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crash. slowing moving toward the shoulder. no surprises to the bay bridge. >> another local news update in half an hour. >> have a great wednesday. two more days closer to halloween. diego's airport.
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the second incident there in recent weeks. and they are kind of hot. one of pop music's biggest acts, 5 seconds of summer heating up the fall and we have a huge crowd counting down to a live concert on our plaza today, wednesday, october 28th, 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. 5 seconds of summer, or as we might say in an hour 5 seconds of soggy. >> the band is here, a huge crowd out on our plaza, they will play rain or shine in just a little bit. >> no umbrellas out there right
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now. that's a good sign. meanwhile, big debate tonight. we'll talk more about that, but we'll start with our top story. plenty of drama during the opening game of the world series between the kansas city royals and the new york mets, both on the field and in homes all across the country. natalie is here with more on that >> you said, it matt. it was a long night filled with drama, as you said but not because of the game. millions of fans were watching the royals take on the mets last night when technical difficulties brought the opener of the fall classic to a halt. >> we have lost -- we have lost our picture. hi. we're having some technical difficulties. >> in the middle of the fourth inning for mets and royals fans it seemed like it was game over. >> i don't think it was a weather problem because it wasn't raining at the time of this. we lost power to the truck, we're being told, but as soon as we regain power we will get it back to kansas city. >> reaction on social media was instant. this is what happens when you don't pay the bills.
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dear fox. did you try unplugging it and plugging it back in? for four minutes technicians scrambled as analysts stretched. >> all right. i hear our music. does that mean we're going back to kansas city? >> the broadcast resumed with fox sports international coverage forced to take over. >> and the u.s. broadcasters of this event are having a broadcast issue. >> for another nine minutes everything seemed to be fine until it happened again. >> once again, we're having some technical difficulties in kansas city. once we regain power to our truck, we will be going back there. are we heading back there now? >> it's not the first time things have gone wrong with all eyes on the big game. >> half the power is out. >> remember when the lights went out during super bowl xlvii or when an earthquake hit during game three of the 1989 world series in san francisco. as for this technical
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difficulty, fox released a statement overnight saying in part that a rare electronics failure cause the both the primary and backup generators inside the fox sports production compound to lose power. and as the fall classic finally got up and running, turns out it was only the beginning after the royals tied the game in the bottom of the ninth. it went on for another five innings past 1:00 a.m. >> into right. granderson back, escobar tags and here comes escobar. >> when the royals beat the mets 5-4 in the bottom of the 14th, the longest game one in world series history. the longest game one and the longest night for the poor fox announcers who had to do a mean tap dance. >> we've all been there. it's no fun, and our hats go off to them for trying their best. >> i know. i keep imagining some technician in a truck somewhere saying this wasn't for the coffee pot, no, okay. >> exactly. >> and, you know, the internet
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was not kind, that's for sure. one other thing getting attention, the father of the royals starting pitcher edison volquez died in the dominican republic prior to the game. his wife told the team and asked her not to tell her husband until after he finished pitching. the team also asked fox not to broadcast it so he wouldn't have to hear it in the clubhouse and eventually his wife did tell him after he was taken in the game after pitching six innings, and he left the stadium with his family so our hearts go out to him as well. >> absolutely. >> natalie, thank you very much. >> we move now to politics, the presidential race, big night tonight. the republican candidates set to debate in colorado with a new front-runner in place. ben carson has now inched ahead of donald trump in national polls. this is just the late twist in an already volatile race. we've got it all covered for you this morning. we'll start with nbc's national correspondent peter alexander. he is in boulder at the debate site. peter, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. this is debate night just ahead of us right now, and it will be
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the first real showdown between the top two republican candidates, two men with polar opposite personalities, donald trump and ben carson. how will trump respond for falling out of first for the first time? well, we may have got a clue overnight in a rally that sounded a lot like a locker room pep talk. >> when you get the numbers up, iowa, please. this is ridiculous. i mean, what is my competition. >> reporter: donald trump for the first time in months dealing with life somewhere other than first place. >> i mean, i am second, it's not like terrible, but i don't like being second. second is terrible to me. what the hell are you people doing to me? >> reporter: republicans remain deeply divided. only 48% say they would support ben carson enthusiastically if he's the nominee, just 29% for trump and only 18% for jeb bush. still, trump quickly cast a potential loss as a campaign win. >> it's certainly a possibility that i won't make it. i'll still be proud of my effort because i think i've done very
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well. >> i've about had it with these people. >> reporter: lagging behind in the polls ohio governor john kasich who stayed out of the fray until now ripping into his republican rivals, trump, carson and bush. >> i'm done with being polite and listening to this nonsense, and it's time we educate the american people about the consequences of very bad choices. >> reporter: after huddling with his family in houston, bush will try to kick start his campaign gearing up by hiking with veterans here in colorado but with weak poll numbers he faces a tough climb tonight. marco rubio's advisers telling nbc news they know he'll have a bullseye on his back. one major newspaper slammed the candidate overnight for his record of missing more roll calls than any other senator this year. the "sun sentinel" writing you are paid $174,000 per year to represent us, to fight for us, to solve our problems. you are ripping us off, senator. earlier this month rubio spoke out about the issue, defending himself on "today." >> everyone that's run for president in the past has faced this.
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there are times when you're not going to be there. my visions are for the country and for florida, and that's why i'm running for president. >> reporter: and it turns out the first debate battle may have actually started last night over green rooms of all things. after a walk-through here at the site yesterday, chris christie and the rand paul campaigns complained that the higher polling candidates received preferential treatment from the republican national committee. here's what the green rooms looked like. trump you can see with a spacious room, plush chairs, that flat screen. another tweet showed rand paul's with a white concrete set of walls and a toilet in the back and then for rubio, quote, check out marco's theater, all sorts of plush chairs in there for him and his team. all is well apparently thaernds well. the paul campaign tweeting out overnight they have finally upgraded their quarters and they are satisfied with the way things ended up. >> everybody wants a first class seat, right? peter alexander in boulder, thank you so much. let's bring in our panelist, nicole wallis, msnbc analyst and
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former white house communications for president george w. bush and steve kornacki, msnbc political correspondent. >> is it fair to say that donald trump is a guy who depends a lot on confidence and bravado and now that he knows he's no longer the national front-runner, steve, i'll start with you, how is this hit to his ego going to impact his performance tonight in your opinion? >> it's interesting. i think we got a good tees last night of what to expect that. bravado and swagger, he thinks he has to crank it up a little bit in the situation where the national numbers are starting to fall but interesting thing is this. the fact that it's carson of all people who has overtaken him. carson has to be his target. when you look inside the numbers, there is no republican candidate who republican voters respect, like and really you could use the word revere more than ben carson, so there's a big risk there for donald trump in turning his fire on somebody like that. >> nicole, if you're ben carson you're now the front-runner nationally how does name pact your performance? >> i heard something comforting from a doctor of all people who said he was an excellent doctor
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which doesn't surprise me, but back to trump's numbers. inside the polls it does reveal that people still think trump is more electable with carson, while they are having a love affair with carson, love his civility and demeanor and love his record as a physician, who doesn't love their physician, but i think that the political awards for chutzpah still go to trump and i lost way he answer the the questions in your town hall and he asked about humility and he said i can't show that side of myself so i think supporters will really like what they are seeing. >> i bet if you polled this group you would say jeb bush needs a breakout performance. he's been training his fire on marco rubio as of late and rubio was dealt a break. "the sun sentinel" said resign your seat. if you hate the senate, leave. how much might that affect what happens? >> that's one of the questions, too, because what jeb bush has to show in this is something he hasn't shown in these debates it's life, energy, that knock from donald trump that i think has haunted jeb bush the last few months, the low energy
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knock, so he's got to show up tonight, and he's got to show some energy, but he also has to deal with the fact that he's been overtaken by marco rubio and overtaken by ted cruz. he has to draw a contrast and the challenge there he's got ammunition to go after marco rubio but when it comes to glibness, the performance aspect of politics, marco rubio so far has been much stronger than jeb bush. if you're jeb bush and start that fight, have you to make sure you can win that fight because marco rubio can parry with you. >> others that need to turn it up, john kasich and carly fiorina who was boosted up after the last debate and dropped back down and we'll be talking about hillary clinton, and we'll talk about her in a second. how often do you expect her name to come up given last week because last week he she had a strong week? >> i think bush will show the voters he can be the nominee. hillary clinton is experience and her asset is confidence.
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that's what she will sell to the electorate next fall. he needs to present himself as a guy that can best go toe to toe with her experience in government. >> all right. nicolle wallace, steve kornacki, good to have you both here. thank you. >> more on the front-runner on the democratic side, hillary clinton, nbc's kristen welker is in new hampshire where clinton is campaigning today. kristen, good morning to you. >> reporter: hey, matt, good morning to you, that's right. secretary clinton will be far from the debate stage, instead courting voters here in new hampshire, but she's got her own battle plan heading into tonight. with republicans set to go on the attack tonight, secretary hillary clinton is preparing to counterpunch releasing four sleek new ads during tonight's gop debate in iowa and new hampshire, 309-second spots aimed at prebutting the republicans by painting clinton as a champion for working class voters touting equal pay and college affordability. >> i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message.
