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good morning. deadly crash. ten people killeip texas when a small plane goes down just after takeoff. this morning investigators are combing throu wreckage, trying to figure out where things went so wrong. we're live on the scene. >> drama at the dmz. north korea celebrating that historic meeting between president trump and kim jong-un with this just released video. >> and what happened during this confrontation with the new u.s. press secretary caught on ca? was the president's visit more than just aho pto op. here?ere does it go from we have the latest. surviving a shark attack. a floridama fisher speaking out
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in an exclusive interview. >> it all happened so st, it was kind of a blur of white water and sand. >> the skond attac ing the ekhamas in justhe last we th life and his road to recovery. plus, justice for mackenzie. an arrest and disturbindetails in the case of therd ed utah college student. >> bad blood. taylor swift goes public on social media to slam the new deal over who has rights to her music. and underdog on top of the world. pro golf. ate lashley wins his first pga tournament after heartbreaking traged his emotional road to victory, 1 monday, julyst, 2019. from nbc news, this is "today," with savannah guthrie and hoda kotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and welcome to "today," and
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thank you for joining us ors is this morning for the next few days. savannah is on a well deserved holiday week. and not just any day, it's your birthday. >> it is, sweet 21. >> can't imagine a better way to celebrate my birthday. >> we're happy to have you here. we're going to get to our top story. investigators trying to figure out whathe caused plane crash in a dallas suburb that killed all ten peoe onboard. we have the latest from the scene of the tragedy as well as the investigation into what went wrong. start at the scene with gabe gutierrez near the crash site in texas. >> behind me is the hangar that small plane crashed into. you can see the melted siding from all that heat. two pilot and eight passengers were killed and ntsb investigators are sifting through the wreckage to try to figure out what went wrong.
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this morning, tragedy in texas. >> everybody stand by. we had an accident on the field, so expect not to go out anytime soon. >>ntsb officials investigating what caused a fry plane crash that killed all ten onboard. >> we'd like to start by pressing our most sincere condolences to the family and friends who lost loved ones in the crash. >> the identity of not released. the super airkening 0 crashed into an airport near dallas shortly after takeoff sunday morning. officials say the plane was on its way to st. petersburg, florida, accordi to flight plans. >> we notice the airplane was damaged by impact forces and a post impact fire. >> cell phone video shows thick black smoke billowing from theor plahe whaas destroyed by the fire.
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aftermath shows a gaping roof in the hole of the building. photos of the interior show aircraftreckage and another plane badly charred. >> my team is starting to gher information on scene as we speak. >> the ntsb says the investigation will focus on a varietyf things including the pilot's experience, the condition of the aircraft, the weather, and communications with the tower. >> this is just the fact gathering stage. and i would spsuect that within possibly two weeks, we'll have a preliminaryered all of the init information. >> at this point, weather does not appear to be a factor. it is mtly sunny, a few clouds and calm winds. thisis point, the cause of crash looks like a mystery. craig. kristen. >> gabe there for us in texas. thank you. >> now we we want to turn to tom yostello who covers aviation for us.
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u covered a lot of investigations, but where will investigators start with this one. >> they'll clearly look ats whether thilane suffered an engine failure with the remaining good engine, pulling the plane into anntuncollable roll. they'll also check what kind of fuel was loaded on this plane. this plane uses jet engines to power its propellers and it requires jet elfu and they'll want to make sure the proper jet jewel was used. they'll look at the experience of the pits. how much time did they have in that type of plane and did they follow emergency procedures if they lost an engine. was the plane well maintained? how recently was it serviced? and the look of the loading of the plane. eight passengers with bags could have meant a lot of they'll look at whether that .layed a role.we >> we know this wasn't a commercial plane. do they have black o boxes this one? >> it should have had a cpr, a
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cockpit.oice recorder they'll listen to that to hear what the pilots were talking about, wheth they discussed any problem they were having. they'll also listen closely to the sound signatures of the engines. they'll probly be able to hear whether the propellers were running at the right rpm or maybe one was off, onef the engines had shut down so the propellersere off balance. >> we know you'll continue to track it. tom, thank you. another major story, new fallout from presidenttrump's historic meeting with kim jong-un at the dmz on nday, setting off a media frenzy as mr. trump became the first sitting u.s. president to cross into north korea. already this morning, a new video from north korea celebrating that visit. we've got it all covered starting with hallie jackson. good morning. >> good morning to you. we're talking about thisfo made tv moment that delivered on the drama. but will it deliver on anything
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more substantive? that isst the quen this orning, with nuclear talks set to pick back up, and critics concerned north korea is getting much more out of this meeng than the u.s. new fallout today aft that unprecedented and unexpected mont. >> i never expected to meet you at thisplace. > president trump meeting kim jong-un at the demilitarized zone between north and south korea. itro css makin g first u.s. president to ever enter north korea. >> it's just an honor toe with you. it was an honor a yousked me to step over the linend i was proud to step over the line. >> north korean state media this morning repleasing their own version of that historic meeting, including music and slow mot video of president trump crossing theimages also s north korea's newspapers.
