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freeway fight. a violent roadway attack in san francisco, caught on camera, as over a dozen men on dirt bikes d atvs, swarm a car, beating the driver in the middle of rush hour. top suspect is still on the loose. why these incidents are on the rise nationwide and so hard to crack down on. and swept off her feet. a 4-year-old ohio girl gets the surprise of a lifetime when a gust of wind has her clinging for dear life, as she tries to get inside her house. thankfully she's back on the ground today, friday, march 10th, 2017. >> from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. we have craig melvin in here for matt. can we see that video again? the only thing missing is like toto, kansas and dorothy. that wind is incredible. >> she's the strongest little girl in all of ohio. >> i know.
>> there's some softball team out there that should put her on their radar right now. >> that's incredible. wind is the story there. snow is the story for us. >> here's the scene outside of rockland county about 30 minutes outside of the city. it's starting to come down here just after 7:00. >> that's the topper. just when we thought we were headed for spring with some of the temps, millions of americans fighting through a messy, morning commute right as we speak, with late winter storm and ice slowing them down this morning. got it all covered ape let us start with morgan radford, a few blocks north of us in central park this morning. hey, morgan, good morning. >> reporter: savannah, good morning. you can see the snow just started falling here in new york, as 39 million americans are waking up this morning under a winter weather advisory. that's as they expect to see heavy rain and snow pounding nine states across the country. from the ohio river valley to the mid-atlantic region and right here in the northeast. some of the areas expecting to see eight inches of snow. but the truth is, we've seen
some delays of that messy morning commute for travelers at airports around the country. the bulk of the delays, happening right here in new york. we expect to see up to three or four inches of snow. for those of us that are from new york or living in new york, this has been a bit of a winter weather whiplash. temperatures were as highs a 61 degrees just yesterday. and this is now the second time this year we've seen snow immediately coming after a day where temperatures were as high as the 60s. in central park, people were going for long runs yesterday. they were playing in the grass. today, it's a different story. we expect to see below-freezing temperatures stretching into this weekend, even after the snow passes in my of the nine states, but this snow is also expected to last until the evening. savannah? >> morgan radford, thank you so much. >> al roker is here. how bad is this thing going to get? >> well, as we expect yesterday, we expect accumulation. but because it's been so warm, most of that accumulation will
be on the grassy surfaces. the roads are going to be wet. if you take your time, you will be okay. it's a wide swath of snow from columbus, ohio, all the way into new england. we have a bunch of snow closures throughout the new york, boston, philadelphia metroplex. we are watching that also. 39 million people as you heard from ohio all the way to new england under some sort of winter threat. this system moves pretty quickly, that's the good news, but behind that gusty winds, falling temperatures. look for the snowfall amounts, jenlly one to three inches, heavier snow out on the eastern end of new england. and then we've got through sunday, another storm system that comes across, cuts a s.w.a. swaut /* swath of snow through the midatlantic states. and then we'll look at coming up in the next half hour -- >> tuesday. >> tuesday could be a more significant storm system, even, in fact, the european model that started to look at this as
nothing, now is being the more agrandso aggressive of the two. >> thank you very much. >> get ready. politics now. the trump administration fighting on all fronts this morning as more states are challenging its revised travel ban order. and in the meantime, the unsubstantiated charges about trump tower, trump himself being bugged by president obama, are still unresolved. our political team has it all covered, beginning with nbc's hallie jackson. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. a lot going on in washington today. at the white house, the focus is still on health care. the president's meeting with lawmaker later, one insider telling us, he relishes reaching out to sell his legislative agenda. wuchb one week after his unproven accusations against
president obama, no proof from president trump. his fbi director, not commenting, either. our cameras capturing fbi director james comey at the capitol. nothing from ko comey according to a congressional source. and nothing from president trump either after his new york skyscraper was wiretapped by his predecessor. president obama's team denied it. a senior intelligence source also telling nbc news, it's not true. now president trump's facing a new challenge, a legal one related to his latest controversial ban. the state of washington broadening the lawsuit to block the revised immigration executive order with several other states planning to join. the white house, arguing it's confident in how the new executive order is crafted. >> legal he, there's no doubt that the revised travel ban will
be harder for states to challenge. it's more polished, it's more lawyered and it removes some of the vulnerables in the original ban. >> reporter: the policy push, all about health care. the president tweeting, a new republican bill to repeal and replace obamacare is coming along great. quote, we are talking to many groups. and it will end in a beautiful picture. that tweet, coming around the time this picture was plastered all over tv. house speaker paul ryan's power point pitch. aimed at convincing resistant republicans to get on the bill. >> this is the chance and the best chance we're going to get. >> reporter: in the senate, the bill can only afford two gop defections or it's dead. and as it stands now, at least a half dozen republicans are leaning no. >> we've got lots of time to get this right. i'd rather get it right than get it fast. >> reporter: as president trump deploys his team to sell skeptics on the plan, one of his top officials is raising eyebrows. epa administrator, scott pruitt, for this answer on whether
carbon dioxide is the key driver behind climate change. >> i would not agree it is a primary contributor to the global warming we see. we don't know that yet. we need to continue reviewing the analysis. >> reporter: that contradicts accepted science on climate change, including from inside pruitt's own agency. with new backlash from bernie sanders, slamming those comments as pathetic. >> not only is it sad, it is a real threat to the well-being of this country and the world. >> reporter: and new this morning, we are getting a look at last month's job numbers. the first jobs report in the first full month of the trump presidency. 235,000 jobs were added. that is better than economists expected with the unemployment rate ticking down just a notch. president trump is taking a victory lap in this. his administration is saying it's a great way to start the day. savannah? craig? >> hallie jackson, thank you. wikileaks' founder, julian
assange, is speaking out, on the massive cache of documents released this week citing the u.s. intelligence documents. questions are swirling about who is behind the leak and whether russia had anything to do with it. andrea mitchell has the latest on that. >> reporter: good morning, craig. a lot of questions this morning. julian assange, a hero to some, a villain to others. now, the wikileaks founder is trying to portray himself as the protector of your privacy and defender of top technology companies against the exotic hacking tools of the cia. julian asaewe julian assange, claiming to have exposed the top cyber secrets. >> the central intelligence agency lost control of its entire cyber weapons arsenal. >> reporter: taunting the cia by bragging he will help tech companies update their software after this breach. and promising there's more to come.
>> once the material is effectively disarmed, by us, by removing critical components, we will publish additional details about what has been occurring. >> reporter: assange, claiming the hack came from a former contractor. one of dozens of outside firms that helped design and run the agency's cyber division. a former cia director says the culprit likely left a digital trail. >> if i was the individual noveled, i would worry a great deal about the fact that ultimately they will be found out. >> reporter: could assange be trying to throw the fbi and cia off the scent of another player, russia? u.s. intelligence says russia teamed up with wikileaks to damage hillary clinton's 2016 campaign. promoting donald trump on t.r. television. the charge, hacking democratic e-mails and getting them to wikileaks at a critical point of the campaign. >> i love wikileaks. this wikileaks is like a
treasure trove. >> reporter: russia denies this hack of the cia. but it still is a big winner from the security breach. >> the latest data dump from wikileaks adversary affects our intelligence community. and that is an advantage to russia. let's be crystal clear about that. >> this is purposely timed. coming at a moment in which we seem to be getting closer and closer to understanding the true nature of the connections between the trump campaign and the russian government. >> reporter: also raising eyebrows, thursday's visit of trump pal, british politician, nigel farage, to the london embassy, where julian assange has been holed up for nearly five years. the same day assange was blasting the cia. no explanation of that incident from farage or the white house. the brexit leader dining out with the president at his trump international hotel in
washington. the white house is warning tech companies to talk to the lawyers before using the computer codes that assange is offering because it amounts to accepting classified stolen material. >> andrea mitchell, thank you. we have breaking news this morning out of south korea. police say two people died today during protests over a court's decision to remove president park geun-hye from office. thousands of supporters climbed on to bus that is were being used as a perimeter that you can see there. earlier, a south korean court upheld park's impeachment for corruption and peddling. now, to the chaos inside a train station in germany thursday. police say seven people were injured by a man wielding an ax at dusseldorf's main rail station. the attacker got away but was capture affidavit he jumped from an overpass. he is a 36-year-old man from the former yugoslavia, living in germany.
