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traffic through the dublin interchange. all the color sensors here palo alto no drama but moving into the sunlight with the time change it will be a different commute for next week. >> happy birthday, laura! good morning. last blast. a massive storm bears down on nearly half the country. snow, rain, ice, sending cars skidding off the road, forcing schools to close. and yes, big delays at airports today. breaking overnight, the u.s. ambassador to south korea attacked by a man with a knife. >> i need an ambulance fast. get me to the hospital. >> this morning, he is recovering from emergency surgery, his attacker in custody, but how did he get that close? release them. hillary clinton calls for her e-mails as secretary of state to be made public. is it enough to quiet the storm? and stranded. the woman trapped on an island in maine, iced in for more than a month and counting. today, thursday, march 5, 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 "today" on a thursday morning. memo to winter this better be it. >> yeah, a lot of people are over. this you know, there's s house this morning. no school. my kids are happy. take a look at some of the prettier images of a storm like this. earlier this morning evan lysacek out performing on the ice rink. his performance will be beautiful when he joins us a little later. >> high degree of difficulty on that one too. the storm is our top story this morning. if this is winter's final big one, not going without a fight. tens of millions being impacted today, states of emergency
declared and our weather team has it covered. let's start with dylan dreyer in boston. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. the snow has returned in boston. but yesterday we hit 40 degrees for the first time in 44 days. but in other parts of the country, it was anything but springlike. in texas where they got just under four inches of snow. it stretched all the way up into new england. and we do have states of emergency in alabama, mississippi, also up into west virginia and new jersey where the snow is very heavy. it went from rain to ice to snow. that's what's making the roads extremely dangerous. it's going to slowly spread east today making a mess of washington, d.c. area where public offices are closed today. and office is closed today because of the snow they are expecting. so it is certainly hopefully the last final blow. because next week it looks like we are going to get into a pattern change and start to see some warmer temperatures. but al especially back through
the midwest and into the northeast, we could be talking about another chance to break record low temperatures before that warm-up happens. >> absolutely dylan. thanks so much. again, two inches. they just need two inches to break that record. again, the midwest has been hit hard by this. take a look at this video of why you should not be driving fast? this guy comes off the interstate near st. louis just so fast and, boy, what a mess. major damage. luckily nobody was injured really in this crash. let's show you what else is going on. this is the latest with the blue line that's the area of 32 degrees. this is the top of the rock camera. you can't see anything. i-95 philadelphia. more heavy snow coming down. we've got winter storm warnings advisories, and freezing rain advisories stretching from texas all the way to new england this morning. at 8:00 a.m. jackson, mississippi, winter weather advisories. ice amounts of 1/4 inch. sleet 1/2 inch.
the snow gets heavy in washington new york city. snow falling one to three inches per hour. likely four to seven inches. it continues into the afternoon hours with winter storm warnings. look at the snowfall amounts. generally about anywhere from 3 to 6 inches. but from long island into new jersey about 6 to 9 inches. and this is going to be a big problem later this morning into the afternoon hours. up to 1/2 inch of ice down through the southeast. that's where we can see power lines going down. roads is mess. 2500 flights have been canceled already. those numbers will go up. but as dylan mentioned, we do see a light at the end of the tunnel. good news, it's not a train. >> coming in the wrong direction. >> al thank you. meantime the u.s. ambassador to south korea recovering from a vicious attack. chilling photos show mark lippert bleeding from his head and wrist just moments after he was slashed by a knife wielding man. nbc's keir simmons has the latest on this. keir good morning to you. >> reporter: matt good morning.
ambassador lippert underwent two and a half hours of surgery this morning. has 80 stitches. doctors say he will spend at least three days hospitalized. he was extraordinarily calm in the moments after the attack. moments captured on video and these are shocking pictures of what happened to such a senior american diplomat. panic. >> i'm bleeding here. >> reporter: just minutes after suffering a four-inch slash to his face. >> i need an ambulance fast. get me to the hospital. >> reporter: ambassador lippert, a second cut to his arm, is bundled into a car. moments earlier the ambassador who served with the navy s.e.a.l.s calmly walks from the room where his alleged assailant was wrestled to the ground. [ screaming ] mark lippert's place setting still splattered with blood. later the ambassador was helped from an ambulance bandaged and
wearing hospital clothes. i'm okay he said. doctors say he is suffering some paralysis of the face and arm, but this morning he tweeted, doing well and in great spirits. robyn his wife and his song and dog and i deeply moved by the support. we will be back asap. the suspect in his 50s taken away loudly protesting about u.s./south korean military exercises. south korea said it was shocked by an attack on a major allied country. north korean television called it a punishment deserved to the warmonger u.s. while secretary kerry described it as a senseless attack. >> he's doing as good as could be expected. and his spirit is strong. >> reporter: and overnight, the president phoned the ambassador offering his prayers. and lippert is close to the president. he's worked with him for many
years. should he have had more security? there was no metal detector at the door. and this alleged assailant got in despite previously reportedly attacking the japanese ambassador with a piece of concrete. >> yeah they're going to have to review those procedures and the injuries could have been a lot worse. >> absolutely. >> keir, thank you. big story in politics this morning. hillary clinton responding for the first time to this growing controversy over her use of a personal e-mail account as secretary of state. in a tweet late last night, she says she asked the state department to release her e-mails. she wants them to do that as soon as possible. andrea mitchell has more on all of it. andrea good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. two days a the controversy over her use of private e-mail first erupted, hillary clinton has given her first response on twitter as you say. but that still may not ensure some democrats about the way she handled this issue.
after clinton foundation owners hillary clinton tweeted at 11:35 p.m. i want the public to see my e-mail. i asked state to release them. they said they will review them for release as soon as possible. she did not address why she used a private e-mail system exclusively while secretary of state or registered it to her home. raising questions about whether her e-mails were properly archived. >> it's important to ensure that when official business is conducted on personal e-mail that those records are properly maintained and preserved. >> reporter: clinton aides say she turned over 55,000 panls last year to the state department but have not said whether she held anything back. and now the republican-led house committee investigating benghazi has subpoenaed all of clinton's relevant e-mails. >> i can't do what the house asked me to do which is write the final definitive report on
benghazi if i don't have all of her e-mails. >> reporter: wrote the committee that contrary to report clinton used only one personal e-mail address as secretary of state. then switched to a new address after leaving office. but why would she go to such lengths to avoid using government e-mail? one possible clue, this overheard conversation from 2001. >> reporter: adding to the mystery around the home server it was registered under an eric hotha many rks, the name of a former clinton aide. >> a personal e-mail server even if it's set up very well is going to be more vulnerable to hacking than a government server. >> reporter: they will review e-mails that clinton provided them to decide what to release but it will take some time. clinton defenders point out that jeb bush also used a private e-mail system when he was
governor of florida. but reporters say it will take more than one tweet to get past this episode. savannah? >> all right. andrea mitchell thank you. mark halperin has covered hillary clinton extensively. wrote about her in the book "game change" and is now editor of bloomberg politics. >> good morning. >> is this a passing shower? is it a squall? is it a cyclone? >> this is like boston's third of ten snowstorms going national. it's destructive, it's distracting, and you know you're going to get more. >> some people might say it's the political chattering class who's interested in this. real people aren't paying attention. you think that's true? >> people paying attention are democrat who is want hillary clinton to be president but terrified this shows the judgment she showed previously. not what will help her get elected. >> here's somebody who knows what it would be like to be under scrutiny to use a personal
e-mail account. even if there's nothing nefarious about it, it looks bad. >> it's a testament to how her aides are concerned about this. she's giving in to the republicans and to the press by releasing saying she's going to release some of these e-mails. she never gives in. no history. they know this is a big problem. they're hearing from the same democrats i'm hearing from who say this looks bad. while it might be an inside thing now, the public image while it might just be an inside thing now, the image of hillary clinton, this places all the worst things people thought about her over the years, secretive and playing by her own rules. talk about democrats' reaction. what about republicans? certainly hands them a lot of ammunition and breathes new life, perhaps, into the whole investigation into benghazi. >> what's the main reason that hillary clinton doesn't like to give in when republicans demand she release documents? because she knows all it does is whet their appetite for more. in this case, legitimate questions, reignite benghazi, more people in the media, i think, will be open to saying what was she not revealing about that but reignites the question, why did she turn some of her
private e-mails over to the government and not all of them? that question she doesn't address in her tweet last night, gonna have to address that. >> going to take more than a tweet then? >> going to take more than a tweet. she is going to have to talk. >> mark halperin, thanks so much. >> thank you. >> send it to matt. another day of dramatic testimony expected today at the trial of boston marathon bombing suspect, dzhokar tsarnaev, this after an opening day that featured the surprise admission from the defense, some graphic images of the attack and emotional testimony. nbc national correspondent, peter alexander, is in boston. peter, good morning. >> reporter: matt, good morning to you. punctuating that first day of what you describe was right as emotional testimony, some powerful accounts for the first time from boston bombing survivors facing the man that even the defense admits tried to kill them. when the bombs exploded two years ago, rebecca gregory, who lost a leg, remembers hearing her 5-year-old son repeatedly calling "mommy. mommy." on wednesday, she testified she was thinking, "god, if this is
it, take me, but let me know noah is okay." overnight, gregory wrote about her court appearance on facebook, posting in an open letter to her alleged attacker, hanks, "today, i looked at you right in the face and realized i wasn't afraid anymore. and today, i realized that sitting across from you was somehow the crazy kind of step forward that i needed all along." badly wounded college student sydney corkran also testified, saying, "i remember feeling i'm just going to sleep. it felt almost peaceful. i was fading fast." the long-awaited trial opened wednesday with tsarnaev's defense lawyer making a stunning admission, it was him. looking to spare tsarnaev's life, the defense looked to shift the blame to tamerlan, saying tamerlan who self-radicalized, but prosecutors disagree, adding that dzhokar pretended to be a spectator, had murder in his heart, adding he believed he was in a holy war against americans. prosecutors say dzhokar tsarnaev began reading terrorist writings
as early as 2011, two years before the bombing and they say just 20 minutes after the marathon attack, he went to a whole goods grocery store, where surveillance video showed him calmly buying milk. underscoring the devastation of the attack, prosecutors also showed the jury dramatic new video of the explosion, shattering the windows of a nearby sporting goods store. employees inside scrambling to help those badly injured. one of the most compelling moments of yesterday's testimony was from the manager of that sporting goods store, marathon sports on boylston street, who described choking back tears the moment that that explosion took place. he said, "the thing that haunts me the most are the agonizing decisions, who do you help first? who needs it more?" matt, more testimony expected today. >> peter alexander in boston this morning. peter, thank you very much. turn to natalie now. she is following this report on ferguson, missouri's, police department it is damning.