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the two leaders talking for nearly an hour in the surprise sunday summit, a kind of reset, agreeing to restart nuclear talks that fell apart in vietnam earlier this>>week. ver the next three weeks the teams are going to start to work to see if they can do anything. >> north korea has released detained americans and returned the remains of some u.s. troops, kim has done nothing to show io's s about denuclearizing. even testing shortange missiles this spring. now critics worry trump is getting played by elevated tim'a statur not getting anything in return. >> i don't think it's right for the u.s.o t continually meet with a dictator. >> kim inviting trump to meet him. u.s. unassure until the last minute if kim would accept. once there, a chaotic crush. the new press secretary, stephanie grisham, seen body
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blocking a north korean official. to.caa too hellorinmeri atching, an fourth face-to-face may happen at home. >> did you extend the invitation for him to come to the united states? >> i did. actually, at some point, it will happen. >> the administration is back on a "new york times" report that offici g back for weeks a -c soled nuclear freeze to kp pyongyang from making more clear eerwes. idea of ther of a freeze, calling it a reprehensible attempt for someone to box in the president. >> for more on the president's meeting with kim jong-un, let's bring in national security analyst jeremy bash. great to see you. let's start off wh the propaganda images and videos released by north korea. sort of derscores the risk here, right? how big of a risk was this move for president trump, aould
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it actually be dangerous? >> kristen, this is symbolism h asuc ta fuesulbs for about 50 nuclear bombs worth. they have an alintercontinent ballistic missile. they thes fired it two years ago, the week of july 4th. as time g,s by they're increasing their program. if they're only delivering us photo ops as opposed to actual counting of their nuclear facilities and dismantlement, it's potentially dangerous to the united states. >> jeremy, you were at the ci and pentagon during the obama years. president trump asserted over the weekend that president obama had been begging kim jong-un for a meeting. is that true? >> i never heard that. i was at the pentagon when kim jong-un came to power. i don't think that's accurate. at the three its, in t dmz, the president has put kim jong-un on the world stage. if it's rmless, okay, it could
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be harmful if they don't deliver results. >> let's do another fact check here because the president's own intelligence community has said kim jong-un has no intention of giving up his nuclear weapons program. so why will this third meeting be any different? could it make a difference? l i don't think it will, krn,is utes of all their ddi getsescun alo plan f dismantlement, all of these photo ops, all of this pageantry doesn't make us safer. >> what would the incentive be for kim jong-un to do that? >> he would ultimately want sanctions reli. he wants his economy to improve, and he wants to be embraced by the world community. on the heels of the g-20, the global gathering of all of the leaders of the industrialized naon, he's there with theig story. >> people will say bottom line, better to come to the table than notry at all.
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>> churchill said jaw jaw not war war, so diplomacy i always good, but north korean are developing their capabilities and we're giving them the team to do so. >> now let's turn to a shakeup among the 2020 presidentialid candes after last week's debates with kamala harris rising in the polls after her attacks on formerice president joe biden over race. nbc's andrea swaiit good m mornling.chel >> good morning, craig. dekamala harris is in moving up in one post-debate poll, while joe biden, sti a front-runner, is facing more criticism for his comments on race, as that wclgro a retweet e as ideleted fromue donald trump. eamala harris is building on her breakout deb performance, s campaigningunday in san francisco's pride parade. the california senator is onfthe rise taking on former vice president joe biden over his past opposition to court-ordered
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busing to desegregate schools. following his controver comments about working with two segregationist democratic in the 1970s. >> thatackna brsonversation was frankly, one, me sharing a peonalrspe ce eexxplaining then why i felt the way i did about the comments about segregationists and about the issue of busing in america andr the histof that. >> a new poll conducted after thursday's debate shows biden stillhe leading t field with 33%, but that's a five-point drop from the previous week. the same poll shows hars surging, now tied with elizabeth warren for third place at 12%. up six points since the debate. biden now facing even more criticism from his rivals after thesut comments abo black teenagers friday. >> we have to recognize, we have to recognize that kid wearing a hoodie may veryell be the next poet laureate and not a gang banger.
