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bay bridge no big drama, a smooth flow of traffic. oakland is very light. beautiful shot for weather as well. >> gorgeous. gorgeous behind us as well. that's what's happening "today in the bay." >> go get some pancakes. good morning. breaking overnight, hillary clinton's camp acknowledges she used a personal e-mail account exclusively as secretary of state. includin government business. did she violate federal law? and was she hiding something? boycott. dozens of lawmakers planning to skip the israeli prime minister's speech to congress. why the president is calling the spech a distraction. striking back. former baseball star curt schilling goes after cyber bullies targeting his daughter, outing them by name online. and now, one of them has been suspended from school. another fired from him job.
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and eruption. incredible images of one of the most active volcanos in the world, it roars back to life this tuesday, march 3, 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning, everyone. welcome to account today" on a tuesday morning, mark this down at 7:01 and 14 seconds, no mention of cold weather. this is a first all winter. >> are you going to be okay? >> i think we are. >> we are talking about it. >> you will number there tomorrow >> big storms coming and of trouble. >> we'll get to you, al in a couple of moments. but the top story this morning, a question being raised about why hillary clinton used a personal e-mail account only during her tenure as secretary of state. her top rival is pouncing on this one. kristen welker at the white
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house this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the news that hillary clinton used a personal e-mail account while serving as secretary of state is a potential political problem as she decides to run in 2016. it plays into the hands of her critics who say the clin lack transparency and in politics into everything. according to "the new york times" when hillary clinton served as secretary of state, she exclusively used a personal government business. a possible violation of federal regulations which say th e-mails of federal off government record and retained. >> archivists and watc groups say this is not how it's supposed to happen. all government officials are supposed to use their government e-mail accounts to do their government work. >> reporter: and it's not clear if her personal account was protected. >> so what some experts said, was mrs. clinton allowing her
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e-mails to be more susceptible to being taken by hackers? >> reporter: according to sneen yor senior officials, last year, the state department asked former secretaries of state dating back to madelei albright to submit rec proper preservation. she had more than 50,000 last month, the commit investigating the response to the attack against the consulate in benghazi asked fo some of her e-mails. officials said they turn about 300 and that's w revelations started to light. a spokesperson for clinton would not comment to nbc news and told "the new york times" that clinton has been come plying l of the rules. the news is already fodder for republicans including jeb bush who recently released thousands of e-mails from his time as florida governor, tweeting last night, transparency matters. unclassified hillary clinton e-mails should be released. >> it's hard to see it mattering to voters.
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but it gives a huge opening for republicans to continue to pound on hillary clinton as being seekd something. >> now just moments ago, a clinton smokes person said thi updated comments, she used only e-mail on their accounts with every expectation they would be retain both the letter and spirit of the rules permitted state department officials to use nongovernment e-mails. back to you. now to another major story out of washington. highly controversial israeli prime minister netanyahu. nbc's andrea mitchell is on capitol hill this morning. good morning to you. >> reporte you, matt. the prime minister is set to take capitol hill lobbying against the president's nuclear negotiations are iran. offering a preview, netanyahu
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was greeted like a rock star by america's pro israel lobby. that kind of clout makes the white house worry netanyahu could get congress to kill a break breakthrough with iran. >> i'm less concerned with netanyahu's commentary than with congress taking actions that might undermine the talks before they're completed. >> reporter: as john kerry in geneva tries to close the deal with iran, netanyahu will tell congress the proposed deal would allow iran to get a bomb. >> iran envelopes the entire world with its tentacles of terror. this is what iran is doing now without nuclear weapons. imagine what iran would do with nuclear weapons. >> reporter: netanyahu's relationship with the president is at an all-time low. look at this recent full-page ad in "the new york times" by some
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of israel's strongest supporters. accusing susan rice of genocide against israel. rice tried to soften up the lobby. she could not smooth over disagreements on iran. >> some of you will be urging congress to insist that iran forego domestic enrichment capacity entirely. but, as desirable as that would be, it is neither realistic, nor achievable. >> reporter: joe biden, in guatemala today, is snubbing metten yamet en netanyahu's speech. so are nearly 40 house democrats and five senators. some disagree and want to hear him out. >> i will be there and urge others to be there. we cannot allow the speaker or anyone else to politicize the relationship between the u.s. and israel. >> reporter: but today, three more senators, including elizabeth warren, say they will not be showing up today. netanyahu said having a deal with iran would be a matter of
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israel's survival. threatening israel's survival. the president said all of this is a distraction and those nuclear talks are going full speed ahead. and they are meeting again today in geneva as we have seen. matt? >> andrea mitchell on capitol hill. robert gibbs served as president obama's press secretary and now is an nbc news political analyst. robert, good to see you. good morning. >> good morning, matt. >> no question the relationship between the president and benjamin netanyahu is at an all-time low. let me ask you this. looking forward, if this nuclear deal goes through and if benjamin netanyahu is reelected, how in the world can these two men work together? >> i do think that the american-israeli relationship is indispensable. and even though i think, matt, there are great disagreements, and the strain in that
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relationship is as deep as it's ever been, there are a lot of common issues they will have to work on. this speech is just the beginning. not the end. you heard the president talk about it too. congressman interjecting and wanting to approve the deal. this is the beginning of this process and not the end. >> action as the president calls it? >> say that again? >> you would agree, wouldn't you, that this is much more than a distraction, as the president calls it? >> i think that's true. what the president was trying to do was sort of back pedal the rhetoric that you saw early last week where susan rice called it destructive. again, i think the two powers are going to have to work together and find way past those personalities in order to do that. that's why the tamping down started. >> let me move on to the other big story in the headline this is morning. when she was secretary of state, hillary clinton used a personal e-mail account exclusively to communicate with staffers, administration officials, and perhaps world leaders. and her aides did not preserve
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those e-mails on government servers. can you give me one good reason why she would have done that? >> honestly, i can't, matt. it is highly unusual. there lots of briefings that you have when you go into the white house about preserving any e-mail that you have, making sure it's part of your official account. i think it's something that they're going to have to explain in good measure today and probably figure out how to get a lot of those e-mails, as many as they can, back. >> it provides a lay up for her critics who say this is all about a lack of transparency as she prepares for a run in 2016 that you can't go back and look at those e-mails? >> i think there's no doubt. i think this is another one of the things that the clinton campaign such as it is will have to explain. it's much easier for critics to explain why they don't exist than it might be for her to explain why she used a private e-mail. >> robert gibbs, robert, thank you very much for joining us this morning. >> thank you, matt.
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meantime, audio tapes have surfaced of the london-raised man known as jihadi john. he talks about encounters with police before he joined isis. nbc's kier similarmons joins us from london london. good morning to you. >> savannah, good morning. this is a stunning recording. what you are about to hear is the voice of the isis front man speaking in 2009 four years before he traveled to syria. you can compare for yourself his voice on audio with the voice of jihadi john on the videos. he seems to be talking a little faster and is complaining about being questioned by british security. >> the spark has been lit here in iraq. >> reporter: it's a voice that has become infamous. >> he looked at me and said, i still believe you're going to somalia to train. >> reporter: this is an audio
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recording of mohammad emwazi before he joined isis. eerily familiar. you have become known as jihadi john, but as a younger man he was linked to a violent street gang and even to a terror cell. that attempted a suicide bombing in london. in the two-minute recording edited and released this morning by a campaign group, emwazi describes an interview with the british equivalent of the fbi. he denies supporting the 9/11 attacks. >> they asked me, what did you think of 9/11? this is the wrong thing. what happened was wrong. what do you want to say? the last combat and make the last come back. >> reporter: british officials might have been right to suspect him. >> a lot of the kids on the street where he comes from are getting involved with criminal gangs. and emwazi is mixing with them, they're his friends. at the same time some of the kids are getting involved in religion and religious extremes. >> reporter: nbc news has learned two of his london associates were with him in syria, and both were killed. one, a high school friend.
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is this an insight into jihadi john's disturbed state of mind? and we are hearing that the family here in london are being protected by police. meanwhile i want to share with you, the nbc news team there has spoken to a colleague of emwazi's father. he says that the father was in tears. he sounded exhausted, and said, may god take revenge on him, his own son, take revenge on him as he did on us. >> wow. thank you very much. appreciate it. earlier in the show, we said we were getting a couple of hour reprieve from winter weather in the northeast. that will change tonight, but an unusual place is getting a dose of winter. >> look at the picture. tell me where you think this is? >> alaska. >> hawaii. >> huntington, california. these pictures on social media, look at huntington beach covered with snow. hail, i should say. this is hail.
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quarter inch hail. some places -- look at the snowman. you built a snowman. ♪ do you want to build a snowman ♪ you are surfing or snowboarding. i don't know which this guy's doing. this is part of the system making its way east. you can see right now. the upper level low with the circulation around this. and we're looking at systems now starting to push across all part of the same system. 134 million of us are all under some kind of winter weather watch, advisory, or freezing rain advisory for the dakotas all the way into the northeast. chicago. major airport delays going on into the afternoon hours and new york city, boston and weather advisories and snow possible. look at wednesday morning. we go back. little rock, winter storm warnings, ice, up to a quarter of an inch. one to four inches of snow. and we move into wednesday. freezing rain, you could see
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four to eight inches. then early thursday morning, snow changing to rain and back to snow. new york city, philly, boston even. maybe. we are talking a possibility of about four to eight inches of snow. so we've got another 48 hours. but then -- >> it's over. finally? >> it looks like next week -- nothing. >> all right. you've convinced us. we'll go back and do the open of the show again. we'll add you in. >> that's what happens. >> all right, al. thank you so much. natalie is following the deadly shooting yesterday in l.a. >> we have new details of the officer-involved shooting in los angeles caught on camera. police say there is more evidence now that the suspect tried to grab an officer's gun. we have the latest. >> reporter: this morning, lapd investigators are poring over not just this viral cell phone video but surveillance footage and two body cameras worn by officers as they try to determine whether sunday's
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deadly shooting on skid row was justified. >> this is an extreme tragedy. we feel great compassion in the lapd for people who live in conditions of homelessness and mental illness with no treatment. >> reporter: in enhanced still pictures, they are insisting the man reached for the officer's weapon. law enforcement told us that audio may be more telling than the video from the devices. you consider standing rite here? >> right here. >> reporter: shortly before the shooting, dense said he captured the last images of the man known on the streets simply as africa. overhead surveillance video appears to show africa talking to officers and then entering when police drew their weapons. >> of all the things that have happened on skid row in my time here, this is probably
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number one both in tragedy and in arming this already difficult environment. >> reporter: for "today," gabe gutierrez, nbc news, los angeles. a panel of 12 jurors and 6 alternates expected to be selected in the boston marathon bombing trial. joedzhokhar tsarnaev is accused of planteding two bombs near the boston marathon finish line in april 2013. three were killed and 260 were injured. his brother died following a gun battle with police. opening statements are expected tomorrow. a former taxi driver from virginia included on the fbi's list of most wanted terrorists has been detained in somalia. u.s. officials say 29-year-old livan mohammed is charged with providing material support to al qaeda and al shabab.
