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♪♪ good morning. breaking news. assassinated. former japanese prime minister shinzo abe shot and killed at a campaign event. the shocking attack caught on tape. this morning, what we know about the motive and the investigation into how it happened in a country where gun violence is nearly unheard of. we're live with the latest. final moments. new details this morning about the bravery of the parents who
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died shielding their 2-year-old son during the illinois parade shooting. >> we were talking to kevin. everything is all right, you're a hero. >> the father and son who rescued that little boy speaking out as a member of the suspect's family comes forth to apologize. >> we're just sorry. just sorry. power struggle, scandal plagued prime minister boris johnson's resignation sending political shockwaves around the world as possible successors are lining up. how the white house is responding. we're live from london. and brittney griner tells a russian judge she accidentally brought drugs in to the country. what could that mean for her sentence and the chances of a prisoner swap. we're live with the new developments. inside the hunt, a painstaking portrait of how u.s. marshals tracked down the fugitive yoga teacher accused of
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killing a romantic rival. >> it started a trail of narrowing down a path on kaitlin armstrong. >> aliases, passports, plastic surgery, how she evaded authorities and what happened when they finally caught her. all that, plus remembering james caan, the legendary tough guy who could play hotheaded or heartwarming. >> you look like you came from the north pole. >> from "the godfather," "elf," and everything in between. a look back at his holiday legacy, today, friday, july 8th, 2022. >> announcer: from nbc news this is "today" with savannah guthrie and hoda kotb from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today." bright and early. 7:00 a.m. on the west.
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we're happy that you're joining us this friday morning. savannah is back. when you think of james caan, there are a million movies to think of. you can think of "brian's song." >> "elf." >> we could play this game all morning. "the godfather." we're going to remember james caan's life and legacy in just a moment. >> harry smith will have a report for us. we're going to start this morning with that breaking news out of japan where the former prime minister shinzo abe was shot and killed overnight while he was delivering a speech at a campaign event. the shooter has been caught but the motive is still not known. >> abe was japan's longest-serving prime minister when he retired for health reasons back in 2020. secretary of state blinken speaking out at a g-20 meeting just a short time ago.
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>> loss for the people of japan. >> and with gun violence front and center here in the united states, we should point out incidents like this one are extremely rare in japan. only ten reported last year. that left just one person dead. for the latest this morning, we're going to go to nbc's janis mackey frayer. she's been covering this shooting all night long. joins us now. hi, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. former japanese prime minister shinzo abe died after being shot in the chest and neck. japan's longest-serving prime minister, his death is profoundly shocking for the country where gun violence is almost nonexistence. the assassination all captured on video. a warning, it is disturbing. this morning a shocking attack with ripple effects across the world. former japanese prime minister
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shinzo abe shot while giving a speech in western japan. video footage from nhk capturing the moment it happened. two shots hitting abe in the chest and neck. another angle showing smoke billowing. abe was airlifted to hospital with no vital signs. doctors say they tried resuscitating but abe passed away at 4:03 a.m. eastern time, profoundly rocking a country unaccustomed to gun violence. the suspected gunman was tackled by abe's secret service detail. police named him as 41 yamagami tetsuya and seized what they described as a homemade shotgun. the suspect told investigators he was not motivated by political beliefs but a dissatisfaction toward abe. gun violence is exceptionally rare in japan, its gun laws are
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the most stringent in the world. though some guns are allowed for hunting, very few people go through the process of getting one. a person needs to pass through 12 steps including a gun safety class, a written exam, doctor's signoff and extensive background check to buy and own a firearm. abe is also a political giant. the longest-serving leader in japan's history with important ties to several u.s. presidents. he stepped down in 2020 citing health reasons. >> he is still one of the most visible if not the most visible japanese politician. there was a reason that he was out on the campaign trail. >> reporter: the u.s. among other leaders expressing condolences and alarm. >> profoundly disturbing. also such a strong personal loss for so many people. >> reporter: shinzo abe was a political giant, the country's longest serving prime minister and in many ways still prominent after stepping down.
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he was credited with pulling up the economy. meeting with dozens of world leaders, golfing with president trump and taking president obama to hiroshima. president biden said he's stunned, outraged and deeply saddened calling abe's death a tragedy for japan and all who knew him. meanwhile, police say the suspect has admitted to the crime and they've confiscated several homemade guns from him. as how a gunman could get past abe's security, police say they're investigating that. people for now are laying flowers at the scene and, again, that abe's death was by gun violence will have a keep impact. >> janis mackey fr you. and this morning we're hearing more about the heroic actions of first responders and everyday people as one member of the suspect's family apologizes. maggie vespa is live for us.
