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‘Sharks can bite hard,’ says surfer after attack

  “Sharks can bite hard,” says surfer Kiowa Gatewood, from his hospital bed in hawaii, after a vicious tiger shart attack in murky waters churned up by Tropical Storm Flossie. KNHL’s Tim Sakahara reports.

A look at the Beltway’s most beautiful

  The Hill’s Judy Kurtz discusses this year's annual list of “ravishing representatives, sexy senators and stunning staffers” that includes a nature-loving senator and Jay Carney look-alike.

Low-cost operations of Japan's ANA to focus on resort travel: Nikkei

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  Hawaii braces for Tropical Storm Flossie

The tropical storm is expected to dump heavy rain on Maui and the Big Island, causing flooding and mudslides. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

  Man juggles his way from Hawaii to Studio 1A

Juggler Chris Smith, whose video showing him juggling in Iceland went viral, journeys from the beaches of Maui to Studio 1A, showing off his juggling skills along the way.

  Tropical storm Flossie heading to Hawaii

Tropical Storm Flossie, the sixth named storm of the Pacific hurricane season, is on a track to head directly over Hawaii, which raises concern of heavy rains and flash floods. TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer reports.

  July 4th Trivia: Who do we celebrate with fireworks?

TODAY’s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, along with Christina Frei, author of “5 Rockstars of the American Revolution,” test viewers’ knowledge about why we celebrate the Fourth of July with fireworks, how much money is spent on them, and the number of people who signed the Declaration of Independe

  Barney Frank reacts to Supreme Court DOMA decision

In the wake of the Supreme Court striking down DOMA, former Massachusetts Congressman Barney Frank joins Chris Hayes to digest this incredible day's news and all of its implications.

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