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he left the u.s. at 12 and was placed on the most wanted list about a month ago. thousands gathered in russia to honor slain leader boris nemtsov who was shot and killed friday while walking on a bridge near the kremlin. many opposition supporters suspect the killing was arranged by the kremlin in retaliation for his criticism of vladimir putin. take a look at the sight lighting up the sky in chile. this is the volcano that erupted overnight that sent ash and lava into the sky and forced evacuation from more than 3,000 people. they called a meeting to come up with a game plan. it's one of south america's most active volcanos. and finally, we have mystery solved. police in canada have figured out who is behind the mysterious bunker found in toronto back in january. they say two men in their 20s built the 33-foot-long bunker tunnel to use as a, get this, man cave. apparently, they just wanted a
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place to hang out. initially police were concerned because they thought it may have been intended for a terror attack. the two men will not face any charges. wondering where they will put the beer tap. >> where is the barcalounger? >> how do you skeez the barcalounger in that? crazy. >> mr. roker. double hit. >> the underminer. from "the incredibles." we will get to your local forecast in the next 30 seconds. i would love to learn more about finances. savings. investments. retirement. man: the more educated i am, the better decisions i can make in the future.
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and right now we're seeing temperatures in the 30s and 40s outside around the north bay, clear skies for now heading into the afternoon. you'll probably notice some clouds building up around the east bay and south bay hills. still a slight chance of an isolated shower south at gilroy. today ehighs manage mid-60s around san jose low to mid-60s around san francisco to the north bay and mid-60s toward livermore today. the trend over the next five days warmer weather, temperatures feeling like spring toward the end of the week with mid-70s in reach by friday and saturday. >> here's a club i would like to join. the billionaires club. it's out. >> it is fun. "forbes" is out with the list of billionaires. 1,826 people made the round up of the world's most wealthy. 46 on the list under the age of 40. including the new comer and youngest at 24.
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we will get to that in a minute. here he is. 16th year number one. bill gates. microsoft co- founder. some of the others your buddy michael jordan matt. his stake in the hornets is a big reason how he gets his income there. we are seeing a lot of the hand held tech apps. those make the billionaires list. whatsapp. you have mark zuckerberg and jack dorsey from twitter and facebook. the youngest is this duo. evan spiegel and bobby morgan. not too shabby. a fascinating list. back to you. >> michael jordan. wow. pretty cool. >> and the youngest is 24. >> what do you do with the rest of your life? >> count your money. >> find a beach. coming up how far would you go to depend your children? what former great curt schilling
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did could get back at cyber bullies targeting his daughter. and a silicon valley showdown. why google is not happy over the expansion to its headquarters there. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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as long as people drive cars carmax will be the best way to buy them. a very good morning to you, 7:26 i'm laura garcia-cannon. antioch police detained three people in connection with a late night homicide a car into a home. police say an officer heard a gunfire on hudson's court, and a car leaving the scene. the car crashed into a house a few blocks away. officers found a man shot and killed at the first crime scene. police have not arrested the people inside the car but they also say they discovered a shot shotgun in a nearby parking lot. the family of an oakland ewing usf chilqgqw's hospital. in a 2013 botched surgery procedureé'4k forjc5p sleep apnea that left jahai mcmath brain dead.
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her family still believes she may one day regain some brain function. happening today, cac cuss league play gets under way for both bay area baseball teams. they start spring season facing even other. the giants will take on the a's at the new, a's facility in mesa arizona. rob has a look at our forecast for today. how are we looking? >> right now looking at clear skies, a few areas of low clouds around san jose chilly for now, 30s and 40s with partly cloudy skies expected this afternoon with some clouds building over the hilltops but a calmer day today than we saw yesterday. only slight chance of showers in the hills south of gilroy for the afternoon. highs mid-60s in san jose low to mid-60s closer to san francisco and mid sikts inland around the north bay and tri valley. starting tomorrow the temperatures climbing up close to 70 in san jose and san francisco as we head into the weekend, highs into the 70s as we head towards friday and saturday. now for a check of your morning commute here's mike. >> mind me is fremont, look at
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how much traffic is here slowing. we'll show you the extent around the bay with our maps the south bay really kicking in for your northbound route, this happened suddenly late in the 6:00 hour so there you go especially look at 280, slamming down from 101 up through downtown approaching lawrence expressway. fremont we showed you the compression around the auto mall parkway and a slower drive headed past san mateo and dumbarton bridges. crash across the san mateo bridge has cleared the foster city side. slowing to the bay bridge. back to you. >> thank you very much. we'll be back with another local news update for new about half an hour. hope to see you then, have a great day.
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7:30 on a tuesday morning. it is the third day of march, 2015. a pretty view of central park. you look at that tomorrow morning you will have about one or two inches of snow on the ground. al will talk about that. >> let's get to the headlines first. hillary clinton used a personal e-mail account exclusively as secretary of state including for all government business. that could be a possible violation of federal law, but clinton's camp said she always complied with the letter and the spirit of the rules. >> the los angeles police department is supporting the officers involved in sunday's fatal shooting of a homeless man. charlie beck said a video review of the incident shows the victim
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forcibly grabbed one of the officers's guns. it could take several months before that investigation is completed. remember the u.s. aide worker who survived ebola? she is returning to west africa where she was infected. she and her husband are planning to carry on charitable work in liberia. she is immune to ebola and her husband is testing an experimental vaccine. >> people wonder why people would go back to where they became so sick. this is a calling. something much bigger than a job. we will have a conversation with larry david. on monday we gave you a tafd ofste of what makes him tick. we will share a moment over a football helmet. we will leave it at that. we begin this half hour with former baseball star curt schilling firing back at cyber bullies who targeted his daughter. today's erica hill is here with
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that story. >> good morning. after receiving dozens of sexually explicit tweets about his daughter he wrote an essay about the impact of harassment and went a step further calling out the people behind the hateful messages. curt schilling became a red sox legend for pitching through a severe ankle injury leading boston to the world series. it pales in comparison to toughness as a father. he congratulated his teenage daughter gabby to being accepted to college and recruited to play softball with the school. it didn't take long for some to attack her with brutal obscenities prompting him to post a detailed essays. rape bleed under wear and every other defiling word began to follow he wrote. i have to ask, is this even remotely okay?
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in any world? at any time? schilling several of the tweets abt his daughter drawing parallels to cases of online harassment that resulted in suicide. he posted the user names, noting he was able to identify the account holders while lamenting the lack of accountability in this social media age. i knew every name and school of every one of them in less than an hour. these are not thugs, tough guys or bad ass. these are not kid who is had it rough or homeless or orphans. they are pretty much all white affluent children. these boys have yet to understand one of life's most important lessons. in the real world you get held accountable for the things you say. >> childhood is part of a parent and they will fight for their children's honor. >> she responded with a tweet of
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her own, writing i don't know what i would do without you. i love you so much. there has been reaction. one of the people named works as a ticket seller for the yankees and has now been terminated. >> curt schilling did something very smart. he didn't take a holier than thou approach. he has been in jokerlocker rooms and he is considering taking legal action against one of them. >> good for him. >> crazy world we live in where you write something nice about your daughter and that invites that kind of talk on twitter. it's crazy. thank you. >> it's everywhere. >> another interesting story. a talker who is nearly ten years after it was unveiled. we are learning about a secret hidden in a well-known portrait of bill clinton. a subtle reference to the monica lewinsky scandal.
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peter alexander explains this one. good morning. >> this is not the official clinton presidential portrait but the portraits are supposed to capture the presidents in the best of light. the artist of this portrait said he painted into the shadows and has plenty of people talking and insists the clintons don't like it. for a presidency scarred by second term scandal, it was bill clinton's moment to shine. a presidential portrait. >> you did a marvelous job and i thank you very, very much. >> nelson is the artist who painted everyone from princess dito pope john paul ii. it's what you are likely to miss that shadow has many seeing the piece in a new light. >> a shadow across the administration across mr. clinton's presidency. >> earlier he told the
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philadelphia daily news it literally represents a shadow from the blue dress i had on a mannequin when i was painting. >> it was a blue dress and it had a certain echo of history that we are aware of. >> that are is symbolized from a reference from t infamous blue dress. he called the subject the most famous liar of all time. there was something sketchy in this stech pointing out what's missing from his left hand his wedding band. now in storage, part of a standard rotation. he is convinced the clintons wanted it down. >> it should be seen by the public and they should not be intimidated and it's an approach on behalf of the clintons. >> now just as hillary clinton
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ramps up a white house run of her own, a fresh look at this president with all of his shadows. the artist has not heard from the clintons since speaking out. he never publicized that symbolic shadows until he opened his big mouth this week he said. neither responded for a request for comment. >> that's an interesting one. appreciate it. >> mr. roker in a fog this morning. >> i am and so are a lot of our fellow americans as we show you what's going on throughout the gulf coast and the southeast. take a look at this picture. this is a live shot from the state in new orleans. look at that fog. you can barely see a radio tower in the background. it is ensconced in fog and we have a lot of moisture in the south and with that they are getting a lot of condensation from the southeast from houston and new orleans into -- we have
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fog from texas to florida. zero visibility. dallas is four miles. airport delays will be a big problem and driving as well. along i-10 normalcy dense fog and little rock is foggy. we also have rough weather as far as airport delays. chicago snow to rain. detroit snow to rain. filly and washington, d.c. check with your carrier. there will be a lot of big problems. if you are out west all of these a much calmer picture here, 30s and 40s outside right now and we'll see a few clouds trying to build near the hilltops of the areas south of morgan hill and gilroy today. slight chance of isolated showers to you are osouth a much calmer day weather wise than yesterday. highs in the mid-60s san jose towards san francisco also the north bay and tri valley today seeing highs running in the mid-60s but approaching 70ment inning to climb on up mid-70s by the time
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>> it's a good thing to have home prices on the rise in your neighborhood. don't tell that to people in the san francisco bay area. with tech companies set to expand the region is becoming too expensive. >> with safe streets in quiet neighborhoods, mountain view a sleepy san francisco suburb has a reputation as a family town but the city may better be known as home to google and they are hoping to expand asking the city to add another 2.5 million square feet of office spto a sprawling campus already said to be more than seven million square feet. >> they already control approximately 90% of the area in the north bayshore.
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that's a significant chunk. 20 more stories, silicon valley land areas. >> mountain view stands to gain from the growth. google is the leading source of tax revenue and the unemployment rate is roughly 3%. the city is doing well but many say it's not affordable to live here. housing prices are rising and a modest home can cost over $2 million. thanks to apple and facebook real estate in the silicon valley is the most expensive in the nation. the median price up $200,000 in two years. teachers like kristin are priced out of the communities they work in. >> you really can't live here if you have a regular job. and the more it becomes a tech boom the more money people can charge for their houses. >> debra oleson a fourth
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generation farmer in mountain view watched the area change. she sold 17 acres to stay afloat and many faced big problems. >> every day when i drive down the main artery of the area i will turn my head and the other business is gone. >> google includes a plan for affordable housing in city parks. experts are doing what they can to achieveiate growing pains. >> there is not a silver bullet. it will take companies as well as community and city officials working together. >> still the high tech boom may seem more like a bust for many who can no longer afford to live in cities which were once within reach. nbc news mountain view. >> the flip side of the silicon valley boom. >> no question about it. >> the classic teen movie, molly
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. we don't normally focus on sports like the hockey trade or the draft, but we do when they are heart warming. >> i have a good heart warming story for you. come into the orange room. jordan leopold is known as a defenseman on the ice, but off the ice, a family man. his wife and his four kids. they have been in minnesota as he bounced around different teams for the past 13 years most recently in columbus. on monday this letter from his 11-year-old daughter also named jordan made the rounds. she writes it to the minnesota coaches in part well my dad is very lonely without his family. we are living in minnesota and i'm lost without my dad and so is my mom, my two sisters and my brother. they asked the coaches to bring her dad back to the team. on monday before the deadline her dad was traded back to minnesota and he is coming home.
