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good morning. we're back on this saturday morning, september 17th, 2016. look at that. a great crowd enjoying a cooler morning here in new york. a sure signal fall is coming. here is what is making headlines today. 24 hours controversy reignited, donald trump is coming under fire again. this time for comments last night calling on hillary clinton's security guards to disarm. trump went on to say, quote, then let's see what happens. the clinton team firing back. quote, this kind of talk should be on out of bounds for a presidential candidate. the zika zone in miami beach is expanding.
4.5 square miles. meanwhile, aerial spraying is happening there. officials have seen a decrease in the number of mosquitoes in traps since the spring. and fans and players ran for cover during friday night baseball games with the san diego padres and colorado rockies. this was the scene in denver. hail falling pretty hard. officials calling for delay which lasted 38 minutes while the hail fell. the rockies went on to win now to the recap of the weeks biggest headlines. >> hillary clinton took time off from the campaign trail after pneumonia. samsung still dealing with a massive recall. and ryan lochte had a scare on "dancing with the stars." some of the stories in our weekly download. >> it is great to be back on the campaign trail. >> hillary clinton returning to the public eye thursday. her first time since the health
pneumonia diagnosis after the near collapse on sunday. now appearing fine. no coughing spells during per 23-minute speech. >> wednesday, the clinton campaign released documents to support the 68-year-old's good health. >> clinton's physician including immediate is sin for thyroid and blood thinner. her doctor concluding clinton remains healthy and fit to serve talked about his health with dr. oz. >> choosing to share certain medical information with dr. oz. blood work, normal. his diet? trump like fast food because he knows what's in it. adding as for exercise, that apparently comes on the campaign trail when trump moves his arms during speeches. a massive recall for samsung. the consumer product safety
galaxy note 7 phones. >> the phone blamed for dozens of firings and destroying a garage in florida. >> they present a serious risk of fire. especially if that phone ends up near something combustible. you could have death or serious injury. more trouble for ryan lochte. this time during his first appearance on "dancing with the stars." two protesters angry with his behavior in rio, storminghe taken down on the dance floor in front of a stunned audience. another man is whisked away by studio security. cell phone video taken by lochte's friend eddie moses shows another angle. >> honestly feels like someone
out my heart. jimmy fallon just may have had the best joke of the campaign. >> can i mess your hair up? >> go ahead. >> yes! donald trump, everybody. >> and finally after pregnant actress olivia wilde shamed passengers in new york for not offering her a seat. >> we will find out if people know how to behave around a pregnant woman. >> good question. see how it plays out. >> still takes five minutes for someone to offer up a seat. >> oh, that would be great. >> on our second ride, a man stands up within seconds. >> that's fine. thank you. >> i just wanted to say you have perfect manners. >> thank you. >> you're a good man. >> he's like, i did it.
i don't need somebody to get up for me. i don't need to go to the front of the line. i can walk. i'm totally capable of everything. it is really nice when someone does. there have been times i stayed on a train and get off the next stop. i stay on the train because someone gave up their seat. it is funny. >> i wonder what would have happened if we conducted that in other cities. i don't know. this is not a knock on new yorkers, but i would think down south in south carolina, someone would have gotten up. >> immediately? >> i think people are nicer than they give credit for. >> you get a seat each time? >> i was trying to cut lines for a taxi. everyone said sure. >> so you don't have to stand? >> i said my feet really hurt. >> when you are on a flight. they turn the lights on and you can't get up. there was a time i was like, you
attendant please let her go. >> she's pregnant. >> the bathroom is an exception. let's talk about the weather here. it would appear as if winter is coming. you like that? >> winter's a bit much. >> working in "game of thrones." >> sorry. winter is eventually coming. that is for sure. we will see warmer temperatures over the next couple days. moving into the plain states. then into the northeast. so it is st. louis, 81. nashville, 85. syracuse, ten degrees above average for this time of year. minneapolis up to 82. that is 12 above average. philadelphia will be close to 90 degrees by sunday. as we go into next week, look at this. nashville into the 90s. philadelphia close to 90 by tuesday. jackson, mississippi, in the low
today is a little bit cooler. in the northeast, especially. this morning, we lost the humidity. we are waiting for the cold front. this is bringing storms to the midwest and great lakes today. some severe storms across west texas. that will make for rain up and down the east coast. scattered showers and storms tomorrow and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you. she just hopped into that chair. just ahead, are you showering
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good morning. shooting from the hip. donald trump coming under fire again for comments he made overnight calling on hillary clinton's security guards to disarm. >> take their guns away. she doesn't want guns. le saying donald trump has a history of inciting violence. all of this less than 24 hours after the republican nominee finally admitted that president obama is an american. is the treasure hunt a hoax? six years ago, a millionaire said he was leaving his fortune for anyone who would find it. now they have come up empty
and tv's biggest night. the stars are getting ready for the emmy awards. we have the preview today, saturday, september 17th, 2016. ? >> it's my birthday. >> happy birthday. >> this >> it's my birthday. ? >> happy birthday to the constitution. good morning. welcome back to "today" on this saturday morning. we have a talented crowd on the plaza this morning. we will go outside and see them coming up in just a bit. >> great crowd. >> singing and dancing. >> fun. fun morning.
