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we'll be back with an update in 25 minutes. >> also, nbc bay area news at 11:00. following that amber alert. good morning. good morning. swept away. >> holy mackerel. >> a powerful flash flood rips through a popular swimming hole in arizona. at least nine people killed, one man missing. the frantic search for him with more torrential rain on the way. new low. president trump's approval rating sinks to 36%, the lowest of any president in recent history. why he's calling that number not bad, as former vice president al gore joins us for an exclusive live interview, his take on the russian meddling scandal, washington gridlock and why he is calling president trump reckless when it comes to saving the planet. hearing of the century?
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o.j. simpson's highly anticipated meeting with the parole board just days away and due to overwhelming interest, it will be broadcast live. this morning, the scorecard that will determine if simpson stays behind bars or walks free. all those stories plus living on the edge. more homes at risk of being swallowed by the massive florida sink hole. a runaway boat creates chaos. >> whoa, whoa, whoa! oh, no! ♪ standing in the hall of fame and roger on a roll. >> yeah. the match. good on him. >> roger federer wins his eighth wimbledon crown. so, what's he going to do now? join us right here, "today," monday, july 17th, 2017. >> from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning, everybody. welcome to "today." thank you so much for waking us
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up with us on a monday morning. we've got willie in for matt, good morning. >> good morning. good to be with you this week, savannah. if you're celebration, your social media is any indication, your interview with roger federer is going to be a hard-hitting cross-examination of the wimbledon champion. >> there may be a few lobs in that interview. we'll talk to roger federer in a moment. we have a lot to get to this morning. let's get to the developing story in arizona, where there are new flooding fears following that deadly flash flood over the weekend. nbc's miguel almaguer is in pason, arizona, with more. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. the locals say the water came out of nowhere, this entire area was cascading. it was only a fraction of what it was when it was rushing just over the weekend. >> oh my god it's coming right at us. >> reporter: the summer day on the verde river turned deadly in minutes. >> holy mackerel. >> reporter: an extended family of 14 hit by a sudden wave of
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water. a river of dangerous debris, fueled by a monsoon, gushing into the cold spring swimming hole. >> the flash flood came through and washed 14 people away from the camp. >> reporter: nearly an inch of rain fell in just over an hour, turning what is normally a gentle creek into a raging river, carrying a catastrophic wall of water, mud and debris. >> they lost ten people. >> reporter: dissa alexander was hiking with friends when the flood hit. >> the water was calm and then literally like 20 seconds later, like no warning at all, the water just started rushing down. >> reporter: four people were rescued. nine others ranging in age from 2 to 60, were killed. many of the victims part of the garnica family. >> this is my brother. and his son. he has to be found. he has to be with them. >> reporter: the family is
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overwhelmed. >> you can see him there. and he told us he was pulling my nephew. but he let him go and it's not his fault. >> reporter: this morning, first responders will be back on the ground and in the air, searching for miguel garnica, a young father. flash floods aren't uncommon in arizona this time of year. but this one is different. the rain hit ground scorched by a wildfire in june. the land stripped and bare. mud and debris becoming a torrent in one of the worst flash floods in arizona history. another look from our drone shows what the concern will be later on today. there is big worry with more monsoons coming in, this creek will once again become a raging river. the rescue effort will continue later on today. first responders will be in the air and on the ground searching for that one missing person.
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back to you guys. >> our thoughts are with them. miguel, thank you very much. this morning a start of while on the hill, senate republicans are dealing with an unexpected new delay in their fight to replace obamacare. we'll talk about it all with former vice president al gore in a moment. but first, peter alexander is at the white house for us. peter, good morning. >> reporter: hey, willie. this week hitting his six-month mark as president. his personal attorney is in overdrive in the wake of the unrelenting headlines about donald trump jr. and the meeting with russians pitched as a download on dirt about hillary clinton. all of it taking a toll, now, on the president's standing. with the president back in washington, it's his legal team doing most of the talking. on donald trump jr.'s russia meeting. >> the meeting and what took place at the meeting based on all the information you just said is not a violation of any
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law, statute or code. >> reporter: private lawyer jay sekulow arguing nothing about the meeting was improper. >> i wonder why the secret service if it was nefarious why did the secret service allow these people in? >> reporter: in a statement the secret service says donald trump jr. was not a were protectee in june 2016. mr. trump's outside counsel deflected when asked if any russia meetings are still undisclosed. >> none that i know of. i represent the president of the united states. but donald trump jr. said not in the context of formal meetings. >> reporter: top democrats remain skeptical. >> we can't accept anything don jr. says and of course we can't accept much of what the president says about this either because he has a similar record of not being forthcoming when it comes to russia. >> reporter: mr. trump's latest performance review unflattering. his approval rating falling to 36% the, lowest level of any president at this term since shortly after world war ii.
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the president insisting, almost 40% is not bad at this time. again, trying to shift the focus to hillary clinton and accusing the media of distorting democracy. on the senate republicans bid for a health care bill, another delay. no repeal and replace vote this week. this time following unexpected surgery for senator john mccain who is recovering after having a blood clot removed above his left eye, but needs to stay in arizona. with the margin of error so slim, republican leaders are postponing the vote until his return. >> there are about eight to ten republican senators who have serious concerns about this bill. and so at the end of the day, i don't know whether it will pass. >> reporter: the bottom line, some republicans now worry the delay will make winning the task that much more harder, with opponents beginning to capitalize on this gaffe. there's another theme week. this time it's made in america. aides say they'll celebrate the american worker, and they will showcase the products
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made state-by-state. and it allows them to talk about the rolling back of regulations. willie? >> all right, peter alexander at the white house, peter, thanks. former vice president al gore is with us now. he's out with a new documentary and book, "an convenient sequel." the follow-up to his oscar winning documentary "an inconvenient truth." we'll talk about that a bit later. first his take on the headlines out of washington. mr. vice president good to have you with us. >> good morning, willie. >> i couldn't help but notice as i was reading through your comments over the last several months that you were open-minded the day after donald trump was elected president. you went to trump tower and met with him in december to talk about climate change. you had hope he could be helpful on that issue. this week marks six months since the trump administration was sworn into office. how is he doing? >> well, our country is going through a challenging time, for sure. we have never had a president who has deliberately made decisions, the effect of which is to tear down america's
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standing in the world. starting with his withdrawal from the paris agreement. the climate crisis is by far the most serious challenge we face, but he's also undermined our alliances, such as nato, and hurt our standing in the world in many ways. so it's going to be -- the months ahead will be a test for the american people. we've got to get through this. >> when you sat in that room with him in december at trump tower, did you feel in any way like you may have persuaded him on the issue of climate change? >> i respect the privacy of the conversations i've had with the president. i will say that he was certainly tent a tentative, they were pleasant exchanges. i hoped he would come to his senses on the paris agreement. but i was wrong. >> have you spoken to him since the withdrawal on june 1st? >> no, i have not. >> what about russia, mr. vice president? this is an issue that has been a dark cloud over the trump administration going back before he was elected. what are you specific concerns based on what you know about the
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story? >> you have to start with the baseline facts. and sometimes get pushed into the background. the cia and all of the other u.s. intelligence organizations are unanimous in saying there was an unprecedented assault on our democracy, directed by russia, apparently ordered by vladimir putin. they illegally hacked into emails and other accounts and then weaponized that information in a very deliberate effort to try to turn the election toward donald trump. so, everything that's coming out now, i -- has to be seen in that context. and for me, i have so much confidence, as i think everybody does. and bob mueller, the independent counsel, it's great our country has a man like him that everybody can rely on, whatever they find out. i think people will have
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confidence in him. >> as you say, there was russian interference in the election. the question is, did the trump campaign have hand in interference? we have e-mails from donald trump jr. himself that shows he walked into a meeting with the pretext of getting information on hillary clinton from a russian attorney. do you think that they worked with the russian government to put the thumb on the scales of that election? >> well, the disclosures are the worse we've seen in a while. the best is to wait for bob mueller. i wish john mccain a speedy recovery. he said there is another shoe dropping from the centipede. there's going to be problems ahead with all of the leaks from apparently inside the white house. >> you're one of two living people on this planet who can appreciate what it's like to win the popular vote and lose the
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election. have you spoken to hillary clinton? >> i have. i suspect she will be fine. but our country, as i said earlier, will face some challenging months ahead. >> we have a lot more to talk about with former vice president, al gore. "an inconvenient sequel" will hit theaters soon. we'll talk to you in a bit. thank you, mr. vice president. savannah. >> all right, willie. thank you. a lot more to get to this morning. organizers call it a night of healing. hundreds of family, friends and community members gathered to remember the four men whose bodies were found last week on a farm in bucks county, pennsylvania. mourners prays, sang and lit candles. two men are charged with the murder. cosmo dinardo faced four counts of criminal homicide. it appears to have been a series
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of drug deals that have gone bad. now to a wild and dangerous scene on an indiana lake. ten people thrown from a boat, including the driver. leading to a frantic attempt to stop that runaway boat. here's nbc's morgan radford on the story. >> reporter: terrifying moments on indiana's lake gauge, when a day of summer fun turned dangerous. a 21-foot motor boing out of control, with no one behind the wheel. >> like a tornado, you're not sure where it's going to go. >> reporter: investigators say it started with dominique eppinger operating the boat made a turn, throwing all ten people on the boat into the water. four of them injured. officers later arrested eppinger. >> it was coming closer and closer to shore. >> reporter: after the accident, the runaway boat was speeding close to the shore. until conservation officer, jake carlisle, and two deputies,
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throw a rope around the boat propeller in an attempt to slow it down. the boat slams into a dock before crashing into the back of the patrol boat. the boat slowing down, enough for carlisle to jump onboard and regain control. >> you're not thinking. you're trying to get there in a safe manner as quick as possible. >> reporter: quick-thinking action that prevented a tragedy. for "today," morgan radford, nbc news. a delicate situation playing out in florida. a massive sinkhole swallowed two homes over the weekend. and two more dangerously close to the edge. nbc's kerry sanders is at land o'lakes, florida. >> reporter: if i had a better pitching arm, i would take a rock and throw it to the sinkhole.
