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was just that thunder. >> i thought it was an earthquake. >> quite the show. >> there was also the show with the gate. much more on that coming up up on "the today show." good morning. show time. donald trump steals the spotlight at the rowdy republican presidential debate. his trademark barbs and bluster on full display. >> our leaders are stupid. our politicians are stupid. i don't think you heard me. you're having a hard time tonight. >> all right. >> he drops a bombshell, refusing to rule out a third-party run. >> i will not make the pledge at this time. >> this morning, we talk to trump live and fellow candidate marco rubio. about the highs and lows and political blows. breaking overnight. a suspected tornado in a shopping center in alabama. jon voyage. jon stewart makes his "the daily
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show" exit. >> rather than saying good-bye or good night, i'm just going to say, "i'm going to go get a drink." >> with help from some of the politicians he skewered and correspondents he made stars. >> becoming an international superstar is just something i did while waiting for my next assignment. ♪ >> and going urban. a huge crowd packs the plaza for a live concert from country superstar keith urban as our long, hot summer continues on friday, august 7, 2015. >> from nbc news this is "today," with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. >> it is a great morning for a great concert. we've got keith urban here live and several thousand of his closest friends here to watch the concert in our 8:30 half hour.
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>> we'll be outside in a little while. i don't have to ask you if you watched the debate. we were texting at times. it was fascinating at times, exhausting at times and it is the subject of our top story. we have the big moments, the night's impact on the race moving forward beginning with nbc national correspondent peter alexander. peter, good morning. >> reporter: matt, good morning. if you were looking for a good debate night to kick off the political season, this one didn't disappoint. it was raucous, it was feisty. donald trump debating for the first time didn't shy away from the spotlight. afterward he complained some of the questions to him were much tougher than to anybody else. he said at times they were simply not nice. it started with a show of hands but only donald trump raised his. >> mr. trump -- >> reporter: refusing to commit he won't run as an independent. >> you can't say tonight you will not make the pledge. >> i cannot say. >> reporter: rand paul quickly pounced. >> he's already hedging his bets because he's used to buying politicians.
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>> well, i have given him plenty of money. >> reporter: trump also tangled with moderators after being challenged about his disparaging remarks about women. >> you have called women fat pigs, dogs, slobs and animals. >> only rosie o'donnell. the big problem this country has is being politically correct. >> reporter: o'donnell tweeting, "try explaining that 2 ur kids." jeb bush dismissed trump as a divisive figure. >> we'll win when we unite people with a hopeful message. >> reporter: john kasich declined to attack the frontrunner. >> donald trump is hitting a nerve in this country. people are frustrated, they are fed up. he's got his solutions. some of us have other solutions. >> reporter: democrat hillary clinton was a target they could all agree on. >> how will hillary clinton lecture me about living paycheck to paycheck? i was raised paycheck to paycheck. >> reporter: trump, who contributed to the clinton foundation batted away questions about whether he was too cozy
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with the clintons. >> with hillary clinton i said be at my wedding and she came. do you know why? she had no choice because i gave. >> reporter: one of the night's sharpest exchanges, chris christie blasting rand paul for fighting to put limits on government surveillance. >> when you are sitting in a subcommittee just blowing hot air about this, you can say things like that. >> i don't trust president obama with our records. i know you gave him a big hug. if you want to give him a big hug again, go right ahead. >> the hugs i remember are the hugs i gave to the families who lost people on september 11. those are the hugs i remember. >> reporter: the debate touched on everything from immigration to planned parenthood. >> i defunded planned parenthood long before any of these videos came out. >> reporter: the night wasn't without lighter moments like this from neurosurgeon ben carson. >> i'm the only one to separate siamese twins, take out half of a brain but you would think in washington someone beat me to it. >> reporter: this morning donald
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trump was complimentary about what he described as worthy opponents including jeb bush, marco rubio and ben carson. who you just heard from. unclear what this will do to shake up the field going forward. carly fiorina was very strong in the earlier debate. the republicans aren't on stage together again, matt, until next month. >> peter alexander, thank you very much. senator marco rubio joins us now from cleveland. senator, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> i have been reading some of the reviews on your performance last night. i will paraphrase and sum them up. people said you may not have broken out last night but you certainly answered in a positive way some questions about your electability. are you happy with that review? >> yeah. with the reviews that matter are not the pundits. it's the people watching that have to make the decision at the ballot box. this is the first time we'll debate together. there will be multiple other opportunities. this is a long campaign for the most important political office in the world.
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i was pleased with last night. i was honored to be a part of it. i'm looking forward to future ones. >> donald trump refused to rule out a third party run. he says he's using it as leverage to make sure the party treats him well. sounds like a threat to me. how does it impact the way you and other candidates take him on directly? >> it doesn't impact it at all. i'm not running against any of the other people on that stage. i'm running for president. i will continue to do what i did last night. i will tell people where i stand and what i will do if elected and voters decide. that's the great thing about living in this republic is the voters decide. what other people are doing doesn't necessarily impact our strategy or what we are saying. >> let me ask this way. as you stood on stage last night listening to what he said, watching what he did, did you find yourself thinking, if i am not fortunate to be the nominee of this party i could enthusiastically support donald
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trump to be the next president of the united states and commander in chief? >> yeah, look. i think i have confidence in this process. i have confidence that the republican nominee is going to be a republican. i have confidence that the nominee will be someone who is optimistic about america. i don't believe america is losing to everybody. i think this is the greatest country in the world. i know we have problems, we have challenges, no doubt. >> right. >> who would we trade places with? what country in the world would we trade places with? that's the message that will ultimately win. >> i will ask you again with all due respect. do you think donald trump has what it takes to be the president and commander in chief? >> i don't know. i don't think that's been answered about anybody in the race. i feel confident about me. but that's why we have a campaign. that's why we are going to have multiple debates and people have to answer questions. over the next few months that's what the campaign is about is determining and answering questions like that. none of us are owed the position by virtue of our fame or how
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much money we have raised. we have to go out and convince people. last night was part of the process where voters get to see us answer tough questions and from that make a decision about whether they are going to turn over the most important office in the world to one of us. >> senator marco rubio. i appreciate your time this morning. thank you very much. good luck. >> thank you, matt. >> all right. which candidates expect to get a boost from their performances last night? chuck todd is nbc's political director and moderator of "meet the press." >> good morning. >> i have heard more than one pundit say i'm out of the game predicting what will happen with donald trump. all the political rules don't appear to apply to him. do you think he helped or hurt himself? >> it was an audience of mostly republicans. yes, there were others that wanted to watch the event. and to start off by saying i wouldn't necessarily stay in the republican party, you have automatically shut down your ability to grow your support.
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look, i understand why donald trump is upset with the moderators. they put him on the defensive from the beginning making that the first question. put him on his heels, no doubt about it. i think it will hurt him. but you're right. he defied political gravity before. >> people thought it was a big night. it had to be a big night for jeb bush. did he live up to what he needed to do? >> for the first time he looked like he didn't like to be there. sometimes you get the feeling just going, gosh, i can't believe i've got to do some of the things i have to do before i campaign the way i want to campaign in a general election. but i thought the moment with trump, peter highlighted in the package there, where he stood by his criticism of trump and when trump had the chance to -- you thought maybe he would pounce, trump acknowledged it was a fair criticism on tone. let me tell you why. it gave jeb the moment. it could have been a bad moment for jeb and it was a good one.
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>> ten candidates on the stage and you have just a couple of hours. you try to get to the substance. you can take the measure of people in a situation like that. for you, who was the stand out? who helped themselves last night? >> the person who helped himself the most was john kasich. this is a guy nobody knew a lot about. we kept saying, hey, watch this guy, watch this guy. he's going to get that second, third look. marco rubio, there were concerns from some of the establishment, the elite going where's he been? he's gone away. he had a good night. scott walker, sometimes you wondered where he went. for a frontrunner he didn't make any mistakes but for a frontrunner he disappeared too often last night. as debates go on he needs to look more alpha, presidential. >> let me not let you leave without asking about a big headline last night. chuck schumer said he will oppose the iran nuclear deal. how big of a blow is it to the president's attempt to get it through congress? >> he tried to do one favor. he announced it during the republican debate.