the suspect acted alone and apparently has mental problems. a criminal investigation into the nude photo scandal is widening to include all branches of the military. and there's new reports that the explicit photos of female service members may have been posted on social media accounts well beyond the original facebook page. gabe gutierrez is following the story for us. gabe, good morning. >> reporter: savannah, good morning. the naval criminal investigative service is looking into the allegations that have shocked veterans across the country. the widening investigation, including all branches of the military and potentially many more victims than we first thought. this morning, the scandal shaking the marine corps is growing. it started with nude photos of more than two dozen female service members, surfacing in a private facebook group, called marines united, with nearly 30,000 members. now, according to a report from
business insider, the explicit photos extend beyond the marine corps and one facebook group. to an image sharing group cal d ib. the site is notorious for posting nude pictures of celebrities, like jennifer lawrence. >> there's female service members that will being exploited on the website. they have the photos taken from their instagram feeds without their consent. having them reposted with others asking for nude photos. >> reporter: another private facebook group, marines united 2.0, also sprung up with more than 3,000 members. the marine corps's commandant calling it demeaning and degrading. >> it's an embarrassment to our corps, to our families and to the nation. >> reporter: a spokesperson says we expect the marines united will come forward and notify their chain of command of pages
like it. things may seem to get worse before they get better. >> what these young women are dealing with is significant in the sense that there's lasting reach. and just 30,000 people seeing images or videos that they didn't consent to have released out into the world are there. >> reporter: two of the alleged victims have come forward, including erica butner. >> as a a marine corps veteran, i'm disheartened and disgusted with this scandal. victim-blaming and the excuse that some are giving that boys will be boys needs to stop. >> reporter: a top marine commander will brief members of the house armed services committee on the scandal. next week. craig and savannah? >> gabe gutierrez, thank you very much. now, to strong allegations made by thousands of retired football players, saying that nfl teams administered powerful prescription drugs to keep them on the field. according to "the washington post," a group rerpting more than 1800 former players has filed a lawsuit in federal court
suing that says the teams violated laws governing prescription drugs. team and league officials were made aware of abuses and were slow to respond or failed to comply. some dramatic video to show you now, showing the harrowing hours during a credit robbery in jacksonville, florida. the surveillance video shows it and how it unfolded. you see the hostage pulling a bucket. and you see the suspect holding three hostages at gun point by th and at one point, you see some of the hostages escaping through the door. the ordeal ends after about two hours, a s.w.a.t. team storms the building. thankfully, nobody was injured here and the suspect faces kidnapping and armed robbery charges. a trial starts later this month. al roker is back with a look at the national forecast and more on that little girl. >> i know. just an amazing piece of video. let's take a look, this is
little madison garner, 4 years old, grabs the door. >> she holds on to the door. >> that's right. she grabs that door, the wind picks her up and wam! her mom, britney, says she was pinned between the door and the garage. fortunately, she wasn't hurt. and, in fact, was laughing all about it. frankly, scarlet, i don't give a -- >> it really is, it's a "gone with the wind" kind of scene. >> she's okay. >> and craig, the parent, notices how kids never want to give up the screen for any reason. >> that's right. hold on. we're going to get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. can you hear that? (vo) get unlimited! plus get hd video and 10 gb's of mobile hotspot. $22.50 per line for four lines.
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♪ ♪ =opvo=an oaklandolice officers expected tbe ay .. after h a very good morning to you. 7:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. a police officer was involved in a accident. it happened on broadway near 51st street. today in the bay rick boone spoke with police. the officer was trying to make a traffic stop in the confusion, another car collided with his cruiser which then struck a light pole. he suffered a cut to his head. he was taken to the hospital for observation. the other driver stayed on scene. police eventually allowed him to leave. last check broadway eastbound was still closed. a check of the forecast right now. vianey is in for kari hall observing her birthday off. a nice, mild start.
very nice week. a lot of sunshine and warmer temperatures. peninsula seeing fog in the area. 55 in the south bay. tri-valley, 50 degrees. patchy fog. 52 east bay 53. north bay, 50 degrees. partly clear skies. warming into the 50s and six. san francisco, 65 degrees. it is definitely going to be a great day to enjoy the outdoors. mike, how are the roads look something. >> the roads are looking great. we had an issue in san jose. northbound 280, mcloughlin. it affected the lanes for a short time. slower drive off 680 and 101. overall, still a nice commute. heading towards the bay bridge, more delays.
♪ it is 7:30. it's a friday morning, march 10th, 2017. and it's almost spring. but not really. feels like winter on the plaza today. we've seen some snowflakes. we have a snowstorm on the way. and maybe a big one, al says. maybe a nor'easter on tuesday. >> we'll go outside in a bit. a look at what's making headlines this morning. 39 million americans are under winter weather advisories making for a messy commute. the new system, bringing rain and snow to the northeast. and savannah just mentioned, the nor'easter could be taking shape over the next few days. president trump is throwing his full weight behind the new health care bill, fighting hard to get approval, despite division in the republican party itself. trump is negotiating the
details. controversy surrounding a string of sex abuse cases is recommending that the u.s. gymnastics president resign. he has had the support of the board. but the usoc does not have the official ability to oust him. and now, to the road rage incident that turned into a freeway fight. it happened on a busy northern california freeway. more than a dozen men on dirt bikes and all-terrain vehicles, atvs, surrounded a car in san francisco. and then, proceeded to beat the driver. miguel has more on this. >> reporter: savannah, good morning. this was caught by another driver on his cell phone. it happened on the busy 101 freeway in san francisco during rush hour. now, police have the video. what they don't have, are suspects. >> i have 23103 turning
physical. >> reporter: the pack of unruly dirt bikers, including some on all-terrain vehicles popping wheelies, were going down a busy freeway, when they swarmed this white car. >> there's 20 vaf involved. >> reporter: the driver appears to be boxed in by another car. and quickly, up to 15 men, described as a gang on wheels, also surround the vehicle. in video obtained by "the san francisco chronicle," the driver gets out. he's punched and kicked. a melee on the busy 101, during the evening commute. >> they smashed his side windows and kicked in his panels. >> reporter: fearing for his safety, the man who recorded the video does not want to be identified. he helped the driver who was pummeled. >> his leg was broken. his face was bloodied. he had road rash on his arms. >> reporter: the california
highway patrol says wednesday's buttal beaddown is not an isolated zinlt. roving biker groups have caused trouble before. break laws on bridges, and freeways and city streets. one of the most notorious incidents of road rage happened in new york city. in 2013, a family with children inside this suv, was attacked by a mob after an altercation on the road. the driver here said he thought he was going the die. back in san francisco, the highway patrol says this driver could have also lost his life. police don't have any suspects yet. none of the dirt bikes appeared to have license plates. an when they come across groups like this, the highway patrol says if they're not responding the a crime, they often won't chase these groups, as they can be elusive and dangerous to purs pursue. savannah? >> thank you very much.
new legal trouble for president trump. he's being taken to court by owners of a bar in washington, d.c. in a battle over his trump hotel, just blocks from the white house. nbc's peter alexander is there with more. >> reporter: good morning to you. there's only one place on pennsylvania avenue that actually has donald trump's name on it. it's here, trump international hotel, as you know. just blocks from the white house. one competitor is claiming benefits from an unfair and illegal advantage. it's become washington's newest landmark, the trump international hotel, owned by president trump. already a magnet for some of the country's and the world's biggest power brokers. several members of the trump administration reside here, including steve gary cohen and linda mcmahon. >> with the notable exception of 1600 pennsylvania avenue, this
is the most coveted piece of real estate. >> reporter: but here in d.c., they say that competitor is taking business away from their wine bar, cork. >> president trump can be the president of the united states or choose to be a business owner in washington, d.c. he can't do both. >> reporter: cork's owners, who are active in liberal causes, are suing the president, accusing him of unfair competition. saying the hotel's restaurant is luring away customers. lobbyist and diplomats want to curry favor with the president by spending money at his hotel. a lawyer for the trump organization, is dismissing the suit as a publicity stunt, completely lacking in legal merit. still, the hotel doesn't lack for free publicity. it has trump written all over it. last fall's ribbon cutting. a plug from the presidential podium. >> i encourage you to go there if you haven't been by. >> reporter: the president's first official night out. dining at the steak house. >> we turned a property that was neglected for decades and was losing sums of money for the
federal government, into a major revenue producer and job creator. >> reporter: the old post office building is owned by the federal government and leased by mr. trump's company, making the president his own landlord. the new suit says mr. trump is violating the terms of his lease. saying no government official shall be admitted to any share or part of this lease. mr. trump's lawyers say his sons run the family business. eric trump at the hotel thursday, promoting a golf event. the hotel's legal problems aren't likely to end anytime soon. three watchdog groups asked the u.s. attorney in new york to ask whether they are violating the ban on foreign gifts. an argument, trump says is without merit. the hotel has marketed itself to embassies as a top destination. >> it's clear that's a pay to play type of arrangement. you pay money to the hotel, to the trump organization, you will get access to the trump administration.
