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back at 7:25. >> we shall see you then and hope you have a great day. we leave you with the falcons. good morning. mixed messages. the agreement between ted cruz and john kasich to divvy up states to try to stop donald trump already starting to fray. >> for the supporters of john kasich in the state of indiana, i would ask you to please support our campaign. >> i've never told them not to vote for me. they ought to vote for me. >> are they political allies or enemies? we'll ask governor kasich when he joins us live. as voters in five states head to the polls on what could be a good day for the front runners. under the gun. severe storms hammer the heartland. tornadoes, rain, baseball-sized hail. 36 million americans facing a dangerous new round of severe weather today, including more tornadoes. chernobyl, then and now.
a wreath laying ceremony marking the 30th anniversary of the worst nuclear accident in history. the town largely abandoned. still very dangerous. >> my geiger counter is making a noise. >> we are live in the exclusion zone. prince's palace. a rare glimpse inside paisley park, the pop star's unusual home. the vault said to be holding thousands of unreleased songs. who stands to inherit his fortunate today, tuesday, april 26th, 2016? >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on a tuesday morning. 30 years has passed but i can still remember the news reports about chernobyl. >> it's amazing how much time has passed. when you look at some of the images, you're really going to see today what is a nuclear
ghost town. it's going to be fascinating. of course, a tragic story when it took place. >> our reporter could only stay a short amount of time because it's still dangerous. we'll have that in a moment. let's start with politics. big tuesday in the race for the white house. key contests in five more states today. this morning, the 11th hour pact between cruz and kasich to defeat trump is already showing signs of strain. we'll talk to governor kasich in a moment. let's begin with nbc national correspondent peter alexander. peter, good morning. >> hi, savannah, matt. good morning. the next seven days, going to give us a better idea whether donald trump can secure the delegates he needs to clinch the republican nomination before the convention in cleveland. trump up by double digits in all primary states voting today. showing why his opponents saw the need for the partnership. new this morning. a new milestone. donald trump reaching 50%
support nationally among republicans for the first time, according to the latest nbc news surveymonkey online poll. >> we will make america great again. >> reporter: the man behind the art of the deal slamming the cruz-kasich deal as a fraud, lacing his attack with one word. >> collusion. they collude. collude. they colluded. actually, i was happy because it shows how weak they are. it shows how pathetic they are. >> reporter: trump hammering away at the unprecedented alliance designed to give kasich an advantage in oregon and new mexico and cruz a leg up in indiana. >> indiana, the people are too smart to listen to this stuff. i think it'll have a reverse effect. i do. >> reporter: cruz defending the deal, all in on next week's midwest primary. >> indiana gets a straight and direct choice between our campaign and donald trump. >> reporter: still hours in, the temporary truce appears to be fraying, with kasich down playing the partnership, saying
it's no big deal. >> you're going to tell your voters in indiana to support ted cruz? >> no, no, no. i'm not going to go tell anybody how to vote. i never told them not to vote for me. they ought to vote for me. >> reporter: at the same time, kasich's co-chair in indiana is contradicting the candidate. insisting that kasich is asking his supporters in indiana to vote for cruz so trump doesn't win in indiana. cruz is doing the same. trump unleashing insults. with breakfast on the table. >> i never saw a human being eat in such a disgusting fashion. >> reporter: later ratcheting up attacks on hillary clinton. >> do i look like a president? how handsome am i? i'm looking at my competitors. does hillary look presidential to you? >> reporter: clinton calling the billionaire out of touch. >> you don't fly the big jet in, land it and make a big speech and insult everybody you can
think of, and then go back, get on the big jet and go back to, you know, your country clubhouse in florida or your penthouse in new york. >> reporter: looking to lock up the democratic nomination, clinton, during an msnbc town hall, insisting she doesn't need to adopt sanders' policies to ensure a united party this fall. >> i am winning. i'm winning because of what i stand for and what i've done and what my ideas are. >> back to the republicans briefly. ted cruz's team trying to add oxygen to its campaign, has now acknowledged that it is vetting vice presidential prospects. nbc news learned carly fiorina is on cruz's short list. john kasich's aides say he is doing the same but it's a deliberative process, not in public. matt apparent and savannah. >> peter alexander, thank you. john kasich is with us by phone. governor, nice to talk to you. good morning. >> good morning to you guys. >> i don't usually start by
interviewing by saying i'm confused, but i'm confused. when i talked to you a month ago after the ohio win, after your ohio win, i asked you if you would consider moving forward coordinating with the cruz campaign to stop donald trump from reaching 1,237 delegates. you said to me, i'm out there running to be president. i'm not out to stop donald trump or anybody else. now, we hear of this deal between your campaign and the cruz campaign. so did reality or the calendar simply catch up with you? >> first of all, we're not out to -- i'm not out to stop donald trump. i'm out to stop hillary clinton. we know this, donald trump has zero chance of being able to beat hillary clinton. he loses in every single poll. i win in every single poll. >> but there is a deal in place -- >> well -- >> -- between your campaign and the cruz campaign. >> i understand. it is a matter of resources. look, in a political campaign, matt, you've got to be in a
position where you husband your resources where you think you can have the best chance. the fact is, i don't have unlimited resources. the fact is, just like in wisconsin, where i applied very few resources. the fact is the teams came together and said okay, with the resources that we have, where would you like to compete? where would we like to compete? >> governor kasich, savannah here, there is still confusion. we have ted cruz telling your supporters in indiana vote for me. we have you saying to those who support you in indiana, vote for me. what's the -- >> well, no. no. >> -- bottom line? are you telling indiana voters, if you want to stop trump, vote for cruz, don't vote for me? >> what i'm telling people -- i'm not telling people anything in indiana because i'm not campaigning in indiana. i don't tell voters what to do. voters are smart enough to figure out what they want to do. >> what's the point? there is a grand strategy. >> you guys -- listen, you guys are the ones that are confused and upset.
we're not. i mean, the fact of the matter is, i'm going to be going on thursday to oregon. ted cruz is not going to oregon. he may be in indiana. i'm not going to indiana. i'm not spending resources there. i'm not going on television. >> governor -- >> it's just the way it goes. >> just to be clear, if all of your supporters still vote for you in indiana, and then the cruz supporters vote for cruz, then trump will win. what is the point of the deal? >> i think you're having a hard time figuring this out. >> i am. >> but i'm not. we're not. you may be, but we're not. the fact of the matter is, i'm not over there doing town halls. i'm not over there running television ads. we'll see how it all turns out. i think you'll understand that when somebody is not over there campaigning and putting effort in and spending money on television -- look, you guys are hung up on process. here's the bottom line, the bottom line is, donald trump cannot beat hillary clinton.
if we don't beat clinton, the republican party will give up the supreme court, we'll lose the united states senate. all surveys indicate it. i'm going to be elected president. the fact is, we are going to go to an open convention where people are going to consider, who is it that has the record of creating jobs and giving hope to families, and who can beat hillary clinton? plain and simple. >> so we can end on a plain and simple note, the people indiana who are watching, primary day there, vote for? >> i'm not getting into that, matt. things are not so plain and simple. i don't tell my voters what to do. first of all, i don't have voters. there are people who live in indiana who will have to make a conclusion. john kasich is over here voting or not. if i'm not campaigning, i will get fewer votes than if i were over there campaigning. the same way that ted cruz will get fewer votes in oregon if
he's not there. what's so -- i don't understand what's so -- what the big deal is about this, other than the fact that he and i both would prefer to have an open convention, where delegates can pick the person who can best defeat hillary clinton. end of story. >> i've never heard a presidential candidate be unwilling to go on television and tell people in a given state, vote for me. >> listen, matt, this whole business is about stopping hillary clinton from being president. i have laid out a strategy, and i have not told anybody to not vote for me. i'm just not there campaigning. you know what? when you don't campaign in certain areas in any kind of a race, guess what? your turnout goes down. i don't tell people how to vote. i am not in that state right now. i will be in other states. i will be at the convention, at a brokered convention trying to become the president of the united states because i have the
record and capability to carry out the job to win in the fall. >> governor, you're nice to spend time with us this morning. >> you're the best. >> let's bring in chuck todd, moderator of "meet the press." he was listening to that. >> i'm sorry, matt, you banged your head against the wall. we'll have to treat the wounds or something. >> it is confusing. >> it is confusing, and it's more confusing by the day. especially when he won't say that. i think it gets to the root of the problem here, of this deal. whatever you want to describe this deal. >> let's say there's no deal, there is a deal, whatever. if there is a deal, chuck, is it too late? >> i think it is too late. donald trump is basically just under 400 delegates away from the magic number. that's where we have him right now. he's at 845. when you look at what we're staring at today, and this is why i think this deal -- if this deal had been cut a month ago, then john kasich, i think, would have won maryland. i think he could have won pennsylvania. it's possible he could have won connecticut.
this was not going to be a good night for ted cruz. but they didn't cut that deal. instead, donald trump is going to sweep tonight. donald trump is probably going to win 95 delegates tonight. he's going to cut what he needs down literally -- needs 400. he'll need 50% of remaining delegates. all because they couldn't cut the deal when you asked kasich that question a month ago. if they'd cut it a month ago, we'd be in a different situation. they're doing it out of desperation. kasich was honest about that, resource issue. money wasn't coming in to either campaign. they had to do that. >> did kasich try to cut the deal but the cruz folks didn't want to? >> the kasich campaign wanted to do it for six weeks. the cruz people finally did it. looking at polling numbers. simply in indiana. the only way for them to win was get kasich out of the way. >> pennsylvania on the republican side. get to that one? >> yes, i'm getting there. there you go. so today, only 17 are available.
the most interesting people are going to be the 54 unbound delegates we're looking at here. they get directly elected. they don't have to vote how the state voted. 60% of them in a poll said they would support the winner. if that's trump, it's fair. if trump is short, these could be the 54 most powerful people in the republican party. forget what happens to the rest of the delegates. >> those are delegates on the ballot. >> yeah. >> let's talk about the democrats. a lot of delegates up for grabs. bernie sanders still thinking he has a path? >> he really doesn't. he's admitting it's a narrow path. i think he'll win a couple states tonight. rhode island, maybe connecticut and pennsylvania, but she'll win more delegates because she dominates in a couple other states. she will actually net more delegates tonight, even if he wins more states, which has been the story of the primary campaign for him. >> was there a deal or wasn't there a deal? >> again, i feel you banged your head against the wall for everybody this morning. >> chuck, thank you. another major story. dangerous storms.
