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what's the difference between prop 26 and prop 27? 26 is a money grab that doesn't guarantee a cent for non-gaming tribes. 27 requires 15% of all state revenues go to non-gaming tribes. the choice is clear. yes, on 27. good morning. thanks for starting your weekend off with us this morning. we know a lot more about that unprecedented search of former president trump's florida estate. >> it's august 27th, and this is "today." unsealed. new insight into exactly why the fbi wanted to search former prident trump's mar-a-lago home. the affidavit revealing some of the nation's most sensitive secrets were housed there improperly, information that could be a matter of life and death. what we're learning this morning, and what might happen next. preparing for pain.
a stark warning from the chair of the federal reserve. the stressful economic woes we've all been experiencing this year aren't going away. >> while higher interest rates, slower growth and softer labor market conditions will bring down inflation, they will also bring some pain to households and businesses. >> stocks taking a dive, as americans worry about their financial futures. breaking his silence. beloved fitness guru, richard simmons reaching out to his fans in a social media post. the first time in years anyone has heard from him. how he's doing after spending several years out of the public eye. all that, plus road to recovery. >> you starting to feel better, bud? >> yeah, i'm starting to feel better. >> 12-year-old easton oliverson, the little league player who suffered life-threatening injuries after falling off of his bunk bed undergoes a crucial surgery friday, and now he's hoping to leave the hospital
soon. today, saturday, august 27th, 2022. from nbc news, this is "today" with peter alexander and kristen welker. >> welcome to "today." thank you so much for joining us on this saturday morning. peter, you know, we've been following the progress of little easton for weeks now. it is just so heartening to see him steadily improving. >> this guy is such a trooper. his folks say that if he keeps listening to doctors and keeps improving like this, he might be heading back home to utah soon. that's going to be one heck of a homecoming when it finally happens. >> our fingers are crossed that happens very soon indeed. there is a lot to get to. we'll have more on easton later but a lot to get to this morning. with the release of that heavily redacted affidavit used by the fbi to justify its search of former president trump's mar-a-lago home earlier this month. >> in total, roughly two-thirds of the affidavit was blacked
out. some pages you see there entirely black, not a word visible. the fbi detailing its reasons for the search and expressing highly classified material in boxes that mr. trump returned to the national archives back in january. >> we have complete coverage and reaction this morning. we do want to begin with nbc's monica alba who is at the white house for us. monica, good morning. >> reporter: kristen, good morning. despite those giant blacked-out sections, there's plenty of significant new information in this document, including the highest levels of classification for some records kept at donald trump's florida home after leaving office, offering a clearer picture of the sweeping scope of national security implications as well as the criminal investigation into the former president's handling of top secret material. this morning, the department of justice offering new insight into why the fbi seized highly classified documents from mar-a-lago on august 8th, revealing in a heavily redacted copy of the affidavit
authorizing the search that an earlier review of material the former president took from the white house contained information that could cause exceptionally grave damage to the returned by mr. in january.e national 14 of them containing classified information. 187 documents had classification markings, including 67 marked confidential, 92 labeled secret and 25 identified as top secret. some prompting concern they could compromise clandestine human sources, according to the document. in outlining the reasons for executing august's unprecedented search, the government believed there was probable cause to find additional classified documents containing sensitive national defense information. the affidavit stating there was probable cause to believe that evidence of obstruction will be found. no charges have been filed. the affidavit with entire sections blacked out detailing for the first time that a
significant number of civilian witnesses are involved in the ongoing investigation. the former president firing back friday, taking aim at the redactions and the florida judge who signed off on the affidavit saying he should never have allowed the break-in of my home. president biden when asked about the national security risks deferred to the doj but maintained there are instances when a commander in chief can properly take classified material from the white house, telling peter -- >> i have in my home a space that is completely space. i'm taking home with me today's pdb. it's locked. i have military with me. i read it, lock it back up and give it to the military. >> reporter: the senate intelligence committee quickly called for a damage assessment of any national security threats posed by the alleged mishandling of information. meanwhile former president trump responded overnight to a judge's request to elaborate on his
desire for a so-called special master to oversee the evidence recovered from mar-a-lago, all in an attempt to stop the justice department from continuing to review the material. kristen and peter. >> a number of legal angles unfolding overnight. monica alba at the white house for us. monica, thank you. we want to bring in ken dilanian, nbc's justice and intelligence correspondent. ken, you've been looking at this, speaking to the investigators who are associated with events like this. walk us through what we can glean from what we've seen here. what are the key revelations in these documents? >> guys, one of the most significant revelations came not from the affidavit but the memo the doj filed to justify the redactions. that talked about a significant number of civilian witnesses. and what that tells us is the fbi is talking to a lot of people here. some of them appear to have had inside information, because the affidavit shows us the fbi knew exactly where to look for some of these documents. also significant is the mention in the affidavit of obstruction of justice. they expected to find evidence of obstruction at mar-a-lago. and then lastly, we have new