and that's not appropriate. >> reporter: mr. trump pledged to donate profits from gor s fo governments to the u.s. controversy. his hot spot attracting business and controversy. cork's owners aren't suing for money. they want trump to do one of three things. he can close the hotel and restaurant for as long as he's in office. he can sell the place, they say, or resign as president. matt and craig? >> peter alexander. >> who is matt in this scenario? >> he meant savannah. >> happens all the time, pete. that's funny. he's like, what? >> he was laughing. look at the guffaw. >> reporter: what happened? i didn't even hear that. >> you called her matt. so, she called you peter. >> matt and craig? good. thank you, willard. >> so, you double down. is what what happens in
washington? everybody doubles down. >> that's what we do down here. >> you take the whole weekend off. >> we're going to miss -- >> you have a nice weekend. good visit. >> man. >> is this friday? >> you're going to enjoy spending so much more time with the kids, peter. going to be fantastic. we're looking at a couple of storm systems. one after another. saturday, snow from the plains to the northwest. hail possible. we get into sunday, and the snow spreads into tennessee and north carolina. the heaviest snow in the mountains of north carolina. after that, the low pressure that gets down there, that's going to be one of the things we're watching for this possible nor'easter. on monday, a midwest clipper comes across the great lakes. brings snow for the midwest. tuesday, it moves off of the coast, the one in florida, with potential for heavy snow. the american model keeps it close to the coast. that's snow changing to range, in boston to new york city. but the european model has it intensifying off of the coast. that means a heavier snow threat
from boston all the way south of washington, d.c. so, still too early to give you accumulations. but we're watching this carefully through the and you're not going to need a heavy jacket this morning. it is 7:39. we're already in the. 55 degrees in the south bay. 52 on the peninsula. we are seeing hazy skies and patchy fog. 50 degrees in the tri-valley. seeing fog in san francisco. 52 degrees. east bay, 53. and 50 in the north bay. now, we are expecting high clouds in the early afternoon. but the temps will be warming up quite nicely into the 60s and the 70s for today. >> this weekend you want to keep track of that weather, check out our friends on the weather channel and weather.com. coming up on trending, the mother of all salads. how a certain kind of salad is said to help induce labor in
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7:43. civil rights attorney amal clooney is making headlines this morning. not for her baby bump or for her fashion choice, but the strong message she's sending at the united nations. >> nbc news national correspondent, kate snow, is here with that story this friday morning. >> reporter: good morning. amal clooney has been in the headlines a lot lately. she is expecting twins with her husband, george clooney. but long before she was a clooney, she was an international human rights attorney. and this mom-to-be is taking on isis. >> no one claims to respect or protect isis. and yet, somehow, we are no closer to justice today than when i addressed you last year. >> reporter: amal clooney, demanding answers thursday at the united nations. her passionate crusade against the islamic state laid bare. >> why is it nothing has been done. >> reporter: clooney is an oxford educated international human rights lawyer, who gained world recognition when she married hollywood megastar, george
clooney. >> amal, whatever alchemy that brought us together, i couldn't be more proud to be your husband. >> reporter: the couple now expecting twins together, with the babies due this june. earlier this week, amal clooney told the bbc, her marriage does help her cause, fighting for oppressed groups. >> i think if there are more people that understand what is happening to the yizidis and about isis, and if there can be some action that results that can help the clients, it's a good thing to give that extra publicity that it may get. >> reporter: that extra publicity, following clooney all the way to the u.n., where she met with u.s. ambassador, nikki haley. >> isis is a bureaucracy of evil. >> reporter: and clooney wants them held responsible. she represents a young woman who was sold as a sex slave to an isis commander. >> i cannot understand why you are letting isis get away with it. >> reporter: she is yazidi, a religious minority from northern iraq targeted by isis. the u.n. says isis has killed more than 5,000 yazidis in the
past two years. >> they want their chance to face their abusers in court. they want legal judgments to be published, so that their genocide cannot later be denied. >> reporter: last year, in her first network interview, clooney spoke exclusively to nbc's cynthia mcfadden and says she understands the risk of her cases. >> this is something i discuss with my husband before i take on something like this. we are aware of some of the risks involved, of course. >> so, he blesses this? >> he met nadia, too, and i think he was moved for the same reasons and he understood. i mean, this is my work. you know, i've spent my career working on international justice. and this is a clear case of genocide and genocide that's gone completely unaddressed. >> reporter: but amal clooney is dedicating her life's work to change that. >> if we do not change course, history will judge us. and there will be no excuse for our failure to act. >> reporter: clearly, she is working through this pregnancy. but she is making some
adjustments. in an interview with a french magazine, george clooney indicated she won't be traveling to iraq or areas where she's, in his words, not welcome. but she continues to gather evidence for this case. our producer who spent time with her last year, guys, watched her spend hours and hours gathering information, doing interviews for this case. she is really dedicated to this. >> she is incredibly dedicated and substantive and just a fascinating person. >> she is. >> thank you, kate. coming up next, car son is over in the orange room with a story of a college basketball team that did not dress to impress but, okay, they had a very good excuse. wear that shade. throw shade. nice. no makeup monday or definitely makeup... it's monday. go natural. go big. go bold. ladies, don't let anybody tell you what makes you beautiful. at walgreens, we've got the beauty products to help you be you. walgreens. at the corner of happy and healthy.
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wild winds caused that plane to skid off the runway and crash into a fence. thankfully, everybody evacuated safely. everybody was okay. the team had to scramble to make alternative plans. they got there. one item that didn't make it were the uniforms. need those in a basketball tournament. those remained back on the plane in michigan, pending an accident investigation. the team took the court, hours upon touching down. they're in their practice jerseys, as you can see. that's the team's color, maize, on the top, and blue on the bottom. they are missing their names on the back of the jerseys. but the mismatched look didn't hold them back. michigan beat illinois, 75-55. get to some tweets. kelly writing, it doesn't matter what you wear. it's all about playing with heart and passion. some fans got superstitious like justice. michigan shouldn't stop wearing practice jerseys until they lose. that makes a lot of sense. >> i like it. >> it's against ncaa rules to wear a different color on top
and bottom. >> really? >> the penalty is only a technical foul. they want to keep this vibe going, they can give up the technical foul. >> that would be like having your lucky underwear or socks or something. >> the game is at noon today against purdue. we'll keep an eye on that one. >> thank you, carson. coming up, a gorilla at a florida zoo gets a lucky break. we'll show you how after a check of your local news and weathe and the wolf huffed and puffed... like you do sometimes, grandpa? well, when you have copd, it can be hard to breathe. it can be hard to get air out, which can make it hard to get air in. so i talked to my doctor. she said... symbicort could help you breathe better, starting within 5 minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. symbicort helps provide significant improvement of your lung function. symbicort is for copd, including chronic bronchitis and emphysema. it should not be taken more than twice a day. symbicort contains formoterol. medicines like formoterol increase the risk of
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wx toss o traffic good morning, bay kwraeufrplt 7:56. waking up to hazy skies. 55 degrees right now in the south bay. as you're heading towards the peninsula, expect to see patchy fog on the roads. also hazy fog out in san francisco. 53 degrees right now in the tri-valley. 52, san francisco. east bay, 56. but we will be be seeing a change in the forecast the next couple of hours. that's way of an increase in temperatures. by 11:00 a.m., we should be in the 60s for san francisco. i have about 67 degrees by 2:00. in san jose, also expecting a nice warmup. we some see clearing skies by later this afternoon with a high of 73. it should be 71 by 2:00 which will make for a very nice day across the bay area. here's a quick check what you can expect the next seven days. we are expecting sunshine to stay on top not just for today
but also the weekend. how are the roads look something. >> it's friday. a lighter flow of traffic. the south bay improving. 280 still slow off 680. crash at mcloughlin. a little activity there. san mateo westbound away from us. peninsula busy through san mateo. bay bridge looking lighter on the left approach. back to you. thank you very much, mike. it is is 7:57 right now. happening now, a police officer recovering after his cruiser was involved in a crash in oak hand. it happened two hours ago closing one direction of busy broadway. police say the officer is expected to be okay. on our twitter feed, links to more details, including video from the scene. pope francis racing all sorts of reaction with his statement that the catholic church should consider allowing married men in the clergy. on our facebook page, more on the circumstances the pope pay
it's 8:00 on today. winter wallop bearing down. flight delays and a messy commute. we're tracking it all. plus, zuckerbaby. details from newest facebook post tribute to marriage and family. gorilla goes under. experts at the jacksonville zoo using cutting edge technology helping a gorilla having trouble fitting in. in the exam room for the major breakthrough today. friday, march 10, 2017.