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>> as a guy growing up, a young black guy in america who was folled and surveilled, this is just another example of just conversations or lessons that joe biden shouldn't have to learn. >> meanwhile, harris' 20 rivals are leaping to her defense after donald trump jr. retweeted, then deleted, a tweet questioning harris' race. harris, born in california, is the daughter of immigrants. a black jamaican father and a mother from india. mayor pete buttigieg tweeting it's long past time to add these racist birther style atcks. >> we have a president who is racist and apparently based on a statement yesterday, his son is follow in his footsteps. >> a spokesman for trump jr. says he was simply asking about harris' ethnicity, and he deleted that tweet when his intent was misconstrued, they, saut a tramp campaign adrviormer spokespersonpi katrina son was also
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tweeting racial jibes t harris. neer neither she nor the campaign had any comment. >> thank you. millions ofcreople aoss the globe gathered sunday to celebrate world pride day. in new york city, hundreds of thousands of people flooded the sive marchr a m which drew millions of spectators. it all coincided with the 50th anniversary of thestonewall uprising. other marches were held in cities including chicago, san francisco, and seattle. >> well, now to the first day of wimbledon. and here's a live look atal the england club. there it is. action all under way, but there's a marquee matchup thisr moing making a lot of news between venus williams who at 39 is the oldest player in the women's draw, and 15-year-old player.uff, the youngest that's the tennis phenom nicknamed coco, the youngest ever to qualify for wimbledon. coco's first opponent is a
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pler sherew up idolizing. >> serena williams has always been an idol, and venus, they're the reason i wanted to pick up a tennis racket. coco was born in 2004. eathat would be the same y venus was competing for his third title at wimbledon. >>ow cool is that? >> to play against your idol and play against your idol at wimbledon. >> must-see tv. >> dylan dreyer is in for al roker. good to see yo >> it's going to be hot at wimbledon, that's for sure. we're looking for the warm temperatures to continue to hecrease all across t country here because of this ridge in the jet stream. it allows the heat to come in. it's difficult, the first week of july and it's going tol that way. humidity is high as fwellee. so not only will it be very warm.te eratures will feel like they're in the triple digits, like st. louis, 102 today. louisville feels like 100. memphis will feel like 99. tomorrow, the heat continues all across the south. tallahassee will feel like 106
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degrees. up into norfolk, it will feel like 93. charlotte will feelike 98. we'll see temperatures stay in the mid-90s through dnesday, thursday, friday, through d.c. new york looks slightly above average with temperatures in the 80s. not a bad way to spend yr fourth of july week, and in raleigh, the mid to low 90s. at's a look at the weather across the country. we'll get to your local forecast in the next 30 secon. but allstate actually helps you drive safely... with drivewise. it lets fau know when you go too ... ...and brake too hard. with feedback to help you drive safer. giving you the power to actually lower your cost. unfortunately, it can't do anything about that. now that you know the truth... are you in good hands?
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a beautiful view outside right now. and we're going to continue to see blue skies all throughout the day today. temperatures a little cool in the shenandoah valley. around 60 degrees. right around 70 in the distri. we'll take the temperatures into the mid to upper 80s by thisoo aftern and throughout this evening. humidity comes pouring back in overnight, but we're dry with low humidity today. plenty of sunshine. daily rain chances after today, in.expecthat tea back >> that's your latest ave just july. >> therefo youcare stgo. u. indeed. dylan, thank yo coming up, we're learning about yet another shark attack in the bahamas, as a frida man shares his harrowing survival story exclusively with us. >>, alsoolice searching for a motive in the murder of that utah college student. nbrst, this is "today" on honey, this gig-speed internet
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well, there's temperatures out there right now coming in in the 60 a little chi out there. 71 here in the district. as wlle continue through the da those temperatures are goi i to the mid to upper 80s for daytime highs today. really not that bad. but the heat and humidity come back in overnight. low 90s tomorrow. maybe a stray storm. but then we've got chances of rain all the way through the fourth of the july, through thek wed. heat indices starting whnesday
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throhe weekend. feeling like 100 degrees. >> boy, all right. thanks, lauren. another local news update in about 25 minutes. >> now back to the "today"
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back now, 7:30 on a monday morning, july 1st, 2019. here's your city, kristen. washington, d.c. >> hello, d.c. >> a look at the national mall, getting ready for festivities galore this thursday. shing up to be huge celebration. >> president is going to be there, going to be a big one. should be fun. >> let us get a check of headlines. we start with that deadly plane crash in texas. two crew members and eight passengers all killed when their small twin-engine plane slammed into a hangar. no one was inside the hangar at the time. after math video sho g aaping hole in the roof of the building. the identities of the victi have noteen released just yet.