this was the scene in parts of michigan on monday. heavy rains triggering flash flooding. dylan is tracking a new threat facing tens of millions of people today. she's in for al. >> tornado alley is the area we're focusing on today. we have severe thunderstorm watches. the orange boxes indicate the severe thunderstorm warnings we're already seeing this morning. then we'll get a break and the real activity will start to get going later on this afternoon. we're looking at the chance of perhaps over the next couple of hours, large hail, damaging wind gusts with these super cells that are developing. as we go into the afternoon and evening, that's when we're going to see the chance of three to four inch diameter hail. to put that into perspective for you. that's baseball, softball and grapefruit sized hail possible with some of the storms. the biggest threat will be in southern nebraska and northern kansas. we could also see a few strong tornadoes that could develop. then this whole storm system will develop into one of those systems that continues to spread
east through the night. still with the threat of the severe storms. during the overnight hours when it's dark, it makes it that much more dangerous. here we go through the afternoon and tomorrow morning. some of the storms will hold together tomorrow morning. they'll move through the st. louis area, little rock, stretching down to the gulf of mexico. wednesday afternoon, another round of storms will fire up. we're looking at the chance of still, the larger hail. today is our biggest threat of the strong storms. tomorrow, it's a wider area, from houston through jackson, mississippi, up to memphis, including st. louis. we're not looking at the wide spread outbreak we could see later this afternoon. the large hail we could see later this afternoon. we're still looking at some moderate sized hail. golf ball sized hail instead. also, damaging winds. we still have to keep an eye out for some of the tornadoes. we are going to be active later on this afternoon. >> you can say that again. dylan, thank you. guess what? the nfl's deflategate scandal
back in the headlines. a federal appeals court restored the suspension of tom brady. willie is here with the latest twist on this. willie, good morning. >> morning, guys. first, everybody in the state of indiana, vote for me when you go to the polls today. brady's initial suspension was overturned by a lower court judge last fall. in a reversal, a three-judge panel is siding with the nfl, saying commissioner roger goodell has the authority to keep brady off the field. >> drive and brady -- >> reporter: this morning, fans in new england are furious. sports radio is all about brady. >> the narrative out there will be that brady is a cheater, but his legacy will be -- >> oh, gosh, we'll have the legacy discussion the rest of our lives. >> you will. >> reporter: entering presidential politics. >> leave tom brady alone. >> reporter: donald trump rallying in patriots country. on monday, two judges on the second circuit court of appeals reinstated tom brady four-game suspension for his alleged
involvement in the deflategate scandal. now, the star quarterback could be on the bench at the start of next season. the fight is not over. >> what tom brady and the nfl players association can do is file a petition for a rehearing before the full u.s. court of appeals. if they do that, the suspension will be stayed. >> reporter: in the decision, the appeals court slams brady for destroying his cell phone during the investigation, ruling that commissioner goodell had the authority to punish him. thanks to the league's collective bargaining agreement. the scandal shook the nfl for more than a year. >> is tom brady a cheater? >> i don't believe so. i've always played within the rules. i would never do anything to break the rules. >> reporter: in january 2015, the patriots crushed the colts at the championship game. the next day, rumors surfaced that new england had been deflating footballs. giving their team an advantage. in september, brady and the
players union won a major victory. his four-game suspension overturned. until now. >> this ruling shows that the commissioner has plenty of power. essentially, it is a tie right now. two of the judges sided with tom brady and the union. the other two judges have sided with the nfl. >> we reached out to the patriots. haven't yet heard back on this one. what happens next for tom brady is what people want to know. he can go back to the same court of appeals and have all 14 judges, not just the three-judge panel, hear it again. if he fails there, the next move is the supreme court. it seems unlikely they'd take up the deflategate case. >> dylan, we'll turn to you. it's for the weather, not patriots opinions from a fan. >> i'm not saying anything. we have a couple of spotty showers this morning and heavier rain this afternoon. that's a look at the weather across the country. your local forecast is coming up in the next 30 seconds. ur localp in the next 30 seconds.
good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. a lot of sunshine and cool temperatures once again today. it's 48 in the south bay and 49 in san francisco. after the chilly start, a nice washing-up in the low 70s for the inland areas like the south bay and north bay. san francisco up to 64. 69 in the east bay. and our winds winning breezy again this afternoon. we are awaiting a storm system set to bring rain tomorrow. that's your latest forecast.
>> dylan, thank you so much. coming up, a rare look inside prince's paisley park compound and the new questions over who will inherit the music superstar's estate. live in the exclusion zone. our visit to chernobyl on this 30th anniversary of the worst nuclear disaster ever. first on a tuesday morning, this is "today" on nbc.
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==anim== happening today... ==op a very good morning to you. it is 7:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. a family baby accused of striking and shaking a 10-month-old baby in danville is expected to face a judge today. a nanny camera caught 23-year-old michaela reri abusing the child at the family home. police arrested her monday. she worked for the family a few months on week days. police say the parents installed the nanny cam inside the home, witnessed the abuse and reported it. the infant was taken to a hospital as a precaution. the condition of the child has not been released. let's check the forecast now. another cool start. >> a beautiful start to the day with all the clear skies and sunshine. a live look at san francisco.
here is the start to the day. 49 degrees. 44 in livermore. san jose at 48. a pleasant afternoon. not as windy. up to 70 in los gatos. upper 60s to low 70s in the tri-valley, east bay and north bay. into tomorrow, we are getting ready for rain. check in for updates. let's get an update on the road. >> look at the bay. we don't see anything unusual about the patterns. i see more red and orange in the south bay. northbound 85, 87 and 101. moving their way toward the rest of silicon valley. there is 17 and 280. cupertino with that morning commute. upper east shore moves well. southbound 680, you are slow across toward highway 4. looks like we lost one lane as a result of maybe debris in the roadway. no specifics given for that
♪ we're back now at 7:30 on a tuesday morning. april 26th, 2016. hoda kotb out there leading our crowd this morning. she does it every morning. >> is that h od a? isn't it cool? she revs everyone up. when we go out, it's uncontrollable. thank her for that. >> nice to see everybody. let's check the headlines. decision day in five more states for the presidential race. pennsylvania, connecticut, delaware, maryland and rhode island. at a rally last night, donald trump called on his rivals, now working together to stop him to drop out. >> they ought to quit so we can all get together, we can all unify, and we can all go against crooked hillary clinton and beat her!
really, really beat her bigly. >> both trump and clinton are pulling ahead in all five states voting today. more severe weather expected today across the midwest. on monday, the region was hit by storms that produced a number of tornadoes and baseball-sized hail. check out an unusual police chase in california. the suspect was a young bear on the run. slow-speed chase happened last night in a los angeles suburb. the bear ran from cruisers trying to scare it away from the area. it was sedated and will be released back into the forest. also this morning, there is a battle brewing between two florida families that had been linked by tragedy. they are teenagers who were lost at sea during a fishing trip last summer. now, a search has finally turned up their boat and an iphone. but the families do not agree about where to proceed from here. nbc's kerry sanders has the latest. good morning. >> good morning, matt.
florida law enforcement officials tell us this morning they still have the iphone in their custody. what they don't have is the search warrant to look at the iphone's contents. they plan to give it up. >> nobody is on board. >> reporter: this morning, two families grieving over the tragic loss of their sons at sea last summer are now at odds with each other in court over this damaged iphone. >> we need experts to take a look at that phone. >> reporter: it belonged to 14-year-old austin stephanos. he and his buddy perry cohen, whose phone was broken, shared this phone on their fateful fishing trip last july. both using it to text family. the phone was discovered in the boat's console when the small craft was found last month off bermuda, nearly 1,000 miles from home. no one is sure how badly damaged the phone might be after nine months exposed to corrosive saltwater and humidity. >> we're hoping to find any answers, if there are any.
>> reporter: but the boys' families disagree about how to get the information. austin's parents want their son's phone back, reluctant to let government investigators try to recover its contents. austin's father has been working with apple, writing in a facebook post, apple seems willing to help us try to get the phone operational again. but on monday, perry's parents filed a lawsuit, demanding the phone not be turned over until a court can decide how to proceed. and in a twist, cohen's parents are now working with family friend john scully. he is the former ceo of apple. >> i think in a case like this, anything is worth following up with a careful investigation. that's what both families are trying to do. >> reporter: perry cohen's mother says she just wants answers. >> they may be willing to bring it to an expert, but it would still be filtered information that we would get. a proper investigation needs to take place with government
officials. >> a judge will now determine what happens to the iphone. if it remains with law enforcement, detectives will have to get a search warrant to look at its contents. legal experts say that may be difficult because there is no obvious probable cause suggesting what happened to the teenagers off the coast here was anything more than a tragic accident. matt and savannah? >> kerry, so hard for parents to be left with so many unanswered questions. thank you very much. turning now to other news. this morning, we're getting a glimpse inside prince's minnesota estate, as the investigation into his untimely death goes on. nbc's joe fryer is following the story. good morning. >> savannah, good morning. so many questions remain unanswered. not just the cause of prince's death but who will inherit his estate and what will happen to paisley park? this morning, we're taking a closer look at the questions and learning more information about a dramatic incident leading up to prince's death.