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umbrella. >> starting to get a little snow. >> it's going to be out of here in a few hours. quick mover. >> we'll have more on the weather and this story as well. latest technology usually reserved for humans being used on one lucky gorilla in need of a little extra help in florida. katie is here with easy weeknight dinner. >> look at the size of that pork chop. >> five ingredients on that chop. >> the pork chop counts for two sd . >> i was going to say, come to mama. looks good. top stories. here's the news at 8:00. we begin this morning with the late season storm creating a messy morning commute. i'm morgan radford here in central park. snow is falling as 39 million americans wake up under a winter advisory. pounding states across the country. sweeping from the ohio river valley up here to northeast. we've already seen delays and cancellations at the country's
area airports. the bulk of those delays happening right here in new york. this is where we expect to see three, possibly four inches of snow lasting until noon today. quite frankly a winter weather whiplash for those who live in new york. temperatures high of 61 degrees just yesterday. this is now the second time this year alone we've seen snow immediately following a day where we've seen temperatures as high as the 60s. today, a completely different story. experts say it's important to make sure that since the snow is falling especially during your friday morning commute, that you have extra food and water in your vehicle and also that you write down the name of a tow truck company. just in case you happen to lose power or your cell phone battery. also say be prepared for low visibility and budget a little bit of extra time if you're heading to work this morning. because even once the snow stops, expecting to see freezing temperatures stretch into the weekend across sunshine states
the snow could continue as late as this evening. >> good tips there. thank you. health care is on the agenda today as president trump meets with house committee chairs. meanwhile, the head of the fbi has been briefing key members of congress on one of the president's more explosive claims. nbc's white house correspondent joins us. good morning. good morning to you. nearly a week after unproven accusations about president obama, no proof from president trump and no comment from his fbi director either with both wikileaks and wiretapping in the headlines. >> reporter: this morning, footage only on nbc showing fbi director james comey at the capital. a congressional source telling nubs he was there to update lawmakers on the subject of trump tower. five days after president trump, without proof, accused president obama of having him wiretapped. president obama's team and senior intelligence source both denying the accusations.
comey, not answering any questions including one about wikileaks. >> how serious was the wikileaks stuff. >> reporter: comes on the heels of more explosive allegations from julian assange. reiterating his claim the cia has lost control of cyber weapons program. >> this is a historic act of devastating incompetence. >> reporter: the colin rae is not confirming the authenticity of noorl 9,000 documents dumped by the hacker group. hinting at the cia's ability to use sport phones and tvs to spy overseas. >> grave concern the president has about the release of national security and classified that threatens and undermines nation's security. >> reporter: also facing new legal challenges today or revamped travel ban. barring immigrants from mostly muslim nations. >> we're not going to be bullied by threats of actions by the federal government. >> washington's attorney general
announcing the state will expand a lawsuit against the president's latest executive order on immigration. >> for challenges of the ban, the argument is not enough is different. that basically it's the same policy with a little more polish and a fewer controversies, but the same central thrust and that they say is still a muslim ban. >> reporter: more controversy for the trump administration today. head of environmental agency scott pruitt seemed to reject science behind climate change. >> i think measuring the precision human activity on the climate is something very challenging to do and tremendous disagreement about the degree of impact. so no, i would not agree it's a primary contributor to the global warming we see. >> pruitt argued it all needs more review. senator bernie sanders slamming the statement as a real threat. >> it is pathetic that is the position of the administrator of
the environmental protection agency. the debate is over. >> reporter: a different top administration official in the news this morning. talking about secretary of state rex tillerson. former exxon mobile head has now announced he will recuse himself from any decision making involving the keystone exxon pipeline. >> at the white house this morning. thank you. for the first time, hearing from family members of one of the two indiana teens that were murdered last month. lib by and her friend disappeared on february 13. they went hiking and bodies were found the next day a mile from where they were last seen. police previously released a photo of the suspect, taken on her cell phone. her grandfather making a plea for help to find the person responsible for the death. >> 11,000 tips is great. i really need one. one good one. that's what i'm after. >> if the person who did this is out there watching, what message
do you have for him? >> turn yourself in. do the right thing. be accountable for your actions. >> the reward to bring the suspect to justice is now at over $220,000. when we come back on friday morning, take a look at the ten most addictive foods and how to stop eating them. is your favorite on the list? >> are your favorites? plural. right. why love actually fans are flipping out over new pictures from the set of the sequel. are you ready for more cute baby pictures on facebook. mark zuckerberg and his wife announcing they are expecting daughter number two. you brush or floss you may have gum problems and could be on the journey to much worse. help stop the journey of gum disease. try new parodontax toothpaste.
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thursday, got a little more attention than the others. >> mark zuckerberg made a public announcement able a very personal development. it's another girl, for mark zuckerberg and his wife, dr. priscilla chan. the facebook ceo made the announcement they're expecting their second child on facebook, with a tribute to his marriage and family. when priscilla and i first found out she was pregnant again, our first hope was that the child would be healthy, he wrote. my next hope is that it would be a girl. i cannot think of a greater gift than having a sister. and i'm so happy max and our new child will have each other. 32-year-old chan, a pediatrician, and zuckerberg, were married at their tail a pa home. max celebrated their first birthday in november. >> max is wonderful. mark and i are just over the top proud of everything she does. she could be eating or spitting or sleeping or just smiling and
we're like, isn't that special? >> reporter: in september, chan opened up to savannah about the challenging they faced, becoming parents, including suffering three miscarriages. >> sharing our experience with pregnancy was incredibly important because we realized how challenging and difficult that was. and there really dark moments when you think you're alone. >> reporter: zuckerberg and chan grew up with sisters by their side. we're all better because of the strong women in our lives, zuckerberg wrote. we can't wait to welcome our little one and do our best to raise another strong woman. last month, zuckerberg released a manifesto on his plan to change the world. pledging to use facebook to unite, not divide, communities. since becoming parents in 2015, both he and chan have vowed to work even harder to improve the world their daughters will grow up in. >> being a parent real ly -- yo love that little being so much.
and like more than you thought was possible. and you have so many hopes and dreams for that child. >> a couple people at this table can relate to new babies, in addition to another one at home. >> and multiple girls, too. >> i know. that's exciting. >> that was a fascinating piece. one of the things that was most striking, savannah guthrie, the outfit in that piece, it looked familiar. oh. >> i'm still wearing my maternity clothes. yes. >> your jacket seems different. >> it's the same outfit. okay. >> i'm such a journalist, i shot that at 4:00 a.m. this morning. i turned it around. >> the light gave it away. >> she had it lit, too. >> priscilla is the best. we're thrilled for her. let's get a check of the weather. >> "today's" weather is brought to you by edward jones, where attention and sound advice is a big deal. >> light snow today. no big problems.
that's going to get the heck out of here. it moves very, very fast. behind it, colder air and gusty winds. we have snow tomorrow, stretching from the plains all the way down into the mid-atlantic states or the mid plains. and we have the making of the nor'easter. monday night, low pressure forms over florida, as it makes its way down the coast, a lot of moisture from the tropical atlantic. drawing in colder air from canada. it has the makings of a good-sized storm. ocean air, arctic air, combines for heavy snow. we 54 degrees now in san francisco. and we are still seeing those hazy skies and that patchy fog along the coast. now, we will be warming up to about 62 degrees by 11:00 a.m. and 67 by your lunch hour, about 2:00. in san jose, we're seeing hazy skies, 55 degrees now. more sunshine by 2:00.
about 71 degrees and we should be topping out in san jose at 73 degrees. >> and that's your latest weather. >> al, thank you. it is time for "trending," everybody. when you're eight or nine months pregnant, there isn't anything you wouldn't do to try to move things along. spicy food. long walks. >> light exercise. >> a lot of different things. >> hot showers. >> one of them. a cafe in california offers another solution. it's called the maternity salad. the dish has past due moms flocking to the restaurant because the salad supposedly induces labor. for the past 28 years, they have gotten between 5 and 20 pregnant customers a day, looking for the salad. they even proudly and count the salad babies of the month. does it work? there's only one person who can tell us, carson. she's maried to you.
siri daly is on the phone. what is it about the salad. you have three kids. >> i think i drank the dressing from the bottle when i was pregnant with our middle child. i think it was our due date. and i did it live on carson's radio show. >> that's right. >> and i did start contracting a couple of hours later. >> did edda's name get on the board? >> we should inquire about that. >> what's in the dressing? >> can you re-create it. i have no idea what it is. it is castor oil or petosin. >> it's a light vinaigrette with petosin. >> a lot of women are hoping you will put that on the seriously delicious blog. >> i'll try. >> you'll have to get pregnant again to test it. >> okay. that's a lot to handle. >> i have to go. >> there's more in "pop start."
>> thanks, siri. >> we've talked about healthy, nutritious salad. "health" magazine, revealing the ten most addictive food. pizza. >> check. >> chocolate. >> check. >> cookies. >> check, check. >> poe dta >> check, check. >> poe dtto chips. >> check. >> why are they so addictive? they have the right combination of refine ed carbs, sugar and added fat. that triggers your brain. on the list, cake. my personal favorite, french fries. cheeseburgers, breakfast cereal, or fried chicken. fried potato pie. >> and put a little sugar on them, too, so they caramelize. >> maybe that's why they're so delicious. we're going to do sports now. we have done the weather. >> have you said that? >> weather done. news done. sports. and the most unbelievable college play of all-time.
go to the highlights. can we get the cheesy sports music? that's it. george mason star point gouuard. otis livingston. he lost a contact lens. from the sidelines, do you see him, team manager, bryson johnson, swooping in, picks up the lens from across the court. >> and she has bausch & lomb, too. >> and she's going to replace the contact. do we have a slow-mo. >> he saw it from across the court. >> that's crazy. >> that's amazing. >> it is amazing. i've lost a contract. contact. >> he saw it from the sideline. >> wow. >> maybe he wears colored lenses. >> we have a contract lens here. we want to test the theory. going to test it. >> flick it over there. hey, there it is. there it is. >> oh. >> there it is. >> okay.