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>> reporter: new ad campaign comes as clinton is gaining strength. a new poll in iowa shows she's trouncing vermont senator bernie sanders by a whopping 41 points. 65% to 24%. it's the first poll of its kind conducted on the heels of clinton testifying before the benghazi committee, and after vice president biden announced he's not entering the race. part of clinton's strategy, distancing herself from some of the obama administration's more controversial policies, such as bailing out the banks, on display tuesday night when she appeared on "the late show" with escole sigalert if you're president. >> yes. >> and -- and the bakes -- and the banks are failing, do we let them fail this time? >> yes, yeah. >> we let them fail this time? >> yes, yes, yes. >> wow. >> they will fail, and the if they are too big to fail, then under my plan and others that have been proposed they may have to be broken up. >> reporter: all this while trying to connect with voters on a more personal level, letting
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people in on what she's binge watching. >> we finally finished "house of cards." it took a while because we were -- >> reporter: while clinton is firmly in the lead in iowa, the race gets much tighter here in new hampshire where one recent poll shows her running neck in neck with vermont senator bernie sanders. she will try to gain more traction during a politics and egg breakfast a little later today. matt, savannah. >> thank you very much. a reminder you can catch the republican debate, "your money, your vote the" tonight at 8:00 eastern on cnbc. now to a surprising shift out of washington. defense secretary ash carter saying the pentagon will step up its attacks on isis in syria and iraq, including the possibility of, quote, direct action on the ground by use troops. nbc's chief foreign correspondent richard engel has more on this. rich >> reporter: good morning, savannah. this administration has long struggled to explain its strategy against isis and it is struggling again with the white
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house insisting nothing has changed, even as the pentagon is considering an expanded role for u.s. troops in both iraq and syria. when american and kurdish commandos stormed into an isis prison last week freeing hostages, it was the first time the world saw combat against isis. defense secretary ash carter told congress there will be more missions like this. >> we won't hold back from supporting capable partners in opportunistic attacks against isil or conducting missions, whether by strikes by the air or direct action on the ground. >> reporter: but direct action on the ground sounds a lot different from what the president has repeatedly promised. >> the american forces that have been deployed to iraq do not and will not have a combat mission. >> reporter: the white house seems to want it both ways saying no regular troops will be in combat, only small numbers of special ops forces will do that.
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to some, it's washington double speak. >> anybody in combat is boots on the ground. the white house has been trying to play politics here and trying to convince everybody that special operations forces are not boots on the ground. >> reporter: the u.s. has already lost one soldier, master sergeant joshua wheeler in close combat with close isis. the pentagon says there will be more dangerous raids to come. so the u.s. admitting it or not appears to be getting deeper into the war on isis. and to make it even more complex, an iraqi official, a government spokesman told nbc that his government does not want american troops on the ground engaging in direct combat unless there is specific approval from the government. savannah and matt? >> richard engel on that big headline, thank you. yet another laser strike on a passenger plane is under investigation this morning. this latest ins up deucident ov near san diego.
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tom costello covers aviation for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. these lasers start out with a small point of light, but as the beam widens out, it can blind the cockpit and crew. this happened last night at 9:00 innen san diego as the american airlines flight was landing at limberg field. the plane was four or five miles out when the pilot radioed air traffic control they were hit by a green laser. >> a laser just south of a two miles inbound -- about two miles on the ground. the green laser just flying at american flight 563. >> reporter: the san diego airport representative says the pilot was taken to the hospital but american airlines says that's not true. the crew declined medical treatment. we have seen previous cases that the pilots have suffered temporary blindness including retinal damage when hit by a laser.
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the fbi said last year there were almost 4,000 cases of lasers hitting planes, targeting a plane with a laser is a federal crime. the penalty is up to 20 years in prison and a quarter million dollar fine. matt? >> tom costello in washington, thank you very much. in other news, former house speaker dennis hastert is expected to speak guilty today. >> an indictment alleged that hastert agreed to pay $3.5 million to an individual to hide a past wrongdoing. the indictment didn't specify but the a.p. reported the payments were meant to conceal claims of sexual misconduct. a plea agreement would allow the 73-year-old hastert to avoid trial and perhaps keep the details of the case secret. the storms tied to the remnants of hurricane patricia are going to expand today. dylan is here for al talking about rain and damaging winds. >> yes, that's what we're going to see. it's not raining here in new
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york and might hold off until the concert's over, that's a good thing. but the heaviest rain is through the great lakes. and later this afternoon this area of low pressure is going to intensify and that's when we'll see the heavier rain take hold of the east coast and move into new england tonight. wind gusts up near 55 miles per hour and isolated stronger storms once this whole thing intensifies that could lead to an isolated tornado. here we go through 7:00 tonight. that's when the heavier rain starts to fall from new york city down to philadelphia into washington, d.c. and then as we go into tonight and tomorrow, the heavier rain moves up into boston up through downeast maine. then eventually midmorning on thursday, this whole thing will start to pull away. but the winds will linger. we could see major airport delays, especially from boston into new york city and washington, d.c., later on this evening. how much rain will we see? looks like isolated amounts up near three inches. we are looking at a lot of onshore flow that could lead to minor beach erosion.
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the coastal flooding won't be all that significant, though. that's a look at the weather across the country. your local forecast is coming up in just 30 seconds. good. very good. you see something moving off the shelves and your first thought is to investigate the company. you are type e*. yes, investment opportunities can be anywhere... or not. but you know the difference. e*trade's bar code scanner. shorten the distance between intuition and action. e*trade opportunity is everywhere. good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. temperatures are now in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees in san francisco. a lot of low clouds after some early morning showers. and we may have more spotty rain moving through as we go through the rest of the morning and early afternoon. expect a high of 71 degrees in the peninsula and the east bay. in the tri-valley highs topping
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out at 73. 67 in san francisco while the north bay sees a high of 74 degrees n. the south bay, expect a high of 72. fbi and justice department open investigations into that violent arrest of a high school student in south carolina. this morning one her classmates who caught it on video is speaking out. >> and prince harry goes to washington. t but first, this is
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kari hall. >> very hit or miss, baugh heads up for san francisco area as we see more rain approaching the city. expect the showers to move in, some light rain. the rest of the bay area off and on as we go through the morning and early afternoon. highs today mostly in the 60s an 70s and a few spots in the mid 70s like in the tri-valleyment dublin expect a high of 73 degrees. i'll have another look at the forecast coming up. let's see how the commute is moving with mike. kari, like those temperatures a lot. looking toward the south bay, looking at north 17. we have a lot of slowing, but that cleared from hamilton. there should be recovery there. look at the northbound routes really tough. they'll start to see more traffic over the next few. a nice easy drive from the east bay across the bridges toward the peninsula where the build is on. there's the dumbarton bridge see are more than the san mateo bridge. 680, upper east shore and
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slowing through san rafael in the north bay. given the rain, not too terrible out there. that's going to do it for us right now. we'll be back in 25 minutes. here is the "today" show.
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nebra. wednesday morning, the 28th of october, 2015. fans of 5 seconds of summer have taken over the plaza this morning because they're here. the guys will give us a live concert. that's so cool. >> so cool. let's take a look at what's making headlines. the third republican presidential debate tonight. boulder, colorado, with a focus on the economy on our sister network, cnbc. an american airlines plane hit by a green laser on approach
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to the san diego's airport last night with 174 people on board. it landed safely. no arrests have been made. the kansas city royals beat the new york mets in a 14-inning thriller overnight taking game one of the world series. fans also talking about the power outage that knocked out fox's broadcast for several minutes during the fourth inning. game two tonight. coming up. how secure with your passwords? a lot of us string together a few letters and numbers. but should your password be much longer? why one expert wants you to break out your favorite song lyrics. [ laughter ] let us start this half hour with new fallout over a police deputy's violent arrest of a female high school student in south carolina. this morning the fbi and u.s. justice department are investigating as we hear from one of the other students who was in that classroom. today national correspondent craig melvin has the story. craig, good morning. >> reporter: matt, good morning to you.
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in addition to the criminal investigations, we learned a short time ago that senior deputy ben fields will be fired for how he handled that interaction monday morning behind me in the algebra class. the announcement expected to come at a news conference at noon eastern. the attorney for the young lady who was thrown to the floor says she is not doing well. across the country growing outrage this morning. the video now viral social media still lighting up. school resource officer ben fields called in when a student refuses a teacher's request to leave the classroom. >> she was tossed like a rag doll by a 300-pound weight-lifting man. >> reporter: todd rutherford represents the student seen in the video. >> she has a cast on her arm, injuries to her back, injuries to her neck, injuries to her forehead and injuries to her arm. >> reporter: tuesday night a
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tense school board meeting. >> you do not treat a child like that. >> that student was given ample opportunity to do the right thing and she chose to not do that. >> please stop blaming victims when they are the victim of excessive force. >> reporter: ben fields is a senior deputy and received a culture of excellence award from one of the district schools last year. nia kinney shot one of the videos. >> i told the class, get your cameras out, get your cameras out. because like we already know his reputation. >> reporter: what was his reputation? >> he is known as officer slam. >> kinney was arrested and charged with disturbing schools. she is out on bond. other students have a different view of fields. >> he is a really good officer. and sometimes he can be like pretty mean, but he can also be a really nice officer. >> reporter: sheriff leon lott says some say the officer did what he had to do. lott is viewing the video shot from a different angle. >> it actually shows the student hitting the school resource officer with her fists and
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striking him. what she does is not what i am looking at. what i am looking at is what our school resource officer did. >> reporter: nbc news tried multiple times to reach fields unsuccessfully. what would you say to those who say she is clearly resisting arrest. >> i would say to those that the officer had no business in the classroom. this were multiple things he could have done. nothing justifies what he did. >> reporter: long-time sheriff leon lott tells me that his deputies are taught to de-escalate situations before they use force, especially in classroom situations like the one behind me. i spent about 30 minutes with the sheriff yesterday, and guys, he told me that, when he first saw the video, he watched it through the eyes of a father. he has three daughters, i actually went to school with two of the daughters. he said the video made him want to throw up. the announcement at noon eastern. craig and savannah. >> thank you very much. walking around yesterday
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crossing in front of television sets. the video was on over and over all day long. it will be interesting to see what the investigations turn up. video a game-changer. moving to another topic. new questions about security online. we've been told to change passwords on a regular basis. are the ones we're picking way too short or obvious? tom costello is back with our hacking of america series. good morning. >> good morning. do you use the same password for most of your online accounts and apps? bad idea. cyber criminals, listen to this, are offering $7 to $20 per password. using your kids' names, the street you grew up on, maiden name and birth date could leave you very vulnerable. ther' some of the easiest passwords to remember but experts say some of the worst possible choices. a favorite sports team and a number, your high school or college and graduation year, a child's name and birthday.
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and maybe the worst password, "password". >> picked up 3,272 passwords in a matter of seconds. >> head of global research, compromised passwords trade on the internet like candy, usually in the form of hash symbols. james found some and fed the hashes into a common website used by hackers. and then -- these are people's passwords right here available on the internet. >> lots of them are passwords that people would assume are secure. >> not so much. password-being k password-cracking programs are constantly targeting any place that stores your personal information. how easy is it? let's say james is thankfully one of the good guys. >> this popped up on the screen. >> you have my password on the screen. >> costello 123. very original.