>> certainly is and city officials in ferguson, missouri, say they are taking immediate steps to respond to that scathing justice department investigation that found a sweeping pattern of racially biased policing there. a separate probe has now cleared former officer darren wilson in the death of michael brown. here's nbc's ron allen. >> whose street? >> our street. >> whose street? >> our street. >> reporter: overnight, word that darren wilson will not face civil rights charges and citing the federal investigation, protesters outside police headquarters demanded ferguson overhaul the entire force. >> the reaction from the city was not enough. >> reporter: one ferguson city employee has been fired, two more on leave for allegedly sending racist he e-mails, some targeting the president and first lady, uncovered by the justice department investigation. >> this type of behavior will not be tolerated. >> this investigation found a community that was deeply polarized. >> reporter: among the more graphic allegations, that police used dogs almost exclusively against black suspects and used excessive force against people who were mentally ill. the feds now demanding ferguson
change its stop, search and arrest procedures, embrace community-based police and recruit higher and promote diverse officers. that, as federal prosecutors cleared former officer darren wilson, saying that he killed michael brown in self-defense, essentially, the same conclusion reached by a grand jury last fall. no comment from wilson, who previously told abc news -- >> the reason i have a clean conscience is because i know i did my job right. >> reporter: brown's parents say they are disappointed wilson won't face justice but their son's death won't be in vain if this sparks change across the country. ron allen, nbc news, ferguson. some good news out of washington, the budget battle is over, for now. president obama signed the department of homeland security appropriations act wednesday, funding the department through the fiscal year. the measure had been stalled because republicans wanted to use the legislation to reverse the president's executive action on immigration, but republicans relented and they were able to pass a clean funding bill. a superbug linked to tainted
medical devices has now been identified at one of america's largest hospitals. cedars-sinai medical center in los angeles says four patients under its care were infected by the highly drug resistant cre bacteria after a scoping device was used during a procedure. one of the four patients has since died, but hospital officials attribute the death to underlying conditions. an additional 64 patients may have been exposed. a big change at the big top. ringling brothers bar us in and bailey he's elephants have been at the center of lawsuits by animal rights activists. the parent can company calls the decision difficult. the circus will keep featuring other animals. now some dramatic video to show you just released of a michigan bus driver who police say fell
asleep at the wheel, slamming into eight cars. it happened in a detroit suburb in october. >> oh. >> that driver is now facing some charges. you can see 65-year-old leon rashed slams the brakes, unfortunately, it was too late, the bus slams into several vehicles over the course of a half mile. two people in an suv were seriously injured. there was only one passenger on the bus at the time. thankfully, she was okay. and baseball season, less than a month away now. so, when you visit your favorite major league ballpark this spring, be sure to save some room for dessert. now this is dessert. it is a churro dog. it will be available at the arizona diamondbacks games a warm cinnamon churro inside a chocolate glazed doughnut, topped with frozen yogurt, caramel and chocolate sauce on top to complete it all. only 1100 calories, but who's counting? all for $8.50. al's loving it. >> that's -- seems a little bit much. >> when the vendor throws it to you in the stands, you better catch that thing right. >> just open your mouth. >> frozen yogurt, that probably
knocked out ten calories. >> why at that point? >> natalie, thanks. >> mr. roker? >> churros. that's what's going on, get your local forecast in the next 30 seconds. it's kind of a one-time shot and you have to care for it. he told me to use pronamel. it's gonna help protect the enamel in your teeth. it allows me to continue to drink my coffee and to eat healthier and it was a real easy switch to make. good morning to you. i'm meteorologist christina loren. take a look at this beautiful morning shaping up in tiburon, not a cloud in the sky in half moon bay. we're on our way to comfortable conditions starting out in the 40s, on our way to the mid-60s
by lunch time and 70 degrees in san francisco, 73 here in the south bay, continued warming into your all-important weekend. great weekend to hit the beach and rain on the way. and that's your latest weather. all right, al. thanks so much. earlier, telling you about this emotional open letter that a boston bombing victim wrote to her attacker and carson, a lot of people responded to that online. rightfully so, have you guys read it? it is unbelievable. personifies boston stronger. rebecca gregory lost her leg in the attack. following her testimony on wednesday, went to facebook to share her memories. go to the orange room, take a look at it. as mentioned, an open letter to the attack, in it, said the explosions haunted her ever since, making her fearful of what other could do let's take a look at people online, their reaction. donna writes, this gave me chills and brought tears to my eyes. you are boston strong. i feel joy and relief for you today. doreen adds, thank you for sharing your strength and your story, you have no idea how many lives you have touched and continue to touch.
one more from darren, powerful, riveting, graceful, classy, amazing lady. if you haven't read it, so many people finding strength in rebecca's words and letting her know all about it. go check it out, a good read. back to you. >> carson, thanks so much. coming up, a disturbing case of hazing at a major university. two fraternity members arrested, a pledge facing the possible loss of four fingers. what he was allegedly forced to endure. plus, think you've had a rough winter? we will meet the woman trapped on an island in maine for more than a month and show you the dramatic air drop to replenish her supplies. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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a very good thursday morning to you. 7:26 now. i'm laura garcia-cannon. police in palo alto warn being a surge in vehicle break-ins. thieves targeted nine cars downtown tuesday night alone. they were mostly looking for electronics and other valuables. officers overnight arrested two men in a parking garage who they say did possess stolen property. they don't know if the men are linked to the break-ins. a pivotal day of testimony in a case that has silicon valleys attention. ellen pao will take the stand in her gender discrimination case in san francisco. pao is suing kleiner perkins for $16 million. she claims she was denied a promotion only because she's female. she says she got fired because
they complained. kleiner perkins pao had an inability to work with others. bay area water transportation leaders are expected to approve a new commuter ferry service that connects richmond and san francisco. $50 million is needed to cover costs for the twoferries and a terminal in richmond. the earliest service may set sail 2018. looking forward to a nice forecast today. >> it's going to be really nice later today, still a little chilly to start. temperatures mostly in the 30s and 40s, we're on“ our way to the 70s so widespread as we get into this afternoon, peak warmth for the weekend, temperatures climbing into the mid-70s, close to 80 degrees in some spots and we have this rainy pattern early next week. enjoy. 76 degrees in the south bay on saturday, 70s all weekend long, in san francisco showers arriving late tuesday into wednesday of next week. we will avery more on this for you in just moments. right now checking your drive with mike. >> a slowing southbound 880 from
around 980 through downtown there was a crash and debris oak street but it has cleared, the northbound side showing the build a little bit of distraction for that activity mostly just that commute kicking in west 580 slowing around the maze, which is typical, same thing upper east shore east bay. more cars at the bay. moving toward the peninsula the south bay no drama and same thing for the tri valley. >> thank you for joining us. i'll be back with another local newsup date in half an hour. we'll see you then.
it is 7:30 now on a thursday morning, the 5th of march, 2015. i was going to say that is the view from the top of the rock but not much of a view. heavy snow falling in the new york city area. you can see it falling there on the plaza where we have got some hearty souls gathered. we will get out and say hi to them in about 30 minutes. >> winter's last gasp, perhaps. al roker said it would be like this. it tops our morning's headlines today. more than 2500 flights canceled nationwide. states of emergency declared in several states from alabama all the way up to new jersey. speaking out in late-night tweet, hillary clinton says she has asked the state department to release all of her e-mails from the time that she was secretary of state.
clinton's under fire for using a personal e-mail account exclusively for official government business. and mark lippert, the u.s. ambassador to south korea says he is doing well and in great spirits as he recovers from surgery following a frightening attack. lippert was attending a breakfast meeting in seoul when he was slashed in the face and arm by a knife-wielding man. that man is in custody. >> frightening. coming up, a woman who can't wait for winter to end. for more than a month, she has been stranded on an ice and snow-covered island off the coast of maine. why she's there and what her friends just did to make sure she had supplies. gonna begin this half hour with the disturbing case of hazing under investigation at syracuse university. and nbc's stephanie gosk is on that story this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. the fallout has been swift in this case. that fraternity suspended, two of its members arrested after an incident that may cost one student four of his fingers. it is the scary incident that
has syracuse students talking. >> a really bad image on this fraternities and sororities and greek life in general. >> actually quite ridiculous that someone has to go through all of that in order to be just a part of something. >> reporter: shortly after midnight on monday, three pledges from the new alpha fi fraternity were taking part in what's being called forced exercise in a park near campus. the exercises, which lasted about a half hour, included pushups and took place in 19-degree temperatures in an area with snow on the ground, according to local police. the pledges were not wearing gloves. one of them went to a nearby hospital complaining of pain in his hands. according to police, he was diagnosed with severe frostbite and is in danger of losing his ring and pinky fingers on both hands. syracuse police arrested 19-year-old ty kim and 21-year-old jeffrey yam, both nu alpha fi members on charges of first-degree hazing. they were released on appearance tickets for a court date in two weeks. authorities say the two uninjured pledges are not cooperating with their investigation.
syracuse university released a statement saying it has, "zero tolerance for any form of hazing and takes this matter extremely seriously." the university says the two students who were arrested will also be subject to the school's student code of conduct. we should mention those students could not be reached for comment. >> all right, stephanie, thank you. >> not a fraternity person, but i don't understand wanting to be part of a club where they would make you so miserable just to join the club. i really don't. >> at what point do you say uncle? >> yeah. yeah. right? >> thank you, stephanie. a check of the weather from mr. roker. big changes coming, temperature-wise, one more arctic blast and then i think we are out of the woods as far as really cold air. right now, it's 10 in chicago, feels like 1 below, minus 6 in minneapolis, charlotte, 64, atlanta, 64, but then the front drops through and watch what happens during the day today, atlanta, your temperature steady drop into the upper 30s, chicago, you warm up to 16.
37 in raleigh, orlando, 83. tomorrow morning, we are probably going to see some record lows all across the eastern half of the country. for example, memphis, tennessee, all-time record low for march, 1943, 12 degrees. forecast tomorrow morning, 7. so it looks like we are going to see some bitterly cold temperatures, then they start to moderate through the weekend. for today, icing conditions from the mid-atlantic back into eastern texas. western third of the country going to be spectacular, sunshine today, sunny skies in los angeles and 78 degrees. that's what's going on around 7:34 happy thursday i'm meteorologist christina loren. temperatures pretty chilly to start but we are going to end up right now in the 40s on our way to the 70s. 72 degrees in the tri valley 70 in san francisco. 73 degrees in the north bay. only to get even warmer as we head throughout this upcoming weekend, then things change we've got showers on the way early next week late tuesday into wednesday, that will continue into the following thursday.
so enjoy this warm weather while it lasts. >> that's your latest weather. no doubt it has been a very difficult winter but for one woman in maine, kind of an adventure. willie is here with her story. good morning to you. >> reporter: diane cowan is a scientist who studies lobsters, been doing it a long time. the last month, she has been trapped on an island by this icy weather. >> this winter i have been iced in so far for 34 days. >> reporter: diane cowan works on friendship long island, off the coast of mai she is stranded. her boat her only means of transportation is iced in. >> i'm only a mile from shore. i can see lights on the mainland. i can see the main land. i just can't get there. >> reporter: diane is surviving just fine. she has food heat from the wood stove that she calls mr. green, electricity from a solar panel and her dog, sula which means sunshine in icelandic.
>> i really didn't need anything but there were things that i wanted. >> reporter: so her friends devised a plan an air drop and they found a pilot who just loved the idea. >> and he was all excited about it. he says oh boy an air drop. this will be great. >> reporter: the day of the drop it was 12 degrees below zero. >> i put on my snow shoes, bundled up because it was the coldest morning i ever had out here in my whole life. >> reporter: from above, you can see diane and from the open window of the plane, out went two boxes. the first box bounced off a roof but the second landed dead on. >> it was coffee, half and half a candy par, can of dog food oranges. i had never really thought about it but i really like knowing that somebody could bring me things if i really needed them. >> reporter: ever the lobster scientist, diane has just kept on working. >> and even this winter when it's about so cold and there's ice, there's still things i've been able to learn because i'm
here. >> diane is the founder of the lobster conner is van circumstance as you can see hearty soul as well. her group a non-profit at a does research aimed at sustaining a thriving lobster population. a lot of us heard this story, thought woman stranded on island she seems to be enjoying it a little bit, very casual about it says i'm stuck until my boat can get out. >> hate to see when they deliver from the acme company. drop that anvil. >> some kind of parachute to those boxes? >> i think, matt they flew in low enough just drop them not what snow. >> stay inside. >> an e-mail she is good. peace and quiet. >> willie thank you. coming up is this the fountain of youth? what you should be doing twice a week and dermatologists say will make you look years younger. all right. and next too much or not enough? a controversial move by police in a major u.s. city posting videos online from body cameras worn by sooo, you're all set to book a flight using rewards miles from your airline credit card. but then the illusion begins. the flights you really want -
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all right. we are pack at 7:42 with a new youtube channel being met with some controversy. it was launched by the seattle police department and featuresm c woulden by its officers. while some are praising this move others want to see more. here's nbc's joe fryer. >> reporter: with blurry video and no sound, this certainliment would be confused for an episode of "cops" but the seattle bliss department think it is could be a game changer. >> it is about accountability.
it is about building public trust, where -- >> where my head goes the camera goes basically. >> reporter: as part of a pilot program a dozen seattle officers are currently wearing body cameras. >> there's a device where i can hook it on to my collar here or lapel. >> reporter: the police department is now posting the footage on a youtube channel. we think that will help increase the trust that steps have when they interact with the seattle police department. >> reporter: but seattle is balancing transparency with concerns about privacy. that's why the videos are heavily edited too much according to some critics, who feel it is hard to make out anything too little to others. >> and the reality is that it's still possible to identify people and viewing the videos myself i was able to identify a number of people that i know just by you know viewing these blurred videos. >> reporter: even though the police videos posted to youtube are blur rib the law does allow people to request unedited cop nation are crystal clear.
officer chris meyers who is test he can the body cameras, likes the idea because the busch won't just see high-profile videos like this shooting in 2010. >> hey! put the knife down! [ gunshots president clinton president clinton it is out there for people see, mmundane, boring stuff for the most part. >> reporter: across the country, police transparency has been a major issue. this week in ferguson missouri where michael brown was killed, the justice department said it found a pattern of racially biased policing. in 2011, see the ale faced its own police investigation which found a pattern of excessive force. these very public youtube videos are one part of seattle's reform process. the city admits the technology needs to improve but this could be a glimpse at the future of policing. for "today," joe fryer nbc news. >> interesting, a lot of people are talking about accountability and transparency in light of
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what could go wrong? >> a fun one. prince is social media gold. all the guy has to do isn awards show, a viral is born. he remarks play looks the same. when he played for his team in minneapolis. on this throwpack thursday we gathered celebrity flashbacks. want to do a quiz. start with an easy one. this young golfer here? jimmy fallon back in the day. >> the same. >> here is another one. who is this soon-to-be huge superstar, number three? no? really? >> practiced pitt? >> there you go. >> not just calling everybody out. we have a few of our up. how about this one here? you know this young -- future -- you know -- >> is that number 9 or 8? >> name that hole matt. >> most famous par 3s in all of golf.
