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police say a student shot up his high school, killingh birthday new details this morning voundivoun surrounding the horrific scene >> nancy pelosi is accusing the president of bribery and saying there is evidence to prove it. donald trump is fighting back. >> these are very dishonest people democrats are trying to overthrow the last election because they know they're not going to win the next election that's all it is >> the big change for instagram, why the social media giant is hide something user likes. could the move help boost kids' mental health? >> thursday night fights forget football in cleveland as the browns' my helmet.
it's friday, november 15 "early today" starts right now good morning i'm phillip mena >> and i'm frances rivera. we begin with breaking news. a vigil was held just hours ago in santa clarita, california the community coming together after a school shooting that left two teenagers dead and three others wounded police say a 16-year-old gunman opened fire on his classmates before turning the gun on himself. the entire terrifying ordeal lasted just 16 seconds, just before students were supposed to begin their classes. for more on the investigation, here's nbc's miguel almaguer >> reporter: just as the school day began in santa clarita, california -- >> multiple shots fired. >> reporter: gunfire erupted at saugus high school >> we need all units to respond. >> reporter: police and paramedics swarming campus as students raced to safety under the cover of heal never forget,s were looking behind and fearing for their lives. >> reporter: the first shots
fired at 7:38 a.m. >> you hear boom, boom, boom >> reporter: authorities say surveillance video shows the suspect pulling the hand gun from his back pack in the courtyard, then firing on five fellow students before shooting himself in the head. >> we heard multiple shots, like in order, and we kind of like -- we didn't really say anything to react. we just kind of ran towards and escaped as fast as possible. >> reporter: before the victims could be rushed to the hospital, the campus broke into chaos. >> i never thought anything like this would happen at our school. >> reporter: teresa called her mom as shots were fired. >> i heard a shot in the background, just a bunch of kids were screaming there's a shooter, there's a shooter, run, run,ents calling g their parents for help, two teenagers are dead and three are wounded. th >> it's a .45 caliber police foundis crime scene. semiautomatic pistol which morrt
had noe hs home not far from school, police are now scouring his digital footprint for a motive >> i just didn't expect to see that across the street from me >> reporter: with two crime scenes, the suspect's home and his school, many are gathering at the hospital. >> i held a bleeding child today in my classroom. >> reporter: fire teacher katie holt helped triage the wounded >> i don't think there is any sort of training that can prepare you for this >> reporter: this high school in southern california, home to the latest school shooting, lives lost in a place where students should always be safe. not far from the crime scene here, multiple teenagers remain hospitalized some listed in critical condition. police say their investigation into the motive continues. frances? >> thank you, miguel >> as the country gears up to watch the second impeachment hearing in just a few hours, the president held a rally last night in louisiana, claiming the
impeachment hearings were helping his reelection effort. but back in washington, a new witness emerged, ready to break ranks and go against the white house. mark zandi, an employee at the office of management and budget, will appear in a closed door session with lawmakers on saturday if he's subpoenaed. sandy could shed additional light into why aid for ukraine was held meane more >> reporter: 24 hours after the first public impeachment hearing, house speaker nancy pelosi is calling testimony from two top career diplomats devastating. and leveling this new charge against the president. >> what is -- the president has admitted to and said it's perfect, i say it's perfectly wrong. it's bribery >> reporter: democrats recasting their case in plain english largely dropping the phrase quid pro quo to describe the july phone call between president trump and ukraine's leader where the president asked for investigations of the bidens and the 2016 election. pelosi now using the term bribery that's mentioned in the
constitution as an impeachable offense. >> the bribe is to grant or withhold military assistance in return for a public statement of a fake investigation into the elections. that's bribery >> reporter: but republicans emphasize that the aid was eventually delivered without ukraine launching the investigations president trump requested. house democrats are also preparing foreclosed door testimony from diplomat bill taylor's aide who now says he heard the president in july on a cell phone call with gordon sondland >> the member of my staff could hear president trump on the phone asking ambassador sondland about the investigations >> reporter: the president saying he does not recall that conversation and his aides dismissing it. >> in a real court of law we would not be referring to something as evidence that is, oh, someone on my staff recalled overhearing a conversation between someone else and the president where they think they heard the president use the word investigations
>> reporter: democrats say that call ties president trump to the pressure campaign on ukraine today lawmakers will hear from the former u.s. ambassador to that country phillip? >> all right, peter, thank you we will have special coverage of this morning's hearing beginning at 9:00 eastern here on nbc. >> let's turn now to the ongoing emergency situation in venice, italy. the lagoon city is experiencing the worst flooding in more than 50 years and the saltwater is doing damage to historic landmarks that will likely cost millions to repair. nbc's claudia joins us from italy. what can you tell us about the high tide there? >> reporter: good morning, frances. well, i was in saint mark's square aut evacuated the square because the tide is already here it is so high that it's threatening to burst once again into the shops at the square i moved around here and what you see behind me looks like a canal in venice. well, it's not this is a walkway usually. it's dry look at it
it looks like a canal with strong currents because the tide today, the fifth day in a row, is tlooding venice and it's higher than yesterday. two days ago and not only the currents are very strong and the reason is that there is a very strong wind blowing it's about 30 miles per hour and it's raining as well and this is once again a recipe for disaster for a venice that is still trying to recover from the death and destruction of tuesday. frances, phillip >> hopefully the weather will cooperate so those waters can finally recede claudio, thank you >> there is a search for a missing marina accused of murder authorities say 22-year-old combat engineer michael brown killed his mother's boyfriend, rather, on saturday after desserting his post at kam macap lejeune last month they are combing roanoke, virginia, where he was last spotted. sheriff's deputies say he is likely on foot and dangerous schools were closed and will