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he tried to bury the news a little bit. he's clearly not campaigning against the deal. the fact that the other new york senator who rarely splits with him on foreign policy, kristen gillibrand, she came out for the deal and three, four hours later schumer came in. he's opposing it but seems to be trying to oppose it, not campaign against it. if you're the white house, could have been worse. >> you have a lot for "meet the press." we'll see you sunday for sure. coming up, we'll talk live to donald trump. >> we want to welcome natalie back from rio. she has a look at the headlines. >> thank you. russia is being blamed for a sophisticated cyber attack on the unclassified e-mail network of the u.s. military's joint staff. u.s. officials telling nbc news that the system has been shut down and taken offline for nearly two weeks. the cyber attack affected some 4,000 military and civilian personnel. the officials stress no classified information was seized or compromised and that only unclassified accounts and
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e-mails were hacked. there is growing concern here in new york city this morning over the outbreak of legionnaires' disease. ten people died and more than a hundred have been sickened by the disease. dr. natalie azar is here. what is legionnaires' and how is it spread? >> it is a bacterial infection that can cause pneumonia. we see roughly around 8,000 to 18,000 cases per year. it is not spread person to person. that's important for the viewers to understand. you can get legionnaires' or the pneumonia by inhaling mist contaminated with bacteria. >> what are the symptoms? >> the symptoms are consistent with pneumonia. shortness of breath, chest pain when you take a deep breath in, cough, fever. some people can have flu-like symptoms with headache, nausea and diarrhea. >> how is it treated? >> it is very treatable when diagnosed. early, of course. antibiotics from two to three
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weeks with a number of different well known kinds of antibiotics. the people who are most susceptible as we say often is the middle-aged or elderly people, people with chronic lung disease or people's whose lungs are at risk. compromised if they are on chemotherapy or on medicines to supress their immune system. >> thank you. look at this. nothing unusual to see. spider-man taking on the bad guys but normally not in broad daylight. in new york times square the man in the spider-man costume says the man in the black shirt and pants was harassing some of the street performers so spider-man says he took matters wo into his own hands. no arrests were made. but a full-on public brawl. i'm not sure if the kids like to see spider-man like that. if you are going to swing for the fences, why not backwards? take a look at the softball player in montreal with a backward spinning swing. i don't think we have seen that
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before. but apparently it was effective. he hit it over the fence for a three-run home run. i'm not sure how you do that. it worked for him. >> people shocked. the ball flew over their heads. >> the other teammates, i'm not sure they are thrilled with him showing them up like that. >> first check of the weather with al. >> we have severe weather to talk about overnight. national weather service in birmingham, alabama, says they are going out to see if this damage was caused by a tornado. several people injured. we are talking about a shopping center, flipping over cars, complete devastation of one large shopping center. a real mess out there. we'll continue to track it. let's look at the radar. this is from last night. you can see the line of thunderstorms passing through troy. boy, it was powerful. then it breaks up as we get into this morning. as we look at the wider pictures, more showers and thunderstorms passing through minneapolis. monsoonal moisture in the
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southwest. we are looking at more activity. severe thunderstorms and gulf golf ball-sized hail. are from valentine to dodge. tornadoes possible. rainfall from three to five inches. more severe weather in the midwest tomorrow. we'll get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. i hate to haggle. when you go to a restaurant you don't haggle over the chicken parmesan. why can't car-buying be like that? ♪ ♪ as long as people drive cars carmax will be the best way to buy them. good friday morning. we made it to the week end why. we're done with the lightning show and even the rain showers that we saw overnight.
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we are looking at some sunshine that low fog that we usually see not in place today even across the south bay looking at mainly clear skies. as we head through the day we will see a bright dry day, inland valleys temperatures back into the mid 80s, inland bay temperatures in the mid 70s. the tri-valley night and warm, toasty near 90 degrees. >> calling it a cause in the conversation he started 16 years ago jon stewart ended his run on "the daily show" last night with the help of a bevy of stars. carson has the highlights of that. >> good morning, guys. there were a few laughs and a few tears as jon stewart signed off from the show he turned into a cultural phenomenon. >> hey, guess what. i have big news. this is it. this is the final episode. >> reporter: jon stewart's daily show curtain call. >> it is our last night on the air. i feel a responsibility -- [ audience awws ] but yet we all still remain alive. >> reporter: after 16 years
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saying good-bye with cameos. ♪ it's wonderful to see you ♪ >> reporter: from the politicians and pundits stewart made frequent punchlines. >> i will never forget you, but i will try. >> have fun feeding the rabbits, quitter. >> just when i'm running for president. what a bummer. >> so long, jackass. >> reporter: to the comedians who launched their careers as "the daily show" correspondents like john oliver. >> working here meant the world to me. >> reporter: "the office" boss steve carell. >> for me it's touching that you would come back and do this. >> i never left, jon. becoming a superstar is just something i did waiting for my next assignment. >> reporter: and the man behind the report, stephen colbert. >> jon, you said to me and many here to never say thank you. because we owe you nothing. >> right. >> it's one of the few times i have known you to be dead wrong. we are better people for having
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known you. >> reporter: fighting back tears. >> this is the most beautiful place i have ever been and i will never have it again. >> reporter: thanking his family. >> i want to thank my wife tracy and my kids nate and maggie. [ cheers and applause ] not going to look over there. for teaching me what joy looks like. >> reporter: and his audience. >> rather than saying good-bye or good night, i'm just going to say, "i'm going to go get a drink." i'm sure i will see you guys before i leave. >> reporter: giving them one last piece of advice. >> the best defense against [ bleep ] is vigilance. if you smell something, say something. >> reporter: before one final moment of zen. >> thanks for everything, jon. we wish you happy and safe travels. >> reporter: courtesy of the boss. ♪ >> what a way to end the show for a kid from new jersey, have the boss out there.
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trevor noah is the new host of "the daily show." comes out with a measuring tape. starts to measure up the set. jon says, give me 20 minutes and she's all yours. we'll see the next chapter september 28 with the new host. >> if you smell something, say something. thanks, carson. appreciate it. coming up, how would donald trump grade his performance in that debate last night? we are going to ask the republican frontrunner when he joins us live. >> could your car survive the so-called torture chamber? we are taking you to the sub zero facility where vehicles are put to the extreme weather test. first on a friday morning, a check of your local news and weather.
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coming up we've got an inside look at jennifer aniston's surprise wedding. how did these two manage to pull off a top secret celebration? >> good for them for doing it. finally, we are gearing up
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for friday concert. keith urban is here. we have a lot of fans out there on the plaza. we'll have the concert in our 8:30
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come home to verizon and get 10 gigs for $80 a month plus $15 per line. only at verizon. a very good morning to you. it is 7:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. we are following breaking news this morning. we are just getting word that 49er alvin smith was arrested last night. he was booked into the santa clara county jail on what charges we do not know as of yet, but this information just coming into our newsroom. also in the news had this morning, authorities this morning have still not identified a victim of a deadly boating accident last night in morgan hill. it happened at anderson lake near highway 101. investigators say a man in his 20s fell off a boat and was struck by the boat's engine propeller. other people on the boat did get the man back on board but efforts to revive him failed. surveillance images of a man
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who police say broke into a milpitas home and stole cash and jewelry. investigators say it happened on tuesday. the burglar first knocked on the door carrying a bakery box, when no one answered he went around the back and used a rock to break through the back door. outside lands is back, it's one of the biggest music festivals in the nation it take place over the next three days at golden gate park. organizers say tickets sold out in less than an hour that's more than 200,000 tickets, 70,000 people i should say per day. ton's headliner, mumford & sons elton john closes things out on sunday. let's see how it's going to look weather wise. >> we're done with the lightning and the rain showers we saw overnight. you can see a lot of that stuff has has made its way out of the bay area over toward the sierra. it's going to be a dry day but also a warm day. temperatures in our inland valley today that will top out in the mid 80s. coastline temperatures right near 70 degrees, inner pay in
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the peninsula temperatures in the mid 70s. again, lots of sunshine coming our way. overall the bay is looking really light, but two key sports with problems northbound 101 on the peninsula heading up into palo alto right around the embarcadero off ramp an earlier crash left a coolant spill, you are jammed up out of mount ain't view westbound 237 to slow down for northbound 101. over in the westchester bay a slower drive down to university avenue the earlier crash has cleared and in the backup another crash. bay bridge toll plaza light. back to the today show.
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♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] 7:30 now. friday morning the 7th of august, 2015. we are going country. we have a live concert from one of the biggest names in music. keith urban is here and will take the stage for a full half hour. >> let's come on inside, take a look at the headlines this friday morning. the first primetime presidential debate is in the books and it lived up to the hype. donald trump made waves early and often especially when he refused to rule out a third-party run if he doesn't win the gop nomination. we'll talk to mr. trump live about that and more in a few minutes. a tornado ripped through troy, alabama, damaging a walmart shopping center, knocking down trees, flipping over cars. at least five people suffered minor injuries.
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and the first family heads to martha's vineyard a day ahead of schedule to kick off their annual summer break there. the president has no events scheduled during the 17 days he'll be on the island. coming up, going to extremes for safer cars. kerry sanders gives us a look inside a testing chamber where the temperature dips to 80 below to make sure you aren't stranded in dangerous situations. he looks cold. plus we wrap up our look at plastic surgery. in the house is dr. amy wexler. she is taking your questions in the orange room. we may have a surprise or two coming up. and from the rossen reports team, step in or step off. with hidden cameras rolling, jeff is putting people in really uncomfortable situations to see how they are going to react. for example, would you discipline an out of control child in a restaurant? or if you saw someone drunk in a bar who tries to drive home
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would you get involved to stop him or her? the results might surprise you. that's all next week here on "today." let's begin with republican presidential frontrunner donald trump joining us by phone. mr. trump, good morning. thanks for waking up early for us. >> good morning, savannah. >> we have a poll that has you winning this debate. a "time magazine" poll says you won the debate. here is not good news. a fox focus group after the debate, likely republican voters. some called you narcicisstic and angry and mean bombastic and one voter said you know you liked him when i came in here because he wasn't a politician. but right now he skirted around questions better than a life long politician ever had. are you happy with your performance last night? >> i am. that was done by a guy named frank luntz who is a real dunce, frankly. i don't know where he finds the people.
