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join us for nbc bay area news at 11:00. good morning. pay for play. donald trump asks for a special prosecutor to investigate hillary clinton after a watchdog group accuses of her of giving clinton foundation donors special access when she was secretary of state. >> i've become increasingly shocked by the vast scope of hillary clinton's criminality. on late night, clinton laughed off trump's unfounded claims that she's in failing health. >> it's part of the wacky strategy. just say all these crazy things and maybe you can get some people to believe you. deadly encounter. a north carolina trooper shoots and kills a deaf driver. after a traffic stop turns into
a chase. that officer now on leave. an investigation under way. did he mistake sign language for a threat of violence. did they know? a new report out on that alligator attack at disney world. at least two tourists telling disney employees that an alligator was near the beach just hours before a 2-year-old was killed. were their warnings ignored. and dropped. ryan lochte loses four major sponsors over the false claims he was robbed in rio. could his behavior now threaten the bid to bring the games back to los angeles? today, tuesday, august 23rd, 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." it's a tuesday morning. >> we still don't know what the usoc is going to do in terms of punishment for these four swimmers. when it comes to ryan lochte, the business community is
already speaking out. >> paying a heavy price indeed. we're going to have the latest on that. let's start with new developments in the presidential race including the revelation that investigators found 15,000 additional e-mails that hillary clinton never turned over. our decision 2016 team has it all covered. let's start with nbc's hallie jackson. hallie, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. after weeks of playing defense, donald trump is trying to get on offense, where his campaign wants him, as he faces fire now for his comments aimed at african-american voters. back on the trail trailing in the polls, donald trump reading his speech but not changing the script. >> one more hillary clinton lie. >> reporter: trump pouncing on new leaked e-mails accusing hillary clinton of granting access to the state department in exchange for donations to the clinton foundation. >> an expedited investigation by a special prosecutor immediately, immediately,
immediately. >> he's now calling for an independent investigation after the release of those e-mails as part of a lawsuit by a conservative activist group. >> i've become increasingly shocked by the vast scope of hillary clinton's criminality. >> clinton's team argues "the foundation has already laid out the unprecedented steps the charity will take if she becomes president." bill clinton announcing if his wife was elected he would step down from the foundation board and no longer raise funds for it. another new twist threatens to keep clinton's e-mail controversy hanging over her campaign. a federal judge ordering the state department to release 15,000 more e-mails by late september. clinton brushing it off on "jimmy kimball live." >> my e-mails are so boring. i'm embarrassed about that. they're so boring. we already released 30,000 plus.
so what's a few more? >> her team turning to a different topic to take on trump hitting him for these comments overnight in ohio intended for african-american voters. >> you'll be able to walk down the street without getting shot. right now you walk down the street and you get shot. >> clinton's campaign calling that bigotry. doubling down on insults, fear and stereotypes. trump now making some news on the immigration front, too, canceling a speech on the topic planned for later this week in denver and now seeming to shift his stance saying that those undocumented immigrants he would deport would be split into two categories. those who have broken other laws, and those who haven't. in the meantime, we're getting a snapshot of how the race is looking nationally. our new nbc news survey poll shows clinton leading trump by eight points now. that margin is right around where she was last week and where she's been about since july. savannah? >> all right, hallie jackson, thank you. >> during that late-night
appearance hillary clinton brushed off questions being raised about her health claiming they're part of a wacky republican strategy. nbc's andrea mitchell has that part of the story. andrea, good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. hillary clinton on a high dollar fund-raising swing through california today dismissing what her aides are calling deranged conspiracy theories by donald trump and his surrogates about her health. hillary clinton on jimmy kimmel live joking about the health issue. themes. take my pulse while i'm talking to you. >> okay. >> make sure i'm alive. >> oh, my god, there's nothing there. >> there's nothing there. what can i say? >> it's an almost constant refrain from donald trump calling clinton weak. >> she doesn't have the strength or the stamina. she also lacks the mental and physical stamina. to take on isis. >> reporter: egged on, say
observers, by his frequent side man, former new york mayor rudy giuliani. >> i think she's tired. >> reporter: on monday giuliani criticizing a recent clinton event. >> she looked sick. >> a day earlier offering widely criticized internet videos as supposed proof. >> go online and put down hillary clinton illness and take at the videos for yourself. >> reporter: hitting back clinton spokesman brought up giuliani's prostate cancer diagnosis. 16 years ago. tweeting google rudy and health and you can read about how he withdrew from 2000 senate race against clinton. in what appears to be a campaign strategy, trump's new campaign ceo steve bannon is making the same charge about clinton's health. >> i'm not saying she is had a stroke or anything like that, but this is not the woman that we're used to seeing. >> reporter: all this despite no evidence clinton has a health problem. her doctor issuing a two-page report a year ago describing clinton as in excellent physical condition and fit to serve as president of the united states
fully recovered from a concussion in 2012. clinton's medical report more detailed than this brief note from trump's doctor saying "if elected mr. trump i can state unequivocally will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency. >> can you open this jar of pickles? this has not been tampered with. this is -- >> oh. >> even though donald trump at 70 would be the oldest president to take the oath of office if elected and clinton is 68, neither of these candidates has provided as much detailed information about their health as other recent presidential nominees. savannah and matt? >> thank you very much. >> president obama travels to louisiana this morning to survey flood damage in the baton rouge area. a trip he's been criticized for not making sooner. nbc's gabe gutierrez is in baton rouge again for us this morning. hi, gabe. good morning. >> reporter: savannah, good
morning. the president is expected here later today fresh off his two-week vacation in martha's vineyard. as you can see behind me, the cleanup effort is well under way. at least 13 people have died as a result of these floods. more than 60,000 homes have been damaged. and more than 100,000 people have already applied for federal aid. with louisiana suffering from what the red cross calls the country's worst natural disaster since superstorm sandy, the white house pushing back at critics who claim the president has been slow to respond. >> there's all too common temptation to focus on the politics and to focus on the optics. >> while the president signed a federal disaster declaration almost nine days ago, some are still questioning his absence including a louisiana newspaper that wrote a scathing op-ed, sending the president one message, hurting louisiana needs you now. last week homeland security secretary jeh johnson toured the damage. >> of course the president can't be everywhere.
i can tell you that the president has been closely monitoring the situation here in louisiana. >> reporter: but magnifying mr. obama's absence, gop presidential candidate donald trump who visited the area on friday, handing out food and supplies to victims. trump laying into the president. >> obama ought to get off the golf course and get down there. >> reporter: this is not the first time a president has been criticized after a natural disaster in louisiana. president bush was blasted in 2005 for the federal response following hurricane katrina. louisiana governor john bell edwards has said that so far he's praising the federal response. as for hillary clinton, she has released a statement saying she's committed to visiting the communities devastated by the floods, when and if the political campaign does not disrupt from the response. safin in >> all right, gabe, thank you. to north carolina where an investigation is under way into a deadly police shooting of a deaf driver.
tamron has more on that. >> it happened in charlotte after an attempted traffic stop turned into a chase. what exactly led to that shooting is still unclear. a community in mourning. family and friends gathering monday night to remember daniel harris. his young son lighting a candle for his father now gone from his life forever. harris, who was deaf, was fatally shot by a state trooper last thursday night after allegedly failing to pull over for speeding leading police on a brief pursuit that ended just outside his home. harris' brother, sam, who is also deaf remembered his sibling. >> handsome man. he had a beautiful smile. easy to smile, too. great sense of humor. sociable. >> reporter: in a statement, the north carolina highway patrol said in part the driver exited his vehicle and an encounter took place between the driver and the trooper, causing a shot to be fired. >> when the gunshot went off,
you know, really scary. >> reporter: mark barringer is harris' neighbor and witnessed the shooting. >> they should have been trained to realize this is an entirely different situation. you're pulling someone that's over that's deaf, they're handicapped. >> daniel's brother says he experienced similar situations. >> i pulled over and was within a few seconds, officers at my window with his weapon drawn, and in my office. and it's like i motioned to him, i'm deaf, i'm deaf, i'm deaf. >> reporter: in a statement to nbc news the national association of the deaf says in part deaf individuals often are unable to understand the verbal commands of law enforcement officers, and this has led to many physical altercations between law enforcement officers, and deaf individuals, over the years. with some resulting in death. a crowd funding site was set up by the harris family for a memorial. and according to one post, any additional funding will go toward educating and training law enforcement in dealing with the deaf. harris' family hopes to create an alert system that would let
police know when they run a license plate check that they are pulling over a deaf driver. the officer involved has been placed on administrative leave which is police department protocol pending an investigation. >> that's such a terrible story. >> horrible. maybe as a result of it some change will be enacted as a result. it's heartbreaking. >> sounds like it's necessary. this summer's fatal alligator attack in disney world is back in the headlines this morning. a new report outlining the desperate attempt by the boy's father to save his son and alligator warnings from other park guests. nbc's kerry sanders is with us for more on that. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. the report by the florida fish and wildlife conservation commission is heart wrenching. it clearly states that matt graves did everything he could to try to rescue his son blain from the clutches of an attacking alligator but the alligator was just too strong.
