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update for you. >> in the meantime, go out and enjoy those beautiful shots. have a great day, we'll see you back tomorrow. >> kbooi bye. bye-bye. good morning. exposed again, anthony weiner facing new calls this morning to end his attempt at a political come back after revelations he kept sexting even after he re-signed in disgrace from congress. his wife standing by him and speaking out. >> i love him. i have forgiven him. i believe in him. >> she may, but will voters. the queen visits kensington palace to meet the newest member of the royal family following his debut. when will we find out his name. and have we met? a woman falls asleep in the lap of a stranger sitting next to her on a plane and he captures
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all the way he tried to wake her up on video. what would you do today? wednesday, july 24th, 2013. from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live, from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. good morning. welcome to "today." it's 7:00 a.m. on the west coast. i am matt lauer. >> i'm savannah guthrie along side al roker. did you notice this prince of cambridge already mastered the royal wave. the hand peeking out of the swaddle yesterday. >> i think they attached a piece of fishing line to his finger and pulled that up. >> it was cute. natalie standing by at kensington palace with more on the queen's visit this morning and the waiting game for the
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name. >> we have a big story back at home. >> even as he sat for the family portrait for "people" magazine, he was still sexing. >> kelly o'donnell has the latest. good morning to you. >> good morning to both of you. seven weeks before the democratic primary there's calls for anthony weiner to get out of the race for new york city mayor. despite lies, incomplete answers, he claims his mistakes are personal, yet again, he has given up his secret life on the internet. pwrarb and defiant at a tuesday night campaign event. >> i won't stop fighting. >> reporter: but anthony weiner's campaign for redemption and new york city mayor is in crisis mode. >> let me just reiterate to my wife how sorry i am that i did these things. >> reporter: with his latest embarrassing admission about online sex.
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>> there's no question that what i did was wrong. this behavior is behind me. >> reporter: the 48-year-old democrat faced cameras and new revelations that he continued exchanging explicit sexual messages and photos with women online at least one year after that conduct forced him out of congress in 2011. >> some of these things happened before my resignation. some of them happened after. but the fact is that that was also the time that my wife and i were working through some things in our marriage. >> reporter: but unlike his earlier fall from grace, his wife huma abedin is speaking out in her first news conference. >> it took a lot of work and a whole lot of therapy to get to a place where i could forgive anthony. it was not an easy choice in anyway. but i made the decision that it was worth staying in this marriage.
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>> reporter: abedin a long time aid to hilary clinton worked hard to help rebuild his imagine. >> nobody will work harder to make it better than anthony. but his come back included new deception. a people magazine feature in july 2012 depicted anthony, huma and their young son saying the scandal was behind them but he was still sending racy messages to other women. >> that was a mistake and i bare responsibility for that. >> after all this, some voters say they can for give. >> i think anthony weiner means well for the city of new york. >> but this morning the new york times editorial teenage page is anything but forgiving saying he has disqualified himself and should take new york city out of his saga. of course other candidates are telling him to get out of the race, too. thank you very much. the host of morning joe on nbc, good morning to both of you.
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>> good morning. >> joe, let me ask you, are you shocked or not shocked by all of this? >> shocked. i mean, come on. we now officially live in the age of bill clinton where you can survive a scandal. you look at mark sanford, and you look at bill clinton, and you look at eliot spitzer. it's not about the scandal, it's about competence and the question is can these people do their jobs. spitzer can do his job. he's going to win. mark samford was more equipped when you look at the issues and the debates. south carolina elected him. >> joe you're talking about second chances. this is anthony weiner essentially asking for a third chance. he said yesterday i told the voters other texts and photos were likely to come out and today they have. that defense sounds to me like
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hey, voters, you were warned. >> let's say he is the chuck yager of sex scandals. he is constantly pushing the envelope. this is the right stuff for sex scandals. nobody has ever been here before but what will be his undoing, savannah, the longer we go out from this point and press conference we'll look at the timeline and realize what he was doing and what he was saying publicly while he was having the "people" magazine articles written about anthony weiner, and the new york times magazine cover, we supposedly got a new and improved anthony weiner, and it was obviously a different
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person called carlos danger. >> the name he went by. i want to ask you about huma abedin. she is asking voters to make a distinction between the personal and political saying she has forgiven him but hasn't she herself blurred that line now by putting herself into the campaign? she is in the campaign videos and she spoke yesterday at the news conference. >> what she did yesterday was extraordinary. i've never seen anything like it before in my life. we have seen political wives standing by their man but this was different. what she did was step in and step up for a man that has disgraced her with behavior that is not in the realm of normal acceptance. cheating has been accepting, adultery has been accepted and there's arrogant political figures lifted up even after disgracing their family with adultery. this is different. online sexting and the conversations that anthony weiner allegedly had put her in an incredibly awkward position. she stepped up and faced the cameras. it was hard to watch. if he succeeds, savannah, it will be because she lifted him out of the political sewer and
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put him on the shelf next to arrogant politicians that have the lack of self awareness to take a look at what they have done and think they can do whatever they want. >> lightning round for you. yes or no or something like it. do you expect more revelations of this type. >> i don't know. i would expect probably. yeah. yeah, i think he can't help himself. >> do you think there is any chance, joe, that he drops out of this race? >> absolutely none. >> mika, do you think there is any chance he can win? >> i do. i think his wife is the key here, and his wife has earned from the master, hillary clinton, her boss. >> always good to get the two of you together and get your opinion. >> thank you savannah. now here's matt. now to the royal baby.
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he is not stopping the tkaorb and butchious of cambridge from keeping a busy schedule. natalie, good morning to you. >> good morning to you matt. they did leave to go to buckle bury. they have had a parade of visitors before leaving, and the queen came by, and prince harry also have visited, and pippa and james have now came by and they have all met their little nephew. >> reporter: the little prince
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had his audience this morning. less than a day ago, this is the moment so many were waiting for, the youngest royal introduced to the world. carried by his proud papa, 31 years ago, he had his first public outing. >> he's a big boy, quite heavy. still working on a mom. >> new mom, looking radiant stepped out in a blue polka dot dress, similar to diana. it must be in the blood, here at just 24 hours old, a first royal wave. >> got her looks, thankfully. >> no, no, no. >> just in case there were any doubts of the diaper changing ability of the hands on royal dad, earlier it was in the day a parade of grandparents visiting,
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and first the middletons, and then the very proud grandpa, the prince of whales, and along with wife camellia, and the first social media blitz. >> we can get back to normal now. >> they came to take their new baby home to the palace, and then william took to the driver's seat setting out on the new jersey as parents. >> no name yet for the little prince. when they did emerge from the hospital steps, kate was wearing a blue and white polka dot dress, and here they are comparing that to the photo of princess diana 31 years ago when she walks out the same doors with a little prince william, and that dress already selling out. once again, the kate affect, matt. >> as you would only expect. >> we will check in with you in a little while.
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meantime, iowa congressman king facing criticism with comments tied to immigration reform. >> this is what republicans feared about the debate. he has claimed most undocumented immigrants are involved in the drug trade, and now under fire from both sides of the aisle. >> steve king was asked about the dream act, and it would be a path to permanent residency. >> for everybody who is valedictorian, there are 100 other ones out there that are on 100 pounds of marijuana. >> house speaker john boehner saying, what he said is wrong
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and there could be honest disagreements about policy without being hateful. >> it's beneath the dignity of this body and this country. >> it's not the first time king has been under fire for making racially tinged comments, and last year he used a degrading metaphor using how the united states could select them. >> you get the pick of the little and you have yourself a good bird dog. >> reporter: just as king refused to apologize during those comments during a heated interview. >> i said that speech was about the bigger of legal immigration, and it was a very complimentary speech. >> we have received no comment back, but this is what republican leaders feared the
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debate would turn into. >> the poll, there's a lot of criticism to go around. let's start with the president's approval rating. >> it's taking a hit when you look at what happened not since the debt ceiling debacle of november of 2011 has it been this low. he is taking on water. one of the reasons that i think he is leaving the state today to go and give a speech in illinois. >> let's move to congress. if there were not so much at stake for the american people, these would almost be funny, laughable, but they are not funny. look at the approval rating. >> 83%, all-time high. and republicans feel the same way about congress as democrats do. it's the same reasons that they feel this way about their anger towards congress, but it's universal and bipartisan. >> we asked people in the poll
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would you like to throw the whole group out, republicans and democrats in congress, and it's -- >> 57% now. if they could cast, even their own, the one they like, and people hate congress but like their own member, and throw them all out, and we asked this three years ago, and we asked this and have done it six times now and this is sitting at an all-time high. people are fed up, and the question is how are they going to respond. >> this as we take on the budget. >> and immigration, and comments like king not exactly helping. we have new developments on the security concerns tied to pope francis in brazil. >> the aftershocks continue but officials in brazil say they are satisfied with the detail. >> reporter: good morning.
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today pope francis goes to the shrine, brazil's largest and most important. earlier this week there was a pipe bomb discovered on the flex, as security turns continue to compete with the spiritual nature of the pope's first overseas trip. world tuesday is underway. opening with a mass on the copacabana beach. >> you see a woman reach out and hand him a baby, and what if she was not handing him a baby? what if she was handing him an explosive device? >> the vatican says security is reviewed every day, but there are no scheduled changes because of monday oka'monday's's chaos motorcade took a wrong turn. >> the pope was extremely happy,
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and he didn't close the window of the car. he had his arms out the window reaching out to everybody. >> world tuesday is an international festival, 170 countries represented, to spark revival, and a rock concert. >> you meet them all at once. >> and now led by a media savvy pope using twitter to welcome pilgrims, and reaching out to the young to build the future of the catholic church. >> when you interact with the pope you are basically interacting with jesus on earth. >> reporter: despite the security experts, the vatican says this pope is not going to change his style. he feels at home and he is going to continue to be informal and approachable. >> thank you very much. dozens of workers on a gas rig were rescued on tuesday after alasn explosion off the ct of louisiana.
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there was a sheen in the water about a half mile long. officials stress the blowout was not as damaging from pb that sent millions fr gallons of oil into the ocean, and so far no injuries have been reported. good news for apple, and courtney reagan joins us. good morning. >> apple posted another impressive quarter. apple ceo told investors new products will arrival in the fall, and more details will be revealed in september. and then dell, taking the company private today, but now that they upped the offer the vote has been postponed until august 2nd. >> thank you, courtney. finally this morning, a video that has taken off on youtube.
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after watching you may consider getting up to first class if you can. this guy gets stuck to a very drowsy person. he tried everything to wake her up, but most of the flight spent in that position. >> he has captioned and he tries to nudge her, and -- >> at the end, she gets up, and she leans up straight and then leans over and falls asleep in the other guy's lap. >> more opportunity. >> exactly right. >> lucky she did not drool. >> i could not take it. it happens. >> other people just film it. >> this is crazy, though. >> by the way, won't ask you what you would have done in a similar situation. you can head to the website, today.com, and we will give you the results of our informal
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survey, and put one more on that, go for the emergency exit. mr. al roker here with a check of the weather. >> a tropical disturbance going on and it's heading to the west making its way toward the caribbean, and we will keep an eye on this thing because it could cause problems for the atlantic coast, and by monday it's approaching puerto rico. we also have a big storm system complex making its way in through oklahoma and arkansas, and going to bring anywhere from one to three inches of rain. we will get to your local forecast in 30 seconds.
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and that's your latest weather. >> al, thanks so much. coming up, a new warning on our investigation on sales at your favorite stores. is a major retailer artificially inflating prices before claiming they're giving you a discount? but first, this is "today" on nbc. g you a discount? but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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and distracted drivers along i-80. the goal is zero deaths on the interstate from today through july 31. san francisco finally getting free of wi-fi in public areas. today city leaders along with google announcing a plan to bring wi-fi to parks and plazas. google is giving $600,000 for the project. christina loren says today is one of those bay area stunners. >> stunger shades required. a beautiful start to the day, this is silicon valley, this is san jose. a beautiful day shaping up. 92 degrees at lunchtime in anti-yough. we're going to see plenty of mid 90s. . in concord and 79 in fremont.
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>> with the bay bridge, we have those clouds overhead anyway. watching that, not a big deal. however we will look to the south. the map also show you north of 101, slow up and past capital all the way to the airport. the slowest part is 85, a new crash around camden is still in the lanes. north 101 another crash there, but it has cleared quickly to the shoulder. watch it north of san mateo. we'll get you back to the "today" show in just a couple of seconds.
