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injured, no word yet if there are any fatalities. we will be staying on top of this story throughout the morning. >> that's what's happening "today in the bay." we'll be back with a local news update in half an hour. good morning. the big chill. more than 175 million people enduring yet another day of record shattering cold and ice. in texas an american airlines plane slips off of the taxi way and 29 cars collide into a massive pileup. dangerous conditions caused by this bone-chilling cold. no excuse. secretary of veterans affairs apologizes for lying about his military record. why did he say he served in the army special forces when he never did? game changer, a major breakthrough for millions of kids at risk for peanut allergies. the surprising new approach the doctors are suggesting. and copycat?
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the lawsuit accusing robin thicke and pharrell williams of blurring the lines with a marvin gay classic goes to court with millions of dollars at stake today, tuesday, february 24th, 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning and welcome to "today" on a tuesday morning. the gang is back from california, but i bet you miss that california weather. >> not even that blurred lines video can warm up a day like this. it is, what, 7 degrees here in new york city? >> laguardia set a record this morning. records throughout this morning. >> talk about a broken record. the weather has got covered on land and water beginning with kerry sanders in kentucky by what appears to be a not so warm fire.
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do you see that near you? good morning to you. >> reporter: well, good morning. we started at negative 7 degrees here this morning. it's now negative 2. but i think that this fire has less to do with it than the sun. unfortunately for the south, it doesn't look like things are going to be warming up any time soon because of another blast of cold air that is forecast today. in texas, american airlines flight slid off the runway during its landing. no one was injured. investigators are looking at monday's sleet and ice as a possible cause of the accident. today more snow in the forecast. it caused more than 100 accidents including this pile up new the texas, new mexico border involving 29 vehicles. another disaster where a trucker lost control and the trailer
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dangling off of a bridge. >> it's like snow and freezing rain. it's just ice. it's like ball bearings underneath your feet. >> reporter: the numbing icy mix made dallas seem like a ghost town. in new england, heavy snow continues to cause roof top cave ins. with no snow today in massachusetts, many dealing with public transportation delays say that frigid temperatures alone are actually a warm welcome. >> i'm grateful to be taking the train today. >> reporter: in florida, more than a dozen manatees escaped the cold waters by swimming into municipal drainage pipes where it's warmer, but once in, they could not get out. >> we have to go in and get them. >> reporter: rescue workers have to work to extract the mammal,
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and some weigh several hundred pounds early this morning in all, 19 manatees were rescued. some were scraped up. interestingly, this month florida and hawaii are the only two states that have not seen snow. oddly, alaska is interestingly without snow. in fact, to the point they had to cancel a sled race yesterday because of the lack of snow. matt, i hope this campfire warms things up because nothing else is. >> there is that fire we were talking about. thanks so much. >> let's turn to dylan dreyer on board the icy hudson river. dylan, good morning to you. >> reporter: it's hard to hear. no surprise that water freezes at 32 degrees.
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we are so far below freezing for a period of time that ice is becoming a major issue on the hudson river. take a look at how much ice has developed along this major waterway. we are surrounded by it. they use it to transport 70% of the northeast home heating oil. two to three cutters are out on the water every day, breaking through this ice. that is why we are on the u.s. coast guard cutter willow doing just that. it's a delicate balance. the river tends to freeze and if you break up too much, it flows downstream and can clog the waterways in the new york harbor. talking to some of the coast guards, they say this is one of the worst winters they have seen since 2004. february all across the northeast has been record-breaking cold. we broke record lows yesterday morning. we're breaking more record lows this morning. and with this cold not expected to stop any time soon, cutters like this won't be stopping either. matt?
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>> dylan dreyer on the hudson river. thanks very much. >> al has bravely made his way out to the plaza. good morning. any relief in sight? >> it's crazy cold, and it's going to continue. rights now it feels like it's 19 below below. we're looking at altoona, pennsylvania, 6 below. 8 above in philadelphia. that's right now. you head out west, and chicago it's a little warmer. it's minus 1 in ft. wayne. parkersburg at minus 7. this afternoon, temperatures moderate a they're still anywhere from 10 to 30 degrees below normal. and then you get down into the south, we're talking about temperatures that are into the 40s in texas where they've had some icing. atlanta, we've seen a ground stop at the airport because of icing conditions. but here comes more cold air. ahead of the front, temperatures 10 degrees milder than behind
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the front. as we get into wednesday morning, look at this. temperatures really start dropping again. minneapolis, 4 below. we're looking at temperatures during the day on thursday into friday morning really plummet and really take a big nose dive. and we've got another storm system making its way from the south along the eastern seaboard. boston may tonight, guys, break the 100-inch mark on its way to an all-time snowy record. >> wow. all right, al. thank you so much. now to the other big story we're following this morning. the secretary of veterans affairs under fire and apologizing for claiming he served in the military's special forces when he never did. nbc's jim miklaszewski is at the pentagon for us. >> reporter: good morning. robert mcdonald was hired to clean up veterans affairs. now it appears he's talked his way into a mess of his own. veterans affairs secretary robert mcdonald is apologizing
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after falsely claiming that he was in the u.s. special forces. >> special forces? what years? >> reporter: the comment aired on cbs news last month while secretary mcdonald was speaking with a homeless man in los angeles. mcdonald offered his apology after being contacted by "the huffington post." i have no excuse, he said, i was special forces. mcdonald was picked by president obama to fix an ailing va after eric shinseki resigned last may following reports of scandals at va hospitals across the country. he is, however, an army veteran, having served with the 82nd airborne. the white house is standing by mcdonald, issuing a statement. we take him at his word and expect that will not impact the important work he's doing to promote the health and well being of our nation's veterans. this is the second time in two weeks that mcdonald has been forced to correct his own record. on "meet the press" february 15th, he discussed his efforts to repair the va.
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>> 900 people have been fired since i became secretary. we've got 60 people that we fire who had have manipulated wait times. >> turns out, only 20 were dismissed. a va official later told nbc news mcdonald misspoke. now, any public statements these days about one's military service or battlefield exploits are coming under intense scrutiny after questionable claims about their own battlefield coverage from nbc's brian williams and now fox news' bill o'riley. in talking to this homeless veteran, quote, i incorrectly stated i had been in special forces. that was inaccurate, and i apologize to anyone that was offended by my misstatement. >> jim miklaszewski at the pentagon. thank you. we have some breaking news right now. several cars of a los angeles
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bound metro link train have crashed after colliding with a vehicle. these are live pictures from oxnard, california. tom costello, what can you tell us? >> the ntsb is monitoring the situation. this is about 80 miles northwest of los angeles in ventura county. at about 5:45 a.m. pacific time this morning, this l.a. bound train, three cars can hit, we're told, a utility truck of some sort. it was a fiery crash. the truck immediately engulfed in fire. three of those train cars then derailed. firefighters and paramedics have been on the scene ever since. they have now set up and have been working through the last few hours on this triage system. a color-coated triage system. red meaning the most serious, green of course the least serious. but you can see there's very little left of that utility truck on the tracks. we're told somewhere in the neighborhood of 30 people have been injured and treated by firefighters and medics on the scene.
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at this point, it looks like this was a single vehicle that was involved in this crash. again, l.a. bound metro link train derailing in oxnard, ventura county. firefighters and pa areraparamedi still on the scene. quite an investigation under way. back to you. >> live pictures from our chopper knbc thank you so much, tom. natalie is here with the other top stories of the morning. >> all right. let's start first with a bizarre story out of connecticut where they're investigating a bank robbery plot after the bank's manager was found with a fake bomb strapped to his body. nbc's betty nguyen is here with the details. >> good morning, yes. no one is in custody and no one has been injured. what is really turning out to be a bizarre robbery attempt. tense moments in bristol, connecticut, on monday where police say two men wearing masks and gloves forced themselves into a bank manager's home, strapping what later turned out to be a fake bomb on him. they then ordered him to drive
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to the credit union and empty its vault. the manager, who is also the chief financial officer of a chief financial credit union in new britain, was taken away from the scene in an ambulance after bomb squad technicians removed the suspected explosive device he was wearing. heavily armed federal, state, and local authorities responded to the scene using trucks as shields. >> we witnessed ourselves a very suspicious device. those vehicles are large enough to withstand a blast somewhat, keep a vehicle. >> back at the bank manager's home, his mother was reportedly tied to her bed with what the suspects claim was an explosive placed underneath it. after an extensive investigation, both devices were determined to be fake. authorities say they're searching for more than one suspect and still determining if the bank manager was involved. >> certainly we're considering all possibilities, whether or not he was coerced, doing
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something against his will, or a suspect. this is an active investigation. >> now, police say there have been no arrests yet. authorities have not disclosed whether the suspects fled the scene with any money. very kbibizarre. >> sure is. thank you. today, alaska becomes the third state where it is legal to grow, own, and smoke marijuana. alaska voters passed a ballot measure legalizing pot last november. adults 21 and older will be able to possess up to one ounce and grow up to six plants at home. buying and selling marijuana, however, is still illegal and so is smoking it in public. witnesses say they were shocked that no one was killed when a boat veered off course and slammed into a busy restaurant. this happened late monday afternoon in florida. seven people were reportedly on board that boat. two were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. no one in the restaurant was hurt. heavy fog in the area may be to blame. and look at this frightening traffic camera video out of boston.
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a man driving a pickup truck slams into a snow-covered barrier, went airborne, and then flew off the elevated highway and crashed down on to the road below. amazingly, he survived that crash. police say the driver is now facing drunk driving charges. and watch your step because we have some incredible video out of south korea. two pedestrians and this frightening fall. the security camera there captured all of that. you can see two people just getting off the bus stopped on to the sidewalk and fell right through the pavement into a sink hole. fortunately, both of them are okay. they were eventually rescued by firefighters. let's swivel now over to al, take a look at weather. >> thanks so much, natalie. here's the deal. out west your weather looks pretty spectacular. however, you see all this cloudiness? this is moisture. subtropical moisture making its way across the south and into the southeast. we're seeing right now showers and some frozen precipitation, some snow develo
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so to the north of tucson -- tucson is at 65 degrees. to the north, you have some snow. a lot of this moisture has been making its way into the southeast. that's why we've got all that activity. we've been stuck in this pattern now for about the last two days. going to continue for the next three or four. but in the meantime, gorgeous weather in seattle, sunshine and 56. salt lake city looking good. denver at 41 degrees. san jose, 66. but you follow that jet stream, and you will see moisture now streaming into texas, where they've had some frozen precipitation, and it's continuing right on into the southeast where we've been look at icing conditions. we've had big problems. i-20 in georgia has been closed because of numerous accidents. schools in cobb county closed. look for snow around the great lakes. snow in the four corners. as we said, a gorgeous day out west.
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7:16. happy tuesday. i'm meteorologist christina loren. crystal clear at our local beaches. beautiful shot from half moon bay and temperatures will be comfortable. we'll end up in the 60s but for now, temperatures are chilly enough for a heavy coat. 65 degrees later today in san francisco. 66 in the tri valley and 67 degrees for us here in the south bay. as we head throughout wednesday, to thursday temperatures will continue to warm up, and then those numbers drop like a rock we bring in rain as we get into
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this weekend. >> al, thank you very much. new research could be a game changer when it comes to children and peanut allergies. the findings suggest exposing infants to peanuts before the age of 1 can actually help prevent the sometimes life-threatening condition. dr. natalie azar is an nbc news medical contributor. good to see you. good morning. a lot of parents probably just stopped what they were doing to listen to this. there are a lot of kids with peanut allergies. why expose these at-risk infants so early? >> the long-term impact of peanut allergy can be quite significant. first of all, they develop very, very early. children tend to not outgrow them. there's no cure. also, there's a significant burden to the health care system with doctor visits, emergency room visits, drug costs, not to mention the psychological impact. >> so we're not talking about exposing these infants to peanuts themselves. >> absolutely not. >> we're talking about products that contain some sort of peanut derivative. >> correct. really important take-home point, obviously.