2-year-old lane graves was unaware he was in mortal danger. building a sand castle on the shore of disney's seven seas lagoon. he bent over to scoop the wet sand according to the final incident report. that's when his father matt heard a splash in the water and turned to find an al gator had his son's head in its powerful jaws. graves told police it grabbed him and pulled him back into the water. 16-year-old peter witnessed the terror. >> i saw the father jump in after the gator and he rolled around in the water. >> another bystander described matt running out of the water with blood all over the right side of his face and right hand. unable to free his child he was yelling please come help my son. a gator got him. a sheriff's deputy says he saw lane's mother melissa pacing up and down the beach, clutching her other child and screaming. after 16 hours of searching, the 2-year-old's body was found not far from the shore. florida wildlife officials examined and killed six
alligators. they say the evidence gathered show it's very likely one was the gator that killed lane. but it is not certain. since the tragedy, disney has built a stone wall around the lagoon and added warning signs around waterfront areas. and this morning the report is raising questions about whether prior warnings were ignored. at least two people said they reported alligator sightings to disney employees but the report does not reveal how the employees reacted to those reports. nbc news reached out to disney for a comment but got no response. september 3rd is lane grave's birthday. he would have been 3 years old. matt and melissa graves say they do not plan to sue disney releasing in a statement on monday we're focused on the well-being of our family. that is our priority. matt, savannah? >> our hearts are with them. kerry sanders, thank you. exhausted firefighters out in washington state are getting some much needed help with a
pair of stubborn wildfires near spokane. reinforcements are arriving from oregon and idaho. the fires have destroyed at least ten homes and forced families to evacuate 250 others. in california, more than 10,000 firefighters are making headway against a half dozen major fires there. but the one that's been threatening the famed hearst castle is spreading in the opposite direction going deeper into monterey county. now to an event that did not go quite as planned. this was sunday at the annual port huron float down on the saint claire river in michigan. a large group showed up, along with 30-mile-per-hour winds and it blew more than 1,000 participants off course and into ontario where they had to be rescued by the canadian coast guard. nobody was hurt. it took six hours to get everybody back to the u.s. and through customs. the canadian coast guard officials said there were americans everywhere. >> that's wild.
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==topvo== stanford university is making a new push to cut out a very good morning to you. 7:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. stanford university is making a new push to cut out high volume alcohol consumption. all hard alcohol is banned from on campus parties. that includes fraternities and societies. at the same time, students over 21 will still be allowed to keep hard alcohol in their rooms but the size of the bottle can be no larger than a pint. university says penalties for breaking the new policy may include being kicked out of schoolhousing. school leaders say the shift not tied to the sexual assault case involving former stanford swimmer brock turner. time to check the forecast. gray start to our tuesday morning, rob. >> seeing a lot of that. in san jose where it's 60 degrees. cloudy skies.
and a few breaks in the clouds now over san francisco. you've got 58 degrees. as you head through the afternoon, not much warm around san francisco, mid 60s in the forecast. 80 near san jose. 70s in the north bay. mid atities around the tri-valley. seven-day forecast, temperatures lime to the upper 80s incland approaching wednesday. overall, the bay looks great as far as our drive. key spots in the tri-valley, big problem westbound 580. this is the worst drive of the bay area. jammed from airway up to daugherty where there's still a big rig, fire there and clean up. the crew will arrive before 8:00. we won't have clearing before 8:30 at the very earliest. we're tracking that. meanwhile, recovery for 87 northbound, much better drive after the earlier crash learned cleared and slower drive northbound through san jose. back to you. i'll be back for you in about half an hour or so. our midday show is also back now that the rio olympics are over. you can join kris sanchez and
♪ we're back now. 7:30 on a tuesday morning. it's the 23rd day of august, 2016. pretty day in midtown manhattan after a perfect sleeping night. temperatures in the low 60s but heating up later in the week according to mr. roker. >> crispy and fall like. don't take it away, al. all right. inside studio 1a, here's a look at the headlines this morning. hillary clinton maintaining her lead over donald trump in the presidential race. the nbc news survey monkey poll out just this morning shows clinton up 50% to 42%. she led by nine points last week. in the meantime, trump is asking for a special prosecutor to investigate hillary clinton after leaked e-mails accused her
staff of giving special treatment to clinton foundation donors when she served as secretary of state. >> we will have one set of rules for everyone. in hillary clinton's world, we have one set of rules for her and another set of rules for everyone else. >> clinton's campaign has not addressed trump's comments but has said if she's elected, the clinton foundation will stop accepting foreign donations and bill clinton would step down from its board. president obama travels to baton rouge, louisiana, today. he'll meet with local leaders to discuss the government's response to the historic flooding in that region. more than 60,000 homes have been damaged or destroyed. to developments from the incident at gas station in rio. it has cost ryan lochte a number of high profile endorsement deals but could the fallout extend beyond the gold medal winner. nbc's peter alexander in rio once again.
peter, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you. as you can imagine, it's all quiet at the olympic park. that is the aquatic center. the games are in the books but ryan lochte is hit in his wallet losing four corporate sponsors within hours of these olympics coming to a close. here in rio, ryan lochte made a splash all right but not the kind he wanted and now the ripple effect is costing him millions. four sponsors now dumping the swimmer after a drunken night out where he first claimed he was robbed at gunpoint. >> i am speedo fit. >> speedo saying we can't condone behavior that is not what this brand stands for. lochte says he supports the decision. ralph lauren not renewing his contract. the photo yanked from the rio athlete's page on its website. also cutting ties, japanese mattress maker and the skin care
firm behind gentle hair removal. this weekend the 12-time olympic medalist apologized in an interview with matt. >> that's why i'm taking full responsibility for it is because i overexaggerated that story. if i never done that, we wouldn't be in this mess. >> i think he can rebuild his image but more than arguing over the specifics of what happened, i think it's more about maturity in his case. >> usoc made clear discipline for lochte and three other swimmers is coming. >> they let down our athletes. they let down americans and they really let down our hosts in rio. >> the lochte incident comes at a time when the u.s. is making a bid before the ioc for summer games to be held in los angeles in 2024. >> it would be hard to imagine the international olympic committee would not give the games to los angeles because of what ryan lochte did or did not do at a gas station in rio in 2016. >> for its part, l.a. 2024 tells
nbc news we do not expect ryan lochte to have any impact on our work to bring the summer olympic and paralympic games back to the u.s. for the first time in 28 years. to be clear, l.a. is facing stiff competition from places like paris, rome and budapest. all want to get that bid for 2024. a decision is expected in september of next year. matt and savannah? >> all right. peter alexander still in rio for us this morning. thank you very much. >> can peter come home now, please? >> it's been a long haul. >> he did get souvenirs at a good price. >> exactly. >> let's get a check of the weather. >> we're starting to see the tropics start to heat up and really no surprise because we're actually about to get into the heart of the tropical storm season. on average you can see we're on the upswing right now. right now we have three entities out there. we've got fiona which is a tropical depression. we have 99-l and we have gaston.