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>> most sites protect passwords but it only takes one breach to compromise you. most of us use weak passwords. like any word found in the dictionary followed by numbers. today security pros say you need at least 14, even better, 28 or 36. how do you remember 36-character passwords? >> take an easy to type sentence. you take the lyrics from a song that you can remember. you take "we built this city on rock and roll." >> 34 characters including the spaces. >> combine it with numbers and symbols and we have something that would be an astronomical amount of work for a computer but trivial as a person. >> use phrases, song lyrics or gibberish that you remember. mix english with another language. use the alt and shift keys. what if you forget your password? how do you answer the challenge
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questions? mother's maiden name? street you grew up on? favorite color? should you be honest with the challenge questions? >> lie through your teeth. if you use honest detail the cyber criminals can find the information and get into your account without ever having your password. >> i'll tell you, not all security pros agree with james on this. some say it's better to be honest about the challenge questions because you never know if you're going to forget your fake answers. but everybody does agree that using a password manager is a very good idea. you may already have it on your computer. it stores all of your passwords and helps you log in automatically. that way you only have to remember one password, not two dozen or so. back to you, guys. >> hope that one doesn't get hacked. what if they get that password? >> then they have everything. >> tom, thank you. >> thank you very much. let's get a check of the weather from dylan, in for al. >> a windy day today, not just
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in the northeast but back through the northern plains as well where we have some wind advisories for north and south dakota. winds could gust to 40 or 50 miles per hour. this could lead to airport delays. later today in boston winds gusting to 50 miles per hour later today. today right now, the area of low pressure through the western great lakes. that's where the windiest conditions are. as it moves to the east, we'll start to see the winds gusting again up near 40 to 50 miles per hour. so it's a powerful storm, and it's also producing a lot of rain too with, again, isolated amounts near 3 inches or so. we could see isolated severe storms through the mid-atlantic. on the back side of it, a couple good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. after earlier showers we're getting breaks in the clouds and still some light rain possible as we go through the morning and early afternoon. temperatures now 74 degrees and
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harry's quick trip to the u.s. today. >> he's here to promote an event he's championed for wounded service members and has packed a lot into a very brief visit. nbc's keir simmons joins us now from virginia. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. good morning, everyone. prince harry arrived yesterday night and leaves again tonight so women of america you have less than 24 hours to meet prince harry, plus he has to fit in a visit to see the president. he's being chaperoned by michelle obama and dr. jill biden. they will be here to see wheelchair panel and how terrific it is to see them together championing the interests of our injured service men and women. prince harry in london monday night for the premier of the latest bond movie. he's in washington this morning to witness real life courage. specialist sydney davis suffers
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post-traumatic stress, ptsd and at times she's been suicidal. playing sports helped. >> pulls you out of that hole that you're in, and you start to see your depression lessen. >> reporter: seeing prince harry today may lift her mood, too. you know you may get to meet him. >> i know. i'm trying to contain myself. >> reporter: sergeant blake johnson served in afghanistan in 2012 like prince harry. >> the american guys have been really nice to us, had a service with thanksgiving. didn't have turkey, chicken instead but still it was really nice and just the importance of working together. >> reporter: since then harry has been flying around the world, helping those in need, spending summer in africa, working on conservation and meeting sick children and even admitting he'd like his own little ones. >> of course, i would love to have kids right now, but there's
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a process that one has to go through. >> reporter: next year florida will host harry's games for wounded warriors. >> this is something that we owe them. we owe them this day. >> reporter: later today the british ambassador will host a launch party. >> harry has a particularly strong sense of commitment to the guys, the people with whom he fought. >> reporter: but guys may not be the ones fighting to get in. >> come for dinner tonight. >> i'm always very touched by the level of interest that young ladies have for the british royal family. >> reporter: particularly harry. hair is here for just 24 hours, but maybe -- he's still a bachelor. he's still single. >> no, he's not. >> reporter: yes. >> no, he's not. >> reporter: yes he is. >> you didn't have to tell me that. >> reporter: sydney expects to compete in these invictus games in may.
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harry actually got the idea from the department of defense at warrior games, guys, so he got the idea here and don't you lost way sydney, must be one of the few women in america who doesn't know that harry is single. >> because these three do, i'll tell that you. >> we're aware. >> beard or no beard. >> beard, definitely like it. >> whatever, i like it. >> i like anything, so, yeah. >> the dirty harry look. >> here, thank you. good to talk to you, good to see you. coming up. where do you celebrate your birthday if you're one of the biggest stars in the world? katy perry's choice might surprise you. >> and carson is here with your reaction to the world series reaction to the world series johnson's believes that bath time is more than cleansing and moisturizing, . . .
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for the warriors and their fans. more than 19-thousand packed the house last nightt good wednesday morning at 7:56. i'm sam brock. if you're sleepy eyed this morning, maybe you were up late watching this. what an evening for the warriors and their fan base. more than 19,000 packed the house at oracle arena as the world champs listened to queen play the song and they received their rings and unfurled the championship banner. warriors hall of famer rick berry posted this picture on twitter of his championship ring from 1975 compared with the brand new version for the warriors own, joke lakem. a slight upgrade in diamonds and size. meantime, the wars warriors were not the only ones honored, two of the three hero whose stopped the terror attack on a pir ris-bound train in august sat courtside. anthony sadler and spence are stone got a standing ovation. stone appears to have recovered from a stabbing earlier in month
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in sacramento. good to see them getting cheers there. as far as what else happened on the court, the dubs dominated the pelicans 111-95. let's get a quick check with kari. >> most of us taking a break from the rain and breaks from the clouds, too. temperatures in the lower 60s. as we go through the day, still a chance of showers in the morning and early afternoon. a high of 67 degrees expected in san francisco. 71 in the east bay and peninsula and the south bay up to 72 degrees. 74 in the north bay. let's get a look at how the roads are moving with mike. traffic getting a break right here in north san pedro. look at your map. the southbound direction of 101, slow from highway 37 in know have had dough through san rafael. upper eastshore freeway slow, a crash around golden gate fields as well. no problems in san mateo or the dumbarton bridge. slowing northbound recovering
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280 into los altos. back to you. >> mike, thank you for the update. we'll be back in 25 minutes with another local news report.
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summer. >> thank you. >> they're so cool. >> yes! also counting down to our big halloween extravaganza friday morning on the plaza. all about "snl" last year. we recreated some of our favorite characters. how will we top that? tune in to find out. from all my years at crl i'm trained for this. >> there are thousands of screaming girls here, and i feel right at home. you may have seen these on your local news this morning. >> that's right. everybody getting ready for halloween. let us get a check of the top stories. we're not allowed to give candy out to these people, by the way. natalie is inside with the top stories. good morning. donald trump and ben carson have switched places in the polls ahead of tonight's third republican presidential debate.
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cnbc's carl quintonnea is one of the moderators. good morning. >> it's the first debate to take place since ben carson threatened donald trump's lead in the polls. we'll watch closely the interaction between those two. jeb bush and carly fiorina, as the race begins to tighten it's more important than ever that those candidates are seen as having had a strong performance. we'll a talk about taxes, jocbs the new agreement to raise the debt limit. the set is constructed. the lecterns are in place. the candidates will have walk-throughs later on today. cnbc's coverage begins at 5:00 p.m. eastern time. natalie. >> we'll all be watching, carl. watch tonight at 8:00 eastern time on cnbc. hillary clinton meanwhile is campaigning in new hampshire today. she is also gone on the offensive with new ads that portray her as a champion of working-class women, touting support for equal pay and college affordability.
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meantime, a new poll in iowa shows her widening her lead to 41 points over bernie sanders. it's the first poll of its kind conducted after her benghazi testimony and vice president biden's decision to stay out of the race. u.s. military will step up its attacks on isis including direct action on the ground in both iraq and syria. defense secretary ash carter told congress tuesday there will be more missions like the hostage rescue last week that claimed the life of master sergeant joshua wheeler. however, the obama administration insisted tuesday that it has no intention of long-term ground combat. police dash-cam video released tuesday shows a south carolina police officer fatally shooting a teenaged boy during a drug sting in july. state prosecutor decided that the officer, lieutenant mark tiller, will not face criminal charges. they say the target of the operation was the car's female passenger but the driver was
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shot as he sped off. tiller says he thought he was threatening to run him over and fired shots to protect himself. philadelphia police looking for the public's help to catch two robbery suspects who stole a bag from a man sleeping on a subway train. surveillance video shows the couple grab the bag and take off for the door. the man wakes up and chases them down the subway platform. he catches them. there is a struggle. at some point the victim was hit with a stun gun. he falls backward onto the train tracks. the couple then picks up the bag and runs away. the victim was taken to the hospital, where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. and happy ending in the search for a missing sleep walker. after the 19-year-old woman was found safe nine miles away from home. it all unfolded near denver tuesday morning. taylor gammel's father called police when he realized his daughter wasn't in bed at 6:00 a.m. police brought in bloodhounds. after an hour-long search
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taylor's cousin found her bare foot sleeping on the couch nine miles away. still unclear how she got there. witnesses say they saw her near a bus stop. her father says she has a history of sleepwalking but not usually to this extreme. maybe time to get checked out for this. >> i used to do that. i would never leave the house but that's wild. thank you. shifting gears. a new campaign focusing on body image. it has a title that's getting a lot of attention. here is nbc's morgan radford. >> today everyone seems to hay fat is horrifying. >> jess baker is on a mission to redefine a word and all it can mean. >> the word fat is not inherently negative. >> she is saying enough is enough. >> no one is told they're okay and it ruins lives. >> she made headlines in 2013 with her "attractive and fat" campaign a direct response to
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abercrombie & fitch's ex sclusive sisclu collusive sizing. she has now written a book. >> this is a book for all people, sexes, abercrombie & fi exclusive sizing. and she's written a new book "things no one will tell fat girls," a book for all girls, applies to everyone. >> reporter: in it she writes 81% of 10-year-olds are afraid of being fat. 40% of 10-year-old girls have tried to lose weight and 91% of all women diet because they are unhappy with their bodies. you're not a better person if you eat carrots and you're not a messup if you eat pie. but what about critics who say, look, it is better to eat carrots than pie. are you ignoring a larger health message here? >> that question is so much bigger than a body size. you can't take care of something that you hated. loving every single part of yourself is the first step towards your version. you get to choose, your version of a happy, healthy and when i say healthy i mean mentally, physically and emotionally lifestyle.