insight into just how extraordinarily sensitive some of the documents were that were found in january at mar-a-lago. >> let me follow up with you on that point. how sensitive were the documents, and what could the national security implications be, ken? >> well, there are secrets and there are secrets. these documents suggest that they were some of the most closely guarded secrets in the u.s. government. what jumped out at me is this term human control systems. that refers to human source reporting. often a report of a cia interview with a foreign source. those documents usually don't leave the cia. occasionally briefers will present them to a president to underscore a piece of evidence. the idea that was outside a secure vault and other notations were no signalled intelligence, intercepts of communications by the national security agency. no foreign, which means it's so sensitive it can't be shared with our closest allies. these are the documents that don't leave secure facilities. the idea that it was sitting at a golf club is unimaginable. >> the doj didn't want any of
this shared initially. they agreed to some of these redacted items being shared. the judge went along with that. what's next and what is the likelihood that perhaps the former president is charged with a crime. >> obviously there's a lot we still don't know here. as president trump was entitled to this material. but it's now clear that he was on notice first by the national archives and the doj that he shouldn't have this stuff and he should give it back and then there's also this factor of obstruction, which we know very little about. of all the many legal threats facing donald trump at this moment, this one seems to be the most dangerous. >> and underscoring lives could have been at risk with this material. >> absolutely. particularly cia sources. those are the most closely guarded secrets. >> ken dilanian, thank you so much. appreciate it. now to the economy and a really grim report from the federal reserve chairman saying more interest rate hikes are likely on the way as the fed battles to bring down record
inflation. the news sending stocks tumbling on friday. emilie ikeda is in new york at the federal reserve bank with more on what it all means. emilie, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you, kristen. the fed chairman was brief and blunt on friday, underscoring the central bank's goal of beating inflation, while acknowledging their methods could bring some, quote, pain to consumers and businesses, with more rate hikes on the horizon. this morning new fears about the state of the economy. a day after the fed chairman said he'll do whatever it takes to slow down inflation. >> price stability is the responsibility of the federal reserve and serves as the bedrock of our economy. >> reporter: but a warning that the road to lower prices may be rocky. >> while higher interest rates, slower growth and softer labor market conditions will bring down inflation, they will also bring some pain to households and businesses. >> reporter: jerome powell's highly anticipated speech comes amid early signs that inflation may have peaked. a key gauge shows price
increases slowed in july. but the current index is still far from the central bank's goal of 2%, paving the way for a fourth interest rate hike in a row next month. the fed's promise of forceful and rapid action spooking wall street. the dow tumbling more than 1,000 points friday. >> we can expect to see probably more volatility until we have a sense of how long these interest rate hikes will last and when they'll finally stop. >> reporter: experts say another rate hike would make credit card, home and car loans more expensive. >> are you concerned about interest rates going up? >> oh, absolutely, absolutely. >> reporter: a blow for new yorker andrew sivarelli who needs to borrow money for an suv he wants to buy. >> every time i walk into a dealership, my stomach turns. >> reporter: similar pain for eric burlingame. >> well, what's going to happen? am i going to have to have two roommates to afford a place? >> reporter: americans facing
difficult choices and an uncertain economic future. and one silver lining in all of this, when interest rates rise, so do savings rates, so now is a good time to shop around and identify high interest savings accounts so you can better build your emergency backup funds. guys, back to you. >> americans holding on to those small pieces of good news right now. thank you for that. in ukraine six months after russia's invasion, the fighting there is still raging with international investigators now pushing to inspect that endangered nuclear power plant. in the meantime another american family is grieving its loss this morning. nbc's josh lederman is in kyiv for us with more. josh, what's the very latest? >> reporter: peter, good morning. both russia and ukraine are making new allegations this morning that the other is shelling the zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, even after that close call that forced the power plant to rely on backup power to avoid a nuclear
meltdown. crisis averted for now. but growing fears that more shelling at the plant could trigger nuclear disaster. a regional official telling nbc news that authorities have started distributing iodine tablets to people living 30 miles within the plant. president zelenskyy says the situation remains precarious and dangerous. while world leaders call for an immediate visit by u.n. nuclear inspectors. a spokesman telling nbc news a visit is imminent. >> is very soon days or weeks? >> days. >> reporter: meantime, ukraine's state-run nuclear company is alleging russian agents are torturing ukrainian nuclear workers so they won't tell u.n. inspectors what's really happening. nbc news can't independently confirm that claim. >> because the russians control the plant, they can remove the military equipment that they had deployed there. >> reporter: amid fierce fighting in ukraine's east and south, the state department
confirming an american citizen was killed in ukraine. the united states offering condolences, quote, to the families of all those who have been lost as a result of russia's unprovoked and unjustified war against ukraine. the u.s. and ukraine both warning that russia is preparing sham referendums in occupied areas over whether to join russia. the vote set to begin within days. the head of ukraine's national security and defense council telling nbc anyone who facilitates russian referendums will be tried and could face the death penalty if they're not killed first. we're also hearing more this morning about the death of that u.s. citizen from a russian provincial governor who says the american was fighting alongside ukrainian troops, had just arrived on the front lines when he was killed in a clash with russian forces. nbc news cannot independently verify that cl double that
