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good morng. gloves off. >> i'm going to now direct this advice to biden. >> senator kamala harris' fiery turn at the democratic debate, making it personal with joe biden over civil rights. >> she was bussed to school every day. that little girl was me. >> challenginghe t former vice president on his record on race. just ahead, the highs and tows of night and the question of the morning, did the primary just get a major shakeup? tous ra with laughs?um presiden and vladimir putin meeting overnight. their controversial exchange overussian election interference. >> don't meddle in the election. >> what the president is saying about that moment this morning. >> new clues.
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a person of iemerest erges in the mysterious disappearance of a college student in utah. the search for her entered day 11. >> those stories, plus red flags. e deadly shark attack in the bahamas raising concerns at beaches home ahead of july 4th. do more, the push to improve fan safety at every major league ballpark now coming fm capitol hill. >> and fever pitch. >> who's going to win? >> us. >> excitement builds and so do theem tperatures in paris asam te usa gets ready to face off with france at the world cup today, friday, june 28th2019. fromc news, this is "today" with savnah guthrie and hoda kotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, everybody. welcome to "today." nice to have you with us on a friday morning.
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>> good to have you back. ood to see edig ght wwnk hdooursan, sleep. >> eight hours ago, i was in miami. the debate, our top story. mu different el. with four of the top polling democrats taking stage, and also, senator biden at the center of pointed criticism, especially from kamala harris. we'll start with hallie jackson. good morning. >> hey, savannah. good morning to listen, we had expected this debate to heavily feature the front-runner, joe biden, and it sure did,hough maybe not in the way his team would have wanted. biden was front and center, but so were his ilvulnerabies. as senator kamala harris made very clear and very personal in which arguably not just the most dramatic moment of the debate but the primary sson so far. the most explosive exchange of this democratic primary yet. >>'m going to direct this
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advice to president biden. kamala harris confronting joe biden over his working with two segregationist senators two cades ago. >> i do not believe you're a racist, and i agree with you when youyo commit self to the importance of finding comoun grnd, but i also believe, and it's personal. and it was hurtful. you also worked with them oppose busing. and you know, there was a little girl in california who was part of the secon class to integrate her public schools. and she was bussed to school every y. and that little girl was me. >> the audience stunned into silence with biden forced onto defense. >> mischaracterization of my otsition acrosshe board. i did n praise racists. that is not true. number one. mber two, i we want to have this campaign litigated on who supports civil rights and who does not, i'm happy to do that.
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i was a public defender. >> harris' campaign tweeting the photo of the senator at a ild. that little girl was me. the ige framing a marquee moment in a mbatative debate. >> america does not want to witness a food fight. they want to know how we're going to put food on their tabling. >> harins havg the night's biggest breakout moments and the night'sge bigst target, that was biden, whose rivals rep ttedly madehe case for new leadershen. >> joe bid was right when he said it was time to pass to torch to new americans 32 years ago. >> i'm stild stillolding on to the porch. >> making his point to support president obama. >> the candidates hashing out how progressive their policies should be, but all unanimous on this. >> raise your hand if your
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government pron could pde coverage for undocumented immigrants. >> the president pouncing on that tstance,eting from the g-20 summit in japan, how about taking care of american citizens first? that's the end of that race. and on immigration, millennial mayor pete buttigieg lasting republican support for president trump's policies. >> to say it's okay to suggest that god would smile on the division of families at the hands of federal agts, that god would condone putting ildren in cages, h lost all claim to ever use religious language again. >> some of the sharpest attacks saved for the man these candidates hope to replace. >> what is the greatest national security threat to the states? it's donald trump. >> trump is a phony. that trump is a pathological liar and a lied to the american people during his ack on the campaign trail, and t includes joe biden who is set to deliver a
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civil rights speech to grow to chico and speak with those folks. biden's sources inside the campaign are pushing back on reports there was a freak-outmo nt, if you will, among staff, given biden's performance, describing the atmosphere as remarkay calm. >> thank you so much. former democratic senator claire mccaskill served with many of the presidential hopefuls on the stage and she's with us as an nbc news political analyst. good mornint about lasnight, that's the theme of the morning. what did you think about vice president biden? he came in as the front-runner. do you think last night hurt him? he took some shots. >> there's no question it was not his best night. he had a solid performance, but kamala, she brought ldit. i wut it in context, though. this was the opening curtain on a very long dram w anle i think kamala certainly assured she's going to be in the final group of people on the stage debating come the
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end of this year, i think we can't assume that joe biden can't recover or that now it's a done deal for kamala harris. >> senator, here's the thing. there seems to be a different narrative emerging about joe biden. everyone knows barack obama's number two, but also, here's the senator who has a complicated relationship with busing. he has thiselationship with segregationists, that he worked with while he was in the upper chamber. do we think that last night moves the needle or do you think this is a narrative that is going to start to manifest itself in polling? >> if you look strategically at the votes in the democratic primary, nothing is more important than the african-american vote. and frankly, the youth vote. eethat's where you s growth. what happened last night? you saw some of the younger candidates go after bernie to try to grab some of that youth vote, and you saw kamala harris go after joe biden, trying to reassure the african-american community, hey, i'm real.