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good morning to you. >> reporter: yeah, craig, good morning. the police officers and the firefighters here in highland park were marching in the parade, they were there when the shooting started. this morning we're hearing from them. as you said, we're hearing from the suspect's family who has a message for a community shattered by violence. >> we're just sorry. we're sorry. we're very sorry. >> reporter: this morning an apology to the victims and their families in highland park. the suspected shooter's uncle who lives with his nephew minutes from the scene of the july 4th massacre saying he was shocked when he heard the news. >> i couldn't believe it. very hurt. no sleep. my whole life changed. >> reporter: also in that home, the suspect's dad who told the "new york post" that back in 2020 he sponsored his son's application for a firearm owner's identification card which authorities say the
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suspect used to buy five weapons, including the one used in the shooting and this one found in his car. noting his son passed multiple background checks, the father insisting, i didn't do anything wrong. >> for this to happen here, you know, it hurts all of our officers. >> reporter: meanwhile, the tragedy, seven dead, dozens injured, weighs on first responders. >> people have said they immediately saw first responders run in the direction of the danger. >> it's not unexpected for my officers and firefighters. i absolutely expected that of them. >> reporter: and this morning, crushing stories of survival. father and son tom and morgan brooks ran to find and help the injured when they noticed something under a body. >> i told them, there's a child under him. dad, there's a child under him, we got to get him. >> reporter: it was 2-year-old aiden mccarthy. his father gunned down lying on
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top of him. >> he said shots, shots. he would say mom shot, dad shot? he just kept on saying that. >> reporter: he was saying mom shot, dad shot. >> he was. he kept on saying shots. >> reporter: kevin and irina among the seven killed. the father clearly gave his life to save his son. >> we were talking to kevin. we were saying, your son is going to be all right. everything is all right. you're a hero. we kept on talking to him pretty much to the end. >> reporter: aiden mccarthy's story touching so many. he's reportedly with his grandparents and loved ones started the gofundme in his name. it's now topped $3 million. >> so many stories of heroism from that day. maggie vespa, thank you. the looming change of power in the uk. embattled british prime minister boris johnson is set to step
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down making the race to replace him on. keir simmons has been covering this story for us. he's live in london with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. the morning after the day before and britain's so crucial to president biden's alliance against president putin has a thumping headache. prime minister's long good-bye leaves the united in a state of paralysis. the "daily mail" says, what the hell have they done? >> reporter: new pictures of boris johnson embracing his wife and children inside downing street before walking out for a history-making speech. >> i'm immensely proud of the achievements of this government from getting brexit done to settling our relations with the continent for over half a century. >> reporter: wife kari holding their baby while watching. america's closest alley
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descending into uncertainty. president biden saying u.s./uk relations remain strong, but his statement barely conceding his strained relationship with boris johnson, not mentioning the prime minister by name. the kremlin saying it hoped britain would choose a more professional prime minister. while president zelenskyy offering sympathy from all ukrainians. adding to the political turmoil, the list of potential candidates to replace johnson is long and growing, but a front-runner reassuring britain's support for ukraine will not weaken. >> the political system is supportive of what we're doing in ukraine. i don't expect that to finish at all. >> reporter: britain's international reputation not enhanced by boris johnson's reluctant departure. even his openly bitter resignation speech did not include the word "resign". >> it's painful not to be able
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to see so many ideas and projects myself. >> reporter: close by, crowds hoping he'll be out soon. but british newspaper reports say he may want to hold a wedding party with his new wife at the prime minister's country residence. that news fueling calls for him to go now, not wait until a new leader is elected. more uncertainty for an already unstable europe. and there is some unhappiness amongst some people over president biden's message yesterday not mentioning boris johnson. one former adviser to boris johnson told me we would expect more from a close ally. i think it underscores the tensions just beneath that alliance that president biden has built over ukraine. hoda? >> keir simmons for us live at 10 downing street, thank you. now to the new developments in the case of brittney griner
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who pled guilty to drug charges in a russian court. griner has been in jail there since february. so what does this guilty plea mean for her sentence and does it pave the way for a prisoner swap? andrea mitchell has been following this story. good morning to you. >> good morning. brittney griner back in her russian jail cell today after pleading guilty to drug smuggling charges during the second day of her trial. her lawyers hope that showing contrition might bring her trial to conclusion by august instead of months later. the 6'9" center for the phoenix language she doesn't know. now saying she accidentally included vape cartridges containing cannabis oil in her luggage. it could lead to a ten-year sentence. >> is there hope that this could shorten the sentence, get her
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some leniency or motivate them to begin negotiating. >> seeing that there was a plea does make us hopeful that this process will continue to move forward. >> reporter: facing almost certain conviction after a trial, the admission could get the trial over sooner, since russian officials say they won't talk about a prisoner swap until the trial is over. russian state media say the kremlin wants to get back a russian arms dealer, serving a 25-year sentence in the u.s. experts say if the president gives up boot for griner, he should also demand the release of paul whelan, an american businessman falsely convicted of spying in a russian prison labor camp since 2018. >> our criminal system, justice system, fbi, they don't like to do this, but we've done it in the past. >> reporter: griner is getting support from across america and even at the medal of freedom
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ceremony, megan rapinoe. a silent but elegant gesture. the initials bg embroidered in white silk. today britney's wife will join the reverend al sharpton in chicago, just to keep pressure up on the white house. craig? >> andrea mitchell for us this morning. thank you. the white house medal of freedom ceremony was yesterday honoring 16 americans with the nation's highest civilian honor. they include trail blazing athletes, civil rights icons and ordinary americans who have shown extraordinary courage in difficult times. peter alexander has the details of this. hey, peter, good morning. >> good morning to you. the medal of freedom is not won, it's earned. and these honorees have made an enormous impact in their lifetimes in politics, sports,
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religion, the military, a diverse and remarkable group that president biden represents the soul of america. >> thank you, all, very much and to -- >> reporter: at the white house celebrating a lineup of legends. >> this is america. >> reporter: the most decorated u.s. gymnast of all times, simone biles adding to her medal count. at 25, becoming the youngest recipient of the presidential medal of freedom. the superstar honored for how she found balance as an advocate for sexual assault victims and gymnastics. megan rapinoe recognized for achieving another goal -- >> equal pay for women. >> reporter: the president hailing icons of the labor movement and of civil rights. also honored, former congresswoman gabby gifford severely wounded after being shot? 2011. now finding her voice to stop gun violence.
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>> gabby is one of the most courageous people i have ever known. >> reporter: among those remembered, departed giants of technology and politics, steve jobs revolutionized how we communicate and john mccain. >> i never stopped admiring john. never said a negative thing about him in my life because i knew his honor, courage and commitment. >> reporter: extraordinary lives that have helped lift up america. another very familiar name was supposed to be honored here yesterday but was unable to attend. denzel washington. he tested positive for covid and will receive his medal at another time, celebrating not just his career in hollywood, but more than 25 years as a national spokesman for the boys. >> peter alexander, thank you. one more thing this half-hour, a rare phenomenon
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happened this morning across the globe. at 7:15 eastern time, 99% of the entire world's population was facing the sun. that means almost everyone, as you can see from the map here, was experiencing some degree of sunlight at the exact same time. only the pacific islands and the australian region were fully in the dark. 99% of the world. >> and california. poor california. what a cool phenomenon. bill karins, did you know that? you seem to know every phenomenon that goes on. >> i didn't know that one. i'm running out of adjectives to describe the heat. they were starting to describe it as gross, in the oven. i've heard people saying it's air you can wear. it's dangerously hot in these areas. memphis had 101 degrees.