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i think he hand picks them to say whatever he wants. it didn't jive with anything. >> the focus group had 14 people that liked you. >> savannah, depends where you get them. i can do focus groups and say do this and that. i don't believe anything. he came to my office looking for a job, looking for work. then all of the sudden he's doing focus -- i had no interest in him. i don't believe in that focus group. it was an unbelievable evening. i had a great time. some of the contestants -- some of the folks i met there were fantastic. we had a great evening. >> one of the big headlines of the night came early on when you decided not to take the pledge not to run as an independent if you were not to get the republican nomination. you said later to a host on fox news the reason is you want to keep leverage in case the republican party doesn't treat you well. i guess my question is to you, is it more important that the republican party treats you well or that they win back the white house? everyone thinks an independent run means a democrat definitely keeps the white house.
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>> well, savannah, many people want me to do the independent thing. i don't want to do that. i want to run as a republican. right now as you know because i watch your polls all the time with great interest, but i'm way out in front. i'm i enjoying it, having fun, getting great respect from the leaders of the republican party. they see what's happening. there is a movement going on. the people are tired of politicians that are all talk, no action. that's what's happening. i want to run as a republican. i want to win the primaries. i want to run as a republican. i think we'll win. certainly that gives us the best chance of winning. i don't want to do the independent thing. i do keep it and it is leverage. there are positive things about keeping it. but it's not something i want to do. >> you were challenged a bit on some of the liberal positions you have taken in the past, the fact that you were once self-identified as a democrat you said, i have evolved the way
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reagan evolved. my question is how do republican voters know you won't evolve again? in other words, they are looking for a candidate of principle. how do they know you won't change your mind and go back to being a democrat? >> i'm the one who brought it up. they say you were a democrat. if you look at new york city where i live that's mostly democrat. you will rarely see anything else but democrats get into office. that's where i live. but i absolutely have gone the other way. i'm proud of having gone the other way. i use the example of ronald reagan all the time. not only was he a democrat, he was on the liberal side of being a democrat. i have evolved. i'm where i am. i'm leading in the polls. i want to run as a republican, not an independent. i think it will work out well. so far it is. even according to your polls. >> some of the questions had to do with prior comments you made about women. do you have a problem with women? is that an issue in the general election?
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the winner of the white house has to win a huge portion of the female vote. >> no. i don't think i do at all. in fact, if you look at "the apprentice" which nbc renewed a and wanted me to do but i said i'm not doing it because i'm running for president. you are not allowed to because of equal time laws. if you look, the audience was women. by the way, some of the names mentioned were not names that were familiar to me. we are going to look into that. frankly, the biggest applause of the evening was when i mentioned the name rosie o'donnell. the place went wild. it was the loudest applause of the evening. people got a kick out of it. it was an amazing evening and probably got tremendous ratings. >> you were asked about your past donations to democrats, specifically donations to hillary clinton. you said, look, i make political donations because i want to get something in return. when asked specifically what you got in return from hillary clinton you said, well, i wanted her to come to my wedding so she did. >> i said that as a joke. i was joking obviously.
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they said, give us an example. i said, well, she came to my wedding -- they both came and that was nice. but as a businessman, don't forget i have been doing this now for approximately two months. i have never run for office before. i have been doing it for two months. as a businessman i would contribute, like other businessmen, i would contribute to everybody and that's a fault of this country. you contribute and people two years later, three years later when you need help, they help you. you don't contribute, they don't help you. that's sad but a problem with this country. it's a problem that has to be rectified. >> before i let you go. you made no secret you didn't like some of the questions. you felt they were tough, unfair questions. to that i just wonder if you don't like questions coming from commentators during a debate are you ready for the toughness of
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not only running for president but being president? >> i thought the questions were unfair. i can live with it. probably you're number one in the polls and they ask tougher questions. i have to tell you, even the other candidates got off stage and said you know it's amazing that the questions were so unfair. they all felt how unfair the questions were. i enjoyed the evening. i thought they were unfair but that's okay. it was an amazing evening and i think it was a success. based on the drudge and time and "time magazine" did the poll and the numbers were astromnomical in my favor. maybe in your nbc poll i will even go up in two weeks when you reveal it again. >> we'll watch it for sure, mr. trump. thanks for being with us. >> thank you very much, savannah. >> onward. >> onward. >> to the next debate and the next few weeks and months on the campaign trail. >> al has a check of the weather.
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political heat and weather heat out there. it's going to continue through the south and it's not going anywhere. that's the top story for weather. that's the weather, scorching heat from oklahoma, texas, all the way into alabama. we have heat advisories and excessive heat warnings. for today, feels like 108 in shreveport. 112 in houston. look at new orleans. feels like 106. saturday, more of the same right into sunday. the heat continues. it is brutal and it is going to go into early next week. good friday morning. we made it to the weekend. we actually are done with the lightning and rain. you can actually see we're looking at sunshine in pacifica this morning and that sun extends all the way into san francisco, north bay and south bay. we're done with the rain, done with the lightning. inland valleys temperatures in the low to mid 80s.
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peninsula will be mid 70s for today, east bay will top out at 80 degrees, the tri-valley not as hot, 88 will san francisco, today up to 75 degrees. have a great one. weather channel on cable. weather.com online. >> al, thanks so much. coming up the male anchor of the "today" show who lost a bet and must run through the studio naked. not kidding. this is a real story. >> a bet is a bet. and kerry sanders goes to extremes in the so-called torture test chamber. >> it is negative 22 fahrenheit and, yes, i am in florida. coming up, we are going to have an all access pass to a place you probably don't know even exists. ing oxygen to my muscles. again! so i can lift even the most demanding weights. take care of all your most important parts with centrum. now with our most vitamin d three ever. you can help children all around the world grow up strong,
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walton beach facility in florida inside the world's largest cold weather test chamber. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. i'm in florida. i know that's confusing. it is c-c-cold. it's 22 degrees below zero right now this morning. to give you an idea or remind you of how cold that is -- let's take a hot cup of water here this morning and, boom, look at that. instantly turns to steam. this facility is at eglund air force base. they use it to test cold weather on jets, tanks and this morning it's the ford motor company testing the cold weather on their new car models. in the searing florida sun behind super insulated walls a hangar as large as a football stadium. so cold here it's snowing.
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it takes ten minutes, four layers of military grade protection before anyone can enter the ice chamber. ready. the car's been sitting -- >> since 3:00 yesterday afternoon. >> reporter: it's the perfect . . ] >> what's the computer telling you? >> the engine speed came up. >> reporter: if somebody gets a truck and it doesn't start what could happen? >> they could be stuck literally out in the cold. >> reporter: in a worst-case scenario a vehicle that won't start or an engine that ingested too much snow could put a driver in a life or death situation which explains why this engineering torture team wants to solve problems here before they get to your driveway. the mckinley climate chamber was the mckinley climate chamber was built 70 plus years ago during
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world war ii when the army air corps discovered combat aircraft struggled to take off in frigid temperatures. since then, everything from the stealth bomber to navy hovercraft has been put through its paces here. >> we can create humidity in the chamber. 51 engineers to test 75 new models before they go to market. all automakers put their vehicles through the extreme. some broken concrete to simulate bumps and crater-like potholes to wet roads where handling and braking is critical. even re-creating the sun to test for potentially blinding glare reflecting from interior trim. fixing problems before you even know there is one. >> if you figure it out here, i'll never know. >> that's correct. we work in the shadow.
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>> reporter: and in the cold. >> and in the cold. >> reporter: how cold can they get it in here? they have taken it down to 84 below zero. think about a glass with ice in it. do you know how it expands? same thing happens here. the hangar is huge, but the walls go out, the roof goes up, it expands, even the concrete floor goes down. it's like a living building. guys, i'm about 150 yards from the exit. as you can see from the thermometer it's 20, 22 below. but outside, it's already 84. i'm headed there in a minute. >> you're going to get the bends going from one to the other. >> run as fast as you can, kerry. >> thanks very much. >> thanks so much. >> i'm jealous. >> i know, right? carson what's going on in the orange room? >> coming up on popstart, the spice girls ready for a reunion tour but which member of the group will not be taking part? that's coming up. first, these messages.