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good morning to you. it is 7:56 i'm laura garcia-cannon. 19-year-old woman charged in the death of a gilroy man is back in court today. investigators say gabriella ortiz is a prostitute. they say she left the home of robert heiser last month, shortly before he was found beat on it death. surveillance video helped police track down ortiz. she used heiser's credit card at a san jose convenience store. a busy south bay animal hospital opened this morning despite boarded up windows. last night a car crashed through the entrance of the united veterinary clinic in campbell. no word on what caused the driver to lose control. no humans or animals were harmed. >> happening today california's water resources department takes its third snowpack survey of the year. statewide water levels are at about 19% of their historical averages for this time this year. et had's hope they're better today and check the forecast with rob. >> recent snow in the sierra
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today, partly cloudy skies around the bay area, lunch time temperatures upper 50s to low 60s. mid-60s today around san jose and low to mid-60s around san francisco and the peninsula today, a few clouds building near the hilltops from the north bay to the try valley numbers in the mid-60s but beginning tomorrow as high pressure builds in, high temperatures approaching close to 70 tomorrow, then mid-70s in reach by friday and as we go into the next weekend, warm spring-like weather coming back to the bay area. mike? >> rob, the south bay build continues. look at this, northbound 680 now slow off of that 101/280/680 interchange. we have seen that trend the last week or so. saratoga a crash, one vehicle might be off of its wheels and that will take a while to clear. very slow hayward toward fremont for south 880, the peninsula through san mateo typical for 101. east shore freeway slowing down 24 and 580 not so bad through oakland. back to you. >> thank you very much.
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coming up on "today," would you get botox from your dentist. why more and more doctors are moonlighting looking to increase their profits. is it really safe? plus, larry david's curtain call. >> give me your entire stage resume. i want to know all the shows you have done. >> the comedy genius behind seinfeld and curb your enthusiasm opening up to the most unlikely success of all on broadway. and -- don't you forget about her. 30 years after helping define a generation, the one and only molly ringwald remembers the breakfast club.
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today is tuesday, march 3rd, 2015. ♪ >> new york city! >> hi family. we are here from florida and we decided to come to the "today" show. >> hi from michigan. >> 2015. good morning alabama. >> celebrating 100 years of navy reservists reservists. are you ready? >> good morning. >> it's 8:00 on "today." welcome back. tuesday morning, march 3rd 2015. a great crowd on the plaza. including a bunch of navy reserveists reservists. >> 100 years. fantastic.
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>> great to have the navy here. >> have you spotted it yet? day two of the sweepstakes that could send you to one of the seven wonders of the world. all you have to do is keep an eye out for the symbol of the dig. >> you are going to point it out? >> not doing to do that. >> head to and tell us whether you where you see it. >> and you gave me a hard time. >> our floor director made it easy. >> let's get a check of the top stories of the morning. natalie. >> good morning, guys. good morning. a spokesperson for hillary clinton is acknowledging she exclusively used an e-mail personal accounts for government business while secretary of state. a spokesperson defended her use of personal e-mail saying she complied with the letter and spirit of the rules. the spokesman said she had been
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sending e-mails at other government accounts, she had every expectation they would be retained. prime minister benjamin netanyahu speaking in front of congress about the nuclear negotiations with the u.s. and iran. he said while the americans worry about the security of their country, israeli leaders worry about the survival of the country. president obama calls netanyahu's trip to the u.s. a distraction. a 27-year-old mother from kentucky who blogged about her young son's health problems faces up to life in prison when she is sentenced next month. on monday she was convicted of killing her son with sodium in what prosecutors call nothing short of torture. >> guilty. >> is this murder unanimous? >> yes. >> the jury found lacy spears guilty of second-degree murder for killing her 5-year-old son. her sister and father devastated. after three days of
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deliberations, the prosecutor said the 27-year-old force fed her son salt through a stomach tube because she craved the attention of family and friends and coworkers and most specifically the medical community. the video presented during the trial showed spears with her son in the hospital. taking him to the bathroom twice with a connecter tube. other evidence included her search history researching the dangers of sodium and children and feeding bags in per apartment with salt. the defense painted spears as a loving mother. >> lacy spears did what we want parents in her position to do. she comforted garth. >> spears has been public on social media about her son garnet. blogging and tweeting. throughout the trial, the 27-year-old was found wiping
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away tears. the prosecution calls it nothing short of torture. >> an overwhelming body of evidence that convicted this woman. >> sentencing has been set for april 8th. spears lawyers say she will appeal. william shatner responding to critics who blasted him for missing the funeral of leonard nimoy. shatner appeared at a fund-raiser in florida on saturday and could not make it to los angeles in time for the sunday service. shatner said quote, remember the dead but celebrate the living. by celebrating the living do a good deed and doing that, that deed will be remembered long after we are gone. and a dramatic and difficult rescue monday in indiana where a horse broke through the ice on a pond. when rescuers got there, the horse was struggling to keep its head above ice. the horse is okay this morning. 8:05.
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let's get a check of the weather from al. >> hey natalie. we have the sailors here. take a selfie with a sailor. let's show you the weather. the mess making its way from the west coast all the way to the east coast. snow in chicago right now. they have icy conditions. look for snow getting ready to move into cleveland, ohio as well. look at the timeline. chicago, winter weather advisories until noon. airport delays. icy conditions in the northeast. snow, 1 to 3 inches. boston, you get in on that. more winter weather coming into the midwest. oklahoma city to cincinnati. icing up to .25. cincinnati, you could be part of the 4 to 8 inches of snow. in the evening hours, it moves northeast. boston could break its record. coming up late wednesday night into thursday. that's what's going
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right now, 40s and 50s outside. mostly clear skies and mostly 60s later on with mid 60s from san jose up into the north bay. we'll see about 65 in napa but after today, temperatures start to climb on up. tomorrow close to 70 in san jose for thursday and friday high pressure strentens, the numbers climb more. mid 70s around the south bay to start the weekend and close to 70 around san francisco, an early spring preview. the temperatures for the second halftime of the week. >> that's your latest weather. >> a conversation that needs to happen. one of the most offensive smelling foods you can eat at work. >> sorry your doctor moonlighting. a warning about botched procedures by people who only received a few weekends of training in other fields. let's go to savannah. >> where were you 30 years ago.
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trending today. >> the one sure way to irritate your coworkers, bringing smelly foods to the office. the "huffington post" has a list of the top ten offenders. this was number ten on the list. popcorn. >> it's less offensive, but the smell makes you want to eat. >> it's not offensive, it's pungent. natalie is an expert. >> hard boiled eggs. >> especially if they are warm at the desk. >> bad for your breath too. >> are they? >> the "huffington post" said you probably lack respect for others if you bring into the office these. >> hot dogs. >> do you think they are smelly some i don't think they are smelly. >> they are delicious. >> people walking around with platters ever hot dogs. i wish they were. >> stop by my desk. >> the worst offenser. you do this in the microwave, you make a lot of enemies.
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>> close it up! >> by the way -- who microwaves fish? is that common? >> here's a story about a car thief. you know the expression karma is a blank? the guy starts pelting a mercedes with a rock and it bounces off the window. the plan doesn't work and he leaves. this guy is determined and look what he does. he grabs a brick and hurls that at the window and watch. it bounces off the window and hits him in the face and knocks him out cold. >> is that macaulay culkin's car? >> the car owner had him arrested. >> look at the photo circulating on twitter. this was so sweet. a weasel hitching a ride on the back of a woodpecker.
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perhaps going to a party together. apparently that's not what happened. this is the circle of life. another example of an unlikely pairing. what is it? the weasel? >> the weasel is trying to eat him. >> they get down on the ground first. >> the weasel said i started this but if you will land right now, we will walk away and forget the whole thing. >> fascinating. >> that's what that is all about? >> probably. >> you want to imagine a more pleasant back story though. >> the contest. >> get off my back! >> and that's what's trending today. >> maybe you have been tempted to indulge in cosmetic procedures but how much do you know about the person performing them? cynthia mcfadden call dr. drip.
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>> good morning. a growing number of family prac doctors and dentists are getting into the business of as thet esth injections. they use chemical peels and lasers. they tell us all too often they are having to fix botched results. 57-year-old stephanie wanted to look great in the pictures with her first grandchild. >> i wanted to just spruce up a little bit. >> she decided to get botox in livermore, california. while she was there, the staff encouraged her to try other services as well. >> i did have a little spot on my cheek. >> a teeny red spot. >> it was small. >> doctor tam wynn said he could get rid of that. >> he said i would do all three
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for $200. >> he was not a licensed dermatologist or plastic surgeon. he is one of the increasing numbers of gynecologists or dentists taking weekend courses to expand their practices. why? some say it's about money. >> by adding chemical peels or microderm abrasion you can triple your revenue per patience per year. >> sometimes according to dermatologists a handful of weekend courses is not enough. this is what her face looked like ten days after the procedure. >> it was traumatic. >> your face was a mess. >> for three weeks i didn't leave the house. >> he agreed to refer her to a dermatologist. he said the doctor should never have fuel-injected her face with the chemical he used. >> the procedure is called sclero therapy used for leg
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veins. he said the side effect can be severe including blindness. >> this requires it to be done by the experts of the experts. >> that wasn't this doctor. he said he had been to six workshops for conferences that ran from two to four days and participated in two other one-day laser courses. he agreed to met with us at his spa. >> here are the clients. >> these are your clients? >> yes. >> he said there was no reason esthetic medicine should be limited to dermatologists and plastic surgeons. >> what went wrong? >> my best estimate is the patient got outside. >> it seemed clearly a mistake. >> not necessarily. >> you think that the seminars
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that you attended provide enough training to be able to do these really tricky procedures on people's faces? >> so it's the same training that even these doctors get after they graduate. >> that's misleading said this doctor. after graduating from medical school dermatologists must have three years of intense training. >> you don't learn it on a weekend. >> we asked about the online biowho said he had lectured at the american act of dermatologist. >> they say they don't have any record of you lecturing there. >> it's not a lecture. >> after the interview and the cease and desist letter from the american academy of dermatologist, he took down the reference of him lecturing at the conference. as for stephanie, the scar on her face is almost gone but the emotional scars she said remain. >> don't make my mistake. be smart. do your homework.
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check out exactly what's being put into your face. >> and who is doing it. the doctor said he is not doing it for the money, but to help people and dermatologists are just upset that he and others like him are taking patients away from their business. he is not doing anything illegal, but he is misleading patients and putting them at risk. >> it's pretty healed but you have to know what's going in your face and who is doing it. >> good advice in general. >> words to live by. >> you don't want to fly with the pilot who all right. now part 2 of our conversation with larry david. we caught up with him at chelsea piers golf club. he admitted he's an unlikely star of the stage. >> i want you to give me your
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entire stage resume. no i want to know all the shows you have done. >> this will be a fast interview. >> tell me what you did on the stage prior to this. >> okay. in the fifth grade. i sang three songs. big hit. >> there was a lot of talk at that moment of you going on and having a career on broadway? >> no. there was no talk of it all. but i do remember my mother being very happy. >> that was a wonderful, beautiful eulogy. >> thank you, norman. >> profound. that's a big word. >> my understanding is you had no intention to be the lead in it? >> zero. >> have you looked at the marquis? by the way, you're a lead in it. >> thank you for reminding me. >> so what happened there? >> apparently the character, main change the lead sounds very much like me. >> what hey shock. >> shocking. >> it's so unlike you.