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wx toss to traffic traffic toss traffic good morning. starting off with low clouds. a few breaks in san francisco. temperatures in the upper 50s to start the morning. and cloudy skies extend into the santa clara valley. right now that's a view of san jose. less sunshine in san jose compared to san francisco. 60 degrees will be adding about 20 to that number by the afternoon. we'll see a high close to 80 in san jose. mid 60s for san francisco. north bay temperatures santa rosa near 80 degrees. mid 80s today around the tri-valley. seven-day forecast shows not much change. areas of drizzle the next couple days. we'll see smoke unfortunately coming up from the central coast in the bay area thanks to winds out of the south. we're still looking at problems for the tri-valley. i want to show the rest of the commute because the south bay we have a stall north 895 in union and winchester. back to 87 which is slow northbound heading up toward curtner and 101 an earlier crash just shy of capitol expressway. the second of the morning causes
slowing there. 580 jamped up in toward live more. shy of the dublin interchange, rig big that caught on fire. we have crews arriving on scene but we don't know when they're going to reopen plalanes. northbound 880 slowing past the coliseum. that's not unusual. no i understand departments. just slower drive into downtown oakland. happening now. effective immediately stanford students under 21 are no longer allowed to drink or possess hard alcohol at on campus parties. anyone who violates the rules will be risked getting kicked out of campus housing. read more about the new policy on our twitter feed this morning and on our facebook page. a former santa clara county correctional deputy is facing charges tied to a jailhouse beating. we heard from sources about case and the background of the man tied to the incident. you link to the story on home page. another local news update in half an hour.
it's 8:00 on today. coming up, keeping his memory alive. >> i'm going to float like a butterfly and sting like a bee. what his eyes can't see. >> first interview since the loss of her husband. his life and legacy. ♪ all i do is win >> plus, welcome home. the final five back from rio and joining us live on the plaza. >> we are the final five! >> the gold medallists and find out what's next. and the name is after meeting the newest member of "the today show" family. we reveal the results. today is tuesday, august 23rd,
2016. >> we're ready for the first premiere of today! >> good morning from florida. at the "today" show puppy! >> celebrating my 50th birthday on the "today" show. >> i'm here for my 13th birthday in new york. >> i'm turning 50 on "today". >> hey, everybody! >> good morning, everybody. welcome back to "today." as august 23rd. it absolutely beautiful out here on our plaza. we got a great crowd. we have bona fide olympic champs. we have a puppy, and we're going to name him in just a moment. >> that's going to break the internet. >> meanwhile, zac efron
yesterday's news. >> is that a phone? >> yes. >> nice to he sue. >> do you know that adria is well known to us here. >> yes, absolutely. >> adorable. >> speaking of games, we have a lot of folks dressed in their olympic finest hoping to go for the gold on monday. grant gave it a try. after 30 seconds, he failed to find that one gold ball in the massive pit that is worth $25,000. so who do we have giving it a go today? where is meg from iowa? meg! come on down! i feel like "the price is right". >> come on, meg. >> hey, meg. >> i feel like oit price "the p right." >> oh, my god. >> whoo!
>> all right. we're going to see you go for the gold in the next hour. >> yes! >> yes! >> this is going to be great. >> i am so excited. meg, i feel good about you. >> it took 30 seconds, i think we may give you an extra 15. >> brace yourself. >> she'll get her chance at gold in just a minute. first, let's pause and get the news at 8:00. and we'll start with the presidential race. donald trump demanding that a special prosecutor investigate hillary clinton's tenure as secretary of state as clinton hits the hollywood fund-raising trail. kristen welker with the latest on. that good morning. >> good morning to you. hillary clinton is out west today on a fund-raising blitz with the biggest names in hollywood. on monday with magic johnson and tonight attending a fund-raiser at the home of justin timberlake and jessica beal. it comes as our poll shows clinton holding on to her lead over donald trump 50-42%. versely unchanged from last week. at a rally last night, trump was
on message and on the hunt. >> reporter: donald trump sharpening his attacks in ohio monday for the first time calling for a special prosecutor to investigate the clinton foundation. >> the justice department is required to appoint an independent special prosecutor. >> reporter: the tough talk comes after hundreds of e-mails were produced by a conservative legal group raising questions about the relationship between the clinton foundation and hillary clinton's state department. in one, dated 2009, a foundation official e-mailed top clinton aide arrange ag meeting between hillary clinton and foundation donor the crown prince of bahrain, described as a good friend of ours. >> the clintons made the state department into the same kind of pay for play operation as the arkansas government was. >> reporter: they call it pure politics. earlier in the day, bill clinton announced if his wife wins the white house, he'll step down from the foundation's board.
last night on jim"jimmy kimmel live," she is not worried. they could release thousands of additional e-mails. >> my e-mails are so boring. >> mine aren't. >> i'm embarrassed about. that. >> trump showing signs he may be modifying the hard line on immigration to moderate republicans. trump is now saying he'll only deport the criminals and then go through a legal process with the rest. that echoing the policy that is already in place under president obama. savannah? matt? >> thank you. there are troubling new statistics this morning on the number of people dying on the nation's roads. the national safety counsel puts the number at more than 19,000 people in the first half of 2016. that's up 9% over last year. and we're now entering the deadliest time of the year for teenage drivers. tom costello is at a high school in washington, d.c. good morning you to, tom.
>> matt, good morning. back to school means, of course, a lot of new drivers out on the roads. get this august has 360,000 kids turning 16 nationwide. most of any month. and that means a lot of new inexperienced drivers going to and from school. it's the start of a new school year but also the start of the deadliest three moves the year for teen drivers. with yet another new class getting behind the wheel. kids like eric koon in new jersey. who turns 17 on saturday and got his full license monday. >> i'm concerned about driving on my own is just there's always that chance that something could happen that i can't prevent. >> it's very motional. you're proud, happy, growing up, they're becoming adults. but then you're scared because it's still your baby. you worry constantly. >> reporter: there is a lot to be boreiworried about. car accidents is the leading
cause of death among teenagers, up 10% alone. 43% admit to texting while drifg and 35% add mi mitt to using social media, snapchat, facebook and video chatting. crystal mcgee is facing felony charges. she took this selfie after a crash that left another driver with serious brain injuries. she is accused of snap chatting while driving 107 miles per hour. >> parents need to remember just because they received their license doesn't mean that they're a safe driver. it muts the radio. >> pete: it turns out chevrolet has an app for that. >> it will mute the music until they're wearing the seat belt. >> that's a good incentive. >> reporter: new software allows parents to program the key fob used by teen drivers secretary maximum volume levels for the radio and excessive speed warnings. then get a driving report that includes distance traveled, speed, and hard braking. >> it gives them an opportunity
to show they're mom and dad that they've been driving responsibly. >> if not, they have k. hacan h discussion. >> they encourage parents to sign a contract with the new teen driver and lay out the expectations on when they did drive. no driving at night. who can be in the car. putting the cell phone away in the glove box. and then give them a call occasi -- get in the car occasionally and drive with your teen driver to see how they're doing. >> whether you're away from that issue, tom, thank you very much. coming up, are your best days behind you? you may be surprised what the age scientists say is your life most satisfying. >> all right. plus, the adorable adelle super fan who managed to get very, very close to the singer. and from rio to rockefeller plaza, we're catching up with the final five right after this. no fair h sense mom. so you'll notice every little thing. when you notice dry skin,
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all right. welcome back. hoda was so thrilled about our next guest. you consider yourself besties with the final five, right? >> the final six. >> love it. >> i'm so happy. >> we all know this, but let's go over it one more time. it's so exciting. they won a record nine medals in rio, four gold, four silver, one bronze. the most ever by the united states at the olympics. >> it was so much fun having you over at copacabana beach. we're so excited you came from the beach to meet us here in new york city. here they are sh you guys. cy mothe final five! >> yay! >> good morning, ladies. i know you haven't really been home yet. you just came straight from rio. what is it been like to come back to the united states? are people stopping you on the street? does everyone know it's your face and name? simone? >> well, yesterday we were very
protected. it was like before we left. it was fine. it was, good right? >> yeah. >> we had a lot of security. >> what are people doing? what are they doing if the airport when they see you or on the plaza? >> it is crazy in brazil. there was a lot of paparazzi. >> yes. >> there was paparazzi on the beach. >> you posted your own beach picture. i saw that picture of the abs. did you believe how much pickup that got, that photo? >> it was insane. look at that. >> look at it! >> we're ripped. >> hoda and i posted a beach picture. >> so you guys, when you get back home, does it get to be like business as usual? like you're from this area. do you have to do colors? do you have to go through the normal stuff again or are you a star now? >> i mean, i'm kind of hoping i don't have to do the dishes when i get back. it's okay if i have to. >> what is the thing you're looking forward to most to just cutting loose and just kind of
taking a little break? is there one thing you're like i'm going to do -- >> our dogs. >> your dogs. >> i have fish. >> by the way, we know why they call you the human emoji. do you like that nickname? >> i do. i think it suits me pretty well. >> i don't want to look ahead to tokyo yet. we were just coming off. this raise your hand if you think you'll be in tokyo coming up. >> everyone raise their hands. we're all going again. >> we're all going again. >> have you guys come off the zac efron high? are we still floating a little? >> we're going to get pizza with him? >> what? >> we didn't get pizza with him yet. we will in l.a. it's a sensitive subject. >> so he promised he was going to do pizza with you but it ended up not working out. >> yeah, because our schedules were busy. so l.a. >> let me guess, you're too busy
for zac. zac is available but you're so huge. >> yeah. >> we'll call. don't call us. >> yeah. >> we love you guys. you know what our theme song? do you remember our theme song? ♪ this is the ice cold >> i think we should do -- ♪ don't believe me just watch >> oh, my god. >> we have to do. >> i like it. >> okay. y'all, we love you. you're going to be on falon tonight? >> we love jimmy fallon. >> us too! i always have an eyelash in my face. >> there you go. i got her. >> that's good luck. make a wish. simone, aly, madison, gabby, laurie, thank you. we'll see you at 10:00. >> let's go inside now. al has a check of the weather. >> guys, thanks so much. well, it has been a really hot
year. and it just continues. 15 consecutive months of record warmth. global temperatures and if we continue on this trend, look at the days above 100, between on average between 1991 and 2010, you can see mostly for the most part it is in the southwest. but look what happens if we project out to 2050. look at how much further you start to see that deep red of 50 plus days above 100. by 2100, new york city could see an average 16 days above 100 degrees. atlanta could be looking at 39 days over 100 degrees for a year. in chicago, 26 days of 100 plus. dallas would see 98 days. and las vegas, by 2100, 138 days a year of 100 plus temperatures if we don't do something to change this outcome. short-term, nothing hot about the forecast today. low clouds around san jose.