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dallas is included in that. 57 million people are included in these heat warnings and advisories. this is how it's going to feel and this is how it's been day after day. memphis, it should feel 113 this afternoon. we do it again right into your weekend. very little, if any, relief. that's a look at your national forecast. here's a look at your local forecast coming up in 30 seconds. but not much of a chef. yes! ♪ wayfair you've got just what i need. ♪ good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall.
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a live look outside in dublin as we wake up and had a on this friday morning. we are seeing more sunshine as our temperatures will be slightly warmer. sam martin 87 degrees, 88 in concord. some low 70s in san francisco. cooler tomorrow and a drought situation. we'll have that coming up. >> thank you. coming up, an inside look at the international man hunt for the yoga teacher accused of killing a romantic rival u.s. marshals lay out how they found her. also remembering james caan. harry smith looking back at his legendary career. >> let's think about your >> let's think about your favorite james caan
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and noted she does not have managerial experience. she will have until november to prove she is fit for the job. very good news on jobs. the american economy added 372,000 jobs in the month of june. more than expected. in fact, there are more jobs now than at any point in american history. unemployment rate is 3.6% and inflation is still a problem but wages were up slightly. that is good news as their is left evidence of price -- we are waking up to mostly sunny skies across much of the bay area. temperatures start to heat up. upper 80s for some of our warmer spots and tomorrow a stronger breeze brings the temperatures down but by sunday, they jump up to the low 90s.
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♪ all right, guys, 7:30. look at our plaza. packed the lines are still forming. it's a concert we have charlie puth we cannot wait to join him live outside. he's going to be performing some new songs, old songs, and he, by the way, charlie puth, if you don't know it, has perfect pitch. he writes his songs in the note section of his phone and we've got a lot to share sheinelle jones. >> the line is wrapped around
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the block. >> of course, it is. a federal judge has sentenced former minneapolis police officer derek chauvin to 21 years in prison for violating george floyd's civil rights. the judge called chauvin's treatment of floyd offensive and unconscionable chauvin is already serving a 22-year sentence his federal seasons will be served simultaneously. in his brief remarks to the court, chauvin made no direct apology for his actions. the united states is stepping up its efforts to address the escalating monkeypox outbreaks as the number of cases reaches 700 in this country. the department of health and human services announcing it will distribute 144,000 more doses of the vaccine starting monday, that's on top of the 56,000 doses that the department made available last week the cdc announcing plans for increased testing. big news from the tennis world this morning, rafael nadal
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has withdrawn from wimbledon due to an abdominal tear he was supposed to play a semifinal match against nick kyrgios later today. so he will now advance to the final. nadal has been playing through pain for the past week but said yesterday he didn't think he could win two more matches under these circumstances. >> that's sad news i love watching him play. new details in a case of a love triangle. >> sam brock has been following the story for us good morning to you, sam >> reporter: good morning, guys. that is exactly right, right now kaitlin armstrong is sitting in a jail cell in the building behind me. as recently as a week ago, authorities say she had carved out aspirations for herself of living a new life in costa rica.
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but she was recently found with two passport that are real, just not hers a $6,000 recent for plastic surgery and lies about who she was. >> reporter: the u.s. marshals' wanted sign for kaitlin armstrong now reads captured the search ending with a clear warning. >> no matter where crime is committed, no matter where you flee, you're not beyond the reach of the law. >> reporter: state, federal and international all collaborating to find a woman using three a names to hopscotch hostels around the region. >> it started the trail of narrowing down a path on kaitlin armstrong. >> reporter: the multicountry man hunt began with a warrant for armstrong's arrest in austin then a flight fleeing the
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country with someone else's passport from newark, new jersey, and captured when authorities nabbed the 34-year-old on june 29th at a hostel in santa teresa beach don john's lodge, one of many places armstrong stayed. in between, her hair changed and she was found with a bandage on her nose and bruising under her eyes as well as the receipt discovered in a safe. >> what did the receipt show >> the receipt showed some type of surgery, plastic surgery -- >> reporter: to her nose >> i don't know if it was to the nose area. i know it was in the value of $6,000. >> reporter: detectives highlight strong circumstantial evidence, armstrong leaving the country days after questioning and her car spotted next to the house where the murder happened. the legal process is just beginning. >> the judge will instruct a jury about consciousness of guilt and both pieces evidence of serve as consciousness of her guilt.
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>> reporter: strickland, the man police say was in the middle of the love triangle saying, we are grateful that investigators have pursued all leads and opened the path to justice for anna moriah wilson and her family. >> you just mentioned that authorities figured out that she left the country from newark which led them to costa rica do we know how they did that >> reporter: this got complicated, craig u.s. marshal service interviewed a person who tipped them off to the fact that she had been dropped off at newark. the problem is, she was using a real passport that was not hers. they had to do a wild card search, putting in names that are associated with kaitlin armstrong, friends and family members, but not her and hoped that one of them popped up, and it did moving forward, costa rican authorities stepped in, found the bus that she took from san jose, went down there, tracked her to santa teresa beach, went around knocking on doors and they found kaitlin armstrong. >> wow
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pouring in for hollywood legend james caan. >> the actor best known for his role as sonny corleone in "the godfather" died on wednesday. >> that was some surprising news he was just 82 years old harry smith is here with a look back at his 60-year career good morning good to see you. >> since we heard the news yesterday, we've been running in our minds, i love that movie, i love that movie. we use the words legend a lot talking about hollywood folk, james caan was an actor who absolutely deserved it >> reporter: james caan ran hot. >> you got to get them close like this. >> reporter: as sonny corleone in "the godfather" he was an unmistakable force on screen, volatile combustible. >> come here, come here. >> reporter: but for many of us, our first memory of james caan
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came from a made-for-tv movie, "brian's song.." >> you may not know what is wrong with me. i think i'm pregnant >> reporter: based on the true story of chicago bears running backs "brianbrian piccolo and ge sayers the '70s were caan's decade. >> i don't know you. >> that won't take long. >> reporter: "a bridge too far". >> if you don't look at him right now, he's going to die >> reporter: and "thief. >> this is payday. it's over. you will pay me my money, $185,000 >> reporter: in real life, during the 1980s, the
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hard-charging caan seemed destin to self-destruct he didn't work for a half dozen years, went to rehab the '90s brought "misery." >> i want my pain to go away please, make it go away. >> reporter: from the stephen king novel with caan and kathy bates. >> i know rob did this on purpose, he said i'm going to get the most neurotic guy in hollywood. >> reporter: a cable favorite we can't not watch. >> i love you. >> i love you too. >> reporter: "honeymoon in vegas" is also a fave. >> i raise you 8,000. >> tommy, i thought we were playing for fun. >> it is fun. >> reporter: and "elf." >> dad >> reporter: oh, how we love "elf."