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>> i know. by the way, i went on sick four days last week with a fever. but i have the respect of the broadway community now. i just want with you to know that. >> just having a cold for four days. >> you gain the respect. >> "fish in the dark" features rita wilson and rosy perez. and is breaking box office records. >> i don't mean to put more pressure on you. you have enough pressure on you because this is major. >> yeah. >> ticket sales are going crazy. >> i hate that more. >> why? >> huh? >> why? this is every show's dream. >> yeah i know. no, it's not good. no. >> you would rather -- >> yeah. >> -- that nobody buy tickets? >> i would rather if it stunk, then you go home. >> right. >> like now if it stinks i have to be in something that stinks
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for a long time. >> talk to me about the subject matter. what's the show about? >> it opens on a phone call in the middle of the night telling me that my father has to go to the hospital. he will die after 20 minutes or so. so it's about the vigil in the hospital and the aftermath of the death. >> where are the laughs in this? >> that's not funny? >> i don't understand dad. is that a good thing? dad is a bird? dad is a bird. it's a bird it's a plane, it's sidney. >> if i were to gather some of your high school friend would they say to me we knew that he was going to go on and become this larry david, or would they be shocked at what you have become? >> i could tell they you would be shocked? >> really? >> yeah. >> in fact we once took a vote who was going to be the most successful who would die first and the order of marriage who would marry first. i was going to be the least
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successful, i was going to die first and marry last. >> where is the upin any of that? so you must have been so proud of that? >> i had my work cut out for me. >> you proved them all wrong. do you ever go back and talk to those people? >> i do yeah. i'm in touch with them yeah. >> are they thrilled with your success? >> yeah. they're pretty happy. >> we wanted to give this huge new york jets fans gifts to mark his triumphant return to the big apple. >> wow! >> they signed an actual helmet to you. it says, larry, break a leg. >> wow. >> got you david, number 1. >> look at this. this is wonderful. thank you. >> i knew you would do that. >> no it doesn't fit. >> do you have that big a pumpkin? >> i'm sure i'm doing something
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wrong. >> you might want to take the chin guard off. >> by the way, i've never worn one of these in my life. i don't think i've ever put a football helmet on i think in my life. i don't know how to do this. >> oh, come here. do i have to do everything for you? you know what it is. >> oh okay. >> give it a try now. >> okay. >> this is the real deal. >> look. now i can't get it off. my head is too big. >> wow. >> that's a linebacker's helmet. that's like a defensive end helmet. let me see that. is this really that small? >> huh? what am i doing wrong. i'm doing something wrong. i must be doing something wrong. >> pull it down. put your fingers in the two holes right there. spread it apart and jam it down. >> is this the front?
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okay. i got it. >> there you go. welcome back to new york. >> one-two. omaha. i'm stuck. >> that's great. larry david's sketch. >> thanks to the jets for sending over that swag. >> i could watch that all day. >> we are going to go see the show. >> yeah, tomorrow. i can't wait. >> we're coming tomorrow matinee. >> we expect a good show larry. >> when does it open officially? >> it opens i think on thursday. yeah, thursday of this week. check it out. >> let's send it over to carson. >> talking about wrangles over here. breakfast club" turning 30. you've seen it. good. we'll talk about the next divergent movie. but first your local news.
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a very good morning to you. 8:26. the battle over herbicides is booming on the peninsula. next week caltrans plans to spray the area near highway 84 between skyline boulevard and highway 1. the vegetation there will soon become a fire hazard and driving hazard. mowing the vegetation is not an option because it lacks manpower. many who live in the area say spraying is unsafe and unnecessary. caltrans will let homeowners opt out by posting a no spray sign on their property. >> let's check the morning commute. see how things are rolling. >> we wish we could spray a no slowing on here, the oakland area, but we can't. compression by the oakland
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coliseum. look at the map, 8aty and 580 heading to the maze stilt slow. should start to ease up after 8:30 but the east shore freeway looking better than a half hour ago. san mateo consolidating all the traffic for 101, but 880 from hayward to fremont, and northbound route through san jose starting to move better. starting to get a lighter volume, but still, 880 off 280 very slow. >> thank you very much. we'll be back ipabout a half hour. hope you have a great morning.
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♪ we're back now 8:30 on a tuesday morning. it is the 3rd day of march, 2015. got a boisterous crowd outside at rockefeller plaza. >> nice to have you along on a tuesday morning. coming up my hero molly ringwald talking about the 30th anniversary "the breakfast club" and what it was like to watch it with her own daughter. >> molly is the queen of our
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generation. and ansal with the divergent series. >> and a big announcement about a new community we want you to be part of. so cute. keep your eyes peeled from the new series "dig" for a chance to win a trip to one of the seven wonders of the world. head to >> let's get a check of the weather. >> an icy mix through the ohio and mississippi river valleys. you can see snow stretching from the great lakes later today into the northeast. rain through the gulf coast. sunny can skies out west. then for tomorrow, we have snow in the northeast. ice stretching from northern texas, southern missouri. the western third of the country looking pretty good with temperatures fairly seasonal. make that florida looking spectacular tomorrow with plenty of sunshine and temperatures in the low 80s.
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right now, hazy skies in san jose. 46 degrees, into the 50s closer to san francisco now. nothing but sunshine and we should stay that way through lunchtime, into the afternoon you may notice clouds building near the hilltops south of san jose and into gilroy with mid 60s in the forecast for today. notice the temperature trend through the next few days. close to 70 degrees on wednesday. thursday into friday your weekend highs running in the mid 70s with just slight cooling and a few more clouds come sunday. and still taking photos and signing autographs. cool. that's what's going on outside. back inside to savannah. >> "the breakfast club" is one of the most memorable movies of the 80s. can you believe it has hit the big 3-0. we will catch up with molly ringwald in a moment. first a look back at the hollywood classic.
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>> saturday march 24th 1984. >> more than 30 years ago, who knew a movie about a group of high school students forced to spend a saturday in detention would become a pop culture fixture. the breakfast club was john is hughes's sophomore flick, stagger a group of relatively unknown young actors who went on to star in other movies together in the '80s earning them the nickname of "the brat pack." leading the way, molly ringwald as claire the prom queen. the brain, the athlete the basket case the criminal and the princess. >> i know it's detention, but i don't think i belong in here. >> forced to spend quality time together, they find out they are more similar than they thought. >> we are all pretty bizarre. some of us are better at hiding
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it that's all. >> it was an instant hit earning critical acclaim and cult status delivering a message that still rings true more than 30 years later. >> what we found out is that each one of us is a brain, and an athlete. >> and a basket case. >> a princess. >> and a criminal. does that answer your question? sincerely yours. the breakfast club. >> molly ringwald good morning to you. >> good morning. >> i just want you to know there was a time in the '80s when i had every single word of this movie memorized. >> wow. >> i could recite your lines. alley sheedy. >> i don't have all of my lines memorized. >> do you think people still want to come up to you, that it still has the staying power. >> it does. i loved the script.
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i loved the movie. i never thought we would be talking about it 30 years later. and i never imagine it would still speak to my kid. i have an 11-year-old who just saw it for the first time. and 5-year-old twins. and i feel like it keeps speaking to generation after generation. >> what was that like? did mathilda say she would like to see the movie. >> all of her friends had seen it earlier than i had intended. i thought she would see it when she was a teenager. i thought 11 was a little bit young. and i think still it is. i actually did a story for this american life because i wanted to sort of -- it mattered to me. i showed her 16 candles" and "pretty in pink." i realized it had a lot of significance for me. >> the themes hold off. i don't even think the outfits are that bad. i think everyone looks pretty good. >> i picked out my outfit. because originally it was
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supposed to be something else. it didn't quite work. john hughes took me out in chicago and i picked out that whole outfit. >> where are those boots now and could i borrow them? >> i would love to have those boots. we had to spend every day for three months in the same outfit. by the time it was finished i wanted to have a bonfire. i would love to have those boots now. the boots statue. i would love to have that statue. somebody has that somewhere. >> put it up for auction. what was it like behind the scenes? there was a ton of chemistry. did everyone get along? >> yeah. everyone got along great. it was february. anthony michael hall and i were the only ones that were the age -- i think i was 16. and he was not much younger. and the other kids were in their 20s. so we had to go to school -- we had to go to detention and then cut and go to school. >> real school. >> yeah real school.
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back and forth, and back and forth. it was the middle of winter. we were there every day. we got really close. it was a lot of fun. >> you mentioned you were 16 when you. >> yes. >> you were on this show. >> we're all in there for our little individual crime, which a couple of them are more serious than others. and what happens is -- a lot happens. we're all incredibly honest. and when people are honest a lot of interesting things happen. it doesn't happen that much. >> oh, how cute is that. >> i was a baby. >> what would you say to that 16-year-old girl? >> i look so tired. that was like 4:00 in the morning or something like that. >> out in california. >> yeah. i don't know. i feel i probably tell her the same thing that i would tell my own kids which is everything is going to be okay. >> by the way, you are a busy busy woman. >> yes. >> you are a writer. >> yes. >> you are a singer. you're on tour right now. >> yes. >> you have a new movie coming out? >> actually, two movies. jem and
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the hoograms. >> and you're an advice columnist for the guardian. >> i am. >> is it tough? >> i am honest. maybe a little bit blunt. but i'm fair and rather nurturing i think. >> molly, it is great to catch up with you. thanks for making my 16-year-old dreams come true. a return to the big screen march 31st. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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8:40 and we are back with a rising star in the highly anticipated divergent sequel called insurgent. take a look. >> i'm not coming with you guys. i'm not coming with you guys. >> what are you talking about? >> what's your plan? assassinate your needs and civil war? >> i'm sorry. i'm not cut out for that. >> welcome back. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> after all the attention for divergent, are you ready to rev this up again? >> i'm ready. >> has it been a whirl wind? when you think of $300 million at the box office are you ready to top that with this one? >> i don't know. you never know what happens. we are lucky that the movie did so well. i think we make good movies and this is great. i like this a lot. you can never guarantee how much money it will make.
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>> give me the premises. >> it's like a distopian world. there is a wall around chicago and society is split into factions based on your personality groups. that's the way of keeping the peace. that doesn't work and this film is also falling apart and the peace is not being kept. >> have you figured out why the fans have taken to these characters so much? >> i think that the characters first of all, they are young characters and a lot of them are young. that's great when you can relate to someone that that could be me in a distopian world. i love the performances. any movie with shailene in it is incredible. we have actors like kate winslet playing the lead villain. >> the fans of your character have a little bit of a love-hate relationship. can you explain why that is? >> my character, he is the main
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character's brother. the faction that is the bad faction, they are called -- he was bad. in that scene you just saw, he had left and then he is saying he is not cut out for this and he is about to betray her. >> he was playing for the yankees and they want to bring it back. >> exactly. he said i'm going to play for someone else and he goes back to the red sox. >> by the way, congratulations. details magazine. it talks about the making of a mega star. we had a lot of people online over the last 24 hours who knew you were coming and fired off questions. we will do a speed round. if you had a tattoo, what would it be? do you have? >> no. >> what would it be? >> something from like a beautiful tattoo. a piece of art. >> fine art? are. >> fine art.