16 cypress point. >> 16 cypress. >> who is that? >> hate that picture. >> what is going on here? is this from the band or -- >> yes, one time when i was in band camp. >> thank you. >> love the pugs bunny gloves. fun throwback photos here. look at that. savannah so "sixteen candles." >> look at my corsage, a conniffer, a whole tree. >> carson you look like a sitcom star oh, that carson. >> your hair is the same. >> it is. >> pompathat is enough of me. unexpected to beauty that might make you look younger. >> revealing conversation with vince vaughn. what he says most people don't know about acting in a comedy. but first, your local news and at
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good morning everyone. 7:56. i'm scott mcgrew. one list stanford university didn't want to make. added to those under federal investigation for the handling of sexual assault cases. student who claims she was assaulted last year by another student filed a complaint against stanford that led to the school being listed. we should note the student accused of the crime was never prosecuted. call it a new leash on life for a litter of puppies found dumped in a pleasant hill park. the dogs are now up for adoption. right now east bay animal rescue is screening applicants to take home three terrier pups. in january a dog walker discovered them inside a bag, left in a park trash can. police are still looking for the person who abandoned those animals. let's check in with an animal lover this morning, christina. zblif a zblif >> i've got three dogs, how
about you, scott? >> two. >> temperatures are really nice to walk the dogs out there. 70 degrees later on in the city, 72 in the tri valley and 73 degrees right here in san jose. warming up even more so getting into your all-important weekend. temperatures approach the mid-70s and we'll stay nice and warm to kick off next week before rain moves in looks like three ofour days of rain as we get into the following week. enjo i this while it lasts. let's check the drive with mike. >> second morning in a row north 85 around blot some hill slowing approaching an earlier crash off the 10 is split. northbound route starting to see the typical pattern as the crash cleared and heavier volume through san jose moving up towards silicon valley. over here southbound along 880 and the nimitz freeway, we have hayward down to fremont, typical jam up northbound earlier crash at industrial has things tied up there. moving now the commute to the peninsula via the san mateo and dumbarton bridges. back to you. >> all right, mike thanks. more local news in half an hour.
it's 8:00. coming up would you go without makeup two days a week in the unexpected new way to look years younger. >> then vince vaughn's unfinished business. matt sits down with him about comedy- >> if the government would require to you have a fetish, what would it be? >> getting along with attractive girls, that's a nice fetish. >> and look out and lock up. why this family learned a valuable lesson while on safari.
out of control, spring break. >> happy 21st birthday, lauren. >> go state! ♪ >> morning, south carolina. >> texas state university, beat them up, cats. >> we are from shanghai, china. >> all right it is 8:00 on "today," thursday, march 5, 2015. it is snowing like a banshee out here. don't worry, i edited it myself. really snowy out here. >> want to say hi? >> hi. >> i don't know if -- >> good reason to skip school. good song. earth, wind and fire, thursday's snowy morning.
people wondering will this be the last gasp of winter. will this storm put the city of boston over the record for snowfall on a single season? we got dylan up in boston this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. it was snowing a little earlier today, but i don't think we are going to get the two inches we need to break the all-time record. all that work, all the misery the people of boston have been through and all i've wanted to do is find a reason to break out my giant shovel. you know, the one that's 107.6 inches tall? it's a little clumsy but it does represent the record we are trying to beat. this is how much snow the city of boston has had to shovel, about two inches less than what i'm holding right here. most of it fell in just a four-week period, from the last week of january through
valentine's day, february was the snowiest winter on record, also the second coldest february on record. but yesterday, we hit 40 degrees for the first time in 44 days. despite that, people are saying, let it snow. let's do this. let's break the record and make this all worthwhile. i spoke to the national weather service yesterday, they said the game is not over, on march 20th, first day of spring, boston gets snowstorms in april and may. plenty of time to break that record. and i think plenty of time to use this shovel. guys? >> come on, boston, they can do it. they can break the record. rooting for you. >> do it just for the t-shirt. >> after all they have been through, they got to set the record. >> go inside, get a check of the headlines? >> natalie is at her desk. good morning. >> good morning to you guys once again. the u.s. ambassador to south korea is recovering this morning after a shocking attack. mark lippert needed 80 stitches after he was attacked with a knife by a man wielding -- a man demanding a unified north and south korea. after surgery, the ambassador
said he is doing well and is in great spirits. police say the attacker is in custody. an emotional homecoming during the night for an oregon woman detained for six months in asia. portland veterinarian stacy addison had been held in east timor after she got into a taxi with an unknown man carrying drugs. both were arrested and it took diplomatic intervention to get her released. she says it's really good to be back home. there's new hope for women with breast cancer who are concerned about the affects of chemotherapy on their fertility. a study just published in "the new england journal of medicine" finds a cancer drug could actually help preserve fertility during treatment. dr. natalie aczar is an nbc news contributor. dr. nat, good morning. >> good morning, natalie. >> the drug is zoladex. how does it work in this case? >> basically, zoladex suppresses the production of the sex hormones, testosterone and estrogen. what that means to the ovaries, puts that in a dormant state,
resting during the duration of the chemotherapy, not touched by the toxic chemotherapy drugs and when the chemo is stopped, the drug has stopped, fertility is, therefore, preserved. >> what the studies show with fertility rates and pregnancy? >> the main outcome measure was this thing called ovarian failure, essentially an early menopause and they found that the treatment group, the whip who got zoladex, 8% of them were rendered infertile, as opposed to 22% in the control group. a flip side number to that is the number of successful pregnancies was 21% in the treatment group as opposed to 11% in the control group. both of those findings were statistically significant. this is wonderful for the women out there, premenopausal women candidates for getting this medicine, patients who are what we call hormone receptor negative, may have a chance to preserve fertility in a way not as invasive or expensive as traditional methods. >> great news. thanks, dr. aczar.
new york city will become the first major city in the u.s. to close schools for two major muslim holidays. mayor bill de blasio says city schools will close for eid al-adha in september and eid al-fitr in 2016. he calls it a matter of fairness and says muslim families will no long ver to choose between observing the holidays and sending their kids to school. amtrak may be going to the dogs and cats. on wednesday, a four-year funding bill was passed that would allow pets to ride along, a provision added by a california congressman who years ago couldn't bring his french bulldog on board. 8:06 now. another check of the weather from al. thanks so much, natalie, kids here from fort wayne, indiana. what was that chant that you did? >> dynamite, don't mess with dynamite. don't mess with dynamite.
>> don't mess with dynamite. i like it. good advice what they teach you there in fort worth. >> boom. >> boom. check your weather, dynamite. this storm system stretching from texas into new england. look at washington, d.c. lots of snow. we have got over 2500 flight cancellations right now. winter weather advisories, jackson, mississippi, you can see a quarter of an inch of ice later this morning, new york city winter storm warnings, looking for four to seven inches of snow, go on under the evening hours, continue the snow, washington, d.c., philadelphia, probably pick up five to eight inches as well. major airport delays, snowfall amounts anywhere from six to nine inches, boston, unfortunately, probably not going to get that two inches we are hoping for and looking at ice accumulations down to the southeast into the gulf coast, upwards of half an inch of ice and that's not good news. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your
8:07. good morning. i'm christina loren. temperatures in the 50s to start. we have isolated 40s out in the inland valley spots. 43 in livermore. 43 in san martin and 43 in santa rosa. we climb into the 50s even in the silicon valley. widespread 70s later on today. looking really warm for the weekend with temperatures in the mid 70s. upper 70s on the way. to the north bay, wine country looks fantastic on sunday. then everything changes as we head to next week. >> fellow new york city sanitation workeg to be busy today. coming up on trending thinking about going on a safari we have video that might have you reconsidering. it is scary, as you know what. the always entertaining vince vaughn talking about his new movie and the television series "true detective." savannah guess who i have here the
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good time on a snowy morning what is trending today. >> the safari surprise one family will never forget. here is what happened. they spotted a pride of lions at a park in south africa. >> here we go. >> then one lioness gets a little too close for comfort. >> snack time. >> lock the door. >> oh, my gosh, didn't know they could do that. >> say that again! >> oh, my gosh, lock the door. she used her teeth to open the door. >> unbelievable. >> family quickly slammed that door shot and locked it. footage shot last year but going viral. >> if that happened to me, there wouldn't be one piece of audio you could use on a show like this. not even close. primetime. did your company make the cut? this morning, revealing "fortune" magazine's list of the best companies to work for. number one, for the sixth time in eight years, yeah, google. the company applauded for its generous policies toward new parents but not the only one with cool perks. >> some of these firms have very interesting perks. top performers at a staffing firm called tech systems get a free trip to cancun. >> nice. >> this surprised me.
you work for marriott for at least 25 years, you get free hotel stays for life. even after you leave the company. >> wow. >> amazing. >> here's one i really like. an investment firm, baird, strict rule, no jerks allowed. two dozen people fired for breaking it. >> how do you define it? >> not jerk. >> how do you explain that on your next job? >> turns out i violated policy. yeah. >> today.com, the ten best companies for men and for women. >> comcast, great company to work for. perks. >> honorable mention. >> free trip to cancun. >> you want to work at facebook, mark zuckerberg just revealed his one rule for new hires. what he had to say at a conference in barcelona. "i will only hire someone to work directly for me if i would work for that person."
that's really good standard to have. zuckerberg calling it a pretty good test. what do you think? >> definitely. never thought about it, but a good way to filter out who wouldn't want to be working around. >> no question. >> matt, you have a real deal hollywood feud on your hands. >> yes, i do. >> i got to say right now, ellen, 2, you, 0. >> okay. >> okay. let's just review the bidding here. pranking matt using that "fifty shades of grey" regalia that he's wearing right there, gave him a personalized portrait, photoshopping him into a segment. matt yesterday on her show, ellen upped the ante. she takes issue with your decorating choices. i was really surprised to see what he had in his dressing room, i really was. >> up in my dressing room. there we go. do the show 18 years, the things you collect. >> trending today. >> he claimed he is going to try to get back at me. you can't beat me at this game, lauer. oh! >> oh! >> it's on. >> i have now dedicated half of our staff to working on this prank.
i'm also accepting applications for prank producers and if you have ideas for a prank for ellen, tweet me. i will be checking that out all day today. >> wow. >> i'm gonna look at my twitter account. usually, that's off limits. ellen, we will get back to you. that's what's trending today >> you have poked the bear. >> exactly. everybody wants to look younger, right? but if you think that means having to wear makeup 24/7, think again. the so-called five days on, two days off skin detox might just be the key. ♪ you don't have to try ♪ >> it is one of the hottest trends in beauty right now, even celebrities are getting in on it, daring to go bare, flooding instagram with pictures of themselves, makeup free. >> designer mark jacobs is making waves for what his models did not wear on the runway. >> front and center on runways during fashion week, even we've tried it. >> this is us.
>> some dermatologists out of the uk is suggesting this movement could actually be good for your skin. >> fresh face. >> and that going au naturale twice a week can give you better-looking skin in under a month. based on the popular the 5:2 fast diet which says eat normally for five days and fast for two, these london-based skin doctors are using the same principle but applying it to makeup. five days with two without. the results, better, healthier looking skin. the big question remains, would you go makeup free if it would give you younger looking skin? in a today.com survey, 90% of women said they would. dr. debra wattenberg, a dermatologist in new york city ladies from the plaza introduce you to in a moment. would this work, make your skin look better? >> taking a skin holiday, makeup holiday, skin detox in order to get rid of the issues occur with makeup is a great idea.
>> the benefits are clear and brighter complexion. what else? >> you can decrease your acne. decrease breakouts. you can also see your skin starts to regenerate itself and collagen starts to rebuild. as a result, your skin will look better. by eliminating all these chemicals, eliminating the inflammation and irritation caused by the products. >> makeup-free is not the same as skin care-free, keep up with your moisturizer and stuff like this? >> exactly. i would never recommend going skin care-free. the goal of doing a makeup detox is to allow the skin care product to us improve your skin. you want to continue with cleansers and toners, continue with your acne medications. use your anti-agers and be sure to apply your moisturizers, your eye creams, your lip balms and sunscreen. >> introduce you to our ladies grabbed off the plaza, laura, just celebrated her 50th birthday. >> happy birthday. i say laura because we have laura and april here. and katherine on the end. you took off your makeup. you guys ready to do this?
