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good morning. holiday havoc. a tropical depression swirling off the southeast coast. millions in its path as it gets set to make landfall today bringing storms and heavy rain. this is bringing deadly flooding in texas and dozens of rescues. in the midwest, they are cleaning up from severe storms and tornadoes. dylan racking it all. protests and clashes. violence outside donald trump rally in san diego. dozens of people arrested. all of it happening near the mexico border. while statements about faith when it comes to debate about bernie sanders. and deadly plane crash. you a world war ii plane crashes into the hudson river with hundreds of horrifying people
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-- horrified people watching as it happens. >> all of a sudden, it hit the water and within seconds it went down. >> the pilot killed. just what went wrong? and johnny depp's drama. his wife saying she is a victim of domestic abuse. leaving court seen with bruises and asking for a restraining order. this is days after filing for divorce. depp is asked to stay away from her. today, saturday, may 28th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning. welcome to "today" on this saturday morning. i'm sheinelle jones alongside craig melvin and dylan dreyer and our new family member stephanie ruhle. >> how is that? the music comes up. >> this is the "today" show. amazing to be here on memorial day. i can't think of a better day.
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>> we're excited to have you here. let's get to the top story. the weather hitting millions of americans. from flooding in texas to the tornadoes reported in kansas. and now the east coast is dealing with a tropical depression. we have janet shamlian with the round up in texas. good morning. >> sheinelle, good morning. a collapsed road here washed away in the city of brenan. this is one example of the roads damage that's been done after relentless rain and flash flooding. the focus this morning is shifting southeast as a tropical depression threatens the holiday weekend. >> reporter: all eyes on the southeast. >> will it make landfall? possibly or hug the coast. >> reporter: as the season's second tropical depression takes aim and an increase danger of rip currents and rough surf.
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across southeast texas, relentless rain. >> 20 inches of rain. >> reporter: leading raging waters and flooding homes and stranding drivers. rescuers working around the clock. police in con row breaking the window of a car to save a woman who drove around a barricade. throughout texas, two dead and three feared missing. believed to be swept away in vehicles. relatives say 21-year-old darren mitchell posted this picture of his truck filling with water before he disappeared. his caption, all i wanted to do was go home. alan meier wants to clean up after riding out the storm with his family. >> the tree came down and smashed the shop. >> reporter: in the plains, no relief. heavy winds and hail in kansas and funnel clouds in morehead, minnesota and fargo, north dakota. in missouri, close to 100 people forced from their apartments.
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this is after flash flooding. >> it was crazy for the simple fact of the water that was coming through. and how fast that came up. >> reporter: it follows a week of powerful tornadoes in the heartland. more than 100 reported since last saturday. and throughout the area, a number of roads barricaded like this one. there are more scattered showers in the forecast for today, but they're just scattered. nothing like the past few days. it gives authorities a chance to assess damage. sheinelle, back to you. >> janet, thank you. dylan is here with the massive rain in texas. a lot of folks traveling this weekend. hanging out with friends and family. we've got something brewing off the east coast. >> if this storm gets a name, it would be bonnie. it would be only the 7th storm to be named in may since 1980. we're watching this. it will likely become storm bonnie. it is moving 14 miles west.