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>> if you can work with any actor or actress. >> he's dead, but i wished i could have worked with paul newman. >> do you speak any other languages besides english? >> a tiny bit of spanish, but i should get rosetta stone. >> you know drew scott, the property brothers show. a popular show where they fix up houses. he sent this one in. important basketball question. does he think he can beat me in a game of one and one. bring it today. >> yeah, i probably could. >> he is 6 foot 11? >> he is? >> kidding. that guy. >> okay. >> we will do that on the air. congratulations. nice to have you back. insurgent hits theaters march 20th. are you getting enough sun? how about sleep? the truth about your moods. but first this is "today" on
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♪ all right. we're back at 8:46. of course we all have good days and bad days. it's how you deal with the latter that is important. here's the new title of this book moody bs, and the truth about the drugs you are taking and the sex you are not having. love the title of the book. can't say it. rhymes with itches. >> it does. >> it's a serious point you make in the book. it sounds like a lot of women are being overmedicated and overprescribed medicines to deal with something that is biologically natural which is mood swings. >> right. i think, you know -- i have been a practicing psychiatrist for 20 years. when i first started, women would come to me can severe symptoms and not knowing what's going on. now, they're coming to me and
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asking me which medicine should i take? my friends are taking this and the whole dynamic has changed where more and more women are getting medicated and creating a new normal. they are at odds with the natural and hormonal fluctuations. >> we were designed to be dynamic and cyclical and moody. now moody is kind of a pejorative word. explain what you mean from a medical standpoint that our mood, our hormones ebb and flow. >> they do naturally ebb and flow. and they're really designed to be adaptive. women are, and we can't -- i mean, these are generalities. not all women. many women are emotionally receptive and sensitive. we're sensitive to our environments. we can know what people are feeling and know whether we are in danger. so these are, this is a strength. something adaptive that can help us survive. it's not something to be medicated away. >> the book has some good tips. i want to go through a few of them. first thing you say is have a diet that is heavy on protein
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and light on carbs. how does that help? >> you want to do an anti-inflammatory diet. there's a lot of evidence now that if you're in an inflammatory state, you're more likely to be depressed. an anti-inflammatory diet is heavy on vegetables plants fruits and nuts. beans, lean proteins. you try to avoid the bread and pasta and rice and potatoes and sugar and flour and sometimes dairy. those can create inflammation and lead to obesity and depression and irritability. >> spend at least 20 minutes jute side every day and not with the sunglasses on. >> a couple of things with the sun. you need vitamin d to make serotonin. that's one of the things correlated with feeling happy and relaxed. low vitamin d levels are more likely to lead to depression. you get vitamin d from the sun. and the sunlight itself has
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anti-depressant effects and used to treat annual affective disorder. >> sleep is crucial. how much should we be getting? >> somewhere between seven and nine hours, believer it or not. i encourage my patients between eight and nine. the problem with being sleep deprived is a setup for depression irritability and anxiety, but also obesity. >> try get cardio. we talked about women being overprescribed the medicines and for many, many people they are necessary. how do you know which category you fit in? >> there many who need them. if you are depressed more days than not for at least two weeks and it's affecting your sleep, your appetite your energy lefrl, you need to at least talk to a therapist. and you and the therapist can figure out if you need a psychiatrist to describe these medicines.
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the problem is that gps and family practitioners and internists are prescribing the antidepressants. it's situational and that can change the way you are living. >> a good conversation to have. dr. julie hollins, thank you so much. new help along the often bumpy road that is parenting. but fir
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>> we are back on "today" this morning. did someone poop a diaper or is it me. we are creating a village. >> we are watching a parenting team in conjunction with johnson's. you can discuss things with us. are not the experts. parenting bloggers. the whole idea is to help make parenting easier. that's the greatest challenge. >> parenting is the thing in that puts everything else in perspective. >> i was terrified. i had no idea what to do. i still don't.
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>> the best thing you can do is learn from your mistakes. >> the best thing about parenting, it all works out. >> while it is the most difficult job, it's also the most rewarding. >> when i found out i was having twins, i was thinking seriously? >> peek a boo. >> no guide when it comes to being a parent. when i don't know what to do i often do something i probably shouldn't. google it. >> now there is a home on where all parents are welcome. >> share your advice and ask questions. >> post your videos and stories. >> let's create a forum to discuss our challenges. >> you and i are the today parenting team and the community is only as strong as the people in it. >> each only as strong as you are. >> each month we will ask a question and we want all of you to join in on the answers.
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>> for the first month, tell us what you wish you had known before bringing your baby home. >> because we are all parents and all in this together. >> we are surrounded by lovely yummy babies. we have lauren and lily. how bad was it when you brought lily home? >> everybody tells you what to expect and there is no way to prepare yourself. their personalities develop so quickly and definitely i was not prepared for the sheer number of diapers we changed. >> some parents are dads. we have michael here. what's your daughter's name? >> here name is lena. >> what do you wish you had known that you didn't know? >> for guys you are never ready. you are never ready until things are rolling.
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>> thanks to all our parents and the little babies. >> we want to get people involved. >> to answer the question what you wish you knew before it's 8:56. happening today, the battle over a proposal cell phone tower picks up steam in cupertino. they want to install it at lind brook high school. tonight at 6:30 parents will rally to urge the board to reconsider. >> alameda county supervisors
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bill discuss plans to enforce a skateboarding ban. other bay area jurisdictions have similar bans but they're often ignores and sendal enforced. we'll check weather and traffic with you. warm-up on the way when it comes to the forecast. hope you have a great day.
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>> ryan eggold on his return to the black list and ryan reynolds about life after baby. all that and more coming up now. >> live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> a nice crowd outside on the plaza. i'm willie geist with al roker, natalie morales and tamron hall.
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>> wishful thinking. there is another storm. >> 30 feels warm now because we have been below zero for so long. >> next week that's into the tunnel. >> did you see the story about that? >> a little bit of a controversy. an old portrait of president clinton. if you look at it there, the artist said he incorporated a shadow to the left of president clinton. you see it against the mantle. he said it is of a blue dress on a mannequin in the window. it's a reference to the infamous blue dress worn by monica lewinsky representing a shadow across clinton's presidency. >> i was aware it was a blue dress that had a certain echo let's say, of history that we
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are aware of. >> the portrait before this was famous for not having a wedding band on his hand. this is in the basement that goes on rotation. the president and mrs. clinton did not respond to a request for comments on this. this is an official portrait. he unveiled it himself and pulled the cloth down. >> he liked it at the time. >> he didn't know the detail. it's too much editorializing by the artist. >> yeah. we are not excusing any of his behavior, but you take off his wedding ring as the official artist with the portrait of the image of not getting the commentary and the clintons obviously is accused of putting the portrait in the basement. they would be mad at them. they come out and he opens his big mouth. >> the painters had taken it off
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and putting it on the mannequin. >> i think that looks more like ted coppell than bill clinton. >> really? >> it's disproportionately done. if this were george bush and someone put a shadow and a map of the rock. >> i can't make out the chaddo and the blue dress. the foliage and the shadow? that's why it's a shadow from the plant. >> the wedding ring is not there, clearly. >> speaking of the bush shutting up i love this story. i'm obsessed with it. curt schilling is going after sibby bullies who targeted his daughter, gabby. he sent out a tweet congratulating gabby on being accepted to college and being recruited to playing softball.
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any parent would do that. telling the truth. i'm proud of my kid. twitter users reacted with obscenities, threats even. very violent and disgusting language directed at gabby. schilling wrote an essay on his blog. tweets with the word rape, bloody underwear and pretty much every other vulgar and defiling word you could likely fathom began to follow. here's what he did. curt schilling then posted the names of the users connected to these tweets and he was able to quickly identify these people basically and put them out there for the world to see what pieces of dirt they are. it was found in less than an hour. curt schilling is here to tell you, you cannot hide. you can be found. he did it.
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these boys have yet to understand one of life's most important lessons. in the real world you get held accountable for the things you say. one of them lost a job and one at the university, they are looking into it as well. what do you think? >> they are suspending him. incredible and an example of what parents should do. keep an eye on what people are saying on twitter accounts and everything when it am cans to their kids and instagram accounts. he stepped up for parents everywhere. >> maybe people will think twice before being cowards and hiding behind the anonymous egg. if they think they will be revealed for the vile spineless jelly fish they are. >> you can hope so. there still vile spineless jelly fish out there. >> right now, someone is like i'm so sorry, mr. schilling.
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can i get my job back? they have people who you can hire out to find out exactly who the person is behind it. >> it's easy to do. >> if you don't have the time or in his case he wanted to make sure he was going after the right people. his daughter tweeted out to him, don't know what i would do without you. i love you so much. that was her reaction to her dad stepping up. i love it. i didn't know a lot about curt schilling. now i'm going to go buy his jersey. i love this guy. >> great dad. >> speaking of dads and their daughters, another story that caught our eye, jordan leopold played for the columbus blue jackets. yesterday though a note written by his 11-year-old jordan with a y went viral. she asked that her dad be traded back home to minnesota. my dad is lonely without his family and we are living in minnesota and i am lost without
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my dad and so is my mom, my two sisters and my brother. about 20 minutes left on the trade deadline leopold was traded back from columbus back to the minnesota wild. in case you think it was the letter that got him traded, it doesn't work out that way. it actually was -- >> i like the other story. >> right. >> they say this is a happy coincidence. it just so happened the letter never made it to the nhl or the team and they wouldn't trade him. i love the fact that she pointed out in the note, she said by the way you need good defense men on this team. she basically said that. >> she put it out there. i believe that vibe was there and something told them to make that trade. >> i have that. >> it worked every time. kids saying i would love for this to happen and there you go.
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>> your kids are -- i would be gone. >> now you know. >> they would never go to school. candy would be falling from the sky. >> i'm okay with candy falling for the sky. not going to school i'm not. >> according to the parents. >> i would like to put out lebron james, come to the knicks. not happening? >> what else did we do? >> he needs to come home. he is home. >> hell just froze over. >> i had this book that said everything you want the universe will conspire to make it happen. you want lebron -- >> can i change it? >> the path of life. i would want like a big breakfast every morning. right here. that's all i want. >> we can do that. >> steak and eggs one day. >> during the show you will have steak and eggs?
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>> what do you want? >> i just want to watch. >> watch what? >> remember we reported last month they had this mystery tunnel in toronto near the stadium. it turns out it was two dudes two 20 something dudes who wanted a place just to hang out. i guess. >> it's very elaborate for a bro hang out. a man cave? >> it's a dirt floor and walls with wood. it doesn't lock like hey guys, let's go hang out in the clubhouse. >> they had a gas cover generator. >> so they could die. fantastic. the police found food and drink containers. they were worried it could have been something like a terror plot.
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>> they were saying it. >> let's go down to the basement and get on the sectional. >> did you ever watch wane's world? come on. they are not going to face charges, but i question it. >> it doesn't have to be dubious, but it's definitely strange. >> let me dig a hole and let's go hang out. what are you, gophers? >> they are smart. >> they were part of the cult of punxsatawney phil, living in a burro. >> they had hail yesterday in huntington beach. this system will be pushing east causing problems. snow in chicago and a lot of flight delays in and out of chicago. look at the watches and warnings. 130 million of us are under a winter stormwatch and weather advisory and freezing rain. we have fog down south. chicago you have that advisory until noon. major airport delays as we get into the afternoon hours and
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evening. new york city and boston, we will see snow. winter weather advisories, one to three inches possible and we get back to wednesday morning. here comes the main branch. look for ice from texas all the way to cincinnati. could be looking at one to four inches of snow. we move into the evening withure fo to eight inches of snow. into western pa and icing as well. flash flood watches in effect because of the rain. overnight wednesday into thursday, look for snow to develop. some areas could pick up four to eight inches of snow. we put it into motion and show you look at the area. new york to boston. we could see anywhere from six to nine inches of snow. boston like three to six. they could break the record right now, san jose 50 degrees. hazy skies and lunchtime
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temperatures temperatures, 50s to 60s. closer to 60s closer to san jose and san francisco tomorrow, mid 60s, and 70 in reach thursday into friday. high pressure building in. temperatures climbing up. mid 70s as we start the weekend, and san francisco near 70 on saturday. next chance of widespread rain probably have to wait until about tuesday of next week before we see rain in the forecast. >> and that's your latest weather. >> we are obligated. maria maria maria shrifer tweeted this out. are you going to train? >> you going to train? >> he has been toying with our emotions. tom keen is back on the black list. we will find out what secrets necessary store for the man who plays him. look at there.