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he's absolutely beautiful and they're both doing really well and we're so thrilled. >> grandparents to >> grandparents to a prince. that's a new role for the parent of the duke and duchess of cambridge. looking over their kid's shoulders as they raise the future king. we'll check in with natalie. meantime, it's 7:30 on wednesday morning, 24th of july. i'm savannah guthrie along side matt lauer and al roker and tamron hall. also ahead, when you are shopping at a store and you see sale prices, 30, 40, or 50% off you probably jump at them. but this morning, employees from one retailer warning not so fast. why they claim customers are being misled and in some cases not getting the deals they think
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they are getting. >> and on trending, a parody for the song of the summer. i know they love the song. >> yeah, it's a parody you have to see. >> a little gender bending going on. >> i've seen enough. let's begin with the role and influence the parents of the duke and duchess of cambridge will have on the new prince. natalie is back with us from kensington palace, good morning again. >> good morning to you, matt. even in her absence everybody was thinking about princess diana yesterday as william and kate walked down the step with their own bundle of joy. she would have been just 52 years old. william and kate have strong grandparents on both sides, and this is a child that will be loved and like any grandparents, these are grandparents that just want to spoil their new grandchild. with the queen as great grandmother and prince charles, the future king as grandfather, this will be a very special
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child. prince charles has already said he'll play his part in making the world a better place. >> i don't want to be confronted by my future grandson saying, why didn't you do something? >> camilla has grand children of her own from her first marriage and she says the baby is wonderful for charles and he's brilliant with children. well, maybe not all. but william will make sure there will be a diana influence. carol middleton will be the grandmother in chief, though and the one kate may rely on for help in raising the royal heir. carol's closeness to kate never more so than now. kate reportedly spending the weeks before the birth with her family. here is baby kate with her grandmother, carol's mother. a coal miner's granddaughter. carol has been a hands on mother to kate and sister pippa growing up. >> she is very close to all her children but kate being the married daughter, she is very
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close to her. >> reporter: her qualities have not gone unnoticed in royal circles. >> from what i've seen, she is a highly sensible young lady and she has got this thing that i admire which is a sense of responsibility without acting it. it's in there. and i think it's a wonderful match. >> reporter: kingdoms are passed down from generation to generation along with the crowns and the jewels. but from humble roots, carol middleton will be an influence on the future king. >> while kate's mother will be very much a helping hand royal experts believe carol and kate will be encouraged to let traditional nannys help out, especially as they have more and more royal engagements.
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>> natalie, thank you very much. and i want to say good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> camilla, let me start with you. we've seen the piece on the very different grandparents, the royals and the commoners. is that going to create a balance for this new baby or is it going to create conflict? >> that's the question on everyone's lips, matt. is this baby going to be more cambridge or middleton. carol middleton has a key role to play here. she doesn't face any competition in the absence of princess diana and as the mother of the daughter of this child that's going to take a firm lead in the upbringing, carol will be instrumental. prince charles was a voting doting father. he didn't get the credit he deserved when william and harry were being brought up. that went to diana. but he's going to be there and kate is going to be leaning increasingly on her parents. william calls michael dad. he'll want the child to be
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brought up there too. there will be a lot of trips to bucklebury. >> camilla makes it sound like everybody is going to get along. but when a grandchild is born there's a natural tug of war between the grandparent's families. can the middletons compete with the windsors? >> they can. it's worth remember that kate went to a very, very posh public school in this country where she moved around with lots of very wealthy aristocratic people. so i think you can overstate the difference between the two families but there won't be a lot of tug because kate will have the ability of her child to go regularly home to see mom and i think the palace will have learned the lesson of the diana experience and will have to work around that. >> and camilla, how long is it going to last over there in
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terms of the media crush surrounding this family, this young couple and their baby? is there going to be press out there on the one week anniversary of his birth? on the two week anniversary? when do they disperse? >> well, how long is a piece of string, matt? there's still a great appetite for this story. we have crowds of people outside buckingham palace today. long may that continue. they all want a look at the birth announcement. let's hope we do get the baby's first steps and the baby's first day at school. i think the couple respect while it's a private cherished moment for them they understand the world wants a piece of it and the press will be at least close. perhaps not on top of them for the first couple of weeks but will be watching as you well know. >> maybe at arms length. thank you guys very much. >> i was going to give you an answer. 18 years old. >> until the bill boy is an adult. >> we want to go outside and get a check of the weather from mr.
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roker. >> thanks guys. got the girl scouts. where are you from. >> central indiana. >> troop number? that was a test. it's right there. it says central indiana too. let's check your weather. we'll show you afternoon temperatures cooling down a little bit. that's nice. at least in the northeast around the great lakes. chicago will have a wind chill today. interior sections of the southwest. temperatures well over 100. heat advisories for central texas today. look for plenty of sunshine around the great lakes. 72 chicago. 70 in marquette, michigan. 87 in boston and more sunshine and heat into t 7:37 wednesday morning, a little bit local cloud cover, and we're losing that humidity. your temperatures are going to creep up, you might notice the difference. 92-degrees in livermore, 87
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degrees to san jose. we're going to hold on to temperatures in the low 90s inland over the weekend. and we're really going to lose that humidity come friday. hope you had a great day. your latest weather. matt, savannah. >> all right. al, thanks very much. did you see the picture we put up a second ago? the media crush at the arrival of the baby. check out what we found in the middle of that group. where is she? >> oh, natalie morales. what did it feel like to be there, nat? >> yeah, you know, i got emotional i think as everybody else did. you see a new little baby come down and it's just an emotional moment and historic moment. so i was happy to be a part of that. meanwhile, good seats there. scalper kind of tickets. those are great. way to go. >> did you wave at the car when it drove behind you natalie? >> oh, yes. absolutely. i mean, i couldn't help but turn
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around. we were in the middle of a special report and as i saw him get mt. first seat driving off by himself i was like oh my gosh, hi. >> i think we can all relate. >> a moment he'll never forget. i know. we'll see you in a little while. when we come back, new developments on a rossen reports investigation on sale pricing. insiders reveal while the bargains may not be a big deal after all. that's right after this. [ male announcer ] so you used the wrong flea killer.
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out against one of the country's most popular retailers and what they say may change the way you shop. >> reporter: the allure of the sale. prices too good to pass up and we eat it up. >> we love a sale. >> buy, buy, buy. >> everybody is looking for bargain. >> but now these jcpenney employees say some of those amazing bargains aren't bargains at all. >> it's trickery. >> these customers think they're get a good deal. >> and they're not. >> a few months ago jcpenney changed it's pricing model from every day low prices to sales. but these employees say jcpenney was just artificially inflating prices and then putting the same items on sale. gina stone said she did it when she worked at a jcpenney in virginia. >> all of a sudden the rack of
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$7 shorts became $14 and 50% off. >> what did you say to your bosses when they asked you to do this? >> they said it was coming down from corporate in texas. >> were you comfortable doing it? >> no. >> she quit the store after six months. bob still works for jcpenney at a store in florida. >> i saw a lot of pricing teams going through the store, raising the prices, mostly doubling towels and clothing. >> double the price? >> that's right. they would go on sale but not always for 50% off. not only was it a fake sale but they were paying more than previously. >> reporter: look what we funned at jcpenney. regular price, and sale price $649.99. but we checked with the manufactur manufacturer. the sale price is the same as the full price. >> how widespread do you think
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this is. >> very widespread. >> she is a marketed professor at nyu and says many retailers use those sale signs to lure us in. >> you feel smart. you feel happy. you feel you got a great deal. >> do you think they're playing on our emotions? >> the stores are completely playing on our emotions. >> in a statement jcpenney told us all the items put on sale must be previously sold at regular price for a reasonable period of time and it's pricing model is common in the retail industry. >> i don't think what they're doing -- it's to their detriment. >> why did you e-mail me and decide to come forward. you could lose your job for this. >> because i thought it was wrong and the public had a right to know. i don't think they'll survive if they keep doing this. >> so how do you know when a sale is really a good deal? here's the take away. before you guy anything, ask the store clerk was this product ever sold at the regular price? and how long has it been on sale? if it's been on sale for awhile, that's a major red flag.
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the time now is 7:56. i'm john kelly and we can tell you a controversial bar is about to open in downtown san jose, it's a bikini bar called the gold club, it's opening at the corner of west santa clara and market streets. it's a bikini bar meaning no nude ii nudity and no topless dancing. it's zoned for entertainment and it does have a permit for serving alcohol. that's why there's been no room for public comment. a young zoo volunteer came in contact with a rabbit bat. a 16-year-old volunteer found the small bat on saturday, the mexican free tail bat like the one shown on the screen appeared
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to be in distress outside the otter exhibit. the volunteer then picked it up and took it to the zoo veterinarian and it turns out that bat did have rain bies. >> we have a gorgeous day shaping up especially if you're by the water. fog still lingering on the ocean beach side. 79 degrees on the way for fremo fremont. temperatures continue to stay steady, we'll drop those humidity levels as well. getting comfortable on the roads there, mike? >> a look at west 80, we have a lot of company through the haze as you come toward university. west 80 at albany, two car s
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crashed in that second lane. 281 and 101 also showing that slow drive northbound through stang jose.
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♪ >> how about that? she's right behind us here. how are you? nice to see you. what a pleasure. thank you for coming. hi to all the folks in kentucky. it is now 8:00 on a wednesday morning. and we are happy to step outside on this beautiful wednesday. to say hi to the people who have gathered from all across the country. i'm matt lauer along with savannah guthrie and mr. al roker.
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and breaking news. we understand now that kate has left kensington palace. there's the car right there. >> oh, where's the baby? enough about her. >> we'll get more on that. we'll check in with natalie in a little while. >> we're talking about congressman anthony winer and his wife's decision to stand by him. we'll look at why some political wives do decide to stand by their men. >> some people are wondering how hands on will the duke and duchess of cambridge be when raising the little prince. will they buck tradition and go without a nanny. i say don't do that. natalie will have more on that. look at her chatting. >> but natalie is there in london. tamron hall is inside. >> good morning. a russian news agency is reporting that nsa leaker edward snowden has been granted permission to leave the international transit zone at a
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moscow airport where he's been holed up now for a month. the report says snowden will travel to moscow's city centre to pursue his bid for temporary asylum in russia. pope francis celebrating today and authorities found a crude pipe bomb earlier this week. despite security concerns including the mobbing of the pope's car on monday, the vatican says the pope does not style. former congressman anthony weiner is under pressure to drop out of the mayor's race. he reacted to a new report that he continued exchanging messages and photos with women online, at least a year after similar behavior forced him to leave congress in 2011. >> some of these things happened before my resignation. some of them happened after. but the fact is that that was also the time that my wife and i were working through some things
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in our marriage. >> his wife, huma abedin, publicly defended her husband. aaron hernandez will face a judge today to sdecide if theres sufficient evidence to put him on trial. he was charged with murdering a man. he's pleaded not guilty. more than 250 people in at least six states have come down with a stomach virus that may be linked to something they ate. at least ten patients had to be hospitalized. similar infections in the past were traced to imported fresh produce. new video has emerged showing that hard landing by a southwest airlines jet at new york laguardia airport was shot by a passenger inside the boeing. the front landing gear collapsed and the plane skidded to a stop.
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the aircraft was removed and moved to a hangar tuesday for further examination by the ntsb. a clean-up is underway in the denver rail yard where four tanker cars crashed through the wall of the maintenance building. railroad officials say the cars hauling denatured alcohol left after a track switch. no one was injured there. funny man jimmy fallon is a dad for the first time. the late night host and wife nancy welcomed a baby girl into the world tuesday morning and no word yet on a name. we have to wait on that one. a hair-raising experience for pop star beyonce at a concert in montreal. so she was in the middle of singing the very popular song "halo" when she got her hair caught in the electric fan. crews rushed in to help her. they even cut her hair to release her.