>> working on it. a little scary? >> yes. >> it is, yes. >> it is scary. >> katherine, you are in your 20s, that can't be too bad. what are you worried about going makeup free? >> i have a lot of redness and blemishes i like to cover up pretty much every day. >> i think that your blemishes will improve, as all right redness shall the inflammation and irritation from all the chemicals and the bacteria found in your makeup will be gone. >> you guys, gonna do two days, would you go to work with no makeup, on the weekends? how is it going to work? >> weekends would be better. >> mine are definitely saturday and sunday. >> all right. we will check back in with you to see results. by the way, want folks at home to try this five days on two days off, share your before and after photos, use the hashtag, orange room on twitter and we will try it out. dr. debra wattenberg, thank you so much. >> thank you. thanks very much. one of the funniest men in hollywood, his hands and feet
memorialized on tuesday. his new movie opens tomorrow and we caught up with him to talk about the movie and much more. >> i'm not crying, just poison in my eyes. >> "unfinished business" stars vaughan as leader of a motley crew traveling to germany in hopes of landing a big deal. >> i get the sense you are truly excited about this film. the reason i bring that up is because i have interviewed you in the past about movies and sometimes i got the feeling you were out there being a good soldier but didn't feel as strongly about the product. is that fair? >> i think that's fair. what i like about this is, you know, rated r, so it's adult, the subject matter, starting with, you know, "swingers," "old school" and "wedding crashers" you were dealing with adult things and allowing yourself to have the language to complement that. we are doing that here. >> those pants so tight, do you have a crease? >> no crease. >> slit? >> no slit. >> space? >> no space. >> there is space. it is alarming.
>> they are particular, unique individuals with their own particular point of view and so that brings a lot of the comic stuff to the movie. >> one of the film's most memorable set pieces happens when the guys find themselves a at fetish convention. >> you had to choose one fetish, if the government required you to have a fetish, what would it be? >> my fetish would be, let's see, well now that i'm married, i don't know, but if i was single, i think attractive girls is a good fetish. getting along with attractive girls a nice fetish. >> attractive girls is not a fetish. >> fooling around with attractive girls. i wouldn't say i'm a foot driven person. is that a fetish you think you have? >> i don't know why the first one that came out of my mind. no. no. i don't >> this is a comfortable place. >> more of a suggestion for you than you to turn it back on me. >> could see how someone could enjoy it >> i talked about the characters, you played against some similarities and i think you are so natural at playing a
certain kind of character that i wonder if sometimes your fans don't realize the work you put into it, they think vince is going up there and just hanging out in front of a camera. >> right. yeah. i think that you're right. some of it is some taste. i like to look like you're not acting, for it to come off naturalistic. if the movie is not calling, real heavy into comedy, you can sink it a tone to it. i think sometimes about doing range, what part of the exciting thing for me, a chance to do "true detective," allowing me to sort of bring a different range and different set of tools to the table. but as far as the work that goes in, it is always the same. i take my work very seriously, always a big process so when you get there, it looks like you're not acting. >> vaughan's currently filming season two of hbo's dark crime drama "true detective." this show gained a huge following in its first season, with different actors. why did you like this? why did you want to be part of this? >> its content, its material. so, you know the creator, is a
phenomenal writer. and i thought that the first season was just incredible dialogue and story and turns and kind of a rich subculture to kind of get into. and, you know, for me, it's a chance to go and play a very unique character, something that's dramatic and be a part of something that i think is really exceptional. >> movie's funny, "unfinished business" opens tomorrow in theaters. >> love vince vaughn. >> your guy. saying the "swinger" era of vince vaughn is your ultimate man. >> he is. he was. seriously. >> i like the "dodgeball" vince vaughn. >> of course you do. speaking of new comedies that are out tomorrow, the tina fey creation "unbreakable kimmy schmidt" hitting netflix about four women getting reacquainted with the world after 15 years in a cult. and guess who has a still star turn. take a look. >> thousands of dollars to the mole women fund. and we are so grateful, but honestly, we don't love that
name. >> so, what happens next? what do you do now? >> we just go back to durnsville, get my braces off. >> happy mates. >> i go with you now, i'm married to you? >> no, no gretchen. no >> kimmy, what about you? kimmy? okay. when we come back, fall salad mistakes, plus, one of the mole women gets an ambush makeover. >> premise is great, but it is tina fey. what do you think? anyway, elie kemper is going to be here on the show tomorrow to talk about that >> all right. good job. i really believed you in the role of matt lauer. >> my motivation. exactly. just ahead this morning, the stars behind the symbol we have been showing you, catch up with "dig's" ann heche and jason isaacs. and carson? >> here with three recipes that nobody should live without. the main ingredient is all chocolate, even zucchini in this
a very good morning to you. it's 8:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. happening today, doctors in the bay area will begin what they're calling the largest kidney donation chain on the west coast. they'll perform a rare six-way swap in san francisco. it involves 12 people from the bay area and the central valley. doctors will match working kidneys from six healthy people with six patients who need kidneys. the donors' kidneys will go to strangers who relatives will then give their own kidneys to recipients who match. imagine planning all that. >> want to check the morning commute with mike. >> you saw, kind of less than finding the kidney transplant, but we have folks planning their
commute and a lot coming to the golden gate bridge at the same time. no big problems. in the north bay, approaching the city the majority of slowing through san rafael. the east shore condensing toward golden gate field, and a smoother drive off the walnut creek field. oakland, typical pattern here. now moving all the traffic from the east bay to the peninsula. san mateo seeing traffic kick in, and northbound routes through san jose and 101. >> looks good. another local news update at about 8:55. have a great day.
back now 8:30 an thursday morning, march 5, 2015. it is getting downright nasty down here, a wet snow falling in new york and much of the east coast. and the question a lot of people have will this be the last time we have to deal with this mess till next winter? >> keep you up to day the blizzard of 1888 happened in midmarch. thank you for that. >> thanks for the update. good-bye al. >> another good question we have
around here is evan lysacek going to be able to skate out on that rink? they are cheaping it now he is planning a performance. oh my goodness he is a great champion and aybar represently, a good sport, too. he is getting ready. ahead a day like today, perfect for hot chocolate, right? but other ways to use cocoa in the kitchen. we will sample three tasty ideas. a lot of us up there in a few minutes. had you hunting for the dig symbol all week long. we will catch up with the stars of the intensity thriller jason isaacson and ann heche. al what is up with the storms? >> it is snowing. check out and see what the rest of the day is right, a good portion of the country and into the weekend. record lows in the northeast, sunshine out west 62 in seattle tomorrow. look ahead toward saturday on your weekend. and look the map is pretty quiet. and we like that. some snow in northern minnesota. plenty of sunshine out west. sunny here in the northeast, a few lake effect snow showers. sunday sunday, little pit of a storm making its way through the lower mississippi river valley central california.
make that central florida, plenty of sunshine in the pacific i'm christina loren. looking good to hit the 70s for today. right now, still chilly enough for a light jacket or sweater. as we get into this afternoon, 73 on the way to the north bay. 70 in san francisco, and 72 degrees in the tri-valley. temperatures are going to be really comfortable for the next few days. and then we do have rain on the way. so enjoy the mid 70s saturday into sunday looking good for that. and yeah most of the bay area in the 70s all weekend long. upper 70s in the north bay. >> that is your latest weather. mr. lawer? thank you very much. now our special seri medical mysteries are. this morning, a young boy in florida went from a healthy child into a wheelchair and doctors could not figure out exactly why. nbc national correspondent, kate snow back again with another
remarkable story, hi kate. >> good morning. matt look at possible i now, never know what he has been through, a wonderful 13-year-old boy, ready to go back to school when he is well enough but getting here took years. >> bobby was a happy and healthy child. he was in the gifted program at school. and he played many sports. >> reporter: but at 9 years old, bobby started having stomach pain that grew worse and worse. >> a would eat, woe get these what is sive pains, double over and start crying. >> reporter: carrie and tom started eliminating foods from his diet to see if he would feel better. >> eventually ended up only eating blue berries and chicken, it was pretty drastic. >> rep bobby needed a feeding tube and that wasn't all. he had headaches, tremors. he was unable to control his body temperature. >> reporter: doctors figured out bobby had a system affecting systems in his body that should
be automatic, temperature regulation blood pressure digestion. >> really horrendous pain and i couldn't hold my head up more than ten minutes at a time. >> bobby's health deteriorated he was in a wheelchair and losing his vision. >> we bent from doctor to doctor trying to find answers. >> everyone really helped -- helped out. it took a toll on everybody. >> reporter: then another diagnosis, doctors said bobby had a disorder affecting the strength of his ligaments but even that didn't seem to explain all of his problems. from her home in florida, carrie started doing her own research online. >> and i talked to all different moms that had children with similar problems and learned from them and i started putting the pieces of the puzzle together. >> the whole time we are looking at some black pain never imagining that the problem could be another part of his body his brain. >> reporter: the internet led carrie to dr. harold with cohen children's medical center, hundreds of miles away in new
york. she sent him scans of her son's skull and spine. so when you see bobby's scans, do you know immediately what's going on? >> yes. we see that the brain is distorted. i knew that he could be helped by surgery. i knew that the chronic pain that he was in could be helped that we could change his life. >> reporter: bobby's ligament condition was affecting his brain. >> the ligaments holding the head on to the spine are too loose. that allowed the bone to be pushed backward into the brain and caused the pain and some of the neurologic problems he was having. >> reporter: in december bobby went to new york for a surgery the doctor invented. during the six-hour procedure, he realigned bobby's skull with his spine and then screwed it in place. >> when you look at the boss on you see that there is noing an lation. there's no distortion of the brain. >> the pipe is looks straight. >> completely straight. >> reporter: they expected bobby's pain to go away but even the doctor didn't expect what
happened next his stomach trouble, light headedness all those things controlled by the autonomic nervous system they got better too. >> all of a sudden he just started getting better and walking around. >> it felt up real. i couldn't believe it. >> to me it's a miracle. it really is a miracle. >> doctors can't say for certain why his gastrointestinal and other nervous systems got better but may be because the spine was impacting his brain stem which, of course controls all those bucss. the doctor wants to be clear they need more research on this but i think the thing that's so compelling about this story, guys is that his mother did all this research and would not take no for an answer until she found someone and that's ultimately what led to his recovery. just like yesterday, takes one trained eye to look at something and say, wait a minute no. >> has to do with your ligaments and your brain. who would have known? >> a mom would couldn't give up.
we are back 8:39. ann heche and jason eye sacks star in "dig" premiering on usa tonight, their characters are part of the fbi jerusalem operation and they are on the hunt for wanted criminals. >> yousef is in the building. >> what? >> i followed him here. inch the consulate. >> he must be? >> he must be? you are either sure or no is. a wanted killer in the united states just walked into the consulate. i know what it sounds like. >> sounds insane. >> good morning to both of you, the "dig" symbol showing it all
week. >> thank you so much for doing it. >> scene in a corridor we are in mountains, tunnels, all over jerusalem, pos plight most boring set. dressed, killed burning. >> there is a lot that is exciting here. we will go back and find a different clip. >> on breakfast tv. >> that is the thing. you have described it as kind of the fbi meets indiana jones, which i by the even though da vinci code in there. >> for sure. da vinci code meets -- >> home land. the simpsons. not the simple as soon as. a whole bump of good stuff. comes from the guy who created "heroes" and "home land" set in a place cameras never been before modern day jerusalem. >> so we can get a picture of the dynamic here you play jason's boss? >> i do yes. >> but how shall i put this delicately you work some nights together. >> there is a physical relationship. obviously, never happened in any other workplace. certainly not on the today show >> absolutely no.
>> one of the great things about this a big epic adventure story but at the heart of it very real people with some very real personal dilemmas as well because it becomes complicated, as you can imagine. >> the th i guess, distinct sets or places that we see in this series jerusalem was one of them you start filming there, then all the unrest there and you had to pick up and move and find something that was jerusalem-like. so you ended up in croatia. >> we did. anne loves crow way shachl spokesperson for croatian tourist board. >> i want to go back a million times. seep a lot of croatia. >> very lucky rome conquered the world. jerusalem, a hist to have cal place, conquest and blood like no place on earth, not that easy to film n they are not used to film crews n croatia we could control the environment and bring better pictures to the screen. >> you just finished shooting last week? >> i think i finished three days before you or like -- but it was last week we just got back.