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you guys need to get with this. i can be not only the second black president in the united states, but the first woman president in the united states. >> the dynamic in tpr ary, whether it's a republican primary or democratic primary, is always things that happen in the primary may later come back and haunt in the general election. di you see anything on stage that concerned you as a democrat on those grounds? >> it will be interesting to see how this plays out.ka la said after the debate that when she raised her hand to lester holt's question o private insurance, she thought she was referring to her own. se ud the word "their" and she thought they meant hers and she was not saying all private insurance should be outlawed here. that's going to be something. there's 150 million people in this country that have health insurance at work and they're not as excited about giving it up. >> senator warrentad her grounds on that the night before. >> that's going to be one of the debates in the primary. hould we do away with
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tiv atprsuine illegal as bernie and elizabeth think we should do, or should private insurance be an option f people who still want to provide insurance at work and get insurance at work. >> really quickly, who else do you think had a good night? >> i think mayor pete had a pretty good night. frankly, i think one of the easons joe biden didn't meet expectations is because all of the candidates were pretty damn good. i maybe shouldn't say that on morning tv. apologize to all the parents out there. >> wash urmouth out with soap. >> i'm going to see this glass as half full, as long as it doesn't get too personal. if itoes, voters will react. what we saw over the la two nights is we have a lot of strong candidates to take out the mess in the oval office. >> senator claire mccaskill, thank you very much. breaking overnight, president trump sitting down with russia's vladimir putin on the sidelines of the g-20 summit. it was their first meeting since the end of the mueller investigation, and president trump raised some eyebrows with
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how he handled russian interference in u.s. elections. today, seniorna internat correspondent keir simmons traveling there with the president, he's in osaka, japan. >> hey, craig.ning. good morning. the white house confirming this morning that the russian president, president tin, did indeed invite president trump to moscow next may if he agreed to that, and the white house says he's not accepted the offer. it would be prettyg stunnin because next may would be just six months before the 2020 election. but it was president trump's comments on election meddling with president putin sitting right next to him that is raising eyebrows this morning. asked if he had warned russia not to meddle in the 2020 elections, president trump appeared to jingly reprimand president putin. >> don't meddle in the elections. don't heddle in elections. >> mr. putin laughing along. it's the first time the two men
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have met since the conclusion of robert mueller's investigation, blaming russia for sweeping and systematic election interference in 2016. mr. trump praising putin who has repeatedly denied any meddling. >> we have a very, very good relationship and look forward to good time ett together. a lot of positive things going to come out of the relationship, so vladimir, thank you vy much. >> earlier, the twoen chatting ahead of the familhoto of all of the gathered leaders. president trump standing beside saudi arabia's cro prince, mohammed bin salman. the summit taking place amid a backdrop of international instability. iran, north korea, climate change all big issues here. a fist bump with leaders couldn't denide trade. the secretary-general determinedly neutral. t it is very important t
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dialogue that is foreseen utween the presidents of china and the. >> the crucial u.s./china talks set to take place in less than 24 hours. today, president trump warning america's security and intellectual property must be protected. a renewed dialogue onut trade, b will there be a deal? back to that meeting between president trump and presidentn. puti the white house said it lasted between 45 minutes and an hour. and they talked aboutrm a control, about iran, about venezuela, about ukraine, about syria, but it was one agreement that may be criticized. the white house says they agreed to improve relations. >> keir simmons for us in osama, japan. thank you. >> two rulin from the u.s. supreme court on the final day of its turn. one was a blow to the trump administration's plan to put a citizenship question on the census form, and the other a setback to advocates of political reform. pete, good morning. >> good morning, savannah. the supreme court rejectedhe
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trump administration's claim for why it needed to put a question census tizenship on the form that goes to every u.s. household next year. it left the door o tn for government to try again, but there may not be enough time for that. >> what do we want?ig >> immrant groups cheered the decision, aig win for them and s1fo7 crsu ss form taif they're a u.s. citizenou w discourage migrants from responding resulting in a population undercounted. f> supreme court has handed us, the people o new york, a victory. we can stand proud and insure that every singlene of us will be counted. >> required by the constitution every tenyears, the census determines how many members each state gets in the house of representatives and how muchmo y states get in federal grants. for densely populated states, the citizenship question could maken big difference the results. >> it would be a sad occurrence
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if people said since that's on there, i'm not going to be counted, because it means so much in terms of a who were as a nation. >> the rulin gives the up with an explanation for whyip it needs the citizensh question, and that will start another court battle. they need to start preparing the forms beffe the end o june, but he asked lawye if they can delay the census until the supreme court is given more information. >> can you imagine you send out a census andot you're n allowed to say whether or not a person is an american citizen. >> there was another decision from the supreme court yesterday. can you tell us about that? >> this involved two cases from maryland and north carolina, and in those cases, the court said it's not for federal judge to weigh in when the states draw the maps for their congressional and legislative districts andav hey favor the party in power. this was a 5-4 ruling with the conservatives in the majority, saying the court has no
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authority to reallocate political power among the major parties. if this decision had gone the other way, it could have led to changes in who controls congress in the legislature. >> thank you. l s more to get to on this friday morning, including new pressure on major league baseball to extend protective netting at all stadiums.ue leagwide. this comes after a number of alarming incidents where fans have been dinju by foul balls. gadi schwartz is in chicago with more on that. gadi, good morning. >> good morning,ai cr the white sox, tigers, and pirates are just some of the first teams to pledge for more netting at their sthing as far as the foul poles. as some lawmakers are now calling for more to be done to protect fans like the 2-year-old little girl whose skull was fractured by a foul ball during a cubs/astros game last month. this morning, the pittsburgh pirates, the latest major league baseball team to extend netting in their stadium. announcing plans to extend the barriers to or near the foul poles at pnc stadium.
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the pirates join a greing list of teams that haven following a number of injuries to fans hit by foul balls. it was a foul ball straight at a 2-year-old girl in the stands and the looks of horror that for many had become the rallying cry r more protective netting. yers morning, a t l aw orball shetruck with such force fractured her skull. >> bleeding in the brain. there's swelling. she sustained a seizure episoder shortly aft she was discharged originally and orecourse was admitted for the seizures rr. >> since the incident, the cubs alrt almora jr. has become one the first to call for action. >> i want to put a net around the whole >>stadium. ow congress is getting involved. senators tammy duckworth and richard durbin writing a letter rob manfred stating mlb and every team should expedite plans
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to extend netting to further protect fans, but injuries at other stadiums continue. a teen in los angeles hit in the face. >> i'm not the only one at the stadium who got hit. >> last year, a 79-year-old woman killed by a pop fly at this leading people to say enough is enough. >> watching the last little girl to get hit was traumatic. >> for those bringing gloves to the game, the mlb's recommendation oo extenting t the dugout is good enough. ract from uldn't detlak the game. >> the mlb's decision to extend to the dugouts at the death at dodger stadium got all teams on ard, but injuries have back u further. >> dylan is in for al. what's going on in the forecast? >> we're talking about the heat. in fact, we have heat advisories in effect for 7 million people
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in the midwest and also air quality advisories. it's hothumid. e air is pretty stagnant. anyone with respiratory issues, especially asthma, could deal with increasing those symptoms today. njust something to keep mind. you might want to stay indoors in those areas today. let's take a look at what's going on in miami. we have been breaking tons of records this week. we had four consecutive record high temperatures. we also recorded the hottest june temperature on record with a high of 98 degrees, and seven days thisth have been at 95 degrees or higher. all of these areas, pensacola, sanford, melbourne, all the way down to miami, have had the top five warmest junes o record. we are going to see a little bit of relief today, although temperatures will still be in the upper 80s and low 90s. another area it's dangerously hot and humid, through the midwest, into parts of the plains wit your heat indices from 100 to 105. more of that is expected into saturday. e looking for the heat to
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expand to the north. north platte, nebraska, 95. that's a look at the weather across the country. we'll get to your local forecast in the next 30 secon. ♪ and do what you wanna do. ♪ so... what do you wanna do? the 2019 jeep compass. huradditional bonus cf july on select $500as visit good morning, i'm chuck bell. monshine and a hazy sky here this rning. temperatures are going to be way above average yet again today. right now, i we're the 60s in the western suburbs, but mid 70s downtown and by the bay. your planner for your iday, hazy, hot, and humid today. there is a chance for more storms later on into the afternoon. much like we had yesterday. more of the same tomorrow with a
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high of 96 on your saturday. breezy, turning cooler and less humid for sunday and monday. >> and that's your latest forecast. >> a t right, dylan,nk you. coming up, are police one step closer to finding out what happened to the utah collegeho student w vanished mysteriously neaeey two wks ago? we'll have overnight developments in tha investigat>> also, details in t shark attack in the bahamas amid safety concerns at u.s. beaches heading into this fourth of july holiday. first, this is "today" on nbc. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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from t day you're born we never stop taking care of you. >> this is a news 4 "today" news break. >> 7:26 is your time now on this friday, june 28th, 2019. good morning, everyone. >> today marks one year since the capital gazette shooting. gornor larry hogan has named june 28th as freedom of the press day in maryland. five all died when a gunman opened fire at the paper last year. >> later this morning, the man accud of killing heather heyer will face a judge for sentencing. james fields jr. was convicted of intentionally driving into a crowd of counterprotesters in charlottesville during a white nationalist rally two yearsago.