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but beyonce, she never missed a beat, she kept singing the song as if it's not happening at all. back to matt, savannah and al. queen b is what they call her. >> if i had a quarter for every time that happened to me -- >> yeah. >> exactly right. >> thank you. let's get a check of the weather. mr. roker is across the plaza. >> we have much nicer fans here. there you go. just turning 17. what's your name? >> jasmine. >> where are you from? >> detroit. >> good looking family, all right. let's check it out. see what we've got for you for today. pick city of the day, seattle, washington. king 5. one of the best nbc stations in the nation. sunny, warm. 82 degrees. we have a big cluster of thunderstorms in the midsection of the country. oklahoma, arkansas, looking at some rough stuff. we have a few showers in northern new england. passing through the mid atlantic states. some wet weather from the central rockies into the southwest.
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the heat continues interior sections of the pacific northwest. boise, 100 degrees. only four 8:06 now on a wednesday morning. take a look at this. we get to live here, so pretty outside right now. a little chop point the bay, winds picking up, this is all that is left in the marine layer. highs today are going to be a touch warm but won't be as humid out there, 92, livermore, 79, fremont, 89 in concord today. 79 in oakland and only hitting the upper 60s in the city by the bay, but that means you don't need your ac there. thursday into friday, temperatures stay steady and we continue to dry out. >> and that's your latest weather. >> all right, al. thanks. coming up, an interesting new twist on the song of the summer. it's going viral this morning. we'll explain why. and nanny or no nanny? how hands on will the duke and duchess of cambridge be in
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♪ use your debit or credit redcard for an extra 5% off our everyday low prices. we're back now 8:10 with what's trending today. we showed you this video earlier in the show. it was a woman falling asleep on a plane and i mean on the lap of a perfect stranger sitting next to her. he video taped his ordeal of trying to wake her up. later in the video she goes up straight and leans over the other way and falls asleep on the passenger on her other side. this lady was clearly very tired. so yeah -- >> that's one way to put it. >> air quote, very tired.
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>> that's right. the little bottles can really have an effect. on today.com we asked you what would you do if you were in this situation if a stranger fell asleep on you on a plane. here's the results. 82% said let them up. 9% said let them sleep. and 9% said video the whole thing and post it on youtube. >> what? >> i would wake them up. i would try to do what he did which was gently nudge but at some point you have to say excuse me, wake up. >> she was in his lap. >> it depends on what the person looks like. >> okay. good. >> well, then there's that. >> enjoy your trip home today. >> your convictions are so touching, al. >> meantime, trending on the website of the washington post, did you hear about the famous birth on monday, guys? >> who? >> penelope cruise welcomed a daughter on monday. also celebrating mitt romney,
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his son josh welcomed a baby boy with his wife jen and romney sweeted this photo of his daughter-in-law and says he feels royally blessed and that's true. and con congratulates to jimmy fallon. his wife nancy and he are the proud parents of a baby girl. their first child. this happened tuesday. but last but not least may we introduce you to ava alexander. daughter of peter alexander and his wife. congratulations to them. >> natalie offered a little set up. >> peter's like it's my daughter here. don't rush anything. trending on youtube, blurred lines is undoubtedly the song of the summer and it seems you can't go anywhere without hearing the song by robin thicke
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and t.i. but there's controversy with some critics saying it's sexist. but they're flipping the script. this new video reverses the gender role to show the women in control as we are in real life and the men are the models. >> what are they wearing? >> hanky panky underwear. women's underwear. >> they're wearing make up too. >> you might want to watch it like this. >> might be our next halloween costume. >> then trending on yahoo, they don't call her america's sweetheart for nothing, jennifer lawrence a star winning an oscar earlier this year starring in movies like the hunger games and x-men. when she spotted actor jeff bridges last week she couldn't
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help and couldn't resist going in. hi. i'm such a huge fan. oh my god. i'm so sorry. good to see you. i'm sorry for interrupting you. >> she done breathe. it's adorable. >> that's why people adore her. >> on the other hand, she also will go like that with anybody because if you remember -- take a look at this. >> oh, i remember. or not. >> or not. >> okay. never mind. >> there it is. >> al roker? >> he means something to me personally. >> what does he mean to you other than what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> actors are great but i love al roker. >> see we all forgot that al but you have it as your ring tone. >> yeah. i play it up in my dressing room. >> trending on the social news
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website reddit, meet in the way guy. it's not unusual to see marriage proposals at disneyworld. what is unusual is for someone to almost ruin the moment with very bad timing. just when he got down on one knee to propose to his girlfriend, erica, this guy walked right in between them and the man taking the photo. all right? it's gone viral. the happy couple did eventually get their picture perfect proposal moment but we found other instances where in the way guy got in the way. so take a look. that ruined that moment for a lot of people. this one could have been a lot better if he hadn't been there. and finally -- i mean, i'm up there on the top of the world trade center and that beautiful moment. this guy is everywhere. >> oh, the harlem shake. >> and he got over to england. >> blocked out the baby.
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>> we wouldn't want to go ten seconds without a royal baby reference. >> we fit it in where ever we can. >> that is what is trending today. >> meanwhile, coming up on the 8:00 block, a question tied to the baby prince, should the duke and duchess skip the traditional royal nanny? we'll talk about that. >> but first, new sexting allegations with anthony weiner but his wife spoke out in his defense. >> yeah guys, huma abedin has been on the campaign trail as her husband tries to make the political come back in the new york mayoral race. she has faced the media to say she is standing by her man. she was candid about the impact that inappropriate messages and pictures sent by her husband has had on their marriage. >> it took a lot of work and a
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whole lot of therapy to forgive anthony. >> she has been a top advisor to hilary clinton. there's painful parallels in their personal lives as hilary clinton endured what may be the most well-known sex scandal of all time. >> i did not have sexual relations with that woman. >> but he had and it lead to impeachment hearings that nearly derailed the clinton administration. through it all, hilary stood by her husband. other political spouses made the same choice in 2007 when the louisiana senator held a press conference to address a prostitution scandal. his wife was right there and even spoke. >> to forgive is not always the easy choice. but it was and is the right choice for me. >> reporter: we have seen similar imagines when other political couples were confronted with headlines from gary hart to jim mcgreevy.
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>> but it was different in 2009 when mark samford said he was going to hike the appalachian trail but turned up in argentina with his mistres. >> i've been unfaithful to my wife. >> he was alone too when his scandal broke two years ago. >> i'm announcing my resignation from congress. but this time abedin was there. >> anthony made horrible mistakes both before he re-signed from congress and after but i do very strongly believe that is between us and our marriage. so what i want to say is i love him. i have forgiven him. i believe in him. so his wife is obviously giving him a second chance. we'll have to see whether or not the voters of new york city will do the same this fall.
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thank you. let's bring in chuck todd. truth is there's the psychological and political here so we need both of you, jen let's start with you. the question for voters, even, is is this somebody who can control himself because the behavior suggests perhaps not. >> right, that's a really important question and clearly we see therapy. they mention that they went to therapy. there is something that is addictive about his personality. it's a sex addiction in some way. we have to look at what is his behavior doing with his emotional state and how are those impulses managing emotion and can we trust he can control it in a bigger environment. >> is something special about a person that could face the most humiliating of resignations over something like sexting and then continue to do it. >> there's something entitled about a person that can do it. i did it once and i got away with it. i can keep going. and to me, that's the question, can can we trust that he'll be
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humble enough to accept mistakes. >> people are interested in political wives that stand by their men. huma abedin is a shrewd political operative with a ton of experience. were you surprised at the lengths she went to defend her husband and be part of this come pain. >> if you want to look at past scandals and the wives that don't just stand by their man but speak up for their man, two jump out at me, hilary clinton that spoke up for bill clinton in '92 and '98 and saved him twice ploliticallpolitically. and then wendy when her husband survived the prostitution scandal. you wonder if that had an impact on voters. remember, huma works for hilary clinton. is that her political role model? is that where she is getting her advice? we know what hilary clinton did
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in the same situation. >> but it seems like what huma is saying is voters you can trust him because i have forgiven him. is this enabling behavior on her part? >> it could be. we don't noah work they have done behind closed doors. clearly they have worked on it together and it will help him. >> an interesting discussion. thank you very much. now let's go over to matt. all right savannah, thank you. meantime as william and kate settle into their new roles as parents some people are wondering how much help are they going to have? for more on that, let's go back to natalie at kensington palace. natalie? >> well, matt, william and kate said they want to be hands on parents and so far they have only hired a housekeeper but with their travel and royal engagements no doubt they'll need some help, perhaps a modern day mary poppins. [ music playing ] >> reporter: efficient, and
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slightly scary. well, okay so that's the movie. but the traditional english nanny has been at the heart of royal family life for generations. in queen elizabeth's day, whether married or not, nanny's were addressed as mrs. in a show of respect. prince charles had two nannys, william and harry had three and kate didn't have one. today's royal couple is determined to do things differently. >> they said we don't want to have huge amounts of people around us. we'd like to be hands on. william is taking paternity leave. >> reporter: he plans to change diapers and help out. maybe using some of the domestic skills he learned at college. but if the cambridges do decide to hire a nanny, there's no better place to find one. blessed in their old fashioned uniforms, they're the closest thing a wealthy family can get
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to having their very own mary poppins. they learn traditional skills but don't be fooled. these 21st century super nannys get training in martial arts to fend off kidnappers and learn advanced driving skills to cope with dangerous weather conditions and dodge the paparazzi. we're creating the most prepared nanny that we can for the modern day family. >> i think super nanny is the term or what would be in the job description, looking after royal baby cambridge. it can be more high profile. >> but maybe, for the moment, william and kate will go it alone and be super parents themselves. >> now until they decide on a
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nanny there will be no shortage of babysitter. prince and uncle harry and pippa and uncle james all met the new child and perhaps they can all take shifts. >> natalie, meanwhile, you have been there long enough you're going to have to start paying taxes over there. we know you'll be making your way back to the states in the next day and we'll see you at the end of the week. >> we'll see you at 9:00 too. thank you. you have been working tirelessly. so we wanted to give you some flowers. which we sent them fed-exyesterday. they're there. >> wow. >> so you're our little royal. we'll see you friday. >> i didn't see this coming. >> good, then it worked. >> thank you guys. it's been a real pleasure. i've enjoyed every minute. >> we'll see you in a few minutes at 9:00. coming up, bobby flay a.
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good morning to you t is 8:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. a pit but is recovering after a bizarre attack at st. james park in san jose. the dog, named chicha is in need of several stitches after a homeless man used a hand saw to hurt the dog over the weekend. witnesses say the man tried to attack the dog's owner and the dog stepped in to protect her. in the chaos, the pitbull hit the homeless man who then used the saw on the dog, leaving a three-inch-deep gash on her head a group of men who saw the attack, kicked and punched the homeless man and restrained him until police could get to that scene. check the morning commute with mike. how is it looking? >> north 880 through oakland. i don't see reports of crashes, but this has really kicked in
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north past the coliseum, high street and downtown, just a heavier build right now. look at the maps, also southbound out of san leandro, similar situation, san mateo bridge, dunn barton bridge, union city mission boulevard, a heavier flow of traffic, no crashes through that corridor. north bound route improving greatly through san jose, 280 slow around 880, 17, 880 slow but recovering better than yesterday 85 at the bottom of your screen, the lanes cleared at camden, approach 87. laura back to you. >> thank you very much, mike. another local news update coming up in half an hour. have a great morning.
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8:30 now on a wednesday morning, the 24th of july, 2013. we have a great crowd out on the plaza this morning. a cooler day here in new york city. if they were to come back on friday they would be treated to a great concert. train will be here. part of the toyota con -- concert series. good morning everyone. >> we'll check up with ron howard, the famed director this
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half hour. he's going to take us behind the scenes of his new movie. this is a look at the world of auto racing. we'll meet the driver who inspired it. >> looks like a good movie. plus if you're looking to save money this summer. we'll show you where to find the season's hottest deals. all right and then two stars of the kitchen are here to answer your cooking questions bobby and gianna get into the swing of things and answer your questions. >> some of you think i can be a bit clumsy. that's the favorite clip they love to show. well, some said there are people that are accident prone, they're built that way, born that way, they're clumsy. i went through all the different tests. i'll show you the results. >> do you have a balance issue? >> well, i don't want to give it all away.