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that plane was headed to st. petersburg, florida. >> president trump announced sunday the united states and north korea will restart nucleam talks which c during a meeting with kim jong-un. the surprise summit at the demilitarized zone lasted jusn under ahour. earlier, the president made history by becoming the first sitting u.s. president to enter north korea. critics worry president trump is elevating kim's stature on the world stage without getting any concessions. >> the nba season may haveanded ew weeks ago, but what happened sunday will have an impact on the league for years to come. the free agency period got under way with lots of star players including kevin durant changing teams. a ten-time all star and former golden state warrior announcing he'll sign a four-year contract with the brooklyn nets worth up to mi$164 ion. he'll be joined in boklyn by former cavs and celtics guard kyrie irving andhe nets immediately becoming contenders
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as a result of that. kristen welker, knicks fans. >> they're bummed, right? >> bummed because tay had a shot at kevin durant. >> how big of a loss is that for them? >> a huge loss, but here's the thing, knicks fans will tell you they're used to getting disappointed in the off season. this morning we're learning about another shark attack in the bahamas. this involving a man from florida, this happened days before a woman lost her life in anack there. kerry sanders has the exclusive for us this morning. kerry, good morning to you. >> well, good morning, craig. jonathan hernandez is counting his blessings this morning which might seem o after being attacked by a shark, but the aved diver with a lot of experience is thankful the people onard his bode understood what to do after he was bitten. >> i got hit so hard from behind, thought the boat had run me over. i immediately looked to my left
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side and the shark was right in my face. >> this morning, a florida man is telli his amazing survival story after a terrifying tussle with a shark in t bahamas. >> i was able to get away. i looked in t and can could see my calf wasng hangi dushing h belood was spear fish waters off the island when c sharke out of nowhere. >> it allo happened s fast, it was kind of a blur of white water and fins and thrashing. >> i'm going to lift my leg up if you want to pull the tape off. >> an experienced diver, he told his fishing buddies to quickly make tourniquets out of wght belts. there the fact the tourniquet went on within 60 to 90 seconds of the attack is probably the single biggest factor of why i'm sitting here talking to you today. i believe this is his top jaw and this on the side is his bottom >>jaw. is frightening attack happened days before a
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california college student waw fatally attacked while snorkeling with her family. this is the tiger shark that attacked jordan lindsay. a family spokesmanelling nbc news they're still in a state of semi-paralyzed shock. on an's family now focused getting her body home to california. hernandez blam recent attacks on popular shark feeding businesses in the bahamas that let tourists have up-closete encounrs with sharks. >> they're associating humans with getting food andt's making it very dangerous to be in the water, whether you're spearing or you happen to be n snorkelingr where they're feeding them. >> hernandez says it will be about six weeks before his calf is healed enough to actually begin some sort of physical therapy. describes his calf right now as being completely shredded. he does say he will go back in the whater but when he goes diving, he will not be going in the waters down in the bahamas. >> can't blame him at all.
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sanders. and to have the wherewithal to get the tourniquets on so quickly. >> amazing. thanks. >> also this morning, an arrest in the case of the missing 23-year-old college student in anah. a local m now facing murder charges, but police still can't explain why he may have done it. nbc nntional correspon miguel almaguer is following the case. what's the latest? >> there are still many unanswered questions here, including the suspect's motive. police say he has no criminal history, although a police department outside salt lake city say he was accused of rape five years ago, but the alleged victim never pursued charges. now he's accused in the kidnapping and murder of a young woman. in factical gear with guns drawn, salt lake city's s.w.a.t. team took down the suspect. officials say 31-year-oldyoa ajayi will be charged with the aggravated murder, kidnapping, and desecration of a body i the disappearance of mackenzie lueck.