>> reporter: for the first time, we're hearing audio from a air traffic control tower as prince's plane made a sudden landing in illinois. >> what's the nature of the emergency? >> unresponsive passenger. >> reporter: it's part of the mystery surrounding prince's unsolved death six days later in minnesota. many wonder what will happen to the music legend's estate. it's unclear if he left a will. if not, under minnesota law, everything would go to his closest relatives, his siblings, including sister tyka nelson. >> thank you for loving him, y'all. he loves each and every one of you. >> reporter: she was seen in this photo taken after her brother's cremation and is said to show relatives transporting prince's ashes under a jacket. six half siblings would share equally. according to celebrity network, prince was worth an estimated $300 million. as for paisley park, friends say
prince wanted it to become a museum for fans and friends. >> beautiful and inviting place. that's what he wanted, so we hope, you know, to continue what his wishes were. >> reporter: images from inside the 65,000 square foot compound show a vast recording studio, elaborate stage where prince rehearsed for tours, even a purple vending machine. inside one room, prince's storied vault. legend says it's filled with troves of unreleased music. brent fisher added backgrounds to some of prince's songs. >> i can still remember some of the song titles we worked on. we were like, this is unbelievable. i can't wait to hear the final version of this. we never did. >> reporter: in the '80s, sound engineer susan rogers started collecting prince's recorded material for him. she hopes whatever is left is someday released. >> i hope that that was his wish. i think it would be the smart thing.
historians and fans should know what he left us. >> how many songs are in prince's vault? well, it's tough to say. brent fisher estimates about 70% of the collaborations he did with prince have never been heard. savannah? >> joe fryer, thank you very much. al is out and dylan is in with a check of the weather. >> announcer: "today"'s weather is brought to you by kay jewelers, the number one jewelry store in america. every kiss begins with kay. we showed you some of the storms that moved through the plains yesterday. look at what moved through southern california. we had strong storms that produced wind gusts near 65 miles per hour. kfc bucket, on the ground, couldn't withstand winds like that. luckily, no one was injured and no cars were damaged. that toppled over. we are looking at a better day in southern california today. the northeast, we're going to see rain and even snow. we had thunderstorms move through overnight.
we also had heavier rain moving through southeastern ohio. this will continue to move east and produce spotty showers and storms in the northeast this afternoon. we have some snow falling, above 1,000 feet. we could end up picking up two to four inches of snow. this cold front is riding right through the tri-state area. above it, temperatures in the 40s today in boston. 60s in new york. washington, d.c., 84 degrees for a high temperature today. syracuse stuck at 46. as we go into tonight, we are looking at temperatures to drop into the 30s in boston. 50s in new york. warm in washington, d.c. again, as far as snow is concerned, we could see two to four inches in the highest elevations through new england. that's a look at nice calm and quiet weather in the bay area with mostly sunny skies today. it is cool to start. it's 42 in the north bay. 50 in the east bay now as our winds continue to calm down throughout the day.
our sunshine warms up those temperatures up to 72 in the north bay. 70 in the south bay. san francisco to 64 degrees. sun in the east bay peninsula, as well. into tomorrow, we will have showers moving in starting during the morning commute. >> the storm that came through here last night was like the lightning hit my end table. the thunder was so loud. >> it was scary. did you cry? >> i did. put the pillow over my head. dylan, thank you. coming up, what you can learn from the ways that marriage experts argue with their spouses. >> that'll be a good one. next, chernobyl 30 years later. a stunning look inside the all but abandoned site of the world's worst nuclear accident. an area still radioactive. we'll be there live right after this. we'll be there live right this. road with. no one i'd rather have dinner and a movie with. no one i'd rather lean on.
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>> reporter: main street in a once thriving village. >> like the clock has just stopped. >> reporter: this was the local doctor's office. >> these are people's medical records, just left on the floor. >> reporter: further on, the local store. >> what would they sell here? >> well, they sell everything. 3,000 people lived here. >> now? >> nobody. >> there's nobody. >> reporter: my guide was here in chernobyl on a spring day when a nuclear meltdown sent a radioactive cloud across 60,000 square miles and beyond. today, they are building this huge protective shield. an international project, including the united states, to contain the radiation. we soon find out why. >> my geiger counter started making a noise. >> legitimately. >> reporter: there are hot spots all around. >> there is much in the background. >> reporter: he says it's safe
to briefly enter a kindergarten, evacuated in a hurry. children's coat hangers, shoes, a child's bike. >> some were learning music. >> reporter: now, it's quiet. in 1986, he was one of 6,000 men battling to put out the fire. >> we had limited time. you forget about your personal safety. >> reporter: population, 50,000 in the town. we were told the evacuation lasted five days. 30 years ago. the apartments, abandoned. their hometown, forgotten. still radio active, the movie theater, the amusement park. slowly, with humans gone, nature is taking over. >> this is the place where nature speaks with human beings on equal domes.
they teach the humans modesty, i would say. >> modesty? >> should be wiser after this. >> reporter: as we leave, we're checked for radiation. >> clear. >> reporter: chernobyl will remain uninhabitable for a long time to come. >> the reactor was burning at 2,000 fahrenheit. to give you a perspective on how long the legacy lasts, if someone comes here in hundreds of years with a geiger counter like this, it'll be making this kind of a noise, that far into the future, guys. >> keir simmons, thank you very much. by the way, want a window into the life of a correspondent at nbc news. last week, you get the queen's 90th birthday at windsor castle. the next week, you're off to chernobyl. >> every week can't be the best of your life. the makings of the ultimate
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wx toss to traffic good tuesday morning. we have sunshine and chilly temperatures to start out the day. as we take a live look from mt. hamilton, you see nothing but clear skies all across the south bay. that will continue in our temperatures now in the low 50s for san jose and palo alto and concord at 50. 42 in napa. a chilly start there. warming up to the upper 60s and low 70s. at&t park, there is a game this evening. 62 for a high. 70 inç napa. antioch 74. livermore expecting a high of 68. we are getting ready for rain tomorrow. that moves in during the morning commute. scattered showers through at least the first part of the day. then our temperatures warm up for the end of the week. we'll see those highs reaching into the 70s and 80s. we'll keep you up-to-date on that. let's head to mike. looking toward 101. you have your typical slow drive
northbound from the bayshore freeway 680 on your map. that's where you see red. more slowing at the capital expressway and 101. 87 was fine until about 20 minutes ago. then it slammed down speeds from 85. slow drive 85 towards saratoga avenue. a fender bender, but looks like roads are clear from cupertino. 880 is very popular. >> thank you. san francisco supervisors prepare to tighten the rules for short-term rental units. violators may face steep fines and even misdemeanor charges. >> biologists in the south bay getting ready to scale the tower at san jose city hall to band the new batch of falcon chicks. the new mystery behind prince's death. who will claim his millions.
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tomorrow. >> 100 days tomorrow from rio. we have some big plans. >> we're throwing a beach party on the plaza, it had better warm up, with some of our favorite athletes. bob costas will be in brazil checking on the preparations for the games. we'll have an exclusive interview with michael phelps, who gets candid about demons he faced in recent years. i read something your mom said. when she found out you got arrested for dui, it struck me. i know your mom and i like her very much. she said, how terrible is t world going to be to my son? >> i think my mom was happy i was alive. i think she saw the path i was going down. i think a lot of people close to me saw it. and i was going fast. fast. honestly, at one point, i just -- i felt like i didn't want to see another day. >> michael phelps coming back for his fifth olympic games
after going through some really difficult times, that i will tell you, changed him as a person. you'll see the interview tomorrow. >> interesting to see him being candid about it. tomorrow, the band perry will be here for a special live concert. trust us, it will be a morning that should not be missed. >> that's right. matt, you're also going to model brazilian swim wear. >> i am. i'll be wearing all of my latest brazilian wear. check that out. and by the way, we have more news to announce. the opening ceremony of any olympic games, one of the great spectacles in sports and entertainment. so inspiring. savannah and i along with meredith vieira will be hosting the coverage of the opening ceremony on friday night, august 5th. >> getting very excited. about to pick out my outfit. let's head to natalie for a check of the top stories. >> good morning. today, voters head to the polls in five states, the pact between goop hopefuls john kasich and ted cruz already starting to fray. trump poking holes in their
alliance. peter alexander is in philadelphia with the latest. peter, good morning. >> reporter: natalie, good morning. donald trump heavily favored in the five primary states from here in pennsylvania to maryland. trump is on the offensive about the new alliance, this new pact between ted cruz and john kasich, saying it is a sign of weakness. calling it pathetic. cruz and kasich campaigns say it wasn't about telling supporters to vote for the other guy, just about an allocation of time and resources. kasich defended the deal this morning on "today". >> are you telling indiana voters, if you want to stop trump, you should vote for cruz, don't vote for me? >> no. what i'm telling people in -- i'm not telling anybody anything in indiana because i'm not campaigning in indiana. >> just so we can end on a plain and simple note, the people in indiana who are watching this program right now, your message come primary day there is to vote for? >> look, i'm not getting into that, matt. i'm not.