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>> i bet the video says yes. >> they found something. >> where's the burn mark when you came to my house. >> but that was your fault. remember when you burned me. >> yes because i took your arm and jammed it into the oven. >> there's very talented athletes that have the same issue. >> you're a talented athlete? >> no, i'm not one of those. >> mr. roker, how about a check of the weather. let's see what we have for today, a nicer day today into the northeast and the plains. boise at 100 degrees. tomorrow we're looking at much cooler and milder weather in the northeast on into the ohio river valley. we do have a slight risk of strong storms on into southern minnesota. sunny and hot weather continues from seattle all the way down to san diego and the heat continues in texas as well with more rain as we move into the southeast. atlanta has almost doubled the amount of rain they should have for the
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8:32. good morning. i'm meteorologist christina loren. this is high top san bruno out toward daly city. the coastal fog continues to linger a lot of it has already burned off, making for a nice sunny finish today 92 in livermore. 89, santa theresa. 89 in gilroy. you have 79 in fremont today. temperatures stay steady, no extreme swings and we are going to lose that humidity as we head through thursday into friday. i hope you have a great day. and that's your latest weather. savannah. >> thank you so much. a lot of kids are enjoying time at camp this summer. we found one in virginia where things are really heating up. >> reporter: it's not your usual summer camp. just for girls, and fearless ones at that. >> you will now. >> reporter: at this fire camp in arlington, virginia, designed
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to recruit women to what's been a man's world by giving teens the chance to handle the heat. >> this is a job that people believe should only be men because people still believe that men are stronger even though they aren't. >> reporter: for three days they suit up. >> this is real fire. >> reporter: study and sweat along side real firefighters. >> i think females do bring a different perspective and different approach than males. >> reporter: a group of 300 firefighters on arlington's force, only 25 are women. nationally the numbers are lower. the most recent data shows women make up 4.5% of the force. out of 305,000 career firefighters, fewer than 14,000 are female. back in 1974, julie brewer was the first. the application wasn't welcome. >> he threw it right in the trash can and said this is not a job for a woman. >> reporter: but the 25-year-old mother of two fought her way
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into the firehouse. hazed by the men and hated by their wives. >> they didn't want me sleeping with their husbands and didn't want me sleeping with their husbands. >> reporter: she retired in tennessee in 1999. >> what does it feel like to wear that now. >> comfortable. very comfortable. >> for today's fire service, camps like these are the new front line. >> most of the time the community sees males. so, you know, we're going to bump that number up and show them, say, hey, you can do this too. >> my grandmother wanted to do it but there weren't really any opportunities for women. but there aren't really any boundaries really for women anymore. >> reporter: a chance to keep up with the guys. >> it just motivates you to try harder. >> reporter: or even blow right by them.
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for today, nbc news, memphis. >> good job. pretty cool. >> yeah. >> coming up next, ron howard opens up about his new movie "rush." but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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we're back now at 8:38 with a sneak peek at oscar winning director ron howard's upcoming movie. andrea sat down with howard and the man at the center of the heart pounding drama. nice to see you. good morning. >> good morning. you're a formula one fan. >> i like racing. >> i'm not particularly but i love this movie which is a good sign. >> that's a good review. >> it's not all about the racing. there's a lot of drama. it tells the story of two rivals back in the 70s. he was nearly killed in a horrific crash at the site of
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the 1976 german grand prix and that where i caught up with them together. >> reporter: as it's name implies "rush" is high energy, action packed, and full of drama. >> incredible match between these two great drivers. >> reporter: set in the competitive world of formula one racing, the film tells the true story of the intense rivalry between two of the sports stars of the 1970s. james hunt, played by chris hemsworth and nikki louda. >> and cut. >> reporter: oscar winning director ron howard says this movie is through of surprises. >> first of all, i don't think people expect the sexuality, the energy from me. but people who don't really relate to formula one or know much about it are really surprised by how engaging it is
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and emotional and surveillanspe >> a key part of the story is the horrific near fatal crash at the 1976 german grand prix. this is video from the actual crash. the scene was recreated down to the last detail for the film. with with nicky leading the way down the same track that nearly took his life 37 years ago, we follow add long to the site of the crash. >> what's it like walking along this track? >> tough. the trees and everything are still here. so i was lucky to get away with it. >> how hot did you get? how long were you in the car for? >> 55 seconds, 850 degrees. >> it sounds impossible to even survive something like that. >> i took all the flames in with all the fumes and damaged my
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lungs, so basically i was dead when i came to the hospital. they said i would never survive but thank god i did. >> not only did he survive, he would return to racing just six weeks after his accident. >> i think you look great for what you went through. >> thank you. >> will you show us your injuries or is that -- >> no, basically i have all of this here. ear is gone. but this is nothing. that's it and then i had the transplant all over the face here and two operations here because the eye needed to come back up. thank god my eyesight was never damaged. >> how hard was it to recreate such an explosive crash. >> fire is frightening to work around. we were recreating the fire but there were times when the whole crew paused after we put the flame out and acknowledged that this wasn't a scene we were inventing. this was an reenactment and it was one of the most authentic
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things in the whole movie. >> while the film is full of real life drama it wouldn't be a true hollywood production without sex appeal and women will find a lot of it in chris hemsworth's portrayal of james hunt. >> really serious question now, chris hemsworth butt shot. >> oh, that's very serious. i can tell that's very serious. >> my wife said the sail thing. >> what did you wife say? >> i said what are you trying to tell me, huh? >> the man is fit. what can i tell you? what better quicker way to get everybody, all the women in the audience on board than to go ahead and give them a look. >> he is cute. and nicky is an amazing guy and still active in the formula one racing world and in life. she the father of three and a half year old twins and his old rival passed away of a heart attack. it hits theaters on september 27th. >> i want to see that. it looks great.
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it really does. >> and ron howard, one of the nicest people i ever met. just the way you would expect. >> always has been. thank you very much. up next, the sales of summer. where you're going to find the hottest deals on everything from furniture to back to school items, but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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well, summertime means lots of beaches, barbecues and burgers but it also means bargains. she is the today contributor. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> you'll tell us what to buy and what's on sale right now. >> there's certain times of the year you can buy things where you're going to get the best price. it's pretty obvious as summer comes to a close things like outdoor furniture, lawn mowers and swing sets, you'll find great sales. a 20 to 40% reduction in prices. good time to buy them.
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>> good time to buy a bike. is this going to be this year's model? >> this is a thing about bikes. this is 20% off from a website called after school.com. it's a good place but make sure that you have the most recent model. one of the reasons bikes go down in price is there's always new inventions. new technology. so don't buy a really old model. just the last model. >> two times a year they mark down furniture, this is one of them. furniture follows fashion. when you think spring, summer sales on fashion, the reason is most furniture, it's the upholstery that changes. it's the colors that change. it's a seasonal thing. you're going to get a 20 to 60% reduction and the key is to buy the floor models. look for the best floor models and get the best prices. >> luggage, i think if you see a good price you should snap it up because you always need it. >> you travel. this set from macys is usually $600. it's now 199.99.
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a lot of people buy it right before they go on a trip so you might have already taken your summer trip. these are both from kohls. you'll recognize it. >> bed as good similar to furniture in that it's all beautiful but what you're going to find on sale are the bright colors from summer. you're going to find 40 to 60% off. even high name brands. >> so it's not just the winter white sale. you can get that stuff now. >> it's not winter white sales. think fashion, bedding and home all are the same kind. >> okay. back to school. people spend a lot of money this time of year. >> tons of money. walk into a store and ask them do you have a student discount. i shopped with my daughter yesterday and they gave a 10% discount. you just have to ask. computers might be big.
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dell is giving a $200 credit back when you buy a laptop $699 or over. >> if you're a student. >> go to their website and there's a student portal. apple is doing the same thing plus apple has a trade in. if you trade in an old piece they'll give you a credit you can use for another purchase. >> school supplies. staples has the penny. glue for a penny. >> wait a minute, you can buy something with a penny? breaking news. >> i know. they require you spend $5. you get a bunch of stuff for a penny. amazon has up to 60% off on essential school supplies. >> don't tell me there's deals on clothes. everybody is buying clothes for back to school. >> uniforms are big. children's place is offering 25% off. 30% off if you buy four items or more. >> okay. >> jeans. this is the thing about jeans. jeans you want to buy early in the season. do not wait. i spoke to levis and they said
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earlier in the year is better. you'll get 30 to 40% off. >> last item. dorm room furniture. people are shopping now. kohls has 30 to 50%. and the storage cube is $29. so you can't do better than that. >> elizabeth, thank you so much. coming up next, bobby flay, dilemmas.
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welcome back. we have a question. this is a tweet. she wants to know what is your favorite salsa recipe. why don't you start with this? >> salsas are great in the summer because i like to use tomatoes. buy whatever kind you like. right now the ripe vine are awesome and then i do the tomatoes in here and cilantro or parsely, a little red pepper flakes. c chipotle and to sweeten it up,
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orange juice. >> i like that. >> yeah, have you tried that? >> i haven't and tomatoes can always use a little sweetness to get the natural flavor of the tomato out. a lot of people put sugar in. >> not so hip on sugar in my food. >> i just put it all in the food processor and depending on how you like it. some people like it chunkier, you can just pulse it like that. >> how do you use that? >> okay. so i like to add it to pasta. >> can i taste a little. >> yeah. >> you just want to taste the sal at a part. >> go. >> i just put it right over the pasta. it's a great salad. it can sit at room temperature and add meets or chicken or whatever or i marinate it with chicken thighs and add the remaining salsa on top. >> let's give bobby a shot. >> lime juice and honey. have ripe avocados and they look like green tomatoes but they're
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a little tart and sweet and red onions, green onions, cilantro and chiles. i like to put this on top of grilled chicken or fish. i'm watching giada make her fresh tomato salsa. this is the moment and time you should use fresh tomatoes. >> i like both the recipes. they sound good. we have another question. this is from one of our visitors in the plaza. she says i like fruit in my salad, what's the best in summer and then what kind of dressing do you suggest with greens and fruit. >> this is team work. bobby came up with with the dressing. i'm doing the salad. >> i love arugala and i love peaches and cherries. they're rich and buttery. >> beautiful too. gorgeous salad. >> yeah and any fruit you want. i do that on top and crunch and
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hazel n haz hazelnuts. >> what would you do for a dressing? >> i make a simple citrus dressing, orange juice, lime juice and honey and fresh herbs. basil and also hint. i like to put it in a blender and just give it a whirl. >> would this be a dressing for any kind of salad with fruit in it or did you taylor it because of the peaches and cherries. >> anything for sure but i like the citrus waking up the fruits that giada is using. somebody does is salad and the dressing. >> it could be any fruit though. it would work. >> i want time for the last one. the happy family. how would you like to be the happie family. we need an icy beverage to serve with our dinners but they don't want a milkshakes. >> i love watermelon juice.
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take fresh watermelon juice. a little bit of lime juice and this is from the giada loves to use. it's really good. a very little bit. just bring out the natural flavor of the watermelon juice itself. pour it over ice. the kids go to sleep you break out tequila and add this to it as well. >> i do a little with basil and sugar and water. hello guys. >> hey. >> and lemon juice and sparkling water anded it to sweeten it up a little bit. that's it. pour it over ice. done. >> fantastic. guys. good questions. good answers. as always. we had one family here. they're going to ask the question but we didn't have time. you can ask your question when we go to break.
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more of "today" right after your local news and weather. good once morning to you. it 18:56. i'm laura garcia-cannon. a new lawsuit could delay the start of the america's cup finals. the suit filed by the head of the african diaspora sailing maritime group claims the yacht club did not act in good faith when it rejected the team's application back in 2011. the two sides are expected to meet with a new york judge today. let's check the forecast now
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with meteorologist christina loren. >> hey, good morning to you, laura. good morning to you at home. temperatures in the low 90s, not quite as humid out there as we head through the nix few days and we are going to hold steady, temperature-wise, no major swing that is good news. temperatures going to be nice and comfortable just before he day through sunday. hope off good one. good morning! wow.