>> naked, running around caves, getting blown up. >> i didn't get to see that part. >> more about that. >> i'm just chugging motrin every morning, frankly so badly injured so thrilled to be sitting on a chair and not running away from people trying to kill me. >> you kind of get peat up in. this. >> i do you trying to save the world. just another day at the office. >> comes with the job. you know what i mean? >> did you take your clothes off in every scene? >> well only when the script required t and then in between, obviously, bit of fresh air. he is an artisan. give for his art. >> fully clothed the entire shoot, let's be honest. >> i leave that up to the younger girls now. and you had some scenes with the younger girls, too. >> meanwhile -- >> now you have really convinced we are not showing the best clips here. >> no, there's a lot more to see. very sophisticated conspiracy thriller but some interesting grownup characters i think it is fair to say. people better check it out, premieres tonight, ann heche, jason isaacs looking forward to it 10/9 central.
we will be live doing -- >> live tweeting? >> i don't know why, people should be watching the show. >> watch and tweet, a whole thing a thing. by the way tomorrow going to reveal the winner of our dig sweepstakes been doing, a trip of a live time to a wonder of the world. >> wow. coming up next three tasty uses for cocoa to add some sweet flavor to your recipes. first this is "today" on
back now, 8:45. something new in the kitchen, three things to do with we are picking different ingredients and teaching new ways to use them. first up cocoa. the author of the new book "let them eat cake" is here. nice to see you. welcome back. thanks for having me. >> we go through a lot of cocoa in my house, hot chot l.a. different kinds. go through the basics. >> what you usually find in your grocery store is natural cocoa,
the rust-colored one. what i by merely use is called dutched cocoa, it was made by a guy who was dutch. they take the acid out, makes it rounder, smoother and obviously makes it darker. you see all these baked goods, dark and rich and have the wonderful round cocoa flavor. >> going to show three recipes, you can do all of these grew then free or vegan. >> or healthier. or all the we will bells and whistles, the but the the flower. >> what is the big winewski? >> chocolatey fudgy, fab you louse cook yescookie. you will whisk together the flour, put in the cocoa, whisk it 30 seconds. it distrouble is he putting the levining the baking powder and i'm going to whisk these eggs until they are ribbon stage and into the eggs i'm adding espresso powder and the vanilla. espresso powder doesn't add a chocolate flavor i'm going to make it do something else. it makes the cocoa more cocoay.
make it is more chocolatey. you are going to put the flour into the chocolate and use your muscle and just mix it together. you don't have to be gentle. use a spoon. don't be gentle. use your muscle it gets really thick, right? >> gets really all over you, too. oh my goodness. this is not good. i'm a professional. there you go. beautiful. >> let's pretend i did that better. that goes into there. >> then we add the eggs and slowly bold them in in batches. if you add it in all at once it is hard to incorporate. if you add it like a third at a time it incorporates very easily. a disaster here. >> disaster. i really think you should watch, not participate. go eat. >> move on before you insult me more. ends up looking like this. >> if i do it yes. so what we do we take a hot and a wet scooper and you keep it hot and wet so that -- sounds so dirty, so that you easily get it out of the scooper.
so you just scoop it onto the pan and then what i also do is i get my hands a little moist, everybody's favorite word and i smush it down so that ben it bakes, they don't spread easily you got to smush it. >> what it looks like when it is done? >> yeah. . healthy here, a zucchini chocolate proceed. >> yes. >> really healthy or just a joke? >> it is really healthy if you add extra sugar not going to be healthy. it is really healthy. the cocoa is so healthy. i use black cocoa, obvious reasons, black, so dark so luscious. i made it into cupcakes, gluten free, one of tho cakes adaptable, make it vegan, healthier and then for parties, kids will never know there's zucchini in it >> what kind of icing is that? >> cream cheese icing. >> so not healthy. pretend we did that i want to show the whoopee pies okay? >> so great. obviously, chocolatey
wonderful, cream cheese icing, everyone is happy. >> talk about the different flowery accomplish. >> zahnment that gum you have to add to any dpruten-free recipe binding his, coconut flour, incredibly healthy, gluten free rice flour, gluten free healthy. balm sugar, organic, minerals, lower glycemic index, want to be healthier. >> be creative, check out different ingredient and make recipes that can thrill your kids but help them out. >> check out the book because it's all in there. >> let them eat cake. thank you very much. nice to see you, for all those recipes, including the gluten free and vegan alternatives go to today.com. up next what a trooper. how about this. evan lysacek live on a very snow inny rink down in rockefelr center. he will perform, but first, this rockefeller center. he will perforcenter.
and evan lysacek is one of the most decorated u.s. figure skaters of all time 11 major titles including an olympic gold medal and right now, he canning seen in stars on ice and evan is here this morning. good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. >> are you really gonna do this gonna skate out here while
snowing? i'm so impressed. >> i'm pretty used to the cold maybe not the elms but the cold. >> no crazy death-defying tricks? >> no death-defying tricks i'm getting back into skating, joining the cast of "stars on ice" for the tour. >> i love "stars on ice." you saw it when you were 10 years old? is that what got you into it? >> bun of my first introductions into skating, the tour in the united states among many skating shows, the most history and some classicism. this year's show is elevated. i hope people come out and watch the great champions from sochi and from the past vancouver, myself we take to the ice. >> very exciting. you just moved to new york among other things, working in real estate. how is that going? >> i have been working for charter commercial realty and development, i like it a lot, learning very much, very fortunate to have the opportunity and getting used to new york. some days are harder that others. >> i'm going to let you skate. let get out of the way and evan
that gets stuck in your head, doesn't it? >> wouldt if he was from indiana? then hosier the hoosier. >> the gang from the next hour here what will you be talking about? >> clever and creative kitchen short cults, kitchen hacks. food hacks. also dan buck ka tin ski, everyone. 8 clx 56. apple in ocs with hbo to bring its streaming service to hd tv. that would coincide with the season premier with the "game of thrones." it would cost $15 a month and you would not require a pay tv or cable subskrpgz.
this morning on "today's take," patricia arquette on why she won't conform to hollywood's idea of perfection. then if you've never seen a lion open a car door today is your lucky day. hugh jackman goes sci-fi when we jump start your weekend. all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news this is "today's take" with al roker, battle thatly morales, willie geist and tamron hall live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to today on a -- i'm not gonna use miserable, it is always a great day, but not pretty outside. it is thursday morning, march 5, 2015. i'm willie geist along with al roker, natalie morales and tam
ran hall. a lot of bad weather throughout the country today. >> giggling going on by our weather wall. >> visitors this morning. >> really excited to be here. >> and meet willie geist. >> oh no. come on over. come on. >>. >> oh my gosh. >> what does the sign say? drenched in rain? >> yes. >> come on ladies, bring it in for the good stuff. >> oh, my gosh hi. >> glad we got you warm. what does the sign say? >> i remember one thing says kiss willie geist on the cheek. >> all right. >> at the same time. >> okay. >> it happened. why don't you stay inside too cold and rainy. >> did you cuddle with wrangler? >> didn't culled well wrangler. >> this way. willie take them to see wrangler. >> take your coat off. you just made their life willie. >> where's wrangler? wrangler still here? here wither gonna cuddle with wrangler for a sec, guys. >> have you met saxon, ladies? >> no. >> this is saxon.
here is the big guy right here. sax, okay if they cuddle with wrangler? you guys cuddle we will come back and check on you in a minute. nice to meet you, ladies. >> nice to meet you. >> willie makes dreams happen. that's how you do it. a kiss a warm place to hide from the snow. you are -- >> get them some cocoa. >> my gosh. >> a puppy dog. whatever they -- >> whatever they want. next cars. >> ladies on the plaza, going to have the same demands. >> i doubt that. >> prepared for the onslaught. >> lipstick on the side? >> do you? >> that's from wrangler. >> from wrangler. >>ky just -- the -- this piece of video, the lion thing, let's start with yesterday, the buffalo. we showed you ramming the suv yellowstone, right? filming, a beautiful moment in nature until -- >> the head butt. >> pam! merely 24 hours later, we have outdone this okay? this is at a game park in south africa. >> this happened a year ago. >> happened a year ago. now coming up and posted online.
a lion looking to hitch a ride with a family. they think they are watching from the safety of their vehicle, always important, lock the doors. >> lock the doors. >> catch those two. >> okay dad, he is coming to the car, you're gonna have to -- she. [ screaming ] >> lock the door. >> oh my gosh. i didn't know they could do that. >> it locked? >> yes. >> are you sure? >> i hope so. >> oh my gosh. >> did you lock them dad? hfrm i did. >> that was good. >> oh my god. >> yes, they can do that as it turns out. i have to tell you, when i first watched that chills raced up my spine. >> didn't see, it was a diversion, other lion got in the driver's seat and stole the car. >> drove off.
>> worked good. not their first rodeo. >> found the car two miles awake wallets had been ransacked. >> unbelievable. how did they learn to do that? crazy? >> a freak moment right? >> biting the handle of the car. >> bite the handle that feeds you. crazy. >> watch these cars coming in for years. >> think they have been watching bell opening up -- >> taking notes. >> i don't have fingers, but i can make this work. >> yeah. >> that's incredible. >> unbelievable. >> like a gary larson cartoon. >> was the lion surprised it worked? >> yeah. >> like oh. >> yeah that it worked. >> see whales we can do. >> lock the doors. >> pop the link see what we can get. >> a goosebumps moment. all right, another topic out there, patricia arquette come on the show before of course she won an oscar for fantastic performance in "boyhood." interviewed by people mag zmeep this we can and talked about her natural smile. she says when she was in the ninth grade, a boy voted her
best looking in class and then he suggested, to get in play poi magazine, she would need to straight.her teeth. >> what's wrong with her teeth? >> not these perfect teeth. >> gorgeous. >> she said she didn't want to look perfect and change herself to be attractive. told her parent she is didn't want to straight.her teeth because it didn't feel like she would fit in who she was inside. it is amazing, a, she was that in tune to herself. and sparing herself i wore brace is he is for seven years. >> did you really? >> it was years. >> a long time. >> i had the most enormous overbite ever. >> it worked. >> ninth grade, would you have told me that? >> no saying you got good teeth. >> i had terrible buckteeth. >> i did, too. >> i had, yeah showed a picture earlier, me playing the flute, my band picture. bad buckteeth. you i just had a retainer for six months and it was fine. >> in addition to the braces for my entire life i had my jaw
broken. >> oh. >> i have two wires in my jaw to realign because i wouldn't wear the rubber bands so the doctors convinced my dad i was such a bad patient, a bad dentist patient, six weeks, how about that wired shut you love that wouldn't you, twitter? i still have wires. i have to show you my x-rays one day i have wires on the side that are still there. >> at the airport? >> no but i can't can -- my stupid human trick, i can do this pop thing, won't do it it is gross. >> you can pop your jaw. see i had brace and had the rubber bands. which -- >> you did? >> great, could you shoot people from the side. braces -- braces were not the worst thing in the world. no. after lunch, you get three, two periods later, go back up in there, find something. >> snack. >> you know. peanut. oh. chunky peanut butter. oh. that's good. >> now there's a kid on their
way to get their braces watching this time okay mom. >> braces are much better nowadays. >> invisilin echltgn. >> remember we had the conversation with jewel, that one tooth. why would i get it 2006ed? >> you think what becomes characteristic of -- for example, barb practice streisand, she talks about not getting her nose done. exactly. >> she actually had a perfect a-line she had it lengthened. true. perfect a-line nose. anyway hey -- >> not going there. >> "seinfeld" reunion -- we love seinfeld. jerry, george and cramer back together. they reunited, jerry's wife, jessica's, charity convenient, fatherhood lunch to benefit that
provides services to people in need pay i gear. michael richards fabulous jason alexander and jerry seinfeld. >> you mentioned baby, can i take us off the road a quick second? you put pay i foot, the concoction on last night. >> you did it? >> molt in four days? >> yes. >> natalie went i don't line like so many of you tweeted us and got the baby -- we don't get a cut from. this you started last night, i'm on my fifth day. i'm gonna show i think that kathie lee owes me something for this. it is outrageous. >> a little something on the side here. >> you got -- >> i wasn't sure what you were talking about. >> this is a good side. can we come closer? that's my skin coming off, that's actual skin. wait. >> oh that's not nice. >> this is awful. why are women -- women clamoring for this? >> because in five days you're
gonna say, oh my gosh like new skin on my feet. gonna love it. >> here is the deal. i get a pedicure pretty regularly, i don't know where this skip has come from and this is so -- you are married. i'm not. >> wear boots. the good thing, boot season. >> you know what that looks like remember when you used to put elmer's glue create a second skin and then peel it off? >> i have had to change my bed sheets every night, flakes of skin all over -- that's not hospital. >> really gross. be great, come home there's another tamron. >> my dna all over new york. and now she is doing it so you guys have me -- i will be clean and your molting starts. >> all for a dad cause. >> a charity? >> it is. >> i have runner's feet so for me, a good cause.
>> close. >> off natalie's suggestion we should auction off one of the sheets of your skin. you can have a piece of tamron's foot. >> so nasty. here's a piece. right here. >> make a wish. >> make a wish. >> a little scrap on the table. >> that's just beyond. >> okay. okay. >> anybody eating breakfast, we apologize. >> spelling test for all of you guys. spelling test al. >> how do you spell throb? >> is that hyphenated? >> no you in three days. >> ragged.com. they came out with a list of 29 words that are surprisingly misspelled all the time. surprising stuff. all right? this one for you al, wintery. there's no e. try, no e.