reopen today >> now to chicago where another search is underway as police are looking for a shooter who killed a young nurse just after she finished a shift at the hospital frank aguilar was fatally shot in the little village neighborhood, it's where his family lived aguilar wa laundry him police say a gray suv drove by and someone fired a gun, hitting aguilar in the chest he died at the hospital. his family believes this is the case of mistaken identity. police have not been able to corroborate that >> now the thursday night football in cleveland, the browns were cruising to a 21-7 victory over the steelers. just a few seconds left in the game, and then this happens. >> well, he tackled rue do have. rudolph didn't like the way that he was tackled >> oh, gosh! >> rips the helmet off rudolph's head, and then eventually swings it and hits him. in the head. and then okenjobi comes up and
hits rudolph from behind >> truly ugly scene there. the crowd would clear. you seam them bashing steeler mason rudolph in the head with his own helmet garrett was ejected from the game and wilt later said he reg the incident and rudolph who suffered a concussion earlier this season will likely need to be evaluated >> let's get a check of the weekend and see what's going to be with the weather. good morning >> the rest of us will look nice it's the little area in the southeast and the calina coast that will be the worst of it today we have the rain moving through, around jacksonville, florida. as we go throughout the weekend, the storm lingers on saturday. especially areas for myrtle beach, charleston, maybe savannah a little bit, too, definitely the outer banks the worst of it. sunshine on the rest of the map, the only really cold spot is going to be areas of new england. especially saturday morning. reinforcing cold blast coming through, windy conditions. probably wind chill in the
single digits in the higher elevations sunday we think we have a storm lingering. norfolk to the jersey shore. notice how calm we are in the southeast. snow andcool and rainy conditio throughout the carolinas and georgia today. we could get thunderstorms in florida that means airport delays. the travel forecast will come up >> we'll hear about o your weekend, ford versus ferrari takes on charlie's angels, the lineup for tfor speed in ford versus ferrari they workout a criminal plot in charlie's angels >> singers donnie and marie osmond will wrap up their
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they don't guarantee entry into the show styles will be hosting the second time as musical guest, first time as host good luck to harry and all of those hopefuls outside lined up as we speak. >> remember that was the day wednesday when the temperatures dropped here in new york city and much of the country. that's insane standing out there. >> hard core >> in celebration of its 125th anniversary, billboard created a ranking of the top 125 artists of all time. >> is stiles on there? >> maybe not yet to the stilers, yes. it's based on the billboard 100 song chart and the 200 chart taking the top spot was the beatles for the unrivalled dominance since 1964 the rolling stones ce in second followe mariah carey, and madonna rounding out the top five. the rest of the top 10 features michael streisand, michael jackson, taylor swift, stevie wonder and chicago names we've seen, major names.
>> i'm not hitting on chicago at all. great band, i'm sure, but top 10 this is where the debate begins. >> this is going to be knock down drag out. going to fight you for all the songs. can't have a karate kid without a chicago song >> maybe during the break you can change my mind i'm hearing in my air bruce springsteen was top 10 all right. up next bills i'm sure got a take on that billboard list as well as our rest plus instagram's bolt experiment and wching "early to" here at... snowfest...
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janssen can help you explore cost support options. willie geist to see what's coming up on "sunday today." hey, willie, good morning. >> good morning, guys. good to see you. this week on "sunday today," my guest is actor sterling k. brown. sterling and i got together to talk about the success of his hit nbc show "this is us". the 13-year acting grind and small roles before that show took off and how the loss of his father
when he was just 10 years old impacted his role on the show as randall pearson, and the one in his latest film, "waves. our sunday sit down with sterling k. brown plus the latest news and politics as always this weekend on "sunday today.h us in the morning or set the dvr and watch us any time you like. for now, i'll send it back tnce we'll see you on sunday morning. >> we will see you then, willie. thank you. >> for a lot of young people, checking those likes has turned into an obsession. thatwht to reduce stress concerns about what the likes are doing to young people's mental health nbc's kate snow has more >> is everybody on instagram >> yes >> reporter: in the world of instagram these students know well, they post a photo and see how many people like that post are you looking to see whether people like it are you worried about that
when we spoke a couple years ago, liam said he used to spend money to get more likes. >> i remember back in 5th grady would buy them to make myself look popular it was horrible. >> reporter: but now instagram is testing a new system worldwide, a small percentage of users will no longer be able to see the number of likes on anyone's post except their own >> the big idea is to try and maketale less time worrying abo how many likes you have and more time connecting with people or things that inspire you. >> reporter: reaction today mixed. >> i think taking off the likes isn't a good solution. >> if you take away the likes, it's like what's the point of using it >> reporter: instagram has heard concerns from influencers who depend on likes to build their brand. but its c.e.o. has been clear. >> we will make decisions that hurts the business if it's good for people in-house. >> reporter: a message a lot of parents will like. kate snow, be in news, new york.
>> it's the culture we're in at this point >> it's part of it there is one thing to remove the likes, but then there are the number of followers, too i would think in some sense that's more important to see how many people are following you. >> for sure. you're hearing more and more how employers are looking at how many followers you have and it helps affect what kind of jobs you're able to get there's a lot of weight put on that thing it's not just about the likes. it's the culture of what is being paid attention to. >> there is a reason there is a "black mirror" episode based on that thanks for w 1850 coffee. ♪ ♪ inspired by the year with a bold yet smooth taste. ♪ ♪ 1850 coffee, begin boldly.
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kari hall who is right here. >> it's friday and we see the same weather we'll have yesterday afternoon, continuing today. here is a live look in palo alto, a few clouds overhead and more sunshine going into the rest of the day. it starts out milder, with some mid to upper 50s as you head out the door. we'll talk about what's ahead r