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welcome to today on this wednesday morning, july 24th, 2013. i'm willie geist along with mr. al roker and mel b, scary spice and america's got talent judge. she is with us while natalie is hanging out with the royal baby. that's called best song ever. a little p-- >> you guys were big everywhere you went. >> they're good kids and they're
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not crazy. they're down to earth and traveling the world. what an experience. >> they were here in november. they'll be back later this summer by the way. >> do you like them? >> my daughter who is 6 years old loves them. >> you didn't answer the question. >> do i like them? if your kid has to listen to music it's tolerable. >> well, there's a quote. >> it's tolerable. >> she has a poster of zane in her bedroom. >> i actually like -- >> it's good music. >> yeah but they were so nice -- we came in, it was in november, my second day on the "today" show, they were here and i brought my daughter in. they could not have been sweeter or nicer. >> they seem to still be enjoying themselves. >> good kids. >> let's talk about the entrance you made on america's got talent, the live audition last night. again tonight by the way. walk us through this. >> that's the poll. >> the actual poll. >> and there was no safety net
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so i would have fallen off to my death. >> did you come down from the ceiling? >> yes. >> as you started to drop -- obviously you rehearsed it but as you started to drop live, was there any misgivings thinking this could go horribly wrong? >> it could go horribly wrong. the thing hi to put my foot in was this big. no harness, no safety net, nothing. it was risky. i'm clinging on for my life. do you see that? doesn't look very comfortable at all. >> but you well abject terror well. >> you do. >> note to self-. i like that. >> you hid it very well. we'll talk more about america's got talent and show the clips of the stranger acts. >> i just howie mandell. >> we'll talk to him in a few minutes. i want to get your take on a story dominating the news, anthony weiner who is running for mayor here in new york city now asked for another chance after revelations he continued
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that sexting after his 2011 resignation from congress. the new allegations involve a 22-year-old woman who claims she and weiner met online last july and sent sexily explicit imagines to each other and had phone sex. the relationship began to fizzle out by november last year. here's the press conference which includes his wife huma abedin. >> i have said that other texts and photos were likely to come out and today they have. as i have said in the past, these things that i did were wrong and hurtful to my wife and caused us to go through many challenges in our marriage that extended past my resignation from congress. while some of the things that have been posted today are true and some are not, there's no question that what i did was wrong. >> our marriage, like many others, has had it's ups and it's downs. it took a lot of work and a whole lot of therapy to get to a
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place where i could forgive anthony. >> now he says he will not drop out of the new york mayoral election. new york times and new york post insisting he do so. he used the name apparently e-mailing with this woman, carlos danger was his screen name. >> yeah. >> what do you think, not so much about the scandal but about his wife, huma abedin, not just being at the press conference but speaking on his behalf. >> that's a hard thing to deal with. i don't think she has forgiven him even though she said that in her speech. a woman scorn sd the worst thing ever. >> forgiveness is a process. >> it is but if it keeps happening time and time again you have to really rethink everything and i'm not sure if they're just doing it for press now or if he actually genuinely forgive him and still love him. that's a really difficult one. that really is. >> think about what he said
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yesterday. after he was forced to re-sign from congress and made up with his wife, after they had a child together he resumed the same thing that got him into trouble to begin with. >> i think he has a problem perhaps. >> huma abedin began as an intern 1996 in the clinton white house. worked side by side, one of hilary clinton's top aids when running for president and secretary of state. still works with hilary clinton. they have a close relationship. it goes without saying that hilary clinton had experience in the area of dealing with very public controversy involving her husband so at least a good sounding board there for her. >> but when it keeps on happening, that's just torturous. >> indeed. now back to the royal baby. we have gone long enough without talking about the royal baby. >> from that to this? >> yes. yesterday we got our first look at the baby and the proud new parents. here's what they had to say outside the hospital. >> well, got a good pair of lungs on him, that's for sure.
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>> any parent knows what this feeling feels like. >> it's very special. >> she looks great. >> she does. >> she loves lovely. >> and natalie morales standing guard for us again this morning. natalie, we have a great photograph taken by one of the news agencieagencies. she's coming home soon she swears. a great shot of natalie morales as william and catherine address the media with her iphone. >> taking pictures. >> natalie, good seat for you there. >> of course. i know. i had like a front rowand i got to tell you, i mean it was an amazing moment. truly emotional. a historic moment. for some reason seeing this new little bundle of joy and the royal couple, you can't help but get so excited, especially after i have been reporting on it for nine days so to finally see the
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fruits of my labor as well as their labor. that was a great moment. the royal couple they actually left the palace and are headed to bucklebury. spend more time with kate's parents, the middleton so that baby can meet and get to enjoy the grandparents a little bit more. the queen did visit the couple for about a half an hour earlier this morning, visiting her great grandchild here meeting him for the first time. that's right. and uncle harry, now uncle harry, also came by and pippa and james reportedly as well have all met the child. so really great moments yesterday. what struck a lot of us was of course not just seeing the baby for the first time but the royal wave, you saw his fingers kind of go like this. so i immediately -- >> really? >> i also thought -- seeing kate
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in the blue and white polka dot dress i don't know if that was intentional or not but you can imagine she was thinking very much about what she wanted to wear and she chose that blue and white polka dot, very similar to the one that diana wore which was sort of a green and white dress. but what i also loved about that dress was the fact that you didn't see -- it didn't seem like kate was trying to hide that he just had a baby. she still had the little left over bump left. >> hold on. hold on. >> i thought she looked incredible. i didn't see a bump. >> she just had a baby. >> there's a tiny little bump. tiny. >> she looked gorgeous. >> she just had a baby. she looked great. >> i didn't have a baby and i have that. >> when you come out of that maternity ward you don't look like a super model and she looked like a super model but she had that little bump and it was such a real moment. a lot of people were like that's what a new mom looks like when you come out.
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that was great. >> how about william driving the car. >> people love the prince william moment. >> that's good. >> yeah. >> they're both down to earth. >> that was great. >> he nailed it. >> took me five times to get the car seat in. he has millions watching. boom, out. >> the whole world watching and he drops it right in. >> you guys are hill lairous. >> that's a prince. >> that is. >> then you think he's going to get in shotgun. >> you can hear him also audibly say that and wipe his brow. i think every parent can relate because you know how hard it is to get the car seats in there first try. >> that car seat performance bodes well for what kind of father he's going to be. >> this guy is good. call it a day. take a day. give it to william.
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>> he earned it. >> natalie, when are you coming home? let's get to the important matter? >> i am on my way home tomorrow. i'll be back in on friday. >> all right. >> yea. >> the fortnight comes to an end. >> wait a minute, we just heard a cheer coming from northern new jersey. >> your husband. >> josh, luke, and joe. >> that would be my kid who is are missing me. >> and joe. >> yeah. >> natalie, you've done a great job. we can't wait to see you back here. >> yeah. >> all right. i'll bring some london treats for you. >> cool. >> we look forward to it. >> see you guys later. >> all right. we'll talk to you. this is a piece of video we have to show you at once. kid dos the incredible things. if you have a baby, if you have an older sibling with a little baby, i think you're going to relate to this video. this is a mother walking in on her three-year-old daughter and 21 month old son.
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what did you do. you are in huge trouble by the way. super big huge trouble. yeah, you are not supposed to do that, are you? are you okay bradley? >> so the little girl said mom i was covering him in cream to protect him from the sun. the trouble is it was diaper cream. >> on the upside, the kid made $20 as a mime. >> my kid did crazy things too. my 14-year-old once shaved her entire two eyebrows off and we were going on holiday the next day so i had to draw her eyebrows in because i was going on holiday with my boyfriend's parents. >> how old was she? >> about three and a half. thank god she didn't cut herself. >> you're lucky she did a clean save at three. >> i know. >> that's impressive.
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>> we cutoff nikki's hair. when she was six -- nikki had a nice big afro. it was ugly. my son once ate diaper cream while i was changing his diaper and my wife is like i'm trying to work through this. i don't understand how this happened. did you not notice he had diaper cream in his mouth. >> and you said, i had no answer. >> how were you at putting the car seat in. >> no good. backward the first time. let's get a look at the weather. >> all right. let's look at today. first of all, we have tropical depression four. it's going to make it's way to the west and cause problems as we head toward the atlantic. that will be sometime late saturday into sunday. and strong storms making their way through the mid-section of the country. that will cause problems
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9:12en of a wednesday morning. good morning, i'm meteorologist christina loren. no more marine layer, a haze over the bay bridge, a great day shaping up. we are losing that humidity. that will really continue. you will notice the difference by friday. that dry heat returns. 92 today a little humidity in livermore. 79, fremont, 79, oakland. 66 on the way to san francisco. getting into the all-important weekend and we are so close now, temperature says it steady. like i said, that dry heat returns. we were just saying the best thing would have been if he pulled off and kate was still standing there. >> just left there stranded. >> he got the seat in and buckle on and pulls away and kate is still on the steps. >> mel's partner in crime, howie mandell. >> howie danger. >> he's taking a self-portrait. >> howi[ female announcer ] is your conditioner doing the job?
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[ music playing ] >> by far the best act of the night so far. great entertaining. >> yeah. >> they were brilliant and athletic and i was so impressed. almost as impressed as i am that this young lady is sitting here today looking so beautiful and so refreshed. >> explain that? you were in trouble last night. the two of you -- >> taf show, the show continued. >> we went for a night cap. >> i invited you back to my hotel for a night cap. i left and she was still capping. >> i was for a little bit. i think i finished at 2:30. >> 2:30. wow. >> yes, i have no idea where i am right now. >> does everyone come to that? heidi. >> yes, i invited heidi and mel back to the hotel for a night
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cap. >> you didn't even tell howard this was going on. >> heidi klum and mel b. are sitting there and you say would you like to come back to the hotel. do you need howard? >> do you see what i deal with all the time. >> first live show yesterday. what was that like? >> amazing. energetic and exciting. radio city music hall. it's entertainment, it's iconic. you live here, you're probably jaded but new york city, that audience. >> wasn't it? it was great. >> and the acts were fun. >> they were. >> what was your favorite mel. >> i liked the five young girls, the fresh faces. >> i didn't like them. it was like a dance recital. when the teleprompter says thanks for coming. is it over. >> i want to talk about my other
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show too. >> you're on it. >> she's on it. >> we have a clip of that show. >> can i describe it. deal with it we put hidden cameras in a place and we call somebody in like a restaurant, we'll call one of the patrons back and say do you want to be on a game show. all you have to do is listen to mel or some other celebrity. if you want to do it, you win money. if you don't want to do it but in this clip, mel b. sees a lady sitting with her husband and she gives her the ear piece and the wife has no idea she is on a game show. >> you saw her eating the chips. >> i told him to tell her to stop eating the chips. >> $500. watch this. >> grab the bowl of chips and just throw them. >> you need to stop eating the chips. >> look at her face. look at her face. >> did you really just do that right now. >> uh-huh. >> she is getting up. >> she is done. >> if you can't get her to stay
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good morning tour 9:26 now. i'm laura garcia-cannon. police caught a trio of suspected burglars who broke into a santa clara gun store this morning. the store owner says as the three were breaking into reed's indoor gun range, they tripped the silent alarm. police recovered seven guns stolen from the store. all three are in custody. san. san mateo county sheriff's department searching for a peeping tom this morning. investigators say the man spotted two women as they showered inside their homes on the northside of town. so far no suspect description has been released a a coast-to-coast crackdown on speeding and distracted drivers starts today on interstate 80. the goal is zero deaths on the
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oakland, glassy, not a lot of movement, moving better now. northbound past the coliseum, a lot of traffic bursting the past hour, 880, past the coliseum into downtown, things calming down, your drive speeds are averaging around 27, 30 miles per hour, head from san leandro to downtown. better 580 through the air yar improving. a nice smooth drive south, northbound routes finally starting to show speeds coming up into the 50s for most out there, laura. tough morning there. back to you. >> tough one. thank you very much. another local news update for you in half an hour. hope you have a great morning.
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that's one direction. is it one direction? >> it is. you know your one direction. >> my daughter said dad your play list looks like that of a 14-year-old girl. >> that's good. you're keeping it young and fresh. >> i listen as the kids are in the car all the time. >> katy perry. >> spice girls. >> spice girls of course. >> greatest hits. >> spice world on dvd playing in the car. >> now you're pushing it. >> it was a fine film. welcome back to today on this wednesday morning it's july 24th, 2013. i'm with al and melb.