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as we see from above, it looks deceptively shallow. on the surface of the sinkhole, there's debris, like fiberglas and other materials. but it's 50 feet deep. and it continues to go down. that's why it's so deceptive. this morning, the terrifying sinkhole that swallowed two homes near tampa, as a community in shock. fortunately, officials say hasn't gotten bigger in the last day and a half. residents, breathing a sigh of relief, but still nervous. >> that's not 100% guaranteed. >> reporter: this morning, two homes are gone, destroyed. five others remain under mandatory evacuation. authorities say the residents can go back today to recover belongings. >> 30 minutes a time, maybe an hour to get the items and come back out. that's safe. >> reporter: the sinkhole is
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massive. 225 feet in diameter and almost 50 feet deep. you can almost fit a 747 jumbojet down there. now filled with water and debris, it started filling up last friday. it began beneath a boat last friday. there's so many sinkholes in this part of florida, it's known as sinkhole alley. in 2013, a sinkhole opened up, taking this man who slept in his dead. and in this condo near disneyworld. officials say the residents were fleeing for their lives. the cleanup could take months. the emotional damage much longer. >> picture yourself leaving for work in the morning, like many americans do. and you come back and there's nothing left. >> reporter: the big question this morning is, has the sinkhole stopped growing? and geologists say they don't know. guys, back to you. >> that's a great look at the
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sinkhole. kerry, thank you very much. let's turn to al and get a check of the weather. >> you ever have anything good happen from a coronal mass ejection. >> that's a solar flare. >> i was thinking something else. >> al? we're trying to get us fired. we need this job. >> that's in western south dakota. because of all of the magnetic resonance going on, we get to see the northern lights. very neat. probably see it again tonight. look at the big dome of high pressure. we have another massive heat dome developing that's going to be causing big problems in the midsection of the country, right on into the end of the week. for tomorrow, it will feel like 100 in kansas city. over 100 in st. louis. nashville, little rock, dallas. and oklahoma city. and on into friday, we're
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looking at the possibility of a heat index of 113 in st. louis. all these cities and everywhere in between, it will feel like over 100. not only will it be hot, but a lot of moisture coming up out of the gulf, causing a lot of humidity. we're going to get to your local forecast in the next 30 seconds. even a coupe soup. [woman] so beautiful. [man] beautiful just like you. [woman] oh, why thank you. [burke] and we covered it, november sixth, two-thousand-nine. talk to farmers. we know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two. ♪ we are farmers. bum-pa-dum, bum-bum-bum-bum ♪ good monday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we begin with clear skies even at the golden gate bridge. no fog this morning and another hot day but we're coming down from high heat over the weekend.
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we'll still be up to 98 degrees in concord. livermore expect a high of 95. 89 in san jose. morgan hill 96. up to 96 today in napa. san francisco lower 70s there and 88 degrees in half moon bay. as we go through the rest of the week temperatures continue to cool off. willie. >> coronal something, something. is o.j. simpson about to be granted parole. a televised hearing this week. and why facebook founder mark zuckerberg has a few billion reasons to smile this morning. but first this, is "today" on nbc.
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of the car. we're hoping for his safe return. in the meantime right now check the forecast with kari. a little cooler today. yeah, and we'll feel the difference in in the temperatures especially along the coast. inland areas we're not going to have some record breaking heat but it's still going to be very hot and above average reaching 98 degrees. livermore 95. up to 87 degrees in san jose. palo alto 88. oakland 7 and 72 degrees in san francisco. over the next several days our temperatures will continue to cool off. the fog to the coast and the inland areas will be in the upper 80s for the rest of the week. an update on the roadways for mike. a slow drive across the san mateo bridge. i see slowing westbound, look ing over at the map you see the same area with the slowing for 92 and north 85 jammed up. that crash looks like it may have cleared or one of two crashes north 85. you are still very slow
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we're back. 7:30, monday morning, the 17th of july, 2017. good morning to all of you. nice to have you along. and willie is here for matt. while he enjoys the week off. hello, willie. >> hello, hoda. good to be with you. it's a busy morning. let's get to headlines. one person missing after a flash flood rushed through a popular swimming hole in arizona. at least nine people, including adults and children, were killed. four others were rescued. the region bracing for even more rain this morning. new issues impacting a possible vote on the senate. senate republicans health care bill. the congressional budget office was supposed to release its analysis today but that has been delayed and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell said
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there's not going to be any vote on the bill until john mccain recovers from his surgery, which he had on friday to remove a blood clot above his eye. and caitlyn jenner plans to make a decision to run for senate in the state of california, making aen announcement sunday during a radio interview. she says she plans to make the decision within the next six months or so. now to what will be one of this week's most watched events. o.j. simpson, who is serving time for a bungled las vegas robbery, is set to make his case for freedom to a nevada parole board. there's so much anticipation surrounding the hearing, it will be televised live. nbc's joe friar has had story. >> i'm sorry for what has happened. >> reporter: like he did four years ago, o.j. simpson will tell a parole board this thursday why he thinks he should be released from prison. >> i gave them my word i would try to be -- or would be the best prisoner they ever had here. and i think for the most part, i've kept my word on that. >> reporter: the hearing will be
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broadcast live, taking place in two locations. simpson will be at the lovelock correctional center in nevada, appearing video conference before a patrol board in carson city. it will factor in age of first arrest, history of drug and alcohol abuse and disciplinary conduct over the past year. during his 2013 hearing, simpson was deemed a low risk and granted parole on some of his charges. at the time, he told commissioners he mopped floors, in the prison gym, coached sports teams and umpired games. >> i advise a lot of guys and i would like to feel i kept a lot of trouble from happening by getting involved in conflicts. and some of the individuals here have had. >> reporter: simpson has served nine years for robbing two sports memorabilia dealers at a las vegas hotel. >> if it doesn't fit, you must acquit. >> reporter: the hearing has no connection to the acquittal of the 1994 murders of ex-wife nicole brown and her friend, ron goldman.
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one of the key figures was kato kaelin. simpson's house guest in 1994. we caught up with him over the weekend as he shot a commercial for a guest house rental company. >> i think for the crime he committed, he paid his dues. i think people think that, he paid over his due on that crime, and i think he will be paroled. >> reporter: if paroled, simpson could leave prison as early as october 1st. for today, joe friar, nbc news. >> we all remember the trial of the century, watching that on television. now the parole hearing of the century. >> and the d.a. who prosecuted o.j. simpson in this case said they believe they will get parole in this case because nine years is plenty of time for a robbery. that's one take anyway. >> that's interesting since that's the prosecutor. this morning, facebook founder, mark zuckerberg, has some reasons to smile. >> not only is his family beginning to grow, but his pockets are, too. nbc's thomas roberts is here with more on all of that. hey, thomas. good morning. >> good morning to you.
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yes, more than 2 billion people actively use facebook every month. as the website grows, so do the profits. with zuckerberg's status as one of the world's highest ranking billionaires now reaching even more greater heights. for facebook's mark zuckerberg, there's a lot to like this morning. at 33 years old, the billionaire just became the sixth richest person on the planet, pulling down a net worth of $66.7 billion affording to requesting forbes" latest rankings. coming in behind bill gates, amazon's jeff bezos, and warren buffett, among others. the social media titan, surging ahead by earning $3.5 billion in five days, after facebook's stock value soared last week. investors once again expressing confidence as social media's most famous ceo pushes the company in new directions. >> so let's do this. >> reporter: after taking facebook public in 2012, zuckerberg spoke with matt. >> there's no way when we were getting started, i would have ever thought that myself or any
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of the people around me, would be able to be a part of something like this. it's incredible. >> reporter: the billionaire is also preparing to celebrate the birth of his second daughter. sharing his first photo of himself and pregnant wife, priscilla chan, over the weekend. the pair standing on top of an alaskan glacier earlier this month in what zuckerberg calls one of his favorite shot. after his first daughter, max, was born in 2015, they pledged to donate 99% of their lucrative facebook shares to charity. in an interview with savannah last year, priscilla said their daughter won't be getting her own facebook account any time soon. >> she'll have to wait until she's 13. when she's old enough to have one. >> reporter: no special treatment for the daughter of mark zuckerberg? >> exactly. she has to follow the rules. >> over the weekend zuckerberg also shared photos from his trip to montana. the social media titan's road trip fueled speculation about a possible future in politics.