>> savannah, do you see it? >> no way. not at all. >> i honestly don't. that's amazing. >> that's crazy. >> i still don't see it, either. >> that guy has x-ray vision. >> i see the beginning of "pop start." >> yep. we're going to start as you look for that contract lenect l will start with richard simmons. there's a lot of concern for the fitness icon. the l.a. police doing what a lot of people suggest somebody do. go to his house for a welfare check. we went out and talked to him and he is fine. nobody is holding him hostage. he's doing exactly what he wants to do. if he wants to go out in public or see anybody, he will do that. did you find it, craig? >> savannah has better eyes than she thought she had. >> you found it. "love actually" as fans away the reboot, one of the film's producers is giving us another
view of the set. when andrew lincoln's character professed his love. the cue cards are back. and we're seeing kyeira knightly on the scenes with the crew. and colin firth. didn't know he signed on to the sequel. he has. and he was spotted on-set. that's your "pop start" today. >> this is my favorite story line. get to florida. experts are using cutting edge technology to help save a gorilla to help that gorilla have a happier future. >> her name is kambuka. and the other gorillas didn't seem to like her. they couldn't figure out why. kerry sanders is at the jacksonville zoo and gardens with what might be the answer. this is interesting, kerry. >> reporter: very interesting. she wasn't interacting with the other animal here's, the other gorillas. well, bobby fingle shows us. they call her name. kambuka. >> reporter: see how she doesn't
react? perhaps it is that kambuka is deaf. it's a big day for kambuka. the 20-year-old lowland gorilla at the jacksonville zoo. >> a critical time getting her from the van to the treatment table. >> reporter: she is tranquilized and on a gurney. all 286 pounds of the mighty gorilla, quieted for three hours. >> she got a ton of ketamine. >> reporter: experts test her hearing. >> it is promising to get the test done. >> reporter: a team of vets, united with experts from children's hospital. it's not often you have a gorilla on an exam table like this. >> this would be a first. >> reporter: the merging of human experts with veterinarians, logical because critically endangered lowland gorillas are much like humans. kambuka's ear canal is just like ours. >> the same test done on humans. it's run on babies often.
>> reporter: as with kids who show hearing loss, teams here streamed pulses to kabuka's ears. bursts of sounds that would register on the brain waves if she heard them. >> if she could hear it, we would expect to see a spike in the brain wave. we don't see that. we just see norm al brain wave activity. >> reporter: repeated tests at various frequencies, kambuka is deaf. >> we don't know how long she's had it. it's hard to know. >> we do cochlear implants on humans. not sure if that applies to our great apes. >> reporter: for a powerful animal, kambuka looks peaceful. just like with humans, the most dangerous part about this, the anesthesia.
when the exam ended and the drugs wore off, kambuka had a little cough, maybe a headache. but now, a mystery solved. and new hope, if not for kambuka, for others like her. >> this is the first information on hearing of gorilla that's ever been done. gathering this data, comparing future data will be a step forward in the conservation of these animals. >> reporter: and so, now, we know, as we look at kambuka this morning. she's not awkward. she's not stuck up. she just doesn't hear, guys. she does know, though, some sign language. if you do this, she recognizes that means hold her foot up. she knows sign language. but whether they can communicate remains the history. >> give her a hug or something, kerry. or not, maybe. >> that was fascinating, kerry sanders. >> it was. thank you. >> now they know. >> exactly. exactly. coming up, it's feel-good friday. couldn't come soon enough. we'll show you a new trend that
we think your life will be happier because of. first, on a lovely friday morning, your local news and weather. i'm ... =opvo=an oaklandolice officers expected to ok .. after his good friday morning at 8:26. i'm sam brock. in oakland, a police officer is expected to be okay after his cruiser was involved in a traffic accident. this happened about two hours ago in the city on broadway near 51st street. apparently the officer was trying tomake make a traffic st and another car collided with his cruiser which struck a lightpole. the officer was taken to the hospital for observation. the other driver stayed on scene. police eventually allowed him to leave. a lot of activity because of the east bay. friday commute, a lot less activity overall because it is a friday. south bay is moving well. crash cleared from 280 and 101.
mitering lights on, backup thinning out at the toll plaza. we're looking at oakland with heaviest volume, live look past the coliseum shows you things are slow from 66 to high street and also from 580 up past the downtown exit, but no prareal problems or surprises. haze, but that's not affecting anyone. >> mike, thank you so much. that will do it for us. we'll be back with more news updates in 30 minutes. back to the "today" show.
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[ cheers and applause ] good morning. it's 8:30 on a friday morning. hello. it's the 10th of march, 2017. and now, we're starting to get it. starting to get the snow. a little weather like this will separate the true fans from the fair-weather fans. and we have a great group on our plaza. aren't they cute? they're hanging in. >> strong. >> you happy? yeah. love it.
thanks. we have craig here for matt today. it's been fun. >> wrapping up the vacation. coming up this half hour, the huga craze. it's about slowing down, staying cozy and savoring life's simple pleasures. >> another way to simplify, how about a five. ingredient meal. katie lee is here with her pork chop recipe. >> show us that pork shop. >> you can ride that thing. >> we love that pork chop footage. also, exciting news. the first-ever today travels essential score. if you're heading to kentucky, going to the derby, look for our store in the louisville international airport in kentucky. our "today" store is open to all travelers. we're going to help you start your trip off right. >> we have our own airport store. we're huge. >> that's right. >> this is amazing. >> free doritos, baby. >> you think they have the
travel pillows? al, let's get a check of the weather. >> "today's" weather is brought to you by soma, the bra experts behind the vanishing back bra. >> see if weather will delay you this weekend. we start off with tomorrow. saturday, frigid weather. but clear along the east coast. strong storms down in texas. look for wet weather in the pacific northwest. sunday, sunday. record lows in the great lakes, the northeast and mid-atlantic states. wet weather along the southeastern atlantic coast. the storm system making its way through the plains. sunny skies from texas, southwest, into the rockies. i hope you're ready to enjoy another spring-like day, though right now we're seeing some clouds in the sky. 54 degrees in san francisco. warming up into the 60s by about 12, 1:00. great day to enjoy the outdoors despite the partly cloudy skies.
55 degrees now, as you make your way outdoors, you're not going to need a heavy jacket. 71 by 2:00. topping out into the upper 60s and 70s for inland. >> all these nice people. you know what they're going to do this weekend when they get -- when they need their weather. they're going to check out our friends at the weather channel and on weather.com. guys, back to you. okay, al. thank you. this morning, we are kicking off a new series, "feel good friday." we're looking for stories that will infuse your weekend with a little extra joy. >> there's a trendy way to do that. and you can do it without buying anything new. we sent mina dursen to check it out. >> reporter: one of the biggest buzzwords of 2017 is something most of us can't produnes. it's hygge, a danish word, translated as cozy.
it's the latest trend to sweep the u.s., since the magical tips for tidying up. hygge might be the secret to happiness. a new blood alcohook claims tha denmark is the happiest country in the world. how do we get more hygge in our lives? i asked how it works. >> we celebrate the simple moments we have as human beings. >> reporter: it starts with cozy basics, like candles, warm sweaters and comforting food. and it means slowing down to enjoy conversations with friends and the little things that make you smile. the author says hygge is about embracing the small, simple pressu pleasures that make life great. the key is not taking anything too seriously. not being perfect is huge. >> yes. >> reporter: that's exciting
because nobody is perfect. give yourself a break. don't expect perfection. and enjoy in the fact this might be as good as it gets. >> marin mina is with us right . tell us how to get our hygge here. >> it's easy. just mostly things you probably already love and enjoy. first step is, wear something hygge. i wore my ugliest sweater for you guys. >> thank you. >> comfy pants. >> things that make you laugh or make you happy. this sweater makes me laugh. >> nature is a key, as well. >> yes. >> what if you can't get outside? >> if it's a terrible day outside, start an office garden. have a little touch of greenery around. >> sounds like an extended version of what we do when we have comfort food. >> exactly. and making time to do those things and enjoy them. be aware of enjoying them.
>> board games are big in hygga. >> it ooh's about sharing momen with friends and family. you will always remember the time we played that board game and had fun. >> you do this on a weekend, once a month. you live like this. >> danish people do this every day. a couple minutes every day to make sure they're having a hygge moment. >> i mean, if it's about eating bad food and wearing my fat pants, i've been hyggeing for years. >> drink beer and order domino's for sweat pants. >> i like to say the word, hygge. >> we need some music. >> a playlist. you pick songs that make you happy. >> i love it. mina, thank you so much. we want to hear from you. if there's a person or story you want to nominate for feel-good friday, someone doing something good for somebody, something fun, like hygge, share it with
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you have the under the skin fat. the deeper viz visceral fat that's your risk for diabetes, high cholesterol. it's so close to your internal organize organs. a lot of people do crunches and abs. that will not get rid of the visceral fat. the way you node to get rid of it, hard-core cardiovascular exercise, which is code for weight loss. >> work out hard, run, something like that. >> exactly. >> for fat-burning. >> the next one -- >> the back fat. >> okay. >> know it well. >> is there a risk to it? if i said, where is your core, where do you point to? >> a lot of people think it's just the abdomen. but it's also your entire back. you got your trapezius. a weak back or a fat back can indicate a weak core, which can
result in back pain and poor posture and stress on your spine. perhaps the fat back is an indicator of an overlying met battic state that can result in weight gain. for your back, you want to go to strength training. you can go to cardiovascular. but you want to concentrate the muscles of the back. >> upper and lower back. the spine muscles that stabilize. and you want to build up those. for the thyroid, you might have a low thyroid, constipation, fatigue, cold intolerance, you go see your doctor, health care professional, you get diagnosed. and we advocate exercise for people with low thyroid. it's good for muscular health and mood. >> we're moving on to ankles. or cankles. >> our cankles a serious risk?