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>> we will continue to look into this situation to determine if he acted alone or if he had help. >> friday'sti dramac arrest in which another man was taken into custody but not charged came after police raided the suspect's home. removing bags of evidpoce, ce unearthed an area where they say the suspect lit a fire. they found personal items consistent with those of mackenzie lueck. >> charred material was located de ichbefemale human tissue. >> lueck's deathe followed mor than a week of searching for the university of utah student. she was last seen alive june 17th iriving at the salt lake city airport at 2:00 a.m. police say she then took a lyft to meet someone at this park. >> it was then that her phone went dead ande pne ridecords d w suspect was the last person th lueck contacted.
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ajayi is a former member of the utah national guard with no r felony convictions. several months ago, contractor brian wolf says he went to the suspect's home for a job where he was asked to build a hidden soundproof room to sre liquor and where loud music could be played. >> starting tking about building the secret door with the room. stuff.l that he wanted like a thumbprint lock on it and soundproof. he wantedooks on the walls. >> wolf tned down the project saying it gave him strange feeling. the encounter now even more disturbing, he says, as more chilling details of mackenzie e lueck's murder are being revealed. >> this morning, police say they're investigating the contractor's report secr room. neitherhe suspect nboor hha t tfamily have released a statemet or nam a possible attorney who may be representing him. he's expected back in court later this week. kristen. >> miguel, thank you for that. all right, 7:37 now.
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time for another check of the weather from dylan dreyer. >> good morning. we're getting close to the fourth of july, so a lot of folks want to know what is going on as far as the weather is concerned. today, we're going to see pretty nice weather across the northeast. there will be isolated severe storms back through the upper midwest. going into the fourth of july itself, these are spotty pop-up showers. we get that hut and humidity you typically get this time of year. each afternoon and evening you have pop-up storms scattered across much of the country except for the southwest and west coast where it's a sunny dry. by the time we get to fireworks time, around 9:00, we could see some lingeringhica into st. louis. a few spotty showers andt. ea the northeast, it should be mostly dry by 9:00. also in the southwest, down through texas and the gulf coast and west coast looks nice as well. now here's a peek out your
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window. >> starting on wednesday, that's when we're going to start to see daily chances of storms. only a stray storm possible nd tomorrow, aoday is dry. great pool time, especially as you head into the afternoon. and head into the middle part of th week as the temperatures really heat up. it's a little crisp out there right now. temperatures now everywhere in the 60s and 70s. topping out in the mid topper 80s today. plenty of sunshine. low humidity, and dry out there all throughout your monday. >> and that's your latest forecast. >> thank you. coming up, an inspiring visit to s a highool made famous in "remember the titans" on the 6t anniversary of the landma case that desegregated american schools. jenna is here to unveal her july read with the jenna book club selection. >> and then taylor swift taking on music titanco ser brawn on social we'll expla the back and forth. >> but first, you may never havo
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back now at 7:43, and carson has joined us. good morning. and this morning on in-depth today, proolfer nate lashley, you may not know his name, but he won his first pga on sunday.t >> a comeback story that's been years in the making, and it goes way beyond the game of golf. nbc's steve patterson has more on the heartbreak and healing along this road to victory. steve, this is a good one. >> a great one, guys. good morning to all of you. it is hard to imagine a more wittersweet story of an athlete who turned a last minutereak into an extraordinary $1.3 million win. check this o. a thrilling moment of triumph for golfer nate lashley. taking home his first pga tour victory, winning the rocket mortgage classic in drith on sunday. >> jt reallyemotional right now. really thankful i got into the golf tournament, really.
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>> to call it an upset would be an understatement. it's a victory that's t hen well more than a decade to achieve. winning on the pga tour has been a dretm, andng that done today is a great accomplishment. >> the golfer was added as an alternate, given the last spot before the tournament started. shooting 25 under par for the tournament,re lashley's incdible golf game is only part of his story. in 2004, o in middlef this college career. his parents and girlfriend flew to oregon to watch him play. they were heading back homeo nebraska when they small plane piloted by his father crashed, killing all three onboard. >> i've been tough a lot. it took a lot of yearsoor me t get over my sure >> lathsly struggled, even dropping out of golf, and selling real estate before returning to the game he loved. ar>> my pents were such a big part of my golf, and of my life, that it was difficult for a long
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time. i mean, i still miss them all the time. there's, you know, nothing more than i wish they c coulde to watch. >> this, his sister brooke and new girlfriend ashley were there. hear cheering thrgh his final round. >> a lot of them flew in, and can't ask for more. i'm ready to celebrate with >> so with the win, lashley earns a spot for two years on the pga tour, plus an automatic spot in next year's masters. something he says brings a sense of security, confidence, and finally happiness. guys, back to you. >>teve patterson, thank you so much. herehe thing. a lot of folks didn't know who he was until yesterday. he picked up a lot of fans. >> amazing to think how much perseverance you have to have. >> also a great story for anybody. this goes well above and beyo hoe game of golf. this is a guy w didn't even know he was going to play in this tournament, flipping homes next week, now he has a two-year
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this is a news 4 "today" news break. >> 7:56 is your time on this y monday, jul 1st, 2019. good morning to you. i'm molette green. starting today, d.c. businesses could be slapped withor fines f providing plastic straws and stirrers to stomers. the ban is one of more than two dozen new laws that take effect today across our area. look for a list in our nbc washington app. we wt to get right to traffic with first 4 traffic molissa molay. >> two left lanes are block by a crash and the local lanes then woodrow wilson bridge. the right lane blocked by an accident there. eastbound 6 near 123, that crash nging out in the middle of the road, and 270 southbound doesn't look that bad. molette. >> we're going to check up on your forecast coming up next.