let's start with the race for the white house. trump with the comment on the campaign. trump claimed clinton wants to take away their second amendment rights. his words calling for security detail to disarm raised eyebrows. >> take their guns away, she doesn't want guns. let's see what happens. >> the clinton campaign condemned that remark and saying this should be out of bounds for a candidate. and police are investigating a deadly shooting on the streets of police overnight. a gunman opened fire on police officers and four more people. one woman in the car died overnight. police chased and killed the shooter who apparently left a rambling letter of hatred for
woman hostage a killing others went before a judge. here is nbc's ron mott. >> reporter: a house of horrors. >> if you need to get out, get out. >> reporter: inside, two bodies. a frightened woman held there desperate to get out. >> are you injured? >> a little. >> does he have a weapon? oh, [ bleep ] i woke him up. >> reporter: the unidentified woman was rescued leading police to houses. now a shrine to stacy stanley. she vanished a week ago. a search party spent days searching for her. and even knocking on the door of the house, but got no answer. police identified the second victim as elizabeth griffith.
worst. >> if you said you were her friend, she trusted you. sometimes it is not the best way. you shouldn't just trust an anybody. >> reporter: 40-year-old sean gray appeared friday before a judge via video conference from jail. >> you understand the charges in the complaint mr. gray? >> yes, your honor. >> reporter: a chilling close call. she was invited in the house on died. >> reporter: the police say the suspect led them to an unidentified third body in the burned out home. tragic events unnerved the community. for "today," ron mott, nbc news. theater lovers are mourning the death of edward albee.
virginia woolf." the man who wrote the book that inspired "field of dreams" is being remembered this morning. w.p. kinsella died on friday. he published nearly 30 books. his death was assisted by a doctor assisted suid let's go to dylan on the plaza. >> i love this. rental car, hotel room. "hamilton" priceless. >> you are going to see it? >> yes. fifth row seats. >> mom knows the songs. yeah. if you get an extra seat opening up, let me know. let's see what is going on in the tropics. we have tropical storm karl right now. it is well out over the water.
couple days. it is moving into a great environment for strengthening. by thursday, it could certainly become a category one hurricane as it turns to the northeast. where it goes after that, we still don't know. it is close to bermuda and on the westward track. we will keep an eye on that. today, a chance of storms in the ohio and tennessee river valleys. we are not looking at too severe conditions, but back in s, the rain in seattle and portland today. breezy as the cold front makes its way onshore. behind the cold front, things clear out. it makes its way up and down the east coast. not a lot of rain, but enough to keep the umbrella handy.
and that's your latest forecast. sheinelle. >> dylan, thank you. a story we have been telling you about for years. a man who decided to give away his fne buried it somewhere out west several years ago. tens of thousands have been drawn to yellowstone national park and remote new mexico to try to find it. to this day, it still hasn't been found. so is there really a buried treasure? here is nbc's janet shamlian. >> reporter: in the mountains of new mexico, cynthia is searching for millions.