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>> reporter: her message is going viral with her campaign fat girls can. >> fat girls can wear horizontal stripes, run marathons, dance, find love. >> reporter: her words have struck a chord, from celebrities like ashton kutcher to everyday women. >> nothing needs to change in order for you to go out and live your life. >> loving who you are in this moment is huge. >> reporter: are there ever days where you wake up and you don't feel like the most confident woman in the world? >> i always try to tell people that you're going to have bad days in the middle of trying to learn to love your body because that's just the way it is. you brush yourself off, and you just keep going. >> reporter: because happiness, she says, isn't a size, it's a sanctuary you build for yourself. for "today," morgan radford, nbc news, san francisco. >> i like how she puts that. >> absolutely. all right. next up, do you always force your kids to say i'm sorry? why it might be time for you to stop doing that. >> all right. plus, drew barrymore opening up about her unusual upbringing and
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what she plans to tell her own kids about it. and today's fear factor gets you ready for halloween. >> reporter: good morning. you've seen a horror movie where you're shouting don't go in there. well, i'm about to go into frankenstein's castle. find out what happens coming up on "today." there's nothing wrong in here. it's not scary. guys have been cool with everything. you were cool with my band. you were cool with that english accent phase. remember that? that theater troupe. hey, could you give me a second please. but state farm's helping me be really smart with my money and i've got my own pad now. oh, no big deal. mom, dad, my new place doesn't allow pets. dylan's gonna have to stay here. one love pops. start out right in life. with everything from renters insurance to your first bank account, state farm is there. you can't breathed. through your nose. suddenly, you're a mouthbreather. well, just put on a breathe right strip which instantly opens your nose up to 38% more than cold medicine alone.
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back now, time for "trending." here's something you should know while you're out driving. you're driving down the road and see a homeless person standing by the side of the road and sometimes they hold signs and it actually might not be a homeless person as all. it could be a police officer. authorities are now going extra miles to catch distracted drivers. in maryland an undercover cop held a sign that read i am not homeless. i am a montgomery county police officer looking for cell phone, texting violations. some drivers, to prove the point, were so distracted they didn't even read the sign because they were busy holding their cell phones and texting. >> my gosh. >> the experiment lasted two hours and during that time, they issued 35 traffic citations to drivers who simply got caught doing what they shouldn't have been doing. >> if i saw that sign i'd give that person money, that's the most creative sign a homeless person has ever made. >> hold on, let me text someone about this. >> take a selfie. let me show you a picture and ask you what this looks like you
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to. >> aftermath of a party. >> big party. >> champagne bottles and streamers everywhere but it's not that. it's actually an art installation at a museum in rome, or at least it was. get this, guys. a new janitor who started at museum saw it. >> yes. >> he thought, oh, there was a party here, it's garbage left behind so he cleaned it all up. >> that's hilarious. spic and span, it's gone. >> whoopsy. >> that is great. >> love this. >> i can't blame him. i would have cleaned him. >> you can't fire him for that. >> the museum says it's going to be able to retrieve everything except for the 30 bottles of champaign. by the way, carson, you were mentioning this to me, obviously the installation was meant to be a commentary on italy's politics. >> carson is happy to replace the 30 empty champagne bottles. >> all right. when your kids misbehave, it's your instinct to do something
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like say you should apologize, right, and make them say i'm sorry, but a child psychologist says you should never force them to say that. she argues most kids don't mean it when you force them and you could be shaming them and only making them feel worse. so what is a parent to do? well, you're supposed to help them figure out how to fix the situation. the psychologist laura markham says give your child some ideas, but ultimately let the child choose what he or she should do to make things better. >> what do you think? >> i can understand that. >> case-by-case better. >> but if the child did something a little egregious and wrong they should feel something. >> isn't that what you're teaching them. >> that you're not proud of something. >> i say sorry for everything. someone walks into me, it's like i'm sorry, so i guess i don't really mean it after a while. >> i guess i was forced to say i'm sorry when i was little. it worked. >> good person, good heart. >> 6-year-old who gets it, my
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3-year-old, i feel like she might feel a little bit of that shame. it's an interesting point. >> it is. it would be better if it came from the heart but at some point you have to teach them. earlier natalie was talking about the major disruption at the world series. and the on twitter people vented about the so-called technical difficulties when the world series went out for a couple of minutes. of course, people had some time on their hands. >> right. >> if the game wasn't on so they came up with fun names. exclusive image of the fox sports broadcasters during the outage. a look inside the fox sports control room, and when the game resumed, of course, sources say this is the man who brought back fox's world series. >> that's the hero. >> love it. >> yay. >> the griswolds. >> bad karma for us to be pulling up. >> a lot of fun. >> i know. >> at their expense. >> exactly. >> all right. now to khloe kardashian speaking out about lamar odom. what stunned "the voice" coaches into silence? carson? "pop start." >> that was my orange room hit.
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first, khloe kardashian speaking out for the first time since lamar odom was hospitalized and setting the record straight about their relationship. khloe is on the cover of "people" magazine just out this morning responding to rumors that their divorce is off following his hospitalization. khloe saying that while she still loves lamar the two are not getting back together. there you go. jimmy fallon had a bit of a roller coaster week, we all know, that celebrating at harvard he injured his other hand so the news he broke on his show last night is pretty fitting. jimmy is getting his own roller coaster ride at universal orlando resort called race through new york starring jimmy fallon. it will open in 2017. jimmy saying it will be just like the harry potter ride except it's new york city, maybe they will be sitting in little jagermeister bottles. >> next to the hospital. >> yeah, right. >> and you're one of the biggest pop stars in the world and where do you celebrate, guys, anywhere you want. >> paris. >> eiffel tower. >> broadway show.
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>> you have it at the coliseum. >> if you're katy perry you go to your local olive garden. the katy and her crew marking the big day with endless pasta, there in the back room in the original dress and posted this image on instagram with the #thosebreadsticks. >> that explains it all, seriously with the bread sticks. >> and the salad. >> and finally "the voice," and had a great time with the coaches last night and matt could barely get a word in and last night they were stunned into silence from one performance. before we show it to you, take a look at the coach's reaction. a contestant sang adele's "set fire to the rain" and could not believe what they were hearing. here's what they were watching. ♪ sometimes i wait by the door ♪ i can't help looking for you ♪ cause the fire of the rain ♪ into the plains
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♪ the last time, the last time >> that is jordan smith, 21 years old. needless to say jordan won that knockout round. what a voice, coaches were stunned. >> incredible. >> i don't remember. >> still a blur. >> more of that in a minute. >> ladies and gentlemen, back to you. >> just lost the signal. >> jordan's got a great coach. can't go wrong. >> we'll be naming that coach tomorrow. >> got stunned into silence, carson. >> i don't know the answer to that. they did not write that in that script. >> google it. >> there you go. >> dylan, how about a check of the weather. >> you'll never hear about it again, don't worry. >> i watched, it too, and i can't remember. >> we've already shot season 12. >> i know. >> let's take a look at the weather with -- i don't have a
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weather map either. >> technical problems. >> we zoom right into the world series forecast there. there we go. we are looking at a pretty decent evening tonight. the first pitch it should be clear and breezy and temperature at 58 degrees. the last pitch should be 47 unless the game goes until after 1:00 in the morning and then it will be a whole lot colder. we'll see what happens. we have a lot of rain moving through parts of the great lakes region and extending up into buffalo where there's downpours and this area of low pressure that will intensify through the day. it will kick up winds from 45 to 55 miles per hour and all the major airports in the mid-atlantic up into new england. also the west coast is dealing with some rain from seattle all the way down into southern california. temperature-wise, we're looking okay for the southeast. good morning. a little bit of light rain across the bay area. it will be hit or miss as we go through the morning and early afternoon. temperatures now in the upper 50s to lower 60s.
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the winds increasing as we go through the day. expect a high of 71 in the peninsula and east bay. the tri-valley will see highs up to 73. san francisco, 67. some mid 70s for the north bay while the south bay sees a high of 72 degrees. >> and that's your late forecast. >> i don't mean to interrupt but i just want to say young man jordan myth is on team adam. >> just kidding. >> you knew it all along. >> we have the following sentence. >> this is -- >> "the voice." >> dylan, thank you very much. now today's fear factor as we count down to halloween by taking a closer look at the real life roots of some of your favorite monsters. >> this morning, it's all about frankenstein. nbc's keir simmons got a chance to visit the freely frankenstein castle. >> it's alive! >> it's alive, it's alive. >> reporter: a monster. a demon. a creature. >> oh, my god.
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the frankenstein monster! >> reporter: from the imagination teenage author mary shelley who 200 years ago dreamed up frankenstein in this house in switzerland. her inspiration was across europe in a place of horror. >> we shall create a life out of death. >> reporter: in fiction, like in the new movie "victor frankenstein," a scientist raised the dead. >> you're alive. >> that's rather obvious. >> reporter: in fact, it was based partly on a true story n.1813 mary shelley traveled through germany where in a remote village she may have heard a dark history. can anyone tell me the way to castle frankenstein? >> yeah. >> can i come in. >> welcome to castle
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frankenstein. >> reporter: walter has spent 1 years researching this decaying castle. >> this is the area that mary shelley looked around. >> reporter: the castle was once home to a noble family. so these are the frankensteins. and one of them was a real mad scientist. so this is him. >> he's the real father of the monster. >> reporter: he experimented on bodies dug up from a nearby cemetery. >> he made his experiments with the parts of the body and this electricity, and this tower was the place where a flash of lightning gave electricity to the body. >> reporter: and made it come alive. unlike in the classic universal movies, no monster was ever brought to life. >> frankenstein. >> reporter: and there was no walking dead terrorizing the village.