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i'm ... ==anim== some breakingnews... ==pv a very good morning to you. it is 7:56. i'm laura garcia-cannon. we do have breaking news this morning and more trouble for san francisco 49er alden smith. santa clara police this morning confirmed officers arrested him last might. he is accused of hit and run, driving under the influence and vandalism. police are providing no further details at this time but the santa clara county sheriff's office does confirm smith spent the night in jail. last year he served a nine game suspension for legal trouble that included a dui along with weapons charges. he is now entering the last year of his contract with the 49ers. so far the team is not it commenting. bail set at $26,000. so did you catch the show in the skies overnight? people in starts of the bay area saw scenes like this, lightning strikes, a lot of them as a lightning storm rolled through the region. what are we in store for today? we had that light thing, it
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was spectacular but the great news, we are done that and the weekend as you look dry. we had showers move through as well, but it wasn't enough to make the ground wet. you will notice this morning the clouds are making their way out, we are expecting to see a nice bright day, it will be dry and warm inland valleys back into the mid 80s. 70s for the peninsula and san francisco. temperatures in the east bay near 80 degree. not a bad forecast. we are looking at slowing south 101, palo alto university down to embarcadero, northbound sees more traffic flow. the earlier crash and cleanup at embarcadero has cleared still jammed for north 101 and west 237 as they head in toward mountain view. a lighter friday volume of traffic allows some recovery for those speeds. we should see better flow out of san jose and also better speeds out of richmond the earlier crashes have cleared near the bay bridge toll plaza where the meet length lights are on but very little brachup.
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♪ everybody want to live your life ♪ it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, too early to rise? a new warning from the cdc for millions of american school kids. why sleeping in may be their best bet. then, inside jen and justin's wedding. how america's favorite friend and her long-time fiance managed to pull off a top secret star-studded wedding ♪ days go by ♪ and for the love of country. the plaza is packed for a live concert with keith urban "today," friday, august 7, 2015. >> john cougar!
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♪ never agree old ♪ >> i'm celebrating my 21st birthday with keith urban. >> keith urban! ♪ john deere john green ♪ >> urban cowgirls on "today"! >> we came from utah to see keith! >> i love keith urban. [ cheers ] >> we are back at 8:00 on a friday morning. it is the 7th day of august 2015. just take a look for a second at all the keith urban fans packing the plaza on this friday morning. we love having him here. he's been here several times in the past. he's got some new music out. we'll hear from him in a little while. >> i just realized not only is keith urban cute, his fans are cute, too. >> that's called pandering. >> it happens to be true. >> as long as it works. >> i need your vote.
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coming up, we have something different going on. we have been doing reports on plastic surgery. noninvasive procedures. we have a doctor here who's been answering your questions. here's what's different. two of the people you see standing on this stage will be undergoing live procedures. >> noninvasive. >> noninvasive. going under the needle. >> do they know this is happening? >> they do indeed. >> did you know? >> yes. we'll find out who they are. first, natalie, who is not one of them, will be inside with a check of the headlines. >> i wouldn't mind though. good morning, everyone. in the headlines donald trump says he won't rule out a third party run after his explosive rhetoric stole the show at the first republican presidential debate in ohio. the billionaire took on rivals as well as debate moderators after he was challenged about his remarks about women. >> you have called women you don't like fat pigs, dogs, slobs, and disgusting animals. >> only rosie o'donnell.
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i think the big problem this country has is being politically correct. >> earlier on "today" savannah asked trump to clarify reports that he'll run on a third party ticket if he doesn't get the republican nomination. >> i don't want to do the independent thing. but i do keep it and it is leverage. and it is -- there's some very positive things about keeping it but it's not something i want to do. >> trump addressed critics who say he's offending key female voters telling savannah his biggest applause of the debate came when he addressed the rosie o'donnell controversy. earlier, matt asked fellow candidate marco rubio if he could support donald trump should the florida senator not get the republican nomination. >> i also have confidence that our nominee will be someone who is optimistic about america. i don't believe america is losing to everybody. i don't believe -- i think this is the greatest country in the world. >> rubio also addressed the hot button issue of illegal immigration saying it must be
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addressed in a way that is uplifting. a frightening scene on a colorado ranch after a fiery pipeline blast. authorities say a worker digging a trench hit a gas line on thursday sparking an explosion that sent flames and thick black smoke several hundred feet into the air. people living nearby were ordered to evacuate but they're now being allowed to return home. officials say no one was hurt. environmental authorities are scrambling to assess the damage after a mine spilled orange colored sludge into a colorado river. officials say a blown plug is to blame. officials say the drinking water is not affected and the spill is not harmful to humans. finally, quite a shake-up over a new stuffed animal dancing on toy shelves. videos customers say were taken inside of a walmart store show this battery operated stuffed animal twerking. the provocative puppies are triggering a debate online over whether they are appropriate for
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children. wow. okay. >> i vote no. >> definitely not. >> natalie, thank you. >> now to a wake-up call for parents as they prepare to send children back to school. >> the cdc says schools are starting too early and it's leading to serious health concerns. here's our chief education correspondent rehema ellis. >> reporter: across the country, many kids start school at 7:00 a.m., often before their parents start work. >> i'm dragging my child out of bed at 5:45. i mean really. >> reporter: on thursday, yet another study was released emphasizing the harmful effects of starting school too early. the government report shows that fewer than 20% of middle and high schools begin at the recommended start time of 8:30 a.m. one expert says it is a public health issue. >> it's really biology that rules here and makes it difficult for the kids not only to fall asleep at night but to wake up and be ready and rested and ready to start the day.
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>> reporter: studies show sleep deprived teenagers not only suffer in the classroom but they are at greater risk of being overweight, depressed and more likely to smoke or use drugs and alcohol. some object to change arguing there is less time for sports practice and after-school jobs. conflicts in family schedules and money. it costs as much as $2,000 per student because districts need extra buses to transport everyone at once. an expense well worth it, according to the report. considering two-thirds of high school students get less than eight hours of sleep. it's a statistic that has many parents hoping that school districts will wake up to just how important those extra hours of sleep are. rehema ellis, nbc news. >> i'd love to see science catch up with what we knew as teenagers. i need to get more sleep. >> my children just called. they want a tape of that story
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for the weekend. and who's paying off a big bet by streaking naked through the studio? >> don't get too excited. plus, we are getting the "today" concert series going again. toyota concert with country superstar keith urban on the plaza. carson? i'm going to get ready for a live cosmetic procedure. this is dr. amy wexler. she's applying numbing cream right now. i laugh so much now with al we are working on my laugh lines. savannah has a little something coming up. first, these messages. we'll be back. it's like, if i buy a t-shirt and then change my mind i can return it. but a car? you don't reeeaaa eeeeeaaaaaly know until you've driven it a few days. i just want to be sure. ♪ ♪ as long as people drive cars carmax will be the best way to buy them.
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all right. we are back at 8:10. time to read the internet to you. it's trending people. >> it is. the airline industry going head to head with congress. how about this? we talked about airline fees the other day. remember that? things you would pay for. hard to take you seriously looking like that. >> this is numbing cream, mr. lauer. >> anyone who flies has probably thought they are getting nickel and dimed by the airlines. the government agrees. a senate report accusing airlines of ripping off consumers. among the claims many extra fees are hidden. you don't know you are paying them. charges for checked bags are pointless. do you ever pay those? >> for a heavy bag, yeah. >> consumers are duped into thinking they have to pay extra just to get a seat. meanwhile the airline industry not happy with the senate
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report. they are fighting back saying the claims are bogus. >> i bet people will be happy washington is looking into it. a certain the "today" show anchor lost a bet and therefore -- >> a beigewager. >> he had to strip naked and he had to run through the set naked. >> it was a he. >> let's look. it's "today" australia's karl. his cricket team didn't get enough points. he had to run through the studio. i love the cricket ball. that's a tricky wicket. >> here we would never make a host do that. here you have to spread numbing cream on your face. >> anything for the audience. >> are you going to be able to talk? >> we'll find out. >> you're drooling.
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>> the inside scoop on jennifer aniston's secret wedding and good news and bad news about the new spice girls reunion. carson take it away. >> first up jennifer aniston, her hush-hush wedding to justin theroux, the talk of hollywood. here's joe fryer with pictures from the secret ceremony and the possible honeymoon take off. >> reporter: looks like a sprint to the honeymoon after a dash to the altar. first jennifer aniston and then justin theroux boarding a jet reportedly headed to bora bora a day after they tied the knot. >> the world is happy for jen and justin. >> reporter: the couple married in the backyard of their home. a covert mission. >> did the guests know they were going to a wedding? >> there was a mix of information. some knew. others came to a birthday party and found out they were at a wedding. >> reporter: there were signs it was not a birthday party like the pastor clutching a bible walking into the house, and the cake topped with puppets dressed
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in a tux and wedding gown. >> they weren't looking for a big fancy black tie affair. for some people it was a pleasant surprise. for others it was about time. >> reporter: people says the select star studded list of guests included jimmy kimmel howard stern, and lisa kudrow friends in life and on a tv. >> rachel? >> oh god, monica, hi. >> reporter: jennifer aniston wore a wedding dress in her first episode of "friends." she was often asked when are you getting married? what about kids? >> it's constant. i don't know. i don't have a checklist of things that have to be done. >> reporter: of course she was once married to brad pitt who is now married to angelina jolie. three years after the engagement it seems jennifer aniston and her beau have finally said "i do." for "today," joe fryer, nbc news los angeles. >> congratulations to jen and
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justin. they are both lovely people. in a complete coincidence, the same day we learned of their wedding we got a new look at a movie starring brad pitt and angelina jolie. it's called "by the sea" wherehappyily married couple. here is a look at the trailer. >> are we going to talk about it? >> you know my reasons. >> you're nothing. >> you want to hurt me? hurt me. more. >> so it's for the kids. it's a kids' movie. >> pretty intense. >> "by the sea" hits theaters in november. the most successful girl group in history getting back together. the spice girls planning a tour for next year. according to a british newspaper it's timed to the 20th anniversary of their debut of savannah's favorite "wanna be."