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the study looked at infants between the i thinkages of 4 and 11 months. we would never recommend to give a peanut to those kids because of the choking hazard. but peanut butter mixed with banana is what they used in this study. >> but you don't want children to be exposed to peanut products. who's most at risk? >> children with exma. also cow's milk allergy and a family history of peanut allergy. >> i think it's important just to remind parents what the symptoms are and how you might know if your child has a peanut allergy. >> correct. typically it's an allergic reaction. itchy rash, hives, maybe nasal congestion, nausea. obviously if they have tingling around the mouth, any shortness of breath, that could be a much more severe reaction. obviously it would warrant intervention much sooner. >> again, the headline here, perhaps expose these young children in infancy to peanut products. >> correct. >> all right. doctor, thank you very much.
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appreciate it. let's go back over to savannah. >> thank you so much. all right, america. tamron, the internet. that's a hot place to be. >> it's the only warm place i think in this country right now. the bitter cold temperatures continue to blanket much of the country, as reported by mr. roker. but social media, you guys have found some really fun images for us to share. over the weekend, guys, it warmed up just long enough for an nbc news photographer to capture this pretty cool time lapse of the snow melting in boston. but of course, the cold would re-enter the equation. i could look at this all day. this is pretty cool. as i mentioned, the cold would come back into our lives. this is out of indiana. it says it all. brrr. from one of our viewers. look at this. we're at the stop of winter. this is in massachusetts. a special request that is pretty interesting. stop winter now, please. and i think this dog is perhaps the cutest thing on the internet
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right now. over 150 views of this. you ask why. here's why. and of all the names to have, elsa. that's the dog's name. keeping things in check. but listen, wrangle, come on out. he's like, leave me alone. look at his new toy. this is my favorite. for when there's whining around here. his pacifier. >> he loves that thing. >> all right. see you guys later. we'll be back. >> doesn't like you calling him a whiner. >> that was a lick, thank you. >> all right, tamron. thank you. coming up, the battle over blurred lines finally heading to trial today. millions of dollars at stake. did pharrell williams and robin thicke copy their hit song from a marvin gaye classic? plus, rossen reports.
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an eye opener the wake of controversial police-involved shootings. we're going to take you inside the high-tech simulator exploring when and why officers open fire. but first on a tuesday morning, this is "today" on nbc.
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skin looks up to 10 years younger. from the world's #1. olay. your best beautiful a have good morning to you. it is 7:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. breaking news from southern california you may have steen moments ago on the "today" show. crowded big train struck a big rig sending cars flying off the track. live look from above the crash scene right now, it happened a little before 6:00 this morning in oxnard in ventura county. at least 30 people are reported injured. so far no reports of any fatalities. in the bay area in the meantime, caltrain tracks in menlo park reopened nearly two hours ago just in time for the morning commute after a crash there. caltrain struck an suv, it was trapped on the tracks in traffic. caltrain says the conductor couldn't stop in time. the suv driver died on impact.
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switching gears tonight, south bay film event returns for its silver anniversary. that's right cinequest 2015 lifts the curtain in downtown san jose. it will kick off with the documentary "batkid begins." it revisits a wild day in 2013 where san francisco virtually stopped for a young boy with leukemia. his wish was to be batman. 91 films will premiere at this year's festival, it wraps march 8th. christina, what's the weather going to be like? from it will be chilly out there, similar to what we're experiencing this morning plus about ten degrees. 35 in the tri valley. san francisco is at 65 degrees and 69 degrees is the forecasted high later today but because of that cold start i can tell you a little patchy frost out there. warming by 3:00 to 5:00 degrees as we head throughout wednesday and a big pattern change into friday and that has the chance for rain pretty good prospects for rain just about everywhere.
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if you miss your futurecast we'll have it for you in about two minutes. here's mike and your drive. >> this is north 101 in san jose. hazy look but a smooth drive and your maps will show you the compression here north 101 as you head up in toward downtown. 280, 87 showing the build over the last 15 minutes. things have gotten slower san jose. silicon valley seeing the rest of the traffic build. peninsula no big surprises. southbound an earlier crash which has cleared the roadway. similar build for south 880 and 680 out of the tri valley headed toward fremont. upper east shore freeway, no drama, the backup at the toll plaza. el with he'll get you back to the "today" show.
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7:30 now on a tuesday morning. it's the 24th day of february, 2015. good day for the polar bear plunge on the hudson river. >> go for it, matt. >> you're looking at a coast guard cutter breaking up the ice there. it's the willow on the river this morning. just 4 degrees on our plaza as a lot of people out there are huddled together to stay warm by the fire. that's the weather report. let's take a look at some of the things making headlines. in texas, it's impacting the "american sniper" trial with monday's proceedings canceled due to icy conditions. prosecutors are hoping to resume their rebuttal today, so closing
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arguments in that case can begin. a house hearing held into the super bug hearing. at least seven patients became infected with a drug resistant bacteria during a procedure, and two of those patients died. a california congressman wants to know what the fda is doing. and wildlife officials in florida spent the night rescuing 19 manatees stuck in a storm drain. they had apparently ventured into a canal seeking warmer water and then they became trapped. coming up, we'll have more of our exclusive conversation with the family of kayla mueller. she's the aid worker who are died in the hands of isis. this morning the family shares for the first time the dangerous rescue inside syria kayla's boyfriend attempted. plus, a life-changing moment for a single mom of four who is splitting a massive $564 million powerball jackpot. what she now plans on doing with all that money. well, let's begin this half hour with that breaking news in oxnard, california. at least 30 injured in a metro link trail derailment.
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nbc's tom costello is live with the very latest on this. good morning to you. >> good morning. we're now told via our affiliate knbc in los angeles that the fire department is report nothing fatalities at this moment. however, roughly 30 people injured. this happened about 5:45 a.m. pacific time this morning as this l.a.-bound train coming through ventura county encountered a truck on the rails, on the tracks, and there was a fiery collision. we're told that the driver did manage to get out of that truck, and then according to knbc he left the scene, ran from the scene but was later tracked down. firefighters from ventura county responding and treated 30 people on the scene, transporting many of them to ventura county medical center. at this point, this investigation is still very, very early, as you would expect, with not even two hours old. however, at this point, they have treated somewhere in the neighborhood of 30 people, many of them we're told are moderate injuries.
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so far no fatalities. >> tom, you were mentioning that in 2008 there was a crash on this very same line. you covered it. any similarities? >> well, it was the chatsworth crash. 25 people died in that crash. about 125 people were injured or so. that case we know from the ntsb investigation was the result of the train operator not paying attention and texting while he was supposed to be running the train. in this case, we have no idea what caused this crash, but clearly you've got to wonder whether a driver, the driver of that utility truck may have played some role. >> a lot more to learn about this. we'll continue to watch that breaking news out of los angeles. thank you, tom. meantime, jury selection begins in l.a. today in a court battle over the hit song "blurred lines." it's a trial that pits pharrell williams and robin thicke against the family of marvin gaye. here's nbc's joe fryer. >> reporter: the case asks if
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"blurred lines," song of the summer in 2013, copyied "got to give it up," marvin gaye's hit. >> this is a very rare opportunity to discuss the crafting of songs and how it happens. >> reporter: gaye's family argues the songs are substantially similar, pharrell williams insists he was influenced by a genre of music, not a specific song. >> you can't copyright a sound. >> right. >> you can only copyright, like, music and musical notation. >> pharrell williams does not like to be called a plagiarist and felt that any settlement would be perceived as him admitting he copied. >> reporter: gaye's family declined to comment on the trial, which will not feature fingerprints. instead, both sides will use musicologists.
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>> they're going to be showing similarities or differences of melody primarily. >> reporter: but the judge ruled jurors will only hear a stripped-down io give it up" because gaye's family owns just the sheet music, not the entire original recording. copyright cases are often settled with take the grammy winning hit "stay with me." sam smith agreed to give co-writing credit to tom petty and jeff lint, who wrote "don't back dow but with the "blurred lines" case, both sides are digging in for a legal battle. >> could a case like this set a legal >> that's the $64,000 question. >> reporter: pharrell and robin thicke are expected to testify in a trial the music industry is watching closely. for "today," joe fryer, nbc news, los angeles. >> we'll continue to watch that one. meantime, al, i came over to the
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weather map because all these cold temperatures are really coming from the south. what's that about? >> all these storms, combine them with the cold temperatures, we've had a lot of winter weather in places we don't normally get it. take a look. here we go again. one more time we're looking at the subtropical jet stream. we got that. plus you got the polar jet pushing in. then between the two, we've got moisture developing. this moisture coming in off the pacific. so now you get this combo of the two pushing in. you end up with all this frozen precipitatio for example, atlanta earlier, roads a mess, schools closed, big crashes along i-20. now this blue line is the 32-degree line. north of the line, it's freezing or at 32. below the line, you can start to see a mix of precipitation. in fact, here's what's happening between columbia and charleston. we have freezing rain then sleet and then snow. we're watching this line push through. as we continue, we've got winter storm watches in effect until
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7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning -- or thursday morning, i should say, for atlanta, georgia, and the southeast. we're going to be watching this. as we move on into tuesday night, tonight, winter weather advisories for raleigh, north carolina. could see 1 to 3 inches of snow. this system moves up to the north, may bring 1 to 3 inches of snow to boston, which would push them over the 100-inch mark. so we're watching that system. now, let's go into wednesday morning. back here in the south, that moisture we were showing you with savannah, winter storm watches now for dallas through wednesday. snow or mixed precipitation. a flight from san antonio landing at dallas yesterday slid off the runway, so we could see more of that. some snow and ice accumulation. we move on to wednesday afternoon, evening. atlanta, you're in the ice as well. you could be having big problems on the road and at the airport. as we move into early thursday morning, the frozen thank you, al.
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7:37. lot going on around the nation. most of the nation blanketed by that snowfall for us. we're going to see a gorgeous day. point reyes beautiful conditions lots of sunshine coming in. it's chilly, grab your jacket something you can ditch later on. we'll be in the 60s today. 65 degrees in san francisco, 67 degrees in the south bay, and the good news is if you like warmer weather we'll keep that going all the way through thursday. cooldown and showers friday/saturday. and that's your late e weather. >> thank you very much. just ahead on trending, it gets better the longer you've been married. what are we talking about? good news if you've been together for years. >> okay. up next, police and the use of force. jeff rossen takes us inside a simulator that really shows how little time an officer has to make a life or death decision. that story, but first, these messages.
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the media is useless. you were out of control. but not always. >> back with our rossen reports emergency 911 series. we are looking at police shootings and why officers open fire. the national correspondent jeff rossen has the story. >> good morning to you. police shootings are in the news and so many of them caught on camera. these are life and death decisions made just like that. researchers are using a high tech simulator putting cops to the test. training them how to react when
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faced with danger. we are taking you inside. here's the question. what would you do if the suspect got this your face? albuquerque, new mexico. this police officer walks up to a suspect's car. the suspect opens the door and within a second -- shoots five times. the officer returns fire and survives. columbia south carolina. a police officer ask this is man for his id. >> can you sigh your license, please? >> he reaches over to grab it and as the officer opens fire. >> why did you shoot me? >> the man was unarmed and the officer is on trial, charged with felony assault and battery. his lawyer said the shooting was justified because he feared for his life and the safety of others. across the country, officers
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making split second decisions. and the results can bring even veteran cops to tears. >> and now groundbreaking research is under way in washington state university. >> hey! come here buddy. >> training officers to handle deadly encounters in the state-of-the-art simulator. >> we are watching on monitors. >> police department sir, you need to let her go. >> they walk through a life-like scenario. >> sir, the police department let me see your hands. >> medics one down. >> it's over that quickly. it happened so fast. >> within 1.1 seconds, the suspect fired twice and the officer fired four times. steve james helps run the program. one of the country's leading experts on police shootings.
