tv First Look MSNBC June 15, 2015 2:00am-2:31am PDT
his most enduring legacy, the catch phrase he came up with at the last minute on a saturday night before the first show he ever did. it goes like this. if it's sunday, it's "meet the press." it's monday june 15th. right now on first look two separate shark attacks less than two hours apart leaves two teens severely injured along the north carolina shore. it's day 10 in the desperate manhunt for the escaped murderers. >> we don't know if they are still in the immediate area or if they are in mexico by now. >> and who else may have helped in the escape? jeb bush officially enters the race as hillary clinton gets critical with president obama. plus it truly is a "jurassic world" as the dino flick earns
half a billion dollars. lebron james saying he's the best player in the world. first look starts right now. good monday morning, everyone. i'm angie goff. a witness called it simply nightmarish. first responders trying to stop the bleeding caused by razor sharp teeth. two separate and vicious shark attacks two miles apart along the north carolina coast this morning, support helicopters will be eyes in the sky monitoring these waters for any activity. as for the two young victims right now they're alive, out of surgery and upgraded from critical to fair condition but both have lost a left arm. oak island town manager saying the beaches will be open today. visitors are encouraged to stay out of the water. nbc's jay gray reports. >> copters scan the carolina coast after two teenagers were attacked by sharks sunday afternoon.
a 14-year-old girl lost part of her left arm and could lose her left leg after she was attacked by a shark off the coast of north carolina. a 16-year-old boy was attacked, again taking his left arm. both were rushed to hospitals where their treatment continues. >> both are out of surgery and in stable condition. >> it happened at high tide near ocean crest pier popular destination at the beach, just three days after a 13-year-old was bit by a shark while riding a boogie board about 20 miles up the coast from sunday's attacks. witnesses say the girl received minor injuries to her foot. swimmers were ordered out of the water in oak island. neither beach has been closed at this point. jay gray, nbc news. just when they thought they were zeroing in, this morning authorities are now expanding their search for those two convicted killers on the run for more than a week now. the manhunt is still focused on the woodlands of upstate new york.
the escapees could be long gone by now. perhaps up in canada or down in mexico. meanwhile, that prison worker accused of helping the deadly d duo will appear in court for a preliminary hearing. investigators say that joyce mitchell worked with the prisoners for weeks, even sneaking them various tools in the maximum security facility. she was even allegedly supposed to be the getaway driver. the plan? drive seven hours toward an unknown possibly wooded location where they would meet an off-road vehicle. but on that day of the escape, she had a panic attack and didn't show up. the district attorney says she didn't want her husband hurt. mitchell could get eight years in jail. a possible big hit in the war on terror. two usf 15 bombers took part in an air strike in libya saturday. the reported target the leader of an al qaeda affiliate there. the pentagon confirms the strike but is staying silent on whether
he was killed. he is known as the one-eyed sheik because he lost an eye fighting in afghanistan. he urged muslims in the west to carry out similar attacks. former florida governor jeb bush is expected to launch his presidential campaign today. experts say he will focus on the things he did as governor while playing down his family roots. his announcement come ss just a day after hillary clinton had her first major rally for president in iowa. nbc's edward moritz is in iowa. this is serving as a time for both sides not only to fire up their supporters but reassure their own party they have a chance in this fight. >> each side is trying to separate themselves from the pack of fields on the respective republican and democratic tickets. now former governor jeb bush is planning to stress that he can grow the u.s. economy by creating some 19 million jobs
and also better diplomacy in a speech he will give at miami dade college today. former governor swreb bushjeb bush hopes his announcement will launch his name to the top of the list. >> i'm going to be who i am. i'm not going to change who i am. >> the bush campaign released this ad to jump-start his announcement. >> this is what leadership is about. it's not just about yapping about things. >> the buzz about bush officially running for president has the republican establishment talking. >> jeb bush, of course was a superb governor education governor that people across the country looked to. he's a very strong contender in this, of course. >> meanwhile, democratic presidential hopeful hillary clinton reintroduced herself to voters in iowa. she hopes voters forget her third place finish in that state in 2008. >> i'm running for president to make our economy work for you and for every american. >> monday will be jeb bush's day and he hopes it will be one that
republican voters remember at the polls. >> that was nbc's edward lawrence in washington. edward thanks. let's check in now with landen dowdy. >> stocks could struggle. markets barely changed last week. they are waiting for the fed which means tuesday and wednesday, hoping for more clues as to when the central bank will start raising rates this year. look for data on manufacturing and housing. dinosaurs still rule the earth. global box office taking in $511 million worldwide in its opening weekend. china accounted for one-fifth of that total, universal film earning $206 million in the u.s. and canada. trailing only "the avengers" for best debut of all time. medium-duty work trucks, teaming up with isuzu, hoping to capitalize on a market that's
grown more than 3% this year. back over to you. >> they've had success in the past teaming up. we'll see. thanks, landon. leeebron james sink it is right there, another triple-double. the mvp is showing what he can do. steph curry right there. he finished with 37 points. warriors get this win 104-91 take a 3-2 lead in the series. just ahead, landmark decisions are expected from the supreme court in the next few weeks, including one on marriage equality. we'll hear from one long-time couples who marriage isn't recognized where they live. and we have tropical trouble in the gulf of mexico. hurricane center says 80% chance this becomes tropical storm bill. it's headed for texas. i'll give you all the details and problems that will bring in the days ahead.