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everybody is coming back except victoria beckham. too busy. she did tweet "love my spice girl girls." there is a subculture of people who collect expensive sneakers. they are called sneakerheadz. it is a documentary that opens today. >> most basketball fans will never forget michael jackson's famous flu game in 1997. >> after the game it was crazy in the locker room. they just won. people would reach down and grab the shoes. he was like, no, no. those are for him. started looking for a safety deposit box and that's where they have been ever since. >> kracrazy stuff. this is home of jeremy guthrie. he has a vault in his house just for shoes. 550 pair. he's a sneakerhead. >> he comes a lot. also wearing different cool sneakers. >> like jay leno with cars but
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with sneakers. these are the big ones. >> i love these. >> these are the kanye west ones. >> what are those! >> they were $200. now go for over $1,000. >> really? >> i like them. >> we have original jordans on the left. >> who here is -- >> not really. >> i don't collect. i love to look at them. that's it. >> these are wild. >> there is a sneaker museum in brooklyn. >> they have conventions. they get together and trade. >> sneaker it isheadz hits theaters and is on demand in two weeks. >> i can't wait to see your twitter feed for people who don't know what's on your face. >> they think i broke into the donut box. >> this is something i would never do. >> why are you? >> i work here and they want to do it for free. i'm going to do it for guys especially who never get any of
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the filler stuff. why not? >> seems fun. >> good for you, carson. i have tattoos. how much more could it hurt? >> you'll find out. >> we all will. >> injection in your face. it will hurt. >> the good news is it's been a slow hurricane season. so far we have had three named storms. two of them made u.s. land fall. at any time cause a lot of problems but one is the earliest season u.s. land fall. the national weather service just out -- national hurricane center downgraded. six to ten named storms. one to four of them hurricanes. maybe one hurricane but mostly it looks like it's a 90% chance of below normal season. low activity season 1982 six hurricanes. only two made land fall. one was named andrew. i'm anthony with your forecast here on this friday.
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we're actually looking at a nice hazy shot from san francisco this morning. no fog to report of and nonetheless, no more lightning or showers. we're done with that activity. it's going to be a nice bright and dry day. temperatures back into the mid-80s for the inland valleys. around the bay, peninsula, and east bay, temperatures in the upper 70s. san francisco, temperatures near 70 degrees. the hot spot will be the tri-valley with temperatures in the mid to upper 80s. have a great weekend. that's your latest weather. matt? >> al thank you very much. we are wrapping up our look at the secrets of cosmetic surgery. dr. amy wexler board certified dermatologist which will come in handy here and a psychiatrist which will come in handy here has been answering your questions on twitter. dr. wexler good to have you here. >> good morning. >> what kind of questions are you getting? >> a lot of plastic surgery questions. if i have a problem can it be redone? how do i find the right doctor?
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>> you are a real doctor right? not like dr. dre. >> when you go into practice in new york do you get the same questions over and over again? >> i spend about half the today educating patients. lots of questions, myths and rumors about botox and fillers. >> you have mentioned fillers. carson first of all, what are you doing? what's bothering you? >> nothing really. but these are called laugh lines. they are deep. she said it's a good filler. this is something i would not normally do. i have the opportunity to do it. not like i'm unhappy. >> what are you going to do? what's the filler? >> this is juvederm. naturally found in the skin and joints. we'll use the left as the before and the right as after. i will make it even. >> am i a candidate or am i crazy or do i look like the normal person who would ask for this? >> you look like the normal
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person. i think less is more. i will use half a syringe on each side. >> is it permanent? >> it's not. >> you're stalling carson. >> you're doing this nothing with these? >> not for him. >> oh thanks. >> matt later i will work on these. >> fine. >> is this going to hurt? >> not much. >> we numbed him a little. if you didn't would it hurt a lot? >> without numbing it hurts. this is a stress ball to squeeze. >> you want me to shoot this on your phone? >> oh thanks. >> good idea. >> when i'm injecting a patience -- ♪ i can't feel my face when i'm with you ♪ >> this is alcohol. we talk to patients while injecting them. talkasthesia get them through it. >> distracting someone. >> can you play music? >> since we are not shooting this close up for the at home
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audience i will shoot it for you. >> close your eyes so you don't see the needle. you will feel the first pinch. >> oh god. >> are you okay? >> i'm fine. are you doing anything? >> that's a great question. i am. >> oh the weeknd nice. ♪ >> there is lidocaine so it gets more comfortable as we go along. are you okay? >> it doesn't hurt. the numbing stuff helps. it's not as painful as a tattoo. >> close your eyes though. >> how long does this take top to bottom? start to finish. >> matt i don't need that much work. >> ten minutes. >> is that enough we'll see a result? >> can i do a little bit more? >> do more. >> is it hurting? >> no. you can feel it. it's pinch -- like a shot at the dentist. the first one. >> vanessa will hold pressure and ice. >> you do that. come on over to savannah if you can. change the gloves. what are you having done?
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>> i'm having a little botox. >> have you done it before? >> i did it seven years ago. i didn't like it. i felt like it made my eyebrows stick up. i have brinkle i have wrinkles but i don't care. i thought it would be fun to try. >> should botox be used for fun? >> don't be so judgy. >> we shouldn't send the wrong message here. >> it should be done by a board certified doctor. >> we have consulted. this is legit. >> this is alcohol. >> i don't have any numbing cream. >> they said you didn't need it. >> right. >> i'm using a tiny needle. >> that's little league. >> this is for vail when she gets older. >> no! terrible. i just thought it was worth trying. i may never do it again. i don't know. >> i think you will like it. the beauty of botox is it
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doesn't last. but while it's working the lines get smaller. when it wears off the lines aren't as deep as before. >> you are also a psychiatrist. >> i am. close your eyes. >> i work with someone -- >> smile for a s.e.c.ec. >> we'll call him matt. smile? >> yes. little pinch. >> what about matt? >> he questions my personal choices. it's fine. it doesn't hurt. well that hurt a little. >> you're doing great. >> it's a little prick. >> how many injections? >> i did four on that side four in the other, three in the middle. not many. i will do the other side after. >> is it expensive? >> botox is. someone did the calculation. it's like a latte a day. >> for how long? >> for as long as it lasts. >> for life. >> try to frown. relax. when it wears off the lines won't be as deep. so over time botox cures lines.
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are you okay? >> fine. i feel like botox can go wrong. what should people watch for? >> botox can go wrong if it is injected improperly. i like to use low doses. someone injecting you should have a lot of experience doing it. but it wears off. it is not permanent. >> i won't see results, right? >> takes two or three days to start working and kicks in over two weeks. it lasts three to four months. if you frown a lot. >> i do. >> you won't be able to frown. >> we are coming up to a hard break here. we'll check in with you in a second. how are you doing? >> doing good. >> you look surprised. >> we have a live concert from keith u
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anchor/cu good morning, it's8-26... i'm ... our breaking news...==topvo== mo trbl good friday morning. i'm sam brock. at 8:26 we're following breaking news. more trouble for 49ers star alton smith. police this morning confirmed officers arrested him last night. smith is accused of hit-and-run, driving under the influence, and vandalism. police right now are providing no further details at this time. the santa clara county sheriffs office says smith did spend the night in jail and last year he served a nine-game suspension for legal trouble involving an altercation at l.a.x. in total, smith has been arrested four times before, including twice for dui. 49ers right now are not commenting on this latest incident, but certainly we'll be following up with them. let's get a look right now at a friday light road situation
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with mike. >> overall, a pleasant commute. we have slower spots we'll talk about. north 101 and west 237 still recovering from an earlier crash. all lanes in palo alto cleared. north 280, an earlier crash now on the shoulder causing a little slowing. east 580, there's some debris slowing you down toward the dublin bridge. and a little slowing approaching the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights still on. no big drama. back to you. >> okay mike. thank you very much for the update. see you in 25 minutes.
