entertaining, at the same time
on the fact that the president retweeted this from someone who sends a lot of controversial videos out on his twitter feed. >> kelly o'donnell, nice to be in new york. thanks so much. we're keeping a close eye tonight on two big storms. one of them is hurricane jose, which is expected to bring strong winds, high surf, and lots of rain to the east coast in the next couple of days. the other, hurricane mia could cause more dmaj hard hit parts of the caribbean. morgan radford has more on that. >> reporter: in puerto rico tonight, residents are gearing up for another big hit. >> everybody's getting ready. we're getting ready. >> reporter: stocking up on water and wood, just one week after hurricane irma demolished parts of the caribbean and tore through florida. now, two more hurricanes have formed, packing a one-two punch. >> going to be a big deal for puerto rico. >> reporter: just off the carolina shore, hurricane jose is whipping 90 mile per hour winds. creating dangerous currents as it barrels up
on it's heels, hurricane maria, strengthening as it heads for barbuda, st. martin, and the virgin islandings. all trying to pick up the pieces in the aftermath of the category five strike they faced just days ago. how critical are the next few days i ahead for those places that have already been hit by hurricane irma? >> well, they already have the mental anguish and the burden of trying to pick up after irma, and now bearing down with maria, there's so much in front of them right now, and still the season has ten weeks to go. >> reporter: in puerto rico, the governor warning this could be even worse. >> make sure that your families are safe. we can start the rebuilding process once again after this storm passes. >> reporter: while neighbors wait anxiously and get ready for round two. >> just buying some plywood to lock up the doors and windows. >> reporter: morgan radford, nbc news, miami. new demonstrations today in st. louis two days after a white former police officer who shot a black man was found not guilty
the protests followed vandalism last night at more than 20 businesses. we get more from nbc's blake mccoy. >> reporter: as police worked to clear the streets, protesters in st. louis turned violent for a second night. >> okay. oh my god. someone just smashed the window at blueberry hill. >> reporter: smashing the window was two dozen businesses in a popular suburban shopping district. chaos in the darkness, leading to a handful of arrests. a stark contrast to larger, peaceful rally that had taken place earlier. >> we do not condone this. and i'm probably speaking for a lot of us. >> reporter: this mexican restaurant was among those vandalized. what do you think? >> this is really bad. you know, it's sad. for me. >> reporter: since the acquittal of former police officer jason stockily friday and the 2011 killing of anthony lamar smith, protesters have been looking to disrupt, going into neighborhoods, shutting down
shopping mall. why target busy commercial areas like this? >> so that everyone can understand that there's a -- that there's pain. and until everyone feels the pain, then there's no sense of urgency to address it. >> reporter: the economic impact is being felt with both u 2 scene ed shooern cancelling big concerts this weekend. >> sure, it's a hit on the economy, but i think it was the right decision. >> reporter: by day break, neighbors arrived to help these businesses clean up. help, no one asked for, but that came anyway. >> we know we're a loving city. there's a lot of heart here. >> reporter: on this boarded up business, a mural representing a common goal. justice and peace. blake mccoy, nbc news, university city, missouri. up next, mysterious death in diabetes can be a daily struggle, even if you're trying your best. along with diet and exercise,
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in what could be a narcos plot point, carlos moounz shot multiple times and left for dead while looking for filming sites. mexican media reporting the 37-year-old's life ended an hour and a half northeast of mexico's city on an unnamed road. i spoke to his sister today. what did he want the rest of the world to see about mexico? >> he just wanted to show how beautiful our country really is. and how nice people are and -- just to be able to show it off. >> reporter: born many mexico, he made a career using his homeland as the setting for cinema fantasy. scouting locations for the james bond film specter. the fast and furious franchise, and a host of other movies and series. >> he felt very lucky to be able to l
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