weather in the midwest. >> i am. we have an area from minnesota down into oklahoma and northern texas. this swath of pale green has a marginal risk for storms today. the good news is the tornado threat actually looks pretty low but wind gusts could hit 60 miles per hour. if you have afternoon outdoor plans some of these storms may put a damper on them. speaking of damper, here's where all the rain is situated, farther south. let's head down to the gulf coast states to louisiana, mississippi, alabama and right on into florida. this boundary is parking and stalling out. as a result we'll see lots of showers and thunderstorms start to bubble up right along the west coastline of florida there. as we head into sunday, we'll see more rain not only in florida but parts of montgomery, alabama and northern georgia. now, as far as rain totals go, we'll see the soakers really down in central florida, so we could see rain totals hitting anywhere from 2 to 3 inches out that way. speaking of the storm impacting the southeast, who is headed to
the fedexcup playoffs? the tour championship kicks off this weekend. temperatures for your saturday, upper 90s. same for sunday. now, it's not going to be a washout, but a few storms could prompt delays during the afternoon hours both today and tomorrow. let's see what's going on across the rest of the country. we've got temperatures that are going to be pretty warm on the east coast. things are quiet, though, for a lot of us in the northeast. we are tracking that fire danger out west. and again, strong storms through the >> we will be enjoying a bit of a cooling trend this weekend here in the bay area. temperatures right now in san francisco, 57 degrees. also expect to see the marine layer lingering around, at least for the first half of the day. we have a couple low clouds through san jose. 58 degrees, your temperature trend. by 11:00, 12:00, 70s. we'll get nice afternoon clearing for a comfortable afternoon. dublin also seeing a couple low
>> and that's your local forecast. kristen, peter, back to you both. >> thank you very much. still to come, raf sanchez has an inspiring update on that little leaguer that fell out of his bunk bed and fractured his skull last week. >> that's right, guys. people all across the country have been rooting for 12-year-old easton after that terrifying fall. he went in for major surgery on friday and we talked to his family about how he's doing now. >> we are all rooting for him. plus, an exclusive look at the five american women who made significant contributions to american history as they are commemorated on a series of new quarters. we're back right after this.
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stories. >> and our friend joe fryer is in new york with that. good to see you, joe. good morning. >> hey there, kristen and peter. as you both know there were a lot of major headlines this week including millions cleaning up after another week of severe and dangerous flash floods. torrential rain swept across the south this week. >> in parts of central mississippi, the scenes are dire. emergency crews conducting dozens of desperate rescues. >> this is really bad. >> reporter: those same thunderstorms drenched the dallas-fort worth area just 24 hours earlier, dropping more than 14 inches of rain. that's more precipitation than the area had seen in the previous eight months. the uvalde, texas, school board fired its police chief, pete arredondo, after he was accused of waiting too long to rescue students and teachers trapped with the school shooter. >> the termination comes exactly three months after a gunman claimed the lives of 19 children and two teachers at robb
elementary. in a lengthy 17-page statement, his lawyer accusing the board of an unconstitutional public lynching. >> reporter: a federal jury awarded vanessa bryant $16 million for emotional distress and suffering after l.a. county first responders shared photos showing the bodies of kobe and gianna bryant taken after their fatal helicopter crash. after the verdict, bryant walked past a crush of media, later posting on instagram, all for you, i love you. justice for kobe and gigi. dr. anthony fauci announced that in december he'll leave his role as director of the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases and as president biden's chief medical advisor. but at age 81, fauci says he's not retiring. he's looking forward to the next stage of his career. a shocking scene as a hammerhead shark chased down a
stingray very close to shore in alabama, while in myrtle beach, south carolina, a grandmother was bitten but survived. >> there was a shark attached to my arm. i just kept hitting at it. some of the week's wildest moments caught on camera. a rare fire tornado formed in portugal. a mix of heat, wind and dust a plane flying from mexico to los angeles had to make an emergency landing after an engine caught fire. the pilots landed the plane safely. and golfing superstar rory mcilroy was not amused when someone rolled a remote controlled golf ball onto the green where he was putting. he picked it up and threw it into the water. >> it's going to be hard to control from the water. and finally, a sweet scene at a soccer game in argentina when the goalkeeper gave up the winning goal in extra time. a young man woman onto the field to give him a hug and to tell
him everything would be okay. how sweet is that? here's one of my favorite parts of the story. in an interview the boy's father said the kid told a little white lie. he said he was going to the restroom. the next thing he knew, the kid was running on the field to give him a hug. >> the dog looked up, that's my son there. what's he doing right now? >> usually we don't condone white lies but in that case it was okay. what a great end to that story. >> he told the goalie we're going to win the next game. still to come, sky high with the u.s. air force thunderbirds. my breath-taking experience pulling nearly 9 gs inside one of those f-16s. >> you are braver than i am. plus fitness guru richard simmon breaking hiss test test test. test test test. test test test. test
good morning. it is 5:56. thank you for joining us on this saturday. it is august 27th. i'm chris chmura, in for kira klapper. police are searching for what led to a deadly situation in oakland. double shooting and a chain reaction crash, both taking place about 7:00 last night in the 2800 block of martin luther king jr. way. three men are dead, two with gunshot wounds. the third, a bicyclist, hit by a car that crashed while leaving the scene. the city's police chief says
this is just another example of gun violence in the city. >> it really highlights the fact that there are far too many people in the community with guns and willing to use guns in broad daylight. it's just really challenging for us when we have the incidents that happen like this and obviously take so many people's lives. new legal battle is brewing involving america's covid vaccine rollout. moderna is suing pfizer, its rival. the suit involves patent infringement tied to the mrna technology the company uses for its covid vaccine. moderna is not seeking to remove pfizer's vaccine from the market. instead, it wants money for pfizer continuing to sell the vaccine. pfizer says it is reviewing the complaint but remains confident in the intellectual property of its vaccine. i have not checked out the weather, but i have a friend who can help us figure out what is happening.