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look for updates in the nbc washington app. let's check on your commute with jack taylor. how's it going, jack? >> hey, as you can see on the beltway, inner loop, the ramp to route sev temporarily stopped with a tow truck on scene. delays back in springfield. it's one of the slowest spots right now on the beltway. you'll find 395 main line northbound as you go to boundary channel drive, accident activity, left lane. we also had early morning issues on the rails on metro. silver and blue with dela in both directions because of a broken down train. >> we'll take a break and check your forec.
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getting o to a muggy start. temperatures in the low to mid 70s. 90 degrees b lunchtime. a possibility of storms again
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30 now. it's friday morning, june 28th, 2019. 50 years to the day after the l stonewuprising began and kickstarted the gay rights movement here in the united states. >> stonewall, of course, a bigr of the world pride fest. it's held here in new york citya and t includes here in rockefeller center as well. the rink, the fails rink, lined is morning with more than 100 rainbow colored flags and every snight, the plaza i going to be lit in rainbow colors as well. we'll have much more on world pride and the history of stonewall ahead. >> let's get to the headlines of the morning. thgs got contentious on night two of the democratic debates.
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joe biden forced to derdnd his recon race in the face of tough questions from kamala harris. >> it was hear you talk about the reputations of two united states senators w built their reputations and career onio segreg of race in this country. >> it's a mischaracterization of my position across the board. i d not praise racists. that is not true, number one. number two, if we want to have this campaign litigated on who supports civil rights or not, i'm happy to do that. >> the candidates clashed sharplyn socialism, on health care. when asked if they supported health care for undocumented immigrants, all ten raised their hand. >> president trump met with russian president vladimir putin for the first time since the release of the mueller report, which outlined russia's interference in the 2016
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jokingly reprimand president putin in osaka, japan. >> will you tela russi not to meddle in the election. >> of course. don't meddle in the ecelon. >> the president went on to praise putin and said, quote, a lot of very positive things would comeut of this. >> researchers have discovered a new dinosaur species. experts say the species is about 5 feet long, carnivorous, and traveled on two feet. investigators believe the breeding ground was northwestern brazil. fossils were found at a dig site and put on display for the media in southern brazil. >> meanwhile, new developments in the case of a missing collegn studentalt lake city, utah. nbc national correspondent iguel almaguer has bee following the story. he jones us with the latest. miguel, good morning. >> good morning. with the search forke macie lueck entering day 11, authorities say they are making progress. they identified a person of
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interest, but there is still no si of the missing university of utah student. at the salt lake city home where police used shovels to dig for new leads, investigators have now identified person of interest in the radisappeae of mackenzie lueck. while no arrests have been made, th unidentified homeowner has been questioned by detectives. officers removing bags of evidence, including ammunition. the police chief telling nbc news the investigation is complex. > a lot of this investigation focuses on a digital forensic footprint. we would like to know who she was communicating with in the last f days, up until and including that night when she disappeared. >> spending 19 hours at theho , investigators also appeared to pay special attention to a detached garage. police say they're now looking for this mattress, which was given away. smell and ay a foul smoke recently drifted from the property. rooms here were also rented on
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airbnb. julian said she stayed at the home. >> i was leaving, he was asking me a bunch of questions, just about where i was going, what i was doing, why i was in salt lake. he asked me where i was workin and then couple weeks later, he tried to friend me on facebo j, and it didn't accept it because it's a little weird. >> missing 11 days now, mackenzie lueck was last seen arriving at the l socke city airport. she texted her mother she landee safely and t took a lyft to a park and was dropped off just before 3:00 a.m. detectives believe another car wasting for mackenzie. e park just miles from where police recovered evidence. >> i can only imagine what the family is doing right now. we will do everything we can to find mackenzie. >> thismo ing, mackenzie stillss miing. as police identify a personf interest while digging for new ads. >> so miguel, i know police didn't reveal a lot of specifics
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at that news conference on vethursday. ha we heard from mackenzie's ly fami >> we're told they're talking to investigators every day, and their first public statement, the 23-year-ols family says in part that they hope and pray she'll be safe and found and brought back home,dd ag that while police continue their search, they're not going to give up hope that mackenzie will be found safely. >> a baffling case. thank you. let's get a check of the weather from dylan, and the weekend forecast. what's going on? >> there will be scattered storms, but for the most part, the weekend looks okay. nice and hot, too, for folks headed to the beach or outside to the po right now, though, we have a lot of severe weather moving through nowaheastern io you can see the severe thunderstorm warning. lots of cloud to ground lightning. downpours through wconsin and northwestern michigan. this will slide into the chicago area later today, and more storms will fire up latn afternoond evening, especially across montana and northwestern north dakota. we could see damaging winds and large hail. t
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very loweat of tornadoes in that area. then going into saturday, that cold front is going to slide through. so it's warm, it's humid. the cold front moves in and it gives us a riskerf some s storms. those will be likely saturday afternoon and evening, especially across the northeast with large hail, damaging winds, and again, very low tornado threat. something to keep in mind as this frontal systemes continu to make its way to the east. elsewhere, really all about the heat. temperatures well up into the 90s through the middle of the country with feels-like temperature closer to 105. now here's a peek out your window. >> hazy and humid this moing. poor air quality across the area again. we have a code orange alert for air quality today. so if you havest aa or other respiratory issues, you want to limit your time outside. temperatures are climbing quickly now. wene already i the mid 70s in the city. close to 70 in most of the suburbs as well. afternoon highs for today will in the 90s. 94 expected for your friday. and 96 for your saturday.