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coming up it's never too early to start saving for retirement but where do you begin? what's happening there? al and i will team up with a couple of our interns for a competitive lesson. that's plenty now. >> stop. >> we'll tell you how to get started. >> what are they? cracking lobsters? >> i have no idea what we're going to do over there. >> summer fashions in the spotlight. how to look like a star for less. we'll tell you what dresses are turning -- >> oh, in the spotlight. >> we get it. >> we get it. >> they're turning heads this season for a price you won't mind paying. >> the comedy doesn't stop here. >> it's the blair witch project. >> i like how you're talking about the fashion statement. i like that. >> whether it's something you did or didn't do it wasn't take a lot to wind up in the doghouse. look at the teases so far. >> i love them. >> we have things to get you out
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of the doghouse. but first a look at the weather. >> we'll start off with wet weather from the southeastern atlantic gulf coast to the plains. the heat continues from the pacific northwest into the southwest. nice and mild in los angeles today, 79 degrees. tomorrow the cool weather continues through the great lakes. risk of strong tomorrows into the central plains. western third of the country is toasty and mor 9:32 on a wednesday morning, a foggy golden gate bridge to show you, but most of the bay area is nice and sun is any. at this point we just have some low clouds hugging the coastline, 79 in livermore. current temperatures, 66 in san jose. at noon today, going to see a five to ten-degree climb, 84, break for lunch in livermore, rounding out the day at 92. 87, san jose, 63 on the way to redwood city. staying steady temperature-wise, we lose that humidity by the end of the week.
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this morning on investing 101, your retirement plan from roth iras to 401(k)s, it can be overwheling. he is going to test our smarts with a quiz. we'll be competing with the help of two interns. good morning everybody. >> good to see you. >> is that with a you call it? test the knowledge? i call it crushing the spirit. >> wow. >> who is ready. >> first of all, it is very confusing when you sit down and say where do i put me money, how do i make sure my future is solid? >> it s. there's a lot of options. we have options. i get confused. it's easy to be confused so hopefully we can cut through the confusion and go through basic terms but in a format that does include soul crushing. i'm pulling for clare. >> okay.
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>> let's get the gavel. we're ready. >> okay. question. i give you multiple choice if you think you know the answer i want you to break the podium. here we go. question number one and i'm ready for press your luck part two when they return. invented in 1978 this plan is a staple for american retirement investing. pension, b, 503 b, c, 401(k). >> c. >> c is correct. >> boom. >> 1,000 points, or 1 point. whatever. 5.17 points. all right. question two. investing in a roth ira maybe a smart choice for, a retirees, b, lower to middle income families, c, wealthy families. >> corbin. >> b. >> b is correct. lower to middle income families designed for people who will make more later in life. they can invest over a certain
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amount if you make over 180,000 as a family you are barred from the roth ira. 1,000 to 1,000. question 3. life insurance that can be used as an investment and that has a cash value is known as a, whole life. b, term life, c, long-term. >> a. >> a is right. whole life. >> you can take loans against it. you guys are getting a little ague aggressive on the gavel there. >> you told us. >> fair enough. fair enough. >> i like this role. here we go. if you are under 50 years old, the maximum amount pretax you can contribute to a 401(k) plan this year is a, 5,000, b, 9,999, c, 17,500. >> corbin and al. >> c. >> that is correct.
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17,500. if you're over 50 1/2 you can invest more. >> if you're my age, you can forget it. >> you're half dead. >> this is the tie breaker. >> this is my favorite question. i'm skipping ahead. it's going to test your math skills brown university. let's see if you can get this right. >> i'm a humidity major. >> perfect. if at 30 years old, you have $5,000 invested in stocks and contribute nothing else ever again. so 5,000 at 30 years old and you get an average sock market return -- >> come on. >> i like this. >> come on vanderbilt. 5,000 at 30, you get an average return of just 8% but nothing else is put in. when you turn 65 you will have saved on that 5 grand, a 8,000, b 45,000, c 25,000?
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>> 5,000 at 30. nothing else -- >> a? >> a is right. the magic of compound interest. if you get 8% a year. >> what time does the train get to chicago? >> it doesn't get there. >> what do we get? >> your prize is a bag of money. >> a bag from a railroad. >> maybe it's motoroil. hopefully we got something out of that. >> thank you. thank you to our young financial advisors. a subject near and dear to al's heart. summer dresses. like the ones mel b. wears. summehey!esses. yummm! totally got it all! don't forget your favorites, girls. hey girls! the good ol'days when we could eat as we wanted. yes, but we are not 18 anymore. sometimes if i eat as i used to my digestive system gets out of whack.
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you have your florals with attitude. >> florals with attitude. >> yeah. >> go girl. >> mel as right on trend as you can see here. here to help with us with the a-list looks, our good friend the life style editor at guilt.com. >> you look great. >> thank you. so do you mel. >> are you finished the two of you? >> we have a lot to say. >> let's get into these. we want to begin with the mullet dress. >> it's also known as the high-low hem. it's perfect. if you don't know if you want to go short or long -- >> short in the front, long in the back. >> it gives you the both. this is a great trend. we have seen it everywhere. this by bcbg. >> i love bcbg. >> isn't it great? and this color is the color of the summer. this is quite a look for the price. >> do you know what mullet means in america.
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>> yeah. >> business in the front, party in the back. >> no, party in the front -- >> no, party is in the back. >> oh, you're right. oh my gosh i totally lost it. >> don't question my on a mullet. >> i couldn't pull one off. >> let's move on to austin wearing florals with attitude. >> floral with attitude. >> i like that. >> it's so much attitude. >> work it girl. >> so we are loving florals with just a lot of tude. it's all about big and gold sprints and this dress you'll never guess how much it is. >> how much? >> $42. >> come on. >> it's by maggie london. >> dolce and gabana are doing a lot of floral. >> yeah, it's just perfectly on trend. a great bag from lulus and she looks so sheik. >> looking good. thank you very much.
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let's bring out jane in a skater dress. what's a skater dress. >> do you really want to know? >> well, it's sort of -- it's named after the shape. >> like a figure skater. >> yeah it's also fit and flair. so emphasis on a real waist. >> my teenager would like that. >> it's super cute and we're loving the bright bold colors. it's a youthful silhouette. so you want to look out for this. this dress is just $41 from express. >> you're looking great. let's bring out shana. >> this is my print. i love a bit of leopard. >> mel can work a body con like no other. >> this is a body con situation here. >> yes, it's short for body conscious. it's about showing your curves. the leopard, this dress has totally catittude.
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i love it. >> you look fantastic. our final run, olivia with the flapper dress. >> it's all right. >> yeah, it's sort of gastby style. >> the roaring 20s. >> the roaring 20s. it's taken american fashion by storm. >> that's true. >> so she is -- this dress is made for dancing from river island and it's really -- >> i like river island too. >> it's great and i know, i know, it's great. to keep it looking modern and not so costumey go easy on the accessories. >> great stuff ladies. >> thank you. >> thank you guys. >> look at you all. >> how much do we know about smoothing things over with the spouse in we'll go head to head -- >> do you know about that or not? you do. not? you do. [ woman ] i could see it in their faces. they weren't looking at me. ♪ i can't believe i still have acne at my age.
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>> that's true. >> did you hear the dog bark? >> yes, getting out of the doghouse. we'll help you with that. rachel is a dating relationship expert and matt is a matchmaker and dating an relationship coach. good morning to you both. you give us the scenario. we say do or don't. if we get it right, with we have three characters. they're going to move across the screen from the doghouse into the good house. >> this is yea great graphic. >> the first one is apologize even if you had no idea what you did wrong. >> do. >> wait, don't. >> you don't want to apologize. >> i meant to say don't. >> do. >> you don't want to apologize but if you have no idea what you did wrong your issues will keep cycling. >> happy wife, happy life. just apologize. >> here's the next one, do something terrible you should wash the dishes, clean the house, buy something special for
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that person. >> no. >> what's wrong with you guys. >> do, do. >> mel, what's wrong with you seriously. >> i'm not doing cleaning. >> random acts of kindness are good. you should be doing it anyway. >> no. >> yes. here's the next question, admit that you're wrong even if you don't think it's that great of a wrong. >> oh, that's a tricky one. >> i'll say do. >> why would you admit you're wrong. >> you want to validate their opinion. >> the last one is you have a terrible fight so you send flowers to their work to completely apologize. >> sure. there's no harm in that. >> absolutely not. >> what? >> it's your beeswax, you don't want that business -- people wonder why she's getting the flowers. there's office chatter, she might be having a bad day. >> you're so wrong.
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>> are you married, matt? >> no comment. >> get to the house here. >> i haven't even moved. >> al and i are right about that one. >> you're moving us on that one. >> that's crazy. >> the last question is if your partner has been turning their back to you, do you continue to ignore them because they were giving you the silent treatment. >> no, you don't. >> engage. >> engage. >> unless you're in matt's world and then you say yes. >> then you just leave. >> ignore them. >> how did we do? >> willie is closest to the house. >> mel is still eating kibble. >> i'm in the dog house. >> what happened? >> good boy. >> your character is really hot. >> wow, willie. >> he won change the flowers so don't worry about that. rachel, matt, thanks so much. back in a moment. we'll say good-bye to natalie but first this is "today" on
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before we go quick, let's say good-bye to natalie who is on her way back. natalie you did a spectacular job. no natalie there, though. >> no. >> we're not saying good-bye to natalie. >> but she is catching a good vibe. we'll be back soon. mel b. not quite as swift getting to the couch. >> i was dancing. >> carson daly is joining hoda coming up and they'll have barry
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good morning tour 9:56 now, i'm laura garcia-cannon a con strollers bar is about to open in downtown san jose. it's a bic deanny bar called the gold club, opening next month in
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a few blocks from city hall t is a bikini bar meaning no nudity, no topless dancing, because the building has housed a nightclub before it is zoned for entertainment and has a permit for selling alcohol. that's why there's been no chance for public comment. people living near the oakland zoo are on alert this morning after a young volunteer came in contact with a rabid bat. zoo official says 16-year-old volunteer found that small bat on saturday. the mexican free tailed bat, like the one you see here, appeared to be in distress outside the otter exhibit. the volunteer picked it up and took it to the zoo vet trip nairian. turns out that bat had rabies. want to check the forecast now with meteorologist christina loren. >> hey, thanks. yeah, not as humid today. temperatures creeping up a touch. you might notice a difference. 92 degrees on the way to livermore, 89, santa theresa, 89 on the way to gilroy today. the giants back at it after a big win last night. they are taking on the reds again. catch that game on our sister station, comcast sports net bay
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area at 7:00. 57 degrees. kind of a chilly game headed out there make sure you bring a jacket with you. highs stay steady, only fluctuating slightly the next few days. find out how that drive is fluctuating with mike inouye. it does tend to change dramatically the last hour or so we are looking at 880 now, southbound headingo the bottom of the screen, fremont, past the truck scales. there is a good volume there, speeds up into the 50s now, the map will show the same area, dakota toward mission, going to the 50s, upper 50s some times. 50s, 257, a crash that took a while to clear at trim bull. golden gate bridge. back to you. >> another local news update in half an hour. we will see you then. good morning! wow.
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from nbc news this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. it's a wines day wednesday and i have to say -- >> her name is hoda, she was a show girl. >> we have barry manilow coming up a little later. >> how do you skip over that, barry manilow's here! >> barry manilow is here in the fresh and his voice has not changed. >> incredible. >> did you see him yet? >> no, i was hanging out with his writing partner, he's awesome. musical royalty today.
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>> i'm a little bummed because today, you guys, is carson's last day with me. >> it will be okay. this will all return to normal for soon. they can turn these cameras on and start to broadcast. all we do is rehearse all the time. >> so, we have happy amelia erhardt day. >> very interesting. >> royal baby yesterday, there was a moment everyone was waiting for, mom, dad, the cute little bundle was out on the steps of the hospital, similar to diana and charles coming out with william 31 years ago. >> right. >> everyone wants to get a tight shot and see the baby. i thought she looked great, by the way. >> she was in kind of a tight dress. i know lots of women were talking about that. i thought that was cute. look at that little hand gesture there. >> that's definitely a royal wave. >> you'll see the royal middle finger here in a second.