things are not so plain and simple. i don't tell my voters what to do. >> reporter: pretty soon, we'll find out whether this marriage of convenience is too little, too late. a bigger day, one week from today in indiana. that state and how it goes will likely give us a better idea whether donald trump can secure the delegates he needs to clinch the republican nomination before the convention in cleveland. >> peter alexander in philadelphia for us. thank you, peter. we're learning more this morning about those execution-style murders of eight members of the same ohio family. as the manhunt for the killer or killers ramps up. gabe gutierrez has the latest for us. gabe, good morning. >> reporter: natalie, good morning. this neighborhood remains sealed off as we learn new details. about the crime scenes. local law enforcement is asking for help from around the state. still, no arrests. this morning, new details about the marijuana grow operations investigators found at three of the four crime scenes following the
execution-style murders of eight family members in ohio. a law enforcement official with knowledge of the investigation tells nbc news, the pot found was not for personal use. one location was an indoor facility with more than 100 plants. the other two were outside. >> there's plenty of places for people to grow marijuana. we're also a very, very poor county. one of the poorest counties in the state of ohio. and people grow marijuana as a cash crop. >> reporter: authorities aren't saying whether the discovery could point to a potential drug-related motive to the killings. one of the victims, dana rhoden, was the grandmother of the youngest survivor, just four days old. >> my daughter-in-law up there. >> reporter: dana's father leonard suspects whoever did this was no stranger, saying pitbulls on the property would have attacked an intruder. a police report reveals there were no signs of forced entry at one of the homes. in another twist, the authority general's office tells nbc news
investigators have found capables at a crime scene consistent with rooster breeding. mike dewine told a local radio show. >> the one thing i saw was chickens out there. >> chickens? >> yes. this would be cockfighting chickens. >> cockfighting chickens? >> yes. >> reporter: all part of an around-the-clock investigation, leaving this tight-knit community stunned. the autopsy for the eight victims have just been completed, but the results haven't been released. authorities are not saying whether they have any suspects at this point, but they are cautioning that this will be a lengthy investigation. natalie? >> gabe gutierrez in pike town, ohio. thanks so much. officials at the september 11th memorial addressing a star spangled controversy this morning. they say the staff was wrong for stopping a north carolina middle school choir from singing the national anthem as an impromptu tribute at the 9/11 site. ♪ rockets red glare
♪ the bombs bursting >> and there you see two security officers interrupted the students, telling the students that their performance could be viewed as a public demonstration. a spokeswoman at the memorial say they're working with staff to make sure this doesn't happen again. good decision made there, i think, everybody can agree. >> natalie, thank you. on monday on trending, we talked about criticism that chrissy teigen faced over a date night with her husband just a couple of weeks after she gave birth. unfortunately, she's not the only mom judged by others. and chanelle jones is looking into this. good morning. >> being a parent is hard, but now what people are calling mom judging is adding to the pressure a lot of parents already feel. >> hi, chrissy. how you doing? >> reporter: date night firestorm. new mom chrissy teigen out to dinner with husband john legend over the weekend, leaving their
2-week-old daughter, luna, at home. a private decision gone public. the tv host met with criticism on social media. spend bonding time with your baby and not let the babysitter raise them. the baby is only a week old. teigen responding to her 1.5 million twitter followers. i never wanted to leave my daughter. i love her. but that's just me. this is the latest example of mom judging. from how you dress your kids to what time they go to bed. these days, it seems parenting is fair game and open for discussion. the problem, some say, has gone too far. >> i judge people all the time. >> i judge working moms. >> why aren't you married? >> i would never let my kid do that. >> unfortunately with social media, we tend to see moms spending too much time deciding what they think should be happening in another mom's world. >> reporter: it's not just hollywood moms feeling the heat. according to a today.com survey, more than 90% of people feel they've been judged for their
parenting decisions. like mallory torrez from texas. she says she was mom-shamed after someone posted this picture of her 7-year-old daughter on the back of a motorcycle, calling it dangerous. she fired back on facebook. we've been called bad parents, allowing her to ride. bad parents? no. our children are fed, they are happy, they are healthy. in gainesville, florida -- >> mom-shaming is something that i had heard about. i'd never thought about it until this situation occurred. >> reporter: annie says she was judged for not breastfeeding. while shopping for formula, she was approached by a stranger who told her, breast is best. her response to the woman also posted on facebook has gone viral. >> i was taken aback. there was a little bit of sadness because i already was feeling guilty we were having to feed with formula. i thing it's easy to criticize someone if we're not in their shoes. >> being a mom is one of the most challenging, most beautiful things. i would love it if other moms didn't make it harder on each
other by judging the decisions we make in our own home. we love our kids. that's really what matters. >> okay. we're starting a movement. you want to participate? if you don't have anything nice to say -- >> exactly. >> -- don't say anything at all. it's true. sometimes, you have to think about -- i guess maybe they don't care how they're making the other person feel. sometimes it's not warranted. >> i was all prepared to say, it's nobody else's business. i have to say, i saw the motorcycle picture and kind of went, wait a minute. >> i almost feel like, if the child's life is in danger -- but even then. especially on twitter. are you going to tweet that somebody is a bad person? >> you have to ask, what's my motive here? am i trying to make myself feel better by putting someone else down? or am i trying to help? and we've all had a bad day as a mom. >> exactly. >> we're starting the movement today. >> thank you. up next, constructive clashes. how to argue with your spouse like a marriage expert. what you probably do to your dog every day that is adding unwanted stress to your dog's life.
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we're back now. 8:15. good time for what's trending today. >> i'm surrounded by dog lovers at this table. >> yeah, you are. >> you love to hug your dog? >> yes. >> yes. she hugs me back. >> really? >> are you sure? >> she does. >> i have a story for you. the feeling probably isn't mutual according to new research. dogs do not like getting hugs from us. this was in "psychology today." >> oh. >> listen, scientists found that when dogs are hugged, they actually exhibit signs of stress. such as, baring teeth, turning away, partially closing their
eyes or lowering their ears. researchers say it's because dogs are designed to run, to be fast. when the movement is restricted in any way, it stresses them out. >> i'm sorry. when my dog sleeps with her head right now, how am i not going to snuggle her? >> when i enter the door, she jumps on me and gives me a full on hug. >> no, she's pushing you away. saying, don't hug me. >> go back out. >> my dog doesn't like to be hugged. i know that. what is the best way to argue with your spouse? "huffington post" spoke to couples therapists, so in other words, marriage experts and coaches, and they came up with these ways to argue like a marriage expert does. first, don't glare at your partner. one coach says your gaze should be somewhat unfocused and almost child-like, to show that you're actually listening. some other tips, think before you speak. that applies in a lot of situations. watch your tone. but here's my favorite. don't consider it an argument.
no, consider it a creative brainstorming session. we had a brutal brainstorming session the other day. >> exactly. >> in other words, look for solutions and realize sometimes, you just have to agree to disagree. >> i want to perfect my neutral unfocused face. >> terrible. >> childlike stare. >> my pet peeve is if i'm nagging and you're not looking at me. i want you to look at me when i nag? >> how about a pet peeve when you fight about one thing but it's really about something else. >> always about something else. >> never say relax or chill out. unless you want the opposite thing to happen. here is a midwife determined to deliver the baby, come hell or high water, literally. her name is cathy. she's from katy, texas. when floodwaters reached waist level last week, there was one thing to do to reach the mom in labor. obviously, she got out an inflatable swan and hitched a ride. she sailed down the flooded streets and reached her parent. there's the patient. happy to report, cathy reached
the mom in time to deliver baby. saying, midwives are used to going the extra mile. swan travel. >> if you're a mom, that's the best swan you have ever seen coming. >> amazing. now the oscar winner taking on a beloved american musical and how bruce springsteen made a young fan's day. sheinelle, pop start for us. good morning. we have a good one today. first up, jennifer hudson bringing her talents right here to nbc. the oscar winner will star in the network's next musical, "hairspray live." she'll be motormouth maybelle. and she'll be joined by another high-profile star, harvey fierstein. it debuts wednesday, december 7th, right here on nbc. that's going to be good. next, ariana grande and her lip sync conversation with jimmy fallon on "the tonight show" monday night. ♪ do you recall not long ago ♪ we would walk on the sidewalk ♪ >> yeah, that was like, 20 minutes ago.
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morning. >> the look on her face because she realized she hit the button beforehand and stopped the video before he got there. i've done that a hundred times. >> h can you imagine? >> so cute. dylan, check of the weather? >> we're watching strong storms today, especially southern nebraska, northern kansas. this afternoon and evening, large hail. perhaps three to four inches in diameter. tornadoes are possible later today and into tonight. that's a look at the weather across the country. we have nice, quiet weather across the bay area for now. a live look outside in san francisco. clear blue skies, a beautiful start to the day with some chilly temperatures. it's 47 degrees in napa, 51 in palo alto and san jose, and santa rosa at 48 degrees. but highs today reaching the upper 60s to low 70s. and gilroy 68 degrees, half moon bay 70. and at&t park, 62 degrees. low 70s also for the north bay. oakland 69 and livermore 68 degrees. >> that's your latest forecast. natalie?
>> all right. thank you so much. now to our special series, one small thing. we're focusing on simple, smart changes to change your life. here to whip us into shape, like he is, a trainer from "the biggest loser," good morning. >> good morning, natalie. thank you for having me. >> glad to have you here. one small move could change your physique, change your life is? >> simple move, plank. >> that's it? >> that's it. that's all you really need to warm up, get the body going. it's great. >> how many times a day, and how much are we doing? >> i would do -- i actually do it in between my workouts. you want to do it 30 seconds or more. gauge your strength. but do it pretty often. >> get to work, right? >> want to see it? >> show me the proper technique. >> there is a proper technique. sit on the edge of your mat. you want to start, go all the way down. >> i'm doing this in boots and pants. >> i see that. go all the way down to your toes and walk your hands out. from this position, make sure
you're shoulder width. walk down to your elbows. >> right. >> a lot of people tend to do this, but it's wrong. you're resting this way. keep your shoulders and fists parallel to each other. also, your feet in the same place. >> okay. >> another wrong is raising the hips up. you want to make sure your hips are the same height as your shoulders. >> perfect position right here? >> this is perfect. >> this is working more than the core, right? >> it's working your chest. it's working your shoulders, your back, your legs. >> let's see if i can put this into practice. we have people on the plaza. they have their mats. you guys ready to do the plank with us? one small change here. 30 seconds on the clock and some music. all right, let's do it. come on. 30 seconds. >> here we go. >> so we're holding our plank. let's see if we can talk while we do this and stare lovingly at each other. >> hi. >> you have the best smile, by the way. >> thank you. thank you so much. i'm su >> i'm sure you get told that so
much. >> 20 more seconds. >> for people who maybe can't handle this, is there a way to work up to this? >> absolutely. if you can't handle it in the beginning, my suggestion is, again, put the hands together to give yourself added support. even let your chest down. >> 30 seconds during a commercial break every once in a while -- another second on the clock. [ buzzer sounds ] >> keep going. come on! we done already? >> we'll keep doing this all day. >> come on. let's go. >> this really is about whittling core. it's working your arms. it's working your whole body. >> it's working your entire body. it's one of the best things you can do in between your workouts to tone your body. >> we're going to keep holding the pose. hopefully people on the plaza are still holding their planks, too, for extra credit. thanks. get more tips at today.com/one small thing. hold the plank, people. you can sign up for our one small thing newsletter, text today 66866. we should note, messaging and data rates may apply.