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>> and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you. coming up, are they feeling the heat? we'll hear from members of team usa ahead of this afternoon's epic match at the men's world cup. >> also ahead this morning, the centerpiece of wor pride celebrations, the stonewall inn. we'll talk about the impact of the riots and the movement that they sparked with a man who was the 50 years ago today. >> then we have a great concert on the plaza this friday. country music sensations dan and shay. just a few thousand of their closest friends out bere. >>efore that, new details on a shark attack that killed an american tourist in the bahamas. also the growingoncern for beachgoers here in the united states as we head into this fourth of jugh holiday. ri. the futu re. ♪ so, every day, we put our latest technology and unrivaled network to work.
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to where we (splash ise.) ♪ shaping our daily lives. (water noise.) (water coming out of faucet.) water designs our life. who designs for water? >> this morning on in-depth "today," shark sightings and attacks that could be caun for concith the fourth of july holiday. >> we also have new information on the fatal itack in the bahamas that claimed the life of a young americantourist. kerry sanders is following that storor us. good morning. >> good morning. sources within the bahamian government tell nbc news this morning it was one very large shark that attacked jordan lindsay. she, the california student, was out in the water snorkeling with her family and other tourists when this tragedy unfolded. this morning, a california
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family still nshock. their bahamas vacation taking a horrific turn t's cials telling nbc news believed this tiger shark attacked 21-year-old jordan lindsay. the california college student died after suffering devastating injuries. her right arm torn off and multiple bites to other parts of her body. her father saying in ast ement, she had been snorkeling with her mother before the attack. my wife tried her best to get her up to the shore, but unfortunately, jordan lost too much blood. a professor at her school, loyola marymount,university says the communications major was passionate about animals. b in some ways not a surprise that she would in nature doing the thing that she loved to do. >> despite what ehappened, som families say it won'tpt interru their plans to go snorkeling in the same spot as the shark attack. >> well, right now, the plan is to still go there, but you know, we've got to kind of figure that
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out. >> in the u.s., it's already been a dangerous season for shark attacks. just ts month off the coast of north carolina, three non-fatal attacks. off bald head island, an 8-year-old boy was bitten on the foot. 19-year-old surfer austin reed attacked at anotherbeach. >> it's like i was paddling around and it came out ofer nowh >> up the coast, 17-yeaold paige winter wading in waist-deep water lost her leg and two fingers to a shark. her paramedic father's quick thinking saving her life. punching the shark. the experts say punch a shark in the snout, in the gills, but if u don't have the wherewithal to do that, what is the most important thing about a shark attack? >> at that point, the mostt importanhing would be to know your first aid. and if there's heavy blood loss, to improvise a tourniquet. >> despite the state of attacks, atistically from 2011 to '17, more than two times as many people died taking selfies than in shark attacks.
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>> if you're in that environment, you respect them, and you know, stay away from them. >> kerry, i kneyou have been doing some reporting. what more do you know about this attack? >> well, there were initial reports from the chaos of the scene that three sharks had attacked jordan lindsay, but now the government says it was just that one shark. and when this was all unfolding, according to a statement from jordan lindsay's family, they were shouting to her to get in, that they could see that there was a shark in the area, but she did not hear them shouting, and then as we know, this horror unfolded. >> how awful. all right. kerry, thank you very much. up next on this friday morning, it is the hottest ticket in steamy paris. today's world cup match between team usa andhe host country, france. we're there live rig this is not just a headache. this is not just a fever.
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world cup, a much anticipated showdown that will ben hot i more ways than one, huh, kelly cobiella? >> it is going to be intens more intense than this paris heat. anotr sizzler here today. in fact, france could break its all-time high record of 111. they're bracing for 113 in the south of france. a brutal heat wave in the middle of world cupve fer. in steamy paris, this is the coolest place to be. and this is the hottest. barricades up, streets cleared for tonight's epic showdown. >> who's going to win? >> the u.s. women's team practicing in the full sun. taking on the hometeam, france, tonight. >> i think it's goingo be a great stage for both teams who save had a lot of pressure and a lot of e on them to really just go out and perform and enjoy thselves. >> iust happens to come in the middle of a record-breaking
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heat temperatur are expected to hit the triple digits again today in parts of france, aly, and spain. in paris, where there's little air conditioning, concern for children and the elderly in the city's sweltering apartments. >> so these turn into saunas? >> absolutely. most peopl might have a one-bedroom apartment and no possibility of havingt. dr >> france's coach said the heat will affect both teams. the u.s. co-captain megan rapinoe talking abo a different kind of heat. after this video went viral. president trump fired back, tweeting an invitation, win or lose. hed saying megan should win first, before s talks. rapinoe not backing down or apologizing. >> i stand by the comments i made about not wanting to go to the white house with the exception of the expletive, my mom will be very upset about that. >> team usa said it's not a distra having a little fun on social
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media. >> i so i think we need to write f note to get people out work. >> 100%.he >> t game starts at 3:00 eastern. >> will they listen to us? >> they have togh ri >> they better. >> we're in the world cup. >> they've been a huge draw, selling out game baking viewership records. these students already doing backflips for a win. and it's going to be a sell-out game tonight. they'ree expecting som 40,000 fans in that stadium. shoulder to shoulder in the heat. about 85 tdegrees a kickoff. they are planning for some of that with sprinklers and handing out more water bottles, and guys, even though it's sold out, there are still tickets available. we found two on a resale site for about $800each. >> wow. >> thank you, kelly. >> thank you. straight ahead, the moment a clear-eyedpe gruming exrt tried
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this i a news 4 "today" news break. >> is your time now on this friday, june 28th, 2019. i'm eun yang. today mks one year since the capital gazette shooting. governor larry hogan has named june 28th at freedom of the press day. five employees died when a gunman openedire at the paper last year. let's check with jack taylor for your first 4 traffic. >> we'll start on 66 eastbound. not real attractive this morning. two issues, first, neurnuttily, wehead accident in t center lane. now near the we have trouble getting by this craslth. better springfield but toward tyson. the crash near route 7 has been moved to the shoulder. get a good look at 50 eastbound. traffic moving very well if you're heading to the eastern
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hazy skies and temperatures in the 70s as you gout the morning.your friday 77 already here in washington. now 73 in.lorton 72 in leesburg. afternoon high today, a hot one an humid today. highs today of 94 grees. 96 expected for a high temperature tomorrow. both today and tomorrow, there will ben opportunity for afternoon storms. so keep that in mind. everybody gets a break from the heat and humidity on sunday. >> thank you. another local news update for you in 25 minutes. rew back to the "today" show after this short bak. have a
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it's 8:00 "today." coming up, turning up the heat. ten more candidates face off during round two of theat democr debate. senator kamala harris stealing the spotlight. >> guys, you know what. america does not want to witness a food fight. they want to know how we're going to put food on their table. and confronting joe biden. >> i'm going to now direct this advice to president biden. >> how will this change the race for the white house? we're live with the latest. >> plus, rolling out the rainbow carpet as new york city plepaired for world pride. we'll takeou to the place that helped spark the civil rights movement. >> stonewall said you now have the permission not to be passive anymore. you can fight back.