one of the warmer spots around the south bay, numbers today in the low 80s for the forecast. downtown, san jose, 80 degrees, mid-60s san francisco. not much changed over the next few days. north bay and trivalley inland spots, warmer to the mid-80s. low clouds lingering around san francisco. valley locations and inland seven day forecast shows temperatures climbing into wednesday and turning cooler. sea breeze strengthens for the weekend. out on the to day show radio sirius/xm. >> what's trending today? >> a lot of people talking about their vacations. vacation you think how do i make it seem longer. you kind of dread the end of it. there's a secret. a secret to prolonging your vacation. >> don't go back to work. >> there's that. that's an option. >> stay an extra day. the other way has to do with time perception. while making decisions ahead of
time has its perks in planning a vacation is good. they say you lose the spontaneity and you should ditch the itinerary and live in the moment because then you're present and soak it all in. worst thing you can do according to experts is to plan every single day because it goes by faster. if you have that loosy goosy attitude, it lasts long. >> don't say tomorrow we're going to go hiking. >> let it happen. >> let it unfold. >> let me ask this. what was your favorite age? >> i guess early 30s. >> early 30s i think. >> 50. >> when did you peak physically? >> 12. >> what about emotionally? >> 35. >> i feel the best ever right now. >> there you go. >> business insider did a
roundup. a scientific piece of research. learning a second language easiest from ages 7 to 8. women are most attracted to men at age 22. moving onto age 23 is when life satisfaction is said to peak. math skills peak at age 50 and age both men and women feel best about their bodies, this one will surprise you. 75. >> i feel the best about my body right now. >> and you're far from 75. >> i like that. >> it shows that you appreciate your body for what it can do. you're still working. feeling good about it. >> no real segue here. let's talk about slurpy. 7-eleven may regret bring your own cup day promotion. here's what happened. customers brought their own cups and bowls. and a cooler.
storage containers. and yes, a baby pool. creative cup craze poured in on twitter. hello brain freeze. bring your own cup and fill it up with slurpies. >> i saw someone with a double gulp. i couldn't believe how big that was. >> bigger than the big gulp? >> yes. tamron, you have "pop starts." >> we'll begin with adele. we aren't the only ones getting puppy kisses around here. the singer was performing in los angeles and invited a furry fan onto the stage. casper the dog. he was even wearing -- wait for it -- an adele t-shirt. she asked if he could do any tricks? take a look at what happened next.
i was thinking the same thing. how do you get a dog into a concert? and it's been more than 21 years since "friends" premiered but the sitcom continues to be a fan favorite and one of the most repeated catch phrases, take a look. >> oh my god! >> oh my god. >> a lot of you certainly remember janice's infectious laugh. she said those three famous words. >> oh my god. the laugh happened organically in the first rehearsal because i needed to find a way to laugh because matthew perry is so funny and working with him i knew right away, i thought this guy is going to make me laugh on
set. i have to be prepared. what am i going to do. >> for more "pop start" stories head to "today's" facebook page. >> thank you. let's send it over to matt. >> i appreciate it, savannah. thanks. muhammad ali is perhaps the world's most recognized sports figure. the greatest died in june. his ideals in and out of the ring a standard to live by. his wife, lonnie, is carrying on his message called "ali 75" asking people to dedicate 75 hours of volunteer service to commemorate what would have been ali's 75th birthday next january. how are you doing? >> hanging in here. >> each day -- >> living each day with purpose. >> i thought about muhammad a lot in rio. we were there for the olympics. the olympics meant so much to him and he meant so much to the olympic movement. >> correct. he did. that's where he got his start on the world stage. he took advantage of it every minute he was in the olympic
village in rome. >> we talked a number of times over the years about the power of muhammad ali. i was wondering as i sat at his memorial service about the stories and impact he had on other lives. >> we planned for this for the last five or six years. i kept thinking it was muhammad's wish that it be in an auditorium. i said nobody does that. he says i want my fans to come. okay. so we did it. i really thought maybe it would be about 1,000 people. there was no way was i prepared for the outpouring that we had. >> when i saw the hearse going through the streets of louisville and people running out of the street to put their hand on the car to feel some connection to muhammad, i thought it was one of the most moving things i of ever seen. >> it was. i was a couple cars behind. even i was stunned. i was stunned at how many people were out in the city of
louisville and coming from all over the world to be part of this. >> muhammad's message was bring people together. and we lived in a time right now in this country and around the world when there's so much division. i wonder if the last years of his life was he disappointed and distressed by that? >> he was pretty distressed especially some of the things that were going on in the world because he thought that we had sort of crossed the line, crossed the barrier. he was disappointed with that. muhammad was a man of eternal optimism. he always believed in the power of humanity. that's what he touched in most people. >> i remember you sent me a message after some of the anti-muslim rhetoric that started to go around in the wake of some isis inspired attacks. and it was profound and it was moving. and it was powerful. i missed his voice. i wish so much that he could have spoken the words he wrote. >> this is what this movement that we're doing now with ali in
all of us. when i say ali in all of us, it's humanity in all of us. that's what he touched. regardless, he could always see it. this was something i thought about for his birthday prior to his passing. the ali 75 because 75 hours of service to others because he had a saying service to others is rent we pay for our room on earth. he lived that every day of his life. that's the path he pursued. >> it's easy for people to do. 75 hours is not a lot. >> over the course of the year. it's very simple. it's as simple as taking your neighbor to the grocery who can't drive or who is infirm or a 5k run. >> i love the sense of self. he said i want my death when it occurs to be a teachable moment. >> absolutely. that's who he was, matt. muhammad always lived his life
with purpose to the end. i think you were there. you witnessed it. it absolutely was a teachable moment. there was so many people across the world of all faiths and all races that witnessed muhammad's memorial service. >> we spoke a lot about what his legacy will be. i think that's yet to be determined. i'm really confident that it is in his legacy is in great hands with you. >> i hope so. >> i know he would be so proud. >> i hope so, matt. i hope he is up there looking and giving me the guidance that i need to do this. >> we know he is. it's great to see you. >> great to see you, too, matt. thank you for having me. >> a pleasure. you can find out more about ali 75 on our website, today.com. tamron? >> it's wonderful. thank you. usher plays sugar ray leonard in his new movie. also admired muhammad ali.