>> you said wintery. >> purposely set it up for you. no wintery weather. doughnut? >> not like dunkin' donuts. >> not like homer simpson. >> happened -- handkerchief. >> there's a hand in there. >> oh look. >> chief. chief. >> two brilliant people. >> what's good in that? >> there was more. i can't spell. i'm flaking. >> in fact there's so much skin there looks like outside our window right now. >> snowing. this is a winter -- >> a wintery mix.
>> looking at snow and ice and rain i-95 times square a mess we are going to continue with this snow winter storm warnings watches, advisories from texas all the way into new england. the pig headline boston not gonna see, two inches although this storm has opinion overproducing, we will see. jackson, mississippi, winter weather advisories. as we move through the afternoon, going to see new york city, one to two inches of rain -- of snow per hour could pick up seven inches. we above into this evening from d.c. philly new york city airport delays, five to eight inches and then really cold air coming in behind this. again, boston looks like you're going to be shy of the bigger snowfall amounts, delmarva peninsula, six to nine inches another problem, ice from roanoke to alexandra, louisiana a quarter an inch to half an inch of ice in some spots, dangerous, power outables bad roads and airport delays galore.
already up to 3,000 f good morning to you. the time is 9:12. i'm christina loren. this is the clear sky over san francisco. the clear sky extends to half moon bay, and it's nice and clear just about everywhere. a little haze around the east shore, but temperatures are going to be really nice later on today. a little chilly 48 in the tri-valley right now. you're on your way to 72. we'll hit 73 in the north bay, and temperatures warm up even more as we get into the all-important weekend. looking to the mid 70s in san francisco. low 70s looking good all weekend long. coming up next the body pains
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>> to learn what symptoms to listen to we have a doctor here from the american college of emergency physicians. good to see you, doctor. to willie's points we all have an ache or pain firmrom time to time. >> i take what people say seriously and people have a sense that this isn't the usual ache and pains. >> let tick through a few of these as we walk this way, doctor starting with leg or calf pain. how do you know when that is serious? >> a cramp from a charlie horse, toes are cramping up this is like an ache. you could have redness. you could have also like a cord that you feel back there. so what we are worried about is a deep vein thrombosis, a blood clot in the leg, economy class syndrome sitting a long time with your legs bent women that take birth control, so it is
something that you should pay attention to get to the emergency room they will do ultrasounds, if it's positive they will give you blood thinners we don't want the clot to travel to your lung and cause a pulmonary embolism. >> move to upper body pain severe pain. this is severe upper pack pain people will describe it as a tearing pain. and they are incapacitated. this is a dissecting aortic an orism, people with high blood pressure collagen vascular diseases, a tear controlly a great the aorta, blood gets forced in there and creates a false passable all the arteries that come off of it start to get blocked. you can have a stroke, cause paralysis, cause kidney failure. you need to get to the emergency room right away depending where the tear is you will have surgery or there's medical treatment. >> move around the bend here to severe abdominal pain. you said particularly keep attention if you're a woman of
child-bearing age. >> a quickly fatal type of abdominal pain no birth control is 100%. everyone that comes into the er with abdominal pain childbearing age women gets a pregnancy test, a ruptured ectopic pregnancy. sometimes people don't know they are pregnant. it dealts implanted in the tube. women that are on fertility treatments kind of at higher risk had sexually transmitted diseases scarring in your tube ruptures and you bleed into your abdominal cavity. get to the er right away sometimes you need emergency surgery. >> moving up to dental pain. this can certainly be something to send to you the er. >> people will ignore a toothache, just keep going and then gets into the root and then it causes an abscess that starts tracking down your neck about. if you notice your neck is getting swollen, the skin looks red, your voice sounds funny, you're drooling because you can't swallow your own saliva it can track down to your airway
and cause airway obstruction. you have the symptoms get to the emergency room you need surgery, don't let a toothache get that bad. >> how about a severe headache? >> this is what's called a thunderclap headache suddenly people know something is wrong, they are grabbing their head, rolling on the ground, they can be unconscious, you worry about an aneurism a bleeding stroke. there's a family history for it blood gets into your brain. it is painful. if unchecked, it can kill you, but also causes stroke symptoms paralysis, need to dealt to the er right away. sometimes there's emergency surgery they do >> important information, doctor. thank you so much. greatly appreciate it. still ahead, begans were devastated when his character was killed off the hit show "scandal." worry not, dan puke ka tin ski is back on tv in the nbc comedy ohhh. i remember this day... he got so many compliments on this costume. today is stanley's big day. happy birthday, stanley. he's five.... i was able to determine that stanley is an aquarius. ohh, aquarius... that's so fitting... throughout the whole journey
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use high fructose corn syrup. general mills. goodness first. a very good morning to you. it's 9:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. police in palo alto are warning of a surge in vehicle break-ins. they were looking mostly for electronics and other valuables. officers overnight arrested two men in a parking garage who they say did possess stolen property. but if they don't know if the men are linked to the break-ins. >> happening today, pivotal day of testimony in a case that has silicon valley's attention. ellen pao was standing in the gender discrimination case in san francisco. pao is suing kleiner perkins for $16 million. she claims she was denied a promotion only because she's female. she said she got fired because
she wascomplained. bay area water transportation leaders are expetted to approve a new commuter ferry service today. don't expect boats for a while. $50 million will be needed to cover costs for two ferries and a terminal in richmond. the earliest service may set sail is 2018. we'll keep tabs on that. also a look at weather and traffic after this break.
welcome back. happy thursday. i'm meteorologist christina loren. gorgeous day shaping up. hard to find a cloud in the sky out there. 48 degrees in the tri-valley. 57 currently in san francisco. on your way to 70 degrees. temperatures will be a touch warmer for today we'll see maximum warmth over the course of the weekend. 75 on sunday in the south bay. up to 77 in wine country on sunday. spectacular conditions. then rain arrives next week.
want to check your drive. here's mike. >> i talked to our friend sarah our neighbor here. we're talking about northbound 101. she just drove through the area. i'm not sure why it's slowing down. i said, did you see anything? nothing but a lot of cars. past that area, willow and marsh, clearing to the shoulder. northbound through san jose, your typical commute starting to simmer down. same thing for oakland. you still have a backup at the toll plaza. >> thank you for joining us. another local news update in a half hour. have a great one.
welcome back to "today," thursday morning, march 5, 2015. as you can probably hear our weather-bulletproof co-host, tamron hall is outside. what do you got? >> a good one. you guys ready, throwback thursday here we go. this weekend -- this weekend marks the 30th anniversary since the song "we are the world" hit record stores much the song was first recorded january 28 1985. brought okay some of music's biggest stars to raise for african famine relief. can you guess the two artists who wrote the song? here is your hint it may have taken all night long to write the song but it certainly helped to heal the world.
>> lineal richie. there's another name. >> michael jackson. >> okay. so you both got it. i'm too cold. here is the picture. so cold out here. i didn't even do it right. thank you. here's your buck. and here's your mug. here you go. so -- >> what was the answer? >> also guys for the record i wore wants to work, that's why by legs are out. i had on payments with this coat. but i changed. i have a grand prize. there's someone in this cosmo magazine that is so hot, he can melt the snow. can you guess who it is? willie geist! willie tell them about your cosmo. natalie, why don't you tell us about his cosmo? >> willie in the march edition, he talks about what he thinks about your career, the whole guys leaning in movement. i liked what you had to say, where is it right here? go ahead, read what you said. >> i'm not going to read it. >> i never felt the need to
tiptoe around women in the office extend to them the same expectation and pad jokes i do my male colleagues true, true and true. >> thank you very much. >> one secret to the success of my marriage and my wife and i agreed not to keep score, i never i did this so you do that, a better role is to respect your partner, pick her up when she has had a tough day, share responsibility and agree to watch "the bachelor" even as it slowly eats away at your soul. so i got to ask you, since you're "the bachelor" farmer chris, choose becca or whitney? six days until the finally. >> i don't know the right decision for farmer chris, but i think he is going to choose whitney. >> you're a whitney guy? >> i love the picture. >> i would like to know what number 21 is list on the list? >> i wrote the cover story, which i -- >> secrets to wealth. >> i think the key is peel your partner's skin off in sheets from their feet. everything is heightened. >> tamron's got ugds on them. even better.
yow. >> okay, mr. roker. >> your weekend, all this will be out of here behind it record lows the great lakes down south, gorgeous weather western third of the country tomorrow plenty of sunshine. then as we look ahead toward saturday a few snow showers around the great lakes. otherwise, some showers down in southern florida and the rest of the country looking good. temperatures start to moderate. sunday sunday we are looking at wet weather throughout the eastern half of texas into the mid-mississippi river valley, the sunshine continues out west l.a. spectacular, sunny, 78 showers down to miami, 81. temperatures mod the time is 9:33. taking a live look at san jose. we have a really pretty day shaping up all across the board. temps mostly in the 70s. you're going to see a little bit of a cooling trend coming your way as we head throughout the end of the weekend, but temperatures steadily warming to that point. we're looking towards numbers in the 66 for next week as rain moves in. enjoy the 70s for today. we'll see great beach weather
over the course of the weekend and then the rainy pattern begins late tuesday. hope you have a great day. >> that is your latest weather. >> all right. dan bucatinsky won an emmy for his role of reporter james novack on the monster hit drama "scandal" but that didn't keep his character from meeting an untimely demise. >> you happy face now, because dan is showing off his comic chops on nbc's requests marry me" playing one of the father of the main character, annie and he is pretty excited about the wedding plans. >> the chicago wedding expo. >> yay! oh i thought we were doing one of those everybody says yay things. >> jay, you can going to lurve it champagne tastes and flower workshops and seminar how to keep your pride maids from porking out but still make the pride feel skinny. >> here's looking at you two. >> dan bucatinsky, good to so you, sir. you look very dapper but you
said you were worried you looked too hosty. arm good way. a good way. i didn't want to upstage you. >> you have clearly. >> sharp suit. >> talk to us about "marry me," big change from "scandal". >> big change. we are had a great time. the writer who created "happy endings" created me all get to improvise a lot. but really fun. "scandal" is fast paced also the risks were higher. >> nobody dies in this. >> nobody dies yet in this i'm playing a character a little bit older than i am. >> i was gonna say. >> casey wilson's dad. you know i am keeping myself looking fit. my theoricy go down to brazil to have treatments done all the time. my character does. >> character, not you. >> not approved by the fda. >> like what tamron's doing.
>> so a big debar chur from "scandal," you broke a lot of hearts i know not your fault, script written for you, saying every time the cast would sit down for a table read of the script people open the page and see if you were still alive. >> being on a show like that you live by the sword, die by the sword, explosive storytelling and everyone knew that at any point, it could happen. we would always be nervous. josh mall lena would go to the last page to see if he was still alive. like no cheating. but it happened. and you know something, it was emotional departure. i still have the fake blood stains on my spanx to prove it. >> my gosh. should be in the smithsonian. >> right, at the hard rock right? plexiglas. >> you also are producer on "who do you think you are"? >> yes. >> great show. traces the ancestry, a lot of celebrities signed on to do it. who do you have coming up? >> premiere sunday tlc, julie chem the first time the show has gone to china. it is really exciting season.
julie chen america ferrera. >> yeah. a lot of these celebrities reveal a lot. i saw a teaser for julie chen talks about her grandfather's past not just a surface the good and the bad of who we are. >> one of the things people love about doing the show literally walking in the footsteps of their ancestors, whether a generation ago, josh groban this season goes back eight generations and we discover excitingly sort of a link to his music passion. so it's a very exciting season tony gold win, my buddy from "scandal," melissaette rim, angie harmon. >> speaking of exciting our game for you, two truths and one lie. >> all right. i'm gonna stump you. be hosty. >> i can be hosty. i once crashed a film shoot with meryl streep and robert de niro and pretended to be a background player. that's one. >> when i was 13 i joined a secret society of magicians in buenos aires as the great who
danny. in ninth grade, i led a sit-in in my principal's office so i could bring a boy to prom. >> i will be the outlier, a lie. >> the thirst two is true the last one -- i didn't have a sit-in didn't bring a boy to prom. i brought a girl to prom and she land the door -- >> take a stand. >> take a stand now. >> what were you doing in ba wayne necessary aires? >> my family is from there i was the great who danny at 13. >> the pest at this so far. >> dan puck ka tin ski, thanks. "marry me" airs here on nbc. new episodes of "who do you think you are? "return this sunday on tlc, appearing at the magic found tape coming up in -- >> in ba wayne whose aires. >> get it's back olive garden's buy one take one starting at $12.99. start tonight with our mouth-watering garlic breadsticks freshly tossed signature salad and your choice of irresistible entrees like new citrus chicken sorrento.