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but zuckerberg insists he's not running for president. >> uh-huh. >> we all know, they are never running for president. >> until they are. >> i'm so distracted by your doppelganger photo out there. this is an fsu mom. i was reading her lips, this is her son mat, see his face? >> we were wondering about that. >> that is a good-looking boy. >> it does look like you. >> i was distracted. >> thank you, thomas. >> where is the hoodie? you wear your hoodie for the zuckerberg stories. >> i had to retire it for today. i was going to be on set for you so i'm dressed up. >> bring it back next time. go over to mr. al. check of the weather. hi. >> let's look and show you the activity firing up around upstate new york. and we have a risk for strong storms. 5 million people at risk in the northeast, hail, damaging winds a possibility. a small possibility of a tornado or two. and out in the plains, scattered storms, wind damage and hail, as well. a weak frontal system pushing
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through will fire up this afternoon, bringing more storms to the interior section of new england, upstate new york and on into central pennsylvania. rainfall amounts from one to three inches. out through the plains. locally heavy rain in central new york, with upwards of two to four inches possible in some local spots. that's what's going good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. it's going to be a bright and sunny day and still warm in san francisco reaching the upper 60s to lower 70s. it'll come back down into the mid-60s for the rest of the week as the fog returns. inland areas go from 96 degrees today in the valleys to the upper 80s the rest of the week and we will continue on with the sunshine. while we will have another hot weekend on the way, expect it to heat up to 95 degrees by the end of the weekend. >> get the w >> get the weather anytime you need it. go to the weather channel on cable. >> thank you very much. just ahead, winter is back. the return of "game of thrones" and the surprise cameo fans will be talking about all day.
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have eight wimbledon titles. is it like children where you love them equally? or is this one special? >> they all feel different. i won the first one 14 years ago. it was so long ago, i don't know how it felt. it was a dream come true. this time, i came in as the favorite. and things were different this time around. i'm a father of four. it's crazy. it feels so, so amazing to be holding the trophy again. i wasn't sure if i would have a chance to win wimbledon. i made it now and history here winning my eighth. it's good times right now. >> that's what was so special about it. watching the moment you clinched it. you could see the joy and the reli relief. and there was a moment on the sidelines when it hit you, and the tears came a little bit. if you can take us through that moment, what it felt like inside to realize, against all odds, here you were, making history.
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>> i was an emotional moment. i was just so touched by my performance from the beginning to the end. and the crowd. i saw the boys for the first time coming out on centre court. and know how much centre court means to me. not knowing what was going on. and the girls were there, too. my wife was emotional. and it started to sink in, i was wimbledon champion for real. >> i hope you saw the video of your little boys. stars were born. they were making money faces. >> there was a moment with your opponent, marijuana marin cilic. it was clear he was having a moment where he was overcome by
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emotion. and every heart went out to him. and i wonder how you felt. you f you could see it. that was a situation, where i think it would be easy to feel bad or get distracted. how did you feel and what do you think about the pressure of the final matches? >> i think the pressure is brutal on the athletes. we underestimate how much is really going on, in terms of how to cope with everything. the good thing is i didn't see marin crying on the court during the match. i was told he had a blister on his foot. it's nasty. it hurts a lot. i think he was great. he fought hard. he's a nice guy. in the moment itself, i was focused and do my thing, not get too carried away. and focus on my game. i know it sounds egoistic.
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that's what you have to do in a final like this. >> that's the game face. i don't know if you've been informed, but i may be your number one superfan, not just because you're an excellent tennis player. but you seem to be a seasincered excellent sport. >> i've been told. thank you for your support. stwl i don't know if you know this, but my 2-year-old daughter, a little girl nailed vale, loves you really much. >> missed it. do it again. >> roger. roger. roger. roger. >> oh, my god. >> i want you to know -- >> she's a roger federer fan, too. >> it's in her dna. it's in her dna. i'm glad to see you holding the trophy. i want you to know i've been holding my tennis racket during this interview. >> oh, my god. great. thank you very much, savannah. >> he said your name. >> thank you very much.
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>> i wore red for switzerland. i put swiss cheese on my breakfast sandwich. it's a roger day. >> take the rest of the morning off. what are you doing from there? >> he's a great player. he's a great sport. that's why i admire him so much. and everyone on the tour loves him, too. >> i've never seen you quite like this. in all the years -- >> you know what? it's funny. they were saying, you were a dork around duran duran. that was 30 years ago. this is a crush now. >> this is a current time. and you're roping vale into it. let's check in with carson. besides the restraining order, what is next? >> i'm ordering a crane to pick her jaw up off the desk. how delta just everyone's got to listen to mom. when it comes to reducing the sugar in your family's diet coke, dr. pepper, and pepsi hear you
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back, now, with a feud playing out in a public place. carson is in the orange room with that story. >> we have a lot of tweets, guys. if twitter is good for anything, it's a good rant. and that's what ann coulter did on sunday, slamming and berating delta airlines, about a seat mixup that saw her booted. coulter made sure everybody knew about her seat change. here's the woman given my prebooked seat, before adding, delta spends all this money on aircraft, but then hired nurse ratchet at the gate. all this getting delta's attention. they respond, sorry you're not receiving the preferred seat. and additionally your insult about customers and employs are unacceptable and unnecessary. the airline saying coulter remained in the same row, just a
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good monday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. 7:56. we wake up to some bright sunshine and some quickly warming temperatures as we take a live look over san jose, hot and hazy. we're not seeing any fog as we look to twin peaks. high temperatures later today up to 72 degrees. some mid-90s had in the north bay coming down from the high heat yesterday. it's still going to be very hot in spots like concord, a high of 98 degrees expected today. in palo alto 88 degrees and 89 in san jose. morgan hill in the mid-90s. oakland today we'll see a high of 79 degrees. and over the next several days our temperatures will continue to cool off with some more fog in san francisco, inland areas from 96 degrees today to some upper 80s for the rest of the
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week. but a hot weekend ahead. let's see what's happening on the roads now with mike. we're looking at a smoother drive for most of the bay. a couple of key spots. the most severe northbound 85 approaching deanza still has traffic. heading to the bay bridge no major concerns slowing through the maze and we're looking to the san mateo bridge westbound across the bridge itself over to the high line. we continue to follow breaking news this morning. an amber alert issued just south of the bay area after an early morning abduction. chp issuing an alert from monterey county about 90 minutes ago. officers say a 1-year-old, you see his picture there, was abducted on main street before 5:00 this morning. he was last seen wearing a black and white shirt and gray pants. as for the car, the chp look in for a 1992 white honda accord similar to the one you see here. license plate 6-rgb-061.