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>> we are trying to understand what makes the situations difficult for officers. >> to find out how hard it can be -- >> act like a real police officer. your life or someone else's. >> i'm going inside. >> it's very dark and hard to see. i think that's someone over there. let me see your hands, please. what's your name? >> this is a suspicious person who may be wanted in a assault. >> remove the cardboard box and let me see your hands. he pulls his handout. >> was that a beer bottle? oh god, he had a beer bottle. it locked like a gun. >> think you could do better. you are the cop walking into this robbery. the suspect turns and looks like he is reaching for something. what do you do? hope you didn't shoot, it's just gum. in the real world, there is no
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time to second-guess. >> you can't sit there and wait for the shots. you can't do that or you may be dead. you have to react to the threat that is there. >> this is fascinating too. there is the hot button issue of race with the shootings. those researchers just released a study showing both white and african-american officers have a subconscious bias against african-american suspects. research shows the officers are overcompensating. both white and african-american. they are hesitating before they shoot because they are worried about the possible backlash where the suspects turn out to be unarmed. >> i'm glad you did this. we covered stories where they made the wrong choice. when you put it in realtime like you froze that video, you realized how fast they had to make the decision. >> just like you said. >> great training. amazing. thank you. coming up next do you want your
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a very good morning to you. it is 7:56. i'm laura garcia-cannon. we are covering breaking news in southern california. these are live pictures from the site where a crowded commuter traip struck a big rig, sending cars flying off the tracks. this is a live look above the keep right now. it happened a little before 6:00 this morning in oxnard that's in ventura county. so far no reports of fatalities but we should tell you there are at least 30 people injured. crews have been at the scene assisting those people. we learned the truck driver initially left the scene but police caught up to him a short time later. one we'll continue to follow. in the south bay, a san jose woman connected to a crime spree here is expected in court this morning. police say 19-year-old gab reeriella ortiz and four other men killed robert heiser last week. investigators say ortiz is a
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prostitute who went to heiser's home in the hours before he was killed. switching gears let's look at the forecast for today. how are we looking, christina? >> beautiful day shaping up laura. good morning to you. patchy frost to start. it's the coldest estest morning in the month. big pattern change friday and saturday. we're in the 30s right now, couple of 40s there as well on our way to the mid-60s. if you miss the chance for rain on the seven-day forecast we have the chance friday and into saturday and again by tuesday. here's mike an your drive. >> still chilling as far as the commute goes considering it's a tuesday. we don't have quite so bad a build but slowing north 101 approaching the airport because of a crash around de la cruz. lanes are cleared on the shoulder. 880 at 92 another crash and also for the tri valley a lighter than typical tuesday there. aas we get across the bay
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typical build for the peninsula, san mateo southbound the worst of that and approaching the bay bridge the crash in hilltops are there. back to the "today" show.
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it's 8:00 on "today," coming up, daring rescue an an nbc news exclusive. the family of kayla meuller tells of her boyfriend's daring trip to syria to save her. >> do you feel he tried to save her life we know he risked his life to try to save her. >> plus, surprising conclusion. the new report that finds the best contraceptive is the one most women don't choose. ♪ i wanna be a cowboy baby ♪ >> and he's a cowboy, baby, kid rock is going all in with country and he's here for a special live performance today,
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tuesday, february 24th, 2015. ♪ >> hi, mom! it's our last day in new york city! we're on the "today" show! whoo! >> hello to my family in indianapolis and chicago! >> whoo! ♪ >> i'm here to see kid rock! >> first time in new york! >> welcome back to "today" much it's 8:00, tuesday, february 24th, 2015. we have kid rock and joey logano, daytona 500 winner on our very chilly plaza saying hello to very nice fans. we thank them for that. >> what a weekend -- will is kid rock. what a weekend for joey logano.
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24 years old, wins the daytona 500, wow! that's a big deal. >> and a very cold start. >> kid rock is holding up a sign saying it's his 18th birthday. >> yeah. good luck with that, kid rock. >> he just became a grandfather. >> yeah. >> we can tell that you america is on ice. we can also show it to you. here's a view of the hudson river from our helicopter. today dylan drier is in all that ice. she's aboard the u.s. coast guard cutter willow. good morning to you. >> yeah, i'm now on the hudson on ice. i feel like by the time this winter is over you will have me sleeping in an igloo somewhere. but anyway, we're on the hudson river. it tends to freeze up from albany, new york, south to west point, new york. we're in about kingston, right in the middle. this is where we see the freezing. we have taken this path on the way south. now we're heading back north. that's what the boats are designed to do. you can see all of the ice
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surrounding this area and the hudson river and the steel hull of this boat can chop through about 13 inches of ice. they have to do that because this is a major waterway for the barges to go up and down and transport about 70% of the home heating oil for the northeast. so this is a very important waterway. and these vessels go out about every single day there is about two to three vessel that's go out and justin to cruise around the hudson river and break up the ice so that barges can go through. it's a very necessary th especially this winter which has been seeing record breaking temperatures. we already broke record lows again this morning. guys? >> all right. thank you very much. try to stay warm. our thanks to the folks aboard that coast guard cutter. >> a lot of fuel oil comes through the hudson river. it's imperative that route stays open. >> they're doing an important job, for sure. let's get a check of the other top store yifz the morning from natalie. good morning. >> good morning. we have more on that breaking news this morning out of
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southern california where a metro link train hit a truck in oxnard. dozens of people are hurt. nbc's hallie jackson has more. good morning. >> good morning, natalie. here's what we know. 30 people have been hurt. no confirmed fatalities after this train crash in oxnard. this train heading south towards los angeles. you can see aerials from the scene. we know that the car or truck was carrying a trailer. when that collided with the train, the vehicle caught on fire. the driver actually tried to flee the scene, tried to run away. police were able to find him. that driver is now in custody. patients are being treated at the ventura county medical center and trauma center as well as st. john's medical regional center. the national transportation safety board says it's aware of this crash. it is monitoring it. no plans to come out just yet. don't be surprised to see an investigation from the ntsb. at this point you can see this is a facebook video that had been taken by somebody. you can see the flames of fire after that train versus car crash. the last major incident
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involving a train was back in september 2008 when 20 people were killed and 135 people hurt. so natalie, we'll be monitoring for the latest and keep you posted from l.a. >> hallie jackson in los angeles, thanks. veterans affairs secretary robert mcdonald is apologizing for misstating that he served in the military special forces. mcdonald made the false claim while sfoeg a homeless veteran during a segment that aired on the cbs evening news. the secretary released a statement saying i incorrectly stated that i had been in the special that was inaccurate and apologize to anyone offended by misstatement a new government report finds the popularity of long acting reversible contraceptives is growing the use of iud's jumped almost five fold over the last decade. some of the devices can last ten years. studies have shown them to be safe, effective, reversible and with few side effects. a first grade teacher in texas is giving one of her students
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more than an education. 6-year-old matt parker has been in failing health for much of his life and needs a kidney trans plant. after a nationwide search, his own teacher turned out to be a perfect match and agreed to donate one of her kidneys. the teacher lindsey painter has two young boys of her own and says she can't imagine having a child going through what matt is going through. the boy's mother calls the match a miracle. incredible teacher. and a great story about a single mom in north carolina and a very big jackpot. mary is one of three winners of the third biggest powerball jackpot ever. on monday she claimed her share of the jackpot, $188 million. she picked the lump sum payment of $137 million after taxes. about $88 million for the month of four. she says she plans to take care of her kids, finish her college degree and buy a nice new house for her mom. good for her. let's get a check of the weather from al. >> thanks so much. i have all these nice folks
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huddling for warmth. we have a kid rock sign today. how did she know? it's amazing. all right. let's see what we have for you for today. and we've got a lot of weather. it's warm in minneapolis. excuse me, than it is in pittsburgh or boston. that's pretty impressive stuff. and it is going to stay cold. minneapolis, your turn in the barrel is coming up. we have more cold air coming as we look right now. icy conditions along the southeastern add lanttlantic states. plenty of sunshine in the pacific northwest. 8:07. good morning. i'm christina loren. happy you're waking up with us. we have a pretty day shaping up. half moon bay and san francisco, where you can see for ten miles or better. no fog to report. kind of cold as a result of the blanket of low clouds moving away from us.
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49 in san francisco right now. 36 in the north bay. as we get into this afternoon, the cold air will mix out. beautiful day ahead. temps in the mid 60s. your extended forecast in moments. neck of the woods. >> that's your latest weather. >> want a blank sunset. >> oh, yeah. blankie. >> coming up next on "trending," are you a favorite of road house? wait until you hear what that movie is being used to teach. >> plus, one of the coolest customers in music. you might be mad that i said cool customers. that is so '80s. kid rock is here. he has a live performance. we need that heat. >> thank you very much. here with golfing great greg norman. we're going to talk to him about a major milestone that had nothing to do with golf and also his recovery. which arm was it? >> this one here. >> from a nasty chain saw descent. accident. first, these messages. edtime? ...why settle for this? enter sleep number. don't miss the final days of the ultimate sleep number event. sleepiq technology tells you how well
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trending. first up i have definitive proof that miley cyrus was wrong. she told me this. >> i heard when you turned 40 you start to go a little less sexual. around that time i heard some people don't have sex anymore. i guess maybe around then. >> that wasn't good news for me. miley, listen up. a new study took a look at married couples and here's what it found. those who made it passt the 50-year mark. the longer the couple is together the better it gets. couples married for 65 years reported more sex than those married for 50. are those typos? that's real. 65 years than 50. >> 65 and that's 90.
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>> exactly. >> we should talk about senior citizens as much as possible on the show. don't you think? >> yes, we should. >> here in new york getting a lesson in kindness from patrick swayze. the nypd teaching one of his movies and it's not "dirty dancing". >> i will let you know. >> that are is the 1989 action movie roadhouse. he played a bouncer teaching them how to handle unrule i customers. it's shown to police officers as a mandatory course.
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>> we will let that go. christina aguilera reclaimed her chair on "the voice." she showed off her own musical talents playing a game with jimmy. she nailed impressions of her fellow divas, cher and britney spears. ♪ the best part of waking up is folgers your cup ♪ >> amazing. britney! ♪ this little piggy ♪
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>> by the way, don't get any impressions. there is no feud between the two. christina and britney have been friends since they were kids. >> mickey mouse. >> that's what's trending today. >> a new use for lipstick. can you put it under your eyes to hide dark circles? >> back with the family of kayla mueller. they opened up about her work and capture by isis. they reveal more about kayla's time in captiveity and her boyfriend's attempt to rescue
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her. >> how kayla's boyfriend went back to syria to save her. a 33-year-old photographer and activist omar had known kayla since 2010 and said she insisted on coming with him into syria where he had been called to help an aid hospital. >> did you know he was planning to go to syria? >> no. just 24 hours into their journey, omar was beaten and held and eventually released. kayla, a more valuable prisoner was not. before he and kayla had gone into syria, they agreed to say they were married if they were
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captured. omar as a syrian and her husband might convince captors to let her go. not long after returning home he decided to go back to syria to try to free kayla. >> we told him not to do it. >> he went anyway. >> omar managed to get before an isis official and said kayla was his wife but when kayla before the isis judge was asked if it was true, she said no. >> according to him, she said he is my fiance not my husband. >> someone said she was asked three times and denied it three times. it was the trouthuth. >> she was telling the truth. >> was there any part of you that wished she had not told the truth in that moment? >> well it could have gone even more wrong had she lied. >> i wanted her to tell the truth. i thought -- like i said i kept
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saying soften their hearts and maybe somebody would see kayla and see him in kayla. that's what i was hoping for. >> today in the midst of so many questions and uncertainty about kayla's death, the muellers have no reason to doubt what omar has told them. >> we have no reason to discredit him. >> so he really tried to save her life? >> definitely. yes. throughout this whole ordeal there is few people we didn't doubt at some point. very few that we didn't doubt. they had some other motive. but we know he risked his life to try to save her. >> such a sad conversation with the muellers. >> the more you hear about this story, it's so complex. a lot to it.
