The internet is buzzing (and conflicted) over this coach's football drill during practice. Concussion fail or simple drill. What say you? See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"
According to the National Weather Service, the center of Florence will not move far at all for the next few days. This means a very long and very dangerous onslaught, with devastating effects to those in its path with winds, beach erosions, and catastrophic amounts of rainfall. ABC's Jim Ryan is in Wilmington, NC and talks with Joe as Florence slams ashore.
All eyes are on Hurricane Florence, but other hurricanes and tropical storms are brewing as well. NBC News National Correspondent Bill Zimpfer will have a look ahead as we enter the peak of hurricane season. What other storms are we tracking? Will the U.S. take anther hit soon? Bill Zimpfer has latest from the National Hurricane Center.
A big weekend at the box office – with everyone from Matthew McConaughey to Anna Kendrick to The Predator getting in on the action. “The Predator,” a reboot of the popular action-horror franchise, stars Olivia Munn, Keegan Michael Key, Sterling K. Brown and more, and it’s expected to win the weekend. “A Simple Favor” stars Blake Lively and Anna Kendrick in a stylish and thrilling mystery, directed by “Bridesmaids” Paul Feig. “White Boy Rick,” based on a true story, stars Matthew McConaughey a the gangster dad of a teenage son who becomes the youngest FBI informant in history. ABC's Jason Nathanson breaks it down.
People are still leaving guns unlocked in their cars and September is suicide awareness month. Louisville Metro Police Department's Lamont Washington joins Joe with a look.
Drivers who use the tolled bridges have a new option for paying tolls. Pay by Plate means drivers without prepaid accounts can pay tolls online, before receiving an invoice. They can pay within days, rather than weeks. RiverLink heard from several drivers during our first year of tolling that didn’t want to wait for an invoice – they wanted to pay tolls owed soon after using the tolled bridges.
A tech magazine warns that a Security flaw in ‘nearly all’ modern PCs and Macs exposes encrypted data and that existing security measures aren't enough. How did they find this out? Where is this info coming from? What can users do to protect themselves? NBC News Radio's Michael Bower is following.