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>> just ahead, we'll hear from those who took part in the stonewall riots 50 years ago. >> and we're already speechless. >> grammy-winning country duo dan and shay are taking over our plaza for a concert you do not want to miss, today, friday, june 28th, 2019. >> graduated high school yesterday. >> dan and shay concer >> celebrating my 21st. f >> happyday. >> from atlanta. >> boston. >> and dallas. >> starting our day with dan and shay. good morning, everybody. crowd. a this is how you hold a concert. it's friday morning. we're soav happy to h you with us. we're going to have a great concert. >> you say it's friday.
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i say it's fri-yay. >> i say that too. >> we can't wait to get outside to the n joy the crowd, to enjoy dan and shay. you can take part in the fun. record a short message, put it on twitter or instagram. # #mytodayplaza. >> democrats returning to the campaign trail after that confrontational second night of presidential debates. nbc's chief white hndse correspot hallie jackson is on the story. she has the key moments. good morning. >> glid morning to en, there are two candidates getting all of the buzz this morning. joe biden and kamala harris. both, the two mosted tweet about democrats on stage, and the most tweeted about moment, a very personal momentoe that had j biden on defense on his civil rights record. >> it's the most explosiv exchange of this democratic primary yet. >> i'm going to now direct this advice to president biden. >> senator kamala harris
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confronting front-runner joe biden over his comments with working with two segregationist senators two decades ago. >> i do not believe you're a racist, and i agree with you when you commit yourself to the importance of findingmo comn ground, but also believe, and it's personal, and it was hurtful. you also worked with them to oppose busing. and youknow, there was a little girl in california who was part of the second class to integrate her public schools. and she was bussed to school every datl and that litgirl was me. >> the audience stunned into silence with biden forced onto defense. >> it's a mischaracterization of my position across the bod. i did not praise racists. that is gnaw true. number one. number two, i we want to have this campaign litigated on who sports civil rights and whether i do or not, i'm happy to do that. i was a publicdefender, i didn't become a prosprosecutor.
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>> within s'moments, harri campaign tweeting this photo of her as a child, the caption, that little girl was me. an image framiqu a maree moment in a coentious, combatative debate. >> candidates, please y >>ou know what? america does not wsst to witne a food fight. they want to knowre how we' going to put food on their table. harris, having the night's biggest breakout moments, and the night's biggest target, that was biden, whose younger rievlge repeatedly madhe case for new enadership. >> joe bid was right when he said it was tim to pass a torch to a new generation o americans 32 years ago. >> i'm stifll holding on to tha torch. >> the former vice president making his pnt to promote his record alongside a popular party favorite, president obama. >> president obama did a h k of a job. >> on the issues, the candidates hashing outveow progres their policies should be with big differences on health care, but all unanimous onthis. >> raise your hand if your government plan would provide coverage for undocumented ntmigran.
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>> the preside pouncing on that stance, tweeting from the g-20 summit in japan. how about taking care of americanitizens first? that's the end of that race. some of the sharpest attacks saved for the man these candidates hope to replace. >> trump is a phony. trump is a pathological liar. and a racist. and that he lied to the american people during his campaign. >> you might be wondering, what is happening inside team biden right now? sources inside that campaign tell nbc news that they are feeling confident that biden will be able to potential withstand any pressure, any polling drop that could come with his performance last night and pushing back on reports of a freak-out moment over how he did, if you will. biden and otheril candidates w be back out on the campaig trail today. biden himself in chicago alongside jesse jackson speaking with a civil rights group. >> thank you v >> at the g-20 summit inja n,
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president trump met with russian leader vladimir putin overnight, their first meeting since the mueller report blamed russia for interfering in the 2016 election. when asked if he would warn russia to stay out of the 20 election, the president appeared to jokingly scold medll in our. don't meddle in the election. >> the president also said he and putin have a very good relationship. that will lead to positive things. >> the house voted yesterday pass the senate's version of a border crisis bill that is supported by the president. it provides humanitarian aid along with some funding for the peagon and immigration and customs enforcement. house speaker nancy pelosiwa nted stronger protections for detained migrants, but after democrats split their support, pelosi said the house would reluctantly pass the bill to get aid to the border before fourth of july break. >> fisher price has iued a new eper products. s
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back at 8:12 with our special series, pride 50. sheinelle joinshes for rest of the morning. >> good morning to you. people from all over the globe have descended on new york to take part in world pride celebrations. this year's events have special meaning, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the protest at the stonewall inn. 's now a historic landmark, and joe fryer has made his way there this morning. joe, good to seemorning. it was 50ago today, in the early>> morning hours that e riots started right behind me here. itotas a piv moment in the gay rights movement. today and through the weekend, a spotlight will be shining on the sfo n as thesorld remembha happens here. in new york, they rolled out the rainbow carpet. >> pride is alwaysn a time whe the community comes together. right now, we need to be reminded of our strength in
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numbers. >> it's not just celebrities. at least 3 million people are descending upon the city this week to celebrate world pride and remember the rebellion at the stonewall inn. >> i heard it all started here so wanted to come. >> i feel like cheerin with gratitude for those people who fought so much so i don't have to fight now. >> outside the legendary or pictures.osed f >> brings back a lot of negative memories from way back, but we also see how much progress we have made, although we're not done with our progress. >> in the early morning hours of june 28th, ic1969, pole raided the bar, a refuge for gays, lesbians, drag queens, and the transgender community. raids were common back then,ut on this night, the crowd battled back. >> people went crazy. they started throwing everything in their pockets that they didn't need. >> the riots lasted several
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nightsnd helped launch the gay liberation front, an activist group that becamer the centef harry's life. >> stonewall said you now have otthe permission n to be passive anymore. you can fight back. >> and that's what they did. the years thatll foed, pride parades were held around the stonewall anniversary. now, half a century later,ci th is preparing for sunday's massive march. at least 130,000re expected. far more than last a myearar.s police are promising the hhest levels of secity with thousands of officers on duty. >> right up there with new ghar's eve. ri up there with thanksgiving. >> stonewall has been the centerpiece of pride celebrations across the globe. from tel aviv to the uk, miami to minneapolis. >> all remembering what happened in the heart of greenwich village 50 years agoy. toda the riots that sparked a
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movement. already, this morning, people are swinging by stonewall. that will happenhroughout the day. one thing that's important to keep in mind. the first pride march in new york was held on theon year anniversary of stonewall. it wasn't about parades or partying. it was meant to make a political statement. this weekend, you can expect more of a celebratory mood,ut that initial spirit is going to be on everyone's mind. back to you guys. >> joe fryer at the hisric stonewall inn. thank you. >> marc siegel was at stonewall 50 years ago today. he helpedrgize the very first march for gay rights here in new youn, and ony he'll return as one of the grand marshals of the world ride parade. good to see you. >> good morning. >> let's go back 50ears here to use it's been compare the boston tea party. it's been compared to seneca it falls. as a transformativt. nigh what does stonewal mean to you? >> visibility.