we'll talk about how he's trained in this film. we'll talk more with usher after your local news. good morning, i. i'm ... ==topvo== it's the first day of school - for students in the area of lake a very good morning to you. it is the first day of school for students in the area of lake county ravaged by the recent wildfire. students and staff at all lower lake schools are heading to their classrooms at this hour. ten days ago the fire destroyed nearly 200 homes and burned some 4,000 acres. it is now almost fully contained. the district decided to delay the start of school for more than a week and allow time to clean up and give staff and students a chance to prepare for today's opening. we wish them well. a good reminder for all of us to slow down around schools, check the morning commute now with mike. >> be careful. especially as the sunrises in some spots. south bay, a lot more traffic flow. also slow across the dumbarton
bridge. westbound 84. northbound 85, recovery from an earlier stall. 101 looking better. looking worse, 84 to east palo alto side. looks like something is going on around the split with university and bay expressway. big jam, live look at the jam approaching darden, big rig on the shoulder approaching the interchange. we don't know when they're going to reopen lanes. a tough drive livermore to 680. >> thank you, mike. thank you for joining us. another local news update coming up in about half an hour. have a great tuesday.
we're back at this 8:30 on tuesday morning and meg is about to explode if we don't let her jump in this pit here and have a shot at finding the gold ball. >> that's the only thing you have to do. somewhere in this pit is a gold ball. if you find it, you will win $25,000. >> i don't know what's worse. if you find it or you don't. >> 30 seconds. are you ready? >> i'm ready. >> good luck. >> ready, set, go. >> remember there is one gold
ball. if she finds it, watch out, she's throwing things, she gets $25,000. >> meg is on fire. she's looking through every ball looking for that elusive gold ball. >> ten seconds, meg. >> you have it. five seconds. come on. >> five, four, three, two, one. >> come on out here. be careful. that was a great effort. what was the strategy there? >> don't stop. >> you lived up to that. we have a lovely consolation prize. rio swag for you. we'll play again tomorrow. come to the plaza outfitted like meg. wear your olympic best. make that olympic spirit shine and we could pick you and you could look for the gold ball for $25,000. >> all right, meg. thanks very much. just ahead, our puppy with a
purpose has a job to do training to become a service dog for a veteran. what he doesn't have is a name. will it be sarge, charlie or ace. we'll reveal what you picked in just a moment. >> usher is known for his great dance moves but he's showing off his boxing skills. he trained for years for this role. excellent in it. >> for our new series, each of us teaming up with a company to come up with our own original product. part of the proceeds will go to a very good cause, helping kids. >> monday we revealed the roker burger. i worked on with the folks at shake shack. i decided to head over to the original at madison square park to see how my burger was doing. they put me to work. the roker burger is on sale at shake shack now. we're very excited about this
because a dollar of every burger goes to no kid hungry. i'm going into that shake shack. i'm selling some burgers. surprising some people. hey. >> what's up, al. >> chris, how are you? >> al is here, guys. >> hey, everybody. how are those roker burgers going? all right. did i hear you say roker burger? >> don't you want to try a roker burger. >> all right. now we're talking. >> roker burger. want to get a roker burger? yes. all right. yes. >> thank you. >> i love you. >> but you're married. >> sort of. >> i don't know about you, but i think it's time for a little lunch break. >> i'm a little hungry.
>> that's right. #rokerburger. >> pretty good. >> you have until friday to get your roker burger at shake shacks all around the country. we want you to share your photos on social media using #rokerburger. >> you had one here. >> five tops. >> all for a good cause. >> all right. and now from food to your other passion, the weather. >> i'm distracted. they know where the ball is and they can't find it. >> not in 30 seconds they can't. >> let's show you what we've got going on right now. for "today," a cool start. it's lovely here in the northeast around the great lakes we do have a slight risk of strong storms up through the upper mississippi river valley. southwest some gully washers possible. gorgeous day in the pacific northwest. into tomorrow heating up in
portland, oregon, 92 degrees. warm and dry along the eastern seaboard. and happening right now, san jose still mostly cloudy skies. 60 degrees and climbing close to 80 this afternoon. mid-80s south of downtown. san francisco staying in the mid-60s for highs. north bay, numbers in the 70s. napa, 77. 85 pleasanton. 86 for livermore. seven day forecast san francisco, low clouds around, drizzle at times over the next couple of mornings. across the interior valley, slight warmup tomorrow and cooler as we head to the weekend. >> and that is your latest weather. >> up next, time to reveal our puppy's name but first this is "today" on nbc.
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>> announcer: "today's" puppy with a purpose is created with our sponsor, petsmart. >> we're back now. second day with our new new puppy with a purpose. he left his first paw prints on monday and he's being raised by america's vet dog to become a service dog for a military veteran. >> time to give him a name. we asked you to vote at home. here were choices. sarge, charlie or ace. we got 22,000 votes. we have a winner. is that drum roll around? okay. the puppy's name is charlie. >> all right. >> the name inspired by the phonetic alphabet is in alpha,
bravo, charlie. >> let's go see your new home. this is where you'll spend your mornings in this beautiful pen. there you go. >> tell us about the digs here. >> it's personalized with charlie's name. there it is. it's all yours. a big thank you to our great friends at petsmart for the bedding, toys, bowls, all of this to make charlie's home so special. you have the best seat in the house in the orange room here. by the way, you are trending of course. here's his official page. already 210,000 followers. that better include all of us. so that's just some of the stuff that we've got going on for him and instagram page and twitter and just follow all of the antics of our beautiful boy, charlie. >> adorable. >> we all conked out yesterday. we needed a nap no question.
all right. make yourself at home. >> very comfortable. >> now he's got a name. what about a uniform? let's bring in his puppy raiser, olivia. talk to us about the vest. >> so when a service dog is working, they typically wear some piece of equipment. it's not required by law to wear it but most service dogs do wear a vest or a harness of some sort. whenever you see one of these out in public, it means the dog is doing a very important job and to always talk to the handler of the dog. sometimes it's an appropriate time to interact with the dog and sometimes it will not because typically the dog is doing a very important job that involves safety so always ask permission before you interact with the dog and this is our little boy vest to start off on his big job. >> very cool. how many hours a day will he be actually working? >> when he's a puppy, everything is fun and more of a game than
work. he'll have this vest on when we are on a training exercise. only five minutes at a time. their attention span is very short and we'll do several sessions throughout the day. >> vest on means working. rest of the time just be a puppy. >> that's right. >> we have one more thing. a lot of people at home are probably thinking about the very special service dog that we all grew to love. wrangler. check this out. a note from wrangler. he wrote that himself. he has great penmanship. we'll fill you in on wrangler and what he's up to tomorrow on "today." >> here, charlie. >> coming up, what is it like to step into the acting ring with none other than robert
8:43. we're back with grammy winning artist usher. a big role in "hands of stone" playing sugar ray leonard who had a fierce rivalry with roberto durant. >> i don't like you. >> i think durant is a loveable guy. i want my son to be just like him. >> i think he's tough. intelligent fighter. we are in for a serious fight. >> usher raymond welcome. is the definition of a nanosecond the time between someone offers you this role and you say yes? >> i didn't want to accept it without permission of sugar ray leonard so i reached out to him. american icon. olympic medalist and world decorated and celebrated man. >> you get to play sugar ray leonard and act opposite of
robert de niro. what's that like? you have done acting before. >> i have but never quite like this. i didn't have as many scenes with de niro. i had scenes with edgar. it was amazing. >> can we describe why they came to you with this. this is interesting. we think of boxing and brute force of it. they were attracted to you because -- >> of my movement and also there was similarities in the way that we looked other than just being black. it was definitely the ability to choreograph and understand movement the way i did. a very aggressive role. there was tension and intimidation that went into every fight and exchanges. outside of the ring time, acting time was a bit intense. >> i was a huge fan of his in his prime and to watch his footwork and to watch the way he could move in a ring and that's
kind of what you do on stage just in a different kind of venue. >> i pretty much know what i'm going to do before i hit the stage and sugar ray did as well. >> what about the actual physicality. did you have to be buff up a lot? >> i had to lose weight. i changed my eating habits. i worked out three times a day sometimes. had a trainer in atlanta. i worked at a gym here in brooklyn. and philly. i really didn't prepare like it was an acting role. i prepared like i was a boxer. >> you're too young to remember this -- >> i was alive, but i didn't see the actual fight. it's gone down in history. there was great deal of conflict between the two of them and a great deal of intimidation went into the first and second fight both ways. >> so many great fighters of the time. it was in my opinion other than the ali era, it was the heyday
of boxing. >> that weight class was a serious one. an amazing story for latin america and latinos all over to show their support. it's an amazing story for latinos. >> when you went to sugar ray leonard and talked to him, was there one thing you were looking for to get the character? >> i wanted intimate details about things i read in his book, "the big fight." he trained me and worked with me. i wanted to make sure i represented the right way. i feel like this is something for latinos. if there's ever been a notion that maybe there's negativity around latinos in america, some people have negative things to say. won't say names. this is an amazing film that in many ways represents the pride of latinos and i'm really happy that sugar ray leonard was able to be part of it.
>> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> electric violinist lindsey stirling is anything but ordinary. classical sign of violin with other mainstream genres of music. a huge following with more than a billion views on her youtube channel. her new album "brave enough" was just released debuting at number one itunes chart. thanks for having here. >> thanks for having me. >> this is your second album? >> it's my third. i look really good for third album. >> you wear it well. this one is very personal, isn't it? >> it is. it's about learning to be vulnerable and having the courage to be vulnerable.
>> is there a song that's your favorite off the new album? >> i like them all for different reasons. they're my children. the one we're playing today "something wild." >> take it away, guys. ♪ ♪ you had your maps drawn ♪ you had other plans ♪ to hang your hopes on ♪ every road they let you down felt so wrong ♪ stoet so you found another way ♪
♪ you've got a big heart ♪ the way you see the world ♪ it got you this far ♪ you might have some bruises and a few of scars ♪ ♪ but you know you're going to be okay ♪ ♪ even though you're scared, you're stronger than you know ♪ ♪ if you're lout out there where the lights are blinding ♪ ♪ caught in all the stars are hading ♪ ♪ that's when something wild calls you home ♪ ♪ if you fates the fear that keeps you frozen ♪ ♪ chase the sky into the ocean ♪ that's when something wild calls you home ♪ ♪ ♪ sometimes the past can make the ground around you feel like quicksand ♪ ♪ you don't have to worry
♪ reach for my hand ♪ and i know you're going to be okay ♪ ♪ you're going to be okay ♪ and even if you're scared, you're stronger than you know ♪ ♪ if you're lost out there where the lights are blinding ♪ ♪ caught in all the stars are hiding ♪ ♪ that's when something wild calls you home ♪ ♪ if you face the fear that keeps you frozen chase the sky into the ocean ♪ ♪ that's when something wild calls you home ♪ ♪
♪ calls you home ♪ calls you home ♪ calls you home ♪ if you're lost out where the lights are blinding caught in all the stars are hiding ♪ ♪ that's when something wild calls you home ♪ ♪ if you're lout out where the lights are blinding ♪ ♪ caught in all the stars are hiding ♪ ♪ that's when something wild calls you home ♪ ♪ if you face the fear that keeps you frozen chase the sky into the ocean ♪ ♪ that's when something wild calls you home ♪ ♪
==topvo== stanford university is making a new push to cut out "high good morning. stanford university is making a new push to cut out high volume alcohol consumption effective immediately. all hard alcohol is banned from on campus parties. that includes fraternities and sororities. now, at the same time, students over 21 will be allowed to keep hard alcohol in the rooms but the size of the bottle can't be larger than a pint. the university says penalties for breaking the new policy may
include being kicked out of school housing. happening now, school leaders say the policy shift is not tied to the recent sex assault case involving former stanford swimmer brock turner. on our twitter page, learn about the changes under way right now. a former correctional deputy who once worked at the main jail is sitting behind bars facing charges tied to a jailhouse beating. heard from sources about the case and the background of the man tied to that incident. that is on our home page. much lighter note, you may have heard a raider goes out on a limb to ask out aly raisman. link to his video pitch and raisman's response. for now, back to the "today" show.
>> announcer: this morning on "today's take," oscar winner robert de niro pulling no punches about his new role and eat while you workout popcorn pushups. all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, tamron hall, and billy bush live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning, august 23rd, 2016. i'm billy bush along with al and tam ron and i feel like the new kid sitting at the desk here with returning kids. thank you for being so nice to
me. i love the new school. >> what was the favorite thing when you were going back to school? what's the favorite thing you got that you cherished. >> lunch box. >> new pair of socks. new underwear. i like that. i burn them out during the summer. i was an active kid all summer long. when i got the new gear, that's what i like. >> you burned through underwear. wow. what were they feeding you. >> i did get new stuff. i liked that. >> i liked the big 64 box of crayola crayons with the built-in sharpener. that was the best. it had the one that said flesh. i was thinking whose? >> my kids are still here. next week they go to school. i'm ready for them to go. it is time to get out of the house. we have cabin fever going on. let's go. >> you've been on the road.
>> someone else needs to watch them from 9:00 to 3:00. that's what i think. >> let's walk that back. did you realize -- >> your child is right there waving. >> except you. you stay with me. >> look at that smile. >> opening up for the voting for dad of the year. >> there it is. i've been looking at my phone every three seconds because my nieces are headed back to school today. last night i gave them the pep talk. they're like my children. >> what do you tell a 7 and 10 year old for a pep talk? >> don't embarrass us. >> what's going on? >> you might remember we went to universal and hung out and we did our disney. we did everything mostly they really loved universal not just because it's parent company that owns the park. they got to jump the line. >> and got in for free. >> they're going to school right now. their teachers all follow me on
social media. >> look at how big that one backpack is. >> look how big the backpack is. >> it's huge. she could have another kid in there. she is carrying another kid in there. >> and then as the morning progressed, we have other pictures. they're all smiles. in front of the teacher sign. and they don't have it loaded yet. within five minutes they both look like they're ready to break out of alcatraz. miserable expressions. >> reality sets in. >> i said, okay, make this great day. own it. i gave them the big pep talk like we're about to win an olympic trial. ice cream at the end. laila says what about a puppy. connection is going bad. >> we got a puppy, why can't she get a puppy? >> because i'm the aunt. i'm the nervous aunt. >> i did a school of my own.
here we are in new york. i think of my oldest child was -- let's see, she was 6 years old when 9/11 happened. my oldest child, my youngest one who we saw a second ago doesn't remember 9/11 of course. so i said we got to go down there. we went down to ground zero with my kids. spent the afternoon. looked at the memorial pools and survivors tree and i told them about the day and we talked about it and just i figured that we need to see in new york and we'll get to statue of liberty probably never. >> you'll do it. >> it took me ten years to get to that one. >> and that time you get rid of them and let someone else watch them and it will be fine. >> it is interesting -- >> i'm not ready for that quite yet. >> how long you live somewhere before seeing the -- i didn't see the statue of liberty until i lived here ten years. i lived across from 9/11 and watched it build. took me ten years to see the
statue and liberty and could see it from my window. >> it never gets tiring to see that. no matter how good the video or photograph is, until you stand in front of that statue of liberty, it takes your breath away. >> empire state building. >> there's a lot of stuff. the transit museum in brooklyn. my dad worked for transit authority so i put that in there. >> you have a tour guide. >> what did you do last night before you laid out this unbelievable suit. >> i love laying my clothes out the night before. deborah is out of town. the kids and i -- there's this indian restaurant that is a block and a half away from us. we've seen it since we've lived in our neighborhood. we said let's go in. turns out it's been there over 40 years. in fact, it's like one of these original new york -- >> like statue of liberty. it's there but you never go in.