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we did a long interview. we sent an extended excerpt on our website. we can learn more about the foundation called kayla's hands. go to today.com. >> savannah thank you very much. now to a man whose story is too shocking to believe. at 19 years old. ryan ferguson was wrongly convicted of murder. he served nearly a decade all the while maintaining his innocence. on his last appeal attempt, ryan's conviction was overturned. he writes about his experience in his book stronger faster smarter. good morning. >> good morning, matt. great to be here. >> how are you doing? >> i'm trying to get back into life figuring out my place in the world. >> when you first went to prison you had the anger and resentment and bitterness. how long did that last and what turned the page for you? how did you get past it?
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>> it was years, but i was only hurting myself. i started to read more and work out and take care of my mind and body. i began to change and get better. i kept moving down that path. >> you staying fit is really about survival in prison. you had a very difficult time with a cellmate that was a murderer in a cell just a few cells down from you. this was as much about surviving emotionally as it was getting fit? >> it was mostly surviving emotionally and physically and as time went on i realized this is a great quality of life and i wanted to share that with other people. >> you started writing the book while you were in prison. did you have hopes it would eventual low reach an audience or did you harbor the fears that you would linger and spend the rest of your time in that cell? >> i had fears. nothing is given in our legal system. it's not about that and reality
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and what the laws are. sometimes you never know what's going to happen. i would write the book regardless of what's going to happen in our future. this book will be there. >> bad news when it reached you. on your last appeal attempt that finally the courts looked and said wait a minute. this conviction needs to be overturned. were you mentally prepared to handle that news? did it take getting used to? >> it still takes getting used to. i didn't know if i was going to get out when i got that news. i was skeptical and a week later i got out and it was strange being free after a decade. i missed my 20s. coming back out into the world is a scary prospect and i'm trying to figure it out. >> you mentioned you missed your 20s and it would be harmful to dwell on that but i don't know
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how you can't. >> i try to move forward in life. the 30s are the new 20s. it's about focusing on the day and not focusing on the past and what you missed. >> talk to me. you have a girlfriend now and you have this book coming out. what else is on your list? you have a lot of catching up to do. >> i do. i train in ft. meyers at a great gym. it keeps me happy and keeps me going. we have a documentary coming out. good news on that in the future. >> might you spend time with others who are incarcerated who claim their innocence? >> absolutely. that's the main component of my life. it's a great legal system but there a lot of innocent people stuck in it. exposing the truths and realities that they are facing that's the most important thing. it's hard to get a person out.
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very easy for them to go in. if we can stop people going in who are innocent that's the main thing. we need accountability for police and prosecutors? >> any lingering anger? >> there is. a lot of anger. i believe you can turn it into positive action. that's what my life is gored for. whether it's my fitness or helping other people through the legal system it's using that energy that could be very destructive and making life good and helping other people. >> good to see you. >> thank you, sir. great to see you. >> you too. the box is stronger faster smarter. >> thank you so much. coming up kid rock. we were just talking about our big duet. gcd, b minor. >> you
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good morning. it's 8:26 right now on tuesday. i'm sam brock. we're continuing to follow breaking news from oxnard california. that's where a crowded commuter train struck a big rig sending cars flying off of the tracks. you're looking at images captured earlier this morning. that crash happened before 6:00 in oxnard. that's in ventura county. there are no reports of fatalities but 30 people are injured. the truck driver initially left the scene. the police caught up to him. we have received photos of the crash. in the pictures, you can see the flames. the chp said own lee the truck caught fire. they're monitoring the situation. we'll let you know when we have
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updates. let's bring it back home let's find out what's going on on the local roadways. >> fortunately nothing as serious as the crash in the bay area. we had a crash now clearing, it looks like everything is starting to move better off the san mateo bridge. look at your map. a tough drive both directions. a crash eastbound at edgewater has cleared in the last few. more volume on 1 zr01 and the peninsula. despite all the crashes, holding itself as far as a typical commute past the airport. back to you. >> thanks very much for the update. see you in 25 minutes.
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8:30 on a tuesday morning, the 24th day of february, 2015. it is only about 5 or 6 degrees out on the plaza. but do not worry. we have a nice warm crowd. and we're about to heat things up considerably. >> that's right. kid rock is here. he's got a new album. we cannot wait for him to perform it live also ahead, can't stand those dark circles under your eyes? a woman behind a new trick using
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lipstick. red lipstick to fix the problem. savannah you tried this? >> it really works. and great white shark greg norman is here celebrating his 60th birthday. >> he gets me mad. anyway, first, another sports star. 124-year-old joey logan know took the checkered flag at sunday's daytona 500, become the second youngest driver to ever win the iconic race. hey, joey, how are you? >> congratulations. >> you're 24 years old. you must have been dreaming about this moment your whole life. >> it is amazing. i think every kid growing up thinks about winning the daytona 500. it's been a few laps ago. i have been replaying it in my mind and what was going on.
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finally crossing the line check orred flag seeing your team and friends standing there. it's so amazing. >> so much excitement in this sport but also a lot of tension. we have seen other incidents in the past. is there so much tension off the track and on the track right now because the stakes are so high? >> the stakes are really high. you think of daytona 500, that's one reason. the chase format. there's so much on the line each and every week. when someone keeps yo from doing that, it seems like it is part of sports. it is part of any competition the out there. but fun. that's what we do every week. we put on a great show for fans. >> can we do a rain check. nice. i have to ask. because you said you lost your wedding band.
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after winning you said it would be far worse to lose the daytona 500 ring. >> i have to redeem i can't replace my wife brittany. the ring is just a symbol. >> i don't think you did that well. i think you need sos more. >> brittany, you're awesome. i love you. she's watching in the greenroom. >> some of the daytona 500 winnings, i'm you can apologize a little bit better. >> thanks joey. >> with friends like him, right? >> congratulations. >> great to have you here. >> a check of the weather, al. >> you had a cold start. >> yeah. but it got warmer. >> not as warm as right now. let's show you what we've got going on right now for you. an icy mix in the southeast.
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wet weather down through the gulf coast. looking at sunshine up and down the west coast. lots of windy conditions with snow around the great lakes. tomorrow icy whether from texas into the southeast. snow through the plains into the central mid-western part of the 8:34. good morning. i'm meteorologist christina loren. temperatures still on the chilly side. going to be a nice finish to the day. highs come in at about 3:00 and at that time temperatures are going to climb to the mid 60s. then we'll warm you up throughout wednesday and thursday. rain on the way friday into saturday, and along with the rain a big drop in the temperatures. sunday, though looking good for outdoor plans. and that's your latest weather. tamron?
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>> is speak beautiful on "today" is brought to you by dove. it takes only one positive tweet to start a trend. #speakbeautiful. >> thank you, al. so many people turn to social media to share their thoughts on beauty and self image. not all are words. they can have an impact on confidence and self else stream. with dove on the speak beautiful campaign. tweet your messages of inspiration and empowerment using the #speakbeautiful. guess what you may share yours on the big board in the orange room. savannah? tamron thank you so much. there's a new makeup craze. it's exciting. youtube on fire. 4 million views of that video right there. it is all about putting lipstick under your eyes to cover dark circles. we're very interested in this.
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with a good morning to you. >> good morning. >> and monica is going to be -- i won't say begin request pig. our beauty contestant. we want to show how you do it you've done other videos. >> uh-huh. >> did you expect to get 4 million views? >> i knew it was a good tip. never in my life would i have thought 4 million people from all over the world would be so intrigued. >> it is fascinating to see you do it. first, how do you apply the lipstick and how do you know what color? >> it is not a one lipstick fits all a. that's the main thing to know f. you're fair tone or tan or if you're darker skin tone it ranges from a bright red orange to coral peach. >> you pick your lipstick. you just dab it on. what do you do after that? >> i put it on this eye. what's important is you let it set for a minute before you put
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the concealer over it so it doesn't get all messy. you need to make sure to press it directly into the skin like this. that's really where you dab it on there. i'm usualing a brush. you can also feel free to use your finger. and i think for a first time it is important to start with minimal amounts and build it up as necessary. >> then you put the concealer on. and then on top of this add the concealer. what's really important here is is that you take the concealer and press it on top rather than again, like smearing it. >> what kind of lipstick? some lipsticks are shiny. some are matte. >> definitely nothing with glitter or shimmer. i like to do a matte one so it doesn't blend in with the concealer and it sticks to your skin. >> it helps the circles? >> it is kind of just looking at
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the color wheel. if you see the reds and oranges, directly across are the greens and blues. those are the colors under your eyes. they neutralize each other. >> okay. as you said the lipstick choice is kind of key. if someone is fair skinned, olive skinned, dark skin how do you know generally what color to pick? >> you have to play with it and go with it and see what works best. for me i noticed just in general, tan skin ruddy orange. fair skin was more of a coraly peach. and darker skin more of a deeper red. >> we see it here on beautiful monica that it works very well. thank you so much. she will do your other eye >> coming up next matt will have to get some pointers. greg norman on the game he loves and turning 60. and kid rock
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35r we are back with the great white shark himself. you spent more than six years as the top golfer. he is not slowing down after turning 60. >> i have known you for a long time. what is surprising is i thought you turned 60 years ago. >> doesn't seem like 60 to tell you the truth. >> did it bug you? just in private conversations. i admitted 40 freaked me out a little bit. how did 60 feel? >> i didn't think about it. i actually feel like i am fitter than what i was at 40. it's really just a number to me. i don't want to get tied up with that. >> physically you feel the same. >> i feel better. >> do you? >> i feel stronger faster my
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cardio is much better. why? i got into it and made sure my body was good. >> what about emotionally? how do you feel when i met you at 40 or 50? >> i talked to my team and talked about rising 200 year rising. i am really fresh in my mind about what we can do. >> i noticed that elite athletes miss when they stop competing at a high level is the competition. what have you replaced the competition with? business some. >> business. we have 19 divisions of the company now and growing. you look at life and i'm not going to live forever. now when i had the establishment with the company, they get to that point.
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>> physically better than you were at separate hand-eye coordination. huh a chape saw incident. it was serious. >> it was. i healed. i still have numbness. you can see the swelling here. i can't find the bottom. >> you are not getting strokes. the older you get, you are still doing foolish things. i want to ask you a golfing question. there is so much speculation about tiger woods. you were number one and he took over and started to dominate the sport and he had well-publicized problems. can he come back? >> quite honestly i doubt it. it's tough. after that period of eight or nine years, his body is starting to show a lot of let down. he hit a lot of golf balls and has a lot of power and flexibility. something has to give. the joints he has achilles
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problems. as time goes by he has a med leave. >> you think he lost his confidence. is that harder to get back than the physical? >> absolutely. he is standing over the back and you have to chip it and you hold it back. all those gremlins are going to be sitting in. >> it's interesting. not long from now. happy birthday. >> thank you. good to see you. >> coming up kid rock heats up the studio with a live performance. but first, this is "today" on nb
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8:46 we are back with kid rock. >> out with a new album and he will perform with us live. a little more on the musician
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who is not afraid. with an infectious mix of rap, rock country and pop, kid rock became a household name in the 90s with these hits. his chart topping party anthem bad boy antics and high profile relationships made him a celebrity. loyal to his michigan roots, kid rock used his fame to revitalize his hometown of detroit. kid rock's tune changed overtime but with six platinum records and 25 million albums sold he is proving he is not going anywhere. and kid rock's new album first kiss is out today. good to see you. you are walking through memory lane. what would you say the sound is
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of this new record? >> pretty americana. i like to call blues-based rock 'n' roll. it seemed like it turned into country music these days. the all country sound like the eagles and linda ronstadt. >> was this a conscious decision to evolve or was it something ta that came with age under your belt? >> a little bit of conscious and a little bit of age. where my ears show me to be at. i stay there. i'm not in tune with the i cans these days. i don't have my ear in the street like i used to. i try to make music for the people who enjoy what i do. >> you recently became a grandfather. congratulations. nobody will believe that because you are 43 years ole. >> it keeps my red neck intact. >> what kind of grandpa are you?