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. brian eggles this thursday night. >> we are seeing something that talks about it. we know he is itching to get back into the game. >> i just need to go back in. i don't care what it is. >> you want to do that. >> that looks with the boyfriend. you are the hip young executive. that's where the top dollar is. that's a sinful waste. >> i don't care about top dollar. >> going back in. good morning.
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>> we were talking about whether or not you had a perfectly shaped head. >> that's part of a tough guy. >> it's intentional. >> it's going into a new assignment. the question of does he love her or does he not? we are getting into that world. where he comes from. >> they were in cahoots when he saw him last. >> we are going to get into that and how that pertains to liz. they should find out about that
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kind of stuff. >> that's the secret. you are just a closely gred vault. >> my conversation skills are separating. i just don't answer a straight question anymore. >> is it a little difficult after a while in your personal life and people want to know about what you are doing and you can't tell them? >> it is. it's more fun if you don't know. i don't tell my parents because they like the show. they don't even know. don't feel left out. >> this season we are discovering who tom is. >> there is an episode about tom keen who may or may not be on the black list. >> tom keen is on the black list? you are labeled in the episode and you are on the black list. what number are you? >> i think he said 7. number seven.
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>> what? >> pretty close. >> we have to move to the new game. >> don't let them see that. >> we have to describe it. >> i have to guess what this is? can we see this in good position. just had a baby with his wife named blake. >> ryan reynolds. too easy. >> the head shake. >> ♪ >> mustafa is the bad one.
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resulting in 63,000 births. as you are reaching for the cup of coffee, coffee may be good for your heart. they found people who drank to five cups a day are less likely to have signs of clogged arteries. that could be less of a risk of heart attacks and strokes. peanuts may have a healthy benefit on the heart. the study at the school of medicine looked at more than 200,000 people and found a possible association between eating pe nuts and a reduced risk from dying of heart disease. people with peanut allergies of course should not try this. if you are heading away for spring break, you will get the best price if you leave for your trip on a tuesday. they found that traveling sunday to sunday would cost you around $479. however if you travel tuesday to
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mmm, it is real milk. lactaid®. 100% real milk. no discomfort. a very good morning to you on this tuesday. it's 9:26. i'm sam brock. three people are detained by police in connection with a late night homicide and a car into a house. all of this unfolded in antioch. officers found a man shot and killed in hudson court there. also where an officer heard gunfire and saw a car leaving the scene. the car crashed into a house a few blocks away. people have not arrested the three people found inside the car, however. police are also saying they discovered a shotgun in a neighbor parking lot. >> meantime the family of an oakland girl on life support is suing ussf children's hospital. a botched surgical procedure left jahi mcmath brain dead.
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her family claims the hospital ignored their calls for a doctor. and happening today, cactus league play gets under way for both bay area baseball teams. in fact they're squaring off. they start the spring season starting each other. the giants will take on the a' rr at the new a's facility in mesa arizona. game time is at 1:00. that puts in our head spring ever so close. will be have spring like conditions? weather and traffic after the break.
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hazy skies around the bay area. lunch pm time temperatures 50s and low skiths with mid 60s in reach as we go through the afternoon today. san jose 65. closer to 70 tomorrow. you see load to mid 70s as high pressure builds in as we start the weekend off in the south bay, in the mid 70s. cooler on sunday. no rain in the forecast through the ebld of the week. for a check of the morning commute, let's check in with mike. >> i was hoping some of the cars
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would stick around but in the last ten, we have seen traffic flow better north of 680 on 101. your map will show you the south bay continues to show recovery. that will change from red to orange or yellow in the next couple seconds. over here, slowingate ate8aty and 280. still with that late community. the commute getting easier on the peninsula. slow thou menlo park but 880 clear, except for fremont, also northbound 880 through oakland. no drama there. back to you. >> thank you very much. that's what's happening right now. we'll see you again for another local news update in 25 minutes. now back to the "today" show.
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. >> welcome back to today it's tuesday morning. i'm willie along with al and we are very excited because we will talk about the breakfast club and the cool things you are working on. they had a daughter in january and they stopped by the tonight show and talked about being a first time dad. >> our baby in particulara allergic to sleep. >> i don't think that's possible. >> we think that she thinks she is proteging us from the sleep monsters.
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for me this is horse tranquilize tranquilizers tranquilizers. i can go down on a lit stove. >> this segue is nice on the "today" show. is the community where they can register and share advice with other parents. a very cool new community created. so many people with so many questions. they figure out what's what. >> we wrote columns about what we wish we had known before bringing the baby home. >> everything is a phase. it's a phase. going through the tough times, it's a phase. you will curn the corner soon. >> some last longer than others. you feel like they are sending them out into the world and how
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are we trusting you from the south. >> and how much things change from one child to the next. we had nicholas and it's crazy. i keep seeing all these strollers and everything and you want to have another baby. >> off road. >> they are like suvs now. and they are like transformers. they are from a table to a rocket launcher. for today, snow stretching from the rockies up into the great lakes and later on into the northeast. rain down to the south and more rain in the northeast and icy conditions. texas into parts of kentucky and
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missouri. we are looking at fabulous weather in the western third of right now, san francisco, hazy skies. 54 degrees on our way to temperatures 50s to low 60s around noon, and by midafternoon numbers in the mid 60s around san jose for today. the warming trend starts to pick up second half of the week. high pressure builds in. mid 70s around san jose. close to 70 in san francisco, which means for the weekend plans, the weekend outlook starts very spring like around the bay area. mid 70s there on saturday. for the south bay, and then a few extra high clouds and a little cooling approaching sunday. >> it's hard to believe 30 years have passed since a brain and a basket case and criminal and
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princess. perforeigning that. >> one of the most iconic members of the brat pack. molly ringwald. good morning. >> good morning to you. >> i must admit. i didn't see that. the movie. >> they are from a very select few. like a black hole of people who had not seen that movie. you have kids right? >> i do. >> my daughter has seen it and they thought i would be too square to watch it. they watched it without me. >> i think you will like it. >> you will have to watch it. >> you will love it. it's hard not to like. >> five people here. there is the basket case the athlete, the britney the princess and the criminal. who are we? >> i vote for the criminal.
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>> i originally was playing the basket case and i wanted to play clair because it was my older sister and i thought it would be fun to play a part that was my older sister. the popular girl in school and best eyes and best everything. try to find it. the challenge of it was for us all to find the sympathetic parts of the character. my character is arguably the most unsympathetic. >> judd nelson's character too. >> with the cigar. >> they face a defining movie of
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a generation and we are showing our kids this movie. >> it constantly surprises me. i never imagined i would have a kid 11 years old who relates to this movie all these years later. usually movies become dated in some way, but the fact that it all takes place in one room. we only had one outfit to -- it somehow ends up making the movie a little less dated. the dancing sequence is the only moment. >> i was going to tell you i have seen women at weddings and parties when you are on the landing of the stairs. >> looking very serious. >> i see that still today. >> there it is. >> a little running man. >> my daughter can do it. she can pull it off. >> that stands the test of time. i think we have the moves. >> that was the moment where there was also a dance sequence in a movie.
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it was the boly wood version of hollywood. that's the only moment i think. other than that it's really not dated at all. it's all relevant. >> did your daughter say? >> i recorded her and her traut it is about what she knew about it and which character she related to. it was surprising to me how she related to the movie. >> it's adorable. >> when you look back at the film 16 candles that is amazing and pretty in prink. is there a quote from any of the films that rings in your head? >> they yelled he me a lot on
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the street. >> you were just a tap at carlisle. >> yes, i was. i sing with a jazz group and i came out and i do a cover of don't you forget about me. the only song that i do that's not from the great american song book. it was fantastic and a beautiful room. >> you are still out performing. >> i have two movies coming out this year. >> coming out in october with juliette lewis and a movie that i just finished coming out this summer. >> thank you so much. >> thank you. >> breakfast club will be back on the big screen in theaters nationwide. >> you have to see that. >> i will get to see that. >> my kids can see it in the theaters. it's exciting. >> up next, stick around to see what -- i have cooking with molly. high tech gadgets like this awesome smoker that will make your life in the kitchen easier.
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two of my favorite things are coming together. cooking and tech products. they found that 24% of the cooks use a tablet of smart phones to help in the kitchen. to ask you whether you are one of the people who like to keep it old school. i need my phone to cook with. here are fun gadgets to get us cooking. the host of food and >> we have plenty of tech products. >> it is amazing how many things we have that make life so much easier. >> this is my favorite. it's the hand held smoking gun
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from holly science. it's a hand held smoke gun and what it's going to do. in part like with the smoker, you cook indoors. we have baked chick 19 will take it. >> you don't have to use the liquid smoke which i'm not a fan of. >> this is real smoke. awesome. >> here in new york you can't have a grill. >> no smokers. >> what is this? >> we have what's called the ice pack. it's going to chill with a bottle. it drops and we are going to find this right now. i want to get something to pus this on top of. this thing is frozen. you pour the wine in and not only does it aerate the wine, but it chills it by 15 to 20 degrees. you will see what i'm saying. >> this sells for $35 and you can get that. >> for does work! >> you want to drink red wine a
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little less than the temperature. >> what about white wine? >> absolutely. >> what do we have here? >> two things. this is a taco toaster. it's crazy. you open it up like this and this is like a snowy day and saturday. >> i have to tell you using the oven or the pan for that. >> the hydro mini and you can monitor the temperature of your cooking needs. >> i have been tempted to buy
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that. >> the internal temperature is 105 degrees. it's rising slowly. >> i have been so tempted and now i believe you. >> this is a digital scale and measuring cup. >> why do we need a digital scale? >> you get the liquid and that's for the equipment. technology replaced it. >> we are out of time but we will update online these amazing gadgets that work. i'm giving up fashion. it's all about cooking now. up next, willie shows off home making skills with easy diy projects from every room in the house. if willie can do introducing new flonase allergy relief nasal spray, now available over the counter in full prescription strength. when we breathe in allergens our bodies react by over-producing six key inflammatory substances that cause our symptoms. the leading allergy pill only controls one, flonase controls six. and six is greater than one. flonase the 24
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is time to squeeze in easy diy home projects. the new book, homemakers, the handbook for digital generation. >> thank you for having me. >> you are a digital girl in a digital world. >> buy the book. >> i never wanted to write a book. the appreciation for the books, they are so different than ever before. i wanted to write a book and include over 1,000 different ways to do things in the home using less time. whether that's technology or cheats. this sounds hard. it's not. you can just take any glass wear and use this cream. if you really do it. you can add these.