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well, i'm meteorologist lauryn cketts, and we're looking at temperatu s in the mid to upper 80s which is about seasonable for this time of year. but heat and humidity come back overnight and it's going to be hot, tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. temperatures in t 90sith that heat index pushing toward the century mark. currenem tratures in the 60s and 70s. we're headed into the mid to upper 80s today. stray shower possible tomorrow, but then we'll have daily chces of rain wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday, sunday, even monday morning. we'll have to dodge possibly sometorms for fourth of july. >> another local news update coming your way in 25 minutes. fornow, back to the "today" show after thi no at havertys we kw everyone has different tastes. and this independence day we're making it easy to find your style at havertys 4th of july sale. when you spend more, you save more up to $1000. on furniture that's already marked down! with more riyles and custom fab
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>> sisters at "today" from maryland. >> we drove 14 hours to be here from mccomb, michigan. >> shout out to my dog, leo. >> central park on saturday. "today" today. #today, with america'sbust dog. >> celebrating my 13th. >> with grandma anda. gran >> love that. >> look at that face. er welcome back "today." craig melvin alongside kristen welker, in for savannah and hoda this fourth of july holiday week. >> what a great crowd, can't wait to get outside, say hello.n if you c be here in person, join us for some july 4th fun by
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sending a my today maza shoutout, with #mytodayplaza anl you couldd in our open. >> we'll get outside in bit, but first, let's get to your news at he deadly plane crash in texas. all ten people onboard were killed when the aircraft slammed into a hangar just north of texas. gabe gutierrez is near the crash site. gabe, g >> good morning. behind me is that hangar that small plane crashed into. you can see the melted siding en't heard back. big machine record says he never knew of issues between swift and scooter braun and he notified swift's camp of the sale before going public. sheurned down the opportunity to stay with the label and gain control over her master recordings. yeah, a lot of bad blood. >> a fascinating one. jenna joins the table. she's not afraid to stand up for
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herself, that's for sure. >> by the way, this is common practice in the record business. if you're an artist, you get signed, you get an advance and royalties. in exchange for that, you give up the rights to your masters. this is normal practice. taylor doesn't like the person in scooter braun who bought the that's noteworthy thing is scot osters. porchetta from big machine should have cal sd her andaid i have your las six albums, if you want to pay,et will b yours. >> giving her a heads up. >> i think he did give her a reds up? >> he tried to tie that to stay if big machine, for every new alyou the rights to one of youb old albums. she was tied to that deal. she sai i want to leave and take my message with itme. ould have been nice if she could buy it. >> inside scoop. >> he's got the first six albums from her debut album to
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reputation. the biggest music in reputation, and perpetuity, they'll monetize that.ou know what out of >> how about a little pop start? >> let's do it. roll. a i'm getting angry for some reason. >> we like it. >> up first, meghan and harry getting a special gift fromhe new york yankees over the weekend. here with the details is sarah harmon. good morning. >> hey, carson, good morning. yeah, big news from the littlest hiroyal for you t morning. we're told baby archie will be christened on saturday in a private ceremony in windsor. over the weekend, parents meghan and harry had a well deserved night out at the ballpark getting in touch with meghan's american roots. >> prince harry and duchess reggen giving baseball the royal treatment. welcoming america's pastime to london for the first time, including red sox star mookie
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said to be aistant relative of meghan's. >> we're family someho >> both teams came bearing gifts for baby archie. back at home, caring for baby archie, now 8 weeks old, has been a team effort. >> yes, they have meghan's mother, doria ragland, over for the first few weeks to help them settle down. actually, ifter that,t was just the two of them. >> according to a new article in "vanity fair" mhan is savoring her role. cooking organic meals, doing yoga with her mom instead of it working out wh a trainer. >> i was told by a close source to meghan is she has not been in a hurry to get her figure back. she's been focusing on herby ba >> this morning, new reports baby archie's christening taking place this hweekend, wit meghan and harry opting for a smaller, more privateha affair t william