hey there, vianey. what's happening? >> chris, good morning. we're going to be cooler saturday and sunday compared to the past week. this is going to sort of set us up for a nice weekend to enjoy outdoors. now in san francisco, it is 57 degrees. normal for this time of year. we do have the marine layer around the coastline. you'll notice the clouds lingering through 10:00, 11:00 a.m., then we start to get some more sunshine, clearing, and daytime highs in san francisco will be topping out in the mid to upper 60s around the peninsula. meanwhile, further inland through san jose, also seeing a couple of the low clouds. it is about 58 degrees right now. if you notice, we keep some of the low cloud coverage up until 8:00, 9:00. then it gets nice and sunny, and the daytime highs will climb into the 70s and 80s through the interior. i'll have a closer look at your full forecast at 7:00 a.m. chris. >> perfect forecast for you to bring home a shelter dog or cat. coming up on "today in the bay," we are helping pets find their forever homes. we are out at our big clear the shelters event.
we will show you how, when, and where you can bring home your next furry friend. that, plus all your top that, plus all your top stories coming up at viteou to y what's the diffe jrence between prop 26 and prop 27? 26? not one dime to get people off the streets and into housing 27 generates hundreds of million to help solve homelessness. the choice is clear yes on prop 27. what's the difference between prop 26 and prop 27?
26 is a money grab that doesn't guarantee a cent for non-gaming tribes. 27 requires 15% of all state revenues go to non-gaming tribes. the choice is clear. yes, on 27. ♪ ♪ i want to get away ♪ >> i'm going to regret that ice cream sundae a couple of nights ago. whoa! that's tight we are back on this saturday morning, august 27th, 2022 that's peter getting ready to fly away with the thunder birds. what an incredibly thrilling experience we can't wait to see how it went that's coming up in the next half hour. how is that ice cream sundae sitting now. >> i'm still nauseous 72 hours later, reminding me of the experience
i couldn't have more respect for these guys they are incredible, the speeds they hit, the force of the turns and they do it totally cognizant the whole time it is impressive we will bring it in in a bit we have a check of the headlines. info wars broadcaster alex jones being sued again by families of the sandy hook shooting. nine families are accusing him of systematically transferring millions of dollars to himself and his relatives while claiming bankruptcy they say jones is attempting to avoid paying them as they seek damages from jones for falsely claiming the shooting was a hoax earlier this month a texas jury ordered jones to pay nearly $50 million to the parents of one of the children killed at sandy hook 20 students and six adults were killed in the 2012 shooting. in the nfl the star rookie punter for the buffalo bills did not play in the team's preseason game against carolina last night amid a rape accusation
he was accused of participating in the gang rape of a teenager at an off-campus party last year two other football players are accused in the suit. ariza released a statement denying the accusation saying, i look forward to quickly setting the record straight. tennis legend althea gibson has a new honor with the u.s. open beginning in new york city on monday. the city named a street althea gibson way on what would have been her 93rd birthday on the street she grew up she was the first to win a grand slam at 1956 open and she became the first black player to win wimbledon. a great update to a story we told you last week about a 12-year-old little leaguer well on his way to recovery after
suffering a horrific head injury when he fell off his bunk bed days before he was set to play in the little league world series this morning his parents say he had successful surgery and they're hopeful for his future nbc's raf sanchez has the latest on his condition. >> reporter: this is good news for easton oliver's complicated surgery. his family says he is awake and may be going home soon this morning easton "the tank" oliverson is on the road to recovery the 12 year old emerging from a five-hour operation which his family says want perfectly, writing, so thankful for the miracles and angels that surround this kid. >> try to stay on the dotted lines. >> reporter: with no sign of brain damage, doctors are hopeful he can head home to utah as early as this week and one day will make a full recovery. easton won the hearts of fed cal
staff and millions around the country with his resilience. halting but determined steps >> left side oh, very good. >> reporter: walking, writing, even speaking. >> are you starting to feel better, bud? >> yes, feel better. >> reporter: an astonishing rally for a family told to expect the worse >> he came off stats of 0% chance of survival to a week and a half later expecting 100% recovery. >> reporter: he fell from a bunk bed daysbefore his team was du to compete in the little league world series amid all of the pain one thing got to him, being forced to shave his head >> easton loves his hair and he was not happy about shaving it. >> reporter: his best friend and teammate colton knew exactly what to do >> first thing when colton got off the airplane he said, i'm shaving my head. >> he's always had my back and i wanted to have his back.