the short answer is, if it's just fat around the ankle, no. but what if that fat is actually fluid. could that be something indicative of liymph ateam ma. it could be a weakened heart muscle or kidney problems or liver problems. you're going to get the right diagnosis. some people have it because their legs are dependant. and we call that insufficiency. you can't get the fluid back up to the heart. if you have fluid on the basis of just that, where it's dependent and gravity is pulling it down, lower your salt intake and increase your protein. you keep your legs elevated. if it's coming from the heart and other organs, you have to address those. >> and drink water, too. >> to flush out. the last one, what do you think? >> the thighs. do you think there's any
problems with having fat in your thighs? >> medical problem or cosmetic? >> that's a good question. no problem, technically, with having -- >> really? >> with having fat in the tush or in the lelggs. that's subcutaneous fat. if you want to tone it, go ahead. that's not a risk factor for cardiovascular disease. >> if you want to tone it, this might be turning into an interventi intervention. >> natalie azar, thank you. we're going to keep our booties. coming up next, katie will help us. five-ingredient pork chops this morning. first this, is "today" on nbc.
five main ingredients or fewer. katie lee from the food network. this is one of your go-do dishes, right? >> i love this. we are making hoisen grilled pork chop. >> that's the thickest pork chop i've ever seen. >> that's the porter house of pork chops. it's $8 to $9 a pound. you can have something that looks great for not as much money as a beefsteak would cost. we're going to use some ginger, soy sauce, hoison sauce. and leave them around until room temperature. you want your grill nice and hot and indirect heat, as well. you want to put on pepper for me? >> absolutely.
>> you can start it on the high heat and move it to the lower heat. because they're so thick, they will take some time to cook and you don't want them to dry out. >> one thing i find is it's easy to overcook them. >> it is easy to overlocook the. get a meat thermometer. that's your best friend when cooking meat. it's less about how much time and more about the temperature. a pork chop needs to be 145 degrees to be safe. i usually take it off the grill about 135 and 140 and it will rest and come up. make a glaze. >> you can do this outside, as well. >> if you're going to do it inside, heat up your oven to about 400 degrees. after their seared, you're going to put them in the oven. >> okay. >> we have hoyson sauce here. there's soybeans, chilies, salt, sweet. having an ingredient is going the give you a lot of bang for your buck. >> if i don't have hoyson
sauce -- >> you can use barbecue sauce and put in some of the ginger and garlic. i'm going to sneak and add a sixth ingredient. >> we won't tell. >> that's sesame oil. >> why the es sesame oil? >> i'd adds a lot of extra flavor and it tastes great. after you have seared your pork chop, you want to baste it with this. >> and you baste while you're cooking? >> yes. towards the end. there is sugar and it will burn if you put it on too early. it smells so good. and i flip it a few times after it's been basted and it gets caramelized. >> a lot of flavor. >> thanks for the beer, kately lee. >> it's a chinese beer. >> what's the verdict? >> it's good. it has a nice flavor. i like the sere on the outside. >> that's right. is that correct?
>> we want the bone down here. >> i take the bone off and put it under the broiler. and i have that. that's my prize. yes. >> besides the pork chop, we have delicious sides, too. >> we're going to have rice with it. i'm making a simple steamed rice. one of the keys to getting sometime e steamed rice is to rinse it off first. 2/1 ratio. put that into the boiling water. i put a little butter in it. >> butter makes everything better. >> makes everything better. one stir. turn it down to low. cover it. about 12 minutes. then, you turn the heat off, let it sit for five minutes. and then, fluff it with a fork. and you got perfect steamed rice. >> in addition to the rice, we have snap peas here, as well. >> snap peas are coming in season. springtime. you trim the ends off. these don't have much of a string in them. but if you get a little with
your life knife, you can pull it. i saute those or steam them. they come out great. they're so sweet. and then, we have our pork chop that's been resting. look how perfect this is. >> why is it important to rest it? >> the juices redistribute when you let the meat rest and you get a juicier chop. if you cut into it, they're all going to run it. and look how good that looks. >> that's a good-looking pork chop. >> yes. you want to get a bite? >> i want to get a bite. >> get right in there. and if yu have juices left on the board when it's been roasting or resting, just brush it on the pork chop. >> that's perfectly cooked, versus mine, which are always just a little -- >> pork doesn't need to be cooked to well done. >> that's fantastic. the hoyson sauce. katie lee, thank you. to check out recipes, go to today.com/food. we're going to scarf. back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. >> send down the bone.
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♪ this morning on "today's take," kicking off the weekend with ryan eggold. and the best day of the week, freebie friday. the only way to win is if you tune in. and tilist to the stars showing you how to get that celebrity look, right now. >> from nbnews, this is "today's take." live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hey. freebie friday morning, march 10th, 2017. somebody loves you, by "betty who" who did this song on our show a year ago. joining us one of our faves from "the blacklist: redemption,"
ryan ek goggold. >> are you sick of me yet? >> you were with us last night. >> the show last night, pretty cool. i will tell you, i love this show. it's a cross between "mission impossible" and "the blacklist." and really very cool. >> a little "ocean's 11." a little famke jensen. and a little spice. >> and a little sense of humor this than "the blacklist." >> it surprised me there was a little humor. i was surprised about that. >> in these days and times you can tweet while we're watching. i feel like we're with you while we're watching. >> don't you feel like some of the mystery is gone? remember the old days? >> absolutely. i thought about that. at the same time, it feels like we can reach out and touch you. >> it's nice to hear from people. >> in other words, you wish you didn't have to talk to us? >> that's not the case. >> i want to go back to 1969,
put some flowers in my hair and dance around. >> i was just on your set, a few days ago. and, man, you look like you had taken -- >> is this the bloody one. >> we have to do this. and i'm covered in blood. i come to your place of business, you always look sharp. and you come to mine and i look like this. >> that was stinging because it drips into your eye? >> it's sticky. not fun. it's a glamorous lifestyle. >> you know what's fascinating. i went out to your set, in manhattan. you shoot in queens. >> right. >> there's so much activity going on. >> so much shooting in new york these days. >> they've run out of space in brooklyn. they've moved into queens. about 15 minutes from where i grew up. >> that's amazing, yeah. >> do people know where you are? is it one of the nondescript places? >> it is. there's just warehouses. and there's some space age
design. >> that's cool. >> and the show aired last night. it airs thursdays at 10:00 p.m. on nbc. and again, right now, you're on a hihiatus. >> yeah. i think there will be some going back to the "blacklist" at some point. >> your a busy man. >> my pleasure. i haven't slept for three days. >> it will be good. we are getting ready. we're excited about flying over the pond, taking our show to scotland on monday and tuesday. heading to the spectacular dunce castle an hour outside of edinburgh. >> is that why we're edinburgh. because there's the little -- >> edinburgh. >> i can't act like i can do that. look how majestic this looks.
i'm excited. >> can you take me with you? >> come on. we're leaving tonight. >> are we going to get out? >> it will be okay. >> i'm annoyed with myself. i haven't packed. i have to do laundry. >> i packed. >> and you're leaving tonight? >> i have to wash my jeans. laundry. >> you don't have another pair of jeans? >> those are my good pair. >> are you bringing a kilt? >> i'm getting one there. >> you are? >> will you show your knees? >> hopefully that's all i show. yes. >> we'll see how much scotch you drink. >> a couple glasses of scotch whiskey. >> home away is hosting a competition, for one person and 20 of their friends to spend five nights at the castle. we're going to check it out and make sure the accommodations are up to snuff. >> in honor of you guys going, i put together a little care package, to send you on your way. goodies that may help the take a
peek. >> did you buy the ribbon. >> yes. i designed this myself. we have here, some sean connery. >> talking about sean connery. >> this is key. >> hey, trebek. >> just talking about that. >> we have some scotch here. >> now, we're talking. >> we should just drink that now. >> never had scotch. >> you never had scotch? >> it smells so intense. >> pour this in there. >> i'll put this in with my hot water. >> most importantly, bagpipes. >> little bagpipes. >> where did you find those, ryan? >> at the bagpipe store. how does that work? >> it's not working. not working. we're going to take some lessons. >> easy. >> put this away. we are on television. >> i've been keeping an eye on the weather. >> maybe i should put that in there, too. >> maybe i i've had too much
already. >> look at edinburgh. monday, gusty winds, 55 degrees on monday. and then, that should say tuesday's forecast. mostly-cloudy, 54. it will be not too bad. >> my plan is to put on -- wash my jeans. and put them on. >> jeans, a kilt, scotch, whisky. >> and i go on the plane and go to sleep. >> and bagpipes that don't work. >> all right. we're doing something else that's kind of cool. "today's" take me out to the ball game. we have bog pipes. >> an organ, now. looking for the biggest baseball fans. submit your photos on today.com. and hopefully give you the ultimate spring training v.i.p. experience. the submissions are pouring in. >> that's awesome. >> here's one. really? this looks like a sportings good
store. >> is that all memorabilia? >> this is one-eighth of her husband's collection. >> good lord. >> send this man to spring training. >> how about this one? the ultimate man cave. >> that's a good cave. >> he has a shed out back. >> that's fantastic. >> that's a baseball -- >> oh, look at these guys. >> 7-week-old twins on the day of their first mets game. >> that's awesome. >> who gets to choose? this is impossible. >> how to you choose? >> this is the hodges family. as they call themselves, party of eight, who support the cubs. we've gotten a lot of submissions from cubs fans. >> you can see why. they're ready for another. >> today is the last day to enter. submit your photos by 5:00 p.m. eastern standard. go to today.com and put your photo in. >> can i tell you a story that grabbed my attention? this is a great piece of video.