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"today," monday, july 17th, 2017. ♪ >> i'm ready to jump-start this monday. are you guys ready? ♪ this is that ice cold michelle pfeiffer, ♪ ♪ that white gold >> lordy, lordy, look who's 40! >> good morning, kansas city. >> we've got three generations who want to meet the anchors. >> hi, savannah and willie! >> hallelujah. ♪ uptown funk give it to you ♪ cause uptown funk gonna give it to you ♪ >> so why did you come all the way to new york city. >> because best place in the world, right? ♪ don't believe me just watch >> they're playing our song, hoda. welcome back, everybody. nice so to have you along with us. love it. good morning. matt has the morning off. and willie, hi, there. >> we are very simpatico. let's get to the news at 8:00. president trump back at the
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white house this morning and the controversy over his son's russian meeting is only growing more intense. at the same time, there's a new delay to tell you about at the senate's bid to replace obamacare. let's get all of the headlines now from nbc's kristen welker at the white house this morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. the white house is trying to put the focus back on the president's agenda casting this as "made in america" week. but the controversial of that meeting that donald trump jr. had with the russians is overshadowing everything else. over the weekend president trump's attorney again flooded the morning shows to defend the president. in the wake of new revelations the meeting included a former soviet counterintelligence officer turned lobbyist. the president's attorney arguing why did the secret service allow meeting attendees into trur mp tower if they were so nefarious. this comes after six months in office and a new low. according to nbc news/"washington post" poll, 36%
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of americans approve of mr. trump's job performance. that's the lowest six-month job profl ratie inine inine inine ir a president going back about 70 years. even though 40% is not bad at this time, it's the most inaccurate poll around election time. there is new uncertainty in the new effort to repeal and replace obamacare. majority leader mitch mcconnell is delaying a preliminary vote this week after senator john mccain had an unexpected surgery to remove a blood clot above his left eye. republicans aren't sure they can get the 50 votes they need without senator mccain. >> thank you. now, to a deadly police shooting in minneapolis, that's causing quite a controversy with more questions than answers. this morning, new questions about what happened when a bride-to-be was shot and killed by police outside her home in >> she thought there was something bad happening. next thing i know they take my
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best friend's life. >> reporter: justine damon, the 40-year-old woman from australia, who was engaged to an american businessman, called 911 on saturday night, to report a possible assault nearby. >> there's people outside on the lawn. she's online with them. >> reporter: according to "the minneapolis star tribune," two officers responded to the call just before 11:30 p.m. pulling into the alley behind the home where damon lives with her fiance. damon wearing pajamas reportedly went to the driver's side door as she was talking to the driver, the officer in the passenger seat pulled his gun and shot damon. the officer's body cameras were turned off as was the car's dash cam. no weapon was found at the scene. her fiance and soon to be stepson weren't at home at the time. >> my mom is dead because a police officer shot her for reasons i don't know. and i demand answers. >> i'm heartsick and deeply disturbed. like you, i also have a lot of
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questions. i have a lot of questions about why the body cameras weren't on. >> reporter: the two officers involved are on paid administrative leave according to the bureau of criminal and mention. meantime, as the questions linger, a community mourns. >> very conscious, loving person. you wouldn't associate that with a gunshot in an alley. >> neighbors say she was a spiritual healer who led meditation sessions with dozens of others in minneapolis. television fans are remembering veteran actor martin landau who died this weekend. he rose to fame on the spy series "mission impossible," winning a golden globe. he won a best supporting actor oscar in 1995, for his portrayal of dracula star bella la gossi. he was 89 years old. we have a lot more ahead,
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the royal family landed here in warsaw a few moments ago. and prince george seemed to need some convincing to walk on the tarmac with his dad. they are already kicking off their tour heading for the presidential palace. a presidential welcome in warsaw for the royal family. prince william and kate, the duchess of cambridge, were touching down in poland. but all eyes are on the littlest royals, prince george and princess charlotte. the five-day tour after a busy weekend. will and kate watching roger federer make history with his eighth wimbledon title sunday. a win not worthy of one but three kisses from kate. and on saturday, polo with prince harry. the royal brothers raising money for charity. it's the second official royal tour for charlotte. the third for big brother, george, who is now 3.
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the toddler royals stole the spotlight in canada last year. george and his pony, charlotte and her balloons. and a play date for military families and their children. >> yeah? good one there. >> reporter: on his first tour to australia and new zealand, prince george charmed guest at the tender age of 1, and showed the world his cheeky personality. like those trips, george and charlotte will likely spend the days with their nanny, while mom and dad work. laying a wreath at a concentration camp, meeting craftsmen and watching shakespeare. and maybe another chance for george and charlotte to charm the world. and the palace tells us we will see quite a bit of george and charlotte, mostly getting on and off planes. there's no official play day planned. but, guys, we've been surprised before. it could happen again.
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>> it may happen again. kids, are you ready to trend? >> trend away. >> this is a big one. did you know that today is world emoji day. they did a little research. 60 million emojis are used on the facebook platform every day. you know which is the most frequently used? around the world, it varies. here in the u.s., this is the one the u.s. loves. the rolling on the floor laughing one. in italy, the kissing emoji. >> amour. >> for france, the winging emoji. >> it fits the stereotype for the country. >> it is what you think. i was wondering what you picked as your favorite emoji. al roker, which do you use the most?
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>> i use bitmoji, chi think is funny. i go with the sunshine. >> oh. that's how you sign. >> i would probably use the thumbs up one the most. hey, how are you? cool. all-encompassing response. >> is there another one? >> no. that's it. >> savannah, what's yours? >> i thought every day was world emoji day. but i like the prayer emoji. i hope. thank you. prayer emoji. >> that is. >> willie? >> i come from the roker school of social media. i don't use emojis but i like bitmoji. i will go with this guy right here. wait. there you go. >> yeah. >> by the way -- >> i'm emoji guy. >> that's so fun. >> that's perfect. >> what's yours? >> i was torn between the laughing one and this one. the baby one.
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>> i love the baby one. >> last year, the red wine glass would have been right there. >> the chugging one. how about "pop start"? >> we're going to start "game of thrones." i will avoid spoilers. season seven, broke the internet. ed sheeran. there's some dialogue. and the singer shared this selfie from the set, on instagram. another moment of fans took to moment and had issues with the hbo go app, the website, prevented people from tuning in. "star wars" -- the highly-anticipated movie "the last jedi," doesn't come out until later in the year. disney released the video. in it, the cast talks about the making of the movie and this includes the late, great carrie
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fisher. have a look. >> some of the stuff that happens, people will be, oh, my god. >> even though i think i know it all, they throw things at me story-wise. >> it's about family. and that's what is so powerful about it. >> fisher wrapped shooting "the last jedi" before her death. "the last jedi" hits theaters december 15th. you can watch the video on today.com. that's your "pop start." >> really quick. "the daly quick" is great. dashboard cameras aren't popular in the united states outside of law enforcement. after you watch this, you may want to put this in your car. a pair of insurance scammers are in the u.k. a woman is driving down the road and he backs in his bike there. that didn't happen. rams into the bumper. the woman, completely freaked
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out by what's going on. look at the guy. he comes out from the corner. i saw everything. she was at fault. i have a camera right there. and both these guys make a run for it. >> you're kidding. >> watch this part. the one guy runs to the right. and hey, this way. and he runs -- look at that. >> is that crazy? >> wow. >> unbelievable. >> i don't know how much dashboard cams are. >> the smoking gun. that was a good one. hello, mr. roker. >> hello, ladies and gentlemen. let's show you what's going on. tragic weather, that caused the deaths of folks in arizona. due to flash flooding. flash flood watches and warnings for a good portion of arizona. 6 million people, one to two inches of rain possible. that doesn't sound like a lot. once it gets funneled in the
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canyons and the washouts, it can cause big problems. those monsoonal moisture, the monsoonal rain continues in the southwest. severe storms in the northern plains. wet weather and severe weather making its way through new york and central pennsylvania. good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. a lot of sunshine in this forecast today. no fog near the coast. and we're going to see the temperatures in the upper 60s: low 70s in the interior parts of san francisco. it's going to hot again today in the interior. heats up again as we head into the weekend with low to mid-90s.
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>> al, thank you very much. a new series called "cutting calories and saving cash." it's about your relationship between food and money. the last blown budgets were dining out and buying groceries. the cost of food is the second biggest financial concern for american families behind health care. how can you feed your family without breaking the bank? we have joy bauer and jean chatzky to investigate. >> it's day one of cutting calories and saving cash. we're going to show you how to save some money while shopping for the healthy stuff. >> we prepared. we ate before we came to the grocery store. you do not want to shop hungry. and we made an old-fashioned list. mine is on my phone. >> i'm going to show you smart stuff to stock in your pantry and your fridge and a freezer so you have all of the things to make endless meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner and
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snacks. >> we'll show you how to get all of these thing at a good price. >> five must-have items for the pantry. beans and lentils. nut butters. whole grains. olive oil and vinegars. and sauce and soup bases. the nice part about beans and lentils. they're loaded with fiber. the brands don't matter all that much. pay attention to whichever one is on sale that week. that's the one you pick up. five must-have items for the fridge. first, dairy. next up, egg and egg substitutes. then, condiments and sauces. naturally flavored seltzers. and fourth, fruits and veggies. you want to pay attention to which fruits and veggies are in
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season. right now, you get corn on the cob for 50 cents an ear or less in the country. buries for $2 a container where normally they would be $4 or $5. and speak to your produce manager because they know everything. five must-have items for the freezer. frozen fish. frozen poultry. frozen veggies. frozen fruit, nuts and seeds. americans throw out $640 of food every single year. and a lot of that is produce that just goes by. fresh vegetables are fabulous, i love to take advantage of frozen vegetables because they're picked in the peak of ripeness. and all of the nutrition, the vitamins, the minerals, are locked in. in your freezer, you can use them at your leisure. what's the total? >> 100.94. >> we did well. using a loyalty card and using the coupons, we saved almost an
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additional 15%. >> you look like trouble. was that fun? >> so fun. >> this is good. these are the two pieces of the puzzle. we'll start with you, joy. what's your rule when you hit the grocery store? >> the first thing that organizes your shopping excursion is to remember this line -- never doubt my plan. hit the nonperishables first. then, "d" for doubt. dairy. my, the "m," meat. and lastly, produce. frozen and fresh. and the other thing to know, before you go grocery shopping, take ten minutes and make your menu for the week, specifically dinner. you want to make sure you have the ingredients to make the meals. check the grocery list and make sure everything is on there. >> what about you, jean?