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start paints anywhere over this area. if you let it dry for about 20 or 30 minutes, that's frosted. take the tape off and look. it's perfect. >> look at the sticker letters. just to make it more creative or fun. that's pretty awesome. >> you can create any sort of colorful design you want. you are using paint and tape. when you peel it off. see how that works. the tape and paint worked out for you at home. >> the kids do that. exactly. this is a fun one. a lot of people think clay and pottery is difficult. they are so easy to use and you don't have to bake it or anything. what's fun is you can create cool and interesting objects and stamp them. will let you guys go through the
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process. it's a little bit wet. you can start stamping. once you lead it dry, that's it. >> you don't have to do anything else? >> . >> everything you need is at the hardware store. you can paint them as well and put them on the wall and you have a great jewelry organizer for all your stuff in the bathroom. >> let's talk about your biggest achievement. your 4-month-old ansle. >> amazing. thank you. best of luck to you and you can get more details. back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ yoplait. with a smooth and creamy taste your whole family loves. don't miss yoplait's exciting new flavors -- creamy caramel and cookies 'n cream. well good morning, everyone. 9:56. a 19-year-old woman charged in the death of a man in gilroy is back in court today. investigators say gabriela ortiz is a prostitute. they say she left the home of
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rab robert heiser shortly before he was found beaten to death. surveillance video helped police track down ortiz. she used heiser's credit card in a convenience store. >> a busy south bay animal hospital is open this morning despite the fact it's got boarded up windows. last night, a car crashed thrown the entrance in campbell. no word on what caused the driver to lose control, but no human or animal was harmed in the making of this crash. happening today, california's water resources department takes up its third snow pack survey of the year. the department says state-wide water levels are about 19 persh of their historical average for this time of year. let's check the weather. >> cool temperatures and clear skies to start for most. then we'll see a few clouds near the hilltops south of gilroy. slight chance of showers but a drier day in the bay area compared to yesterday. temperatures climbing through the upper 50s and 60s to mid60s
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this afternoon. around san jose 65. into the north bay, highs in the mid 60s, and pleasanton and livermore, 60s today. 70 starting tomorrow. warmer as we finish the week. for another check of the tuesday morning commute, here's mike. >> looking to the bay bridge where we're starting to see traffic ease a bit. look at the compressing down to the toll plaza. still have the metering loish on. you have a little bit of slowdown in the east shore freeway, but most of it 580 off 24 traditional for this pattern and in fact 880 through oakland. the rest of the bay is nice. a little slowing at the dublin interchange, but nothing dramatic. typical around mission and north 101. another local news update in a half hour. we'll 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. welcome to "boozeday tuesday," march 3rd. we have a terrific show for you today. >> we're excited because this actor who we have on, his last movie opened up in the top spot of the summer. ansel elgort is in one of the most anticipated movies called "insurgent." he's a hot ticket. >> oh, yes he's changed since the last time he was here.
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>> also stopping by, jeremy sisto starring in "the returned" which is something i hope never happens in my life. it's a remake of an emmy-winning french drama. >> and jill is here to show you how to have a spa day at home. is that jill? >> never looked lovelier. >> and we have madeleine fernstrom to talk about her mad food challenge. >> speaking of mad food it is national pancake day. >> come on. it's a great day. >> how come i have butter and she doesn't? >> go ahead and split that with me. the children's miracle network hospitals, it's national pancake day because the proceeds from ihop, ihop will be giving away -- oh, yes. >> that's how much i love you.
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>> and then i sometimes go under there. anyway, you get a free short stack per guest at participating ihops. and they want you to leave a donation, which is great. and the donations support local charities at the children's miracle network. >> wow, hoda you're going to do it. i'll continue on if you'd like me to. >> yes, please. >> fallon has been doing what he's been doing with justin timberlake. >> kelly clarkson has had a few songs that have come out. and you want to see her perform -- well, it happened on if the fallon." >> they did a little duty. ♪ islands in the stream ♪ ♪ that is what we are ♪ ♪ no one in between ♪
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♪ don't go breaking my heart ♪ ♪ i couldn't if i tried ♪ ♪ you will always be my endless love ♪ >> i love her! >> he is such a good singer. >> he's a great singer. he's got moves, baby. >> i love seeing her back. >> she seems so happy, too. that baby's changed everything. a baby should. >> she was on cbs sunday morning and they did a long piece on her. if you didn't already love her and you saw that, you loved her even more. she's the real deal. >> why can't she come and see us? >> kelly? >> clarkson? love to have her. kate middleton finally looks like she's pregnant. it's a good thing because she's
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due next month. she has a bump. >> there it is. >> that's me after lunch. >> the little prince george is 19 months old. my sister and i are 20 months apart. and it's a lovely time. you're so close. we don't know if it's a boy or girl. >> "the voice" was last night and there are reasons why we a lot of the blind auditions. one kid shocked some of the judges last night. ♪ find out what we're made of when we are called to help our friends ♪ ♪ you can count on me as we count on you ♪ ♪ you can count on me ♪
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>> very interesting. >> what's your name? >> jacob rimmel. >> you do not look like i thought you were going to look. i was like, whoa! that's what i love about this the most. >> yeah. >> who did he pick? >> he picked blake. >> adam had fun pretending to audition for the show. let's take a look at that. ♪ >> come on, adam, don't be a holdout. ♪
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>> okay. >> why is he singing? >> i guess he needs attention. i don't know why. >> let me gird myself please. >> you know how we love to talk about "the bachelor"? truth be told kathie lee isn't 100% into it. >> i'm 100% out of it. >> i enjoy it but i can't keep everybody straight. so we've decided we're going to enlist our "bachelor" expert also known as amanda avery. amanda is one of our producers. >> she knows everything there is about pop culture in the entire world. >> she's like, here's what happened. >> the show is brilliant. >> last night was a reunion? >> last night was a women's tell-all and they get to confront chris. first up, we have britt.
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britt wears makeup when she goes to bed at night just in case. they confronted her because she supposedly lied throughout the show. she cried for so much of the show. she gets the cry award. she was crying and crying and crying. she still looks beautiful while she's in tears. >> it's waterproof. >> she cried for a lot of it. next we have ashley s. not to be confused with ashley i. ashley s. is an interesting one. she was very quirky throughout the show, she was kooky googly. >> i remember. >> difficulty focussing? >> yeah. they gave her the chance to defend herself. we have to take a look at what chris asked her and what she said. >> i did not believe the tree has real fruit growing from it. and i was like, that looks like
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an onion. that looks so fake. >> but then it turned out to be a pomegranate. who is the really ashley s.? or what? >> what are you? >> what are you? >> i like to ride bikes. this is me. while all of them were getting upset and crying, i was outside picking pomegranates. it's so weird. >> what is? >> just being on tv. >> oh yeah. >> that wasn't even the entire -- that was just little snippets. i was a little worried about her last night. they love her. chris asked her on the spot to come on for "bachelor in paradise," the spin-off series. she didn't answer. >> amanda i don't want to --
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you only have 13 seconds left in your rundown. >> kaitlyn came in third place and she got to confront chris. take a look at what chris said. >> you saw the shock on my face. you saw that raw emotion of being blindsided. i'm just looking for a genuine answer of like what happened? >> there's really no true explanation. at that point in the journey, i was literally falling in love with three women. and you're kind of throwing darts at a dartboard in the dark. >> oh -- >> no woman wants to hear that. >> why do any of them want to be with him? >> he is a turn-off. >> in the beginning, i get it. >> please! >> it's down to these two ladies whitney and becca.
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>> i'm going to pick the one in yellow whitney. and kathie lee gets becca. >> i get the virgin. >> this is mine, team hoda and team kathie lee. amanda you did a great job. thank you. >> can't wait to see who he picks. >> don't forget, i'm on her team. >> see you next week. >> thank you sweetheart. >> what did you think of that situation? >> i'm on pins and needles. i don't know if i can wait for the spin-off. josh gad is apologizing already for the new "frozen" song. >> he plays the snowman. and if your kids are singing "frozen" over and over again, he claims there is a frozen-ish song -- >> it's around a birthday party. the song is called -- >> it's going to be in that little trailer we told you about that's going to open before
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"cinderella". >> the song is called "making today a perfect day". >> let's listen to a little bit of it. ♪ >> not the same. >> the kids discovered "frozen" on their own -- >> well, "let it go". >> they pick what they love. >> disney knows what they're doing. what is next? >> the most offensive smelling food. >> here's something. you're in the office or you're on a plane or somewhere -- >> got a few of them come on over. >> what foods turn you off? these are the nine smelliest foods. they say popcorn is number nine. >> i love the smell of popcorn. >> i love it too. reheated fast food is number eight.
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reheated chinese food. people don't love that. boiled eggs. >> terrible. >> hard-boiled eggs on a plane -- when someone has a salad with chopped-up eggs onions and dressing -- >> it's going to be a long flight. >> and then mushing it around -- fish of any kind -- >> kimchi was before. >> kimchi. fish of any kind do not bring fish to the microwave at work. >> hot dogs and reheated fish in a share microwave. >> yeah. but be mindful when you're going on an airplane and you're taking your food with you that what you're eating might repulse -- and tuna is a bad one on the plane. but because they don't serve food, you're like what do i do? and you get whatever is in the airport and usually it's pizza
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or subs and you get on the plane and eat it. >> there's no fault in his rising star. ansel elgort is here. >> but first, these messages. alright, listen up. out on that field today, you will be ready for anything. and i want you to always remember,
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>> i'm not going with you guys. >> what? >> i'm not going with you guys. >> what are you talking about? >> what's your plan? >> you guys are going to find the rest and then what? assassinate and start a civil war. i'm not cut out for that. >> yeah. >> uh-huh! so there. >> what about it? >> i thought 18 was legal. >> no. >> not for you guys. >> you can give your life for your country but you're not allowed to have a drink. >> have you already had a drink -- >> i've had a little bit of wine at church where they dip the body of christ in it -- >> that's the only time? >> back to the movie yeah, i love this movie, first of all, i want to say. i'll always be honest in my career. if i don't like a movie, i'm going to say it. but i actually really like this
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movie. it's dark. it seems like a real action adventure. he's one of the best actors around. it's a great movie. >> we want you guys to be making out and not be brother and sister. >> yeah i totally know what you mean. >> is she great to work with? >> she's great, yeah. >> what is it about the chemistry between you two? >> well it's probably just that. it's like we're brother and sister on screen, we want to make out the whole time. there's that tension there. >> you're so weird. >> we were afraid this young man we met a couple of years girl with the first movie, it was going to be different this time around -- >> i am different. >> how are you different? >> i'm almost 21. >> how do you want to be different?
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there's a good question. >> i don't know. i think we all have goals. if we're going to talk about this kind of stuff, i think people -- i need to stop judging things too fast. stop coming to conclusions about how i feel about people too fast and i need to stop -- i feel like i'm always talking badly about things before i do my real homework and then i might realize that i was wrong and talk badly about them to begin with. >> wow. >> that's something that i've been realizing that i want to change. >> a lot of people never realize that. >> never do. >> back to the movie for just a second it has such a crazy following. look, you put out a picture on twitter and a gazillion young girls are following. >> that bodes well for the future. >> super lucky to have a following like that. >> oh how cute. >> it's great. i'm super lucky to have a
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following already. and we're lucky because people are going to go see our movie. i was part of a movie that no one saw. that's a truth in this industry. and i have barely experienced it because i've been so lucky so far. >> how old were you with your first acting job? >> my first job i guess was actually at the city center in the city ballet in "the nutcracker". >> because you're a dancer? >> i was a dancer first. but my first was at city center, which closed early. >> i know about that. >> we took a little quiz. and i think you have the results. you're sitting on our results. what was the quiz and what did we do? >> you guys took an aptitude test. >> how sad. >> this is going to tell you what faction you were in. >> that one's mine. >> this is yours.
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you got amity. >> what's that? >> amity faction values peace and friendship, artistic, creative and musical. the faction focuses on peacekeeping and harmony. >> that's what you are? >> yeah. except the farming part. otherwise -- >> all right. >> hoda is an excellent farmer. >> here's yours. you're also amity. >> oh! >> we're great farmers. >> didn't expect that from you guys. i thought you'd be candor, the honest. >> yeah, baby. >> you are honest and open. >> you are adorable. come back and see it. the series hits theaters march 20th. just about time for your tuesdayday teaser. we'll put those minds to work. >> we p don't like that.