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>> what do you mean? >> freedom. well, when i was i the bar and the lights blinked, i was an 18-year-old who had only been in new york for six weeks. i was terrorized. i was afscared. ter seeing the brutality of th police that night inside the bar, literally d takingrag queens or anybody who was stereo typically looking, and slamming th up on the wall. going to people who were prosperous, telling them to take out their wallets and taking their money and putting it in their pockets. that scared me. eei had never sn that form of violence before. buthen i got outside, all of a sudden, 50 to 75 people, i felt empowered. i was a street kid then. >> h some peoplee talked and said they were panicked, scared. others say it was empowering and enough was enough. it seems like it wast all of tha wrapped into one. >> it was, it absolutelwas. being outside and the police being trapped in the bar, they d always entrappeds.
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>> tell people who don't know. how did that happen? >> they kept trying to have. they gotten all the money they could possibly get. they were ready to leave and gc ba to the station. they opened andll door and a of a sudden we were screaming and yelling and surrounding that door. after about the third or fourth me of them trying to get out, we startedr throwing whatee could find on the street. they felt under siege. h we entrapped the police. that's the time,he first time this community fought back, and literally primoned them. the police were primisoned rather than us imprisoned. >> in a week of that, you start a group called the gay raiders. part of this this group did is you ierrupt live tv broadcast to protest what you dubbed unfair coverage ofhe gay rights movement at the time. one of therocasts y
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interrupted was this broadcast. here it is. >> nbc's biggest -- >> well, we found the video. the sound -- >> sorry about that interrumgz, i assure you, we had nothing to do with it. who he is, we don't kno but we'll find out. >> that was frank mcgee at the time. he w kind of flummoxed by what happened. tell us what happened, barbara ylters tookou to the hallwayan d talked with you. >> they wrestled me to the floor, picked me raup, barba walters came rtout, staed taking notes. asked me what i had done. barbara walters -- they said get in there.u' on air. she said not until i hear this. she became the first to report on the gay demonstration on nationallevision, the first. >> sunday, you'lhe be t grand
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marshal here in new york city. what is than going to mea to you? >> i did that disruption to bring visibily to gay people. we wereay 100 g activists in 69. today,e're millions. i think that visibility campaign added a ltle to our movement. and i think we're very visible. how else could you say we're visible than i'myn this ver show today. >> full circle. >> thank you. congratulations. >> thank you. >> and by the way, for anyone who would like to learn me about the past, presbyterian, anduture of the lgbtq movement, we encourage you to check out the documentary ries, onewall 50, the revolution. you can watch it at 50. >> now over to dylan for a check of the weather. >> good morning again. we're talking about the heat pretty much everywhere. we have bken down thedetails through florida, but look how warm it is up north as well. new york city, 91 today. not too humid.
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that's why the heat index isn't too high. we're looking forighs once again in the 90s on saturday. charleston, west virginia, 91. new york city, 90. 94 in washington, d.c. that's nearly 10 degrees above average for this time of year. it will cool off a bit for sunday. erie, p.a., my first market in tv, will be in the low to mid 70s. new york city will drop to the 80s. i want to point out in paris, it will be about 92 degrees today. it will be the last of the he extreme , though. we should start to see things cool down shortly. that's a look at weather across the country. now here's a peek out your window. >> good morning, i'm storm team . meteorologist chu bell. te a chanc for more thunderstorms around this afternoon. tomorrow, more of the same. highs in the mid 90s with a on storms of after tomorrow. if you're beach bound for and the weekend, nice weather today. hot at the coastline tomorrow. best chance for rain atthe coas will come on sunday. higher rain chances for right
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here at home this weekend come >> and that's your latest forecast. >> tim to p your pop start hat on. are you ready? >> must be close to the holiday everybody's left. >> seth macfarlane, his animated series family guy is set to enter its 18th season if you can believe it. this is one of three successful series he's partnered on. in his latest role as brian lewis in the loudest voice, hep ays the former head of public relations for fox news during the rise and fall of roger ailes. he toldli wilgeist that the showtime series sparked some interesting conversations with fox. take a look. >> as a courtesy, i did call, you know, myriends uphere in murdoch land and said i want to let you know i'm doing this. they said it sounds great, sounds like a great show. i'm sure it's going to be cool, you'll be great in it. it's a very, on a day-to-day
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basis, it's very civil. i worked for them for years. i have had personal conversation where i have said i think this is a massively irresponsible operatio over there. >> you said that to the executives? >> yeah, and yet it still, you know, we're still able to interact. >> interesting. to catch the rest of the terview, catch sunday today. >> up next, whitney houston.da yestery, clive davis posted this videorao instag teasing the debut of an unreleased recording of a houston song. overnight, a dj dropped the new tune. take a listen to whitney houston singinhigher love. ♪ bring me a higher love with that that higher love i keep thinking of ♪ ♪ bring me higher love ♪ higher love
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>> the classic whitney. >> i think it is fantastic. >> you like it? >> amazing. >> houston performed that song at a 1990 concert in tokyo. hence where the recording came from. >> and finally, david letterman took a seat in a barber shop chair, getting groomed by none other than queer eye's jonat van ness. dave was having trouble keeping up with jonathan's level of excitement. here's a look. >> let me ask you a question about beard care generally. >> yes. >> iust use a bar of soa on my head and on the beard. >> i do like that you're disinfecting yourace and your beard and your head. all of these little guys want to follow the rules, but this one is like no. >> without trimming anything. >> you have a triangle of hair that's living up here.'s it bermuda's triangle.
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should we get that hair. >> if you touch that with anything sharp, with a blade, i'm gone. >> this is t theresa may of your hrs right here. all by yourself, andnt no one wato listen to her. you know who i literally just interviewed. erin brockovich. didn't you love that hmovie? anyone in conversation alever just fainted from tng ? >> no. >> he was exhausted. the two discussed gender, identity, and the progression of the lgbtq race. you can check out the full interview on youtube. he had the opportunity to shave it all off and he respected the beard. >> it's become his thing now, you know what i mean? >> it has. >> just ahd, we'llead outside. that's whewd the c has gathered. they're gearing up for that live concert from dan & shay. we'll jam out with the country duo right after your local news.