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you said you paid 15 bucks on your excursion. how did you do it? >> we shopped for things at lower prices. and things to do, starting with joy's tips, is look at what's on sale that week. and load the coupons on to your loyalty card. our bill would be a lot for expensive, if we didn't pick the things that were on sale that week. you can use coupons.com. you can put it on your loyalty card. and finally, use -- >> what's up with that? why? is it the same price? >> it is the same price. but you've compared the self-checkout with the regular checkout, the regular checkout is full of items that they want you to throw in the cart. >> like the candy bar, the soda, the batteries, it adds up.
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and women buy 32% less impulse purchases. >> and you say look where you're going? >> yeah. here's a tip. >> what happened here? >> in all fairness, i have to say, i am really short. i was reaching for the hat hot sauce. i backed into it. after 20 years, there's no secret that i'm a klutz. cleanup on aisle three. >> they will be back tomorrow when it comes to saving time and your meals and shopping. coming up next, savannah, al gore on "an inconvenient sequel' and pushing to save the planet. and a history of "today." vice president gore is coming up
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next after local news.
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good monday morning. i'm sam brock. our breaking news this morning. the chp telling us within the last 20 minutes or so that the baby at the center of the amber alert has been found. the baby was found in san jose sources say. chp issued the amber alert for emiliano salinas. the chp says he was in the backseat of a car at the time. we spoke with the monterey county chp. they are not providing any details on the specific location where the baby was found or his condition. we also know chp was looking for a 1992 white honda accord, and we are told that that car has not been located.
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as soon as we have new developments,well bring them to you. mike inouye is has trouble spots. >> here you see on the map clearly highway 85 is the problem, northbound drags from the expressway. we have the details on both sides of the freeway. there's the slower drive. oakland also picking up the volume. we're seeing the flow from the coliseum into downtown oakland. back to you. >> a little late, but business as your back
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♪ good morning. 8:30, now, on a monday morning. the 17th of july, 2017. beautiful day on our plaza. a little steamy. a little steamy. a good, summer day the nice to have you along. and by the way, these folks aren't doing anything tomorrow, we have a reason for them to come back. chris stapleton going to be right here for a citi concert. >> i think willie filled in because chris stapleton is here. >> i'm a huge stapleton guy. he's going to be great tomorrow. >> can't wait. >> this is when we like to look around the plaza and find somebody with a unique sign. there's tons of them. we happened on this one. she says, i'll do a jump rope
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trick for the "today" show hosts. what's your name? >> allison. >> she will travel. give her some room. >> some space. >> go ahead. >> have some fun, allison. >> wow. >> whoa. >> allison. whoa. >> she's not done. >> yeah. >> excellent. >> you have to stand with us. great job under pressure. coming up, more with vice president al gore, a decade after his oscar-winning documentary, pushed the issue of climate change in the spotlight. he's out with a sequel. when it comes to something that impacts all of us, there's a long way to go. also coming up, "dunkirk" is coming up. we're going to talk with kenneth
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branagh about the buzz that "dunkirk" is getting. first, let's check the weather. >> looking at the week ahead, severe storms. and the gulf coast. flood watches and sunshine on the west coast. by the time we look at the midweek, sunny skies for the most part, and sizzling heat and humidity. scattered storms with the southwest. sunshine on the west coast. and end of the week, wet weather, strong storms and wet weather making its way through the southwest. very hot and humid, through the mid plains and the mississippi and ohio river valley. good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. it is still going to be a really hot day inland, but not as hot as yesterday. mid-90s in the north bay. concord expect a high of 98 degrees.
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livermore 95. morgan hill, 96. palo alto reaching 88 degrees. half moon bay, 68 degrees. low 70s in san francisco. our temperatures will be cooling down as we go through the week, especially for the inland areas in the mid 80s. >> get that weather anytime you need it. check out the weather channel on cable. al gore's documentary, "an inconvenient truth" won a couple of oscars. his work on the issue earned him a nobel peace prize. he is back at it again, with "an inconvenient sequel: truth to power." >> it is right to save the future for humanity. it is wrong to pollute this earth. it is right to give hope to the future generations. it will not be easy.
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>> vice president scogore, welc back. what has changed with the environment and the perception of the issue of climate change in that time? >> there's been two big changes, willie. the climate-related weather events have been more destructive and more common. in the u.s., we've had 11 once in a 1,000 year downpours in the last seven years. secondly, we have the solutions nop but there's so much hopefulness in this movie. people can be a part of solving the crisis by getting involved. use your voice on this issue. use your vote. use your choices. the truth is about the climate k crisis is still inconvenient. we need to be inconvenient for them. and actually push the right kind of policies. it creates more jobs in the process. >> i was watching the film. and you said over the last
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decade, you've been frustrated. you said you viewed it as almost a personal fill you'ailure that hasn't been codone. what do you mean by that? >> the large polluters, trying to pull the wool over people's eyes. but people are seeing through it now because mother nature has joined the debate. it's been unanimous in the scientific community. but mother nature is pretty p r persuasi persuasive. i went to miami on a sunny day, no rain. and i saw fish from the ocean swimming in the streets because it was a high tide. >> why is it this issue has been so difficult to sink in with people? you had over the years, behind health care and terrorism and jobs and all the things people worry about. those numbers are gone up. 45% of people in a new gallup
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pole believe that climate change is a big issue. why is it a tough road to ho? >> if you see a huturtle on a fence post, it didn't there get there by myself. they are trying to squeeze as much out of the business plan. it's a global issue. it's bigger than anything we've had to confront in the past. we quadruple the population. and the good news is, solar electricity and wind electricity, have come down so quickly in price. in many areas, it is cheaper. the batteries are coming down in price. solar jobs are growing in the u.s. 17-times faster than other jobs. we're seeing a surge in
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employment in the renewable sector. and the things we need to solve the climate crisis are things that need to boost the economy, as well. there's a book coming out the same day next week "an inconvenient sequel: truth to power." you just touched down. there's people that watched "an inconvenient truth" and said, we will reach the point of no return. your critics say, we're 10, 11 years after that and the environment is not lost. it's getting wra inting warmer. we're doing okay. >> regrettably sun damage has been done. major sections of antarctica have passed a point beyond which some additional sea level rise is inevitable. and we're seeing incredible
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downpours. this city was inundated during sandy, as the movie a decade ago predicted. and it happened years beforehand. but the other big change that i mention, is giving us a lot of hope. we just need to push these changes through. they'll create a better way of life for people across the u.s. and around the world. >> vice president, al gore. thank you very much. "an inconvenient sequel: truth to power." it's been a pleasure. thank you for being here. i'm among royalty. sir kenneth branagh, the star of "dunkirk." we'll have more on that. first, this is "today" on nbc. (man) hmm. what do you think?
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8:40 with one of the most highly anticipated movies of the summer already getting oscar buzz, "dunkirk." nearly 4,000 troops on a beach, surrounded by the german army. they must escape across 26 miles of the english channel and find their way home. sir kenneth branagh plays the officers in search of a desperate mission. >> it doesn't help us get there. >> they need to send more ships. the enemy pushes closer. evacuated the small vessels. >> small vessels? >> the boats for requisition. >> we need destroyers. >> small boats on the peach. >> not in these conditions. >> i would rather face waves than dive bombers. >> good to see you. i was anxious to call this an epic battle but it's an epic
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rescue. remind those who aren't familiar with the history. >> the british army were cut off. they were retreating from france. they end up on dunkirk, 400,000 men. and the german army surrounding them from the water. they were sitting ducks. this film is the shortest movie. and it's short so he can never leave people off of the hook. winston churchill hoped that 30,000 men would get back. 340,000 men were rescued in an effort to come get them. >> the word "dunkirk" evoked that ideal of fighting hard. christopher nolan, the director, you mentioned. i didn't think of it as a war
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movie as something that is unfolding from three different places, air, land, sea. and three different time periods. >> yeah. >> as an actor, you're doing your role. but you have a wider perspective on the events. >> it's one of the geniuses that he can work in two time frames. and he keeps you engaged. it gets you emotionally involved, as well. the point he made was they were so young. in is 400,000 kids trying to get back. and the interweaving of it meant that when you were making it, in chris' style, you have the real thing. if i'm standing at the end of that, to lure ships. >> the mole is a long pier. >> exactly. the jets that were subject to tidal pressures, there are 1,000 guys behind me and there were boats out there. >> you were at dunkirk. this was on the beach.