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>> you look like you came from the north pole. >> he said, we're sending you a script called "elf," i said, no, you're not. >> reporter: it's a christmas standard >> who sent this christmas gram? >> what's a christmas gram, i want one >> i think we appreciate call security. >> reporter: bringing the talent of james caan to a whole new generation of fans who are remembering today the actor and his legendary career >> do you have a fave? >> what do you love? >> i first heard the news as a kid growing up in chicago, the chicago bears, "brian's song." especially back then, these guys were friends a black player and a white player and they were like this that had so much -- so much resonance with me. >> i go other end of the
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spectrum and "elf. it's just -- it shows his range. >> "elf" is a classic. by the way, you guys both mentioned my two favorites, i loved "brian's song. i remember weeping like a baby watching "brian's song" and i forget it was a tv thing >> made for tv movie >> you talk about a life well-lived. >> and he was a new yorker through and through. >> he tells the story, "the godfather" runs, runs, runs. there were people who thought he was an actual mobster. what's your deal >> harry, that was fun thank you so much. turning to bill now for a check of the weather. >> good morning, once again. we have a developing story in texas with the drought this was nine months ago no drought as we've quickly gone through the last nine months, now the entire state of texas is almost in drought conditions. 86%.
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♪ >> this is our can't miss segment. and we can't miss this spectacular crowd out here people have been out here for hours. for some people, it's their first concert. what is your name? >> sienna thomas >> where did you guys come in from >> alanville >> enjoy your first concert. let's cruise this way. come with me georgia is in the house. come on. we just heard this is her first concert, gabby, my friend gabby,
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if your teen is missing meningitis b vaccination. it is 7:56. i'm marcus washington. i'm scott mcgrew. very good news on jobs. the american economy added 372,000 jobs in the month of june. in fact, there are more private sector jobs now than at any point in american history. unemployment rate sticks at 3.6% . inflation is still a problem but wages were up slightly. in san francisco, brooke jenkins, the new district
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attorney, will be sworn in at noon today at city hall. it happens a month after the recall election where voters chose to oust chesa boudin . the new d.a. has a prosecutorial background to strike a balance between reform and accountability but it is noted she does not have managerial experience. she will have until the november election to prove she is fit for the job. time to get a look at the forecast. meteorologist kari hall had the numbers . we can see the fog rolling over the golden gate bridge in the bay. a high with temperatures slightly warmer today headed for the upper 60s and low 70s. looking at our inland temperatures, upper 80s today. some low 80s tomorrow and slightly cooler before the temperature spike on sunday. it looks like saturday will be the pick of the weekend.
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record highs. >> it's made a slight difference, yeah. every little bit helps. >> what's driving the drop and will drivers be seeing even more relief? plus, talk to us, goose. could a third installment of the "top gun" franchise be coming to a theater to you? what it might mean for those of us who still have a need for speed. and the puth is out there. charlie puth is here to light up our summer stage, performing his newest hit in front of a live audience for the very first time this morning. get ready to give him your attention as we kick off the weekend. today, friday, july 8, 2022. ♪♪ >> on the plaza from san diego. >> madison, wisconsin. >> austin, texas.
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>> clairmont, florida. >> from maryland, today is my mom's birthday! >> starting our weekend with charlie puth. >> we love you, charlie. >> ready for charlie puth! >> they are ready. welcome in, it's friday. savannah is taking this week off, enjoying time. they've been sleeping out on the concrete, they're ready. >> lots of parents supporting their children too. >> yeah. >> charlie puth is going to take the stage in just a few moments. set that dvr for 7:00 a.m. every morning that way you can catch up any time. we begin with the shocking news from overseas. japan's former prime minister shinzo abe died overnight. he was shot by an assassin while he was giving a speech at a campaign event. it happened a country where gun
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violence is extremely rare. janis mackey frayer joins us with the latest on this breaking story and reaction around the world. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. former japanese prime minister shinzo abe was assassinated while giving a campaign speech. he was airlifted to hospital where he died a few hours later. the assassination captured on video, you can hear the two shots and from another angle, see smoke billowing above the crowd. the 41 year old suspected gunman was captured on the scene and police seized a homemade shotgun. the attack is deeply shocking for people in japan. it's a country where gun violence is almost nonexistent because so few people have guns. for a person to own or buy a firearm, they need to pass through 12 steps, including a gun safety course and an extensive background check. abe was also a political giant
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in japan, still a prominent figure after stepping down. he met with dozens of world leaders including many u.s. presidents. fumio kishida, the current japanese prime minister just spoke. he had tears in his eyes describing the attack as barbaric and despicable. he added, quote, i just have no words. abe's death sending shockwaves around the world. hoda? >> janis mackey frayer for us on this breaking story. thank you. two weeks after the supreme court overturned roe v. wade, president biden will sign an executive order today in an attempt to safeguard access to abortion and other reproductive health care. peter alexander tells us how the order plans to achieve those goals. peter, what do we know? >> reporter: good morning. president biden has been under pressure from abortion rights
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advocates to act, to do more after the supreme court reversed roe v. wade. today's action marks key but limited steps. he's going to direct the federal government to work to protect access to abortion and other reproductive services like contraception. this order that he's going to sign later this morning, it also instructs his administration to expand access to contraception. among the white house's efforts here to try to help ensure the safety of patients and providers, by sending mobile clinics to borders of neighboring states where abortion is now or soon to be illegal. privacy a key priority here as well, moving to protect against digital surveillance related to reproductive health care services so those women are not targeted. this order falls short of what some activists are asking for.