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welcome back to "first look." good and bad in the gulf of mexico. the rainfall from this system could cause huge problems because the area it's headed to has already had a ton of rain this spring. center of the storm is here. let's fast forward to when it makes its official landfall. it looks like some time during the afternoon on tuesday, somewhere near victoria just south of the houston area. lot of heavy rain of course with a landfalling tropical system. likely tropical storm bill at that time. as we go through tuesday to wednesday, it heads north toward north texas. our computers are estimating along the coastal areas easily widespread four to five-inch rainfall totals. isolated amounts could get close to eight to ten inches. lot of flooding with that much rain is possible. here is the problem. we'll also watch the rain circulating northwards. stalled out frontal system to the jet stream in the north will not push this along. we'll watch moisture training
from north texas, eastern oklahoma, missouri illinois all of these areas could get four to eight inches of rain over this week. that's going to cause a lot of problems on a lot of rivers. >> such a huge area of impact right there. thanks, bill. we are getting closer to a supreme court decision that could have some massive implications on the future of our country, the fight over same-sex marriage. speaking to a louisiana couple to get a better look at just what's at stake. >> we met in 1963 in the boulevard lounge in baton rouge. >> when claude summers and todd pepworth first got together marriage wasn't an option. >> we were hoping we might get rid of some of the laws that could have sent us to prison. this book is interesting. >> today the retired english professors live together openly in new orleans. they've been married since saying "i do" in massachusetts
on june 27th, 2013 the day after the supreme court invalidated a key portion of the defensive marriage act, meaning their union would be recognized by the federal government. >> it was liberating. >> but it's still not recognized by the state they call home, louisiana. now claude and ted are holding their breath for another supreme court decision. the case they're watching could bring marriage equality to all 50 states. two questions are before the high court. does the 14th amendment require states to license a marriage between two people of the same sex and does it require states to recognize legally valid same-sex marriages performed elsewhere? these 14 states would have to accept same-sex marriage if the answer is yes. experts widely predict that outcome. the stakes are high if the court rules the other way. >> 36 states now recognize the right to same-sex marriage. 20 of those, however, are based on federal court rulings.
those would be in question. >> even if the court does rule against same-sex marriage claude and ted say not much will change for them since louisiana has never considered them married. >> but there are very practical consequences of not being married. >> state spousal benefits and certain federal benefits would still be closed off to the couple if they find same-sex bans constitutional. >> the real change is the taxation problem. >> right now claude and ted are hopeful that the court will legalize same-sex marriage nationwide and their 50-year relationship become official in their home state. mitt romney's biggest mistake? beware trap shooting with lindsey graham. and when billionaires unite. scrambled politics is next.
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bank. here is your first look at this morning's dish of scrambled politics. former florida governor jeb bush unveiled his 2016 campaign logo on twitter. doesn't seem all that different from the logo he used when he ran for governor. it's very similar to his logo from his successful 2002 re-election campaign as well. from the huffington post watch out, dems the koch brothers are closer than ever
$300 some million, members of the koch brothers network are hoping adelson does the same for 2016. mitt romney has advice for the gop field. don't lose focus on minority voters. >> the biggest mistake i made was not focusing very early on on minority voters hispanic-americans african-americans, asian-americans. >> president bill clinton is also weighing in on the 2016 gop field. youth, energy and diversity, but there are a lot of them. >> i sympathize with the question of how the primary voters are going to decide who to vote for. there's a lot of them. it looks more like the kentucky derby than belmont. >> and talking horses we would like to point out only eight horses participated in this year's belmont stakes. ten republicans so far have
declared plans to run for president. gop presidential candidate marco rubio one of them launching his campaign store yesterday. for $45, you can purchase your very own -- yes, wait for it -- marco polo. lindsey graham is a fan of trap shooting. he had some advice for msnbc's kasie hunt. >> have you shot before kasie? >> off and on. >> if you knew anything about me you wouldn't be anywhere near me at 6:00 with a gun. >> wow! on that note that's your morning dish of scrambled politic. >> what a warning. >> i know. he said sorry about that bernie, and shot one of those clay pigeons. great to have you join us this morning. >> thanks for having me. >> you know what we'll be talking about. >> of course. >> of course jeb bush. >> jeb! >> after nine years, is he
starting to shake off that rust? are people going to be able to finally see him as jeb! and not just as another bush? >> i think that's what the logo is hoping for. i think that's what he's hoping for. if he can just go as himself that no one is going to remember that he's related to two former presidents, one of them not so popular. with jeb, that logo says it all. he has to separate himself. he had those two previous logos look exactly the same. he says i'm not going to play by the rules. i'm not going to change my logo up. if it's not broke i'm not going to fix it. >> we also want to talk about hillary clinton. it's funny. the empires strike back. we're talking about hillary clinton and jeb bush. her rally, finally speaking out about the president's trade bill. it seems like she snubbed the president but even to go as far to say that she could have done a better job. >> yeah.