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>> a sense of what it would feel like, when you can stand there and see all of the people and home is just over there. and you can see it. it's very, very touching and tantalizing. it means that the kind of tension underneath the film and the adrenaline that he presents to it. and you can't help but feel. i don't know what you felt when you saw it. it's a white-knuckle ride. >> the nails are gone. and you are a very fine actor and we know you from your famous rolls but you're a director, as well. how does that approach a straight acting role? le the fact that you have that background as a director? how does that involve you in your performance? >> it's an incredible privilege to be an actor who directs. you get a chance to see how the director is directing. most actors don't. to see chris nolan was amazing. i learned about -- sports people
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do this. they slow time down. they are so good, somehow they can control the logistical elements. i would see the chaos behind him. but he was handling the microbit, the next piece of performance from me. he knew how to use his time brilliantly. if you're watching another director at work, it was a privile privilege. from an acting point of view, you say thank you so much. >> they're good multitaskers. and you're starring in "murder on the orient express" soon. >> yes. >> thank you so much. "dunki "dunkirk" opens on friday. up next, travel trends and tips, what you need to know before booking crui ase
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[ cheers and applause ] welcome back, everybody. if you're looking for adventure on the high seas or an all-inclusive way to experience different countries in a single trip, a cruise may be the way to go. today's ships are taking travel to another level. mark elwood is one of the contributing editors. i was surprised to learn that more and more people are taking cruises, right? this is growing. >> why wouldn't it explode when you have the convenience, uxluxy and convenience together. >> is this something that millennials are saying, i just buy a ticket and i'm off and running? >> cruise ships are trying to get millennials involved. they're bringing technology. saying this isn't your
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grandmother's cruise. >> you get on a cruise and it is kind of techy. what new things can we expect? >> princess is about to launch an amazing fit bit style gadget that can do everything. >> like what? >> into your room. you can pay anything. you can find each other on the ship, just waving it around. it is star trek-like. you can have them that they coordinator. they have a robot bartender. you can say, shake and stir, program. >> you talk about fitbit. i think of cruises, i think of blobbing out on the deck. but they're getting more health-oriented. >> you can indulge. a cruise is a vacation. but lines like ociana, have gotten into the fitness. jogging coaches and trainers. and there's also really high-adrenaline activities. on world caribbean, i took this
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skydiving simulator. >> what? >> and on carnival, a ride around the ship that you pedal around. >> pretend that someone wants to go on fun a week. what's the average cost? >> you want to allocate $1,000 if you want a good experience. it can vary. you obviously want to get good deals. but i give you $1,000. >> i was on a cruise and they opened up a midnight buffet. who would get in line at midnight. at 11:59, i'm thinking, why isn't this thing open? it's where foodies go. >> the luxury line is opening restaurants with the best sushi in america. thomas keller, a big chef, very
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famous. he has recipes. and you can take a whisky-themed cruise. you can indulge. >> when we think of cruises, we think of going to the caribbean and cruising around those islands. but there's other places you can go. >> the caribbean is one of the best. we're looking for freshness. now, cuba, a big, new december nation. it was hard to reach geographically. last year, lines were granted the right to sail to cuba. you can explore this culture. you want to stay around it. >> the idea is you get off, you spend the day and get back on. >> panama canal. nine years, $5.2 million. double the capacity of that canal. it means that larger ships can get there. it's a lovely bonus place in central america.
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>> if you're looking for good value and want to take the kids, what would you recommend? >> i would recommend, at the moment, alaska. alaska was a crowd loving scenery. now, disney is spending cruise ships up there. you can watch a "frozen" show. you have norwegian with a alaska-aimed cruise ship. great place. >> you have three takeaways. i want to lis them quickly. you say take a week instead of three days. >> uit's only on day phfive you never want to leave. >> and you said get a travel specialist. >> we have ones. they will get you the best deals. >> you said, arrive the night before. you think, i will hop on the
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flight. >> arrive the night before to relax on the day. >> thanks for the info.
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okay. we're back. let's celebrate, everybody. >> hey.
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let's spin the smucker's jar. hello to harry anderson of minneapolis, minnesota. celebrating his 100th birthday. served in the navy in world war ii. russell baker, 100 years old. a lifelong former of bend, missouri. served on the board of the electrical company for 25 years. happy birthday to lois of cape karl, florida. talk about a dream job. dan fisher jr. of chattanooga, oklahoma. he and his wife are about to celebrate their 66th wedding anniversary. arzella johnson, celebrating with family and friends. happy 100th birthday to eva
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mckenzie. she is a family physician for more than 40 years. you know somebody that is celebrating a milestone, tell us about it. >> awesome. >> we've got more on world good monday morning. our breaking news this morning, a 1-year-old baby abdeducted earlier in monterey county has been found safe in san jose. that information just in within the last half an hour from the san jose police department. that abduction triggered an amber alert for emiliano salinas who was sitting in the backseat of a car this morning. the child will be soon reunited
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with his family. chp telling us they are still looking for the 1992 white honda accord tied to the amber alert. happening right now, gathering details from the scene in san jose. we'll have a live report with your noon newscast. it's taken almost a year and a half, but work is finally set to begin this morning on a massive sink hole in mora ga. that's where thom jensen is heading. a heat advisory is over, but heat persists in many parts of the bay area. more news for you coming up in 30 minutes. for now, back to the "today" show. a sneak peek of her movie, "a
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wrinkle in time." >> it's world emoji day. we're celebrating with an emoji star. then we're serving up a taste of summer for dinner tonight and the doctor is in. find out if those strange symptoms you're having are normal or not. find out now. >> announcer: live from studio 1 a. >> welcome to today on a monday morning july 17, 2017. listening to make my love go by jay shawn. >> go where? >> i don't know. >> what does that mean? >> it's jay shawn featuring shawn paul. >> then paul mccartney is in it. i'm kidding.
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>> wouldn't that would be great and they state mrs. paul's fish sticks. >> i love fish sticks. >> the little packet to make your own tarter sauce. >> i did that for dinner last night. my wife won't let me do that. >> really. >> no. >> what did i have the other night? the ban ket meal. i was like these are so classically -- >> the links or patties. >> patties. >> did you have the tv tray? >> yes and you would sit in front of the tv. >> why are we talking about past tense? >> we have wood trays. >> mine are wooden. >> those kind of metal like a tin. >> i think i was eight -- no seven.
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for my birthday it was goqi bear. >> it was the set? >> yes. i don't think i ever sat at a kitchen table. >> because you wanted to sit in your tv tray. >> i whip those out when people come over. >> it's fantastic. >> speaking of strolling down memory lane. my mom came up this weekend. you never know what sort of surprises she's going to bring. >> she hands me this. the first thing that falls out -- >> have you seen this? >> no. >> my old bar by shoes. look at these things. >> they look like something you would wear now. >> then are all my old girl scout patches. i was in girl scouts. did the daziesers brownies. thz is predict or of my life.
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exploring foods. >> that's you. >> math whiz. >> so you. >> science which i loved. this is the best. it's weather. >> wow. >> amazing. >> what are the odds. >> how cool is that? i forgot -- i don't remember what i did to get these patches. it just goes to show you how girl scouts was such a hung thing in my life and the building blocks of my life. >> a real ahead of the curve as far as stem for girls. >> we were doing all these science and math things. >> it made me realize with your kids find out what they're interested in. did you like that stuff back in the day? >> i've always been fascinated by lab experiments. anything math related. then there was a turtle too. i don't think this was a girl scout patch.
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my nickname is stuturtle and i e a turtle tattoo. >> did you know she had a tattoo? >> no. >> where is it? >> no. >> maybe you'll come out of your shell and tell me. >> when al gets quiet, i'm learning where your mind is thinking. >> i lost the other shoe. >> no one else cares right now about anything you're saying until -- >> it's no place you can show us. >> no. i showed you. >> i guess we're not as close as i thought. how about you? >> i don't have any tattoos. >> i know you don't. >> i barely got my ears pierced. what where we talking about? >> your son. >> yeah. you have 0 some amazing weekend
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and yiep like let me show you what we did. we went to target. >> i have fun in target. >> so do my kids. we were in target trying to get life invests. my little guy comes up to me he's begging me for a toy. i'm pliek for your birthday you got a gift card you can get a too. want to see what he picks? >> sure. >> how does it go? >> a fart blaster. >> he needs a toy for that? >> just bring al along. >> i was going to say. >> i posted that this weekend. i was so surprised how many people have the blaster. >> why are farts so funny?
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>> they are. >> i can play you it from my phone. >> that was one of the weapons from the first despicable me. >> is that the updated whoopi cushion? >> i think so. i'm so tired of it already. i have three kids. it's like farts times three. >> this is how old i am. you could not say that word when i first started on television there was no way you could say that word. >> what fart? >> i couldn't say it growing up. i had to stay stinker. >> my mother would say ruffle the sheets. >> what? >> or poot. >> wow. network television. >> sorry. let's talk about your fancy weekend. >> we got a story coming up on
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thursday it's terrific story. the lead of hamilton in chicago and his wife they have a beautiful little girl who suffers from severe epilepsy. he's recorded this marvelous song written and recorded with some of his castmates called when the calm comes. we went to chicago to do a story on that. that's some of the cast members who sang that. just wonderful. the musicians were terrific. i got to do a little -- chicago is one of those great -- listen to this a little bit. ♪ la la la la ♪ >> nice. >> while i was there -- because chicago is such a great city and the lake shore is so iconic, i had some time. i did a bike ride along the lake
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shore trail. this is the trail. i also did a run. >> wow. >> it was -- i was able to get -- the weather was so speck lack lar. i tried to hookup with you -- >> my phone was in the bottom of the rag. >> you said any chance you're out enjoying the day. we were which was why my phone was in the bottom of my back. i was bummed. >> it was fun. >> it was a good weekend. >> we'll have that story. it will up lift you but kind of break your hearts. they're wonderful folks. >> did you get to see hamilton again? >> i did. >> for how many times? >> sixth time. >> share the wealth mr. roeker. >> dylan have you seen it?
