A seventh victim has died after the shooting at the Highland Park, Illinois, Independence Day parade. Investigators are also sharing new details about the suspect, including how he disguised himself at the parade to escape, as well as his past run-ins with law enforcement. NBC’s Tom Llamas reports for TODAY.
Wednesday, July 6
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Rudy Giuliani, Lindsey Graham called to testify in election probe
Some of former President Donald Trump’s closest allies, including Rudy Giuliani and Senator Lindsey Graham, have been subpoenaed to testify in a Georgia grand jury investigation. The probe is looking into whether the former president tried to interfere with the 2020 election results in the state. NBC’s Peter Alexander reports for TODAY.
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3rd Hour of TODAY
How to save on home rentals in this real estate market
This year’s rental market is the toughest consumers have seen in years, forcing many would-be homebuyers into long term renters to offset rising costs and interest rates. NBC’s senior business analyst Stephanie Ruhle joins the 3rd hour of TODAY with tips, including how to handle hidden fees and negotiating tactics to use when you’re trying to bring costs down.
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Kirk Franklin, Maverick City Music on celebrating humanity in music
Kirk Franklin and Maverick City Music stop by the 3rd Hour of TODAY to discuss their newest project “Kingdom Book One” which raises awareness on the injustice of mass incarceration. “To have prisoners who are incarcerated in the middle of a pandemic add their voices to a project and be a gift to anyone who hears, I think is a wonderful thing,” Jonathan Jay says.