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start with the movies, two great ones tomorrow, "unfinished business" with vince vaughn, matt had that earlier, starring him and sienna miller. tell us us what this one is all about? >> vince says something in this movie which people daydream about quit his job and start his on business. he is saddled with two employees not too hot, one too old in tom wilkinson's character and one too green in dave franco's character, james franco's brother. they have to go to europe to get a deal signed they will go to any r-rated lengths to get a contract signed. >> and "chappie" starring hugh and jackman what is the premise here? >> in the near future from the director of "district 9" and elesium" cops are replaced by robots in the future and how much artificial intelligence should they have? hugh jackman place the villain in this movie a mullet, the hairstyle of the future. >> really? >> yes. he doesn't think very much of any sort of artificial intelligence, a big robot battle
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how do you keep the delicate berries fresher longer? >> who certificate editor-in-chief of reader's digest. good morning. good to see you, liz. >> good morning. >> you have good ideas. some messy. you look beautiful in your dress, launching in. peeling an egg. >> hard boiled egg, egg salad lovers rejoice, take the boiled egg, completely hard boiled egg, put it in a glass that has an inch-worth of water. i want to you cover the glass to the extent possible sealing it with the palm of your hand and then you are gonna shake as vigorously as you can, back and forth. and check and see and hopefully, the egg will crash, the shell will crack and all be able to take off a perfectly -- not happening with hein. >> not boiled hard enough. >> yeah one piece of shell. that didn't work so well. >> we do have proof we worked in
the commercial. does this all over youtube. okay. >> well okay. >> that's another way. >> it did work on the break. >> so move on to avocados. dice an avocado quickly. very carefully, take the butt of the knife and get it in the -- >> there it is. just like imaginic. >> i take it out. dice quickly the tip of the knife, create a horizontal and vertical sort of grid here going you there the flesh but not through the skin then you -- >> careful with this wife in. >> a span and you are going to push it around the edges and take out beautiful pieces of lovely diced avocado for your salsa. >> yum. fantastic. >> that works. >> talk about potatoes. >> first of all, a big bag of potatoes don't want the sprouts to grow in them throw a couple of apples in with your bow tate toes and apples release ethylene gas, which helps --
>> so does willie but that's another story. >> potatoes last for up to eight weeks. >> i didn't know that. >> if you want to slice it quickly, home fries, taken a apple slicer okay and put it over the top of the potato center it push down very hard. >> okay. a little oomph into it symmetrical and lovely whens of potato. cool. >> you got it. >> give it all you got, tamron. >> also need an al roker in the kitchen. >> berries, it breaks my heart, berries home two days later, mold grows on them, a few minutes when you get back from the grocery store and put them in a vinegar bath have one part white vinegar and three parts water. >> okay. >> and just put those berries right in the bath. >> does it affect the taste of the per ries, the slip gar? >> i thought that too you know what you do put it in there, let it faith, then in a come lan der and rinse it with cold water. and dry them completely. prevents the mold growth.
>> how do you save lemons from drying out? >> you need a squirt of citrus instead of the whole legend.. don't slice the lemon, which is gonna get rid of the whole thing, take a fork, pierce your lemon, move it in there to get the flesh going and activate and you just squeeze the amount of citrus juice you need, put it away and it stays fresh, a few days later, pierce the other side of the legend., more lemon juice. >> thanks so much. tie up your onions in your old pantyhose and you there go or new ones thanks so much liz. >> this is "today" on nbc.
wal assaulted last year filed a complaint against stanford which led to the school being listed. prosecutors never filed criminal charges in the case citing a lack of evidence. stanford is not commenting. >> call it the new leash on life for a litter of puppies found dumped in a park. the dogs are now up for adoption. right now, east bay animal rescue is screening applicants to take home three terrier pups in january a dog walker discovered them in a bag left inside a trash can. police are still looking for the person who abandoned the animals. let's check the weather. >> thank you, scott. take a look at these temperatures. hard to beat numbers like this. room temperature is 72 degrees, and that's the forecast high in the tri-valley. 73 degrees royalty here in the south bay, and looking towards the 70s even in san francisco, those 70s will be widespread. getting into the weekend, even warmer. temperatures will climb toward the 80 degree mark. we'll talk about that and when
rain returns to the picture. looking at three or more consecutive days of rain next week. details at 11:00. let's chick the drive. >> a look at the problems for the tri-valley. westbound and eastbound, both directions of 580 had crashes just before you get to 680. both just cleared from the roadway. a lot of rafrby but it should be quick. the tri-valley volume much lighter now, and around the rest of the bay, a typical pattern for the south bay as well as approaching the bay bridge. the out liar the peninsula slow through palo alto and san mateo. there was an earlier crash at san mateo, but look at palo alto. no cause i can see, but we have recovery willow to marsh. prepare for a slower drive. back to you. >> thanks. we'll have another local news update in a half hour. see you then.
from nbc news this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hi everybody. we're just watching one of our cameramen play the air guitar. >> it's a little free show entertainment. >> tommy come on. >> he keeps us entertained. >> some things never get old. tommy's getting old, but not his playing the guitar. >> we love our tommy. >> all right, it's thirst-day
thursday. it's march 5th. sad to tell you what? >> it is snowing again. if your looking for the silver liep ing lining, we have a feeling that this may be the last one. >> it's wishful thinking. >> no the boots are done. or maybe tomorrow. they're going to be put away in big boxes under beds. because it's going to be in the 40s in new york. someone even said the word 60. >> were they talking about my age? i'm not that anymore. but that didn't stop some special ladies from coming down. some people will do anything for a plaza ambush makeover. >> plus he is who justin bieber has tweeted about. history name is jew dissmith. >> and we're heading into the kitchen with queen of dump cake.
this time she has easy -- it's all easy but these are dump dinners. that you can make this weekend. right? >> right. >> so the feud between ellen degeneres and matt lauer is reaching a fever pitch. >> yeah. >> ellen had some fun when she used a clip of matt interviewing some stars of "50 shades." she ended up having fun with matt in that way. >> that also never gets old. >> then matt went on ellen. and ellen thought it would be sweet to give him a portrait of himself again. >> and then we stole it when he brought it home. >> we stole it because he did have it in his office. check out what she did yesterday. >> i was really surprised to see what he had in his dressing room. >> it's up in my dressing room. oh, here we go. >> uh-oh.
>> and he claimed he's going to try to get back at me but you can't beat me at this game lauer. >> oh, really? oh really. >> this is what matt said this morning. >> i have now dedicated half of our staff to working on this prank. i'm also accepting applications for prank producers. if you have ideas for a prank for ellen tweet me. i will be checking that out all day today. >> which shocked everybody because apparently he never checks his -- >> never looks at his twitter account. >> people will come up with some awesome ideas. sometimes we're in a bubble here and don't think outside of the box. >> you've pranked me a couple times. what did you do? it was something not nice. >> those guys told you we had posted a profile of you on a dating site. >> that was your idea.
>> the it was one that you did. it was the person we couldn't understand what they were saying. >> mr. double speak. i love mr. double speak. >> i was nodding because i didn't want to be rude. he was a guest. >> google mr. double speak. >> is that his name? >> yeah. sweetest guy. >> shania twain has a good news bad news situation here. >> going on tour again. it will be the first tour in 11 years. bad news is if you miss it she says it's going to be her final one. >> she's only 49 years old. madonna just announced she's going back on tour. she probably feels that way now. she just finished two years in las vegas. >> vegas. >> remember her song "man i feel like a woman". >> let's watch a little of this video. it's so good. >> sold more than 75 million
albums worldwide. it's the best selling female artist in the history of country music. >> by the way, she's so empowering for women. when you watch her sing -- i just love her whole deal. she's a nice person too. >> very nice person. >> she had some public marital probe problems that she resolved and moved on. she also had a phobia of singing again. >> performance anxiety. >> she makes you feel like you can relate to her. someone who has everything and still feels scared, suddenly oh, okay. makes you love her more. >> she had as many women who loved her as men. she was gorgeous and great body and so talented. something very lovable about her. the tour kicks off in june. >> this is kind of interesting. when you are in a job interview, you always wonder how to act.
mark zuckerberg has his idea on what makes a very good employee. he says the number one thing he looks at when there's a potential hire -- >> this is brilliant. >> i will only hire someone to work directly for me if i would work for that person. >> yeah. it's almost like when we talk about dating. how about start with this, you be the person that somebody wants to be with. >> right. >> and you'll see -- >> right. yeah. >> so he also says you have to have faith in yourself. and you have to keep the team around you small. >> >> i like that. >> you know when you can trust and there's very few people in this world. >> whoever you are, you walk in and see a ceo, you don't act on the same level because you're not. it would be hard to be the person who he would want to work under. >> now you're thinking things through. i'm so proud of you. what qualities do you like to see in the people you work with?
>> nice. >> people that laugh. >> when i worked at date line, there were very very very good good good producers. then there were ones also easy to work with. they weren't high maintenance. >> 50 takes. >> when you're on a story and there's no place to eat or place to sleep, no one complains. i don't care if they're not as talented as the others more fun to work with. you worked those long long, long hours with people around you. >> yes. if i did a sitcom or something like that i would want to make sure i worked with people that wanted to go home as much as i do. it's the people in the industry -- it's probably -- who just have no life outside of their career that take so much time. they don't want to go home. >> right. >> you know, you're their family whether you want to be or not. it's not healthy. your career should be the way you make your living.
you should have a passion for it. but you got to have people you go home to that you love more than anything. >> okay. talk about something you love more than anything it's time for i hoda. this is a song that has combined two awesome people. you love neo. >> no i don't. i like neo as a pirn. >> and you love pit bull. >> no --. i don't like their music, hoda. >> joined together in a song. let's watch. ♪ i knew my rent was going to be late about a week ago ♪ ♪ but i got just enough to get up in this club ♪ ♪ and be a good time before my time is up ♪ >> looks like one of us is having the time of their life. ♪ ooh, i want the time of my life ♪ ♪ give me the time of my life ♪ >> here we go.
♪ >> kathy, you like this? >> yes! here's the people that know the words right here. it's called the times of our lives. >> this is a generation thing, i thought. >> if you want to get more of us who would want to you can hear more of us on sirius xm channel 108 and hoda on 2:00 p.m. on mondays and wednesdays. how's that going? >> it's fun. you were with me on monday. >> i liked it. it was real music. >> neither rain nor snow nor gloom can keep these ladies from getting their ambush makeover. >> and kathy mitchel is going to
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it is not every day we do a cooking segment, but today's big. there's nothing better than a hearty and homemade meal. >> just grab a few ingredients dump them in a pan or baking dish and cook it. here is kooththy mitchel. author of dump dinners. >> nice to see you again. >> nice to see you again. i figured i'd give you real food this time. >> great concept. >> there's so little skill that goes into it. >> there's no skill at all. it's easier than going through a drive-through. >> it is homemade at least.
>> this is just ground beef. you can use ground turkey if you want to. we're going to put some pasta in it. don't cook the pasta. >> we call it skillet lasagna. i love to use broken pieces of lasagna. >> water? >> all of it. >> for folks at home how much is that? >> i don't know. cup and a half. it's in the cook book. >> i love it. this is just some seasonings. like season salt type thing. you don't have to boil the pasta in a separate pan. so you don't have to worry about lots of stuff to clean up. in a few minutes, that pasta will absorb all the water. now add a little marinara sauce. >> want me to? >> right off the jar. dump it in there. >> cheese? >> oh, this is looking good. >> and stir it around again.
then we're going to put on some ricotta. >> close to the end. >> you can add it now if you want to. >> you can't have any. >> i'm making a mess here. >> let's go to the finished product. >> we have a couple more. >> that looks delicious. >> let me dig in just so we can get going. she can't. >> it's got cheese. >> i want to see it. >> see what you think. >> oh, my gosh. it's delicious. >> i can't believe -- >> easy. >> what is this next dish? >> what is this? ? chicken and wild rice. we're going to put in a can of cream soup. i'm using broccoli because i've got broccoli here. but you know whatever. this is a package of wild rice mix. >> just dry not cooked. >> yes.
and stir it around a little bit. let's add the seasoning packet that comes with the wild rice. sprinkle it on in there. you don't have to stir too much. then we're going to go ahead and add the chicken pieces to it. >> just plop those babies in. >> the rice is going to absorb the liquid. the chicken's going to cook. >> that's the secret to all of this. the rice and the pasta are doing the work. >> right. exactly. we have broccoli pieces. >> is that raw? >> this is frozen broccoli actually. you can use the smaller pieces. then we're going to top with cheese and foil. >> that looks so good. >> and then you -- okay. >> look at this. this is crazy. >> do i have to try it again? >> next time i'm going to make something with no cheese. >> down here. >> this is actually my favorite thing to make. all stuff i can keep on hand at home. this is a package of biscuits.