>> reporter: support from an all-star roster including easton's favorite player >> we are praying for you, thinking of you and i hope to see you soon, my man. >> reporter: a little league star with a whole nation rooting for him. >> and easton's dan add brother got a little encouragement in the stands from former president bush who you guys know is a major baseball fan easton's little league team is the first from utah ever to reach the world series they didn't win but they hope to be back next year and to have eason with them. peter and kristen. >> that's an awesome story i love what colton did on for his friend easton. so many good moments out of this awful experience you just feel for the family and the strength they are demonstrating at this time >> it is amazing raf, great story it is amazing to see how ever rallied around him from the former president to his brother who played in his place at the world series it is really wonderful >> that guy is one trooper
we are sending him our best. we want to check in with somara with another check of the forecast >> we are talking numbers. let's look at the temperatures alas, summer is not done with us yet. we are experiencing a warm weekend on the east coast. things are quiet on the east coast as well. we can enjoy the sunshine today. a lot of rain towards the south. richmond, five above their average. >> 89 in new york. st. louis coming in at 90. what is going to happen tomorrow more of the same indianapolis in the upper 80s. this is actually not bad, pretty comfortable. low 80s in new york, three above the average. even towards areas like burlington in the low 80s. in the days to come, we will heat things up a little bit. temperatures will head to the 90s, okay. we will be in the low 90s in the mid atlantic into the carolinas from monday, tuesday, wednesday, also in the 90s. up towards detroit cooler air moving in on wednesday for you so it might be a nice day to be out and about or get things done around town with temperatures in
>> i hope you're ready for a very comfortable and cooler weekend because we are going to be seeing those temperatures dropping just a little bit compared to earlier this week. right now in san francisco, we're at about 57 degrees. we've got the marine layer hanging out until about 10:00, 11:00, then we'll start to get the sunshine rolling through. temperatures in the 60s. eventually by the afternoon. south bay, 58 degrees. notice, though, we do climb into the 70s. lots of sunshine by 12:00. and that's your local forecast peter, kristen, back to you both >> somara, thank you just ahead we will have an exclusive look at the trail blazing women soon to be featured on the quarters you will hold in your pockets and purses >> first, these messages with skyrizi, 3 out of 4 people achieved 90% clearer skin at 4 months... and skyrizi is just 4 doses a year, after 2 starter doses.
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with low prices and great deals, back to school's easy. that's totally target. this morning we are going in depth in honor of women's equality day which we celebrated on friday. the u.s. mint is inveiling the artwork for the next installment. >> you can see it behind us. nbc senior business analyst stephanie ruhle got an exclusive tour of the mint in philadelphia and a firsthand look at the new artwork that will be on the quarters. >> reporter: change is underway at the u.s. mint and not just the kind found in your pocket. seen for the first time ever on
"today," the artwork for the 2023 american women quarter series featuring bessie coleman, the first african american and native womant lady eleanor roost a mexican-american journalist and activist, and america's first prima ballerina. >> they're really beautiful designs and they showcase these women who just mean so much to american history a lot of them are unknown to some people. >> reporter: now in the second offour years the mint is honoring 20 remarkable american women on these tiny canvasses. once the winning artwork is chosen the mint produces metal pieces called hubs engraved with the designs. >> we're literally making one? >> yes, you are literally making one. >> reporter: those hubs and stamp like dots are used to
press blank couldn'ts with the raised edges and images with the trail blazing women on both sides of the coin. >> the front, for first time in history it is sculpted with one of the greatest american sculptors. >> reporter: every day 35 million coins are produced in this building and each one goes through ten different steps of production before it can leave the mint and possibly end up in your wallet. >> to many these quarters are worth a lot more than 25 cents >> thrilled to know that my design resonated with the family and that was really important to me. >> reporter: they're a tiny but mighty source of inspiration you are a woman who worked in finance, a mom that makes you a pioneer what has it been like for you? >> i was raised to believe i can do anything i wanted to. it was amazing to read the
stories because you can see so much of yourself in each of these women. even my mom, i see her in each of these women so it is great to be a part of this. >> reporter: making history and change along the way for "today," stephanie ruhle, philadelphia what an inspiration indeed peter, imagine being a little girl and holding one of those coins in your hands and thinking, yes, you can do anything >> i was going to say for so many girls they can finally see someone on the coin that looks like them. what a difference maker it is. >> exactly still ahead, how this little guy is able to keep up with his penguin friends thanks to booties made just for him. >> we are back right after this. and new adventures you hope the more you give the less they'll miss. but even if your teen was vaccinated against meningitis in the past they may be missing vaccination for meningitis b. although uncommon, up to 1 in 5 survivors of meningitis will have long term consequences. now as you're thinking about
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swimming, climbing and arguing it takes to keep up, 4-year-old lucas was left out. >> he was a loner. after his injury, it just prolonged that condition for him. >> reporter: the zoo says little lucas was diagnosed with a rare spinal condition. >> he's walking in an area where he shouldn't be bearing his weight. >> reporter: painful inflammation and debilitating sores. >> would he survive in the wild? >> no. >> reporter: so to give him a shot, the zoo reached out to an animal orthotics company. with a few lopsided steps creating foot molds, they went to work making little penguin booties. >> so these shoes have given him a new life. >> it's been pretty remarkable. >> reporter: lucas will likely have to wear them the rest of his life but he doesn't seem to mind one bit. >> it just warms my heart to get him to be confident enough to