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this is a news 4 eaday news br >> good morning. it's 8:26 on this friday, june 28ing. i'm molette green. let's get right to your traffic with jack taylor. he j >> molette, thanks. good morning. we'll start in virginia. 395 northbound, acciden activity that was just after duke street headed towards semny road moved to the right shoulder. we had slow downs on 66 east ch trying to reahe beltway. just before the ramp to the outer loop, the accident activity along the right side, get past it, then you can hit the ramp the outer loop. a live look on 50 east headed toward the bay bridge. if you're going now, now is the time bse the volume is still very, very light. back to you. >> thanks so much.
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let's get a check of the forecast when we.
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hazy and humid outside this morning. you can see ourower cam picture, all of the gunk in the atmosphere. code orange air quality. unhealthy, especially for those with asthma and other conditions. temperatures in the 70s at this point in time. we'll be in the 90s again for today and tomorrow. mid 90s today and tomorrow with
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only a scattering of afternoon thunderstorms cool you off. turning breezy on sunday and less humid sunday into monday. >> the latest news and weather inside nbc washington app. have a great one.
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we are back, 8:30 now on this friday morning. june 28th, 2019. everyone here on the plaza, everyone watching at home, is in for atr eat. dan & shay about to play a full half hour of music. you ready? >> this is insane. >> are you guys ready? >> we have dylan down with our massive crowd. how is it going?
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where are you, dylan? >> over here. i'm here with molly and linda from new jersey. i just find out they're from a town over from where i'm from. so freehold, new jersey. we go to t all same places. >> right. >> what's really special is you guys were just in the car for 24 horis together, t? >> yes. >> what did you listen to the whole time? >> dan & shay's self titled album, thehole way,o joke. >> over and over and over again. >> we'reoing to bring dan & shay over here. you can sing it to them. >> so nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you. thank you guysor coming to see us. >> dan & shea, this is their first concert. >> this is our first concert from you guys. >> a good experience so far? >> amazing. >> you look just as good in person. >> shay is going to sit this out and you're going to sing lead for us, cool?
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>> they might take you up on that though. so you guys are actually going to give them tickets to see you on tour, huh? >> we're going to giveou tickets to our concert. we'll give you meet and greets, the whole deal. after meeting us now, you don't want to meet us ag >> thank you so much. >> you're so welcome. >> hopefully we do a good job and don't scare you away. >> you wouldn't ever. >> we have been awake for 24 shours. >> thatrue. >> you're awesome. thank you for being fans and such amazin fans. >> thank you so much. >> the two nicest people you ever met. >> oof course. >> and you too, dylan. >> all right. we're going to get to the music in a moment. first, quick announcement about our next summer concert one week from today. another country star will be here, none other than mr. toby keith himself. >> another large crowd. the crowd today is unbelievable.
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just ahead ing our thirdhour, we'll meet two friends who turned an idea born in an airport into a company worth more than a billion dollars. let's head back to dylan for a check of the weather. >> you guys held it together really well. >> i'm internally screaming wher >> i'm impressed. you both played it cool. let's take a look at what's going on with the werth. going into the weekend, it's going to stay pretty hot. temperatures will be up around 90, lower 90s across the northeast. a cold front will create s ere storms later in the day. hot and humid through the middle of the country. fire danger in the northwest. heat continues through the plains and the midwest. it will start to cools off acros the northeast. a bit unsettled in the south as temperatures stay close to 90 with fairlyigh humidity. that's a look at weather across the country. now here's aut peek o your window. >> hot and humid for friday plans. much like yesterday, a chance for afternoon thunderstorms today. not everyone is going to get them, but at least if you get
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rained on, it will be briefly cooler. temperatures today will peakt 94degrees with a 40% chance of rain today. for tomorrow,nother 40% chance of some storms around. a little higher chance for some severe weather tomorrow. sunday turning very breezy, and turning less humid as well for sunday afternoon into monday. but heat and humidity will be back for the fourth. >> and that's your latest forecast. guys >> all righ dylan. up next, dan & shay are about to lead this crowd. here on the plaza. first, this is "today" on nbc. t nbc.
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of music hottest duos. ♪ watching that blond hair ing ♪ >> making music together for more than six years. but it was after three albums, five number one songs, and more than one billion streams that dan & shay are now living their breakout moment. their hit songui teqla skyrocketed to number one on the sharts and won the duohe 2019 grammy for best country group performance. and the awards keep coming. dan & shay landed seven illboard music award nominations and took home the statue for top country duo. >> dan & shay. >> earlier this month, the country crossover stars won video of the year for the second time in a row at the cmt awards for their hit speechless. proving there'so stopping this dynamic duo as they continue their rise to the top.
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this morning,e' w thrilled to have them stop by our citi concert stage. ladies and gentlemen, dan . ♪ you say you'll be down in 5 ♪ the smell of your perfume is floating down the stairs ♪ ♪ you're fixing up yr hair like you do ♪ ♪ i know that i'll be a mess the second that i see you ♪ ♪ you won't be surised it happens every time it's nothing new ♪ ♪ it'slways on a night like toght ♪ ♪ i think that you cany read mind ♪ ♪ because when you look at me with those eyes i'm speechless ♪ ♪ staring at you standing there
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in thatress ♪ ♪ what it's doing to me ain't a secret ♪ ♪ because watching you is all that i can do ♪ ♪ and i'm speechless ♪ y already know that you're my weakness ♪ ♪ after all this time i'm just as nervous ♪ ♪ every time you walk into the room i'm speechless ♪ ♪ it started when you said hello ♪ ♪ just did something to me ♪ and i've been in a daze ever since the day that we met ♪ ♪ you take the breath out of my luan't even fight it ♪ ♪ and all of the words out of my mouth without even trying ♪ ♪ and i'm speechless ♪ staring a you standing there
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in that dress ♪ ♪ what it's doing to me ain't a secret ♪ ♪ because watching you is all that i can do ♪ ♪ and i'm speechless ♪ you already know that you're my weakness ♪ ♪ after all this time i'm just as nervous ♪ ♪ every time you walk into the room i'm speechless ♪ ♪ yeah baby ♪ it's always on a night like tonight ♪ ♪ i think that you can read my mind ♪ ♪ because when you look at me speechless ♪es i'm ♪ you're standing there in that dress ♪ ♪ girl it ain't a secre
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♪ because watching you is all that i can do oh i'm speechless ♪ ♪ you already know that y're my weakness ♪ ♪ after all this time i'm just as nervous ♪ ♪ every time you walk into the room ♪ ♪ i'm speechless ♪ oh you kw it baby >> dan & shay. they are just getting warmed up. we're coming back with more music from the duo, but first, this is "today" on nbc. te
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superstars, dan and shay. their self-titled third album has been a huge success. debuting at number one. >> always good to have you. you're the nicest guys. >> i don't know about that. >> you're making us feel real good this morning. everything you're saying, my confidence is really high right >> welcome back. >> i was asking you guys how long you he knoou kwnw the exac. >> decemberth, 2012. >> does it feel like it was a long road or jus happened in the blink of an eye. >> a little bit of both. looking back, we had a lot of amazing experiences, and our fans have been with us since day one. and yeah. it's incredible. it also feels like it happened like that just because, you know, i feel like i have known him for yea has been inireav aremewh amazing. >> y ou have quite the audience here, but also online. the views of your videos are
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just off the charts. i will say,ou watred so many times. it's so sweet. m both tually footage f of your weddings. >> our wives are the stars in that one. we're just kindf there, the bystanders. it's footage from our actual weddings. our fans, like shay was saying, have been part of the story from day one. weehought it would cool to let them be part of the special days. that's what wehe wrote t song about, our urwives, o wedding days. what a better way to show the world than in a wedding video. it's l,ec ouria weddingolco vid. you don't often get to watch it, but the fact that ours is all over the place, like our music video, it reminds us w >>re going to watch it after this performance. we're going it sit down and ngtch it. >> one thi that i enjoy about you guys is you sing and write about the things we enjoy most, love, tequila. >> mainly tequila. >> we have a sign saying it's never too early for tequila.