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>> we are just starting and it's new. it's a little girl. a little boy, i could have smacked around. i am seeing a lot of this. >> prepare for your heart to melt. >> i have a feeling you will be a softy. are you going to sing for us? >> yes. >> we look forward to that. >> getting ready to perform, but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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tickets for his tour go on sale for $20. we talked to kid rock. take it away. ♪ i like the fresh braids in your hair ♪ ♪ them pretty blue jeans that you wear ♪ ♪ i like to watch you shoot your
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gun ♪ ♪ i like the way you love having fun ♪ ♪ oh, baby ♪ ♪ i like the way you turn me on ♪ ♪ just like an old guy with his song ♪ ♪ i like the way you work it ♪ ♪ 10 out of 10 baby you're perfect ♪ ♪ sun is shining ♪ ♪ they are drinking bourbon by the batch ♪ ♪ i walk that line because you love me ♪ ♪ and i want to be your johnny cash ♪ ♪ johnny cash ♪ ♪ i like the way you hold my
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hand ♪ ♪ it's just like my baby grand ♪ ♪ i like how you don't give a damn ♪ ♪ and love me just the way i am the way i am ♪ ♪ the sun is shining on kentucky ♪ ♪ they are drinking bourbon by the batch ♪ ♪ i walk that line because you love me ♪ ♪ and i want to be your johnny cash johnny cash ♪ ♪ that certain smile that you
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wanted. come lay your head in next to mine ♪ ♪ you know i cherish every moment ♪ ♪ i love you till the end of time end of time end of time ♪ ♪ you know the sun is shining on kentucky ♪ ♪ they're drinking bourbon by the batch ♪ ♪ i walk that line because you love me ♪ ♪ and i want to be your johnny cash johnny cash ♪ ♪ lay you down in that blue grass ♪ ♪ lay you down in the grass ♪
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♪ lay you down in that blue grass ♪ ♪ >> kid rock and the band. very good. i want to know how you stopped her from throwing her bra on stage. >> it's only february but are the leader from this year's competition that comes with the biggest fans. >> you haven't had bruce springsteen. >> the tour tickets go on sale for $20. >> yes, ma'am. >> stick around and talk with us more. >> all right. >> thank you so much. thank you, folks. appreciate it. >> more straight
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a good tuesday morning. 8:56. new this morning, investigators are trying to figure out what caused a deadly house fire in sunnyvale. fire crews got the call at a home on fisher hawk drive. firefighters say an elderly man died in the fire. according to neighbors. only one person lived in the home, but the victim has not been identified yet. >> we're following a developing
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story from southern california. that's where a crowded commuter train struck a big rig sending cars flying off of the tracks. four cars in fact. it happened before 6:00 this morning in oxnard. no reports of fatalities but at least 30 people are injured. we have learned the truck driver initially lost the scene but police caught up with him a short time later. we'll be following this all morning long.
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from nbc news this is "today"'s take with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall live from studio 1a rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" on a very very chilly tuesday morning. february 24th 2015. plaza temperature, as you can see on the monster outside, 6 degrees here in new york city. i'm willie geist. we do start again today with the weather. outside kingston up state new york along the coast guard cutter "willow." what's it look like dylan.
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>> when it's below zero it tends to look a little icy. we're between west point, new york, and albany new york. that section of the river tends to freeze. we are on u.s. coast guard cutter "willow." we are literally cutting through the ice with the hull of the shape. that's the lane the barges need to transport heating oil to the northeast. they need to stay in the gray lines. white, not good. gray is good. the white stuff is where we have ice about 13 inches thick. this boat could actually go through the ice. we will travel down and keep cutting the paths because the barges really need to get the oil to the northeast. because it's exceptionally cold. the crew said this is one of the worst winters they have remembered since 2004. they said it's an exceptionally long period of freezing temperatures. they are out here every single day to two to three cutters breaking up the ice. they can't remember the last
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time they had to have that many boats to break up the ice just to get to the barges. especially when you're talking about heating oil to 70% of the northeast. this is a crucial endeavor we are on right now, guys. >> a great overhead shot too. >> the noise that it creates. we can't hear it here but it is deafening. >> sorry. it is. it's very dry here. it sounds like you're making a margarita. the ice is literally being crushed. we have already been through a couple of times so it's not as noisy as it was before. the first time i really couldn't hear you you. i'm not trying to be classic correspondent here but i'm just trying to hear you because the ice is very noisy. >> dylan, the crew you were with but my crew they are really good cooks. they have a great kitchen on that cutter. >> they have scrambled eggs
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oatmeal. they were making everything. bacon. we are well taken care of. >> if anybody deserves it it's dylan. >> yeah. another great job. thank you, dylan. >> you know right now we've got a very dangerous situation going on in georgia. because there's a thin line of freezing rain and snow and sleet. so cobb county schools, closed. big problems down there. pileups on i-20. they'rup set because the schools weren't closed earlier. there were delays. now school is closed and there are big problems. there are other schools in the districts that are either closing or closed. stretching from alabama, georgia, dallas closed their schools. hartsfield airport was shut down for de-icing.
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it's crazy stuff going on. texas has taken the brunt of a 29-car pileup outside amarillo. we're seeing more and more this winter than i think we have seen in a long long time. >> massive pileups. >> this was outside amarillo. 18-wheeler lost control on i-45. >> look at that. >> deadly, dangerous stuff out there. take your time. oklahoma having problems right now. >> that driver got out of the truck, by the way. he opened the door and just walked out of the truck, witnesses say. >> we have more of this coming tomorrow and on into thursday. so it's going to be a very dangerous part of this. but there is a light side. let's look at elsa the dog who doesn't want to let it go. look at that. she's shoveling the family's hockey rink. she is the dog version of a
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zamboni. >> i have to train zara. she got 140,000 hits wanting to see elsa in action. >> you can sit in having a warm drink and watch the dog shoveling the driveway. >> how long did it take her? >> just that one line. >> she earned her keep. >> she did more than my kids would do. >> willie speaking of treats -- >> i was on the red carpet of "vanity fair". i saw these dresses go by. >> there's not much there, isn't there? >> they're fantastic. >> at least the right people are wearing them. heidi klum. >> the three of them together makes a whole dress. >> this is what you did when you walked in. >> i like to go through the
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paper. >> he didn't open. he goes mmm. >> i did not. >> yes, you did. >> i was talking about a-rod. i'm glad he's back. i hope he has a good season with the yankees. >> he told on me once for a bar fight. >> oh, right. >> too late now. >> paybacks. >> too much? >> you know what -- >> do it. >> hey, these are the ladies who can certainly get away with it. they're making a statement. they're there for the red carpet. they want to have all our eyes on them. rightfully so. our eyes are on them. >> this is not everyday wear. >> they don't want you to imagine. they want you to see it. >> i'm just curious, as a woman, how hard is it putting that on? >> keeping it in the right place? >> it is nylon. >> number one, these are not
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mere mortals. they have stylists. they fit their bodies. that is not off the rack ready. >> like iron man. >> i'm just waiting for the day where we're at that point where the next look at the red carpet is bedazzled jewels. >> we can only hope. >> that green dress elevated her. >> the versace dress, iconic dress with pins on it. she went from someone you didn't know to the household name she is now. she's also very talented. rita lawrence is a musical talent right now. >> barely there fashion modeled by william and al.
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>> we have to be on the same planet. >> you are not mere mortals. >> this is i think -- the dresses are questionable. whether you can relate to that i think you will love the next story. single momma reason holmes is now sharing that powerball jackpot -- she's a single mother of four children. she's one of three winners. $564 million. her share breaks down to $188 million. there she is there. i love this. she's opting for the big lump sum of $127 million. after taxes, if you're counting $88 million. why count once you get past $1 million? holmes gave her mother 15 bucks to buy a lottery particular the et on her way to church. and the lord provided. ask and ye shall receive.
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she plans to go to college, buy her mom a house and take care of they are three daughters and 7-year-old son with cerebral palsy. >> this is going to make a huge difference for them. they're going to be able to go to school not have to worry about paying for it. they'll be able to live a comfortable life and not worry about struggling. anything my kids ask for i can give and i don't have to tell them no. >> are you going to tell them no, though? >> yes. >> look in my eyes. what do you think? don't you love when people win like that. >> that might be the perfect lottery winner. single mother working hard to provide for four children one special needs. >> and great common sense on top of that. good stuff. >> breaking news this morning from our friends at little caesars. al this is special for you. bacon-wrapped crust deep dish pizza. i say it again.
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bacon-wrapped crust. >> oh, my goodness. >> three and a half feet of bacon. >> dig in. >> we're told each slice has 450 calories. >> each slice? 450? >> right around there. >> did you really ask if i want to? get the bacon bite. we won't be able to fit in the sheer dresses. >> that's all right. i wasn't planning on wearing it. i'm just saying. >> just wear a dress made of bacon. >> and strategically place the bacon. >> lady gaga already did that. >> perfectly sized. four different kinds of meat or something? what is this? >> sausage pepperoni, bacon and something else. cheese. >> i love that guy. pizza pizza. we haven't seen him. we should get him in here for an
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interview. he used to hang out before the orange room was there. he used to just be in there. niagara falls, slowly i turn. the record call. 23 below, massena. indianapolis 5 below. providence, 3 below. 14 in philly. 7 in bridgeport. pittsburgh 2. 0 in albany. 10 10. columbus, 3 below. they set a record there. temperatures bounce back. they will still be 10 to 20 degrees below average. out into texas, 20 degrees below normal. new orleans, 52. that's 15 below normal. now, tomorrow morning ahead of the front, 10 degrees milder than they have been. all of a sudden by wednesday morning, minneapolis, 4 below. 21 in lexington. and by thursday into friday morning, 8 in new york city 24
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charlotte, minus 9 in cleveland. cold air comes back with happy tuesday morning. i'm christina loren. it's a cold start to the day. temperatures are going to warm up nicely. nat sun is out in full force all across the board. going to take a little while for the cold air to mix out, but later on today, warming by 3 to 5 degrees. we'll see 3 to 5 degrees of warmth as we head throughout wednesday and thursday. then we have a big pattern change as we get into friday. looks like we will see showers. temps mostly in the 40s and 50s. grab a jacket if you're headed outdoors. as you break for lunch, upper 60s. hope you have a great day. >> i think some of our crew wants bacon pizza. there you go. >> save one for kid rock. >> hey, kid rock you want a little bacon pizza? >> of course he does. six numb records. he wants bacon pizza.
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wishing you love sleep and play. pampers >> multiplatinum star kid rock in the late 90s with huge hits and how it earned him five grammy nominations. >> she turning more to country rocker in his album. the first hit is out today. good morning. thanks for sticking around this hour. you get the pizza. >> bacon wrapped. >> what took them so long. >> that's what you were saying. >> what are took you so long to go country? >> i don't know if you call it going country. i have been creatively confused. it was fun to go in different genres. i enjoyed being the rock 'n' roll world and the hip hop world and country music now spending
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time in nashville. it has been a fun right. >> what i loved about the album is the way you are doing the concert. you did this last time as well. 2o a ticket. the beer and the merchandise is cheaper. >> i put the risk in myself. i don't take a guarantee. money is in the numbers. the more people, we can get close to our numbers than when we are changing $50 and $60 a ticket. we took live nation and be a guinea pig and try it out. it's very successful and so happy to be doing it again and i hope other people start doing it. i think that everything from sporting events and concerts with the price. >> you have to get a mortgage kind of thing. you are one show away from holding the record at the dte manager center. the music theater there. you have really knocked it out. are you going to break the
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record? >> i hope so. it's the greatest gig on earth. they played shows. i live one mile from the venue. i can play a song from my swimming pool. i'm home. >> you are obviously a rebel. whenever people think about you, kid rock says anything and everything he wants to say. you are a grand dad now. >> grandpa rebel. >> what is that? you talked with savannah. do you change diapers? >> it's still a little early. i always spoke my mind and don't follow political correctness that seems to be everywhere these days. when i speak, there is no sugar coating. >> one of the things i love is what an advocate you are for the city of detroit. you and eminem was like wow detroit is here.