a toddler who had to hand flowers to the queen. guess what? had a royal meltdown in front of the queen and prince philip. he has at a ceremony for the troops. this is the queen. behave. >> don't make me do this. >> this is one of those things if you are a parent and even this mom said, he was ready. of course, minutes before the queen walks up. >> is that the mom? or a national guard handling? >> she is also a mom. and dad. she is trying to. and part of the angst that you have as a parent, you feel judged for how you react. you have to stay to stay xocool. >> look at the prince backing off. >> he never does this. speaking of meltdowns. we have a question for you. can you dry on demand? >> oh, gosh. >> have you had to do that? >> some days yes.
and some days no. we had this little girl on and was incredible. we were shooting a scene on a plane. there she is. her name's taylor young. they would call action. and she would start bawling. not pretend bawling, tears. very, very real. so much that i want to stop the scene and comfort her. and they say cut, and she would go, can i have a water? totally fine. honestly. she's incredible. >> that's hard to do. and to not let it linger. you have to tell yourself something sad. >> i have to pace in circles and play weird mind games. >> what a cutie. coming up next, we're going to talk about a video that will blow you away. this little girl is swept off her feet. she's okay. but we've been talking about this one all morning long. >> just halved. >> we'll have the story. we said she's lots of wrinkle creams believe the more mysterious they sound, the more... powerful you'll think they are.
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welcome back to "today's take." our guest co-host, mr. ryan eggold of "the blacklist: redemption." this wendnesday, it was windy. tract tractor-trailers blew over. check out madison gardner, in a suburb of cleveland. mom's getting out. let her go to the door. she grabs the door and, wham. >> she hung on the whole time. >> she holds on. >> madison's mom says she wasn't injured at all. >> is she holding a phone? >> she does not let go.
one hand. oh, man. >> you're right. >> that's like a stunt double. >> one hand. >> that's impressive. >> never take a phone from a toddler. i'll tell you that. >> that is not millennials. what do we call that generation? >> i don't know. >> they can hang on to doors. >> and they're so used to just holding the phone with one hand, they develop that strength. >> they've grown so strong. >> look at that. i love that she laughed about it afterwards. my kids would be, can i do that again? >> if that's a ride at disneyland soon. >> the windy door. >> like the teacups, updated. you go to somebody's house. what's the first thing you notice when you go in? >> when you walk into a home, do you judge? even subconsciously? apparently people do. i will answer it for you. according to the survey, these are the most common things.
first thing people notice, the artwork on your walls. and books. whether you have any. >> agreed. >> you think? >> i don't know. that's not the first thing i look for. >> art on the walls? >> if they have the dogs playing cards, i'm in. >> you can judge a lot about a person from the art on their walls. a lot of people don't have book shelves. if they do, they're in the rooms. that was a centerpiece, right? >> i love books. >> the books that i've read. i don't know why i did like that. >> and opera. >> it makes me smart. >> yes. >> we need glasses. >> i have glasses and a beard. >> i never read them there, either. >> sheinelle's real voice. >> you walk in -- >> it smells. >> if you smell a cat. >> if you walk in to somebody's home that doesn't smell good, you want to walk out. >> when you walk into somebody's home and they got a cat walking
on the kitchen counters, i'm out. especially if i'm there for dinner. >> no. stay on -- >> can they offer you some finger foods. >> keep the cat on the floor. >> this one, i think is true. messiness and clutter. >> let's not judge. >> i'm not judging. >> some people work 14 hours a day every day. no time to clean up. >> is the house a little -- >> the place is a little messy. i'm not going to say who. a friend of mine. >> i believe it. and color on the walls. people judge that. >> a red wall -- >> that's people's taste. whatever they want. >> i have a cheetah print wall. >> oh. >> to spice it up. >> very nice. >> and a velvet elvis. >> exactly. come on in. yeah. let's check out your weather.
see what we've got for you. this snow is moving out. maybe an inch and mostly on grassy surfaces. no problem. we have another system coming saturday through sunday. that will stay to the south of new york. and basically, into the mid mississippi river valley. then, we're watching this nor'easter possibly developing monday night into tuesday. low pressure forms over florida, as it makes its way up the coast. it draws in the moisture out of the atlantic. as it continues, it will pull out cold, arctic air from canada. you put it together. you put together ocean air, arctic air, and you have the recipe for heavy snow. right now, looking interesting. we remain in the 50s and we have managed to climb from the lower 50s to upper 50s. south bay, 58 degrees. we're seeing hazy skies and patchy fog. 57 already in the tri-valley
area. san francisco warming up nicely at 56 degrees. the east bay at 58. 54 for the north bay. over the next couple of hours you'll notice an increase in those temperatures and also peeks of sunshine as we head into the afternoon. >> now, that's classy artwork right there. that's it, baby. >> exactly what you're talking about. >> yes. >> all we need are the kids with the big eyes. >> that's true. up next, our freebie friday give away. fans standing in the slush waiting for a chance to win. waiting for a chance to win. you ♪ [one is the loneliest number that you'll ever do] ♪ nobody likes a dog with bad breath. that's why there's oravet dental hygiene chews. oravet's dual action approach cleans teeth and gets to the underlying cause of bad breath by blocking bacteria to help prevent plaque and tartar.
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>> we're taking the table, too. >> free table. >> from the "today" show. i looked at this laptop. it's nice. >> can i run off with this and steal this one? >> you would probably fall on your heinie. >> a little brisk. >> a little chilly. all right. >> my goodness. >> i don't know if i'm dressed for the occasion. >> my goodness. ♪ >> so much excitement. >> okay. yeah. i'm like -- just so we can go back in. let's do this. >> all right. >> good morning. how are you? wait a minute. come here. what did you just say? >> i'm 40, baby. >> happy birthday. guess what? she just said, i love you, "blacklist." that's your name. >> thank you for coming in the snow. you just got yourself a laptop. okay, ryan. your turn.
okay. wow. one more. one more. how are we doing? >> how are you? where are you from? >> charlotte, north carolina. >> don't you love the show "the blacklist, kw blacklist"? say hello to ryan. you go home with a new laptop. >> al, what's going on for your fans at home? >> everyone at home has a chance. some have a chance to win. we're giving away three more h.p. specter x360s. you go to today.cofacebook.com. she dressed leading ladies like kerry washington and sarah
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good friday morning at 9:26, i'm sam brock. last night parents in santa clara called police about their own son. now the police response and escalation led to his death last night. police say it started when one of the victim's parents called them saying their son was acting erratically. they did not specify if the man was armed or how it evolved but they first use aid nonlethal approach, taser, before using deadly force. we're told all santa clara police officers wear body cameras but it's not clear if the one worn last night was working during the shooting. an oakland police officer is expected to be okay after his
cruiser was involved in a traffic accident. we reported it earlier live on "today in the bay." this happened on broadway near 51st street. we spoke with police there. apparently the officer was trying to make a traffic stop and in the confusion, another car collided with his cruiser, which then struck a light pole. the officer suffered a cut to his head. he was taken to the hospital for observation. the other driver involved did stay on scene. police eventually allowed him to leave. it is your friday morning and coming up, we have a beautiful weekend in store for you. we'll have your weather right after the break.
the quick check of what we can expect. your highs for today, 73 in san jose. highs will remain in the 60s along the coastline, but overall we're expecting a nice kickoff into the weekend. mike? >> looking for a nice ending toward the morning commute. look how light the traffic is. this is typical of a friday, or at least ideal for a friday. slowing for oakland 880, no major issues. the oakland side of the bay bridge, the toll plaza, no reason for metering lights. a smooth, easy drive off the shore freeway. about 11:30 is when folks start to head into san francisco. back to you. >> mike, thank you so much. that will do it for us. we'll be back in 30 minutes.
welcome back to "today's take." our celebrity co-host, mr. ryan eggold. and it's time to take you behind the celebrity trends with a woman who has dressed some of the biggest stars. erin walsh, the go-to stylist, for a-list clients. including kerry washington. and "sex and the city" star, sarah jessica parker. and maggie gyllenhaal. >> erin is here with celebrity-inspired looks. how are you doing? >> good morning. how are you? >> our first model, is lovely sheinelle jones. >> got a little show here. wow. >> she loves kerry washington. >> i do. i do. >> for you to outfit sheinelle,
is a dream. >> what we were doing with sheinelle here is, for me, white is kind of this moment on the red carpet that's a reset moment. from red carpet to reality, you see so many little black dresses, right? this is a better way to be scene in the room the and you remember those moments more. there's a reason why brides wear white. >> we need to see a little spin move. >> look at that. >> she has the ruffles going on. >> you dressed kerry for the s.a.g. awards? >> she did. she wore off-the-shoulder white, as well. budget-friendly options for the stylekeeper. >> can't bet it. the shoes are forever 21. >> can i sit down now? i feel more comfortable. >> you acted with tony gold wwy. >> my scene. >> that was a moment. >> stop, you're getting my hopes up. just stop.