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winds at 30 miles per hour. it will max out at 40 miles per hour. it's not a lot of wind. it is not a lot of rain. for folks at the beaches, this could lead to dangerous rip currents. we are going to see it strengthen into a tropical storm. it will make landfall at some point between charleston, south carolina and myrtle beach. then it will turn and go out to sea. it will pump moisture in the northeast. especially the interior northeast where we could see 1 to 3 inches of rainfall. in new york city, we could see spotty showers early monday morning. we are watching the storms through the plains. we are clearing out of texas. we do still have the chance of some isolated stronger storms. it is a marginal risk from the great lakes through texas. they'll be spotty. some could produce larger hail, isolated damaging winds. any tornadoes are not widespread. tomorrow, gearing up for the next round. in amarillo and across the texas panhandle, that is where we have the best chance of stronger
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storms and going into next week, more rain for texas. we could see another round of more storms next week. >> all right. thanks. now moving on to politics. more violence outside of a donald trump rally. 35 people were arrested overnight in san diego after clashes between protesters and supporters broke out on the streets while trump was inside. here is nbc's katy tur. >> reporter: battleground san diego. protesters trying to climb barricades clashing with police and getting rough with donald trump supporters. 20 minutes from mexico. this is the closest he has been to the border since last august. >> we will build a wall. a wall. we're going to build a wall. >> reporter: but the headline friday was trump's about face on debating bernie sanders. >> in the first place, you don't want to debate a guy in second place. >> reporter: trump releasing a statement saying it is inappropriate to debate a second place finisher. after he told reporters the debate was on. >> if we raise money for women's
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health issues or something. if we raise $10 million or $15 million for charity. >> sanders finding out the deal was off to reporters. >> i heard he was going to debate me. then i heard he was not going to debate me. then i heard he was. now you are telling me he is not going to debate me. you know, i hope he changes his mind again. >> reporter: a trump/sanders debate would be very much the vermont senator's advantage as he fights it out with hillary clinton. sanders saying friday he's scared she'll lose to trump. >> am i worried? why do you think i'm going crazy and running all over california? >> reporter: clinton not just battling sanders and trump and herself in the e-mail scandal that won't go away. >> you compare the e-mails to the number of tax terms she made public. she looks pretty good. >> reporter: katy tur, nbc news, san diego. to breaking news overnight.
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a small world war ii vintage plane crashed into the hudson river killing the pilot. officials are still trying to figure out what went wrong on board. ray vieta is here from other affiliate wnbc is here with more. >> reporter: good morning, sheinelle. investigators are on the water. we know the identity of the pilot. 56-year-old william gordon. he was here for an air show this weekend. something went wrong. the plane circled and smoked and then crashed in the hudson river. the moment of impact caught on tape. >> all of a sudden, it hit the water and in seconds it went down. >> reporter: a vintage world war ii plane, a p-37 thunder bolt. expected to be part of a long island air show this weekend, crashed into the hudson river friday night off the edge of manhattan. >> the pilot come up. all of a sudden, the plane went down and he never came up. >> we saw it splashing into the water.
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disappeared. >> reporter: the coast guard and fire and rescue from new york and new jersey scrambling to the scene. in search of the 56-year-old pilot. he's seen here in a recent photo. a good samaritan from a passing sailboat jumped into the river to help, but unfortunately, the one seater plane went under quickly. the search for the pilot went through the night. at times, causing confusion for the rescuers and public. >> new jersey state police put something out he was on the way to the hospital. is he okay? >> that's inaccurate. >> reporter: the plane went down close to where the airliner went down in 2009 better known as the miracle on the hudson. tragically, this story has a different ending. before 11:00 p.m. police recovered his body. the cause of the crash is still unknown. the army corps of engineers expected to lift the plane out of the water today. ray villeda, thank you. the tsa is tested this weekend with millions expected to fly home after the memorial day weekend.
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friday, for the most part, security lines moved faster than a lot of people expected. nbc's morgan radford is at laguardia. morgan, how is it going so far? >> reporter: good morning, craig. the lines at laguardia are not bad. if you are like millions of americans and finally kicking off the weekend, that means you are driving. we found tips for you. security lines wrapping around airports. as 4 million americans take to the skies. ready to kickoff the summer travel season. >> we were concerned. we wanted to make sure we anticipated these delays. >> i was hoping it would be faster. >> reporter: after coming under fire, the tsa says 90% of the wait times at the country's 20 biggest airports were under 15 minutes by thursday. >> the peak is below 30 minutes. >> reporter: 38 million americans are expected to travel this weekend. while the airports are packed,
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the roads are not better. >> we try to miss the peak driving times in the morning and evening as best as we can. >> reporter: 89% of travelers this weekend are taking to the roads. partly that is because of the low gas prices. at a national average of $2.32 a gallon, gas has gone up 18 cents in the past month. still 42 cents cheaper than this time last year. >> we can pull in and fill up and feel good about it. >> reporter: aaa travel expert robert sinclair says if you are getting behind the wheel this weekend, there are important things to keep in mind. >> what do we need to check? >> check inflation pressure. you see we're at about 15 psi. >> reporter: okay. is that good? >> most tires are in the 30 range. this is severely under inflated. >> do the penny test to make sure you have enough tread on your tires in case it rains. >> make sure you cover lincoln's head. >> reporter: experts say you might want to give yourself an
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extra hour if you are headed to the airport today. if you are driving, come back on sunday to avoid the monday rush hour. that means more people on the roads which can mean more accidents. craig? >> morgan, thank you. good to see you at laguardia this morning. some other headlines this morning. chalk up another successful launch and landing for the spacex reusable rocket. it delivered a communication satellite into an orbit higher than the international space station and then the first stage returned to earth to nail the landing on a platform. some scary moments. a customer paying the cashier and when look at this. a car crashed through the plate glass. smashing into the checkout counter. it narrowly missed the cashier and customer. no one was injured. the cause of the crash is under investigation. and in cincinnati, it was dr. heimlich to the rescue. at a senior citizens home.