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but -- >> a lot of people around here, they say this is a very bad place to stay during the night. the devil is playing. i don't know, i've never seen him. >> reporter: you've never seen the devil. >> never. >> reporter: i'm glad i'm with you. >> maybe i'm the devil. good night, my friend. >> reporter: okay. let's not hang around here. >> good night. bye-bye. >> reporter: for "today," keir simmons, nbc news, castle frankenstein, germany. >> by the way, the castle preparing to throw a huge halloween party. the yearly tradition started 40 years ago by u.s. airmen stationed nearby. >> now outside to carson. >> mother nature must be a 5 seconds of summer fan because we're out on the series concert i'm ... ==anim== happening
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today: ==topvo== a very good morning to you. it is 8:26. happening today, a huge bass pro shop opening its doors in the south bay. along highway 85 in san jose. if you are familiar with the area, you have seen it go up. you know how congested it can be with the costco nearby. this will add more traffic. the closest bass pro shop before this one opened up was in mantiqua. the store opens tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m. they even have a bowling alley. >> we are looking over here toward san jose. it's slow for 101.
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let me show you the area, the bass pro shop right there. there's tailgating starting this afternoon over there as well. slow in the northbound rounds. 280 recovering slow where there was a crash. looks like there's some recovery there as well as for 101 easing in through san jose. no surprises. slow on both sides of the bay. bay bridge and oakland drags past the coliseum. >> another local news update in half an hour. ♪
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our behinds. here for 5 second of summer. >> the concert is about to come up. dylan has promised these people it will not start raining until this is over. >> and it's not raining yet. >> their new album burning up the charts and some of these fans have been waiting out here for days. >> and also this morning, drew barrymore talking about her childhood and her relationship with her mom that's sometimes turbulent and what she learned from being on her own since 14 years old that's now helping her as a mom. >> also, natalie embarks on another big adventure visiting one of the most well known landmarks in america and got to do something very few people got to do. is the there a height that you are afraid of? >> you know, i definitely put it to the test. i was about 630 feet above st. louis, the gateway arch. we'll have more on my travels coming up, but i got a unique look that very, very few people actually get to have. >> that is cool, beautiful. >> dylan, a check of the weather.
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>> no rain until after this concert, but we will see some heavy rain move through later on today. we are looking at also very gusty winds. gusts up to 45, 50 miles per hour from the mid-atlantic and great lakes today. tonight this whole storm system moves up into new england where we will see heavier rain into boston. gusts could be as high as 50 to 60 miles per hour, and then tomorrow we're also looking at some snow to develop back good morning. a couple spotty light showers across the bay area this morning. we will get clearing and highs in the low 70s in the south bay. foster city, 69 degrees. 66 in the marina. in the north bay, 70 in napa and oakland. dublin, a high of 73. our winds will increase as we go through the day. skies clearing later on this evening.
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>> and i think we've found the best seat in the house. how excited are you girls? >> very. >> very excited. >> what song are you hoping they play next "she's kinda hot". >> and i think there's a chance that that could be the next song coming up. guys? >> dylan, thank you very much. now to our revealing conversation with drew barrymore. her journal frechild star to hollywood a-lister is filled with interesting chapters and opens up with some of them in her new autobiography called "wild flower. ". >> the life is when you remember it is not in order so i thought these stories would be better like a shuffled deck of cards because that's truly how we remember our lives. >> drew barrymore has lived a fascinating life, famous by age 7. >> thanks for this award. >> and after starring in the hit film "e.t." >> aghh!
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>> at 1 she was emancipated from her mother, one of the chapters in her life and new autobiography "wild flower." >> the one of the sentences that stood out to me in your book when you talked about your mom you said zero protection, zero consistency. >> yeah. >> and that's a haunting sentence. >> yeah, and i hope, you know, that she knows when she reads it, because we've talked about, you know, the book and she's going to read it, but i think she will understand, and, you know, she will read in the next sentence that i give her a compliment, but, yeah, our lifestyle together was not traditional, so putting it mildly. like walking away from my mom and shaking hands and saying we need to emancipate. that was the facts, where our journey led us to and we were actually okay with that that's where we needed to go at that point. the laundry is what took me down. >> i just want to focus for a moment on the literal fact that as a young girl.
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>> yeah. >> you hadn't been taught how to do the laundry. >> yeah. >> or you need to clean out your fridge. >> yeah. >> all those foundational elements were missing which i find to make it all the more impressive what you've made of yourself. >> thank you. ikea furniture will also send one into a very dark spiral. >> that little wrench. >> yeah. i feel like i could run a company but that ikea furniture still to this day i'm like how is that going to erect itself? >> do you ever think about how much different things could have been for you had you had these exact same set of experiences in this age where everything is so public and it's so unforgiving? >> well, i did have that, like in the '80s, you know, i was like on the cover of the "national enquirer" and that's the worst feeling ever, but, on the other hand, having a very public experience when i was young taught me a lot about responsibility in a weird way.
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it definitely gave me a wake-up call of like, okay, if, you know, everyone is going to run your business, maybe you would like your business to be really classy, and that's a hard lesson, but it was a very good lesson for me. >> drew's life has been full of lessons which have helped her as she and her husband raise their two daughters 3-year-old olive and 18-month-old frankie. the book, drew says, is a love letter to her girls. >> i do think i have a responsibility to tell my daughters why i feel the way i feel about things, why i've become this person, how i became the person i am, the truth and nothing but the truth. >> do you ever think about them when they get older looking at some of the crazier past, parts of your life in. >> sure, when people are like aren't you worried that people will end up like you, a, thanks, b, i hope in some ways they do now, in the later years and in the younger years like they are not going to have my life, you
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know. not going to studio 54 at 7 years old will probably make them a lot more normal than i was. >> drew's book is full of personal and sometimes candid details. she reveals that she had post-partum depression following the birth of her second daughter writing i just felt like a failure on every level, but she overcame those feelings and says parenting is something she has dedicated her life to. >> i'm glad i did it when i was older, because i got to be a lot more willing to be selfless and turn it all over to them. if i hadn't had such an odd childhood i'm not sure i would be this voracious to be traditional and, you know. >> i remember once as a little girl asking my mom, you know, why didn't you have any other kids after me, and my mom said, well, i just knew after you came my family was complete, which i actually think is a great hall fame mom response. >> best answer ever. >> so i guess that's my way of sort of asking like do you feel like your family is complete?
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>> i feel pretty complete now. i feel like certain things are settled. certain things still feel, you know, like they are constantly needing cultivation to the garden. i think things are good. >> we could have sat and talked all day long, cameras or not. she's amazing. >> and she says, you know, you ever think about what happens if your daughters turn out like you, i think they would be really lucky to turn out like her. i think she's an impressive, impressive lady. >> and all the more impressive when you think about what an unorthodox childhood she had. truly a self-made woman and she writes a lot about her friends and career, including some great stories, really cute stories from the set of "e.t." and read an excerpt were "wild flower" at our websited a >> up next, it's almost time. 5 seconds of summer live on the plaza, but, first, this is "today" on nbc.
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>> all right. we're almost ready for our 5 seconds of summer concert, but first a look at how these guys from down under became global sensations. ♪ ♪ standing there in my american apparel underwear ♪ >> they burst on to the scene back in 2014 with their hit song "she looks so perfect" which helped sell more than 3 million copies of their debut album. and they made their u.s. morning show debut right here on "today." ♪ she is ekinda hot ♪ yeah, she's kinda hot though >> and now the guys are back, their sophomore album "sounds food feels good" just released and the single "she's kinda hot"
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disabilitying number one on itunes. ♪ >> they have millions of fans worldwide and the guys are just getting started, gearing up for a new tour but not before taking to our concert stage. their performance just five seconds away. >> ladies and gentlemen, here they are, 5 seconds of summer. ♪ if my girlfriend's bitchin cause i always sleep in ♪ ♪ she's always screaming when she's calling her friend ♪ ♪ she's kinda hot though ♪ yeah, she's kinda hot though ♪ just an itty bitty little bit hot ♪ ♪ my shrink is telling me i got crazy dreams ♪ ♪ she's also saying i got low self-esteam ♪ ♪ she's kinda hot though
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♪ yeah, sheet's kinda hot though ♪ ♪ she put me on meds, she won't get out of my head ♪ ♪ she's kinda hot throw ♪ all right, one, two, three, go ♪ ♪ ♪ my friend left college because it felt like a job ♪ ♪ his mom and dad both think he's a slob ♪ ♪ he's got a shot though ♪ yeah, he's got a shot hoe ♪ not really ♪ when you've got bigger plans that no one else understands knott ♪ you've got a shot though >> sing it out. ♪ they say we're losers and we're all right with that knott ♪ we're the leaders of the mott-come backs ♪ ♪ snout but we're all right though ♪ ♪ yeah, we're all right though ♪ we are the kings and the
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queens of the new broken scene ♪ ♪ yeah, we're all right though >> go solo! ♪ ♪ ♪ sometimes i'm feeling like i'm going insane ♪ ♪ my neighbor told me that i got bad brains ♪ ♪ but i'm all right though ♪ we're all right though ♪ yeah, we'll all right though ♪ we're all right though ♪ cause we either kings and the queens of the new broken scene ♪ ♪ and we're all right though ♪ new york, one, two, three, four ♪ ♪ they say we're losing and we're all right with that ♪ ♪ we are the leaders of the
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not-coming-backs ♪ ♪ but we're all right though ♪ we're all right though ♪ yeah, we're all right though ♪ we're all right though ♪ we are the kings and the queens of the new broken scene ♪ ♪ yeah, we're all right though. ♪ ♪ let's go ♪ na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na ♪ ♪ but we're all right, though ♪ na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na ♪ ♪ yeah, we're all right though ♪ we are the kings and the queens of the new broken scene ♪ ♪ yeah, we're all right though ♪ >> 5 seconds of summer. they will be back with more music in a moment. but, first, this is "today" on nbc.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] welcome back to "today" in our city concert stage. 5 seconds of summer is here and hotter than ever. the band just released its sophomore album "sounds good feels good" and the they are heading to number one on the billboard charts. >> let's say hello to chris hemmings, michael clifford, ashton irwin and calum hood. welcome back. you were here about a year ago, debut album, back now sophomore album. how is the music different on this one from the first one? >> i think the music is different. we've grown up a lot, 16, 17, 18 first album and this one we're 19, 20, 21, you know, so it's grown up and the sound has grown up with us. >> actually, get a nice shot of ashton up here.