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and kate chose for their three children, but some traditions are expected to be upheld, chri traditeio ln dating back to the 1840s, won by harry himself and all three of kate's children. meghan and harry have chosen that private cpel at windsor castle because it's secluded, far from the public eye, and it means anyone hoping for a glimpse of baby archie is probab going to have to wait for the parents to release the official >> thanks so much. if pop star and dateline had a love child, it was that piece. >> up next, being in love was in the air. ree celebrity weddings taking vire sle.yjo wed in a surprise ceremony in vegas in may. elvis did the whole thing. joe later commented that the couple wanted to get the legal dding done and they were looking forward to the really
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big one. that happened in paris this weekend. we dhe know wir surrounded by friends and family and we're happy for them. another couple married for the second time, zoe kravitz and carl erufman. they we married earlier in the year, they threw a more formal f peormance in paris. another much anticipated wedding happening with katharine mcphee and david foster. foster shared this photo of the bride in the wedding dress with the caption, i'm in the best seat ever. after the ceremony, the stepped out wearing hands. couples who got married this weekend nothing but the best. finally, chris pratt and katherine schwarzenegger got m married lastonth. they wer honeymoon, came back. chris pratt was sharing a picture of the honeymoon.
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we cropped that a little bit. >> i'm glad. >> sun's out, gt.s ou i might have got a touch crispy on the honeymoon. #aloe. we hope he learned his lesson. >> they forgot the sun tan lo have time for a daly click? >> there are moments you think something is about to happen and then you see it in slow motion and i happened all too slow. that's not the case with tda video to because in this case, it happened way too fast. the little girl. >> oh. >>. >> that ladder j fallingt barely misses the little girl. >> oh, my. >> totally fine, a little shooken up. but that was a close call. >> that was dramatic. >> there you go. >> thanks, mr. daly. we turn to ms. dryer for a check of theweatr. >> we have some thunderstorms
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already falling down through minneapolis and across southwestern wisconsin. nothing severe right now, but there is a lot of cloud to ground torrential downpours. this will slowlyo the south and east this afternoon. more scattered showers and thunderstorms will fire up later today. look at all the hot temperatures. 90s feeling like 100s. mid-atlanta, n the 70s in new england. most of the heat is down across the south today and in the southwest, we have hot temperatur through theesert southwest. obviously, up into the triple digits. the west coast looks beautiful with 60s, 70gh 80s throu california. the isolated severe storms could also see a couple spotty storms and showers through chicago hr today, down tgh florida, too, but in the northeast, a beautiful day. that's a look at the weather across the country, now here's a peek out your window. >> a little cool to start this morning. temperatures in the 60s0 and 7s, but low humidity out there. a heat wave, another one, is in the works starting as we go through the day tomorrow, and
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pretty much all the way through the weekend. it's going to be fairly humid with the heat index in he triple digits as we go through this weekend. 73 here in the district. 75 in annapolis. over the next several hours, mid to upper 80s, which is seasonable for this tim of year. blue skies and dry conditions out there all day. >> that's your latest focast th. and as we turn n.ow t o a landmark case that changed education inni the ud states n supreme court v oted unanimously that racial segregation in public schools was unconstitution but across the south, resistance was brd of e. visit one city wheremi you t recognize the power of a game was enoughe to chang the community. it was a story so incredible hollywood took notice. >> it's okay if you like each other or not, but you will
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respect each other. >> the 2000 disney fm denzel washington, told the tale wrestng wh a pusnt it cward iration aynd the football team that ultimately helped unite it. in the film, it seems as if the change reay happened like almoster ght. was it that fast? >> no. no. but we did make a difference. we learned to get along with each other as a team. by the time we won the statesh championip in december, we had unified the city to a degree. >> our fans filled up both sides of the film. >> earl and mike were two of the real life titans on the tc williams high school football team. in 1971, the city of analexia, virginia, still resistabout to for government's push integration combined all three high schools into one. starting that fall, black and white students would be side by side for the first time ever. did you appreciate then thatou were a part of this great
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national experiment called at inten? >> i know i did not appreciate it then. see now that what we, the thing. >> in the about the athletics, >> but you knew mike was white. mike knew you were black. >> yeah, yeah. but there's a distinct difference in athletics. all throughout the your teammates are your teammates. you bond. >> a bond uncompromising guidance of coaches herman boost and bill yoast. in this city, f atball was way of life, and they bet on theheud conflict a bringand c>> they as tension. to wear our football s, je t and pair up, white guy and black guy, and patrol the halls.