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hey! media, here you go. go easy on me for the next 90 years. >> steven colbert had a great take, because everyone was talking about how beautiful kate looked when she came out and a lot of women the day after you give birth you don't look like that. anyway, steven colbert had fun with it. >> this is the n standard what you must look like 24 hours after giving birth, smiling, glamorous, hair perfect, radiant and fresh. okay, step up your game. >> so bad. >> that's funny. he's right, though. jessica alba, some of these beautiful women have set the standard and we see them in the pictures. when you're a woman, can be intimidating. she looked great. >> do you remember when you first took your baby home? >> yeah, i do. >> william took it, stuck it in the car, locked it down. >> we hadn't bought our car seat until the day before. we were barely prepared. he was well rehearsed. i see he went with the britax,
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we have the boulevard in the daly household. that's a snap and go. that base is already in there. the baby is harnessed in, it's snapped in, then he drives off. most dads don't get it right. we got home and i realized in hindsight jackson, my son, was barely even restraint. i had his arm out, his head was over here. we actually walked in our house in santa monica with our first kid and you've probably done the same thing, it's such an overwhelming moment. you're so surprised the hospital lets you leave with this precious cargo. we put jackson on the table, now what, what do you do now? >> how was the drive from the hospital home? i wondered with him behind the wheel, you're responsible for more than just you and your wife. >> you do have precious cargo and that drive is something you'll always remember unless you have royal secret service driving you. >> he drove himself. >> blind spots, you drive defensively. you assume someone is going to hit you and avoid it at all
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costs, of course. >> congrats to our good, good friend jimmy fallon, he and his baby had a baby, too. they have not yet named their baby either. >> what are they waiting for? >> waiting until they know what to name the baby. >> they are great. congratulations, jimmy and nancy, that's awesome. so, there was a couple who was in disney world and the husband was about to propose to his future wife. >> at disney world, is that romantic to you? >> that would not be in my top 20, not in my top 20. so, there's a moment, moment you remember for a lifetime. every now and then someone steps in the middle of it and kind of blows it. there was some guy and they are calling it the in the way guy. do you see him with the thing around his -- okay, he stood right in front. >> that guy is proposing to that guy. i'm like who's the person -- i'm waiting for goofy to come out. this is not a same-sex proposal. >> no, it is not. the wife's behind.
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anyway, that guy has gone viral, they are calling him the in the way guy. he actually popped up with the royal couple on the steps of the hospital. he popped up there. and he popped up in a couple other places. there he is. in the way guy. >> people are just putting him in photos. does he have a broken arm? he was there then? wow. >> he's been around. he's been around. oh, famous photo. >> people have way too much time on their hands. >> who has that kind of time? can we talk about anthony wooeiner weiner? >> it's my last day, let's talk. let's talk about the speech she gave yesterday. standing by your man is one thing, but, you know, falling on the sword is something else. that seemed like an incredible thing that she did. >> here's what happened. in 2011, anthony weiner apologized for these lewd acts that he was doing, texts and stuff, then he said he was going to make it all better. well, it turns out that he was not only apologizing for what he
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did do, he was apologizing for what he was going to do, because he said more things were coming out. but, in fact, they were things that happened since that apology and there was a big "people" magazine spread -- >> what happened to that family, the baby -- >> it said i'm a different man now. they said when that thing was printed, he had sent a sext to that girl a week before that. >> while he was apologizing, pretending to be a changed man, he was still in the sexting acts. >> she looked really in pain. >> why would she give such a big speech like that, though, didn't make any sense. i felt sort of sorry for her. they are three years into their marriage, then they have a baby, think they can get it back on track. >> he's running for mayor. >> this stuff happens, she's on the campaign trail. first three years of your marriage is supposed to be the honeymoon phase, where does it go from here? >> you wonder, every woman turns into judge judy, so does every man. how could you do that? we don't know what's happening
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in their world, but most women just stand there like a potted plant, stare there, they have the dead face and the husband says he's sorry and will never do it again. but all these guys get another go at it, a lot of these guys that have been through it. >> spitzer. >> yeah. >> sexting is weird to me. >> sort of pervy. >> i think the other guys -- >> sickness, isn't it? deviant work late at night. he needs help. can he still run in new york, could he win the mayor race? >> i don't know. the voters can compartmentalize like that. if he had the bill clinton factor or factors from other politicians that have come back from something like this, then maybe, but there is a creep factor people are noticing. >> does it stop here, or is there more in the future? >> i don't know. he said he thought his immunization by saying there's
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more if anything comes out, remember, i told you there was more. so he said that, you know, i would guess there's probably more. >> definitely more. the answer is, yes. >> the answer is -- should we show these or no? this was his name when he was sexting. >> carlos danger? that is just disgusting. >> why is that your name, carlos danger? and you know what, if you read the sexts, and don't read them, if you choose to, they are bad. >> read one. >> no. >> every time there's a bad word, substitute it with roker. >> you are -- >> i'm alone at night holding my roker. what are you doing? can you send me a picture of your roker. is it like that? how explicit is it? oh, these are them? >> be careful. >> still holding your hair. okay, i spread your roker. your lauers are swinging
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already. take out -- that's a good read. hold on, i'll take that. someone's got to fly back to l.a. today. >> can i tell you, we are so sad that you're leaving that we decided to compile, even in this short little time, there is a best of, little best of segment from the week. >> this ought to be quick, everybody. >> monday and tuesday, two full days you clocked in on this show. let's see your minute. >> this is embarrassing. >> to the royal baby! >> to your show, all you do is drink on it, what do you mean? it's only loosely tied to the fact we might have a royal baby in the next couple hours. ♪ >> i win! >> quite frankly, hoda, i could give a rat's. >> guess who's going to be with me tomorrow, carson daly. >> i didn't get fired yet? >> come on, it's a boy! royal baby boy who will be king in 90 years. that was me when i left this show yesterday, by the way.
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>> look at my face, i'm so excited. >> he's making something. >> the quadruple. >> good night, america! >> that is the face of a madman. i'm so embarrassed that barry manilow is 30 feet from me, had to witness that. that is so embarrassing. it will get better, sir. >> our staff is very bummed that that's it, you're clocking in three days. >> i want to say thank you to you and your very drunk staff for having me. i felt right at home. >> i'm sure you did. >> with all of you lushes. i mean, really, you guys have been awesome. thank you. i'll thank you again later. >> we want to give one more shoutout. we have a college counterpart contest, you have to help me sell this. we're looking for college students who feel like they are like kathie lee and me. send your videos, no drinking. >> drinking wine at 10:00 a.m.? >> no drinking, they are in college. put it on tape and we're going to send you a terrific trip.
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come on, when you hear that song, you want to move your body, copacabana. barry manilow is the man that writes the songs that makes the whole world sing and he's been writing beautiful music with bruce sussman. >> they are about to debut "harmony," a true story based on a boy band that went from street musicians to selling millions of records, yes, records. >> hello, gentlemen. >> good to see you. >> what a thrill, i have to say, there's a lot of pinch me moments. a lot of people when they saw you, it took them way, way, way back. >> the music these guys have made is some of the best music. tell us quickly how this musical came about. i know it's something you wanted to do many years ago. >> when we met we wanted to write musicals together and then he screwed it all up. >> you've been holding back bruce's career. >> barry has been a little busy. >> when i started, that's what i wanted to do, then the record career took off and we never
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found the five years that you need to put into writing a musical. >> you write, obviously, terrific music, how difficult is it to write copacabana or a song in a musical? >> for me, bruce, too, it's easier to write for theater than a pop song. with a pop song all you've got is i love you or i miss you. >> it's a blank page, a theater you have a character and situation and the song has to accomplish something. >> this situation is crazy, tell us about the storyhat goes back. >> it's an extraordinary story, six young men, germany between the wars, terrible time, record hyperinflation, millions of marks to buy a slice of cheese, followed by the great depression. 13 governments in 12 months, the place is in political chaos and these six, there they are. >> the first boy band really. >> these six young men created a new kind of entertainment.
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they merged the close harmonies of a group like manhattan transfer with the physical humor of the marx brothers. >> we know everything about music and we have never heard of these people. and they were the beginnings of the kind of music we love today. well, this is the story of harmony, why we don't know them. >> did they have the popularity you were saying of the beatles, huge groups, sold tons of records. >> why don't we know the story? >> you have to watch the musical. >> give me a little bit. >> they found themselves on the collision course with history. 1933, new government comes into power that succeeds and, unfortunately, it's the nazis. several group members are jewish, several of them are not. how they confront that collision course with history is our second act. >> you see this in a documentary and call barry and say, i found it. >> i went to a pay phone on the street and called him. i was blabbering. i don't know how he made sense of what i was saying.
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i think i muttered somehow, i think i found it, the story we're looking for. and he took -- this is why we've been working together so long. he took the collaborative leap of faith. he said to me, i don't know what you're talking about, go get it. >> can we talk real quickly, we opened with copa, let's close with it, that song, how did that collaboration work? >> we went down to rio and we were at the copacabana hotel and there was copacabana napkins and towels. i said has there ever been a song called copacabana? i don't think so. i went back to l.a. and new york and we wrote a song called copacabana. >> do you have a favorite all-time song, barry? i know you love them all. >> for me? >> yeah. >> it would be "could it be magic." >> from '74 to '83 you had three number ones, prolific time for you in music writing pop songs, but you're right at home with this musical. this is something special. >> crazy about it, i love it.
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>> tell us about the path. >> we're leaving for atlanta on saturday. we're opening at the alliance theater in atlanta. >> beautiful, beautiful regional theater. >> are you two of the six boy band members? >> yeah. beautiful cast, young people, beautiful. >> great young director, extraordinarily talented. >> you hope to bring it from atlanta? >> alliance theater, then los angeles, then after that it's up to the theater guys. >> let's bring it to broadway, boys. we're so happy for you. thanks for coming on, bruce, we love you, barry. thank you. >> thanks, appreciate it. >> love you. >> love you, too. >> all right, bruce. we have the pictures that make you say what the what. >> i've heard about these victory is seeing him find balance, watching a little girl become a little lady, and finding the courage to let her go. but what about the little victories? a smile... a confident glow...
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>> this week's top picks. >> last week we didn't have a chance to show this picture, but it was on our facebook page. this was sent in and the winning caption is from rebecca childers, eat my dust, dad. >> that's good, that's good. >> how styling is that little monkey? >> he's adorable. >> so cute. we'll show next week's photo at the end. >> he doesn't end up getting hit, does he? >> this does end well, yeah. moving on to our first what the what photo. this is from kristen in birmingham, alabama. ice cream! >> can i tell you -- >> perfect. >> i remember being in my family's car when we were little kids and i could hear an ice cream truck, i could hear the bells. i opened the car door of a moving vehicle. i remember it. >> he jumped out of the bath. look at the bubbles. >> i totally get him, i feel him. >> ice cream. >> dina hill from battleground, washington, submitted this
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welcome back, time 10:28. hard to see some clearing. what you can't see here is the golden gate brim still socked in with fog. check in on your drive with mike momentarily. 92 on the way to livermore. 73, fremont, 83 redwood city your full weekend forecast in just a half hour, today at
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11:00. as promised here's mike. >> the forecast. golden gate christina was talking about the fog, hovering around there can't see past, can't see that second south tower there. that is a tough issue visibility. take you to the maps to show you the south bay looks really nice right now, cleared up over the last half hour. still north 280 slow toward page mill road. crash causes a slow down off the off-ramp, things starting to sort out now, may be moving cars on the surface street. bay bridge toll plaza, a backup in the cash lanes, heavier than we saw yesterday at this time. so we will show that folks getting into the city very bright on this side but the golden gate bridges that what fog, laura. back to you san mateo county sheriff's department searching for a pecan tom this morning. the men speed on two women as she showered inside their homes on the northside of town. so far, no suspect description has been released. we will have a reaction from community on edge coming up in half an hour at 11:00. i can't wait until 11:00 it tell you this morning they have named the royal baby, george alexander
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louis. there you go. it's official. royal baby. future king right there. we will see you at 11:00 this morning. have a great morning. we're back with more of "today" on this wines day wednesday. we are ready to play our weekly trivia game we call "who knew." today our topic is aviation. of course, carson is right across the street at the nbc experience store. he's going to hand out $100 to those who get the answer right. to those who don't, you know what they get? kathie lee's cd. all right. here to help me out is orbits senior traffic editor. hello, are we ready, girl? >> i'm ready. >> carson, get the party started. >> where are you from? >> neptune, new jersey. >> what do you know about aviation in general? >> they go in the air. >> let's go. this is going to go well.