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>> there he is. >> you guys have just had an exhausting tour. ashton, how is touring with these guys? having fun? >> i hate these guys, i'm exhausted. we're touring again next year. going to be good. we're going out in the u.s. again, north america, going to see all these lovely, lovely faces one more time >> you bet. >> you mentioned you've grown up a little bit. how has life changed for you in real terms in the last year? >> i think, you know, we've kind of grown up in secret as well, you know. just done a world tour, a headline world tour so that kind of change our perspective on life and we want to may to as many people as possible and, you know, doing this is fun. >> and you've written a lot of songs on the new record and had good collaborators. >> we worked a lot with others, very inspirational people for us. i think the kind of album we
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made is very personal so that's why we chose them. >> we're trying to beat the rain so you want to play again. >> yeah. >> all right. >> ladies and gentlemen, 5 seconds of summer. ♪ ♪ all righty then ♪ ♪ she's walking up and up to the bus knott ♪ and he needs a dollar but he ain't got enough ♪ ♪ it's not end of the world ♪ and we go oh, oh, oh
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♪ hey, everybody, we don't have to live this way ♪ ♪ we can all just come, we can all just play ♪ ♪ so what you say, everybody ♪ got to live it up today ♪ we can all just go ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, ohoh ♪ ♪ we can't afford to give up ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ work every weekend just to get out of town ♪ ♪ and everyone is coming and it turns back around ♪
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♪ hey, everybody, we don't have live this way ♪ ♪ we can all just come, we can all just play ♪ ♪ so what you say, everybody ♪ gotta live it up today ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, o ho ♪ hey, everybody, we don't have to live this way ♪ ♪ we can all just play
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♪ so what you say, everybody ♪ got to live it up today ♪ we can all just all just play ♪ ♪ hey, gota live it up today ♪ we don't have to live this way ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> 5 seconds of summer. thank you so much. we'll have more with them. they have another song in our next hour, but, first, this is today today on nbc.
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so we're talking this looks like a new super group except some of us can't sing or dance. can we go on tour with you? >> sure, yes. >> what should we know before we head out on tour? >> i'm sorry. >> do we need to know anything special before we go on tour? >> don't wear pants. >> oh. >> got a lot of support for that. >> they are hanging out with us a little bit l
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a good wednesday morning. it's 8:55. ireland's president paying tribute to six students who died tragically in berkeley. the president continues his visit with a second stop in the city of berkeley. this time he is going to help plant a tree at the civic center. that honors the young people who died in last summer's deadly balcony collapse. the county launched a criminal investigation into what caused the balcony to rot and fail.
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berkeley leaders started debating tighter regulations for landlords that would beef up the safety of rental units. we will have a look at a wet forecast for you as you see rain out there on the roadways. we'll be back. [female announcer] if the most challenging part of your day
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♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ this morning on on "today's take" 5 seconds of sumter and the boys in the band hanging out with us and then one of the iconic land marks of this country celebrates a golden anniversary. we'll take you there. and from the now movie "our brand is crisis" our friend anthony macey is here coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today," it's wednesday morning, october 28th, 2015 but not just any october morning. it is 5 seconds of summer, wednesday morning. i'm willie along with natalie and tamron inside studio 1 ark.
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al out on assignment. this is "she's perfect" from today's house band 5 seconds of summer filling up the plaza, rocking the plaza and will do another song. >> i like the our house band, i like that. >> they debuted here on our show i guess july 2014. >> if they don't -- well, they know now because they are in the green room watching. thank you, guys. >> they are like we're nobody's house band but we'll call you that. >> exactly. we'll talk to them in just a couple of minute. meanwhile, all talking about this world series game last night not just because of the baseball but because what happened technically, so last night game one. world series, royals/mets in kansas city. a lot of people waiting and anticipating this one, but there were some technical difficulties during the broadcast. fox actually lost its picture for a while and had to put up a slate explaining they were in the middle of a technical problem and nine minutes later it happened again. here's how it unfolded. >> so funny. >> we have lost -- we have lost
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our picture. hi. we're having some technical difficulties. i don't think it's a weather problem because it wasn't raining at the time of this. we lost power to the truck, we're being told, but as soon as we regain power we will get it back to kansas city. all right. i hear our music. does that mean we're going back to skit? once again, we're having some technical difficulties in kansas city. once we regain power to our truck we will be going back there. are we heading back there now? >> no. >> that's great. >> that's the studio game pregame and post-game. they have no idea that somebody is going to come to them. power comes up after the slate that the comes up that says technical problems. >> they did a great job. >> you've been there when you don't know what's happening and someone is telling in your ear stretch, do this, do that. i would have passed out knowing that twitter was on fire. >> you know. that's the thing when everyone was mocking on twitter. i got out of something and all i
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was thinking was there for the grace of god go i. >> that's right. >> how many times have you been there. >> not during the world series. fox had a rare electronics problem causing the primary and backup generators inside the production compound to lose power, and it sparked memes and tweets all over the place like this one referencing the classic movie airplane. there's johnny pulling the plug out devilishly laughing before plugging it back in. it read breaking the man allegedly spotted behind the fox truck. contact authorities if you see him and not to mention the game which was totally crazy. it opened, the royals scored their first run on an inside-the-park home run which you never see and the mets looked like they would win the game, royals tie it in the bottom of the ninth and eventually win it in the 14th inning. >> over five hours long, the longest world series opener on record, right in. >> five hours and nine minutes. also getting some attention as if you needed one more story line, the royals starting
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pitcher edinon volquez was unaware when he took the mound to start game that his father had died just hours before the game, his wife reportedly asking the team mott to tell him until he came out of the game and asks fox not to product it because she thought word would get to him. there are conflicting reports about when exactly he was notified, but his father did pass away right before that game as he went out for the biggest game of his life. >> and he pitched for six innings and then he left apparently. probably told by his wife at that point. >> wild night in kansas city. >> wild, wild. >> crazy. game two tonight so hopefully no technical glitches this time. fingers crossed. love this next story because you know how much i'm an athlete and love sports. what does it mean to play like a girl? okay. president obama has a great answer. he made an unexpected remark yesterday at the white house where the u.s. women's soccer team was being honored for winning world cup in july. take a look at what he had to say. >> they have inspired millions
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of girls to dream bigger, and by the way, inspired millions of boys to look at girls differently which is just as important. this team taught all america's children that playing like a girl means you're a bad ass. and perhaps i shouldn't have used that phrase. >> it's a perfect -- we like that phrase, it's perfect. >> we need a t-shirt. >> described the u.s. women's soccer team because they did play like bad asses. >> what a great honor. >> when you have a daughter and can watch a team play like in front of packed stadiums in front of the withhold world, so inspirational. >> good stuff. >> tomorrow is the day. >> speaking of inspirational. >> to get dunked? >> i don't know how much of an inspiration you will but you have inspired us because you
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stepped up and donated to the pink or swim challenge. we raised over $10,000 for avon's foundation for women. so as promised all four of us are getting dunked tomorrow. we have picked four viewers who will be joining us on the plaza along with our dear friend and someone who donated as well, the great brooke shields. they are going to help us out, so these are the people, we're revealing the names. dana from hillsboro, new jersey, laura wilson from oxford, mississippi, mara webb and karen hardy from mapleton, georgia, an eclectic group of cities there. >> representing the s.e.c. >> yeah, it is. >> good. >> they can all come in and then we have decided, we have costumes. i don't know if we've shared with each other. >> let's keep it a surprise. >> that's what i plan on doing. >> we have our costumes and we're going to come and the show starts with us i think getting dunked. >> i think in costume first. >> is that right?
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>> the very first thing. >> we'll be wet the whole hour. >> well, no. >> we do get to change to get some our pride back, just a little bit of it, but we're going to change back, but the beginning of the show, if you're taking your kids to school or if you've got things going on in the morning just cancel school. don't take them to school. just cancel it. is that wrong one day. my mom's a teacher, she's okay with it. you get an education of when you make a promise you follow through on it, you deliver. >> the water wasn't cold last year when you did it in. >> i blacked out. >> because you cheated and ran over and hit it and i wasn't prepared and i blacked out and the next thing i woke up i was like, ah, yes. >> i saw brooke shields last night and she said i'm going to see you on thursday and i said you're really coming and she's like oh, i'm imcoming and i'm coming for you. >> what i'm not sure of are we all in one dunk thing. >> they have individual tanks. >> four different tanks. >> oh, wow. >> and each person gets to dunk, you know, the people we named gets to dunk one of us.
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>> do they pick who they want to dunk. >> base on who they dislike the most and they will line up across from us. >> and can you see from the details that we're asking from off camera we have no idea what happens tomorrow. >> we know we're getting wet. >> we know we're getting wet and dylan is getting ready for halloween. going in for. a i love this. last year we ended up -- well, i ended up in the hospital after we visited a haunted house and not going to do that again but dylan, the woman who doesn't say no to a challenge, i can't believe you didn't take natalie on this. you went to a town -- the entire town is haunted. >> it's an old chinese ghost town. it's outside of sacramento, california, and there's this show on the travel channel called "ghost adventures," a very popular show and my brother is a huge fan of this show and the guys, there's zach, aaron, jay and bill, they took me on one of their ghost adventures. did i notty that part of this meant me going upstairs alone where, you know, lyric an old opium den brothel kind of thing by myself. >> we don't know what you're
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talking about. >> all been there once or twice. >> we have a little clip, right. >> is there anything you would like to say to me? >> oh, my god. >> what was it? >> can i just tell you there are two different kinds of screams, this are screams of shock. >> yeah. >> and there are screams of oh, my god, get me out of here right now because i'm about to freak out. >> what was it? >> we'll have the full story on friday. >> wait a minute, whoa, whoa. >> but she was telling us certain things that she can't reveal that she saw. >> this story is so crazy. i'm not like an active non-believer in ghosts but i don't actively believe in ghosts either, and this has changed everything i've ever felt. we saw things, we felt things. i screamed at things. there was just a lot going on. >> are you serious. >> this is going to be a good one on prid. >> so friday, 9:00 hour, we'll have it. >> the show is on the travel
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channel. >> it airs next season, but we're going to do a whole preview thing kind of on friday. >> meanwhile, we have to get you back to work. >> i could talk to you all day about this. >> more about the ghosts during the commercial break. it was absolutely inside. >> in some kind of opium den, brothel. >> that was my problem and casinos and all that kind of stuff. let's take a look at rain moving through parts of the great lakes. heavy rains through ohio right now. this is actually going to develop into a bigger storm system as we go into this afternoon, and we could seat risk of some scattered stronger storms including an isolated tornado, more or less just a spinup. gusts up to near than 55 miles per hour causing major delays at the airport up and down the east coast. as we go into tonight, the rain really intensifies tonight into tomorrow and it moves into new england and by good morning. i'm kari hall. a lot of clouds across the bay area, but breaks, too. also expect a chance of some spotty showers.