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>> no. >> but you got a fart blaster. here's a sports update. roger feddererer winning wimbledon. >> i think roger deserves this. 35. >> tennis is a young man's sport. it's not like hockey. to win at 35 -- >> his record 19th win. won the australian open stealing the show his adorable identical twins milo and charlene are 7 and leny and leo on 3. >> to put them in white pants is impressive. >> kids in white pants
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unbelievable. >> venice williams not winning her match. >> she's still -- are you kidding me. >> she went far. >> up next guess who's back on the big screen? oprah. sneak peek of her new movie a wring k l in time. number 360 smart bed. let's meet at a sleep number store.
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we are back, now, with more of "today's take." and i never read this book. but it's a classic "a wrinkle in time." there's a classic children's book "a wrinkle in time." and an all-star cast and oprah. >> that's a good cam bombo. >> first trailer. everybody is waiting for this movie. the film is an adaptation of the science fantasy book. first published in 1962. >> let's take a look at it. >> a warrior. ♪
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>> you're going to be tested every step of the way. ♪ >> trust nothing. darling, time for dinner. are you lost? >> whoa. >> this is all over social media this weekend. when is it coming out? when is it coming out? it's a minute. it's like march of 2018. >> minute means a long time away? >> a minute means -- not really a minute. everybody is talking a about it so much. like, four weekends. >> the cast is unbelievable. >> mindy kaling. >> reese witherspoon. >> oprah. >> chris pines. and directed by eva duvernet.
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>> makes me want to read the book. i have time now. the movie is not coming out. >> march 18th. >> read it with high schoolers everywhere. >> we're not doing texting. >> we're not. moving on. weather. good idea. >> you want me to do it? >> not doing it today. you're here. >> that's right. can you do it? >> show you what we have for today. we are looking at moisture coming up out of the southwest. we had the deadly flash floods over the weekend. flash flood watches and warnings are up for arizona. today, 6 million people. one to two inches of rain. even though that doesn't sound like a lot. when it funnels into the canyons and washes, big, big problems. for today, more wet weather for the gulf coast. severe storms through the northern plains. also, wet weather and severe storms in the northeast and northern new england. good monday morning, i'm kari hall, our temperatures are
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already starting to warm up and it will be another hot day inland in spots like the tri-valley where it is 77 degrees now. for san francisco, 61 degrees with mostly clear skies, 67 in the east bay. temperatures in the city reaching to the upper 60s and lower 70s. inland areas will stay sunny, mid 80s the rest of the week. >> that's your latest weather. up next, are you 20-something and have gray hair or notice a black streak on your nails? the doctor's in to tell you if your symptoms are normal or (woman) when you have type 2 diabetes, there's a moment of truth. and now with victoza®, a better moment of proof. victoza® lowers my a1c and blood sugar better than the leading branded pill, which didn't get me to my goal. lowers my a1c better than the leading branded injectable.
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this something i should come in for or not will ease your anxiety? >> we start with one that a lot of people can relate to. >> drool on the pillow. >> what do you think? >> i think it's normal. >> it's normal. >> it's right here. >> they told us this beforehand. drooling on your pillow is normal, especially if you leap sleep on your side. if you lay on your back, you will swallow. some things that will contribute to this, rhionitis. you tell people to sleep on your back. but a lot of people are not comfortable. >> a creepy crawly feeling on your skin. >> one explanation for this is a condition that is uncommon. it is unexplained. experts aren't sure what causes it. i want to add that in addition to creepy crawly, some people
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can feel a painful feeling in their skin. that can be neuropathy, who is a nerve disorder, a nerve problem called a neuropathy. >> here's another one. a black vertical streak on your nails. >> nail changes are a window into underlying health. vertical ridges are considered kwis no quite normal and can occur with ages. horizontal ridges can indicate a medical season. a black line in the nail can be a serious sign called melanoma. not the most common but the deadliest of skin cancers. this should be evaluated by your doc, if the color change is more
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at the nail bed. that would indicate it's growing. >> this one, expressed some interest in. >> what is this? >> gray hair at 25. >> now, i'm almost 40. >> well, graying in normal. we're all going to gray. then, there's a thing called premature gray. is it normal to gray in your 20s? it has to do with genetics mostly. but also race. caucasians gray earlier than african-americans. if you're graying around 25, you can thank your parents and grandparents. it's likely due to genetics. the pigment that produces melanin decreases as we get older. >> i can rock it. this is a good one. a white tongue. >> the answer is, sometimes it's normal and sometimes it's not. and when it's normal, it can be
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from dry mouth. usually, if it goes away after about two weeks, it's not abnormal. if you have whitish -- i know this sounds unsavory. but cottage cheese or plaque on the tongue, and you scrape and it bleeds, that can be a condition called thrush. people with diabetes or on prolonged antibiotics can have this. a white tongue, not a sign of anything serious. but if it's prolonged and lasts a couple of weeks, you want to see your doc about it. coming up, it's world emoji day. what better way to celebrate than with one of the stars of the emoji movie, sir patrick stewart. he they say glory awaits at the finish but what about the start?
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snowe ♪ ♪ good monday morning. breaking news this morning, a 1-year-old baby ash dubducted t early has been found in the last hour. it triggered a amber alert. the baby was found safe and will soon be reunited with it's family. chp is still looking for the car involved, a 1992 white honda accord. also happening today, long awaited repairs are starting for a sink hole that caused more than a few headaches for a year and a half.
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heavy storms caused a 137 foot sink hole to open up. the cost to repair that just kept ballooning. repairs are expected to take more than two months to finish. >> and google proposed a massive development and it is creating fresh concerns. they're grappling with how to welcome google and the economic growth they will brink. their proposed office and retail center are available.
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good morning, i'm kari hall, as we look at the golden gate bridge, no fog this morning. the fog will return tomorrow. we'll take a look at the inland areas, hazy conditions and high temperatures up to 89 degrees,
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95 in livemore, san francisco will see a high of 72. cooler temperatures in the forecast for the rest of the week. let's go over to mike for a update on the roadways. >> a smooth flow of traffic throughout most of the bay. westbound 92 to the san mateo bridge. that chp just started pushing westward towards the highrise. no major problems, but northbound 280 at 808, a crash in the last ten minutes should be moving over to the shoulder in the center of your screen. >> mike, thank you, that will do it for us right now, more news in 30 minutes.
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♪ winking face. thumbs up. beating heart. emojis have been around since the late 1990s when they were developed in japan. >> but it wasn't until 2011 when apple gave emojis to the u.s. >> we're celebrating world emoji day with help from our smiley face friends. >> emojis, dominating the digital space and taking over our texts. tvs. >> i don't know what emojis say. >> winky face, french flag, pumpk pumpkin. >> becoming oxford's dictionary word of the year. >> welcome to the world inside your phone.
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>> they're set to take center stage as stars of their own movie. >> you're so handsome when you make that face. >> emojis are everywhere. >> an emoji is an image or a graphic that you can use in any form of online communication. >> dr. monica reardon, economist and professor at chattham university, is an emoji expert. >> when somebody texts us a joke and we text back the laughing, it helped build that relationship a little more. emojis are effective at helping to build and maintain social relationships. >> i use expressions when i speak. and i have little bubbles do it for me. that one. i do that one a lot. it symbolizes -- >> emojis, i'm not a big fan of. i'm the old crotchty guy. i don't want to have a secret decoder ring, trying to figure out what you were telling me.
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>> my favorite emoji that i use with my husband, is the monkey covering his eyes. i'm embarrassed to say this. i'm going to do this. >> because al roker doesn't use emojis, i'm going to wink at him all the time. i'm going to send him a wink emoji right now. >> and helping us celebrate world emoji day, one of the stars of "the emoji movie" sir patrick stewart. he is the voice of the infamous poop eemoji. >> everybody is working except for me. >> sweetie, that's not true. >> yeah. i'm going to work on the phone and i'm only 10. >> that's because i believe in you. >> should we wash our hands? >> oh, no. we're number two. >> sir patrick stewart, good morning. >> good morning. >> wonderful to have you here. >> thank you. thank you for the invitation. >> they're casting for their movie. they're thinking, we need
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someone perfect for the poop e moerj emoji. and your name tcomes to mind. >> would it instinctively come to mind? i would have a problem with that. it was an eternal prospect. >> and there were aspects that i can't discuss in public. >> did you know about these characters? >> i am a little naive about many things to do with technology. but the emojis, i was aware of, never used them. it is, in fact, this movie, that has encouraged my use of emojis because they have a language, which actually, they have images that can be more specific than words. >> what's your go-to emoji? >> well, now. >> yes, thank you. of course, dylan. we go to poop, don't we?
