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>> wax on, wax off. >> that's what's happening "today in the bay." we are back at 7:25 with a live local news update. >> join us at 11:00. good morning. breaking news. no deal. good morning. breaking news. no deal. president trump crashing with top democrats after a late night white house dinner, denying they reached an agreement on border security with no money for a wheel. what the president is saying this morning and where this fight goes next. practice run? chilling videos emerge of the teenaged suspect in that tragic school shooting in washington state. >> sounded like a huge firecracker going off in the hall. >> one student killed, three others wounded, the suspect in custody. this morning, the custodian being hailed as a hero for ending the rampage nursing home tragedy. a criminal investigation launched in the wake of irma after the deaths of eight
residents at a sweltering rehabilitation center as millions remain without power nearly a week later. all that plus a holy discovery 2000 years in the making. the push to scrap social security numbers. and -- >> it's over! 21 in a row! the cleveland indians make history as their record-setting winning streak rolls on today thursday, september 14, 2017. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today," glad to have you with us on thursday morning. >> congratulations to the cleveland indians, that's a big accomplishment. but if you're waking up listening to what some democrats are saying and what the president is saying, you may find yourself confused? >> is there a deal or isn't there? the president in a war of words
with top democrats after the democrats claimed a late-night dinner resulted in a deal on immigration and border security and that wall. nbc national correspondent peter alexander is at the white house for us. peter, good morning. >> matt, savannah, good morning to you. exactly what happened last night? that depends who you ask. the democratic leaders declaring they effectively made a deal with the president to extend protections for young undocumented immigrants. president trump saying not exactly but even the idea that the president is softening his stand on immigration is infuriating fierce conservatives, one of them calling it the art of the steal. this morning a political back-and-forth over the art of the deal. >> the wall will come later. >> reporter: president trump making these comment this is morning while leaving for florida to assess hurricane damage. just hours after tweeting "no deal was made last night on daca, massive border security would have to be agreed to in exchange for consent. would be subject to vote." it comes after the president late wednesday working around
his own party hosted chuck schumer and nancy pelosi at the white house. on the menu, tax reform, border security, infrastructure, trade and how to resolve the dispute over so-called dreamers. after the administration's move to end the obama era policy, protecting young undocumented immigrants from deportation. after the sit down, the democratic leaders announcing "we agreed to enshrine the protections of daca into law quickly and to work out a package of border security excludeing the wall that's acceptable to both sides." some republicans outraged congressman steve king tweeted "if the story is correct, trump base is blown up, destroyed, irreparable and disillusioned beyond repair. no promise is credible." others praising the president, like senator jeff flake, "kudos to potus for pursuing an agreement that will protect d.r.e.a.m.ers from deportation." meanwhile, the white house pushed back saying excluding the wall was certainly not agreed to. schumer and pelosi releasing a statement saying in part "while
both sides agree the wall would not be any part of this agreement, the president made clear he intends to pursue it at a later time and we made clear we would continue to oppose it." all of it a strategic shift from the president, shocking the capitol last week by cutting a deal with the democrats on a debt ceiling extension, pulling the rug from under the gop. the president later running with pelosi requests he tweet reassurance to the nearly 800,000 d.r.e.a.m.ers. his press secretary praising her boss by trashing his predecessor. >> this president has done more for bipartisanship in the last eight days than obama did in eight years. >> reporter: frustrated by hoe slowly things are getting done, including the republican's failure to repeal and replace obamacare. not long ago trump mocked schumer as the head clown, pelosi as a loser. >> i think she's incompetent, actually. >> reporter: now he's kossi icop to the democrat due wrote. >> we would like something to happen. >> reporter: even sounding like
a democrat on taxes signaling the rich might pay more. >> if they have to go higher, they'll go higher, frankly. >> reporter: as for concerns from skeptical conservatives he might abandon them -- >> i'm a conservative and i'm not skeptical and i think if we can do things in a bipartisan matter, that will be great. >> the president on twitter this morning again insisting no deal is done yet. writing "the wall will continue to be built and adding about those dreamers, does anybody really want to throw out good and educated accomplished young people, some serving in the military. really?" matt and savannah? >> peter, thank you. let's bring in kasie hunt. kasie, good morning to you. it's confusing and it seems to boil down to three words in that democratic statement "excluding the wall." do we have a deal or no deal? >> good morning, matt and savannah. it sounds as though we have the beginnings of what could end up being a deal but we have so much confusion about what the president wants, what he
promised to democrats over dinner and what republicans are going to do. don't forget at the end of the day they control whether or not these kids are going to find a legislative fix. you add this to what the president was saying to our chuck todd just a year or two ago. i want you to look at that and then we'll talk about it. >> the dream act executive order, daca. >> we have to make a whole new set of standards -- >> you'll split up families? you'll deport children? >> no, we'll keep the families together. we have to keep the families together. >> but you'll keep them together out -- >> but they have to go. >> reporter: that is the opposite of what the president is saying this morning which is hey, we want to find a way to keep these kids here but the most important piece of this and chuck schumer's office has been talking about this, he the senate minority leader that the president apparently told democrats that he won't require them to offer money to build the wall in this package in exchange for a fix for these dreamer
kids. and that is something that might allow democratic votes for such a bill. we'll have to see how the actual details unfold but i do think that regardless of how confusing it may be marks an important turning point in these negotiations. matt, savannah? >> all right, kasie, thank you very much. >> thank you, kasie. a lot more to get to including new information on wednesday's deadly school shooting in washington state. we're learning more about the teenage suspected in custody and the victim. nbc's joe fryer is at the scene for us this morning. joe, good morning. >> reporter: savannah, good morning, classes here are canceled today as authorities investigate the shooting. three students remain hospitalized, recovering from gunshot wounds and a fourth classmate who was killed is being called a hero for trying to stop the shooter. just hours after gun fire broke out inside this washington state school, the rockford community held emotional vigils to honor the victims, all of them shot, authorities say, by a fellow student.