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the president, again, push congress to guarantee the right to an abortion, but right now, craig, as you know well, the votes simply are not there. >> peter alexander from the white house, thank you. a new jobs report this morning will have washington, main street looking for signs of where the economy is heading. >> reporter: a much better employment report than expected. the economy added 372,000 jobs in june, that's about 100,000 more jobs than expected. the rate remains near 50-year lows and the country has more jobs than workers, which is a nice problem to have right now. meanwhile, earnings rose more than 5% year over year. because this report is strong, the federal reserve is expected to continue hiking rates this month to tame inflation running at 40-year highs. the fear, if the fed raises rates too much, it could push the economy into a recession.
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many economists thought the country may be in a recession, but this employment report may contradict that and higher rates make it more expensive to buy a new home, car, credit card, business loans get more expensive as they try to slow the economy. sheinelle? >> tom, thank you. all right. almost 8:07 on a friday. feels like a good time for a boost. >> it's always a good time for a boost. a group of young guys were hanging out by a lake in texas. one of them found himself in a tight spot. he got stuck on a rock. how he got there, nobody knows. while bystanders gathered to watch, he took off his shoes and here's how it went. >> three, two, one! >> ouch! >> was he a long jumper back in the day? his pals were there to grab his arms and sneakers stayed dry.
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consumer ♪ this morning on today's consumer confidential, something we haven't been able to say for a while, we've got good news for drivers. gas prices have finally started to come down. >> national average now about 29 cents below the record high that was set back on june 14th. erin mclaughlin joins us with more on why this is happening and what we can expect over the next few weeks hey, erin. >> reporter: good morning, guys. that's right the national average is now 12 cents lower than just a week ago. it might not seem like much, but this is the third week gas prices have gone down. a sign that maybe the worst of it could be in the rearview mirror at the height of the summer driving season, americans are finally catching a break at the pump >> we just got to adjust to what the new normal is and the new normal is, gas prices are coming down. >> reporter: oil prices dropped as fears of a recession take hold
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while some drivers may be intentionally using less gas than before. >> the two key factors contributing to lower gasoline prices are the price of oil which has come down in the past couple of months and there's been less demand >> reporter: 80% of gas stations in the u.s. are charging less than $5 a gallon. >> has this made a difference so far? >> it's made a slight difference, yeah every little bit counts. >> reporter: prices are lowest across the southeast and highest in the west. in california, the average gallon is still above 6 bucks. >> i haven't noticed still the same for me, you know. it burns really fast. >> reporter: even in the state with the cheapest gas, drivers are still paying $1.38 a gallon more than they did at this time last year. >> stations are probably sitting on thousands and thousands of gallons of gasoline that they
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bought at a far higher price then they'll get access to some of the lower prices. >> reporter: while people may be cutting back on their driving, many families are still hitting the road for summer vacation with a record number of travelers taking to the highways over the fourth of july week. >> you think with these high gas prices, folks might have chosen another way of traveling, but it also came at a time where people are looking at the issues with the airlines, the long lines, delays and cancellations and they may have figured, forget about it, i'm going to go in the car. >> reporter: in march, 75% of people said they would change their driving habits or lifestyle when gas hit $5 a gallon this morning, those changes may finally be making a difference >> hopefully, we'll get out of needing gas someday. >> finally, some good news, erin mclaughlin slightly less pain at the pump if prices continue to drop, how low are they expected to go? do we know >> reporter: well, according to gas buddy, we should see gas
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prices dropping a few cents a day over the next few weeks and some analysts expect a drop to $4.50 a gallon nationally. it might take a little longer than we like. >> at least it's starting. >> sometimes you don't notice small increments, but we're going to pay attention i think this is good just the fact that we said good news and gasoline in the same sentence, made us feel good. speaking of saving money, you guys, you do not want to miss our show on monday. we have got a preview of amazon's big prime event and all the other top summer sales you're going to want to know about. this is actually a time that you can save money by shopping >> that prime day preview, it's going to be one of the biggest discount shopping weeks of the year besides the holidays. one retailer has even dubbed it black friday in july. >> look at that, 70% discount. shoppers are expected to spend more than $10 billion as outlets
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offer steep discounts to empty out their crowded shelves. >> from amazon, target, best buy and more, we'll tell you everything you need to know to find the best deals. remember we said the thing about the return policy, you can buy something and you can return it and then they ask you to keep the item, it's like a win, win, win, win -- >> i thought you were about to say you returned something yesterday. >> we're committed to helping you save money. mr. bill karins, how about a check of the weather >> are you guys like, i'll do my christmas shopping in july >> that's al. >> i would love to be that person let's get into your forecast for today and try to get you prepared on what you're going to have to deal with this upcoming weekend. big vacation season out there. the worst weather by far overnight has been in central illinois we've had a lot of heavy rain, flash flood warnings our friends around springfield, illinois, have picked up 2 inches of rainfall the storms are heading into indiana. many of your airports are going
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to be okay this afternoon, that does change, though areas like the carolinas, once again, we'll see scattered storms, hit-and-miss storms through georgia and by far the worst weather tomorrow morning for your saturday ri good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. our temperatures will be slightly warming . oakland, a c low 70s in san francisco. a stronger breeze tomorrow brings the temperatures a few degrees in san jose will reach 77 degrees. sunday, slightly hotter. >> and going back to that gas story. i remember being in south carolina where you said the cheapest gas was the late '90s i fill >> i remember being in south carolina where you said the cheapest gas was
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i filled my tank up for a dollar a gallon and they threw in a car wash. >> did you used to walk to school in the snow >> 5 miles i only had one boot! how about pop start. >> we have a lot to talk about on this friday miles teller, the mavericks star is ready to go back into the danger zone. the 33-year-old actor spoke with entertainment tonight about the possibility of another "top gun" sequel. >> that's all up to tom. i've been having conversations with him about it. we'll see. >> what i'm hearing is him saying he wants tom cruise to green light -- >> he wants tc in charge more than a month since its release in theaters, maverick continues to win at the box office the newest "top gun" is the
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biggest action movie since batman: the dark night. next up, kevin hart is back for another season of the heart to heart show. season two is giving fans a sneak peek at the lineup of a-list guests on the roster. look at this. >> i'm all right. >> i'm all right are you all right? >> i'm happy as you can be in these crazy times. >> it's like the biggest role of my life. >> something to see. as a young guy trying to achieve the success that you have already achieved. >> young >> that's enough >> he gets everybody to sit down in that seat. >> chris rock. >> i wonder when they taped that >> jay-z tracee ellis ross, mike tyson, so many more new episodes start streaming july 14th. it's christmas in july for fans of the backstreet boys.