tomorrow, one thing to add to your diet. how long am i going to keep doing this? to make the most of ouf your breakfast, lunch, and dinner. now my arms are shaking, guys. >> i love it. >> good job. >> hold the pose! >> one little thing you didn't know. he was actually my body double on some of the where in the world segments. right? >> it was. >> thank you. as we've been mentioning, this year is the 100th anniversary of the national parks service. >> next month, we're visiting some of the parks and monuments it's helped protect and preserve. where are we headed? you're about to find out. >> reporter: starting may 9th, we'll explore the wonders and sites of the country's best national parks. like the magical world of the dry tortugas. a collection of seven small islands found almost 70 miles off the coast of key west. its crown jewel, fort jefferson. once a civil war prison,
surrounded by picturesque blue waters, coral reefs, and marine life. then hidden beneath the desert surface, some of the most awe-inspiring caves in the world. the carlsbad caverns. we'll hike over a mile down to the stunning rock formations underneath. at sunset, we'll experience the wonders of a bat flight. we'll also visit acadia national park, or heaven on earth. a stunning treasure on the coast of maine. and one of the country's oldest national parks. nearly 50,000 acres of spectacular woodland, beaches and mountains. ♪ and we'll hit the rock. alcatraz island. what was once home to some of the most feared criminals, now boasts gardens, marine life and exceptional views of the san francisco bay. >> love our national parks. >> so exciting. we all get to see it. really cool. sheinelle is in the orange room with more. >> you can head to today.com to
learn more about each of the national parks and then use the find your park tool. a website dedicated to matching travelers to their ideal destination. we'll be right back aftei'm ... ==anim== happening today... ==topvo== f good tuesday morning at 8:26. i'm sam brock. happening today, a family babysitter accused of striking, then shaking a 10-month-old baby in danville is expected to face a judge. police say that the nanny camera caught 23-year-old michaela ryree of antioch of abusing the child at the family's home. police arrested her on monday. neighbors tell us that she worked for the family for a few months on weekdays. police say the parents installed that nanny cam inside the home, witnessed the abuse and then proceeded to report it. police say the infant was taken to a hospital as a precaution. the condition of that child has not been released. on the roadways right now, mike, you're tracking a backup on 85. how is that affecting things right now? >> well, that entire stretch out
of san jose, los gatos is a tougher drive, and that may shift some of the commuters. so, let's look at your overall view, first of all. no big surprises for the patterns, but the dumbarton bridge shows a slow ride for 84. here's 85 through los gatos. i don't know if the slow rides are related, but 87 has been a tough ride all week. 880 slow through oakland, but that's not a surprise right around high street. back to you. >> thank you very much, mike. that's it for us right now. we'll be back in a half hour with more updates. see you then.
♪ talk to me baby we're back at 8:30 on a tuesday morning. april 26th, 2016. getting a little gray here in the new york area after some overnight storms. hopefully getting nicer for the nice people visiting new york. nice to have them with us. by the way, an even bigger crowd we expect tomorrow as we celebrate 100 days out from the rio olympic games. >> how are your arms from the plank? >> good. ready for the conga. >> okay.
coming up, we could not be more excited, key and peele are here. they'll take our day. they brought the kitten. >> doesn't get better. plus, jill martin has a special steals and deals to freshen up your spring season. best part, everything is at least 70% off. who needs new towels? good time to buy. marilu henner and her husband open up about their unique approach that helped him beat cancer. could it work for you? dylan, how about a check of the weather? >> it's going to stay a little gray around here. sorry, folks. but it is looking like we have strong storms, especially back through the midwest today. because of this difference in temperature, we have temperatures in the 70s and 80s, even upper 80s for some. in dallas, 87 by the end of the week. north of the cold front, temperatures will be in the 40s and 50s. buffalo, a high of 45 degrees today. minneapolis in the 50s, too. back through the rockies, temperatures only in the 50s and 60s.
across wyoming, we could see an additional two to four inches of snow. 41 in casper on wednesday. the area in red, through nebraska and kansas, stretching down into oklahoma -- we've got nebraska here, huh? we do have to watch out for strong storms later on today. those could produce large hail. three to four inches in diameter. also, tornadoes, too. those will last through the night. tomorrow morning, they make their way closer to st. louis and stretch down to the gulf we have a lot of sunshine out of our window. looking now at all of our microclimates and our live cameras. it's 53 degrees in the east bay, 47 in the north bay. slowly warming up. and we will have a nice, warm afternoon, up to 72 degrees in the north bay and low 70s for the south bay. in time we will see the 60s in san francisco, the east bay and the peninsula. sunny and not as windy as we've seen the past couple of days, but still a light breeze and showers in the forecast for tomorrow.
>> that's your latest forecast. matt? >> dylan, thank you very much. we have a special edition of steals and deals, all about items to refresh your space and yourself during the spring season. jill martin is here with more on this. good to see you. >> good morning. >> these are things that i think people already have. if you do this, refresh, it really spruces up the house. >> a lot of people don't think to do this. a friendly reminder here. tell me about sheets. >> sheet sets or duvet covers. one or the other. five-star egyptian cottons. today.com to see the colors and patterns. one flat sheet, fitted sheet, two pillow cases. queen or king for the duvets. $55, 71% off. >> these feel great. they're nice. >> it's fun to pick a color
that'll spruce up the room and make it look different. >> what do you have here? >> sprucing up the skin care. retail, $138. you get the foaming cleanser, hydrator, which is like a drink for your skin, and day/night moisturizer. it's used by supermodels and celebrities. the deal is $39, 72% off for three pieces. >> supermodels use it, we have to use it, right? >> of course. beautiful skin. >> anything better than getting out of a hot shower into a beautiful towel? >> for you, it's more of a bathtub with rubber duck ks. >> it is a hot shower. >> the last time we had a towel set deal. >> that was courtesy of you, too. >> you seemed comfortable. >> i was. >> we didn't bring the rubber ducks this time. >> tell me about the towels. >> the retail, $159. luxury six-piece, turkish towel set. you get two bath towels, two hand towels, two washcloths.
$39, 75% off. >> all one color or mix and match? >> all the same color. >> throw pillows. >> face-to-face decorative pillows. $89. look at all the fun things. tonight -- >> shouldn't that have a question mark? >> maybe. on the bottom, you see happy house. i love us. what a way to spruce up the house. also, what a great gift and a conversation starter. deal is $25, 72% off. >> great. >> i love these. >> finally, some throws. >> this, obviously, will really change a room on a couch, on a bed. the retail, $90. >> how big are they? >> nine styles. 50edly by 60. indoor/outdoor. for summer, great, right? >> yeah, it's good. >> celebrity fans include george clooney and cindy crawford.
$90. the deal is $27, 75% off. >> these are really good deals. should we run through them one more time, as you model a throw? sheet sets and duvet covers. the ling skin products. home source international. face-to-face and throws. do you have any questions about the products or past orders? head to the steals and deals page at today.com. >> rubber ducky to come. >> thank you. marilu henner on how she helped her husband fight cancer. first, this is "today" on nbc. decades, actress and
cancer. >> good to be here with you. >> this book is part wellness, part health story and part love story. natur naturally, we have to start with the love story. you met in college. >> at the university of chicago. he's actually my dormmate's boyfriend. i thought he was a great guy and i didn't twinkle in his direction. we double dated. time went by, they broke up. i became a professional actress and i was getting married to my first husband, at a courthouse in new orleans. hadn't seen each other in years. ships passing. caught up after -- well, he's my third and final husband. i'll put it that way. >> fast forward 33 years and you met again. >> he called me out of nowhere six months after my divorce was final. we were madly in love. within a week, we're saying, i love you. you're the love of my life. two months into our relationship, he's diagnosed with bladder cancer. >> going through that at all, in any circumstance, let alone at the beginning of a relationship,
how did marilu help you, when she's made health and wellness a part of her life? >> she was there from the beginning. she didn't flinch at all. kind of accepted it as a challenge, you know. she was going to make me over anyway, so might as well do it from the inside, as well. >> michael, perhaps, didn't have the most healthy lifestyle? >> no. or the best haircut. >> yeah. >> you know, i just -- i just never saw us not together. i never didn't see a future, even though people said he might have only a few months to live. instead of going the traditional routes, we did the best of east and west. integrative medicine. >> as you said, it's east and west. what does that mean? for people who are wondering, what should i do? how should i treat my issues? what does it mean to collect the best of both worlds? >> instead of just going with chemo and radiation, automatically, and a doctor says, we're going to burn, cut, cauterize, poison you, suppress your immune system and get you
back to normal, i felt like, because i lost my parents young in life, i knew there were other ways we could take care of his health. we did a combination of immu immunothera immunotherapy, total detox, plant-based diet. everything from skin brushing to infrared saunas to supplements. >> you're not saying don't do the traditional methods. >> oh new york city. >> oh, no. >> do a balance. >> don't go to the first websites where somebody paid to be there. get second opinions. really, change your normal -- some of your normal habits. it'll be better for you if you do. >> michael, what was that transition like for you? because you did have to change so much of your lifestyle. in fact, in the book, you write about it being, at times, painful. your family and friends didn't understand the new you. >> that's for sure, yeah. i think change is difficult for the people around you. they feel threatened by it. on the one hand, being a cancer
patient, it was good to have all these regimens and things to do every day. i felt like i was helping myself. i wasn't sitting there being a victim, waiting for a doctor to cure me. so in that way, it gave me a daily routine that was healthy and helpful through the ordeal. back to what you were saying, wholistic was exactly the word. east is the wholistic, healing the body. at the same time, using the west to specifically target the cancer. >> he was diagnosed with two cancers. two months after bladder cancer, he was diagnosed with lung cancer. >> you've been in remission how long? >> 12 1/2 years. >> congratulations. >> doctors said, we have to take your bladder out, prostate. if you want to have sex, we'll run a hose up and you can pump it six times. no pump necessary. didn't go through the surgeries and saved his life. >> she's a force of nature. >> and she knows what she wants. >> one of the most interesting thing about you is you have a
memory where you remember every day of your life. >> it was easy to write the book. i could remember specific conversations, what i was wearing, what he was wearing, what doctors were wearing and saying. >> that's a lot of pressure on me doing this interview, if you're going to remember it forever. most people forget. >> you should try writing a book with her. >> mar ishs arksmarilu and mich you. >> we want to help people. it's easy to change the little things that can help you change your normal. >> good information in the book. "changing normal." thank you so much. coming up next, comedy masterminds key and peele. first, this is "today" on nbc.