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how has the stecity done 15 years after that. there is rebirth downtown. >> there is. i believe they are at capacity for living space. there is a lot of people in lottery development. the high speed rails coming in. it's great to see people in the city. five or ten years ago people come in and there is nobody on the streets. it looks like a ghost town. there is people and businesses and a lot of creative people. what do the creative people do? we can do our arts and crafts. the challenge will be the people and how we educate and get fathers back in the home and things of that nature that shattered the family in detroit for generations. >> it's on the come back for sure. >> can we show one more thing? listen to this clip. the 2001 song, forever. listen to this here.
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>> it's no longer like al roker. >> skinny like al roker. >> talking about his money. pulling out hits and getting chips like oprah. she thought i was talking about eating potato chips. i meant chips. >> thank you. >> al roker and the lyrics again. the new album. there you go. kid rock, thanks so much. >> still ahead we are catching up with two tv i've just found my new beauty bff. hi there! new colgate optic white express white. wait, don't you mean me? new colgate optic white express white toothpaste has the professionally recommended whitening ingredient hydrogen peroxide for whiter teeth in 3 days. without the hassle of whitening treatments. think of it as your smile bff. i thought i was your bff. i mean my other bff! dazzle... without the hassle. new colgate optic white express white.
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rules of greek! a good tuesday morning to you. it's 9:26. new this morning. investigators are trying to figure out what caused a deadly house fire in sunnyvale. fire crews got the call around 5:00 on a home on fisher hawk drive and cardigan drive. an elderly man died in the fire. according to neighbors. only one person lived inside. >> also a developing story in southern california. that's where a crowded commuter train struck a big rig around 6:00 this morning, sending four cars flying off the tracks. the crash happened before 6:00 as we mentioned, in oxnard in ventura county. no reports of deaths but at least 30 people were injured. our sister station in los angeles tells us the truck driver initially left the scene
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but police caught up to him a short time later. >> and tonight, a south bay film event returns for its silver anniversary. it lifts the curtain in downtown san jose. it will kick off with a documentary, batkid begins. that revisits a wild day in 2013 when san francisco virtually stalled for a young boy with leukemia who just wanted to be batman for a day. in all 91 films will remere. we'll be back with a look at weather and traffic after the break.
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9:28. welcome back. i'm meteorologist christina loren taking a live look at san jose. we have abundant sunshine, but it's still pretty chilly out there. if you're headed out and about, you want to grab the jacket. as we get into this afternoon, the temperatures will warm nicely. about 3 to 5 degrees warmer than yesterday. we'll keep that going for wednesday into thursday. and then we have a big pattern change on the way including some rain showers as we get into
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friday. 40s and 50s for now. we'll talk about the rain coming up. mid skibts by the end of the day. >> these folks started moving better in the last five minutes. west 92 the san mateo bridge from hayward to the peninsula. we had a slow drive, but after the second of the crashes cleared from the westbound direction, we have a better flow of traffic. southbound, 238, a crash at the shoulder, and north to oakland, late slowing. folks are slow getting to the bay bridge toll plaza. the rest of the bay, the south bay, starting to improve. back to you. >> mike thank you very much. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. for now, back to the "today" show.
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it really is. >> welcome back to "today." it's tuesday morning, february 24th. al natalie and karen. we're talking about the best possible food for a day like this. we found it. >> grilled cheese tomato soup and we found the perfect person to bring it to us. >> yes. we are so grateful. >> yeah! >> whoo! >> caramelized onions a little roasted tomato soup. >> oh, my gosh. >> great. >> a little harder for me to pass it. >> i can't pass it over. >> come on. >> i'm good. i'm good. i'm going to go upstairs in the second and start cooking some more. >> how are you? >> i'm good. i feel really good. >> the cooking channel? >> yeah i have a show called
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"dinner at tiffany's" and you're all invited for another season hopefully. we have fun and connect over food. >> caramelized onions. >> the best part of a french onion soup bowl. >> and dunk it. you've got to dunk it. >> definitely. >> we talk about fallon and the reunion. how hard was that? getting everybody together again and seeing everybody in a long time. >> i had mario and elizabeth come onto the show. and i talked to mark paul all the time. it was actually pretty -- it felt pretty normal. who wears a cheerleading outfit when you're pregnant. >> you revealed under the pompoms. >> big thing. >> ta-dah. >> we're going to cook upstairs with you in just a minute. talk about your great new show. in the meantime, al's going to do the weather with a grilled cheese in his hand. >> i am? >> my golly. >> it travels well. >> would you like to do weather with me?
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>> if you want me to. come on over. this is great. saved by the weather. fantastic. tiffany. >> you have to teach me how to do it. >> i'm learning myself. we have this subtropical jet stream and this polar jet stream. it's coming from canada. what's coming out of there? >> really cold weather. >> bingo. little arrow. now what's going to happen we're going to see the moisture come up. moisture meeting cold air? what do you think? >> my hair is not going to do good things. >> exactly. you'll get some snow and sleet on it. look at what's going on now. >> oh, my gosh. >> the blue line 32 degree line. all of that frozen precipitation between charleston and charlotte. >> wow. >> that is ugly. >> california is much nicer right now. >> it is. it certainly is. we have winter storm watches for the southeast until 7:00 a.m. tomorrow. with mixed precipitation earlier to later today so it will be a real mess. boom, it moves along and we have a winter weather advisory.
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snowfall, 1 to 3 inches. see how easy it was? >> it was very easy. >> weather with tiffany. i'm kidding. >> al who? hey, thank you, al and tiffany. want to show you the live picture of the san francisco bay. beautiful day shaping up. not as choppy out there for today on the bay. that's because the wind has dropped off significantly. it's still chilly enough for a jacket. this will be the case at least until about 10:00 a.m. you'll hit about 65 for today. comfortable conditions in san francisco. 67 degrees on the peninsula. if you like the warmer weather, we're going to have that for you, but just for a couple days and then the temperatures drop at the end of the week and your weekend with showers. more on that. and that is your latest weather. >> all right. if you look up multi-talented in the dictionary you'll see a picture of this guy, donald glover, once a writer on "30 rock." a former star of the tv show "community" and a rap artist
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childish became bean know. >> he's hitting the big screen in a terrifying thriller "the lazarus effect." check it out. >> you? >> they only use 10% of their brain. >> that was a myth. >> no, the myth is that we don't know what the other 90% does. humans use the entire part of their brain. we use 10% of their time. a small chunk of her brain should be lighting up. >> the whole thing is lit up. >> yeah. that's the weird part. >> oh, and then it gets scary. have you always wanted to do a movie like this scary, thriller kind of thing? >> yeah like i love horror films. i really like alien. they told us to watch movies like that that take place in the real world. yeah, i always wanted to do something kind of creepy. i like those things. >> give us a little bit more of the story line. the lazarus stops bringing people and animals back from the dead? >> yeah. like olivia wild plays zoey.
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she's the head of this team that's working on bringing people back from the dead. we bring a dog back from the dead and then we accidentally kill zoey. then we bring her back because we can and it goes -- >> not really zoey though? >> not really. it's her but she has some things to deal with. >> being dead and all, that probably -- >> it's a lot. it's a lot. >> people don't realize it's not easy -- >> not easy coming back. >> no. never come back the same. >> yeah. let's settle this once and for all. no relations to danny glover? >> no. i used it a lot and i guess in college to get out of like certain classes. >> did you really? >> i did. people would be like, you're danny's kids? yeah do i pass this class? nah. nah, nah. no relations. my dad works for the post office. >> have you ever met danny glover? >> i haven't. >> danny, come on out. >> is he out? >> no. >> oh, man, i really want to meet him.
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i loved "lethal weapon." >> you're multi-talented like he is. you're carrying a movie "magic mike xxl." >> yeah i am. >> what kind of appearance are you making? >> i can't talk too much about it. i can say i got waxed. i can definitely say that. >> what was that like? >> i don't know how people do it. yeah it's more of a -- all i can say as soon as it happened i started laughing. the pain was so intense. >> oh, my god. >> really a lot. >> see a 40-year-old virgin is somewhat accurate? >> i'd say extremely accurate almost to the point. >> you are a social media king. you have 1.7 million twitter followers. i mean you haven't posted for a while. what's going on? >> nah, i just -- i don't know. i feel like everything you put on social media, it kind of lasts forever. even if i post it for a second it will be there. my fans will find it generally. i kind of want to be respectful almost of the audience. i want to make sure when i put stuff up its a he for a good
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reason. >> it counts? >> yeah it counts. i don't want to be posting up stuff about my dog all the time. i don't have a dog but if i did i want to make sure -- >> but you could post about your dad, danny glover. >> yeah, if i could. >> lots of people wondering what's going on with the rap career. childish gambino, you hinted that perhaps you may not be doing music anymore? >> i always wanted to do music, like i love music and i always definitely -- already putting out projects quietly everywhere. i don't want to overproduce. i guess childish gambino is a period of my art. i want to have periods of my life. i feel like childish gambino should come to a close. i like endings. >> almost performance art? >> yeah. i look at my life as something that you can just -- you should be able to paint, like really. i think it is kind of like performance art. >> are you the next spider man? >> i can't say i'm the next spider man. >> can you say you're not?
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>> i can't say that either. it's not out. there has been talkings about it. i'd be honored to play it. it's not up to me. i want spider man to be good. i think spider man is one fb my favorite characters. >> would you be a good spider man? excellent spider-man? >> i personally think i would be amazing. "the amazing spider-man." >> you wear the tights very well. >> thank you. >> have you worn tights already? >> i've definitely worn tights before a lot. i know that sounds weird, but i have. like you just have to. in this business in this racket. >> okay. >> that's what we love about you. >> donald glover thank you. >> great to meet you "lazarus is back." coming up we've tempted your taste buds. tiffany will show you how to make some classic comfort foods perfect for a cold day like today. we'll be back right after this.
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been 25 years since saved by the bell hit the air. >> now with a nod to audrey hepburn, she is throwing dinner parties from the new show, dinner at tiffany's. >> thanks, you guys. it is so cold outside. this is perfect. roasted tomato soup and grilled cheese. that's the staple. you want to take the plum tomato tomatoes because you can peel the skin off of it. you want salt and pepper and all your to matematotomatoes. >> you are expecting your second child. is cooking a passion or did you learn out of necessity? >> it always has been something i loved to do. my mom and grandmother cook and my aunt cooks. you want to take thyme. it takes it to a better level
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when you take the time to roast it. it's fancy. >> it's easy though. >> you put them in the oven for an hour. see how easy it peels off? you take the skin off. we go here and i have onions that are browning. and then you add the tomatoes and you at the chicken stock or vegetable stock if you are vegetarian. >> how often do you host without cameras. >> more often than i do with cameras. i like to. it looked good for my family. i like to cook for my friends. a bay leaf and garlic and let it cook for about 30 minutes. >> later on, you add your cream and your basil and you can use a blender or emersion blender and
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mix it up. then we have the carmelized onions. that's one of the things i put in the fridge all the time because i love using it. >> you keep them after? >> i do. you can't keep them forever, but you can do it ahead of time. this is two onions. now you can see how it cooks down. at the end this is the butter. you want to put a little bit of water and take all the bits of this brown stuff and scrape it up and at your sherry vinegar and sugar. this is what makes it carmelize. you add the sugar to get it sweet. >> tiffany, on the show you are cooking in the kitchen and the guests come over? >> if you come over, i will put you to work. >> fine. right. >> can you actually butter the bread, please? >> butter my bread? >> here we go on the carmelized
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onions. i love that you keep this in the refrigerator. >> i make my salad dressings and all that stuff. time is of the essence when you have a kid. we will put the carmelized onions. >> what are kind of cheese? >> this is carmelized onions and the cheese. >> do you load up? >> oh, yes. absolutely. a lot of cheese. >> you got it going. >> got the other side. >> we will take these off and stick that on there. smells so good. do you want to cut these? cut these up. >> and we will let that heat up and do its thing. >> taste this as we go to break. >> we have the tomato soup. >> dinner at tiffany's premiers on the cooking channel. it's great to see you. >> thanks, you guys.