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after 30 years together, they have plans to release their first holiday album. it's called a very backstreet christmas. it includes silent night and last christmas and yesterday the boy band shared a preview at a new wintry project. take a look. ♪ the very next day you gave it away ♪ ♪ this year to save me from tears i'll give it to someone special ♪ >> it's scheduled to arrive october 14th next up, the last movie star, hbo max dropped their first trailing for the upcoming docu-series that's set to follow the relationship between paul newman and joanne woodward behind the camera, this one has some serious star power. directed by ethan hawke.
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they're using transcripts to illustrate the couple's 50 years together and george geclooney and laura linney are voicing the actors. >> when they first married, she just won the oscar she's the star and then the trajectory just changed. >> nobody understands anybody else's relationships only the two people who are involved know what binds that relationship together. >> as in all things, you can do anything you want to if you're willing to pay the price >> wow >> okay. i'm so intrigued >> what a great idea. >> it's genius. >> so good all six episodes of the last
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movie star starts streaming july 21st and ethan hawke is going to stop by ahead of the premiere and pay us a visit in studio 1a. >> that will be good. finally, jessica alba sat down with willie geist it's been ten years since she founded the honest company and now she's looking like what it was like jumping from the world of acting to starting a business. >> there are people who are like, she's a movie star, what does she know about this how is she going to run a company. >> there's a lot of that. >> did it get to you at any point? >> of course it does a lot of the naysayers in life for me over time, maybe they -- they drove me in a way it was almost like putting fuel on the fire and also, like, when you come from people having zero expectations of who you could be, there's a fearlessness you can only kind of go up from there. >> that's interesting.
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you can catch the full conversation this weekend on "sunday today." >> we had her on the show awhile ago, she's an amazing person and amazing mother she was very strict on saying she did not give her kids phones until eighth grade we asked her, did they feel left out? and she said, yeah >> i admire her for that. guys, it's time. time to boogie charlie puth is ready. he's treating our huge crowd to a full half-hour of music. >> we're ready we hope you are too. but first, your local news and weather and these messages
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our forecast with meteorologist kari hall. slightly warmer but we do still have the rain -- range in temperatures. it will be as hot as 91 in fairfield. then, slightly cooler tomorrow as we get a stronger breeze. on sunday, the temperatures had backup. santa rosa 91 in san jose in the mid-80s. as we go through the forecast, we will see hotter temperatures on sunday and into early next week. we have more local news we have more local news coming up in just half anhour. - [announcer] the more we learn about covid-19,
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♪ we don't talk anymore ♪ >> it's 8:30 on a friday morning. we got a full house here on the plaza. we're ready. they're ready. charlie puth ready to rock the plaza. there's a good chance you've probably seen him on tiktok. charlie has 18 million followers on tiktok. are you guys excited charlie, they're excited >> wait, you guys, raise your
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hand if you follow charlie on tiktok you get to actually watch him make music it's amazing we can't wait to visit with you. >> right the whole point is to inspire other people i love microphones the whole point is to inspire people to make their own music. >> you're about to inspire people in a second we're going to get a quick check of our weather from bill karins and then we'll visit with you. >> we have someone here. nancy from denver was here to see al today i will tell al that you came and you waited 42 years. happy birthday to you. if you're heading out, we have a heavy rain event, our friends in the southeast, if you have beach plans this weekend, carolinas, all the way down through georgia, that's going to be a little bit rough record highs continue in texas watch out, late day storms in the northern planes. as we get to your sunday, we'll call it a lovely day in the northeast.
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mid-atlantic looks all right southeast, keep an eye to the sky. middle of the country, we continue to roast. happy friday to you. temperatures reaching into the upper 80s. it will be warmer than what we have had recently. >> and i know what we're going to be in our turn me on like a light switch >> this is the gift that keeps on giving. thank you.