>> it's so old this is some of the food. i had the shrimp. nick had the lamb kabobs. >> look at nick giving two thumbs up. >> i can't show leila because i didn't get approval of the picture that i took. i have a 17-year-old daughter. >> are you at that stage? >> she's the photo editor. i'm on my way to the restroom and there is a pay phone on the wall. it says new york telephone. >> is it operating? >> it operates. it works. >> they're all over rio. phone booths everywhere. >> i literally was describing it and nick, who is 14, said what's a pay phone? and so i walked him back to show him what the pay phone was. >> how much does it cost? >> it's still a quarter. >> is it really? >> i think so. >> that's impossible. >> he doesn't know. >> i didn't put anything in it.
it said 5, 10, 25 on the coin slot. >> i need to know how much. with inflation. come on. >> i don't know. >> there's still a couple around new york. my wife saw one. they're still here. >> that video we saw of you on this thing, what's that? >> that's called fly boarding. you'll see it in a little while. the theme here is the new guy is making a splash. this is the most relentless punishment i've ever undergone. >> what is the point? >> i think the point is to look like that. >> i am in some boots right there. and the cable is -- whatever that thing is, the tube is connected to a jet ski and they jam the throttle and the water comes out and up goes me. >> you're supposed to be able to
balance? >> you know what it is? you know the standup you lean forward -- >> hoverboard? >> yeah. all the rage at christmas. it's that in the air. >> what did you tell me on the commercial break before we started the show? >> that i got hit multiple times all over the place. you'll see it coming up. >> when you were in rio, you took a pretty good hit by a surfboard. you had a good gash. >> what is the deal with sticking am he stick i sticking me in the water. >> we have wound a wonder team producers who are kind to their parents, children, but to us, we got an e-mail -- this is a true story. a couple weeks ago, what are your fears. name the things that frightens you most. we are going to expose you. that's a true e-mail. not how are you?
how's rio. what are your fears. ladies and gentlemen, what do you think that e-mail will result in? >> absolutely. >> good times. >> i answered that and now i'm doing a shoot dangling from 30 rock with my ankles. >> i'm afraid of adult cats. >> adult cats? >> we're taking you to the broadway show. >> senior citizen cats forget about it. >> if you get aarp and you're a cat, i don't want any part of you. >> here's one guy we're not done with. ryan lochte, new fallout from ryan lochte's rio trip. which sponsors are dropping ryan. one of them is skin care. >> hair removal specifically. >> hair removal specifically. >> what does that a box is where you keep things safe. which might be some people's goal. but not mine. when you dare to move forward... so much is possible. and what helps me do it? new oikos greek nonfat yogurt.
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ars enal hall for candidates to go on late-night tv. hillary clinton was on "jimmy kimball live" last night. >> can you own this jar of pickles? it's not been touched. are you enjoying being a grandparent? >> it's the best. >> du wish you had more time and campaign didn't coincide with the campaign being so little. >> i would be distraught if we didn't have facetime. >> are you considered using facetime instead of e-mail?
>> actually, i think that's good advice. not a bad idea. it's a good idea. >> well played. right now it's all about her health. the donald has managed to get off the topic of foreign policy or anything else and get back to where the donald operates very strongly and that's in the area of personal fights. >> that's his wish. that's not happening. >> by the way, the e-mail thing is right in front of him. why is he trying to get off the e-mail thing to get back to her health and whether or not she's fit enough or not to be president. >> that's why they may give money to senators and congressmen and they're not ready to completely give -- he's got his own controversy today. it's now reported that he was paying the rent for trump towers campaign office based in the tower when the campaign took over he raised the rent. so the rent was, like, $30,000 when he was paying it for his campaign.
when he became the nominee donald trump then raised the rent to 100,000 a month. >> genius. >> is that what it's called? the money is not coming from him. the money is coming from the gop, the rnc. he's raised the rent when he stopped footing the bill. >> he's 70 years old. >> his doctor said if he's elected, he'll be healthiest president ever. >> astonishingly excellent. but he's 70. that's the oldest candidate. ronald reagan was 69. everybody has released their records in more detail. john mccain released 1,100 pages of medical records. hillary has done two pages. i think maybe we need more from both. >> she's given the standard -- donald trump's doctor, the hospital he's associated with,
disassociated themselves from the statement saying he's the healthiest person to ever run. both should definitely provide the american public not only with as much information about their health but other questions that we have. >> we don't have a lot of time left. i think there's this thing, this study that says -- we all go out shopping. >> so we're skipping lochte. >> okay. we're moving from lochte. >> he did tease it. let's go to it. >> thank you. thank you very much. >> you're the best. al roker wants us to meet in his office. >> four companies and their endorsement deals have said good-bye. >> there's always -- >> hair club for men.
>> he's probably done. he's 32 years old. one more olympic games in tokyo. he's not in his prime. this is a killer. it's a killer. he's going to lose a lot of dough. on the endorsement front, he's not the up and coming face of swimming. >> wouldn't that be a story if he came back. >> did he medal in any individual? >> he got gold in relay. >> individual? >> tiger woods, remember, he lost a lot of sponsors. mostly came back to him. i can't remember if phelps did. they dropped out for a while. he might be able to do it. >> this is a study -- >> i don't think we have time for this. >> there's a study that says if you write something down it makes it easier to remember. you go to the grocery store and if you want peanut butter, an apple, draw it and you will then remember it. >> that's probably fair. >> so if i'm going to buy a
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we're joined by natalie azar. this is a cup of yogurt. how much added sugar can be in that? >> a limit of the new recommendation. the american heart association says no more than six teaspoons of added sugar a day. >> are you surprised by that? >> i'm not. >> if you look at it -- >> now here we go. it sounds like you could do that over a day. let's look at this. a cup of yogurt. my child will get calcium and protein. 5.4 teaspoons. >> that's in there. you would be done for the day. >> look at the pudding. what you guys said was coloring at first. that should be a little bit of an alarm right away. >> what are you looking for on the label? >> this is a great question.
part of this movement is to actually make the labeling more easily decipherable so you know what it means. one quick conversion is one teaspoon is five grams. you can convert that back. everyone has a smartphone you can do on there. a cup of chocolate pudding. 6.8. i hope my daughter is watching right now. that's 30 grams of sugar. >> this is an afternoon snack. >> or as my producer said to me stick it in for a lunch and you have the child take that to school. >> you might as well hand your kids this right here. and have them lick that up. >> that's why we do it that way. you would just die if your child did that. >> this is a big surprise. >> we'll have to make so many modifications in my house starting tonight. tomato sauce two teaspoons per serving. we use this. it has tomatoes and it's two
teaspoons per serving. this won't break your record for the day but all in and let's not forget about sugary beverages and things. i want to make a point. this is added sugars. breakfast cereals. anything that goes through manufacturing or processing. and another little thing especially if your kids drink sports drinks, no more than 8 ounces per week, not per day. >> eye opener. >> this is american heart association. this is a recommendation. you choose to follow it or not. >> dr. azar, thank you so much. our boy, billy, making a splash perhaps it is time we acquire a larger dwelling. but the mortgage process has proven to be challenging. not with rocket mortgage by quicken loans. it is the easiest and most logical way to secure financing for your living quarters online. you can securely share your financial information with the push of a button. it appears now is a sensible time to relocate.
i am so happy. no need to get emotional. (whisper) rocket see star trek beyond in theatres. ==topvo== sweeping changes-- for stanford university's policy on hard alcohol. in a new push to cut out high- volume consumption, good afternoon, i'm sam brock. sweeping changes on hard alcohol for stanford university. in a new push to cut out high volume consumption. stanford is banning alcohol from on campus parties immediately. that includes fraternities and sororities. students over 21 l still be allowed to keep alcohol in their rooms but the size can't be larger than a piebt. the university says penalties for breaking this new policy may include being kicked out of school housing. school leaders said a policy shift is not tide to the sexual assault case involving former stanford swimmer brock turner. also happening today, the school doors are opening for students in the lake county area ravaged by the recent clayton
wildfire. students and staff at all lower lake schools were scheduled to return to their classrooms at the start of the school day. of course, 10 days ago that fire tore through the area, leveling almost 200 homes and burning 4,000 acres. the fire is almost fully contained. it delayed the start of school for more than a week to give staff and students a chance to prepare. it's nice to see them return to the normal for those folks. here's a look at your weather and traffic, be right back.
still seeing plenty of low clouds around san francisco. 63 degrees there. in san jose hazy shun schine. current temperature of 61 degrees. today a high approaching 80, staying in the 60s for san francisco, north bay temperatures in the 70s. mid-80s today trivalley and probably trending warmer. wednesday, there's your seven day outlook, as you can see for san francisco, lots of low
clouds and drizzle into the start of the weekend. warming up a few degrees approaching the middle part of the week. mike? >> we just got word about this in the north bay. this is sonoma county southbound 101. all lanes are closed due to a car in the water. we hear two people are dead. meanwhile, over here across the water, slow across the dunbarton bridge. something going on in menlo park. we'll end with this map. it's slow toward the dublin interchange, that clearing going on for that big rig. we'll continue to provide updates on that tragic situation in jenner. see you in 30 minutes.