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that's our foallback emoji. >> our producer, before the segment, let's try to keep the poop talk to a minimum. >> they're such cowards, really. so uncomfortable about what might emerge. did i say something? >> i love it. quick. next question. switching to your birthday. you celebrated a birthday last week. happy birthday. >> it was a big one. kind of a big one. and my wife reminded me it was double good luck because it was my 77th. >> you look amazing. >> you're amazed, al. i'm amazed. i don't know what happened. i was 40 the other day. between then and now, something went wrong somewhere. but here i am. >> you clearly have kept yourself very busy. are you ever -- do you want to slow down? are you having fun on this ride?
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>> i am slowing down. i take more time off. i try to plan time off in the future. i am not doing jobs back-to-back-to-back. i always used to do. i mean, look at this gentleman here. he has been doing that part -- >> he likes us look lazy. >> i'm 83. >> you are not. >> one of the things -- you're a terrific actor. your voice is one of these things. you do so much voiceover work. what do you attribute that to? >> it could be my northern english upbringing. i spoke with a strong regional access when i was young. i spoke in dialect. i used different words than we use today. and i had to unlearn all of that. all in that process of flattening out one accent and developing another, this sound came out. >> i think it works. >> now, you can just use emojis. >> that's true. >> sir patrick stewart, thank
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this morning on "today food" we have chefs making the most of summer veggies. today, we have a sweet corn -- >> what? >> a sweet corn pudding. and a chili butter chicken. ryan scott is the executive chef and owner of thin town in san francisco. >> almost made it. >> that's so close. how do we make our sweet chili buttered chicken? >> chicken, lime, garlic, chili, a little anco. we're going to make a compound butter. hot water goes over the dry chilies. we're going to rehydrate the chilies. that goes over top of the chicken. >> how long -- >> just for a couple hours.
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that's fine. save the liquid when we're done. we rip up the chilies when we have here. the leftover waters, use it for chili. cumin. put that in there. and everybody was a little surprised, i'm taking garlic from a paste. typically, it doesn't work for me. you make this compound butter. you spray a little here. and you freeze the butter and you can put them on top of the chicken and in a pasta. let's marinade. parsley, garlic powder, cumin. take a spoon here, al. and salt and pepper, buddy. look at you, so natural. little salt bae go there. let this sit for anywhere
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around, i don't know, 24 hours. >> in the fridge. >> in the fridge. >> you will have a whole other segment we need a doctor for. >> where is dr. azar? >> marinate that in the fridge. before you came on, ryan, where is the skin on here? it's summer cooking. >> you could if you wanted to. >> i was at mr. roker's house, i would have skin. anytime, a grill or a pan, you add it and keep it away. otherwise, you have a nice tattoo marks. >> they're not popular, by the way. three to four minutes on each side. take the butter halfway. you want to talk about corn -- >> what are we talking about? >> that was a bad one. i tried. that's gorgeous. 3 1/2 minutes. >> moving on. >> the chicken, i didn't need a
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life. i'm using my fork. >> sweet corn pudding. if you have a butt pan at your house, you clean it like that. the corn is clean. here's a cup -- you can add that, too. now, we have onions and thyme. going to take this and raw corn. now, add cream. here's the thing, i took a box mix of cornbread. now, we're going to pulse this. i said something about the other one. >> you did. >> now, pulse. this is done. the pulse corn. in here, the monterey jack cheese. your neighbor, everything is in here. you got it all. now, the cornbread that is cooked. say it, sheinelle. >> yes. >> best corn pudding ever. >> oh.
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i didn't know there was water in there. >> i'm sorry. >> this is going to go in the oven? >> 350 degrees. >> there, you have it. >> amazing. >> so good. >> ryan scott, thank you so much. for these recipes, head to today.com/food. >> i have water in my eye. let's check your weather. for the week ahead, wet weather in the northeast, and gulf coast. and the flood watch in the southwest. for the midweek period, we're going to be looking at more sizzling heat, with the humidity starting to build up. look for wet weather in the gulf. and the end of the week, we are looking for some very hot, humid weather through the mid-ohio and mississippi river valleys. strong storms in the northern good morning, i'm kari hall. it will be a nice day in san
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francisco. up to 72 degrees. 88 degrees in palo alto. the further you go from the coast the hotter it will be again today. not as hot as yesterday. napa 96 in san jose. a high of 89 there and for the rest of the week our temperatures drop back to the mid 60s in san francisco. inland areas going from 96 today to 87 tomorrow. >> that's your latest weather. jay lacy, in a new show called "i'm dying up here." we day 13. if only this were as easy as saving $600 when you switch to progressive. winds stirring. too treacherous for a selfie. [ camera shutter clicks ] sure, i've taken discounts to new heights with safe driver and paperless billing. but the prize at the top is worth every last breath. here we go. [ grunts ]
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because the things you love the most can stink. and plug in febreze to keep your whole room fresh for up... ...to 45 days. breathe happy with new febreze. jake lacy's star has been rising pretty quickly the last few years. if you're a fan of "girls" you know him as one of the most popular love interests. >> now, he's trying his hand as a standup comedian in the showtime series, "i'm dying up here." here's a peek. >> excuse me, doris. would you solve something for us. if we tell you a joke, will you let us know who is funniest? >> who is paying? >> he is. >> she's the funniest. >> yeah. >> jake lacy, good morning. >> how are you? >> so, we're talking about
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comedy in the '70s. it's more of a dark show. >> we dive into the lives somewhat on stage and off, for the comics. in the '70s in l.a., there was an explosion of comedy, because carson had moved from new york to l.a. a lot of kids and hopes and some skill, wound up there trying to make it. we explore that world. >> it's set in the '70s. you obviously got into the -- those are your side burns that you grew? >> they said, grow out your facial hair and we'll do what we want. i got there. and they settled on the chops. >> that's my hair, and my chops. not my face. yeah. we were in l.a. my wife came out and visited. we went to a roller rink. thought that would be fun.
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and it was like -- i'm an actor. you have weird hours. we were skating around. she's like, i'm going to take a break. great. and it wound up being me and a dozen 10-year-old girls, as i -- me, still, just halfway like, yeah. >> full chops and doing little laps. the parents were slowly leaving their beer and pizza to eye -- >> that guy. >> i picked up on it. i'll probably take a break. probably get some water. a little stretch. >> you had quite an amazing -- i had the whole picture in my head. >> with a lot of angry dads. watching like, what's happening to my -- that's my daughter's birthday. >> they say it like that? goodness. >> "girls," "the office."
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has it sunk in yet? >> it's been a busy couple of years. i feel like the luckiest kid. if i can plan this, it would go this way. i got to work with people who i admired or i was a fan of or i watched before. and to sort of be like, hey, pick your favorite show. now, you get to be on it. and with this, it's like pick your favorite era, pick your favorite element of entertain outside of your own. i did standup one time in texas, while i was shooting a movie. >> was it terrifying? >> it was terrifying. one of the most fulfilling experiences because it went well. >> that's good. >> toot toot. >> it was lightsout, everybody. pretty cool. >> we have to go to commercial. you stay here.
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you can keep us laughing. >> great. >> did you just toot toot yourself? >> he did. >> i am dying up here" sunday nights on showtime. this is "today" on nbc. ♪ strummed guitar you can't experience the canadian rockies through a screen. you have to be here, with us. ♪ strummed guitar travel through this natural wonder and get a glimpse of amazing. with a glass of wine in one hand, and a camera in the other, aboard rocky mountaineer. canada's rocky mountains await. call your travel agent or rocky mountaineer for special offers now.
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a little feisty with jake. >> take us out, jake. >> i will pass. but i will probably take this to go. >> that's nice, right?
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expect all clear skies throughout the day in san francisco and the winds stronger this afternoon. bringing temperatures down several degrees. we'll be up to 69 degrees and some mid 60s tomorrow. it continues as we go through the rest of the week as the fog
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returns. nothing but bright sunshine and it will be hot today reaching into some parts of the valley 96 degrees. upper 80s for the rest of the week. looks like another hot weekend ahead. let's see what is happening on the roads ahead. >> much more green, even in the south bay, but northbound is still your slower drive. up to camden avenue. highway 85 has access traveling north, it just jumed up, approaching that scene. recovering from earlier crashes. the bay bridge still shows up and it will clear. back to you. >> thank you, mike. 9:57. an amber alert issued earlier this morning. family members reunited with
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their 1-year-old baby. gathering more information from the scene. we'll have a live report in the mid-day newscast. we'll get started this morning checking some traffic headaches coming up on our midday newscast.
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. hey, everybody! happy fun day monday. >> oh, yes. >> it's the 17th of july. hope you had a fantastic weekend. turned out to be beautiful here. >> sun-splashed as we like to say. >> we've been waiting. a nasty, pouring, kind of bad. >> had beautiful days midweek. by the weekend it's always a washout. it was nice. that was "gone girl" by the way by chris bandy. >> uh-huh. >> we have fun stuff to tell you about today. but -- a lot of people -- >> saw "the game of

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