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we want to thank the new york palace for providing hotels for this morning's concert the moment you've all been waiting for, we've catching up with charlie puth, talking
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the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented >> announcer: the citi concert series on today is proudly presented to you by citi >> all right, we've been waiting for this all morning long. charlie puth taking out of the plaza. he's going to perform some new music, also some of his biggest hits and we cannot wait. >> first, let's take a look at how charlie puth came to be the global superstar that he is. ♪ you just want attention ♪ >> reporter: charlie puth has our attention with hits like "we
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don't talk anymore" and "see you again. since soaring to stardom in 2014, charlie has earned eight multiplatinum singles. the grammy-nominated artist most notable for his perfect pitch. >> that was an "f" sharp. >> reporter: and captivating songwriting skills he's been giving fans a sneak peek of his new music for months on tiktok. >> what if there was a song that started off like -- >> reporter: sharing his creative process in realtime for his nearly 18 million followers. this fall, charlie will release his highly anticipated third studio album, "charlie". >> it's the most me music ever >> and to celebrate, he's
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hitting our concert stage once again. >> and hot off his new album, here is charlie puth with "light switch." switch. ♪ ♪ why you calling at 11:30 ♪ ♪ when you only want to do me dirty ♪ ♪ but i hit right back cause yo got that yeah ♪ ♪ why you always want to act like lovers ♪ ♪ but you never want to be each other's ♪ ♪ i said don't look back but i go right back ♪ ♪ all of a sudden i'm hypnotized ♪ ♪ don't know why but i can't deny ♪ ♪ every time i say i'm going to walk away ♪ ♪ you turn me on like a light switch ♪ ♪ when you're moving your body around and around ♪ ♪ i don't want to fight this yo know how to just make me want ♪ ♪ you turn me on like a light
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switch ♪ ♪ when you're moving your body around and around ♪ ♪ you got me in a tight grip yo know how to just make me want you ♪ ♪ do you love it when you keep me guessing ♪ ♪ when you leave and then you leave me stressing ♪ ♪ but i can't stay mad when you walk like that no ♪ ♪ why you always want to act like lovers ♪ ♪ but you never want to be each other's ♪ ♪ i say don't look back but i g right back ♪ ♪ all of a sudden i'm hypnotized ♪ ♪ you're the one that i can't deny ♪ ♪ every time that i say i'm i'm going to walk away ♪ ♪ ♪ you turn me on like going to walk away ♪ ♪ you turn me on like a light switch ♪ ♪ when you're moving your body around and around ♪ ♪ now i don't want to fight this ♪ ♪ you know how to just make me want ♪ ♪ you turn me on like a light switch ♪ ♪ when you're moving your body around and around ♪ ♪ you got me in a tight grip ♪
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♪ you know how to just make me want you baby ♪ ♪ come on, come on, come on and show me how you do ♪ ♪ you want, you want, you want, you want to keep me wanting you ♪ ♪ you turn me on like a light switch ♪ ♪ when you're moving your body around and around ♪ ♪ now i don't want to fight this ♪ ♪ you know how to just make me want you ♪ ♪ you turn me on like a light switch ♪ ♪ when you're moving your body around and around ♪ ♪ you got me in a tight grip ♪ ♪ you know how to just make me want you baby ♪ ♪ come on, come on, come on and show me how you do ♪ ♪ you want, you want, you want, you want, you want to keep me wanting you ♪
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♪ come on, come on, come on, come on, and show me how you do ♪ ♪ come on, come on, you want to keep me wanting you ♪ [ cheers and applause >> do not go anywhere, we're going to talk to charlie puth about his new album and more right after this right after this but first this is "today" on we call it oleyumi. you call it california. our land, our culture, our people once expansive, now whittled down to a small community. only one proposition supports california tribes like ours. while providing hundreds of millions in yearly funding to finally address homelessness in california. vote yes on 27. tax online sports betting and protect tribal sovereignty
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♪ and welcome back we are so excited on this friday morning to hav we're so excited on this friday morning to have singer-songwriter charlie puth with us on our citi concert stage. >> charlie announced that his third album, it will come out october 7th, charlie, good morning. >> good morning. hi, everybody. >> you know -- do you know that people sleep on concrete
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overnight so that they can see you in the morning they line up and they have been waiting all night to see you. >> i don't know why. i appreciate that. >> tell us about this album. every one is unique. people got to see the process as you made this on tiktok. they tuned in. >> i wanted people to -- i wanted everybody to feel like they wrote the songs with me so by the time it came album release time, they felt like, i had part of this song, i wrote it. >> go ahead. >> this is your third album. this one is self-titled. why is this one self-titled? >> i love my first two albums, but this is the most true i've ever been in this is the album that i would have put out if this were my first album. >> why didn't you? >> record label stuff at the time, different record label stuff. >> hoda asked earlier for people to raise their hands if they follow you on tiktok i'm blown away what is it about the community you love
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you're making songs there. you connect with them there. >> all i want to do is to inspire you to make music out of nonmusic thing, even the subway running in the background is "a" flat, you can layer that, the sound of your voice could be made into a song anything can be made into music and that's why i joined tiktok was to prove that. >> for the people who didn't watch on tiktok and they're wondering how do you make music, first of all, you have perfect pitch which is one -- >> i was thinking of the subway sound now. i can't get it out of my mind. >> you scratch things down in. ♪ note section of your phone. >> and this one just came to me. that's how the beatles used to have their vocals on the left or right side. >> does it come to you in the middle of the night? >> literally
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it happened on the plane ride in. >> what came in? >> you'll hear it. >> that's good. >> charlie mentioned it, here it comes, the latest single for the first time in front of a live audience, charlie puth with live audience, charlie puth with left and right "left and right. ♪ memories follow me left and right ♪ ♪ i can feel you over here, i can feel you over here ♪ ♪ you take up every corner of m mind ♪ ♪ ever since the day you went away ♪ ♪ how to erase your body from out of my brain ♪ ♪ maybe i should just focus on me instead ♪ ♪ all the nights we were tangle up in your bed ♪ ♪ oh, no, oh, no ♪ ♪ you're going round in circles got you stuck up in my head,
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yeah ♪ ♪ memories follow me left and right ♪ ♪ i can feel you over here ♪ ♪ i can feel you over here ♪ ♪ you take up every corner of m mind ♪ ♪ your love stays with me day and night ♪ ♪ i can feel you over here ♪ ♪ i can feel you over here ♪ ♪ you take up every corner of m mind ♪ ♪ ever since the day you went away ♪ ♪ how much more do i got to drink for the pain ♪ ♪ you did things to me that i just can't forget ♪ ♪ all the nights we were tangle up in your bed ♪ ♪ oh, no, oh, no, oh, no ♪ ♪ you're going round in circles got you stuck up in my head ♪ ♪ memories follow me left and right ♪ ♪ i can feel you over here ♪ ♪ you take up every corner of m
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mind ♪ ♪ your love stays with me day and night ♪ ♪ i can feel you over here ♪ ♪ you take up every corner of m mind ♪ ♪ did you know you're the one that got away ♪ ♪ i'm still not okay ♪ ♪ did you know that my dreams, they're all the same ♪ ♪ every time i close my eyes ♪ ♪ memories follow me left and right ♪ ♪ i can feel you over here ♪ ♪ i can feel you over here ♪ ♪ you take up every corner of m mind ♪ ♪ your love stays with me day and night ♪ ♪ i can feel you over here, i can feel you over here ♪ ♪ you take up every corner of m mind ♪ ♪ what you going to do now ♪ ♪ i can feel you over here ♪ ♪ i can feel you over here ♪ ♪ you take up every corner of m mind ♪ ♪ what you going to do now ♪ [ cheers and applause
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>> there's more. straight ahead, charlie singing one of his biggest hits, hope meet ron. that man is always on. and he's on it with jardiance for type 2 diabetes. his underhand sky serve? on fire.