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the 96-year-old inventor of the maneuver saw a woman choking. he immediately rushed to perform his famous procedure saving the life of his 87-year-old neighbor. believe it or not, dr. heimlich says this is the first time he used his technique to save someone's life. in sports, a big night for the cleveland cavaliers. they won the eastern conference championship by trouncing the toronto raptors, 113-87. lebron james was on fire. including check this out. monster dunk followed by screaming at drake sitting court side. he has taunted james on social media in the past. he led with 33 points. he clinched a spot in the team's second straight nba finals. they play the winner of the golden state and oklahoma city series. lebron james not talking to
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other players or coach or ref. >> he spent the series mocking lebron james. i think he probably gets the last laugh. at some point we get a lebron james lyric. >> that will live on. let's check in with dylan. big holiday weekend. >> we are kicking off summertime here. we do have mostly nice weather up and down the west coast. except for seattle. that is the case most of the time. we have nice weather up and down the east coast except for carolina as the tropical depression gets closer. we have pockets of heavy rain in nebraska and moving through northwestern iowa, too. that is where we will see scattered storms. nothing too severe expected today. in the northeast, 80s and 90s. in the west, 70s. that's the weather for >> hey, good saturday morning to you. meteorologist anthony slaughter. here looking a little hazy conditions across parts of the golden gate bridge and fog mixed with haze but overall, all that's going to clear out as we go through the day.
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a nice looking day and look how mild it is in san francisco. 56 degrees. same goes for the east bay, 60 in the south bay. high temperatures near 90 in the south bay today, 81 for the east bay, 72 san francisco, but it's going to be toasty in the tri-valley, 92 degrees there. warm into the north bay, 89 later on. and that's your latest and that's your latest forecast. >> thank you, dylan. >> up next, an incredible reunion for two vietnam war buddies that was more than 40 years in the making. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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motion. nbc's sarah dallof has more. >> reporter: the friendship at the height of the vietnam war. mike peterson and max stretch mcmullen. 19-year-olds from opposite sides of the u.s. one shy, one quick to crack a joke. it was pete's quietness. maybe the need that he needed to make a friend and i lt as though i could be his friend. >> reporter: the matching white tops they wore a symbol of their bond. >> that's the story behind the tank top? >> i loved it. he was the only one in the white tank top. he asked if i wanted one. absolutely i want one. we were wearing tank tops in a war zone. white tank tops in a war zone. probably wasn't smart. but it was pretty cool. >> reporter: between the jokes, difficult times and danger. in april of 1971, stretch's patrol came under attack. >> next thing you know, a mortar round hit the personnel carrier. >> reporter: this shows the
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artillery they fired back trying to save their comrades. stretch survived, but was shot. even talking about it now is difficult. after vietnam, the two lost contact as they tried to distance themselves from the war. they spoke very little of it to their families until one day last year when pete unexpectedly opened up to his daughter about his pal stretch. >> he said if i knew where he lived, i would get in my car and drive there now. that stuck out with me. i knew i had to find him. >> reporter: pete's daughter started a letter writing campaign and facebook page. finding stretch was seen by 40,000 people. including stretch's neighbor and niece. his young son helped deliver the news. >> here you go, grandpa. we found stretch. >> reporter: the two talked and e-mailed daily. at this time, it was time for
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a long overdue reunion. 46 years have passed. >> we have to put these on. >> reporter: the white tank tops don't fit exactly the same. but what's most important hasn't changed. inside the house. >> yes. >> reporter: a walk down memory lane, they could not take with anyone but each other. >> pete understands. i understand pete. >> reporter: a friendship formed on the other side of the world has come full circle four decades later. >> it is something we will not lose. >> reporter: for "today," sarah dallof, nbc news. >> how fantastic is that. >> those are great americans. >> we salute them for their service on memorial day weekend. you cannot get a more perfect story. >> way to go pete's daughter. for tracking them down. >> the power of social media. coming up, the latest brain teaser that has taken the internet by storm. can you spot the mistake? >> found it. just kidding. >> i wouldn't be surprised. >> first these messages.