thank you so much. did you say honey? hey, try some? mmm that is tasty. is it real? of course... are you? nope animated you know i'm always looking for real honey for honey nut cheerios well you've come to the right place. great, mind if i have another taste? not at all mmm you're all right bud? never better i don't know if he likes that. yeah part of the complete breakfast
and peele." >> a run away kitten shows up at the door, and it's love at first sight. take a look. >> i know you don't want to hear this, but everything happens for a reason. >> you're right, clarence. everything does happen for a reason. i want you to meet keanu. >> what? no! no! oh, my gosh. that's the cutest cat i've ever seen in my life. i'm sorry, keanu? >> yeah. >> okay. >> i think it means cool breeze in hawaiian. >> keegan-michael key and jordan peele, good morning. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> you made one of the cats run right into the wall there. >> i'm thinking of the hockey players. he's okay. doing fine. >> they land on their feet, and their heads have fur on it. >> can we be honest about
something? i mean this. we quote your lines in this studio every single morning. >> that's what they said. >> we are ridiculous fans of yours. >> we love you. >> there's no blake who works at nbc. >> blake. >> first of all, you're not cat people, you're both dog people. >> wait a second. >> okay. i don't mean to be disparaging. >> the controversy has already started. we love cats, grew up with cats and cats are important. we expect -- it's the best possible pet for this movie. we're pet people. >> our first movie is like the kitten movie. it's the kitten movie. >> by the way, i mean, stunt work by the kittens in this movie is something to behold. i don't know how you did it. the kittens are leaping, doing acrobatics. >> sliding across the steps. it's all practical. no cgi in the movie. all real cats. >> if you put a kitten in slow
motion and put music behind it, it's physically amazing acrobats. >> better action movie than anything. >> i can't believe i'll say this, but without giving the plot lines away here, keanu disappears and you have to find keanu. >> right. >> it takes you into interesting circumstances with gang members. am i okay here so far? >> you're okay. >> very good. well played. >> you are anything but gang members. >> we're anti-gang members. >> your favorite song is by george michael. >> not ironically. >> our characters have to pretend to be hard. we have to pretend to be gang members ourselves. not only gang members, we have to pretend to be the baddest assassins in the world. >> how does that go? >> it gets us into a little trouble. >> hilarity ensues. oh, there we go! more hockey going on.
>> how did you come up with the name keanu with the cat? i thought of keanu reeves. was i supposed to? >> yeah. >> keanu, right. part of it, this movie is about movies. took two regular guys and put them in the high stakes world of action crime movies. >> it's about movies. like most of your humor, it's also about kind of testing stereotypes. >> yeah, definitely. >> which makes a lot of people uncomfortable. political correctness, a big topic in the presidential race right now. >> right. >> you're apparently against political correctness. >> oh, yeah. >> does that mean you're voting for trump? >> i don't know if that would be politically correct. >> that'd be extreme. >> there is a sense of us wanting to explore -- especially in the african-american community -- a spectrum. there's a lot to experience. for us, we like to explore different parts of our community and the culture of our community, yeah. >> we didn't know if it was okay for us to quote some of these
things. >> yes. >> you understand how sometimes we feel weird reciting your best punch lines. >> i get it. >> go for it. >> go in the bathroom, turn off the lights, look in the mirror, say it. >> we'll pop out of the mirror. >> keegan, you're known for your luther, the obama anger translator. >> right. >> do you think you might have a hillary or trump translator in your future? >> we've talked about this. we're not sure trump needs a translator. you understand exactly what he's saying. >> needs to translate for somebody else. but, yeah, we did a sketch on our show where hillary's anger translator, savannah, came out. >> i like that name. >> that was one of our favorite sketches. >> one of the best. >> yeah, that was sort of a meeting between hillary and --
>> yeah, yeah. >> without you two, my kids would be speechless at home. so thank you, thank you, thank you. >> sorry about that. >> really appreciate it. >> "keanu" comes out in theaters on friday. the kittens are up for adoption at north shore animal league america. head to today.com for more information. coming up next, we're cooking up something special with our "today" food all-stars. first, this is "today" on nbc.
♪ gonna let it burn, burn, burn, burn ♪ we are back at 8:53 with "today" food. we're introducing you to our food club stars. the next generation of cooks making an impression in the kitchen and online. next up, lauren nolan, lake shore lady. a food and lifestyle blogger in chicago. so good to meet you. >> thanks for having me. >> we're making something that sounds delicious but you're making it healthier. tell me about it. >> we are making shrimp scampi with suh keelzucchini. it doesn't taste like pasta, but it's delicious and tastes like spring. >> tell me about the ingredient grid. >> butter, olive oil, garlic, lemon, those kinds of ingredients. of course, shrimp. of course, zucchini. >> i think this is the thing that intimidates me the most. how do we get the zucchini to look like pasta. >> this is a spiralizer and is not scary.
turn this lever and press in a little bit. the noodles come out. want to try it? >> i really do. >> this is only like $30. that's about it. >> what am i pressing? >> right on top. >> of course, i'm having my issues. tasters downstairs? don't worry about this. how is it? >> beautiful noodles come out. >> i see. you have to push a little bit. >> yeah. >> now i'm experienced. >> if you're spectacle about this, throw some real noodles in there with the zucchini noodles. everybody gets the bite they love. >> spaghetti squash? >> you can do that, too. >> shrimp. >> add salt and pepper. >> should i be liberal or reasonable? >> liberal, yeah. butter and oil in the pan. add our shrimp right in. shrimp cooks super fast, which is what makes this great for a week night. once the first side starts to
turn pink, we're going to add our garlic right on in there. then just cook that for a few minutes, until they're all cooked through. >> okay. >> once they're done, you'll remove it. then we have the drippings in the pan here. all we're going to to is add some lemon juice. >> are we scraping up the drippings? >> yeah. this makes the sauce. >> if you didn't want to use the alcohol, could you use something else? >> yes. either a white wine or chicken stock. >> what does it add to it? >> it's a really nice acidity. kind of a shrimp scampi flavor. we also add parsley, lemon zest and red pepper flakes. >> guys downstairs, a verdict? >> so fresh. >> i always wanted to try the zucchini noodles. delicious. >> taste good? >> really good.
>> we have 30 seconds. let's get it across the finish line. >> cook it until the alcohol is off. add your zucchini noodles in. toss it until the flavors get combined. add the shrimp back in. that's important. >> toss it for a few seconds to warm it up? >> exactly. that's really it. it's only like 20 minutes from start to finish. >> lauren, aka lake shore lady, thank you so much. for this recipe and to meet our other food club stars, i'm ... ==anim== happening today... ==topvo== peninsula leaders are getting good morning at 8:56 on your tuesday. i'm sam brock. happening today, peninsula leaders getting input on possible ways to lower the noise from the skies above the local airport. some nabst say the buzz from san carlos airport is too much. others say the problem is overexaggerated and the airport is ideal tomorrow small plane enthusiasts. well, last month, county
supervisors agreed to look at solutions and they will get an update on recommendations being considered. they plan to take some sort of action in june. happening now, today in the bay's bob brunell is on his way to that meeting. it begins moments from now. he'll have a live report in our midday newscast. you can also look at for updates in our twitter feed. prosecutors are looying out the case against two people arrested in connection with a 14-year-long sex trafficking ring they say was based in contra costa county. the investigation alone lasted more than a year. you can link to details on our home page. and we're keeping our eye on biologists who right now are scaling the tower at san jose city hall, banding a new batch of falcon chicks. the chicks hatched recently from their mother, clara, who nests in that tower. the story's posted at the top of our home page. we'll see you in 30 minutes. stay connected to your world wherever the world takes you. get the nbc bay area app.
this morning on "today's take," dave coulier is in our house. find out why he's teaming up with his "fuller house" co-stars. control your fridge from your smartphone. a comedian who knows how to make a good impression, kevin pollak. all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: fro 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 tuesday morning, april 26th, 2016. nice day here in new york. nice crowd on the plaza. i'm willie along with natalie, dylan. tamron and al are off this morning. natalie, you had the morning
jam. >> i forgot what i picked. oh, yeah, "handclap" by fitz and the tantrums. get your hands clapping? >> fun song. >> i need to be told what to do with my hands. >> keep it here. >> we were concerned when dylan sat down. are you okay after the lemonade thing yesterday? >> i've come down a little bit. >> we were talking about beyonce's video "lemonade." lill dylan literally got choked up. >> i was a little into it, telling how this happened and this happened. i've come down. >> it was a beautiful moment. you shouldn't come down from it. it was fantastic. so today as you know, five critical primaries in the race to be president of the united states on both sides of the aisle. yesterday, donald trump is feeling it. he's ahead big in the five states. feels like he's turning the corner to become the nominee. he was fired up yesterday. john kasich, as you may have seen, was caught eating a few times on the campaign trail.
yesterday in philly at a diner. holding a press conference while having lunch. donald trump has seen enough. >> i have never seen a human being eat in such a disgusting fashion. i'm always telling my young son, and always with my kids, all of them, i'd say, children, small, little bites. small. this guy takes a pancake and is shoving it in his mouth. it's disgusting. do you want that for your president? i don't think so. i don't think so. it's -- honestly, it's disgusting. >> i saw this yesterday. i was dying. every time i see it, it's hilarious. >> but i feel bad for john kasich. >> i've all been caught eating. they're holding press conferences and trying to win votes. we're at a diner, just like you, eating pancakes and i'm shoveling it into my mouth,
trying to get your vote. >> pork chop. there's a rick perry corn dog picture we won't get into. every politician has been caught in a compromising position. >> why is food part of the campaign trail? >> you're in the diners and restaurants, mixing it up with people. >> hillary clinton has a famous rule. she won't eat on camera. she broke it in new york last week. you don't want that picture out there. john kasich does not care. you put food in front of him, he'll eat it. >> i have that problem, too. >> donald trump scored points on that with everybody. >> he's been light on john kasich because he doesn't know how to criticize him. now he's found his narrative on john kasich. disgusting eater. >> oh, my gosh. i mean, it teaches us a lesson. we eat on camera all the time. >> we're about to over your shoulder. >> i always have food in my
mouse on th mouth on this show. >> interesting thing a city in germany is doing. there, they actually have such a bad problem with people looking down at their phones and texting while they're walking. while walking into, apparently, an area where there are -- there is like a light rail or train that goes through the town. now, what they're doing is they've installed these new traffic lights, embedded right into the pavement. you don't have to look up. you can just keep your head down the whole time. people will not miss the lights when the lights blink. do not cross or there is going to be a train right there. you know, it's a safety problem here in the u.s., too. we talk about this all the time. university of washington did a survey. 1 in 3 americans, busy texting or working on their phones while they're crossing or walking. i've been known to walk into pillars in 30 rock all the time. i can't tell you how many times the security guard is, natalie, look out! >> we need the security footage of that. hand it over. >> at the elevator, oh!