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first question, in the movie "up in the air," george clooney's character is recognized for having accumulated how many frequent flyer miles? 1 million, 5 million, 10 million, or 20 million? >> 5 million? >> the answer is -- c, 10 million. you lose. you get a copy of kathie lee gifford's cd. congratulations. back to you, hoda. >> thanks, 10 million. >> kind of extreme. look, most of us are just looking to get a better seat on the flight, right? so a couple of things to remember when it comes to miles, accumulate every way you can, hotels, restaurants, online shopping and keep track of when miles expire. >> american express is good for miles, too. >> absolutely. >> go ahead, carson. >> here with papa john, he's from iowa, having a good time? >> excellent time. >> finish these lyrics of "come fly with me." ♪ just say the words and we'll beat the birds ♪
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finish the lyric. >> down to the earth. >> the answer -- what is the answer? ♪ just say the words and we'll beat the birds down to acapulco bay ♪ >> good day for kathie lee. an old classic. >> acapulco bay is one of mexico's oldest and most well known resort towns, came to prominence in the 1950s when hollywood stars and millionaires started vacationing there. obviously, big college spring break destination. >> been there a couple of times. back to carson. >> i'm with mary beth. are you all right? here's your question, in the movie "airplane," what is the name of the main character who follows his ex-girlfriend on to a flight? clarence oveur, ted striker, recollection kramer, daniel lar
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larueso. >> b? >> she guessed b and she is correct. >> $100! >> it was a total guess. ted striker. >> this 1980 parody grossed over $83 million in north america alone. as we know, it still remains one of the most loved aviation movies of all time. >> so funny. back across, carson. >> thank you, becca from chicago is telling me how much she loves adam levine. >> he's so cute. >> like i don't hear that every five seconds. which city's airport three-letter code is f.a.t.? fairmont, minnesota, fort worth, texas, ft. lauderdale, florida, or fresno, california? f.a.t. >> b? >> sorry, answer is, fresno california, d, you get a kathie lee gifford compact disc. >> kathie lee is going to be so happy. fresno. >> fresno airport, formerly called the fresno air terminal, f.a.t.
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it's the air transport, international air transport association that gives them these codes. sometimes you have to go pretty far back in the airport's history to figure out what it means. >> one last one, carson. >> melanie is visiting new york. let's get right to it, melanie. in the movie "catch me if you can," leonardo dicaprio plays frank abagnale, who impersonated a pilot working for which airline? >> a, pan am. >> that is correct. melanie wins $100 gift card. >> good girl. >> that was classic. >> pan am was founded in 1927, largest international carrier in the u.s. until 1991. >> all right. thank you. thanks, jeanine. carson is going to come back across the street and join me. we wanted to know one thing, what is madeline fehrnstrom doing with fly swatters? we're going to find out after this. [ female announcer ] shaving can irritate skin,
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all right. if you do anything this summer, chances are you'll either go to or throw a few backyard barbecue feasts. >> some of us don't like to know. madeleine fehrnstrom is here to put us to the test so that you can choose the better option. madeline, good morning. >> we have these giant fly swatters. >> do they make these, these are real? >> big flies.
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what i'm going to do is ask you some questions and give you answers. this is the way you can buzz in, whack this. practice, whack it on there. >> okay, ready. >> now we're going to start. >> ready. >> who doesn't love a hamburger and hot dog at a barbecue? question is this, which one has more calories? >> that was premature whacking, hoda. >> hamburger, without question. >> why do you say that, wheat bun and turkey burger. >> it's a regular hamburger, 500 versus 300 calories. let's move on to dips. always dipping, but check it out, of these three popular dips, hummus, guacamole and light ranch dip, which has the lowest calories? >> hummus is the answer there. >> no. >> calories, or fat? >> calories. >> light ranch? >> no! >> guacamole is the best choice, but if you want to downsize, go with salsa. >> high fat.
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>> they are all high in fat. >> hummus is not healthier of these three options? >> low calories. >> same thing. >> let's go to beer. if you don't get this one, i don't know what we're going to do. who doesn't love beer? >> i love beer, is that the question? >> almost. how many calories would you save if you select a light beer instead of a regular beer? is it 50, 75, or 100 calories? >> it is definitely 75. >> only 50. >> definitely not. >> carson got it. >> i studied this. recently a study at ucla we found out light beer is -- >> take a beer for the road. >> how come you didn't take a light one? >> i like those extra 50 calories. i have a long walk in the airport. >> now wine coolers. go to the corn first. let's check out some of these side dishes. one of these, okay, we have a beautiful ear of corn. one of these has 100 calories. is it the ear of corn, half a cup of baked beans or coleslaw?
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>> go ahead, ladies first. >> the 100-calorie option without butter is the corn. >> correct. >> how much are the baked beans? >> close to 200. they have sugar, sauce, everything else. let's get back to, speaking about sugar, let's take a look at some wine coolers. >> do you remember zima? >> yes. >> that was weird. okay. >> if you drank two 12-ounce coolers -- >> 24 ounces! >> good one. how many teaspoons of sugar would you be eating, 6, 10, or 16? >> 16. >> it is 16. >> wow. >> two wine coolers. >> this is the amount of sugar in two wine coolers? >> can you imagine? >> that's, like, 20 pixie sticks. >> last one? >> couple more. who doesn't love potato salad? >> every time, i think that's the question. >> if you ate a half-cup serving, how long would you have to burn it off, a mile is about 100 calories. would you be walking one and a
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half, two and a half, or three and a half miles? >> two and a half. >> hoda is right. >> now it's double or nothing. >> what about some dessert, see the ice cream we have here, how many cups of watermelon could you eat for the same calories in a one-cup serving of ice cream? is it three, six, or nine cups? >> do it. >> nine, answer is nine. >> answer is nine. >> thank you very much. >> carson won. >> thank you very much! double or nothing! always double down. >> that you get to take with you. >> i'd rather the cooler of beer, sir, can i swap this out for the cooler of beer? bobby thomas is going to join us. we're going to go from good to so good right after this. >> thank y ♪ [ male announcer ] harvey's i'm so happy you're home dance. that's real love. and so is giving him real tasty food. but some leading dog foods add sugar, dyes, or even artificial preservatives. [ dog whimpers ] but now there's new so good! from iams.
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you by -- yoplait. learn how to take your good to so good from today's style experts. all right, time for today's style with bobby thomas. we are taking your man's look from good to so good. >> as a guy, i can say not all of us are interested in a day-long makeover at the mall. we have a few pointers to do that. >> today's style editor bobby thomas is here. she has some ideas. we like this segment. >> carson, i promise, these are very small tweaks. let's get right to it. >> phillip from albany. >> he's wearing the classic guy look, baseball cap, t-shirt. i want to point out something right here and right here. >> logos. >> nix the names, guys. look when i show you the before and after, you will see it makes a big difference. >> are you kidding me, bobby? >> it's less distracting. >> it looks better? >> less like a college frat boy. >> more likely to get a date with a blue hat? >> women will think, i'm telling you, if you go to a job
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interview, you have to be careful. >> you guys are weird. >> carson, be nice to me. baxter is somebody i loved. he was playing with color, and he's doing something a lot of guys are asking about, rolling the hem of his pants. the only thing i wasn't sure about is i felt like the yellow sneakers were distracting. simplify your statement. making the shoe gray. >> well done, bobby, well done. ankle is still tight. >> i'm 0 for 2. >> i don't roll like that, i'll tell you that. >> next greg from texas. now his wife was in our last so good segment, so what's good for the goose is good for the gander. greg has a great dad look. this is good, but i wanted to cut the sleeve and untuck the shirt. >> bobby, you're the john madden of fashion. >> and get rid of the pants and the shoes. >> they are not dad pants, they are jeans. >> when you see the before and after, he's hot under there, he just needs to show it off.
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bigger isn't better, guys. >> he's jason stacom now. >> exactly. >> what a difference. >> sneaker shoe and nicer cuff and untuck so it doesn't look like he has man boobs. >> next. >> somebody i want to encourage men out there, please say no to pleats, especially if you want to build your frame up to look taller. the pleats right here are cropping him and so is the shoe. so if you see the before and after and we put them in -- >> how many fingers does this guy have in his pockets? >> see the difference in the flat front and it makes him look taller going with a navy shoe instead of the camel. >> little nitpick. >> i have a surprise for carson. you have completely thrown me, because you usually wear black all the time. look, you're always in black. >> i like johnny cash. >> look, you're wearing blue today. what i want to do is show you a potential look you're going to have fun with casually. i wish you could see more, denim
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shirt with a cool polka dot tie. >> get out of the black? i like the black. >> i think you should put the black away. >> it meets everything south of >> but i have to say, you actually gave me one of the best pieces of advice a long time ago when you were getting out of a relationship. >> we're on the air, by the way. >> you said -- don't worry. i'm not going to scare you. but you said -- i said what advice would you give to other people and you said conquer solitude. >> i did say that. i was drunk. >> that was one of the best pieces -- well, you did. >> look at you now. that's awesome. you're married. you're a married woman now. >> thank you. thank you, sweetie. we're getting ready to turn your trash into cash. >> getting ready to dance? conquer solitude and salsa. >> the secrets to a great garage sale. but first, these messages.
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whether you're looking to clear your home of clutter or cash in on your collectibles, you may be thinking about throwing a garage sale, but how do you stop traffic and rack up sales? >> editor and chief of "the nest" has tips to guarantee success. >> hey, rebecca. >> how are you? >> got to let people know you're having one of these garage sales. >> get the word out. >> flyers up? >> flyers, signs, and really make it personal, make it funny, horder sale, something like that, to really attract people. online, facebook, twitter. >> people do this every weekend, people actively go to these things shopping. >> god, yes, absolutely, people find great things. you heard the story about the red paper clip, a guy got a house for a red paper clip. the things you can find. >> you want to make your shoppers feel comfortable. >> first thing is have snacks, have refreshments, have music in the background. >> welcome to my garage, here's a cookie.
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>> exactly, welcome, have a drink, have a lemonade. then what you want to do is have something for the younger guests, exactly. >> while the parents are shopping. >> exactly, parents can shop, kids can color, do whatever. as far as setting things up, what you want to do is organize it by category. you have your dishes in one place, music in another. >> make it easy for people -- i'd go right to the music section. >> exactly. >> go over there, see what you want over there, old albums, birds are over there. another trick, too, is really about the pricing. a lot of these things you may feel like this is your album, it's very important to you. >> i want these ten albums, are we bartering or do you have a set price? >> i have a set price, but i'm open for bartering. make me an offer. >> when something is sentimental to you sometimes you jack up the price and really for an average person, they are not interested. >> not as valuable to them. >> how do you know how to price things? >> go with the numbers like a
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dollar, three dollars, five dollars. keep things under $10 and have a cheapie table, freebies. >> anybody heard of highway 101, anybody heard of this band? >> exactly, that explains the price. >> you give me $2 for this record. >> exactly. have little things set up, freebies, gift with purchase. mimic things you see in stores, basically. >> what about clothes? sometimes you see a beautiful thing but aren't sure. >> wash them, dry clean them, but it's fine. people do consignment all the time, borrow clothes all the time, it's totally, totally fine and, in fact, it's a popular thing because a lot of people might not have things like albums and lamps. >> do you have a better shot going later in the day? >> i think earlier in the day is the best time to go. exactly, yep. >> snacks are gone. >> thank you so much. >> thank you. i want to give a big thank you to carson daly. >> thank you. >> worked really hard this week.
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>> i did not. >> drank a lot. we had a great, great week. tomorrow, dean cain is going to fill in, you remember him from superman fame. we're going to have ambush makeovers, talk about how social media changes your relationship. who cares, all it is is about the great week we had. >> appreciate it. >> thanks a lot. see you tomorrow. have a good day. >> thank you very much. the thing is bee,
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i got my mom wrapped around my little finger. do you? yeah, i do. huh. i said i want honey nut cheerios uh huh. and she just totally caved. it's all about psychology buzz. psychology? as long as i don't tell him the cereal is healthy -- he can't get enough. sad, really. i kind of feel bad that i tricked him. but...it was easy. surprise... uh, ha ha ha.
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♪ good morning, everyone, thanks a lot for joining us. i'm jon kelley. marla tellez has the day off. police on the peninsula at the hunt for a peeping tom, men viewing women while they were in the pry vats vastcy of their own home. bob redell has more from a neighborhood on the lookout. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, john. the san mateo county sheriff's office has been looking for this person who has been lurking outside the windows of homes in a neighborhood fwhort of san carlos there have been two instance, both on laurel street both between 9 and 11:00 at night. the first took place tuesday of last week, a woman s

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