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kira/2shot . you're watching "today in the bay." >> it is 6:26 on your saturday morning. the sun is shining over san jose on this last saturday of may. good morning to you. i'm kira klapper. anthony slaughter has a look at our microclimate forecast. >> it's going to be hot. hope you're prepared for the heat because we're talking 80s and 90s over the next couple days. at the coastline comfortable, 70s, maybe 60s today. so still another day to get out and enjoy. the shot from healeds burg, clouds and fog. north bay, keep in mind wine county going to be toasty this afternoon close to 90 degrees. 72 in san francisco later on, 81 east bay and 90 for the south bay. the tri-valley will get foot 90s
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and set the tone for the weekend. more 90s for tomorrow and warmer for memorial day. we will go over the seven-day forecast coming up in about a half hour. >> 7:00, we'll tune in. anthony, thanks. developing story this morning the search for a missing vallejo teenager is expected to continue today. yesterday afternoon investigators picked up a new lead in the tiny coastal town of jenner in sonoma county 90 minutes from where the girl vanished. pearl pinson, the 15-year-old was seen wednesday morning screaming for help as a gunman pulled her away. that gunman was killed in a shoot-out, but pearl is still nowhere to be found. police say 19-year-old fernando castro was the prime suspect in pearl's kidnapping. thursday police got into a deadly gun battle with castro in santa barbara county. her family believes she is still alive. coming up on "today in the bay" -- six students if the south bay, they are sick. we'll tell you what the illness
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is spreading like wildfire at some san jose pel plenty schools and all your top stories and weather coming up at 7:00 right now we'll send you back to the "today" show.
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help us understand who donald trump is as a man. i need to know you will make us feel safe and you make us feel proud. >> i think i have a bigger heart than all of them. i think i'm more competent than all of them. when you talk about george bush. say what you want, the world trade center came down during his time. >> hold on. you can't blame george bush. >> don't blame him or don't blame him. he was president. >> back on a saturday morning, may 28th, 2016. that was our new anchor stephanie ruhle interviewing donald trump. bloomberg tv in october. coming up this half hour, we will learn more about her professional background as well as her life as a working mom. what a fantastic crowd in the meantime kicking off the memorial day weekend with us. we will head outside in a bit. a lot of people outside.
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or is it just me? it's a lot of people. here is what is making headlines this morning. a tropical depression forming in the atlantic ocean is expected to make landfall in south carolina by the end of the day. this as millions of people in texas and midwest clean up from deadly flash flooding and tornadoes. 35 people were arrested on friday outside of a donald trump rally in san diego. protesters and supporters clashed on the streets while the candidate was inside. also this morning, trump says he will not debate bernie sanders as he originally proposed. the pilot of the vintage world war ii plane is dead after the plane crash in the hudson river on friday. onlookers caught the image on camera. the pilot's body was pulled from the crash three hours later. officials have not said what went wrong. now for the accusations against actor johnny depp. his wife, amber heard, filed a restraining order claiming he
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attacked her last weekend. we have the latest from gadi schwartz. >> reporter: amber heard walking out of court with a temporary restraining order and bruising on her face after a judge ruled her husband, johnny depp must stay away. her face after a jud her husband, johnny depp must stay away. according to documents depp showed up at the condo i inebriated and high. he pulled her hair striking her and grabbing her face. depp is over seas promoting a movie and working with a charity and touring with his band. he has not spoken publicly. in court documents, his lawyers responded by saying it was unnecessary because they agreed to stay away from each other adding amber is attempting to secure a premature financial resolution by alleges abuse. heard filed for divorce and asked for spousal support on
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monday. depp's lawyers declining to comment to nbc news. last month, the couple grabbed headlines. >> you disrespect australia law. >> reporter: awkwardly apologizing after bringing this be dogs to australia. >> there have been times where they have not been together. there has been this constant rumors about him. about whether he's partying too much. >> reporter: so far, there is no criminal investigation. lapd says they showed up to a call near the condo and officers reported no signs of a crime. >> is this going to affect their careers? >> let's wait and see what happens with this. in the moment, in the court of public opinion, i that jury is still out. >> reporter: for "today," gadi schwartz, nbc news, los angeles. >> distressing. it is time for another check of the forecast. dylan is on the plaza. hey, dylan. >> we have all sorts of people. a huge crowd.