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8:30 now on a friday morning, the 7th of august 2015. keith urban is the man of the hour. he's a good guy, chatting with some of the fans who have come out to hear him sing in moments for the next full half hour. >> that's today. next week we have more great music for you. why don't you announce? >> one of my faves. ♪ we've got bills ♪ ♪ we've got to pay ♪
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lunch money lewis hitting the plaza. love this song. next friday janelle monae and wonderland bringing summer magic to the summer concert stage. >> but wait there's more. two weeks from today,le you will really really really like this. we have carly rae jepsen with her brand of pop and fun on rockefeller plaza. ♪ call me maybe ♪ >> we have great music to look forward to. keith urban in a few minutes. the weather now. >> let's look at the weekend. show you what's happening. a slight risk of strong storms in the northern plains for saturday. we are looking at beautiful weather along the west coast. they could use the rain. gorgeous in the northeast into new england. that will continue sunday. look for rain in central florida on sunday. that wet weather stretching from the great lakes into the central plains. gorgeous weather up if you like the sunshine up and down the west coast. northeast new england and look at the parts of texas.
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once again baking all the way into oklahoma arkansas mississippi and alabama with air temperatures above 100. some of those heat indexes feeling like 115. good friday morning to you. i'm meteorologist anthony slaughter. waking up to sunshine this morning. the lightning and rain we had last night all out of here. we're waking up to bright, sunny skies. the fog we usually have in san francisco, not today. that's going to mean for a warm day. temperatures up to 70 degrees later this afternoon. east bay near 80. peninsula at 77. the south and north bay at temperatures in the mid-80s. hot spot today, the tri-valley with temperatures near 90 degrees. have a great weekend. that's your latest weather. get the weather any time you need it on weather channel on cable, weather.com online. mr. lauer! >> announcer: the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you
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by toyota. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> all right, al. thank you very much. this guy right here keith urban is just moments away from performing live on the concert stage. but first, how about we take a look at how he became the undisputed king of country? ♪ >> keith urban is more than just a country music superstar. he's a four-time grammy award winner a hit maker with 18 number one hits and a musician whose guitar skills landed him on stage with the stones and steven tyler, just to name a few. ♪ >> with 34 consecutive top ten hits the most in country music history, keith urban is country music royalty. before keith returns for the 15th and final season of
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"american idol," it's back to making music and working on his eighth studio album where his latest single "john cougar john deere, john 3:16" is already one for the record books. his fastest selling song in nearly a decade. with that hook he's everything we need and more. ladies and gentlemen, here he is performing his newest hit, keith urban! [ cheers and applause ] >> all right! ♪ oh oh oh ♪ ♪ i'm a 45 spinning on an old victrola ♪ ♪ i'm a two strike swinger ♪ ♪ i'm a pepsi cola ♪
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♪ i'm a blue jean quarterback saying i love you to the prom queen in a chevy ♪ ♪ i'm john wayne super man california ♪ ♪ i'm a kris kristofferson sunday morning ♪ ♪ i'm a mom and dad singing along to don mclean at the levy ♪ ♪ i'm a child of a back seat freedom ♪ ♪ baptized by rock and roll ♪ ♪ marlin monroe and the garden of eden ♪ ♪ never grow up never grow old ♪ ♪ just another rebel in the great wide open on the boulevard of broken dreams ♪ ♪ i learned everything i needed to know from john cougar john deere, john 3:36 ♪ ♪ hey, hey ♪ ♪ everything i needed ♪ ♪ that's right ♪ ♪ i'm mark twain on the mississippi ♪ ♪ hemingway with a shot of whiskey ♪ ♪ i'm a tv dinner on a tray trying to figure out the wheel of fortune ♪ ♪ i'm a texaco star ♪ ♪ i'm a gibson guitar ♪ ♪ a teenage kid trying to go too
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far ♪ ♪ i'm a jukebox waiting in a neon bar for a quarter ♪ ♪ i'm a child of a back seat freedom ♪ ♪ baptized by rock and roll ♪ ♪ marlin monroe and the garden of eden ♪ ♪ never grow up never grow old ♪ ♪ another rebel in the great wide open on the boulevard of broken dreams ♪ ♪ i learned everything i needed to know from john cougar john deere, john 3:16 ♪ ♪ ♪ i spent a lot of years running from believering ♪ ♪ looking for another way to save my soul ♪ ♪ the longer i live the more i see it ♪ ♪ there's only one way home ♪ ♪ i'm a child of a backseat freedom ♪ ♪ baptized by rock and roll ♪
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♪ marlin monroe of eden ♪ ♪ never grow up never grow old ♪ ♪ another rebel in the great wide open on the boulevard of broken dreams ♪ ♪ i learned everything i needed to know from john cougar john deere, john 3:16 ♪ ♪ i'm a child of a backseat freedom ♪ ♪ baptized by rock and roll ♪ ♪ marilyn monroe and the garden of eden ♪ ♪ never grow up, never grow old ♪ ♪ another rebel in the great wide open on the boulevard of broken dreams ♪ ♪ i learned everything i needed to know from john cougar, john deere, john 3:16 ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> keith urban. we have more music where that came from. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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welcome back to "today." keith urban spent the summer bringing country music to festivals across the country. >> we are happy he made a pit stop on the plaza. keith, good morning. >> good morning, matt. hello, savannah. >> you're constantly working on new music. your eighth album is coming up. it's already a hit. are you having fun with this? >> even more so. when you see the crowd out today it's phenomenal. how can you not have fun? >> you're getting ready for the 15th and final season of "american idol." >> yeah. >> is it fun to help new talent come up? >> it's extraordinary, yeah. this season will be a blast. >> are you a good judge of
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talent do you think? >> i mean i -- i know what connects with me. i know what makes, you know that connection. that's what it's about. >> judge this talent right here. see what you think. >> is this you, matt singing? ♪ well you meet someone, the only one ♪ ♪ take them by the hand ♪ ♪ make some love and then the baby comes ♪ >> good phraseology. >> all true too. she's so literal. i'm going to send her to hollywood. >> she can carry a tune. >> absolutely. >> she's cool. >> you have special guests here from the cma foundation. tell us about the work you're doing. >> these guys are from the bronx. they are part of a big organization. we are trying to get involved with music education in schools particularly. a lot of schools are doing away with it. there are a lot of musicians that aren't athletic. they are musicians and they want to pursue that.
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we want to make sure the schools continue with music programs. >> you pick up a guitar it can change your life. >> take it away. ♪ >> are you with us, new york? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ driving home tonight ♪ ♪ catching all red lights ♪ ♪ that's all right cause i don't want to be alone ♪ ♪ there's nobody waiting there ♪ ♪ cold and empty bed ♪ ♪ words i wished i'd said come on the radio ♪ ♪ ooh, ooh ♪ ♪ i don't know why i do this to
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myself ♪ ♪ ooh, ooh ♪ ♪ i know you're with someone else p.m. but in my mind we're somewhere in my car ♪ ♪ it's raining hard on the street light glow ♪ ♪ you got your lips on mine ♪ ♪ it's gasoline on fire ♪ ♪ i never will forget you grabbed my shirt and pulled it over my head ♪ ♪ fingertips slide down my back ♪ ♪ breathing hard ♪ ♪ steaming up the glass i'd give anything if i can bring you back ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh ♪ ♪ so i've been sleeping until noon in the same bedroom ♪ ♪ where i once held you and it's breaking my heart ♪ ♪ i should take down all those pictures from my wall ♪ ♪ promises we made won't fill this empty space ♪ ♪ ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ ♪ i don't know why i just can't let you go ♪
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♪ whoa oh ♪ ♪ ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ ♪ i know you're never coming back ♪ ♪ but in my mind we're somewhere in my car ♪ ♪ it's raining hard on the street light glow ♪ ♪ you got your lips on mine ♪ ♪ it's gasoline on fire ♪ ♪ i never will forget ♪ ♪ you grabbed my shirt and pulled it over my head ♪ ♪ fingertips slide up and down my back ♪ ♪ breathing hard steaming up the glass ♪ ♪ i'd give anything if i could bring you back ♪ ♪ oh, bring you back ♪ ♪ but in my mind we're somewhere in my car ♪ ♪ it's raining hard on the street light glow ♪ ♪ you got your lips on mine ♪ ♪ it's gasoline on fire ♪ ♪ i never will forget ♪
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♪ you grabbed my shirt and pulled it over my head ♪ ♪ fingertips slide up and down my back ♪ ♪ breathing hard, steaming up the glass ♪ ♪ i'd give anything if i could bring you back ♪ ♪ oh, bring you back ♪ ♪ oh oh ♪ ♪ oh yeah ♪ ♪ bring you back ♪ ♪ oh oh oh ♪ ♪ whoa oh ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ ♪ don't you remember ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ ♪ it was you and me ♪ ♪ parked down by the lake ♪ ♪ we were steaming up the windows ♪ ♪ steaming up the window fwlasz ♪ ♪
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>> keith urban, not finished yet. up next it's the song for you. you picked it. this is "today" on nbc.