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>> what inspires the music? where does the inspiration come from? >> like,an said like a song like speechless, our wives inspire us every day. wwe write aboutt we know. we're in this place now where we're happy, we're married, but we have also been through s heartbreak there's songs like tequila. we write about what we know. we're experiencing love right now, so to our wives watching at home, make some noise for our ge >> bring the. next time >> we will. >> ready to take it away? >> let's do it. >> what are we getting this time? >> we'rere not su but it's going to be great. >> we're going to do a song called alone together. you ready ton et crazy ois one. let's do i >> you guys feeling good out th put your hands in the air. everybody, hands up. get them up. get your hands up. ♪ i couldn't help noting you
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wey sitting b yourself ♪ ♪ dropping limes in a corona like you're trying to get over somebody else ♪ ♪ funny how your story is a riddle like mine ♪ ♪ because i've been peeling labels from time to time ♪ ♪ so we could be a you ice ♪ ♪ we can take it back jt head home ♪ ♪ this is going to be alone we should be alone together ♪ ♪ kissing over there in the corner where nobody else can see ♪ ♪ kacping e other company we could be alone together ♪ ♪ leaning up against my car door ♪ ♪ parked outside on the street ♪ where it's just you and me ♪ we should be alone together ♪ i couldn't help but notice i
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don'tt to leave you and i want a kiss ♪ ♪ what do you say new york city ♪ say neon lights we can good-bye just head home ♪ ♪ but if we're going to be alone we should be alone together ♪ ♪ kissing over there i the corner and nobody else can see ♪ ♪ keepi each other company ♪ we should be alone together ♪ leaning up against my car door ♪ ♪ parked outside on the street ♪ where it's just you and me ♪ we should be alone together ♪ we should be alone together ♪ oh, yeah ♪ we should be alone together ♪ over there i the corner where nobody else can see ♪ ♪ we should be alone together
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♪ kissing over there in the corner where nobody else can see ♪ ♪ keeping each other company we should be alo together ♪ ♪ leaning up against my car door ♪ ♪ parked outside on the streets where just you and me ♪ ♪ we should be alone together ♪ we should be alone together ♪ we should be alone together ♪ we should be alone together [ cheers and applause ] >> we're not done yet. dan & shay with one more hit for us. straight ahead. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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>> we're having a fun morning th dan & shay and their fans, and here are the guys once again singing their hit, all to
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myself. take it away. ♪ i'm jealous of what you'r wearing ♪ ♪ and the way they're holding you so tight♪ lo jea of the moonligh tting so lock the door turn out the light ♪ e i want you all to myself don't need anyone else ♪ ♪ and let our bodies do the talking ♪ ♪ let our shadows paint the wall ♪ ♪ i want you here in my arms we'll hide away your hand in my ba pocket ♪ ♪ i want you all to myself
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♪ myself ♪ i'm jealous of the song you've beeninging ♪ ♪ and the way it's rolling off your lips ♪ ♪ it might be selfish but i'm thinking i don't need to leave before i lean in for another kiss ♪ ♪ i wan you all myself we don't need anyone else ♪ ♪ let our bies do the talking let our shadows paint the wall ♪ ♪ i want you here in my arms we'll hide away ♪ ♪ keep your hand in my back pocket ♪ want you all all all to myself myself ♪ty >> new york cimake some noise.
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♪ girl i want you in the worst way ♪ ♪ yeah i want you in the worst way ♪ ♪ i wan you all myself we don't need anyone else ♪ ♪ let our bodies do the talking let our shadows paint the wall ♪ ♪ i want you here in my arms we'll hide away in the dark ♪ ♪ put your hand in my back pocket ♪ ♪ i want you all a all myself myself ♪ ♪ i want you all all all myself myself ♪
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>> dan & shay. >> come on back, gs. what did you guys think of dan & shay? [ cheers and applause ] >> folks are lined up down the street around the block. you see them this morning? you're ood things is going to stick around. >> third hour. >> they'll be with us in the third hour. they're not going anywhere. >> we're going to grill you, the hardest questions we can come up with. and don't forget to check out sties cluding the greatest cake cutting hack for a crowd. and a woman reunited with her son at the world cup. >> coming up, a sport that has fans going wild coast to coast, monster trucking.
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i can't tell you about our experience. >>hird hour of "today" straight ahead. enjoy your weekend. first, though, your local news. >> this is aod news 4 t news break. >> 8:56 is your time now on thid fray, june 28th, 2019. i'm eun yang. let's get a look at your commute on this friday morning with jack taylor and your first 4 traffic. jack.morning, >> good morning. our crash on the beltway on virginia is causing delays in
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springfield. you see police on scene. they're going to try to drag erything to the right shoulder. howard county, i-70 eastbound just got worse. thatccident was mov to the shoulder. 50 eastbound trying to get to the bay bridge, you're still light, but still only two lanes going ea. back to you. >> thank you. we'll take a break and check your forecast when we come back. at havertys, we know a mattress is more than something you sleep on. it's something you live on. iggling) and we want it to be perfect. get the most out of your mattrs with havertys mattress sale! our experts will help you choose from a wide
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plus, a free samsung chromebook on us. that's fios. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza, this is third hour of "today," welcome to the third hour of "today." happy friday, in no one told you yet. i'm sheinelle. craig had to run. we have dylan with us and with us today. >> both of your hair looks amazing. >> ah, thank you. >> and mine, pin straight. >> welcome can relate. fourth day of a blowout. interesting. >> i love it. >> welcome, welcome. fourth of july asking about your pl


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