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is it nice out here or what? >> yes. >> i have to say, you are looking stunning this morning. where are you from? >> alabama. >> hanging out for memorial day? >> i'm here for my birthday. me and my mom are may babies. >> it sounds pretty. let's see what the weather is like across the country. isolated strong storms. nothing severe. it will be better than what we have seen recently. we will see that across the northern plains and upper midwest. spotty showers. nothing will be a washout around the great lakes. we are keeping an eye on the coast of north carolina and south carolina as the tropical depression gets closer. temperatures should be up in the 80s and 90s here in new york. in the boston area, 85. sunday strong storms across the panhandle of texas. isolated tornadoes possible. temperatures on sunday, warm across the northeast. monday, we are looking for some moisture in the northeast. mainly monday morning.
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your afternoon barbecue should be fine as the tropical . hey, good saturday morning to you. meteorologist anthony slaughter waking up to some sunshine in san jose. no fog this morning at the coast. just a little hazy there. 56 degrees in san francisco, 60 right now in the south bay, 51 north bay, later on wine country will be close to 90 degrees. coastline, san francisco, you will be at 72, 92 the tri-valley and staying warm for the south bay, 90 as well. temperatures stay warm over the next couple days and a full forecast for you coming up this morning. hope to see you at 7:00. it's so sunny out here. i don't know where to stand. guys. >> thank you, dylan. just ahead, the new gym that encourages its members to get high while working out. we'll explain. and how you can live just and how you can live just the we could tell you that the designer color collections from hgtv home by sherwin-williams
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we are back on a saturday morning. it's time to "trend." >> let's trend. >> first up, the internet loves puzzles like find the panda or find the potato in the middle of hamsters. i'm moving on. here is the latest to go viral. can you spot the mistake? >> all right. >> take a look. >> i found it. >> did you find it? >> it is for people who love english and not math. >> maybe are you missing it. the picture has been shared 400,000 times. you see the word circled there. "mitsake." >> i like this. here is something you don't hear every day. this fall, you can join a marijuana friendly gym. that's right. power plant fitness opening in san francisco. it will allow members to smoke and consume edible cannabis
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while working out. >> according to the gym's co- founders, rickey williams, members must complete a cannabis performance assessment to assess their tolerance. they looking to get a lease and secure all of the permits. i thought it was an endorphin high you get. >> wouldn't it be hard to breathe if you are working out? >> i don't know, dylan. you tell me. >> i'm speaking about smoking. you wouldn't have a smoking cigarette gym. counterintuitive. >> that would be weird. this one you have to see. this is amazing. chef gordon ramsay may have a son he didn't know about and you can own the "full house" home. dylan has popstart. >> first up, let's talk about
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look alikes. all shapes and sizes. one 10 month old is causing a stir online for his striking resemblance to chef gordon ramsay. the mom tweeted this picture to the chef. she went to a lab for the donation. he feels sorry for the baby. the tweets have gone viral. in case you are wondering, he sometimes acts like ramsay when he is hungry or hangry. open up your wallets. the tanner residence is up for sale. the iconic home can be yours. the three bedroom and four bathroom house is on the market for $4.1 million. expensive, but can you put a
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for only $348, at lowe's. time for the getting to know you portion of the show. we met stephanie briefly last week. now it's time to learn a bit more about her. >> let's get the full shot. who better to ask than the people who know her best. her own family. >> my name is stephanie ruhle. i'm 40. 40 years old. i grew up in new jersey. the garden state. i lived here in new york city for the last 20 years. >> i would say passionate, social, hard working.