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well leading up to our toyota summer concert from keith urban we had you vote on a song for keith to perform. here he is with your choice "long hot summer." keith, take it away. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i can't sleep ♪ ♪ ain't no sleep coming ♪ ♪ i'm just lying here thinking about you ♪ ♪ i'm in deep ♪ ♪ falling teep into the picture in my mind of everything we're
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gonna do ♪ ♪ over at the lake ♪ ♪ down by the river ♪ ♪ you can feel it start to rise ♪ ♪ wanna jump in my car ♪ ♪ go wherever you are ♪ ♪ cause i need you by my side ♪ ♪ it's fwon ees's gonna be a long hot summer ♪ ♪ we should be together ♪ ♪ with your feet up on the dashboard now ♪ ♪ singing along with the raid wroe ♪ ♪ it's such a beautiful sound ♪ ♪ when you say my name in the middle of the day ♪ ♪ i swear i see the stars come out ♪ ♪ when you hold my hand in the back of my mind ♪ ♪ just waiting on the sun to go down ♪ ♪ the sun to go down ♪
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♪ i wanna see your brown skin shimmer in the sun for the first time ♪ ♪ i try to be the one who knows just what to do to you to get me thatle smile ♪ ♪ one chance of meeting ♪ ♪ you were walking by me on the street ♪ ♪ i said hi ♪ ♪ that was the beginning of my heart spinning like these wheels in my head tonight ♪ ♪ it's gonna be a long hot summer ♪ ♪ we should be together ♪ ♪ with your feet up on the dashboard now ♪ ♪ singing along with the radio ♪ ♪ it's such a beautiful sound ♪ ♪ when you say my name in the middle of the day ♪ ♪ i swear i see the stars come out ♪ ♪ when you hold my hand in the back of my mind ♪ ♪ just waiting on the sun to go down ♪ ♪ the sun to go down ♪
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♪ the only place i juan that be is where you are ♪ ♪ cause anymore than a heartbeat away is just too far ♪ ♪ ♪ it's gonna be a long hot summer ♪ ♪ we should be together ♪ ♪ all i really want is this moment right now ♪ ♪ when you say my name in the middle of the day ♪ ♪ i wear i see the stars come out ♪ ♪ when you hold my hand and i look into your eyes ♪ ♪ i swear it looks like you're waiting on the sun to go down ♪
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♪ the sun to go down ♪ ♪ whoa, whoa ♪ ♪ oh, oh ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> keith urban right in the middle of the crowd on the plaza. he's back with more music later on. first on a friday morning this is "today" on nbc.
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the gang is back inside. a nice bit of music from keith urban. let's get birth today wishes from willard scott. >> they have fun in new york but not like we do this morning in nowang nowank connecticut. happy birthday from smucker's. take a look at sweet zoe hammill from st. clare shores in the great state of michigan. we wish her a happy birthday. she loves to cook. that's her thing in life. take a look at florence bruce, bolivia, north carolina. she's 101 today. she loves vegetables.
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hector richard is from albany new york. he loves to wind surf. he's 105 today. i see him going across the bay. this is joseph gallucci from morgantown west virginia. he's 103. he loves ballroom dancing. he dances with the stars and he's a happy man. we love new york and they love us. now back to new york. >> we love you, willard. thank you very much. post op time in studio 1a. >> carson. >> this is a polarizing conversation. people are like hey, good for you or why would you ever -- there is no gray area. >> there is a lot of stigma, especialliley for men. it's awesome that you did it. >> look at the before and after. >> looks good. >> there's before. >> handsome young man. >> oh my gosh! i like the before better. >> is that the after? no. >> it's hard to tell. >> see? >> do you like the way you look?
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>> sure. >> i like the way you looked before. >> didn't do much. >> savannah we don't see results for a while. >> are you angry or happy now? i can't tell your emotion. >> she's angry. >> the emoticons will go crazy. >> this is from smiling too much. it didn't hurt. fun to find out what happens. >> everybody lines i'm ... our breaking news thimorning: ==topvo== new video good friday morning. it's 8:56. i'm sam brock. breaking news this morning, new video just into our newsroom. this is san francisco 49er aldon smith walking out of the santa clara county jail a short time ago. police arrested him last night. smith is accused of hit-and-run driving, driving under the influence, and vandalism. smith is now out on bail. he says that there was no dui and, quote, the truth will come
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out. last year smith served a fine-game suspension for legal trouble involving an altercation at l.a.x. that was one of four separate arrests prior to this latest incident. two of them involved duis. smith is now during the last year of his contract with the 49ers. so far the team is not commenting. we'll have another update in just 25 minutes.
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salad and breadsticks. hurry in to create your tour at olive garden!i'm ... ==anim== we begin withbreaking news... ==topvo==new video st into o good friday morning. it's 9:26. i'm sam brock. we begin with breaking news. video into our newsroom just within the last hour or so of san francisco 49ers aldon smith walking out of santa clara county jail a short while ago. police arrested him overnight. he's accused of hit-and-run, driving under the influence and vandalism. smith right now is out on bail and on his way out of the jailhouse. he stopped and spoke briefly. smith says there was no dui and that the truth will come out. >> i need to speak. and i want everybody to understand this wasn't a dui. the situation that happened could have been handled differently. i apologize for everybody i did let down and apologize for how it all played out. as far as everything is concerned, it will work out how
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it's supposed to work out. that's all. >> last year aldon smith served a nine-game suspension for legal trouble involving an altercation at los angeles international airport. that's one of four separate arrests prior to this latest incident. two of them involving duis. smith is now entering the final year of his contract with the 49ers. and so far the team isn't commenting. also happening today, ready or not, outside lands is back. it takes place over the next three days in golden gate park. organizers say tickets sold out in less than an hour. tonight's headliner is mumford and sons. we'll have a look at weather and traffic after the break.
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welcome back here on this friday. i'm meteorologist anthony slaughter in for kari hall. you'll notice we have clear skies this morning, fog not visible from this shot. we had coastal fog and high clouds making their way out of the picture. the lightning and rain we had earlier, that's done with. we are expecting to see a dry day and warm day in our inland valleys.
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mid-80s there. cool at the coastline san francisco up to 70. let's check the drive now. here's mike. we have a backup at the bay bridge toll plaza but fast track lanes are moving much better. these lanes pretty much go to the end. not much path look at your map and you don't see a lot of slowing. east shore freeway a little late recovery and oakland past the coliseum there's a game tonight watch for post work traffic there. slowing still for 101 and 237 into mountain view. the earlier crash cleared long ago in palo alto but that set off the trend. very relieving on a friday. thank you very much, mike. back in 25 minutes with another update.
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taking a look at the headlines a wake-up call for parents as kids head back to school. the cdc says schools are starting too early with 20% of high schools beginning at the recommended start time of 8:30 a.m. sleep deprooied teens suffer from class and are at risk for serious health problems. the cdc recommends parents set a firm sleep schedule and limit screen time at night. at least ten people are dead after an outbreak of legionnaire's disease in new york. officials say another hundred people are sick with the disease caused by breathing in air contaminated by certain bacterias. the outbreak has been traced to five air conditioning systems. health officials say legionnaire's is easily treated with antibiotics but can pose a serious risk to people with
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weaker immune systems. a senate report released this week is urging the government to crack down on airline seats that are often unfair or hidden from travellers. according to the report consumers are in the tarkdark about air travel. some say air travellers are being nickel and dimed to death. the report says there appears to be no correlation between the cost of checked bag fees and the airlines that incur the fees. >> michigan wolverines head coach jim harbaugh already getting tough questions from the media. take a look. >> what's your question? >> how much milk do i have to drink to be big enough to be quarterback? >> can i give you a hug? that's a great question. i love that you're thinking about that. drink as much milk as your little belly can hold. >> i love that. that was 6-year-old brady
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carpenter. he's a member of the m go blue club. probably a welcome change from what coach harbaugh is used to. adorable. let's get a check of the weather from mr. roker. >> we are getting ready to go into the kitchen. something you had in rio while you were there. a look at the when planner. beautiful weather in the northeast and new england. low humidity. temperatures in the 70s and 80s. the heat is on through the south central plains. hundreds triple digits into the beginning of next week. beautiful weather along the west coast. they need the rain. as you look at sunday out west again the sunshine there. maybe a few showers around peuget sound. thunderstorms making their way through the northern plains and parts of the upper mississippi river valley. eastern part of the country still spectacular. we'll look for showers and thunderstorms in central florida. hey, happy friday. we made it to the weekend.
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we started off this morning with some cloud cover. the clouds are expected to make their way out of here. ocean beach our time lapse, we are expecting to see sunshine as we head through the day. the rain and lightning has made its way out of here. the microclimate brings the south bay back into the mid and upper 80s. 68 for pacifica. san francisco cool with a few upper 60s to low 70s. same deal for oakland expecting a high of 74. meanwhile, walnut creek will be at 91. livermore up to 88 degrees. have a good one. that's your latest weather. time to wrap up our one year to rio week on "today." i'm going to show you how to make brazilian-style skirt steak with chimichurri sauce. i love doing this. it's quick and easy. you can do a lot of it ahead of time and have a great time. fi . you have skirt steak, you could use flank steak, cilantro
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oregano, lemon. this is the skirt steak. again, just a great cut of meat. it's economical cooks quick. cut this in half. one of the secret ingredients is brazilian salt salgroso. look at the big chunks. that's fantastic stuff. you can do it outside on the grill. it's probably easier. but it's still simple. this is all you will do. basically put this salt side down. >> you didn't do pepper? just salt. >> just salt. you could do pepper but there is other stuff coming. >> you have the chimichurri. >> let it go for three, four minutes on both sides. once you flip it put on more salt. take this off. first of all, you want to let the meat rest. the reason is basically because the juices have now come up close to the surface. you want to give it ten minutes
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so they go back in. all right? we'll slice it in a minute. but in the meantime while this is resting you want to take your herbs. >> make your chimichurri. >> you can make your chimichurri. you can do it ahead of time. wash your herbs, wrap them in a paper towel and put them in the fridge. i like to roughly chop. take olive oil. >> this is so delicious. >> delicious. >> i mean you can taste every flavor. >> throw that in. >> olive oil, lemon juice. you have ore g ano. >> garlic. i like a lot. and red pepper flakes. mix this up. you can do this ahead of time actually. let it sit in the fridge. >> cool. >> it's great deal. >> salt and pepper? >> i like it like this. you can add salt and pepper if you like. you want to slice skirt steak, flank steak against the grain.