we really want to make a splash. we want him to leave an impression on you every day. >> not only make a splash. i almost made a hospital visit. i tried out something called fly boarding. one of the fastest growing water sports and it more like a full body slam over and over and over again. >> sounds fun. >> oh man. this is fly boarding. one of the most extreme new water sports around. riders fly, flip and spin through the air and dive like a dolphin into the ocean. all thanks to a small water propelled hoverboard. think ironman meets aquaman.
it's become so popular thrill seekers flock to the international competition. celebs like bieber, drake, dicaprio, all are strapping on the boots. today it's my turn. my fate in the hand of this guy, jimmy j., owner and operator of fly board l.i. and definite adrenaline junky. >> come on. don't be scared. >> look at the tats. look at the buffness. i'm just a city boy, man. what's the feeling you get when you're up there? why do you do it? >> everyone wants to fly, right? it's simple. just standing up. that's all you got to do. >> simple. just getting the microphone on was a challenge. i think i just pulled a muscle doing that. things got off to a rocky start. >> stand up and thumbs up when you're ready to go. >> okay. oh, ah! >> but then they got much, much
worse. i think roker should be doing this. come on. hit this thing. do i suck. come on, bush. be a man. oh god, you have to wear a cup for this thing. but i was determined. in a whole lot of pain but still determined. hit me, jimmy. finally i started to catch some air. oh my god. oh yeah. and after those very few glorious moments shooting out of the water soaring through the
air, i was very ready to get my feet back on solid ground. where's the neosporin. i can't even put my arms down. oh, i'm so agonized. that is without question the hardest thing i have ever done. jimmy, i never want to see you again. >> are you kidding me? your back was red. >> i got to tell you, some things don't work out. i thought for sure i'll get this for a little while. it didn't work out. i'll never fly board again. i don't recommend it. it's a terrible idea. unless you want to see jimmy j. he's a sweet guy. huge thanks to jimmy. fly board l.i. if you'll give it a shot. roker, you'll be better at this than me. i promise. >> what did you do wrong? do you need core? >> wrong? no! >> there were people who did it. he didn't do it. >> they are called professional stunt people. >> they do it over and over again.
we only saw them up for a second. he was up for a few seconds. >> i was up for three seconds. >> exactly. >> what's the trick? if we were to go, like, core, like -- >> just stick with it. you got a little stick-to-itiveness as my dad would say, you'll be able to pull it off. >> we won't be doing it. >> up next the original raging bull, robert de niro gets back in the ring for his new movie, this is a good one i've watched it twice i thought it was so good "hands of stone" we sit down with the oscar winner after this. tag, you're it.
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history. >> you got to fight him. you got to. you have to fight. >> fight! you have to fight! >> robert de niro, edgar ramirez, good morning. you have to fight. who was the stronger one in the corner? >> both of them. both of them, yeah. the question always in my head i think, which is the strongest one of that moment. >> that's an important pivotal and important scene in his life. it's debated whether he said i don't want to fight anymore. you put truth to light in that one scene alone and it is captured in the film. >> apparently i haven't asked roberto directly but apparently he said he didn't say that. the referee interpreted that he said that. >> he did say i don't want to
fight anymore. i'm not strong enough to do this. i know where this is headed. this is the rematch fight, not the one he won in 1980 but the rematch that sugar engaged in november of that year. so will we ever know? >> he claims that he didn't say it. i'm not going to keep doing this or something like this. then it was interpreted that he said it and said it on the microphone and became a mythological phrase of that night. >> he was a national hero and watching this along the same time watching the olympics you see the national pride. on a different level with a boxer because it's just that guy in the ring. his impact on the country even at his lowest moment, how did you process that? >> it was something very
personal and very emotional for him. i don't want to reveal too much. i also want people to discover by themselves when they see the film, he was fighting for more than just pride. he was fighting for his country and also fighting his feelings of being abandoned by america. his father was a marine stationed in panama who got his mother pregnant and left. a lot of things. there are a lot of players to each fight and especially that fight that night. >> what is your role is supporting roberto, the fighter, as his wife. he's still married to her today 40 years later. >> the nature of that relationship -- >> crazy about each other. it's a beautiful relationship. you think that he was born in middle class family and her father always wanted her to marry someone in a good place
and they met when they were 14. >> if it wasn't for her, he would be lost for sure. it's a very endearing story. >> he would be loss without this love story between a trainer and his boxer. combing his hair before he goes out. that's strategy. >> that was one of the things that ray did. it was done -- my feelings he did it because he wanted to do it and psychology was to say he looks good. >> i'll comb billy's hair. >> i'm bleeding and you have a perfect part. what's going on? >> speaking of hair, how great does de niro's hair look. >> i enjoyed the film. check it out. >> "hands of stone" hits theaters friday. >> someone else that has beautiful hair, you just don't see a lot of it.
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>> do you want to know how fit you really are? i don't. we're about to show you a set of exercises you can do right now that will test your strength and endurance. billy and tamron are up for the challenge. you can tell by the fact billy has his hands on his hips. dr. natalie azar is back to put them to the test. these are exercises anyone can do at home. >> we're making it fun to
demonstrate how easily you can work out at home but number two, to see if you can do these simple exercises. are you doing them correctly? if not, figure out how to do it. first one i'm going to do, i demonstrated this an hour ago. it's called the popcorn pushup. plank position. hands under your shoulders. you go down. grab a piece of popcorn with your mouth. the whole point of that is when you do a real pushup, you have to get down low. >> billy works out all the time. as you know i'm not a fan of working out. >> do you want to do it on your knees? >> i'll do it the regular way. my point is for people at home you don't have to be buff and working out. >> start out being able to do ten pushups without practicing. >> okay. >> i spit on you. >> popcorn flying there. >> let's do this. all right. in a plank first. excellent. you'll go all of the way down and try to grab a piece of popcorn with your mouth and back up again.
beautiful, tamron. we have to go to the next one. >> that's it? >> straighten it up. one more. >> how many you got, billy bush? >> one more. >> this is your moment. >> i can't do it. >> next one is simple. it's more difficult than it looks. it's balance. as we get older our balance goes. it means falls as you get older. >> you didn't fall. you fell on purpose. you know you can do this. >> awesome. wonderful. all kinds of activities for balance you want to do. billy is having trouble. >> i think the key is you have to go back. you can't just think about it. you have to go. maybe that's better. >> he's showing off. >> this is actually really
amazing. i didn't realize this. blowing up a balloon is definitely a measure of your lung capacity. that means how deeply you can take a deep breath in and how well you get oxygen into your muscles which helps in an aerobic workout. don't stretch it. that's cheating. blow up balloons every day like 10 to 15 times and increases lung capacity like aerobic exercise does. you can blow it up. let it deflate. blow it up. >> so birthday clowns probably have -- >> blow it up. guess what? if you get dizzy or light-headed doing this a number of times means that your aerobic capacity is not that high. >> you can do multiple. you're showing off. >> it's going to pop. >> last thing is a karate kick.
you can do it this way to the side or this way to the side. the point is can you get your hip above your waist. >> that's pretty impressive. >> thank you. >> very nice. very nice. very nice. >> i should have done that pie. >> let's get back to it. >> the thing is that you actually really want to maintain hip flexibility as you get older. >> show us the right way. front particular you do that way and then side kick is that way. >> being able to touch your toes on the floor? >> that's a huge one. do it without bending your knees. >> wait. he's there. >> all right! >> excellent. >> it's all about strength and flexibility as we get older. it's so important. posture and low back pain is all connected. if you can't do these simple
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around livermore and pleasanton. a couple degrees lower in san francisco, drizzle and low clouds. and inland temperatures climbing wednesday and cooling once again as the sea breeze picks up for the weekend. now for another check of your tuesday commute, here's mike. >> finally we have better news for the trivalley. look around the bay. we have a couple slower spots, your tuesday commute getting rougher. we have folks back into the fall schedule here. recovery west of 580. all lanes cleared. we have back up at livermore avenue. in santa clara and the rest of the south bay starting to ease anywhere south of 280 but 237 still a tough drive over toward 101. back to you. today is the first day of school for students and staff in lower lake, that's the area that was hard hit by the clayton wildfire which destroyed nearly 200 homes. classes were put on hold for more than a week.
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