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highs today in the south bay reaching into the lower 70s. san jose up to 70. also 70 about will ppalo alto. park side, 67. sunol, a high of 68 and low to mid-70s in the tri-valley. chances of rain go down as we go into the evening with winds. >> and that's your latest forecast. guys. >> coming up, a little rain could not keep 5 seconds of summer from rocking our plaza in front of a large crowd. the guys have more music but first they are taking a break to come in and hang out with us. come in and hang out with us. i thought activia was for big digestive issues. until i realized our body handles a lot. 1,100 meals a year... 730 rushed snacks... add 300 stressful decisions... no wonder our digestive system sometimes acts up. so try activia!
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debuted at number one on itunes. the boys are luke hemmings, calum hood, michael clifford and ashton irwin. good morning. >> you rocked it. looks like you're having so much fun. is it hard to get up that early, ashton? >> no music is supposed to play at that the time of day. we struggled through it and the fans' energy was good. >> what time was sound check? >> like 6:00. >> that's not too bad. >> not bad for you guys. >> maybe not for you guys. >> those are not rock star hours at all. your sound, you can hear the difference from your last album. you said it a little bit earlier. you guys have certainly grown up since your last album. how is the sound to your ear different than a few years ago? >> it sounds like a band that's making a second album really. the first album is written when we were quite young and the hadn't done much touring at that point and the second album is a band that's played arenas for a year and a half. >> how do you guys come up with
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the music? do you all collaborate and do the songs? >> we write in twos, if we write in bands there's a lot of opinions happening at once. >> it's weird because like my opinion is the best opinion. >> and my opinion is the best opinion, overwuld. >> and michael is super easy to work with. >> who are your biggest influences? i see green day. >> i hear green day. >> who are your biggest influences? >> we all have really different ones, everything from classic rock to '90s punk and stuff like that. heavily influenced by california bands which is really weird because we're not there, we're from the middle out in the back of sydney, everything from queen, to green day, i don't know, the offspring, yeah, everything. >> we saw a little of that group dynamic there. i mean, i think ashton, you're the oldest, right? >> i'm pretty old, yeah. >> at 21. really getting old now. >> i see the grays sprouting in
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there. are you the one that sort of keeps everybody in line? >> oh, yeah, my life is stressful. these guys are having one, professional businessmen. you can tell by the way i'm sitting. they were not so -- >> not so disciplined. >> but now you're killing it. >> now we're business-like. >> you guys are getting back out on the road again next year, right? you'll be in the united states. >> yeah. >> how have those crowds changed over the last couple of years in. >> they have gotten bigger over the years. >> yeah. >> we did like an arena and amphitheater tour, and it was incredible, you know. playing outside in the summer to american fans was incredible. >> do you have a favorite city to visit? i know you're headed all over? >> new york. >> new york, good answer. we appreciate that. >> i think probably our favorite venue we played on the last tour was jones beach. >> that's a great spot. >> perfect. >> kind of like "the simpsons"
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and green day playing on a barge and i sink and you get a feeling. >> right on the water. >> next career we're coming back to play madison square and that's one of the high sgligts i'll have to check you out when you guys are back there again. >> i'm there, i promise you guys. the guys, they have another song coming up for us a little bit later on this hour. but up next -- >> thank you. >> hollywood couples news to tell but in the "pop fix." tell but in the "pop fix." you guys want does your mouth often feel dry? multiple medications, a dry mouth can be a side effect of many medications. but it can also lead to tooth decay and bad breath. that's why there's biotene, available as an oral rinse, toothpaste, spray or gel. biotene can provide soothing relief and it helps keep your mouth healthy too. remember, while your medication is doing you good, a dry mouth isn't. biotene, for people who suffer from a dry mouth. i am never getting married.
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hello. lift your mugs. it's hump day. clink, clink, and peace pop -- i had to show you my new logos. we're starting with a roundup of big hollywood couples news, halle berry and olivier martinez are calling it quits after two years of marriage citing irrec seibel differences. the announcement comes a week after news broke that an l.a.x. employee is suing both of them combined for $5 million alleging martinez shoved him with an empty car seat and knocked him to the ground. they are seeking joint custody of their 2-year-old son, and it seems to be the end for that it couple as well as another it couple. according to e andrew garfield and emma stone have broken up after nearly four years of dating. while reps for the pair are not commenting, the superman co-stars have been plagued by breakup rumors all year long with both of them being very busy on new projects and finally some happy couples news to report to you.
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derek jeter is no longer playing the field. "new york daily news" is reporting that the longtime bachelor, he's 41, is engaged to supermodel hanna davis. they have been dating for about three years. last year the former yankee told nbc news after retirement he was looking forward to having a family and he's kept his word at that and adele keeps on making headlines as she gears up for the release of her new album. we're excited about "25." just gave a few major interviews, the first in three years to "i.d." magazine. the "hello" singer revealed she loved making the video for her song and is actually considering getting into acting and said having her son angelo has been hard but phenomenal telling the magazine there's nothing more grounding that be a kid kicking off and refusing to do what you ask of them. and for her future plans, adele says she would like to see britney spears in las vegas. i'm sure that can happen pretty easily. now to a couple of celebs playing dress-up. used to seeing chrissy teigen
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looking flawless on magazine covers and red carpets yesterday the model and tv personality debuted this look on her instagram account. yes, take a look. dressed up as food network star guy fieri, spiky hair, goatee and flamed shirt and all for an upcoming episode of her show. meanwhile demi lovato put her spin on "trap queen" with her literal interpretation seeing it's trapped in mouse and hunting traps and last night ricky martin joined taylor swift at her miami stop to perform his 1999 song and swift said she bought her album when she was only 10 years old and i'm sure that made him feel young and she also welcomed south beach stars pit bull and twain wade to the stage. yesterday marked the one-year anniversary of her record-breaking album "1989" and she tweeted it's been the best year of my life and i think we
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good wednesday morning. i'm sam brock. happening today, ireland's president pay beiing tribute to six who tidied in berkeley. the memorial will honor the young people who died in last summer's ddeadly balcony collapse. there is a criminal investigation into what caused to rot and fail. this week berkeley leaders started debating tighter regular layses for landlords that would beef up the safety of rental units. what a night for the warriors and their fans. more than 19,000 large packed the house as the world chac woh
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received their rings and unfurled hatheir banner. and also two of three heros who stopped a terror attack on a paris-bound train in august got to sit court side. anthony saddler and spencer stone got a standinghouovation. stone appears to have recovered from a stabbing earlier this month in sack aramentosacrament. the court, 111-95 to start out the 2015-2016 campaign. more on that plus a look at your weather right after the break.
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good wednesday morning. i'm kari hall. we had rain earlier this morning. still some very spotty light showers all across the bay area expected through at least the morning and early afternoon hours. we should get clearing as we go through the day and a high of 2
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72. north bay napa, 70. also 70 in oakland and livermore look for a high of 74. happening today, bass pro shops finally opening its doors right off highway 85. if you're familiar with the area, you already know how congested it can be with the costco right next door. so it will add more traffic. closest bass pro shops before this one was in manteca. grand opening ceremony takes place tonight at 6:30.
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taking a look at headlines, a large drug store chain is getting even bigger. walgreens is buying rival rite-aid for around $9 billion in cash. the deal which needs approval from the federal trade commission would create a retail giant with about 18,000 stores around the world. walgreens hopes the deal could mean more negotiating power with drug companies which may lead to lower prices for customers. the fda has approved a new treatment for skin cancer. the first of its kind drug uses a genetically engineered cold sore virus to help break out melanoma tumors. it doesn't cure the patient, but it can provide relief from the deadliest form of skin cancer. 16% of the study participants who had the treatment experience had a decrease in the sues of the tumor.