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it is saturday, august 27th. i'm chris chmura here for kira klapper. san jose police won't march in the pride festival.uniform. silicon valley pride agreed but as guns. sjpd says that won't work because their manual requires officers in full uniform to carry a gun and handcuffs. pride organizers say their requests have the feelings of the lgbtq community. >> the trauma and history doesn't represent all law enforcement, but it is still there. the understanding needs to come on both ends and not just ours. >> ultimately, the two groups couldn't compromise, so the police withdrew from the parade. in san francisco, a candidate for the supervisor's race was kicked off the november ballot. now, we're hearing from her attorney. san francisco aapi activist was running for district 4 seat. yesterday, the city attorney ruled she failed to prove
residency. her district home is in 10. the website is now offline. representatives say they provided ample evidence she lives in district 4. louie's attorney said we are discussing the situation with our client. let's check with weather with vianey. >> chris, good morning. we do have the low clouds waking up, especially getting dense along the coastline and parts of the interior. look at this, you can see the cloud covervallejo, san francisco, even down to the south bay as well as parts of the san jose area. now, as far as clearing goes, well, we're going to keep the cloud cover around through 11:00, 12:00. then we'll start to get the peeks of sunshine through the city with temperatures in the upper 60s. but it will be cooler today and also heading into tomorrow. we're going to enjoy comfortable weather out there. 58 degrees right now. you might be noticing some of the low clouds, but we'll get really good clearing inland. the clouds will linger around a little less long through the coastline, but temperatures will
be in the 70s and forecasted highs will be in the upper 80s for concord and livermore and morgan hill. then we have some 70s through palo alto. upper 60s for san francisco. we are expecting to see a comfortable day ahead. chris. >> looks great to be outside today. vianey, thank you very much. coming up this morning on "today in the bay" at 7:00, a shooter still on the run in oakland after a violent attack on bart. we will have the latest on the investigation. that plus all your top stories and clear the shelters. we'll have special guests on tap for you, many with four legs. we'll see you back at 7:00. for now, back to the "today" show in new york. here at city of refuge, we house up to 26 families. we reduce homelessness, address mental health, provide spaces for addiction to be broken, create spaces of healing and restoration. for the first time ever, prop 27 will provide permanent funding for organizations like ours.
saying yes to prop 27 means more people get the assistance that they nee they get someone to partner in such a way to see transformation come to them. yes on prop 27, because there's no place like home. good morning. secrets revealed. new details this morning into why the fbi wanted to search former president trump's mar-a-lago estate. the justice department releasing that heavily redacted affidavit that shared its concerns that mr. trump had hundreds of pages of highly classified material that was not properly stored and posed a risk to national security. how mr. trump is reacting and where the investigation goes from here. richard simmons speaks out for the first time in years. the fitness guru takes to social media telling fans how he's
doing. simmons breaking his silence after a new documentary was released exploring his disappearance from public life. and flying high. we're celebrating the u.s. air force thunderbirds, an american institution in the sky. >> when you're up there, what's it feel like? >> it's an incredible, incredible feeling of freedom. >> we'll take you into the cockpit today, saturday, august 27th, 20 too. >> hi, we're the bollingers from bluffton, south carolina. i'm celebrating my graduation from the university of south carolina with "today." good mo. lauderdale. >> amy. >> gigi. >> and we love the "today" show. >> and we love you right back. good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a saturday morning. it's the final countdown until your thunderbirds piece, new
call sign maverick for you. >> i think it should have been dramamine to tell you the truth but we'll have that experience in just a short time. it was a heck of a ride. i'm so proud to share it with you. we want to get to today's news and what we're learning from this heavily redacted affidavit unsealed on friday. the justice department detailing its reasons for the search expressing grave concern after find classified material in 15 boxes mr. trump gave back in january. >> reporter: peter, good morning. despite those giant blacked-out sections, there's plenty of significant new information in this document, including the highest levels of classification for some records kept at donald trump's florida home after he laups lost in 2020 offering a clearer picture of the sweeping scope of national security implications as well as the criminal investigation into the former president's handling of top secret material. this morning, the department of justice offering new insight into why the fbi seized highly classified documents from
mar-a-lago on august 8th, revealing in a heavily redacted copy of the affidavit authorizing the search that an earlier review of material the former president took from the white house contained information that could cause exceptionally grave damage to the national security. 15 boxes were returned by mr. trump to the national archives in january. 14 of them containing classified information. 184 documents had classification markings, including 67 marked confidential, 92 labeled secret and 25 identified as top secret. some prompting concern they could compromise clandestine human sources, according to the document. in outlining the reasons for executing august's unprecedented search, the government believed there was probable cause to find additional classified documents containing sensitive national defense information. the affidavit stating there was probable cause to believe that evidence of obstruction will be found. no charges have been filed.