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in new york. wearing a hat is a way to stay stylish and warm. we hit the plaza. we know that al loves to rock a good hat as does savannah, but how do you find the style that fits your face. the hat stylist i use in new york is linda peg. it's called the hat shot and, you know what, though it is tough to sometimes get here to new york it does send in some good ones. that's another one from her. small business local here in new york. she makes them for celebrities as well. that one hat maker, look at other styles. christi keegan rocks them. the bean any is hot with beyonce. melissa garcia eonline's stylist is here to help us pull it off. good to see you. >> good to be here. >> i want to get to you and your ideas. we have a lot of hats. what's the one must-have hat. the baseball style? >> you can always go that way, but i think if you want to get
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into the trend, a small broom fedora is the way to go. >> a neutral color. >> this is a wider brimmed fedora. >> how far do you want to get in and venture. so many women are afraid to. >> speaking of fear. i was able to get this. i started out with basic black, basic brown, then i went crazy town. >> you can do it. >> these are some of the favorite styles out there. there's tons of styles out there. there's a hat for every woman. >> let's launch into our models that you brought here. you look beautiful already. tell me about this. >> this is natani. she has a triangular shaped face. she can wear everything. she has a smaller face. be careful with proportions. this is a smaller brimd fedora from nordstroms. another great one -- >> you say put hate on front to back. >> this is a close which i know you wear. really fun. >> fancy in a klosh.
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>> the next up the bean any style. jen here has a longer ovular face. we want to make sure the crown isn't too high. this is lower on her forehead. we pulled it down a little closer to her eyebrows. it's effortless. great for the winter. >> i love this. >> the next one is a floppy wide brim. this is soho inspired. >> we have a square face angular. we want to do very round. >> we're out of time. we're going to go online. we'll post it later. melissa, thank you so much. >> good to be here. >> check out "today".com. i'm going to pos
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well good morning, everyone. 9: 9:56. new, investigators are trying to determine what caused a deadly fire in sunnyvale. crews gault the home at a home on fisher hawk drive and
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cardigan drive. an elderly man died. the victim has not been officially identified. >> we're also monerring a scary commuter train derailment in southern california. a metro train struck a big rig, sending train cars flying off the tracks. it happened a little before 6:00 this morning in oxnard. you're looking at live pictures now. there's so much to clean up but fortunately, no reports of fatalities. at least 30 people have been in0ed. and we have learned the truck driver who initially left the scene has been caught by police. >> well let's check your weather this morning. >> hey, thank you, scott. nice bright sunshine coming in over san jose. we do have a pretty day ahead. still a little chilly out for. 67 degrees in the south bay for today. 66 in the tri-valley. we're going to hit about 69 degrees in the north bay. good news is temperatures will warm up for the next couple days and then we have rain on the way, looking promising toward the end of the week.
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we'll skr your future cast today at 11:00. tell you if you have a good chance of seeing the rain. it really depends on where you live. let's check the drive. here's mike. >> some folks almost living here on infreeway, making their way slowly. southbound 880, compression going on from the dumbarton bridge to mission. starting to move better. also here south 880, that's getting to the dumbarton. reports of a spill of some sort. there may be wet concrete. i'm tracking that carefully. it's blocking part of the slow lane. the south bay, improvements over the last half hour. south through san mateo, and a slower drive to the bay bridge which is looking lighter. >> thank you much. we'll have another local news update in a half hour. we'll hope to see you then.
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from nbc news this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello everybody. it's february 24th and we have a terrific show for you today. you wrote in to tell us about some of the weird, strange dreams you're having over and over again. so today we have some answers for you. >> the ones like falling or drowning or -- >> do you have a particular one? >> i dream i'm running in slow motion and i feel like i can't move and i know the person is right behind me. >> sounds like bo derrick's
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career. >> and figuring out your fertility can be tricky. so we'll have information about freezing your eggs and all that sort of stuff. >> freezing your eggs off. >> that's what we're doing right now. >> and a couple of wild and crazy guys from natgeo's "building wild." they can turn any backyard into a getaway. >> guess who is joining us to chat with us this morning? kid rock! a new album -- >> oh! >> good to see you. >> you played a song today already called "johnny cash". >> yes ma'am. >> sometimes you hear a song and you're singing it when you leave that's what happens with
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that song "johnny cash." here's a little bit of it. ♪ i like the way you've been having fun ♪ ♪ o baby ♪ ♪ i like the way you turn me on ♪ >> we're going to hear it right here. here it is. ♪ sun is shining on kentucky ♪ ♪ they're drinking bourbon ♪ ♪ i want that -- >> what's so great about you, we talked about how concert tickets are so pricey for everything.
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your tickets aren't quite as pricey as others. >> $20 every seat in the house except the front row. we give those to random fans that are maybe there other or look like they're having a bad day. >> you started that last time you were here. the fans must be so grateful because, come on -- >> you can feel it when people come in. they're appreciative. they scream a little louder. >> and they love you a little more. >> what can fans expect from this latest record? >> still -- it's still creatively confusing -- >> just you. >> for americana blues-based rock and roll. traces of my hip-hop roots a little bit. it's really all over the map. i feel like the older i get the better i get at songwriter, performing, singing. >> and speaking of the older you
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get -- >> this is my world's greatest grandfather shirt. >> your daughter had a baby. how does that feel? >> it was christmas day. i held her and watched football all day. this one's going to get me. i see a lot of this going on. >> you might have to raise your ticket sales. >> right. >> we are so, so happy for you. we wish you the best with the cd and your concert tour. thanks for coming to say hi. >> thanks for having me. >> great to see you. thank you so much. bye-bye. >> give it up for kid rock! >> you should have had kid on your radio show yesterday. >> right! hello! nobody's thinking. >> but you did have a great friend of ours on yesterday. >> brooke shields was with me. very first show. a little weird trying to navigate the waters but it was
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fun. i got to play some fun music. we took some calls. brooke talked. bobbi thomas came as well to talk about the oscar fashions. it was a fun day. >> and it's easy because it's so close -- >> if you want to listen to it it's on the "today" channel 108. >> and they repeat it? >> they must not have much opening -- >> that's not true. a lot of people are excited because "the voice" is back. >> christina's back too. >> christina aguilera. >> we love the blind auditions. there were a couple of great moments. there was a young high schooler who didn't get chosen. that's always a bummer. but something beautiful came out of it. let's look. >> i actually sang "happy" at my a cappella group now. >> will you sing it now?
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♪ >> that's so sweet of him to do that. >> that was beautiful. >> that makes me cry. >> turns something that could have disappointing and embarrassing you go back to your hometown and the people and you feel like a failure but how many people in life get to sing "happy" with pharrell. >> thank you. i forgot we had that. >> there were some four chair turns last night. that's when they had to fight over which coach gets the lucky singers. let's look. ♪ i've seen sorrow all through my days ♪
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♪ >> you are a legend in your own right. i'm not famous for playing a guitar. >> i'm so proud to be a part of this show because even if you don't end up on my team i get to watch this amazing thing happen. >> i'm going to change your mind because i'm on a thin set right now. >> he was not happy with the way the evening turned out right? >> so sad. >> he's already the sexiest man alive and married and -- >> sit down. i bet he picked blake. let's see. oh, we don't know? i guessed blake. what's the answer? >> pharrell. >> he chose pharrell. okay. next up we have -- >> let's see this.
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♪ >> push this button first. but i can't let this one go because you gave this generation something that they have never seen before. >> between blake's belt pharrell's jewelry and christina's attitude where i am in this equation? >> nowhere. >> we have to be friends buddies, we have to be roommates, we have to do this together. >> like singing into an old vintage microphone. >> he sidsaid the same thing to -- >> who did she choose? >> she chose pharrell. >> blake. >> you read it. >> adam was the only coach who did not go away with somebody. and i guess he was not pleased. >> no, he's not. >> he needs to count his
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blessings. >> "the bachelor." somebody got bounced. it was down to the final three. first of all, everyone seems to be declaring their love all the way around. whitney, kaitlyn or becca? you'll be surprised. if you haven't watched we're sorry. >> i'm not. >> take a look at everything that went on. >> i'm falling in love with you. >> knowing that whitney is truly wedding and willing to move to iowa makes me feel really good. i'm falling in love with whitney. she's an incredible woman. if things continue to go the way they've been going with whitney i can definitely see myself proposing at the end of all this. >> i really do like you and i see myself falling in love with you. i told you that. >> i'm falling in love with you. i want you to know that. >> he's falling in love with everybody!
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>> it's gross. >> it's too much. but i'm sorry the wrong girl got eliminated. >> how do you know? >> because -- maybe it's going to be right because her life is going to be better. >> i'm happy for her. >> it was stunning. it's look. >> during the rose ceremony -- >> becca, can i speak with you for a second? >> i feel really guilty being happy about this. but it's a great thing in my eyes. i feel good i feel happy. >> oh, shoot. >> becca.
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>> oh, please. >> oh, my gosh. >> you saw who got bounced. >> that's a long trip home from bali for her. she's going to have a long time to think. >> by the way, with all the boo-hooing and the making out and all the "i love yous," it's the highest-rated "bachelor". >> you can't believe people are doing this. it's like, what? think about the private moments in your life -- >> i can't imagine that they're exposed. i wouldn't ever do that. >> what kind of people do -- that tells you a lot -- not putting the people down. i'm saying they love all this. >> but he loves them all! >> and he's falling in love with all of them.
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often when you dream, you wake um and can only remember bits and pieces. >> but sometimes you have the same ones over and over again, like when you dream of dying or that you're back in school and you're not ready for a test. >> we've asked you to tell us about some of your stranger recurring dreams and you delivered. here to help us get to the bottom of what they may mean is dream expert and member of the international association for the study of dreams, lori loewenburg. >> there are dreams you have every once in a while, like a scary one or something. does that have any meaning or what's the story there? >> yes. all dreams have meaning because it is a thinking process and our dreams are the most powerful and intelligent part of who we are. >> frightening. >> when you have a one-off dream that's more normal. but we do have recurring dreams. and there are two main reasons that happens.
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one is that it's connected to a recurring behavior pattern. when you exhibit the behavior, you have the corresponding dream. >> like if you don't prepare for a test, that's the kind of dream you'll have? >> it's connected to the recurring behavior pattern, thinking about it first -- >> regina asks this question, i've been having this dream for the past three months. i had a dream that i've caught my fiance cheating. the crazy thing is when i see the female it's me. our wedding is in six months and i don't have any reason to think he's cheating. why would she have this type of dream? >> the cheating dream with a twist. we usually get the cheating dream when there's a third wheel in the relationship. someone that our partner is paying a lot of attention to. now he's cheating with her.
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and they've got a wedding coming up. so my suspicion is that it's the wedding that's taking up so much of their time that they're not having enough quality time with each other right now, which is why she's the mistress. >> okay. rebecca says she's 20 years old. lately, i have been having a lot of dreams of me dying. but they're not necessarily scary. but in one particular dream i got in a car crash and died but continued walking with a huge crowd of people toward heaven. >> oh! >> at least she's going the right direction. >> death dreams are common. we'll dream of our own death when there's a big change or ending going on in our life, letting go of the old to embrace the new. >> healthy dreams? >> it could. they're allowing her to mourn what is lost to embrace what is coming. >> i have a dream that's been
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driving me crazy. i'm about to graduate from school. i haven't read or studied anything. with finals approaching i'm freaked out. >> i get that dream too -- >> because you did. >> whatever. yeah. >> the back at school dream is common. in my research, i found most often it's connected to your job or your career. you want to keep moving up to the next level. so to not be able to graduate, you don't have enough time left to study to graduate she may be feeling like she's missing out on something in her career. maybe she's having a hard time reaching that next level. >> i'd like to know about -- these are all sort of good dreams. but what about the nightmare? what's that saying about you? >> nightmares are actually the most important dreams of all. they're very good for you because they're alerting you to something that's wrong in your life.