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the drug-maker plans to headache it available for melanoma patients within a week. a new report find fewer people are dying in america from stroke and cancer. the report in the "journal of the american medical association" finds deaths from stroke were down 77% from 1969 to 2013 and deaths from heart disease were down by about two-thirds. researchers credit better ways of treating high blood pressure and the high cholesterol and fewer people smoking. cancer deaths were down by 18%. federal safety officials say the system for recalling defective tires in the u.s. is broken. a report from the ntsb finds that only about 1 in 5 recalled tires ever gets taken off the road, and it says when most dealers sell tires to customers, they never pass the customers' names on to the tire manufacturers so when there is a recall the tire makers have no way of contacting the right people. the ntsb is trying to figure out how to change that. and this is a sweet day to
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celebrate. it is national chocolate day, hallelujah. it's not just in the u.s. that folks are, of course, fond of chocolate. on tuesday more than a dozen models hit the catwalk in paris wearing dresses made entirely of chocolate. fashion experts teamed up with chocolatiers to create the decadent designs, so good you can eat. let's get a check of the weather right now from dylan dreyer. hi, dyl. >> hi hey, natalie. rain on the west coast from seattle to western parts of oregon stretching down into california. we are seeing
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good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. a lot of clouds across the bay area, but some breaks, too. expect a chance of shot spotty hours. highs in the south bay lower sefd, is 70s, 70 in palo alto. san francisco 67. sunol a high of 68 and low to mid-70s in the tri-valley. chance of rain go down as we go into the evening with breezy winds. >> and that's your latest forecast. guys? >> all right, dylan, thanks very much. we're going to finish this story in a second. >> got a good story for us. >> it's not often we've had a guest on this show -- i can we've had anyone really on 16 times, but the man himself is right here, our favorite, one the favorites anthony mackey. >> appreciate it. >> of course everything from independent features to big budget blockbusters and broadway and latest role starring
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opposite sandra bullock in "our brand is crisis." >> trying to get his candidate elect the as the new president of bolivia and first he has to convince everybody how important the election is. >> if you've got a trick up your sleeve, it's time to pull this out. this actually kind of matters, jane. this country could go under. we're talking about people's lives. >> you don't think there's something sort of odd about him, sort of checked out? >> i think he's a client who is paying you to be a strategist. >> oh, okay. >> do we have a problem, because if we do you need to tell me. >> if there's a problem, ben, i will tell you. >> wow. >> telling us this story. >> oh, my gosh. >> first things first. you've been here 16 times. >> yes. >> you can punch your "today" show punch card. >> you're the only one. >> blue whipped cream. >> your 20th appearance you get
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to keep wrangler. >> oh, i hope so. >> no. >> wrangler i like. >> you get to have a mug. >> yes. >> yeah. >> you need to switch that out. >> i was going to say i'm jacking that. >> so you're going to finish your prince story for us later. got to talk about this movie. for people who don't know, it's based on a documentary and based on a true story. >> right. >> what are we seeing there? >> basically i play a political analyst that hires a group of people who come in and get this presidential candidate elected because he's 24 points behind, castillo, and, you know, it's such -- in real life it's such a turbulent political climate in bolivia, and i think it helps the move' great deal by taking it outside of the american political climate and, you know, because there's so much going on now to where you can see it in other cultures and other societies and just see the reality of politics. >> you're engaged politically, people who follow your headlines, social media, never been afraid to bite your tongue. how does it factor into this
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film? >> well, you know, as an actor, politics is a very sketchy line to walk, because my thing is we live in america. if you want to support a politician that i don't believe in, good for you, but it's not like that anymore. it's like your political views kind of dictate who you are and where you're going in the world, and it's -- it's really sad to see, but it's -- it's -- i feel like it's a learning lesson. >> the timing of the movie couldn't be more perfect right now with the heated political climate that we're in. >> yeah. >> but also you work with a fantastic cast sandra bullock and born theion. you and sandra recognized at end of the filming you're the same person. >> yeah. we're kind of the same -- >> she's like a tall attractive version of me. >> how does that happen exactly? >> you know, it's a rough -- it's rough to be around the two of us because we just make fun of each other all day and she has a really thick skin and so do i. it's just -- it's fun. i feel like when you work on a movie the climate of the set starts at the top and works its
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way down and sandy is so humble and so beautiful of a person that everyone just looks forward to showing up to work, you know. >> you're also, anthony, bringing back your role as falcon. >> yeah. >> i understand on the set thereto was some kind of push-up contest where you said i'm going to beat captain america himself. is that true? >> well, i didn't start it. >> okay. >> the wonderful paul showed up on set real day because i was feeling really good about myself and we were shooting as the horse facility right outside of atlanta and they had a whole gym set up, this is amazing, we can work out at work and paul shows up, and he's like in his british action, i did 65 push-ups last night. i'm like 65, that's it? like that at one setting or you stretched that out over the day so i was like i'm pretty sure i can do more push-ups than everybody and chris evans goes home and sets up his camera and he pumps out 75 push-ups.
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oh, wow. did you that on carpet, that's impressive and i go on set and call everyone around and i'm like here we go. 88 push-ups later. >> are you serious? >> one time, no break, and the only -- the only reason i stopped was because i started laughing and thought i was going to pee so i stopped. >> 88? >> that's -- >> 88. >> we've got so many stories with him. we love him. >> how many push-ups? >> how many push-ups? >> brand on your medicare look part d prescriptions. at walgreens, we call that "carpe med diem." that's almost latin for "seize the day to get more out of life and medicare part d." from one-dollar copays on select plans... now reward points on all prescriptions, walgreens has you covered. so drop by and seize the savings! walgreens. at the corner of happy and healthy.
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from flying off the cliff at 100 miles per hour and swimming with sharks natalie always up for an adventure. >> this is an iconic one. the st. louis gateway arch turns 50 and i had the opportunity to pop out of the top. jon hamm, andy cohen and ellie kemper all hail from the great city of st. louis, missouri and my husband joe, too, but there's one midwest icon that stands taller than the west. the gateway arch. finished in 1965 this architectural marvel was built as a symbol of st. louis' role in the westward expansion of the united states. the garrettway arch is as tall as it is wide standing at 630 feet. it is the tallest national monument in the u.s., and i'm going all the way up there. the arch towers over the statue of liberty and the washington
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monument. over 900,000 people visit the gateway arch every year to take in the stunning view. >> all right, ladies and gentlemen, you guys will get into your tram car. >> taking me to the stop is tram operator supervisor trevor reynolds. >> right now we're preparing to get into the tram cars. we're in the north load zone. if you look at them they have the technology of a ferris wheel, elevator and train. >> a little like a commercial dryer. >> more of a washing machine, if you would. >> not for the claustrophobic for sure. going up. we traveled for four minutes through solid steel and concrete at 4 miles per hour. >> we're here. >> all right. let's go see the view. >> oh, my gosh, so narrow. >> arm's width. >> welcome to the top of the arch. >> oh, my gosh, so cool. >> and here's downtown st. louis. >> busch stadium. hi, cardinals. sorry about the season. >> all right, natalie. you actually going to head out the top now. >> out top. >> through that little hole.
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>> so this might be a tv first. >> it is a tv first. >> yeah. >> park rangers remove the bolts from a top secret hatch in the ceiling and harness me up. >> okay. >> what we're going to do is hook this to your back and make sure you're nice and secure before you get up on the ladder. >> hope i'm not afraid of heights. i guess i'll find out. okay. here we go, st. louis. happy 50th anniversary, gateway arch. whoo. i'm on top of the world, hey. i'm queen of the world! with my trusty selfie stick in hand, happy birthday, gateway arch! happy 50th. like a true pioneer as they did when they first came here to st. louis to head west. i am doing what no one else has done before. i'm waving our "today's take" flag. "today's take" has been here on top of the gateway arch in
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9:49 am you can feel better fast and get back to the job at hand. new theraflu expressmax. the power to feel >> the welcome back. the 5 seconds of summer are celebrating the second album "sounds good and feels good" and here they are singing one of the hits off their first album "amnesia." >> makeshire you sing along with me because it's early. ♪ i drove by all the places we used to hang out getting wasted ♪ ♪ i thought about our last kiss, how it felt, the way you tasted ♪ ♪ and even though your friends tell me you're doing fine ♪ ♪ are you somewhere feeling
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lonely even though he's right beside you ♪ ♪ when he says those words that hurt you do you read the ones i wrote you ♪ ♪ sometimes i start to wonder was it just a lie ♪ ♪ if what we had was real, how could you be fine ♪ ♪ cause i'm not fine at all ♪ i remember the day you told me you were leaving ♪ ♪ i remember the makeup running down your face ♪ ♪ and the dreams you left behind you didn't need them ♪ ♪ like every single wish we ever made ♪ ♪ i wish that i could wake up amnesia ♪ ♪ and forget about the stupid little things ♪ ♪ like the way it felt to fall asleep next to you ♪ ♪ and the memories i never can escape ♪ ♪ cause i'm not fine at all ♪ the pictures that you sent me
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they're still living in my phone ♪ ♪ i'll add mitt i like to see them ♪ ♪ i'll add mitt i feel alone ♪ and all my friends keep asking why i'm not around ♪ ♪ it hurts to know you're happy, yeah, it hurts that you've moved on ♪ ♪ it's hard to hear your name when i haven't seen you in so long ♪ ♪ it's like we never happened, was it just a lie ♪ ♪ if what we had was real, how could you be fine ♪ ♪ cause i'm not fine at all ♪ i remember the day you told me you were leaving ♪ ♪ i remember the makeup running down your face ♪ ♪ and the dreams you left behind you didn't need them ♪ ♪ like every single wish we ever made ♪ ♪ i wish that i could wake up with amnesia ♪ ♪ and forget about the stupid little things ♪
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♪ like the way it felt to fall asleep next to you ♪ ♪ and the memories i never can escape ♪ ♪ if today i woke up with you right beside me ♪ ♪ like all of this was just some twisted dream ♪ ♪ i'd hold you closer than i ever did before ♪ ♪ and you'd never slip away ♪ and you'd never hear me say ♪ i remember the day you told me you were leaving ♪ ♪ i remember the makeup running down your face ♪ ♪ and the dreams you left behind you didn't need them ♪ ♪ like every single wish we ever made ♪ ♪ i wish that i could wake up with amnesia ♪ ♪ and forget about the stupid little things ♪ ♪ like the way it felt to fall
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asleep next to you ♪ ♪ and the memories i never can escape ♪ ♪ cause i'm not fine at all >> 5 second of summer. thank you so much, and they will have one last song with kathie lee and hoda in our next hour, but, first, this is "today" on nbc.
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>> the hi. >> that's natalie on the top of the st. louis arch. >> what are you doing there in. >> conquering the world. >> what did you do? >> 50th anniversary of the gateway arch so a good way to celebrate, ladies. >> there was a harness. it was harnessed in. >> you are not scared of anything. >> it was fantastic. so much fun, and what a
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good wednesday morning. it's 9:56. i'm sam brock. police released new images showing three men that they say shot and injured a homeowner while robbing his house last week. you can see one checking out the front of the house right there.
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first ringing the bell and then looks in the garage. another person shows up. a little while later, they come out carrying a bag full of items. one holding a gun. here a better look at those two suspects. the homeowner caught it all on camera and he says he caught them red handed. that's when one shot him. the homeowner was not seriously injured. all suspects twot away in this blue honda accord. wouhat a night for the war r warriors. more than 19,000 packing the house as they received their rings and unfurled their banner. listening to queen while they were at it. they dominated the pelicans 111-95. we're getting points for rain coming down today. kari hall tracking that. >> we've had some measurement across parts of the bay area. we will still have a chance of rain as we go through the morning. hit or miss, though.
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in the afternoon, skies will be clearing, a high of 71 degrees in the east bay as well as the peninsula. and san francisco, 67 degrees. in the north bay, look for a high of 74. also some low 70s elsewhere. >> that will do it for us. thank you very much. kari will be back in a half an hour.
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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. it is hoda's favorite day of the week. and not only wednesday winesday, whatever, october 28th, but it is hump day. and we will get back to that later. and this groups has been rocking the plaza all morning, and this is "she's kind of hot" by 5 seconds of summer. >> and not all of the way, but just kinda. >> yes. >> and we will have the performance by 5 seconds of summer, and they are going to be performing for us later in the show, and they are gre


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