the affidavit with entire sections blacked out detailing for the first time that a significant number of civilian witnesses are involved in the ongoing investigation. the former president firing back friday, taking aim at the redactions and the florida judge who signed off on the affidavit saying he should never have allowed the break-in of my home. president biden when asked about the national security risks deferred to the doj but maintained there are instances when a commander in chief can properly take classified material from the white house, telling peter -- >> i have in my home a space that is completely secure. i'm taking home with me today's pdb. it's locked. i have a person with me, military with me. i read it, lock it back up and give it to the military. >> reporter: the senate intelligence committee quickly called for a damage assessment of any national security threats posed by the alleged mishandling of information.
meanwhile the trump legal team responded to a judge's request to elaborate on their request for a special master to oversee the evidence recovered from mar-a-lago. all in an attempt to stop the justice department from continuing to review the material. kristen and peter. >> monica alba at the north lawn of the white house this morning. monica, thank you. also today at the vatican, pope francis is elevating 20 new cardinals. robert mcilroy is a bishop, not an archbishop in the border city of san diego. he is known for welcoming immigrants as well as focusing on the environment and the poor. with these news cardinals pope francis will have appointed about 60% of the men who will choose his successor. the u.s. secret service said friday that it has now recovered nearly $300 million in fraudulent pandemic loans. that money is being returned to the small business administration. the agency said it found people
submitted loan applications by using fake or stolen employment and personal information and then using an online bank to move the money. the secret service says it worked with the online bank named green dot to identify and seize 15,000 separate accounts. well, it is time now for a weekend morning boost. we've been waiting for this all morning. joe is back with that. hey, joe. >> so here is a father who should most definitely be up for dad of the year. first he surprised his daughter for her 16th birthday with tickets to not one, but two sold-out harry styles concerts and then he agreed to go in matching outfits, styled to look just like the pop icon. ♪ i go round and round ♪ ♪ spinning away ♪ >> that's awesome. those are some amazing looks.
some style right there. we love the feather boas. they hit the thrift stores and borrowed a matching pair of doc martins just for dad. he even painted his finger nails for the occasion. he said he would do pretty much anything to see his daughter so happy. while they're at it, making us happy too. >> yeah. and giving peter his plans for halloween for sure. >> i can't wait. >> i'll have to dig deep in the closet to find a boa like that but i'm sure we've got something. that is an awesome story. what a great dad there. appreciate you. still ahead, the moment we have literally all been waiting for. how did peter do way up in the sky flying and doing those awesome acrobatic moves with the thunderbirds? well, we're going to find out. he lived to tell the tale. he lived to tell the tale. that's right aer this.ft before treating your chronic migraine— 15 or more headache days a month, each lasting 4 hours or more you're not the only one with questions about botox®. botox® prevents headaches in adults with chronic migraine before they even start—with about 10 minutes of treatment
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their aerial acrobatics are as awe-inspiring as they are gravity defying. the u.s. air force thunderbirds shooting through the skies for nearly 70 years. this team of elite pilots, mechanics and support personnel take their show on the road from march through november. their commander, lieutenant colonel justin elliott, call sign astro. but to his squadron, boss. >> when you're up there, what's it feel like? >> it's an incredible, incredible feeling of freedom. being able to climb, dive, really control the sky. it's about as freeing as it gets and about as intense as it gets as well. >> theirs is a unique mission not to prepare for combat but to connect with those gazing up from the ground, including the next generation of air force aviators. the thunderbirds mantra, recruit, retain, inspire. this demonstration squadron showcasing the f-16 fighting falcon is defined by its
professionalism an its precision. astro detailed for us the vocal cadence he uses to keep his team together, their wing tips just 18 inches apart, for a complex maneuver like the delta loop. >> so as we are about to hit the merge, we're going those coming up for 20 right on into four, there's four. >> major lauren goes by the call sign threat. a journey that began as a young girl this minnesota native was inspired at a school assembly. >> i went home and said, mom, i'm going to be a fighter pilot. she's like, whoa, lauren, how do you even know those words? >> she is now in her first season with this team, just the sixth woman ever to serve as a thunderbirds pilot. >> hopefully i'm paving the way to make it easier for more girls to be fighter pilots or not be scared to follow their dreams. >> this week the thunderbirds invited a first-time flier to pull some gs but not before giving me a little training. >> rolling is going to be where
it looks like this. we're going to do four of those in a row. >> from the team's doctor, a lesson in what they call hook breathing, a technique to help endure g force. >> so here come the gs. one thousand one, one thousand two, one thousand three. >> pushing the blood back to your brain to avoid blacking out. >> i'll be a sumo wrestler by the end of this thing. next it was time to gear up. >> i'm going to regret that ice cream sundae a couple of nights ago. whoa, that's tight. the first heart stopper, seeing my name on the side of the aircraft before strapping in. seconds after takeoff, we were heading state up. above the clouds, it's incredibly peaceful. inside my stomach, not as much. for starters, banking left and right at more than 500 miles an hour. and a taste of that force against your body.