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they're connected to mishandled difficult or ignored issues. kind of the why the subconscious mind is slapping you in the face -- >> that explains. >> that's why i asked. >> because you're so smart. >> i didn't graduate from college. >> i didn't waste my parents' money. what every woman wants to know, how to get pregnant. >> advice for women in their 20s 30s and 40s, coming up. is that your mom? hi sweety
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first of all, we love blake and we want to point out that what happened at the top of the show when we said blake kept repeating himself because he said the same thing -- >> that may have been an editing issue on our part. now to brain teaser tuesday. >> here it is. what gets wetter and wetter the more it driz? what gets wetter and wetter the more it dries? we'll also talk about a woman's fertility in her 20s, 30s and 40s. and preventing peanut allergies. and if they built it you will come. >> wetter and wetter the more it dries.
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did die. according to neighbors, only that man lived in the home. he has not been officially identified. >> happening today, berkeley could become a no drone zone. the city council will meet tonight to discuss a temporary ban on drones and whether such a ban would be legal. the ban would last two years. many local governments have been scrutinizing drones over the recent months over privacy concerns.
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i'm meteorologist krlchristina loren. pretty day shaping up. hard to find a cloud in the sky. breezy in san francisco, but elsewhere, calm winds prevail. 66 in the tri-valley. 65 in the city by the bay, and 69 degrees, a nice warm day, beautiful rebound coming your way out in the north bay. we're going to tell you at 11:00, the best places to see the cherry and plum blossoms now in bloom. that's all at 11:00 including that chance for rain. right now, we want to check your drive. here's mike. >> all right, we're going to look over to the bay bridge toll plaza where folks have made their way over there, had to mosey on through the maze. let's look at the map. we're showing you the slower drives at 24 that resulted in the back up at the bay bridge. now no problem. a smoother drive across the san mateo bridge. late slowing with a crash southbound through 101, and the south bay, typical slowing through fremont and past the airport. good stuff as things start to
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lighten up. back to you. >> thank you. well join us at 11:00 for our next newscast. we'll see you then. we're back with more of "today" on this brain teaser "boozeday tuesday." before we went to break we left you with a riddle. >> here it is. what gets wetter and wetter the more it dries? >> and the answer is a towel. okay. >> thank you zach. our phone director got it right. now to something a lot of women who want to have children think about as they age which is their fertility. >> whether in you're 20s or 40s one expert is helping women understand their biological clock in "the whole life fertility plan". >> it's written by the director of the nyu fertility center and he'll help you answer the questions of these two ladies jimmie and rachel.
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>> women talk about an age, there's an age that you may be on the edge. what is the median age for getting -- >> the peak fertility is age 25. but there's a progressive decline starting at that young age. but most of the drop happens late 30s, over 40s. pretty much over age 44 women aren't getting pregnant with their own eggs. but it mostly happens at 38 and 39. but you can't measure fertility. there's only one test. you don't know at any age if you're fertile until you try. >> and there are thoughts that you may have had problems along the way with end mee trio sis and other kinds of menstrual problems. >> well, they get less likely to make a healthy embryo. and their eggs become less viable. >> for a young girl watching in
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her 20s and wants to make sure her eggs are viable is there something within her control she can do. >> there are tests to give us an idea. but the only test of fertility is trying to get pregnant. but don't be alarmed. just get information. >> we have jenny here. jenny's newly married but you're not ready to have children just at this point in time. what question do you have for the doctor? >> i'm somebody who'd rather wait. i'm a performer so it's not really a lifestyle to introduce a child into it. and my mom had me at 36. and one of my aunts had her kids at 35, 36. that's more of the age that i'm looking at. is that more genetic or luck of the draw. >> there is a genetic component. but just because your mom was fertile at 30 or 34 doesn't mean you will be. there are things you could do to get an idea about your current fertility and maybe make better
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plans. you can do a test and find out if you want to that maybe it's not doing so well and maybe you shouldn't wait. it puts a lot of pressure on you. that's not the intent. but knowledge is power. >> right. >> you have control over your decisions, that's it. you don't have control over what's going to happen. >> the outcome. >> rachel did something that some young women are doing as well. you froze your eggs. >> yes. >> how long ago was that? >> two years ago. >> you're in your 30s now. why did you decide to do that? >> i was 32 at the time. and i was already dating my current fiance. but i had been through enough relationships that i thought i wanted some sort of insurance. >> and he's fine with all that. >> your egg anyway right? >> right. >> did anybody question that and try to talk you out of it? >> yes, they did. they just thought it was early and -- >> not necessary? >> exactly. >> doctor, is she doing the
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right thing, freezing her eggs at this age? >> that's a personal decision. it's an insurance policy. it's a hope, not a promise. it's an option not an obligation. it affords women the ability to have their own eggs in the freezer if they turn out to be one of our patients who can't get pregnant with her own eggs then she's her own egg donor. >> is it expensive to do that? >> yes. it's costly. but there are advantages, too. it's the security of knowing you did something and for many women, that's a really good choice. but it's not for everybody. >> i think a lot of women, especially when they look at hollywood and see celebs having babies or getting pregnant at 40 and beyond and they go, i can wait, i can wait, look at so-and-so -- >> i've been doing this for 25 years. very few of my patients over the age of 44 get pregnant with their own eggs. >> you say it's not the amount of eggs that are -- it's the quality. >> yeah. mother nature is very cruel.
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you had all the eggs you were ever going to have when you were a fetus in your mother's womb. every month you waste 500 eggs to ovulate that one good egg. which isn't always good. as you get older the number and quality goes down. it's hard to get that one good egg. >> a lot of time couples try to get pregnant and then the minute they stop trying, they either adopt and you hear about them having a baby or they're finally relaxed. is there anything in the brain -- >> i don't think it's psychology. it's the baseline pregnancy rate that exists. i've seen people after years of infertility have a spontaneous pregnancy out of the blue. and it's just good luck. >> all right. thank you all very much. >> we appreciate it. why a simple patch may be the answer to treating peanut allergies. and the cabin kings take
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now to what could be a major breakthrough for millions who deal with peanut allergies. in the past ten years the number of people who suffer from them has doubled. >> now there may be some new hope when it comes to treating those allergies and possibly preventing them in young children altogether. >> here to explain is dr. natalie azar.
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a couple of studies. the first one talks about a patch containing some peanut oils. tell us how this is changing things. >> it's changing things -- first and foremost, it's not a cure for peanut allergies. but the endpoint of this study was the people who had the patch were able to tolerate the equivalent of i think, four peanuts a day. >> without symptoms? >> without symptoms. these are people who are diagnosed with a peanut allergy, they have to be very concerned about peanut-containing foods. things that could be contaminating like candy in the manufacturer's plant. so the message is it gives them that extra blanket of security. if they are accidentally exposed, they may not have such a severe allergic reaction. >> do you wear it forever or you just wear it once and it takes care of it? >> excellent question. they didn't actually go into that in this particular study. it was done for one year. the issue is tolerance, when you have -- you're making an
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antibody you have an immune reaction to something, you want to continue exposure typically with those things rather than stopping and reexposing. in all likelihood, they may wear it maybe for life. >> is the patch available now? >> no. it's a couple of years away. a lot of different studies have looked into this idea of slowly desensitizing people by giving small amounts of it until they build up their immunity. >> wanted to ask you again, a lot of people probably thinking the same thing out there. when i was growing up in the 1800s, nobody had a peanut allergy. i thought it was silly. i never heard of it. why now? >> there are a few different theories. but the most common one is that we've become too clean of a society. we're not exposing kids to different allergens. so everything your body sees
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suddenly is foreign and then you start attacking it as opposed to giving people a little bit of this a little bit that, bacteria, viruses, you're building up your immune system. >> there's a second study which is interesting. they exposed infants between the ages of 4 and 11 months to peanuts three times a week what did they find? >> this is huge. if you are concerned about a food allergy, you avoid that thing completely. they flipped this on its head and they took infants at high risk, basically having a history of eczema or egg allergies and expose them three or more times a week and they found they reduced the incident of peanut allergy by 80%. >> surprised parents would have allowed that on their children. >> these are high-risk kids. without doing this, they are so likely to develop the peanut allergy. it's done -- we'll stress this -- medical supervision with small amounts so that should
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there be a significant allergic reaction, they can treat that. >> parents shouldn't be giving tiny bits of peanuts to their children to build up immunity. >> peanut allergies happen between 3 and 6 months. eczema as well as other food allergies are at major risk for that. we are not recommending parents test their children at home. do it under the guidance of an allergist or pediatrician. >> dr. natalie, thank you. if you can picture your dream home, these guys can make it. >> the cabin kings help build us up on a few skills of our own. there's a place for vacationers who seek more than just a little time off. the ones who choose to go big or stay home. ♪ come with me now ♪ where every amazing, despicable wizarding adventure reveals moments that are truly epic. this place is made for those who do more than just vacation ...
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every week on the national geographic channel's "building wild," two guys known as the cabin kings meet a client with a wild piece of property and the
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dreams of building a perfect wilderness getaway. >> but they only have one week to unveil a new backwoods paradise. they are the cabin kings. >> how are you? >> very excited to be here. >> you build these in the middle of nowhere? >> in five days. people don't believe that. >> you did it for "extreme makeover." and we have the time lapse to show. >> his job is to get us the materials there which he does in many different ways. >> two or three miles up a mountain, across streams -- >> and there are no roads. >> no no. these are trails. >> this one that you built is over a waterfall. this is a time-lapse over an active waterfall. >> there it is. two miles up the mountain. >> and there was a drill that we
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drilled down into stones on either side of the ravine and sit those i-beams. >> tell us some of the -- >> this is you two guys? >> no we have about 20 guys. >> so give us some of the features. what's going on with that? >> it just so happens that our client was a sign maker so he had all this leftover glass. we repurpose what you have. >> the whole front wall is all glass. >> this opens up and looks down on the stream. >> what? >> yeah. you can look down and see the stream. >> stop it! >> but the best one is underneath -- >> tell them about the toilet. >> we have a streaming toilet. you go in and sit down and it spins around. it's built on a cliff, so you have a beautiful view and you can spin. you have a curved piece of glass in front of you and a beautiful
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view. >> and nobody can see you. >> no one. >> you've got one that you call a floating getaway. it's built on the water? >> yes. our land owners wanted to be able to fish both in the summer and winter. >> what do you do? how do you fish in the winter? >> we built this cabin on the ground and it was launched -- we lifted it up with the excavator. >> built in two pieces on land. then we put it in the water put it back together. >> oh my gosh. >> made my own paddlewheel. >> that is unbelievable. >> you sit on a ten-speed bike and paddle it. you can fish everyone you want. >> are these people you make these for, are they out of their mind excited? this is like out of a movie. >> and that cable lifts up and you can ice fish. you have a wood burning stove
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and you can ice fish. >> what you've done in our own studio is fascinating. you've created a toilet there too. show us what you did. >> i built this for my partner because he doesn't like going out in the woods. this is just something simple. >> what is it? a chair you cut the bottom out, a bucket is underneath -- >> up against a tree. then you take this out. and off you go. >> off you go! >> i think it's more comfortable just to go out in the woods. >> guys thank you so much. you can see the show premiering tonight on the national geographic channel. >> we are back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc.
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that breaking news is that san jose international this morning, which is where one of the runways is shut down because of an emergency landing. the landing gear on a small plane collapsed it was coming down. >> all people onboard are fine. crews hope to have it back open soon. we have a crew on the way. we'll bring you updates just as soon as we get them. >> also this morning, we have new details on that train crash in southern california. authorities questioning a truck driver involved in that crash now. the commuter train derailed in ventura county injuring 28 people. police in oxnard

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