it is somewhere in the wilderness according to the collector who said he put it there. 86-year-old forrest fenn. >> i have gone in there with my treasures bold and riches new and old. >> reporter: that is the first of many clues. the hunt for the treasure has attracted people from all over the world here to the in the vast wilderness, it led some in trouble. jan searched the park in 2013. later rescued. >> where did you spend the night? >> a hole, literally, with a rock over the top. >> reporter: we he disappeared
grande. calling the treasure a hoax. >> it is not. >> reporter: and he acknowledges he can offer no proof and has told no one where it is. its location is not in his will. >> you have not left documentation? >> no. purposely. i want people to keep looking for it. what's wrong with that? >> reporter: the real treasure he says it is in the pursuit. >> i treasure. i do not think it is a hoax. >> reporter: the quest spawned a following. meacham searched, among the obsessed. >> i'm not about the money. it is about solving the poem. >> reporter: a modern day gold rush for a treasure still
news, santa fe, new mexico. >> it is like finding your keys. you have to find them. >> is it real? >> i'm with the woman. you have to beat the challenge. >> what if there is no treasure? >> it keeps the party going. coming up next, we'll keep the party going. break out the inner kid in all of us. a look at some of the top contenders to make it into the toy hall of fame. coveted emmy statue this
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are you ready? first up, riding the subway is not the most exciting experience. try telling that to one artist. ben ruben. the subway doodler. he finds riders and he gets to work drawing elaborate furry monsters and hugging them. he has been posting the works on social media. he has more than 66,000 followers on instagram. he says he doesn't pick specific people to drawing people in their own world. next up, some of our favorite childhood toys getting a place in history. national toy hall of fame in rochester, new york, home to 60 of the most iconic toys of all time. the finalists have been announced. bubble wrap. bubble wrap. >> as it should be. >> uno.
care bears. pin ball. rock em sock em robots. and transformers made the nominee list. historians helped to determine whether any or all of them make it to the toy hall of fame. i don't know if this should. >> it is a toy. >> it's portable. finally, let's talk about your shower habits. there could be aig the folks at the daily mail went to a dermatologist to find out the correct way you should shower. they asked the following. how often, how hot the shower should be and how we should dry off. apparently there is a skill involved. recommend a shower once a day. as for water temperature. warm showers are better than hot. >> hotter the better. >> the final question.
would you like to demonstrate? >> we are not demonstrating the shower? >> no. we need a shower prop. >> here we go. >> tell me how you would shower. >> or dry off? >> i start with the hair. >> oh, no. >> then i do the arms. then i'm here and then a little of this. >> craig? >> i am more of a -- i'm kind of i always end with the back. >> really? >> yeah. i do. >> how else do you get the back? >> i go like this. this is how i get out. >> that's how you dry? >> here's the thing. the doctor recommends this is how you do it, everybody. pat. keep the moisture in your body. really quickly. washing your hair. use the shampoo and conditioner
pop start. you can do it from here. >> i feel i need to do pop start from my seat. ellen degeneres. at it again. scaring the living daylights out of carrie underwood. talking to her and this happened. >> i feel like ten years, i should give you a gift. i don't know what it should be. >> oh, my god! >> that is a great scream. ellen gets extra points for using a look alike of using her husband, mike fisher, for using the prank. a must see for all the "friends" fans. monica and phoebe take us down memory lane. they will compete on "celebrity name game." the episode will air next
>> chandler bing. >> my character. >> monica geller. >> what joey would say? >> how you doing? >> what? >> and finally, the year's most talked about tv shows recognized with the emmy awards. nbc's joelle >> reporter: the ballots are tallied. the red carpet rolled out. the emmy awards are here. this show is known for unpredictability, there are few things you can count on. fashion statements, moving speeches. >> the only thing that separates women of color from anyone else is opportunity. >> reporter: and jimmy kimmel's interview is any indication,
laughs. >> my worst subject at school was criminal justice. >> reporter: and the cast of "game of thrones" leads the pack with 23 nominations. >> i know. >> reporter: the 2015 best drama winner is probably taking home the throne again. >> i think america will pull an upset. they were shutout of the category for the years. >> the emmys are known for the repeat winners. >> it will be julia louis-dreyfus again. >> this could be number seven? >> reporter: while certain categories are obvious. >> i think it will be jeffery tambor. >> reporter: and the most contentious category.
rus russell. i think it will go to viola davis. >> reporter: and best actor? >> as it could be kevin spacey, but it could go to "mr. robot." >> reporter: it expected to be a big night for "the people versus o.j. simpson." if there is a race to watch? >> limited favorite. i think it will go to "the people versus o.j. simpson." >> that's your pop start.
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a frightening shooting overnight. a man goes on a rampage, shooting at cars, bars, and police as well. several people are in the hospital. both candidates making a push for votes as we approach the november donald trump expected in colorado springs tonight. time for healing nearly a week after tragedy. legacy high school's homeland security game friday night meant so much more than football. if you want to do a -- a live look at your drive this morning. clear an i-70 and genesee. a beautiful drive for you on