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10,000 people attend the city church in seattle to hear the words of one man. his name is pastor judah smith. >> and many of those who flock to his sermons are young and very famous. like justin bieber. judah also tours the country sharing his words of faith, hope and love. he had a great book out before. now he's out with a new book called "life is." he's also my daughter and son's pastor too. >> thanks for having me on. >> you're very hip. the ripped jeans. the cool thing. >> it's kids these days.
>> that matters, doesn't it? they want to know they have somebody speaking to them, their generation in their language. it's not like you're playing a game. this is who you authentically are. >> i appreciate you saying that. i'm very ripped. >> you are like wolverine. >> that's my dream. i love what i do. love my job. it's a thrill. >> justin bieber's mom reached out to you. often when someone's mom reaches out to someone, the son puts his hands up and saying, no thanks. instead, this opened a real door. >> i guess justin heard me when he was 8 years old at a convention in toronto, canada. i guess he liked what he heard and got cassette tapes. he said i would put him to sleep at night. not really what a preacher wants to hear. >> you also use your humor that way.
this l.a. part of it started because jason kennedy had a bible study in his home. i did go to it with my daughter. 70 cars. you could barely get to it. now it's in beverly hills. two services. why are they coming to hear you? what message are you giving them? >> i think there's a resurgence just generally in america and maybe even around the world. there's this desire for maybe the three essentials for the human existence, which is faith, hope and love. what is life without faith, hope and love? >> not much. >> i think young people grapple with it a little bit. they're moving away from that. the pendulum is swinging so to speak. they're desiring to have a true north. we're seeing incredible growth and desire for faith and god and why am i here. >> i see love in my eye line. i see your wife kids and mom
are all here. by the way, is she really the first girl you ever kiss? >> it was truth or dare so it doesn't count. in 8th grade. she's a pastor's wife now. in the same city in seattle. >> that's awkward. >> so she's the second girl. >> first girl i held hands with though. >> chelsea. >> yeah, chelsea. >> you have three beautiful kids you did more than that. >> did you know right away that she was going to be the one? >> i honestly loved her since junior high. true story. we have a whole box of love notes to each other that my parents didn't know about. love notes that we passed underth desk. and we've kept them. she's the love of my life. >> this newest book "love is." we highly recommend it. if you're looking for meaning in your life. god bless you for all you're
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welcome back. happy thursday. i'm meteorologist christina loren. beautiful, sunny day headed your way. still a little cool but temperatures will climb into the 70s to finish off the day. way above average by 5 to 10 degrees. widespread 70s even at the local beaches. peak warmth over the course of the weekend and then a rainy pattern on the way for next week. we'll talk about that plus we'll have your weekend event forecast right here on nbc bay area today at 11:00. let's check the drive. >> we have the dublin interchange, both crashes cleared earlier and a quick recovery. a little slowing westbound but now it's converging upon the castro valley that will give ooth 20 minutes for slowing. smoother to the hayward area. a little delay for the south bay.
85 through cupertino, no problems. the bay bridge toll plaza looking a little backed up. >> join us at 11:00 for our next newscast. we'll see you then. we're back with more of "today" on this snowy thirst-day thursday. ready to reveal the ambush makeovers. if there was ever a day we wish spring would get here already. it's today. >> what better way to get ready for the new season than with gorgeous new looks. two ladies celebrating their birthdays. "today" contributor and stylist to the stars. >> lewis licari lalalala. >> and jill martin. >> all right. snowy, cold. >> it must be snowy or rainy. and today, why not?
it's the same thing. >> you found a couple birthday girls. mary is our first lucky lady. she just turned 70 on tuesday. he daughters decided to treat her to a trip to new york for her birthday. let's take a listen. >> well, i know mom had a big milestone this past tuesday, but i know you have a wish for her birthday. >> i do. she's been taking care of everyone. we need to usher in the next 70 with style. i wish her all the best. >> i can promise style. in this weather, we all need a makeover. >> i'm so excited. this is just a dream come true. >> happy birthday. >> how beautiful, by the way. keep your blindfold on just a second. here is mary before. all right. mary let's see the new you!
>> all right. are you ready? >> take off your blindfold. look at your sassy mom. >> you look so good. oh, i love your hair. it's perfect. >> are you ready? >> i am ready. oh, i love it. oh my gosh. >> look at that sexy sassy haircut. >> that is very sexy, flirty. >> look into camera 12. >> well, there's nothing old about you. let me tell you, before or after. this is a great haircut today. it's layered. it's got the bang. a little bit uneven in the most perfect way. >> you don't want them even they would be too heavy. >> and i made her hair lighter. if you make your hair lighter, go to a salon and have it done. that's a hard procedure to do. >> i think you look great.
super modern. really fun. the dress is awesome. >> yeah. >> i love it short. >> we walked into the ambush room. she said i'm very sporty and i don't wear dresses. and i don't wear prohibits. so i said okay i'm putting you in everything you don't wear. >> that's awesome. good job! >> you can join your daughter. >> our second lady is yvonne. today may be her birthday. she's also celebrating another anniversary. she's a four-year breast cancer survivor. we wanted to do something really special. let's hear her story. >> i know you're going to tiffany after this for a gift. today's her birthday. >> this is her birthday and she's a woman who deserves everything she gets. >> nice to hear, right. >> yes it is.
>> so she is here with that very loving husband, tony. one last look. yvonne before and bring out the new yvonne! >> wow. >> wow. >> right here. >> wow. now tony you ready to see her? take it off baby. >> wow. fantastic. >> he's taking it in. you ready to look? >> oh, my god. is that me? >> that's you. >> you look gorgeous. >> you look beautiful. >> here you go. >> you okay? >> you look beautiful. look right here. >> those are tears of joy, i hope. >> please don't ruin the makeup. she will lose it. okay. so what we did here is this is -- i made her hair darker
number one because it was a little bit yellow in not a good way. it's a little bit deeper. we see the color that works much better with her skin color. this is a great haircut. layered around the face. soft natural. no effort haircut. >> what do you want to say? >> i love her. [ applause ] >> and jill tell us about that outfit. >> love the two-piece. all basics here. we dressed it up. great lone necklace. and nydj jeans. >> awesome. let's bring mary back out. >> thank you, lewis, thank you, jill. waste not want not. >> why you might be using too much or waking up to fatigued skin? sleep on this! garnier creates its first miracle sleeping cream. it fights signs of fatigue and wrinkles while you sleep. a sleeping cream... that's a first!
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weather makes your skin so dry. >> or you're chincy with your face cream. >> portions do matter. here to tell us when enough is enough is jill the editor and chief of the dr. oz the good life magazine. >> welcome to you. >> hello. >> we all tend to do this. a little too much not enough. >> is there a problem? so what if you use too much? >> sometimes it can wreck a little havoc with your skin. it can even give you a stomachache. >> oh. so we're starting off with face. i like how you're portioning it out. >> this is stuff you can relate to right. this is moisturizer with spf. you want to visualize a peppermint candy here. that's going to cover your neck your ears your entire face and give you the spf 30 coverage you paid for. >> this is body cream? >> this is body lotion.
interesting enough, about five minutes from the time you hop out of the shower to get your body lotion on. after that the moisture starts evaporating off your skin. >> we're going to get right there. you want to use about half a kiwi's worth. >> all over your body. >> doesn't seem like a lot. >> you can see, it's about a handful. >> what about the blueberries. >> this is less than i thought. only about one blueberry's worth of a squirt is enough to cleanse your face with face cleanser. >> as much as we've had on -- >> if you put it on like we do. >> i think we all have quite a bit on today. let's imagine you use makeup remover first. then -- >> all right. >> more than that might strip your skin. >> this is a concern in the shampoo and conditioner department. >> for shoulder length hair you want to imagine in the shower
about a cracker's worth. it's interesting. i was using too little shampoo and i was wondering why my hair was looking gunky. >> i don't wash my hair every day. sometimes it doesn't feel clean. >> everybody's hair is different. >> everyone's hair is different. if you have short hair, you don't need quite as much. conditioner, think about a shoe cube. >> i pump it. i have a pump because i like a lot. is there a problem with using lots and lots and lots of conditioner? >> you look fantastic, so there's clearly not a problem. this is generally good advice. this amount will give you the conditioning you need. >> okay. help us. >> okay. this is an interesting one. kids as you know are not so great at the rinsing and spitting part. you want to give them a pea-sized amount on their toothbrush. also it's sweet.
sometimes they like to lick it and eat it. you don't want to ingest too much of this. >> what about for grownups. >> here's your average toothbrush. a smear. >> a smear. not the whole way across your toothbrush. >> all right. >> the shaving -- >> i'm taking that home. >> of course you are. >> that's for you. >> thank you. >> so this is for the guys but it's also for women too. the first squirt should be about the size of a chocolate kiss. more than that and you won't get a close shave. >> lastly the spf. >> we wanted to get to the cookies. >> at the beach, a quarter cup. a quarter cup people. most of us use a lot less and get about half the spf protection we're promised. for self tanner think oreo cookie for each limb. >> that was good. >> fascinating. thank you for shopping. i needed this. >> thank you so much. >> it affects nearly 2.5 million
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it's multiple sclerosis awareness week highlighting a disease that attacks the nervous system and affects over 2 million people around the world. three-quarters of those who have it in the u.s. are women. >> one of them is kate. she was 35 years old working as a video producer. numbness in her hand and terrible fatigue led to a diagnosis of ms. kate got married and had two kids. >> yay for kate. >> we love kate. >> she continues to under go a medical treatment to protect her brain. she's here along with her doctor. a neurologist at mount sinai
hospital. welcome to both of you. >> you look like a million bucks. how are you feeling? >> i'm feeling great. i was diagnosed eight years ago. i would say in this eight years, there have been moments where i haven't felt a hundred percent. and he knows that well. i haven't had an episode in a number of years. and that is awesome. >> what do you attribute that to? >> i think it's a bunch of things. we have a dozen medicines that are approved now to treat multiple sclerosis and protect the brain. also the incredibly positive attitude. >> she sure does. >> positive behavior and taking care of herself. >> was it a quick diagnosis. did you know right away what was going on? >> i did not know. but i had terrible fatigue. i had numbness in both my hands. i started getting a delay on the left side. even though my brain was saying right, left right left my left
side wasn't working. by the time i got to him, i couldn't even keep my balance. it was very dramatic. >> is that typical? >> it is. loss of sensation like that. numbness in a big part of the body. loss of balance. loss of movement. scary stuff. big areas. kind of a classic way it can show itself. >> and some people go into remission for very very long periods of time. and other people seem to battle it on a daily basis, gaining in symptoms as well. >> it's true. >> every case is individual which is kind of a blessing and a curse. you don't know what's going to happen. i can certainly say that it forces you to really think in the present. so right now today, i'm doing great. >> you don't care if there's a snowstorm. >> i love the snow. but, you know the fact is it becomes a bit of a crap shoot. i could say to somebody whether it's somebody when i was single on a date or an employer or whatever i'm doing great now, i
could be in a wheelchair in two months i could be fine for the rest of my life. i find that throwing it out there and being totally honest makes a big difference. >> she's so young and positive but so young. is this the age at which people get diagnosed. >> classically, it is. 20s, 30s and 40s are the main anyone ages. that's the classic time. >> why so many women as opposed to men? >> great question. we think it's even more common in women now than it might have been a few decades ago. so it's something we're really thinking about. >> i know you have something you want to say. >> i would say that as the dwr says there are now 12 disease modifying therapies. there were zero 20 years ago. now, there's a more serious form of the illness which i could slide into this progressive form of ms. there are currently no treatments. that has been a really big
moment of chaos and confusion and figuring out for researchers, but what's great is they have realized it's a big enough problem and important enough spearheaded by the national ms society, they are doing an international progressive ms alliance. the researchers are coming from all ooefr the world. >> finally. >> and they're now 40 clinical trials for progressive ms. >> so there is good news. thank you so much for being with us. >> thank you. >> thank you so much. >> we'll be right back. >> this is "today" on nbc.
sofia vergara shared a bunch of pik pics during the golden kbloebs. >> it always depends on what you're tweeting. you can be fun and kind or be mean. it's all about the intention. >> i say yes it's okay. it's always fun to see someone special's take on an event. >> even if it's mean? >> it's their own personal opinion, so yes, please. >> all right. >> it's always funny at the time. from froze and glee the actor stops by. >> and as we turn the clocks ahead this weekend, easy springs cleaning. >> and five lucky viewers are going to win something awesome. >> stay warm! >> have a good one.
international airport shut down after a plane skids off the runway. the incredible images just keep coming into our newsroom. thanks for joining us. i'm kris sanchez. >> i'm scott mcgrew. this happened in new york. a plane skidded off the runway at laguardia just a few hours ago. crashed thrown a chain link fence and forced passengers to bundle up and slide down emergency chutes to safety. it came from atlanta. carrying 131 people. only one person had to be taken to the hospital with serious injuries. the rest were treated at the scene. ntsb investigators are headed to