hillary, it's crucial she separates herself from obama on some of these issues. they're saying the obama-clinton foreign policy doctrine. we don't like that. it's an easy way for republicans to snub hillary and tie her to a president who has not been popular particularly on foreign policy. it's important for her. i think she's trying to paint herself as a better negotiator better experience than the current president when she came into office. she has the resume to do it. whether voters believe it, we'll have to see. >> with her just holding back so much on this one particular issue, is she getting criticism for being too cautious? even though she said hey, look i side with nancy pelosi on this she doesn't go as far to say that she's going to call for the president to review the congress before they seal the vote. >> she's a consummate politician in that she's not going to go
too far to the left on these issues and say we're pragmatic. i'm going to encourage a better deal. but she's not going to try to change it. >> something we'll continue to follow definitely in the days ahead. jane timm from msnbc, thanks for joining us. when baseball legends take their game to a community in recovery next. copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva is a once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that helps open my airways for a full 24 hours. spiriva helps me breathe easier. spiriva respimat does not replace rescue inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva respimat. discuss all medicines you take even eye drops. if your breathing suddenly worsens, your throat or tongue swells you get hives, vision changes or eye pain or problems passing urine stop taking spiriva respimat and call your doctor right away. side effects include sore throat
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from your desk phone to your mobile with no interruptions. i've never felt so alive. get the future of phone and the phones are free. comcast business. built for business. welcome back. baseball bringing a community together. in the wake of rising violence in baltimore, legends and current players are stepping up to the plate to give children there a better outlook. the event was organized to honor one of the oldest black youth
leagues. >> reporter: this was the last image many of us had of baseball in baltimore. orioles playing in an empty stadium, closed to fans for security reasons two days after riots enveloped this city in the wake of freddy gray's death in police custody. this weekend, baseball here returned to its grass roots. kids playing on a manicured field only blocks from neighborhoods where buildings burned in april. as the riots raged, major league baseball's players association looked for a way to help. it found the james mosur baseball league. >> this is our history. you're talking about a 55-year-old association. using the game to do it. as much as we want to create the next major league player, being able to impact these young men and women on the field and off the field is what this league has been doing for a long time. that's why being here today and being part of what they've been doing behind the scenes and trying to bring it more to the
forefront with what we're hoping to do. >> so it was on saturday that former and current major league players and baltimore mayor stephanie rawlings blake,s who fastball still needs a little work came to pay tribute to this league. >> playing here since 1960. it's believed to be the oldest continuously operating youth baseball league for african-americans in the country. baseball plays a very special role here in this community, especially as it tries to move fast the events of earlier this year. >> james mosur has been a steadfast part of this community for decades. to see this tradition flourish gives me pride. the kids are learning the important skills of team work integrity, hard work and they're learning it from men in the community who are really some of our top business leaders, top community and civic leaders. it's just a wonderful, wonderful
event. i'm proud to be able to support james mosur. >> for baseball hall of famer frank robinson who won a world series in baltimore and later managed the orioles, it was a welcomed event to a pained city. >> i was devastated watching it from my home in california and i was devastated and watching it i'm saying wow! i know this happened once before when i was in baltimore. but i didn't think it would ever happen again. and it's too bad because what you're doing, you're showing young people the wrong way to get things done. there's ways to get it done without destroying your neighborhood. >> but on your field of dreams these kids weren't worried about all that. they were thinking big. >> what do you think you want to be when you grow up? >> major league baseball player. >> what if you're not a baseball
player what will you do? >> i will at least try to play a sport. >> bob simelcare, msnbc. baltimore, maryland. >> great story on history and healing. i'm angie goff. this is "first look" on msnbc. "way too early" starts right now. we don't know if they are still in the immediate area or if they are in mexico by now, right? enough time has transpired. but we're following up every lead the best we can. >> a manhunt for two convicted killers enters day ten as their alleged accomplice joyce mitchell heads to court hours from now. the latest on the million dollar a day search. jeb bush plans to enter the 2016 field today. can voters get past his last name which just happens to be missing from his new campaign logo? modern day "jurassic world" has made history at the box
office already. this is "way too early." ♪ good morning, everyone. it's monday june 15th. welcome to "way too early." i'm ayman mohyeldin. it's a busy monday morning. let's get right to it. in upstate new york, the manhunt for those two convicts still on the run. 700 tips have come in. no sign of convicted murderers david sweat and richard matt. police have been focusing their attention on an area southeast of maximum security prison in dannemora, new york and expanded their search sunday. it comes after joyce mitchell was charged