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♪ our citi concert series continues with charlie puth. and now he's performing one of his most popular songs ever, "attention." ♪ ♪ you've been running around running around running around throwing that dirt all on my name ♪ ♪ because you knew that, knew that, i knew that i'd call you up ♪ ♪ you've been going around, going around, going around every party in l.a. ♪ ♪ because you knew that i, knew that i, knew that i'd be at
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one ♪ ♪ i know that dress is karma, perfume regret ♪ ♪ you got me thinking about whe you were mine ♪ ♪ and now i'm all up on ya, wha you expect ♪ ♪ but you're not coming home with me tonight ♪ ♪ you just want attention ♪ ♪ you don't want my heart ♪ ♪ baby maybe you just hate the thought of me with someone new ♪ ♪ you just want attention, i knew from the start ♪ ♪ you're just making sure i'm never getting over you ♪ ♪ you've been running around, running around, running around throwing that dirt all on my name ♪ ♪ because you knew that i, knew that i, knew i'd call you out ♪ ♪ now now that we're, now that we're right here standing face-to-face ♪ ♪ i know that dress is karma,
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perfume regret ♪ ♪ you got me thinking about whe you were mine ♪ ♪ and now i'm all up on ya, wha you expect ♪ ♪ but you're not coming home with me tonight ♪ ♪ you just want attention, you don't want my heart ♪ ♪ maybe you just hate the thought of me with someone new ♪ ♪ you just want attention, i knew from the start ♪ ♪ you're just making sure i'm never getting over you ♪ ♪ what are you doing to me ♪ ♪ what are you doing ♪ ♪ what are you doing to me, wha are you doing ♪ ♪ what are you doing to me, wha are you doing ♪ ♪ what are you doing to me, wha are you doing ♪ ♪ i know that dress is karma perfume regret ♪
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♪ got me thinking about when yo were mine ♪ ♪ and now i'm all up on ya, wha you expect ♪ ♪ but you're not coming home with me tonight ♪ ♪ you just want attention, you don't want my heart ♪ ♪ maybe you just hate the thought of me with someone new ♪ ♪ yeah, you just want attention i knew from the start ♪ ♪ you're just making sure i'm never getting over you ♪ ♪ ♪ over you ♪ ♪ what are you doing to me ♪ ♪ hey, what are you doing, ♪ ♪ what are you doing to me, wha are you doing ♪ ♪ you just want attention, i know from the start ♪ ♪ you're just making sure i'm ♪♪ >> thank you all so much for
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not getting over you ♪ >> thank you all so much for coming out >> ladies and gentlemen, charlie puth >> shoutout to her, she gave me my little pinky ring back. >> who did >> her in the white shirt. >> you're in the white shirt >> that was super nice of her. >> well, i was putting my hand out in the crowd and it came off because i guess -- >> i'll walk down. >> here, we'll come back >> that's so funny i would have gotten in so much trouble had i lost this, thank you. thank you. >> what is your name >> emily. >> his ring just slipped off, and it fell on the floor, oh, no, i would be so sad if i lost my ring. >> a great samaritan. >> how much do you love charlie? >> i love him a lot. >> what's your favorite song >> attention >> it is
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>> well, by the way, thank you thank you for recovering we're happy you're here. >> they're going to give you a bunch of merch, they don't know that but i told them >> charlie, when you look down at this crowd, you sang a song for the first time in front of a live crowd how did that feel? >> it felt -- >> they can't handle it. >> what is happening right now what is happening? >> no, it felt really good i'm going to ignore this it felt really good, and it's really nice going viral and stuff on tiktok, for anybody out there, but there's nothing like performing in front of like a real live crowd. i love you too thank you. she's my biggest fan >> the other most asked question, which i was asking your fans is is he single? that's what the girls and so many more -- >> i've learned over the years to keep my private life private. >> fair enough >> smart man, charlie puth. >> we are so happy for you when does the new album drop >> october 7 preorder it now. >> all right, thank you so much.
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thank you for lighting up our plaza this morning you brought the a-plus game and it really is a beautiful summer day. you're going to be back in the third hour >> the pride of new jersey third hour of today coming up in just a few moments we'll have more with charlie puth and lots more coming up after your local news and weather. good morning.
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the first data is out showing the number of america's youngest children who have gotten the covid vaccine. covid vaccinations became two weeks ago for children under five. nearly 300,000 children have gotten at least one dose out of a population of 18 million. the white house is calling this a slower pace than what happened with older groups. in the bay area 10% of this group is vaccinated. there is a variant surge across the nation. the variance are four times more resistant to vaccines. we are getting new jobs numbers. 372,000 jobs were added last month. san francisco will ficially have a new of
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♪♪ this morning on the third hour of "today," get ready to save from gas to groceries, we are working for your wallet. we've got swaps at the supermarket to shave dollars off your bill. then, it's super food friday, joy bauer firing up the barbecue to show us how t spice up your summer salad with grilled fruit. ♪♪ then it's charlie puth's plaza, he's rocking another performance and we'll also get the scoop on his

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