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the vegetation there is going to be a fire hazard come summer and a driving harzered as well. mowing it apparently not an option because caltrans says it lacks manpower. many people who live in the area worry the spraying is unsafe. caltrans will let homeowners opt out. you have to post a no spray sign on your property. >> alameda county supervisors discussing plans to enforce a new skateboard ban that covers all county property. over bay area jurisdictions have similar bans but critics say they're often ignores and seldom enforce enforced. a look at weather and traffic after the break.
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mostly clear skies to start, then later on today, clouds building up near some of the hilltops in areas south of morgan hill and gilroy may see a slight chance of a shower but a much calmer weather picture than yesterday around the same time. as we go from lunch time upper 50s and low 60s. highs today making a run at the mid 60s. closer to san jose 65. low 60s into san francisco. trending warmer tomorrow as our highs make a run at the 70s. as we wrap up the week. now for a cheg to see how things are on the roadways and your morning commute, let's check in with mike. >> well folks making the late run to the bay bridge toll plaza. all lanes filled in but no drama. 580 compressing right here at the toll plaza. fremont, it has cleared up. and we'll have a look at the golden gate bridge. we had a burst of traffic coming south and there was a crash over on the side so there may be
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slowing. back to you. >> thanks. make sure to join us at 11:00. we're working on the next newscast. we'll see you then. we are back with more of "today" on this brain teaser tuesday. before the break, we asked you to figure out the answer to this riddle. >> here it is. the more of these you take the more of them you leave behind. we didn't know until joanne started walking away from us and we knew it was footsteps. >> if you barely step foot out of your house because of the weather, you could probably use some pampering. >> right now, we're going to show you how to treat yourself to a home spa day courtesy of jill martin. >> hello, jill. >> i was going to say boyfriends at the end of that. i'm not funny.
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our spa day begins with masks. they should express your personality. you're not really grumpy when you wake up. it was one of the options. you are, wake me for champagne. next step is about to happen. we'll come back to the next step in a moment. >> this isn't going well. we're not quite sure what you're doing. >> put this oil in between your hands. >> i don't feel it. what is it? >> the vibration. instead of the laos noise, you wake up to this buzzing -- >> you wake up all right. >> good morning to you! >> let's check on our horoscope to get everything going here. >> no no no. >> i'm not doing horoscopes. >> i know you don't. but other people do. on your wrist, there's a scanner and you put your phone to it and it gives you your horoscope for
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the day. it's long, i'll read it at the end. >> don't want any more bad news. >> it's a good one for you today. now it's time to get out of bed. if you weren't wearing dresses, you could really get your day going. >> is that a robe? >> yes. >> i love those kind. >> you don't sweat so much. >> hoda, this barely fits. >> hey, that was unnecessary. that is a little tight. >> it is a little tight. >> time to head over to our spa chairs and time to get a little sharper image first. i have some warm towels that i'm going to put over your lap. this is -- >> oh, indeed. >> a home towel warmer and a foot massage with the heater in it. >> the foot massage is awesome.
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>> that is heated. then we move on to uncommon goods, a hand warmer. and you we are really -- >> these are like big mitts. >> it's a moisturizing hand warmer. then we move on to -- >> a lot going on here. >> another warmer. >> i'm feeling very stressed. >> and you put this neck warmer on which will really soothe you and finish off the body. >> okay. >> i like these hand things, jill. >> or pick your nose. >> we move on to my face. my face -- >> we love your face, jill. >> it's a moisturizing mask and it feels so good. molly ringwald walked by and said, i love those masks. if you don't want to invest in a
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hair mask, our brave donna -- this is avocado with one to two tablespoons of mayonnaise. >> how much do you put in there? >> you put it in. and you to finish the day. you get tea cookies in the mouth -- >> take off your mitt. i don't want to hold it with my mitt. >> the tea is in the cup. however, so you don't have to hold too much, the cookie is in the mouth. >> thank you sweetheart. >> now you have a complete spa day. >> i would rather have some of my stuff. please take my drink. >> now we're all relaxed. >> this is so good. >> jill, we love you. >> we may want to use some of
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these for our food segment. >> we are picking up two ladies from the plaza. >> and the handsome star of "the returned" jeremy sisto. you use tide pods? yeah! but i thought you were the queen of the pre-treat soak treat soak? those are fond memories, but those things are amazing. once i saw what they did, i actually started to relax. don't touch my things. those little guys clean, brighten and fight stains. so now i can focus on more pressing matters. like your containers. isn't it beautiful? your sweet peppers aren't next to your hot peppers. [ gasps ] [ sarah ] that's my tide. what's yours? packing should be simple like new nature valley nut crisp bars. let's see if hikers are keeping it simple too. what's happening here? just a little pack inspection a loofah. a tape measure. claves. seriously?
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this is the greatest team you will ever be part of. and when they're asked 'what did you do to make a difference in the world?' they can say 'i became a soldier'. actor, writer and producer jeremy sisto has been in shows like "six feet under" and most recently on "suborgatory." >> but it was his role in "clueless" that put jeremy on the map. >> on "the returned," he plays a psychologist who helps families move on after their loss of a
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loved one until they seriously begin to reappear. >> sometimes when something traumatic happens our brain blocks it out as a defense mechanism, as a way of protecting ourselves. the memories usually return once we're more equipped to deal with them. >> so that's crashed and now i have amnesia. >> it's more complicated than that. >> it's always more complicated. >> always more complicated. >> the psychologist voice on there. >> that's right. >> we like that. >> he's a strange character. he's kind of -- he's probably kind of a weird guy to hang out with. he's very calm and collected but you kind of wonder if the personality he's putting on a thought-out and performed or is it's really him. >> when these people come back from the dead, they come back as like a real person not the weird, creepy zombie -- >> and having no memory.
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>> same clothes. >> same clothes and they haven't aged at all. for them it's been like no time has asked. >> so the friends and family are seeing them and freaking out. >> and they've moved on. each character that's lost a loved one is somewhere in the stages of their grief, of letting go. it's like, if you know somebody who's lost someone if you've lost someone yourself, there's a stage where you have to make yourself move on, if it's a husband or wife, you have to start dating again. but you're afraid, if i start dating, i feel like that person's still with me, i feel like they could walk in the door. this show is about when they do walk in the door. >> do they have funerals or disappear someplace -- >> they die. >> is it a psychological thing or is it like blood and guts -- >> there is some very disturbing stuff. but it's all very grounded in who these characters are. and it happens to be -- it's a wide scope of covering this. >> in addition to this, you're a
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busy guy. you have a film is the sundance. >> a little movie i produced for almost no money. and with director adam mason and simon boyes. it's called "hangman." and it's creepy, kind of a horror, psychological horror -- >> are you into all that? >> you seem like an easygoing guy. >> i do with the audience likes. people really like to be freaked out for some reason. >> especially lately it seems, those kind of creepy movies are hot. >> and i have a daughter so i'm trying to explain to her why people like to be afraid. she doesn't get it. >> how old is she? >> she's 5. >> yeah. so she sees disney movies and such, is she scared of the witch or the -- >> yeah. she's getting through that. she's constantly changing and now she's at a new level of maturity. >> are you going to let her see "fifty shades"? you also enjoy singing.
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i read that somewhere. i saw you singing in a club somewhere. and you were also in a maroon 5 video? >> yeah, i'm friends with that band. and they called me one day and had me come down. >> do we have that? ♪ >> is that you? >> that is me. >> you're the makeout guy? >> yeah but then he comes and beats me up. don't come in here. what are you doing, man? get out of my face. >> you actually sing yourself. what kind of music do you like to sing? >> i did an album last year under the -- i have a pseudonym or an alter ego called escape taylor. that was a fun project. >> modern-day renaissance guy. he does it all. >> i think i'm just bored. >> no time for that. >> thank you so much. "the returned" debuts on monday on a & e. our teammates are ready.
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we're back with a game we like to call madeleine's mad food challenge. >> and since we're in national nutrition month -- >> we have madeleine fernstrom. she picked two lucky fans off the plaza to join our game. on my team is sarah robertson. >> and on the winning team, my team is another top person from charleston taylor robinski. >> here we go. >> this is our food challenge. a question will come up on the board. i'm going to give you three answers and you're going to confer with your team and buzz in when you know the answer.
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these are everyday nutrition things. are you ready? >> you can do this. >> which one of these meets your minimum protein needs for one day? >> you know -- you can't even see it! hoda hits the button -- >> the correct answer is -- sarah and i believe it's "a." >> and you would be correct. it is two chicken breasts. that's about eight ounces. you want me to go on the other side? >> donna brought us the chicken. >> this is a concentrated protein source of an animal. you could also use soy protein if you want. that's about 12 ounces. but if you like lentils or beans up it to about two cups. okay, how much caffeine is
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recommended for healthy eating per day? one large cup two large cups or three large cups. >> that might have changed because a new study came out yesterday. pick it up, pick it up, got to answer. >> "a"? >> you would be wrong. >> we have to pick the answer now. >> we're talking about 400 milligrams total. >> "b." definitely "b." >> you said one large cup. it's two. this is about 16 ounces. >> i like to watch donna bring stuff out. >> and tea has a lot less. so you can up it if you want some tea. >> but a study came out yesterday saying up to five cups is great for your heart. >> it depends upon the size.
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this is typically two cups when you talk about that. eight ounce is a serving. but when is the last time you had an eight ounce cup of coffee? never 16 ounces, 20 24. thank you, donna. let's move on to fiber. which one of these fruits gives you one-third of your daily fiber requirement? >> definitely blackberries. >> and definitely right. that's about eight grams out of the 24 that you need. >> all fruits are a good source of fiber. and this is a high-fiber fruit fresh or frozen because they can be pricey. >> that was excellent, donna. >> thank you, donna. on to the next -- this is a true or false. 50/50 odds. one cup of yogurt and three cups of steamed broccoli have about the same amount of calcium, true or false? >> just to get in the game here.
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true true. >> true. >> she would be right. >> see! >> wait, the yogurt's coming. >> a cup of yogurt, you need three times more broccoli to get the same amount of calcium. but they're both good sources. >> thank you. >> it looks like the game's over. >> so what's the prize? >> the prize -- >> somebody gets the yogurt and somebody gets the broccoli. >> they both win. everybody's a winner. >> we'll be back in a moment. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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we want to send a shoutout and big congratulations to carrie underwood. she had her baby.
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>> she tweeted, tiny hands, tiny feet god has blessed us. >> i'm so happy for both of them. >> don't forget. this friday, we are giving it away. five lucky viewers. you have to enter again every week. >> go to and we just may call your name. >> tomorrow ralph macchio stops by. >> he never changes. and if you're looking for the sun, we'll take you to the best beaches and destinations voted on by you. >> have a great one. it's been nice talking to you. >> tomorrow's going to be fun because it's going to be "winesday wednesday."
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that breaking news in san francisco where the hall of justice has been evacuated because of a suspicious package there. bomb squad there on the scene. we have a crew headed there as well. we'll keep an eye on the story. in meantime i'm kris sanchez. >> i'm scott mcgrew. we do have new details on an oakland girl declared brain dead after a botched surgery. her family took action against the hospital. >> bob redell is live in oakland with more on the lawsuit filed by jahi mcmath's family. >> good morning to you, kris and scott. at any moment the attorney representing the family of jahi mcmath will be filing a lawsuit


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