then a few rolls, at times flying inverted, just hanging there upside down. for an entire hour, it's like riding a roller coaster atop a rocket. finally, the exclamation point, accelerating into a sharp turn. the force was crushing, nearly nine gs like an elephant was standing on my chest. bang on the ground -- >> here's the best part. you didn't need those guys. >> exhiliration and exhaustion after an indescribable experience. >> it was the highlight of my life, i swear to god. that was spectacular. >> oh, my gosh. that is incredible, peter. i'm so proud of you for doing that. i have to ask, i think what everyone wants to know, what you were thinking when you're sitting in that chair. were you afraid? i was afraid for you. >> so i was never really afraid. i knew i would be safe. i just was anxious. i just wanted to get through it. again, to repeat, that was an hour that we were in there.
literally as i describe it, like you're on the top of a rocket in a roller coaster ride with no rails there. i am so impressed by these thunderbirds and all the members of the u.s. air force, these fighter pilots. they were incredible. thank you to slingslinga who wa pilot. >> and you highlighted something, the fact they sing a song to keep pace with each other? >> think about it, when they're 18 inches apart, why wouldn't they run into one another? but they communicate with this chorus, as it were, so they all know to turn at the exact same time. honestly i was speechless. i'm in the business of speaking for a living. when i got off the plane, i was without words. joe, you did this. >> peter, i have to say i got to about seven gs and i was about to pass out so they had to pull out so kudos to you getting higher than seven gs. that breathing part is
difficult. >> they call it hook breathing. my wife is like what's wrong? i'm still -- i'm still practicing it right now. >> the biggest moment of success is when you held up the nausea bags and said i didn't need these. >> call sign dramamine. >> i'm still feeling woozy just looking at it. i'll toss it to somara. he was above the weather essentially. >> now that he's taken that on, we need maverick -- i mean peter to go ahead and do the hurricane hunters. you ready for that? take a trip with me to the tropics now. we're not going to vacation, we are tracking two areas of disturbance right now. so here's a look at the first area. we've got a 20% chance of formation in the winward islands. that will be right near the yucatan peninsula and that's in the next five days. the second area we're watching is right near cape verde. we have a disturbance not very well organized at all. if this pulls together, that could be a development zone for our tropical disturbance. other than that, we're just
tracking some showers and storms down towards the florida coastline near tampa, down into fort myers as we head throughout the remainder of the day. then >> we're waking up to that fog, especially around the coastline and in through the interior, some low clouds, as well. see the cloud cover in san jose. san francisco as well as santa rosa, up through the north bay. temperatures today will be cooler. 60 by 11:00 a.m. in san francisco. 64 by 1:00. through the interior, we'll get clearing in the low clouds, especiallyareas. day time highs in the 70s and 80s through the afternoon. and that's a look at the local forecast kristen, goose -- i mean peter, back to you. >> thank you very much >> for the record, i'm staying at zero gs what do you have for us, joe >> we like you at zero gs. still ahead, season one is
♪ all right. back now time for pop start back with joe. >> hey there first up, richard simmons, the beloved fitness guru speaking out for only the second time since he disappeared from the public view in 2014. he's been posting a picture of a smiling emoji holding a banner which reads "thank you." the "sweating to the oldies" wrote a message, thank you, everyone, for your kindness and love thousanded commented on the post with many offering encouragement and admiration for the man who showered love on others. the message came after hulu released "what happened to richard simmons.
it is a question many speculated about. knee problems are one of the issues highlighted in the program. we reachedout to simmons representatives about the documentary. the spokesperson said, richard is eternally grateful for the continuous outpouring of love and gratitude he received from across the globe he is healthy and living the life he has chosen to live that's welcome news for his fans we heard from him a few years bag on the "today" show and he re-i.t reiterated he is happy and doing well >> it is good to hear from him it would be a dream to do one more workout with him. that's great up next, kelly clarkson and dolly parton working 9:00 to 5:00 tom clarkson announced friday she has recorded a new version of the beloved parton hit along with the queen herself for fun while we wait for the new version, let's listen to the original ♪ working 9:00 to 5:00 ♪ ♪ what a way to make a living ♪
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