>> how many times in new york do you see people going in cro crosswalk, near death experiences. cabs slam on the breaks. >> should a city cater to the people too clueless to look up from their phone? >> train crossing, do it. >> no crossing rails or barrier. but we have gotten to that point, i think, in society. you're basically -- i mean, we have to sort of reconfigure our cities and our sidewalks. >> i always have the look when i'm done on my phone. i realize i'm dodging and walking into people. i do the lookup like, i'm paying attention. i'm totally paying attention. >> how many times a day does somebody walk straight into you and look up when they hit you? i'm guilty of it, too. >> hello! >> easy to run into willie. >> interesting. i wonder if we'll see that here. >> i think we are going to. >> some version of it. >> some version, certainly. it's a safety thing. i do think we are getting to this point where kids more and more -- those kids today.
>> walking around like this all the time. >> not natalie at all. >> look up. i'm guilty, too. >> dylan was choked up about "lemonade" yesterday. we have something else that will choke you up. zac efron. >> never going to live that down. >> dylan loses it when she's around zac efron. >> so, zac, you're -- sorry. going into this movie, i would say -- >> i love that. i love seth rogen doing the awkward little -- >> did you not notice i'm awkward by nature? >> that's why we love you. >> then a situation like that. >> it's cute. we love you. >> well, yesterday, had a rough day on the set of "baywatch." they were shooting in georgia. it appears zac trips and falls behind his co-stars. clever piece of marketing, perhaps? >> i think it's mark it eiemark.
i think he's athletic. >> my natural reaction is to laugh when someone trips and falls. i hope he's okay. >> i'm sure he's fine. probably fake. >> looks like a flip. >> heels are above dwayne johnson's head. >> that is a fit group right there. holy smokes. left to right, everybody is looking great. we have a big day -- >> because they're not eating pretze pretzels. today is national pretzel day. don't you love all the holidays? stanley from the "office" loved national pretzel day. take a look. >> i didn't know there was such a thing. >> i wake up every morning in the bed that's too small, drive my daughter to a school that's too expensive. then i go to work to a job for which i get paid too little. but on pretzel day, well, i like pretzel day. >> oh, stanley. >> have we got a treat for stanley, and for us.
>> ben's soft pretzels. >> look at that. >> "today's take" written out in pretzel. >> amazing. >> they were baked within the last half hour. >> look beautiful. >> the "t" is still warm. >> i feel bad eating that. >> i'd like to buy a "t." >> have a bite, john kasich. >> come on. go ahead. >> willie, show america how it's done. >> pretzel. >> how do we eat on tv? >> ben's is giving away a year's worth of pretzels like these. go to ben's pretzels facebook page for a chance to win. >> we're working on the "t" here. you know how the shape of the pretzel came around? apparently, a monk created it in the -- 1610. not even the 1600s. it's 610. it's written here. legend has it. i don't know about the "t."
>> man, that's good. >> created the pretzel. >> thank you, ben's. these are amazing. >> in honor of john kasich, i'll do the weather with a pretzel in my mouth. >> eating on live tv. >> that was a bad idea. ♪ talking to myself let's talk storms. back through the plain states, we have a severe thunderstorm watch in effect in yellow here. in kansas city, we even have a severe thunderstorm warning. you can see a lot of cloud-to-ground lightning. it'll move east. then we'll get a break. then we're going to see stronger storms develop later this afternoon. this area in red, that's where we could see stronger storms later on today. especially south central nebraska, also through kansas. that's where the possibility of hail, three to four inches in diameter, is possible. we could even see strong tornadoes that be spread east through the night. tomorrow, we're looking at the chance for those to affect areas like st. louis, stretching to the gulf coast by tomorrow morning.
skies are still clear across the bay area as we take a live look at ocean beach. it will be a cool afternoon after a chilly start. and our temperatures slowly warming up with not as gusty winds as we had the couple of past days. now 53 degrees in san francisco. 57 in palo alto. highs reaching 70 at los gatos and low 70s for antioch and san ramon. here? >> yes, you are. come on over. >> have a seat. >> i see what's going on now. >> good morning. hi. >> what am i doing? dave coulier is in my seat. how cool is that? >> i am here. >> he has a new book. >> "the adventures of jimmy bugar." >> very exciting.
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where kids would read. i think you have to entertain kids. there's 92 pages of illustrations here by bob harper, who is a disney animator. john stamos does the voice of buck naked. >> of course he does. >> jimmy lives in nosa scotia with his mom, sugar bugar. her voice is done by lori loughlin. jodie sweetin sings a country d duet with the lead singer of the roger wellers. there is reggae, blues, country, all kinds of songs. a lot of jokes in here for the parents. when your kids are driving you nuts, driving around in the back of the mini van, the parents are entertained, too. >> thank you for that. sometimes, it's long getting through the books for mom and dad. we were just talking. i have a 6-year-old and this is
how they interface with reading. they swipefluidly how to do it. smart play. >> kids are on tablets and that's where they get information. i love when i see kids read. i'm passionate about, you know, doing something for kids. i've been rooted in family programming all these years. i got to see the "full house" kids grow up before my eyes. i've always been entertaining kids. this book will crack kids up. >> you knew bugars was the way to go. >> there is a song called "we love to fart." >> the puns are working. how fun was it coming up with the names? >> it was a world. i wanted to create a world that was fun for kids. come here, you little booger. come over here. that cracks kids up. i wanted to create a world where there was a lot of puns. little sneezers is the big diner
in nosa scotia, owned by art fleming. there is emily snotasake, the most beautiful. there is a blogger, calling himself a blugar. andrea, who plays kimmy gibbler on "full house" says her daughter loves this. parents will get a sick okick o it. the music is great. it's not kiddie music. >> even though it's about the bugars, there's good stuff in there. >> one sneeze away, yeah. >> let's talk "fuller house." you've never seen the original series, and you haven't binge watched the new series? >> i will someday. i'm sure i'll be hooked up to monitors. put that show i was on, put it
on. i've just never -- i'm like the last person i want to watch. someday, i'll have my binge watching. i've seen a couple episodes. my son grew up on "full house." he called it daddy's show. he'd say, can i watch daddy's show? i'd be like, finish your broccoli. someday, i'll watch them. i'm going to direct one of the episodes of "fuller house" this year. >> great. >> looking forward to that. >> season two already getting started then? >> starting up in a few weeks. it's exciting. surreal at the same time, being back at the house, back at warner brothers. it's so much fun. what a gift to work with people who i truly love. >> it is a family. you get a sense of that. >> we love each other. >> not jeff daniels. >> thank you. are you dumb or dumber? i can never figure out who you are. >> do not confuse them. "the adventures of jimmy bugar," available now for download. the man who knows how to
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jo jamie kennedy is known for comedy and his ability to survive horror films. he played a film geek in the classic "scream" movies. >> now, he's a brilliant doctor on the nbc series "heart beat." take a look. >> spent ten hours repairing a fibula from a multi-car pile up. this guy. would you like to have breakfast with a surgical god? >> i didn't hear anything in the news about hell freezing over, so no. >> oh, you can still not be mad. >> that is where you're wrong. >> jamie kennedy, good morning. >> morning. >> nice to have you here. >> how is everybody feeling? >> okay. >> maybe you should put this on.
what does this do? >> makes you see things, you know. >> one would think comedy, but this is definitely more of a dramatic role for you. >> yeah. people were like, man, you're a doctor? really? seriously? but it's a wonderful script. it was such a great part. i think the comedians like to show a different side of themselves. that's one of the reasons i wanted to be a part of this. >> how do you describe this show to people who haven't seen it? "grey's anatomy," "er," "chicago med"? >> i was raised on "st. elsewhere," one of the greatest shows of all time. close to that. we have "grey's" in there. we have a female surgeon dominating the male world. she has three lovers. >> hard problem to have. >> not mad about that, natalie. >> good for her. >> yeah.
get there. open ing up more than chests. where did this go? good morning, america. wait, this is -- >> don't worry about it. >> she's a great doctor. bizarre. my character is really good at doing, you know, surgery, but terrible at hygiene. that's why i have this beard. >> is it hard to get the medical terminology down, or has it become -- >> yeah, it's like the worst. took me like an hour to say tracheotomy. >> nailed it now. >> people were like, dude, you have to watch a surgery. youtube. i watch my stuff on youtube. >> it's how they do med school now anyway. quickly, we have a game before we go to break. >> medical terminology. >> lingo. >> dr. jamie. justin bieber super fan may
experience -- >> what is it? >> what am i talking about, willie? fainting, eye twitching or inability to speak? >> fainting, a. >> wow. >> that's good. >> true or false, natalie. nocturnal -- >> natalie? >> snoring in the sleep. >> you've finally earned enough reward miles on your airline credit card. now you just book a seat, right? not quite. sometimes those seats are out of reach, costing an outrageous number of miles. it's time to switch... to the capital one venture card. with venture, you'll earn unlimited double miles on every purchase, every day. and when you're ready to travel, just book the flight you want, on any airline and use your miles to cover the cost. now that's more like it. what's in your wallet? thank you so much. did you say honey? hey, try some? you know i'm always looking for real honey for honey nut cheerios. well you've come to the right place.
mind if i have another taste? not at all mmm part of a complete breakfast ==anim== happening today... ==topvo== a family babysitter accused of striking -- then shaking a ten-month-old baby in danville is expected to face a judge. police say a nanny camera caught tuesday morning, 9:26, i'm sam brock. a family member accused of striking and shaking a 10-month-old baby. a nanny camera caught the 23-year-old of antioch abusing the child at the family house. police arrested her on monday. police say the parents installed the nanny cam inside the home after they had a hunch something was wrong then they witnessed the abuse and reported it. police also say the infant was taken to the hospital as a precaution. peninsula leaders are get
egg input on possible noise to lower the noise from the skies from the neighborhood airport. some neighbors say the buzz from the airport is becoming too much. others say that problem is being aggravated and the airport is ideal for small plane enthusiasts. last month, san mateo county supervisors agreed to look at possible solutions. they will get an update on recommendation considered and plan on taking action in june. coming up after this, another chilly start to your day. we'll have a look at weather and traffic right after this. thank you so much.