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we wereemonstrating that we're teammates. we're showing them the >> the '71 titans dominated on the field. their done feeted season resulted in a championship win, but their true victory was a new sense of hope for a better future. >> this is the field where all those memories were made. >> we never lost on this field. this was a place of victory for us. it was the highest moments and one of the lowest moments. >> then you looin back and kd of say, boy, that football team really was a key component of moving this thing along at this school. >> today, the legacy o that '71 titans team is clear. the halls of tc williams are now filled with nearly 4,000 students from 114 different countries. >> we come together as titans. >> melissa pafs family is from brazil. mahmoud's is from sudan. >> this is a place that celebrates diversity now. >> there's diversity in certain
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places and none in others. >> but despite all that has changed, students at tc still struggle with modern day segregation. >> i remember my first day, sitting at lunch, the cafeteria was basically self-s regated. i was very shocked because i was like, wait. am i at the right school. nsti .movie.mber thene ta >> it wasn't. >> so the school is integrated, but the social circles inside the school are still very much segregated. >> very. thank you so ten black much for being here. remember, only you can preventre wildfi >> i was so hoping you were going to do that. thank you, smokey. i le your tag line. dylan dreyer, how about another check of the weather? >> a beautiful summer day, not a cloud in t sky here in new york city. that's the way it's going to start off across the northeast ewd throughith lots of sunshine. temperatures very pleasant,
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although it is hot and hid the farther south you go. we will see storms through the middle of the week. it stays hot and dry in the southwest and the west coast enjoying a lot of sunshine. as we get to the end of the week, these are hit and miss thunderstorms. one town gets it, the next town over might not. s an eye to the sky as y the o, y nice and dry out west. that's a look at theoury. now here's a peek out your window. > temperatureshe now in 60s d 7upanper 80s0s fndor a daytime today which is seasonable for this time of year. humidity, not a lot of wind, but plenty of sunshine s we continue through the day, and again, thoseti temperatures are going to be nice all day long. a beautiful day out there today. heat ande humidity com back tomorrow. enjoy anyou tdoor activities today before the heat and humidity come back pretty much all week.
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>> that's your latest forecast. >> all right, dyla you know what the box means. >> good times. >> july 1st, jenna bushag h rea. means the read with jenna pick. >> i'm really excited about this our book c members said they wanted a summer read. this is a really good one for women and isn. ths good for the beach, the lake, or even your couch. you ready? kristen, will you do this? you just lift it. >> oh, we don't have to unwrap . >> e oh, my evvie drake starts over. it's a story of a youngidow trying to find herself aft her husband passed away. but it's dark and sweet. it's not predicta e. >> it's also about a baseball player who loses his pitch. that's for you.
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that's all for this hour of "today." as always, you can find more stories on >> including a look at a sanctuary for senior sheltergs do where they find loving lifetime retirement homes. >> pl ice cream or bite it. one chilling photo sparked a fierce social media debate that's giving people the goosebumps. >> and former man v. s foodr adam richmond will be. here >> you know what else? >> happy birthday? >> happy birthday, kristen welker on oh, my gosh. >> two, three. ♪ happy bthday to you ♪ happy birthy to you ♪ happy birthday to kristen
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>> after yourewocal n and weather. more cake. >> have this is a news 4 "today" news break. good morning. 8:56 is your time on this monday, july 1st. i'm molette green. let's get over to melissa mollet with your first 4 traffic. >>he right lane blocked by a crash before georgetown pike, we have delays there as well because of an earliercrash. 66 looks okay. 95 northbound and southbound, no complaints. 270 southbound, through rockfield, goes 28 miles per hour. >> the forecast is coming up next.
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i'm meteorologist lauryn ricketts and it's going to be a beautiful day out there today. dry all day, plenty ofsf n. your tuesday, humidity comes back and maybe a stray storm. a humidity back for wednesday, tursday, and friday. temperatures outhere right now in the mid 70s h e.wer 70s elwherse to upper 80s today. umt and h tomorrow.
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