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>> full of energy. >> one, two. >> energetic. hard working. >> i did grow up with my mom and dad and my older sister. i have a really small, but strong family. >> as a little girl, stephanie was the quintessential tom boy. >> my sister called me and right after my freshman year, i studied in guatemala and kenya. it was incredible. >> i first met stephanie in the training program at creditswiss. our jobs out of college. >> the bishop married us. i want to turn around and say every person here means something in my life.
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and they did. >> what are you making in. >> meatballs. >> i have three kids. my oldest son is 9. harrison. harry. my son, rece, is 7. my daughter, drew, is 3. >> i'm three. >> she's three. >> stephanie as a mother is amazing. she wants to give the kids the most and the best and the best time. >> i love my children. more than anything. i love spending time with them. they're my partners. >> my new job? >> i was in finance for 14 years. i thought about do i love what i'm doing? i don't want to have a job. i want a career. >> what shocked me was she was on air the first day and never looked back. >> talk about the difference between the sell and buy. >> chairman and ceo of jpmorgan
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chase. >> with us now is the masters winner is jordan spieth. >> the responsibility of being in the business is much bigger than i thought. as we look at the election now and we see when you say things and when you do things, the impact it has on people. it is massive. >> we are so very excited to welcome stephanie ruhle. >> stephanie is moving to msnbc and the "weekend today" show. it is not her comfort zone, but she's up for the challenge. >> this is the show that defines morning tv. i want to tell stories of impact. doing it on the "today" show, we can show you the most amazing things out there. the moment where my mom can now say this is what my daughter does. >> you are getting a great girl. >> your parents have to be exceptionally proud. >> two exceptional people. thank you. my gosh.
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>> this is your life. >> i think that was awesome. >> we saw some interviews there. you have other interviews. >> working at bloomberg. mike bloomberg represents iconic business. misty copeland first african-american face of under armour. next to jordan spieth and steph curry and tom brady. a balance rina. the one and only you saw. the others, martha stewart. musicians. everybody wants a brand. martha created branding. >> dee wade. >> i see some of your interviews. >> i love the business of sports. dwyane wade. shooting hoops in his backyard. here is why he's the nicest guy. at no point does he mention the hoop was lowered.
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getting all my shots in. i'm going this is amazing. >> so now what? if you say i want to do this here today. what would you say? >> i wanted to talk more about great women. we are so hard on ourselves. especially working mothers. i want us to start to work hard on ourselves. not be hard on ourselves. there are great women we should tell stories about, but celebrate. when you think about breaking the glass ceiling. i don't want to break. i don't want more hash tags or more campaigns. let's have a great time and great time doing it. >> one thing at the "today" show is we like to embarrass. i just so happen to have a picture from your high school yearbook. >> i'm dying to know what were you wearing? >> you know what? you are from the garden state. i don't remember wearing that cowboy. >> you are daring me.
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we are both from the nj. >> can we see the picture one more time? can we get it? >> i think that was a state uniform in 1993. >> the bangs were a must. we had the stacked bangs. >> were an art form. >> another level. >> we are very excited about having you. >> and not having that hair. >> yes. you traded in that hair. >> we are back in a moment. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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that does for us this saturday morning. >> we are preempted tomorrow. you can meet the former california governor schwarzenegger. then on assignment, richard engel gets access to the drone warfare program tomorrow night
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coming up next, on today in the. vo . e search for a miss good morning. i'm kira klapper. coming up next on "today in the bay" -- the search intensifies for a missing vallejo teen. why police say there is no reason to give up. also, two dogs die after a hit and run and police need your help finding the driver. bring on the memorial day weekend heat. meteorologist anthony slaughter will let us know just how warm it will get this holiday weekend.
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take a live look outside...... (adlib) from nbc bay area, this is "today in the bay." >> it is 7:00 on your saturday morning. we're taking a live look outside in san jose. sunny skies. it's the last saturday of may, the unofficial start to summer. memorial day weekend and the weather is matching the calendar for once. >> that's right. >> good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm kira klapper. anthony slaughter has a look at that gorgeous microclimate forecast. >> that's what you like to s

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