did you say honey? hey, try some? mmm that is tasty. is it real? of course... are you? nope animated you know i'm always looking for real honey for honey nut cheerios well you've come to the right place. great, mind if i have another taste? not at all mmm you're all right bud? never better i don't know if he likes that. yeah part of the complete breakfast good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. a lot of sunshine but still school. it's 55 degrees in the east bay, and 55 degrees in the north bay. we warm up to the 70s for the inland area. 70 for the north bay and north for the south bay. we're getting ready for showers in the forecast. the clouds start to increase
later on tonight we'll start see the rain moving in by tomorrow morning. maybe some spotty showers into the early afternoon. let's check in with mike to see how the roads are moving. >> kar i, i heard from my manager joe out there, he called this one in. this issue southbound 101 and reporting the crash happened on the other side of the freeway he was safe. three people involved getting outside of cars taking care of business there. fremont, 880, still gummy here. >> manager joe now has a formal atitle. he's a man on the street reporter. thank you very much. we'll be back in half an hour with more updates for you.
taking a look at the headlines. flu vaccinations are more effective when administered in the morning. 300 adults were studies getting vaccinated, some in the morning and some in the afternoon. 2 of the 3 strains, the study found those who received the flu shot in the morning saw a significantly larger increase in an antibody consciencentration folg one month. an obesity epidemic not slowing down. obesity rates climbed significantly since 1999. more than 33% of american children were overweight in 2014. among those, about 17% were
obese. the largest increases were in severe obesity, which now affects an estimated 4.5 million kids and teens. looks like new england quarterback -- or patriots quarterback tom brady will be able to start the season on the sideline. a federal appeals court ruled brady must serve a four-game deflategate suspension imposed by the nfl. the judges overturned a lower court ruling. brady said he had no role in deflating air pressure in footballs used at the afc championship game back in 2015. facebook in a snap? the social media site developing a stand alone app, similar to snap chat. the appn -- app supports live streaming. it encourages the users to stay on the site longer and share more. the project is in its early stages. now to another police chase in california. this time, the suspect was not a
stolen sedan. instead, it was a young bear on the run. the slow speed pursuit happened last night in a los angeles sur you sha -- suburb. the bear ran from police cruisers trying to scare it from the area. the bear was sedated and will be released back into the forest, where it belongs. let's get a check of the weather right now from dylan, who is in for al. >> hey, natalie. good morning, everyone. we do have a pretty decent day across the southeast. temperatures in the 80s. the yellow, orange and red area is through kansas and nebraska. strong storms, large hail and tornadoes possible as the storm system slowly moves to the east. it'll move into st. louis, stretching down to the gulf coast. by the time we get to tomorrow morning, then they'll fizzle and move east into the afternoon. unsettled day across most of
our weather is nice and dry. a cool start. you see the sun and we start to see the clouds moving in later this afternoon. it won't be as windy as the gusts we've had the past couple of days. we're now at 58 degrees in concord. 54 in san francisco and livermore. 53 degrees warming up to 59 in san jose. 63 degrees in san francisco. and 64 in castro. low 70s for parts of north bay and east bay. tri-valley to the 70s in the afternoon. some very cool products that are going to blow your mind and, quite possibly, your budget. they're worth it. eric is the special project manager for "this old house." >> let's start with this amazing toilet i must have. what does it do? >> what we love about this new toilet -- >> whoa. >> kohler intelligent toilet. what we love about it is you
walk up to it in the morning and the lid comes up automatically. no arguing about who left the lid up. >> does it go down automatically? >> what's cool about it is kohler's idea was to design a toilet you didn't have to touch with your hands. fewer things you touch, the less you spread germs. you can close the cover, too. what's cool, it has a little seat heater going on. >> nice and warm. >> the idea is you don't use toilet paper with this. there is a -- >> wait, you don't use toilet paper? >> there is a wand that comes out. it washes you up. right? just like so. >> i'm glad we put this here. >> you can set it to move forward or back. whatever your preference. when it's done doing your washing for you, it dries you off with a nice refreshing air dry. >> wow. >> then -- >> natalie is going to read the bugar book. >> sorry. >> this is $4200.75.
>> worth all the bells and whistles. >> right. when you're done, flush it automatically and you're set. >> toasty buns for life. >> exactly. >> out of the bathroom and into the kitchen. >> make sure you wash your hands. everybody gathers in the kitchen. samsung built a fridge around that concept. this is the family hub fridge. >> love this. >> want to open this left-hand door? >> this one? >> yeah. >> what's cool about this, it has cameras built into the door. right here, every time you close the door, it takes a snapshot of all the items on your shelves. >> boy, okay. >> you're at the grocery store and thinking, do i still have eggs in the fridge or not? you pick up your phone and you can see right there what's in the fridge. >> so neat. >> you know what to buy. you don't buy things you're going to waste. don't buy extra stuff. the other thing that's cool about it, here's what's inside
right now. if we can get the guy to work with the wi-fi. this is what's inside. i just bought the yogurt. it'll expire in five days. we'll drag that guy down there. >> oh, my gosh. >> it'll count down to zero and send you a text when it expires. you know when to toss the yogurt. >> i love the next one. apple now is cornering the home market, as well. they have this new apple homekit platfo platform. >> apple has done a great job with homekit. it's a platform, not a physical product. what it does is it gets smart home devices from different manufacturers to talk together. what does it mean? i'll show you. siri, good morning. >> oh! >> no way. >> your light bulb comes up, the shades roll up. 80% because you don't want too much sun in the morning. >> right. >> the device kicks on the
coffeemaker. >> incredible. >> amazing. >> when you're in bed at night and nobody wants to get up and check the lights, if they're on downstairs, or go across the bedroom, you can say, goodnight, siri. >> you don't clap anymore to turn off the lights. >> upgraded a lot. >> amazing. >> i love these locks. >> this is -- for us, this is one of the killer apps in smart home technology. you can use it today and it's super practical. do you mind ringing the doorbell? press on the middle of the button there. >> here? >> yeah. hear the chime? we have a few second delay. it'll pop up. >> no way! >> shows up on my phone. i can say, the doorbell is ringing. i can answer that. >> somebody dropping a package off. >> this is a live view of the studio. >> neat. >> i can accept that. i can start talking to whoever
it is and say, hey, it's -- hey, mike, the ups guy, what's going on, man? >> really cool. >> he can deliver the package. >> if you want, you the open the door. mike, drop it inside. i hit this button. >> eric, fascinating technology. there's so much more. it's amazing. it's all on the website, today.com. eric, thanks so much. >> thank you for having me. i appreciate it. >> willie? >> kevin pollak and i are excited about the gadgets. >> camera phone in the refij ra -- refrigerator, fantastic. >> how good is the melon? >> kevin will be here to talk about "special correspondents" and the new film he's there's only one egg that just tastes better. so fresh from the farm. delicious. perfect. only one egg with more great nutrition... like 4 times more vitamin d and 10 times more vitamin e. and 25% less saturated fat.
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now, kevin pollak is in "special correspondents." two correspondents, ricky gervais and eric bana. kevin is their boss. >> i can't believe i'm following a refrigerator and toilet. >> great material. >> it's a self-cleaning toilet. >> i'm glad the toilet can wipe me up. >> so you know at home, the last five minutes we've been talking only about the self-cleaning toilet. now let's talk about your fantastic movie, "special correspondents." netflix, ricky gervais's brainchild. explain the concept behind the move rhee. >> it's a local station in new york that does news radio. i'm the director who is not happy with the eric bana field reporter, who is a little full of himself. i send him to ecuador, but ricky, who is the technician, loses their passports and they hole up in an apartment above their favorite spanish
restaurant and do the report, as if they're in ecuador. sounds funny except when they have to continue the story and then they get lost and there is no -- we have big, blown-up photos of them. bring them home. it's a security risk. the wonderful actress from "boardwalk empire" and much more, she and i are in this drama that takes place in the radio place. while they're out being funny. so i'm in a ricky gervais comedy. i'm in "all the president's men" at the radio station. the way i got the gig was the weirdest part. i'm at my weekly poker game. i wasn't in the hand, so i'm on the phone. i check twhe twitter. >> the twitter. >> on the internet. there is a direct message, little pop-up there. it's from ricky gervais, who i don't know at this point. >> oh, my gosh. >> we'd met for 40 seconds. >> good thing you follow each other so you can receive the
message. >> thankfully, we follow each other. we're both clever and intellige intelligent. so i open the direct message from ricky and it says, kevin -- my twitter comes with an accent -- kevin, i'm directing this comedy, and there's a part in it for you. brilliant. where should i send the script? i direct message back to this person i didn't know but admired. you can send the script. i'll read it for fun. answer is yes. already the greatest direct message i'll ever receive. >> amazing. >> i love that. >> we were going to ask for your ricky gervais impersonation but we just got it. >> sorry. >> no, it was great. "special correspondents" streaming on
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degrees in the north bay. one last dry day before showers move back into the forecast. and we'll start to see the rein moving into the morning commute as you go through date on wednesday. we'll keep you up to date on that. let's head to mike with an update on the morning commute. >> this tuesday, we did expect the commute. the bay ridge not so bad right now. we'll focus our attention over here. a crash northbound 68, and storeridge. and actually lining up, and that crash on dumbarton toll plaza a lilt slow. the northbound wraps around and 85 looking good. 87 much better. back to you. happening now, san francisco supervisors weighing a plan to tighten the rules for short term rental units. violators will face steep fines even misdemeanor charges.
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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. yes, hello, everybody, it's boozeday tuesday. that's "little bit of you" by chase bryant. hope you're having a nice day already. >> we are because look who's in our kitchen. >> how many years marilu have you and i and hoda been hanging out. >> oh, my gosh, you and i? so many years. >> and you remember every single one. that's the great thing about marilu and michael nice to have you here. >> thank you. >> her husband michael is here and they have a terrific book