>> i can't stop. i won't. >> i'm not a toy you can play with. >> thank you. this was fun. >> can we do a "blacklist" scene? >> that would be fantastic. >> that's next. >> let's bring out our remaining models. first, emily. talk about texture and shimmer. >> i think on this spring runways, number one, emmy is a colleague of mine. thank you for doing this, emily. on the spring runways, you saw a lot of embroideries. this is a dress by zara. tre friendly for your wallet. but it's sequins and it's dressy. but it's also a t-shirt. comfortable and not going to be a problem. if you get the texture from head-to-toe -- >> supercomfy.
i would like the sparkle more. >> and when do you splurge? this is perfect. i'm going to spend money on this or that? >> i think something that you think is going to last you a long time. trends come and go. we're talking about trends today. >> should it be a classic piece? >> i think my grandmother told me to invest in accessories, like a nice handbag or shoes. those shoes are a good piece. or a hat or a wig. >> or a wig. >> what are you saying? >> why is she looking at me? we're going to talk about ruffles. the skirt is l.a. and xacompany. >> i work with them. they're lovely. and the prices are so fantastic. and the options take them from day tonight easily. i love this skirt. it's a wrap ruffle skirt. like in the top that you're wearing with the ruffles.
i would not pair the wonderfrufd the jacket and those shoes. >> i think in mixing stripes all over the place, that's a spring trend. easy to do in your wardrobe. >> what hemline is that considered? >> that's asymmetrical. wrap skirts, you have an asymmetrical open. >> this side of the leg is okay for all of us. >> one thing i want to say, is we're talking about trends today. but to me, style is how you present yourself to the world. it's not what you're wearing but why you're wearing it. how you want people to see you. erin, thank you so much. up next, al, what are you --
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whisk those together. >> i'm whisking. >> faster. faster. that's it. >> clockwise. >> i'm whisking away. >> now, what you're going to do is cut up this bread boat, which we've had our food team do that. >> precut. >> precut, as it were. >> that's good. you take the center out. just like that. now, on a foil baking sheet. and pour that in there. >> this will get a little messy. >> it will be fine. >> perfect. excellent. that's perfect. >> i like it runny. >> it's a breakfast boat. man overboard. we add this together. and you can come up withtopping.
>> like a baked potato thing. >> you put this in the oven at 350, for 15 minutes or so. and you have this lovely bread boat. >> delicious. now, we're going to come up and make a few french toast sticks. >> your whisking skills, sir? >> i'm pretty good at it. >> start whisking. >> whisking away. >> while you're whisking. i'm going to reach other here. sheinelle, help me whisk. we did the bagpipes thing. >> it's like the movie "ghost." >> i always wanted to be just right here with you, al. >> a little butter goes in. some vanilla. and some cinnamon. now, once that's all whisked, you're going to take some bred, nice, thick bread, and slice.
one, two. once you're done -- >> it could be better whisked. we're close. >> you are going to take some tongs. put them in. and you put them on a buttered -- >> that was b-minus, at least. >> you're going to put that in the oven. 350 for about 15 minutes. halfway through, you flip them over. and you have cute bread stick fingers. >> don't give any to sheinelle. she gave me a "c." >> this is yummy. >> try the efforts of your labor. >> here we go. >> this is fantastic. "today" food and tas can i are bringing a new line of coffee. we'll suggest the perfect blend for your taste buds. for details on the coffee and the recipes, go to today.com. >> fantastic. >> you want to learn how to
cook. >> one bite for sheinelle. >> thanks, ryan. let's check your weather. frigid conditions tomorrow. strong storms developing through texas. look for snow in the mid plains. wet weather in the pacific northwest. sunshine from the rockies into the southwest. and sunday, sunday, record lows throughout the great lakes into the mid-atlantic states and the northeast. more snow developing across the plains. wet weather through the southeast. that's the beginning of low pressure that may cause a nor'easter by the beginning of this next week. and look at the four temps in the 50s kick us off on this friday. san francisco, right now 55 degrees. it's cool and mild at the same time because of the hazy skies. over the next couple of hours you'll notice an increase in the temperatures. san francisco expecting a high of 65 degrees. san jose, 73.
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the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> what better way to get you in the mood for the weekend than with a song from global singing sensation, starley. >> her single "call on me" has 300 million streams. and earned her aspot on the billboard hot 100 chart. >> she will sing it for us in a minute. congratulations to you. >> thank you. >> i love the back story. i think someone at home can be inspired. you wrote this song when you were on the verge of giving up your career. >> i was a song writer. and it wasn't working out. i had to move back to my parents' house. i wrote this song just feeling at my lowest point. >> look at that. >> how has your life changed since this song has hit it so big? >> really dramatically. i don't have a life anymore. that's first. but i'm really enjoying it, just seeing other people react to the song and how it makes them feel.
that's a cool thing to know when i was feeling a certain way, other people can relate to that. >> awesome. we're going to take your mic so you can perform. >> starley "call on me." ♪ ♪ ♪ when you're low and your knees can't rise ♪ ♪ you feel helpless and you're looking to the sky ♪ ♪ some people would say to accept defeat or not ♪ ♪ if this is fate we'll find a way to cheat ♪ ♪ 'cause oh, oh, oh we say a little prayer ♪ ♪ but oh, oh, oh the answer isn't fair ♪
♪ you know you can call on me when you need somebody ♪ ♪ you know you can call on me ♪ when you can't stop the tears from falling down ♪ ♪ hey, yeah you can call on me ♪ ♪ call on me, darling ♪ you can call on me you can't stop the tears from falling down ♪ ♪ hey ♪ down ♪ when you're weary and your road is dark ♪ ♪ and i'll guide you with the beating of my heart ♪
♪ and if the calvary and the help don't come ♪ ♪ we'll find a way to dodge a smoking gun ♪ ♪ 'cause oh, oh, oh we'll say a little prayer ♪ ♪ and oh, oh, oh if the answer isn't fair ♪ ♪ then call on me you can call on me ♪ ♪ when you need somebody you can call on me when you can't stop the tears from falling down ♪ hey ♪ ♪ down ♪ you can call on me call on me, darling ♪ ♪ you know you can call on me ♪ you can't stop the tears from falling down ♪ ♪ hey ♪ down ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah
down, hey ♪ ♪ when you need someone just call on me ♪ ♪ you need somebody to cling to when you call on me ♪ ♪ somebody to dry your tears when you need someone ♪ ♪ just call on me call on me ♪ [ cheers and applause ] "call on me." that was amazing. woo hoo. >> how great was that? >> that was great. >> thanks to our -- can you show us that move? >> that's right. >> yeah. >> i'm so glad you didn't give up your career, girl. that's fantastic. >> we're back in a moment. but first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪
hanging out with us. >> thanks for having me. >> i have to go to work. >> he needs a power noap. >> look who i have here. i can't wait. we have brie larson, luxe for less. and we have andy grammer. >> you're enough. >> most importantly. >> that's cool. >> it will be fun. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> we have big baby news. i can't wait to talk about that. >> babies all over the place. >> trt: 33
along the coastline also seeing some patchy morning fog as well at 65 degrees. we'll stay dry and warm for the next several days. here's a quick check of what you can expect as you head into saturday and sunday for san francisco and inland areas. mike, how are the roads looking? >> they're looking like friday. it means a light flow of traffic. overall, it means the morning commute eases up early on. in the south bay a little slowing for north 87 into downtown. no problems. over by sjc for northbound 101 and late slowing west 237 off 880. dublin, we haven't had a major problem westbound for your commute. that's bren a great morning commute. getting out of the area as well. happening right now, we're following breaking news out of the north bay where san rafael firefighters are on the scene of an apartment fire with possible injuries at 215 bayview apartments west of highway 101 near albert park. the department just tweeted out
a picture saying they have extinguished the structure fire. rick boone is headed that way. he'll bring us a live report at 11:00. an oakland police officer recovering this morning after his cruiser was involved in a crash that closed down a portion of broadway. more news coming up in 30 minutes. test
from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1 arks in rockefeller plaza. >> oh, yeah. friday friday. march 10th, 2017. i'm jenna bush hager in for kathie lee and hoda if it's possible to be in for two people and i'm here with singing sensation, andy grammer. can we pump this music up, please? i love this music. he has five hit