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>> i can never figure it out. >> this is the grain, the lines. if you cut along the grain it will be chewy. i need a fork. >> you want to cut against the fwran. grain. >> really thinly. >> this is so favorful. >> layer it on a plate and pour your chimichurri on top of it. what's great is if you have leftover it makes -- just put it on a salad with cherry tomatoes. it makes a great sandwich. i love it. >> good on eggs. >> i love eggs. >> i can't wait to go to brazil. >> it's amazing. you will love it. >> the drinks are phenomenal. >> for those of you that like to eat, for more on this recipe check out today.com/food. after a meal like this you may want to take a nap. we'll talk about common sleep
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♪ that will wake you up. we are talking about sleep. last week i shared an experience that i woke up in the middle of the night and realized one of my stove burners was on and i put a pot on it. at first i thought an intruder has broken in but i was sleep walking. >> we invited dr. carol ash from meridian health to help us aleve yat common sleep disorders. good morning. >> good morning. >> what do you think was going on with tamron's body? >> glad you didn't say in my head. >> maybe in your head. you never know. what could have triggered a first time episode? >> this is a common phenomenon. we call them parasomnian which is any abnormal behavior. you have two different circuits. one set of gears for the wakeful activities and one for sleep. the gears can get stuck in the off and on position. anything you can do during
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wakefulness, any activity can present itself in sleep with the conscious awareness of the process. it's still in the sleep state. so you could imagine what you could get up in the middle of the night and do. >> later in the day i started thinking about what i was doing before i went to bed. i was thinking about what i would cook for breakfast. i had a whole conversation about what am i going to make. i think i woke up to make the breakfast. i don't know. meanwhile, natalie mentioned we heard from a lot of people including a viewer on twitter who said she was sleep walking when she washed her hair with scalding water and burned her scalp. that's terrifying and part of the fear i have. >> you can get up and certainly some things could be funny. i have had patients that in the night find themselves on the lawn in their underwear. you want to go to bed with clean underwear. you could do dangerous things. there isn't conscious awareness. you could injure yourself trying to cook or drive.
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people will have sex while asleep. they have no idea they are doing it. >> are some of these hereditary? tamron said her mom used to sleep walk as a child. >> it runs in families. we believe there is a genetic factor. some of the things that cause us to present -- anything that causes your sleep to be disrupted. often times when sleep is disrupted, if you are stressed these things present more likely. the gears will get stuck between transition from sleep and awake. >> natalie mentioned her friend's son has sleep walking and night terrors. >> let's start with a child. what do you do? >> fist you want to get information. if you have these problems this is something that's dangerous that could injure you. you want to deal with it right away. children typically grow out of it. it's reassuring parents that it's okay. if the child is up wandering around you want to gently coax them back to bed. if you are around them they might be irritable, angry. that's not a situation you want
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to find yourself in. making sure you stick to good sleep habits may be all you need to do to minimize the problems. regular schedule diet exercise. things that -- common sense things that make a difference. >> i have to start going to bed earlier. >> have a good schedule. dr. ash, lots of information. thank you. >> you're welcome. >> coming up next this is definitely going to wake you up. we have another song from country superstar keith urban after this. 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 - surprise - they're not available because they cost a ridiculous number of miles. enough is enough... switch to the capital one venture card. with venture, you'll earn unlimited double miles. and using those miles is easy. just book any flight you want, on any airline. then use your miles to cover the cost. no blackout dates. what's in your wallet?
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hi. your daddy's getting a camry? yeah, i want him to have a really fun car. he's the best dad ever. best timing ever. it's our clearance event. here dad, it's for the car. who's the coolest kid ever? the truth is, in ten years that toyota will be mine. at our annual clearance event, get 0% apr financing for 60 months on a bold 2015 camry. offer ends september 8th. for great deals on other toyotas, visit toyota.com. you've invested wisely. thanks. toyota. let's go places. the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by all right. here it is one more time. country soup stare keith urban singing his song off his album "fuse," "raise them up."
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♪ ♪ raise them up i'm talking about a band that plays a song i like ♪ ♪ you sing along raise them up ♪ ♪ i'm talking about pickup truck shotgun seat there's the woman you're kissing on ♪ ♪ people who watch their season down in mexico it's just the whiskey and making a toast ♪ ♪ lift your glass to the sky come on home you've been gone too long ♪ ♪ tonight we're going to raise it up ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ raise them up you got a voice ♪ ♪ you have a choice
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go make some noise don't let them ever tell you who you are ♪ ♪ raise them up big, black and blue ♪ ♪ it's the truth it's what you do ♪ ♪ hand on your heart for the stars and stripes ♪ ♪ come in from the pouring rain sun pouring in the morning ♪ ♪ it's the secret life up to the sky ♪ ♪ has the flag flies think about ♪ ♪ tonight we're going to raise them up ♪ ♪ you're the one you're taken by the hand make a stand buy some land make some love and then raise them up ♪
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♪ raise them up ♪ ♪ raise them up to the sky ♪ ♪ raise them up and show everybody that you are fine ♪ ♪ raise them up raise them up right or wrong ♪ ♪ raise them up so damn high they can hear you screaming loud ♪ ♪ whoa whoa ♪ ♪ oh, yeah ♪ ♪ oh, yeah ♪ ♪ got to raise them up now ♪ ♪ raise them up ♪
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>> keith urban. thank you so much. we're back in a moment. but first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪ ♪ ee-e-e-oh-mum-oh-weh ♪ ♪ hush my darling... ♪ ♪ don't fear my darling... ♪ ♪ the lion sleeps tonight. ♪ [snoring.] ♪ hush my darling... ♪ [snoring.] ♪ don't fear my darling... ♪
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>> before we go tomorrow morning check out weekend today for more summer secrets. if you are considering plastic surgery they have questions to ask like whether or not you are healthy enough for certain procedures and how to find the right doctors. this when on "today." >> it's been a great day. you were in rio. you saw "hamilton" on broadway. >> it's friday. >> oh yeah. >> i have one more show to do. >> could be more fun news nation. >> kathie lee and hoda catch up with kevin bacon.
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♪ at those "big-name grocery stores." ♪ and did you know right now at grocery outlet a 10-pound bag of potatoes is just 99 cents! ♪ things that i know ... ♪ ♪ and love. ♪ ♪ grocery outlet. bargain market ♪ gñi'm ... our breaking news...==topv new video thimorning of san nc good morning everyone. 9:56. our breaking news new video this morning of san francisco 49ers aldon smith walking out of the santa clara county jail just a short time ago. santa clara police arrested him last night. he's accused of hit-and-run, driving under the influence and
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vandalism. smith is now out on bail. on his way out of the jailhouse he stopped and spoke briefly. he says there was no dui and the truth he says will come out. >> this wasn't a dui. the situation that happened could have been handled differently. and i apologize for everybody i did let down. and i apologize for how it all played out. >> police say there was a dui. last year smith served a nine-game suspension for legal trouble involving an altercation atlas los angeles international airport. one of four prior arrests to this latest incident. he's now entering the last year of his contract with the 49ers. the team so far is not commenting. well let's check weather this morning. >> hey well you know it's going to be a nice day. we had some showers and thunderstorms roll overhead last night. a lot of that activity has pushed out of the region. as it gets going a nice bright day, 85 for the south bay. san jose up there, 87 for los gatos, san mateo at 76. san francisco today will see a
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good mix of upper 60s to low 70s. up north bay, napa you'll be at 86. oakland 74 for today and the tri-valley will be nice and warm temperatures near 90 degrees. that same trend continues into this weekend with temperatures remaining seasonal. let's talk to mike now and see how the roads look. looking a lot better than it has all morning. i mean it's friday so we have a lighter flow. metering lights are still on cash lanes backed up fast track, look at that gone as far as the wait. the map will show you nothing really dramatic about the approach. we have the reminder the a's play tonight 7:05. watch for that slowdown past the coliseum. easy drive from north 101 just slowing through palo alto for both directions for the lane shift. you know about that. mike thanks. another local news update for you in half an hour. see you then.
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