>> we ask for that peace to be with all of those who are involved. >> reporter: the sheriff says the teenage student came to freeman high school wednesday morning heavily armed. he tried to fire one gun but it jammed. >> he went to his next weapon. a student walked up to him, engaged him and he was shot and did not survive. >> as students took cover inside classrooms, the sheriff says the armed student fired more shots down a hallway. chris tan crist was there. >> it sounded like a firecracker going on. i remember lights going off at kids' head point blank. >> reporter: one student was killed, three more shot and injured? >> one in the back, one in the arm. >> reporter: panicked parents rushed to the school, most were reunited with their traumatized kids. authorities say the shooter was stopped by a school custodian who stepped in and ordered him
to surrender. officials have not released the name of the suspect, seen here in handcuffs. nbc is not identifying him because he's a juvenile but michael harper says he knows the shooter. >> one of my best friends brought a gun in a duffel bag to school. >> reporter: harper says the alleged suspect had been watching documentaries on school shootings and students who know the suspect confirm his youtube channel features these videos, since deleted, which show him firing guns. the investigation is just getting started but the sheriff says the suspect may have brought the guns to the school because of a bullying situation. >> we need to figure out what's gone wrong with our society that our children decide that they need to take weapons to deal with the issues that they're facing. >> the suspect is being held in a juvenile detention facility just one day before the shooting this school held a lockdown drill to prepare for this exact situation. officials say that may have
helped save a number of lives. matt and savannah, back to you. >> joe, thank you. another major story we're covering, the ongoing impact of hurricane irma. a criminal investigation has been launched into the deaths of eight residents at a nursing ho. three days after the storm made landfall. this as the ongoing recovery efforts ramp up. we have two reports this morning beginning with nbc's gabe gutierrez. gabe, good morning. >> matt, good morning. the state has now shut this place down, at least for now. we're learning new details about this facility that apparently had issues before. a 2016 inspection report found that it had failed to properly maintain its emergency generator and local firefighters apparently knew this facility well. this morning, a criminal investigation is under way to find out exactly what killed at least eight senior citizens found inside a sweltering nursing home in florida days after hurricane irma. >> the ac unit in this place
behind us under investigation was not working and they were utilizing portable ac units. >> there are well over 100 people being evacuated from a nursing facility. >> reporter: 158 residents evacuated from the rehabilitation center at hollywood hills, many in wheelchairs and stretchers, some suffering from dehydration and heat-related issues. the nearby hospital ordering a mass casualty protocol to deal with the large number of incoming patients. the fire department saying it got its first call at 3:00 a.m., a report of a heart attack, then another call an hour later reporting breathing problems then another at 6:15 firefighters started evacuating the facility as frantic relatives desperately tried to get answers. >> felt like 110, 115 degrees in there. >> reporter: many wondering why the residents weren't moved sooner with the area's heat index reaching a stifling 87 degrees overnight and a hospital with power literally across the street. >> i think it is an emerging
scandal of gargantuan proportions. >> reporter: in the past year alone, authorities say fire rescue crews have responded to the facility 127 times. >> in my opinion, that's excessive. >> reporter: the nursing home defending its staff and blaming irma for knocking out a transformer that powered the ac system. the facility's administrator saying "we are fully cooperating with authorities to figure out what went wrong." saying workers "diligently prepared for the impact of hurricane irma." adding "the center immediately contacted florida power and light and our staff continually checked on our residents' well-being." the mayor doesn't buy it. >> it was human failure on the part of the medical staff supervising these folks to not sound the alarm more broadly, more loudly way earlier. >> reporter: the deceased ranging in age from 71 to 99. among them, 84-year-old betty hibbert, and the oldest, albertina vega. >> why they didn't call me to
pick her, to go to pick her if they have any problem with the air conditioning? >> reporter: today with a high near 90 degrees and still so many without power across the state, an urgent push to protect florida's most vulnerable. the city of hollywood has inspected dozens of other assisted living facilities to check for similar issues. a small one was evacuated yesterday, so was a larger one in nearby north miami beach and matt and savannah, it turns out about 150 of the state's nearly 700 nursing homes are still without power. without full power. back to you. >> gabe gutierrez on this tragic story. gabe, thank you very much. >> crews are racing to restore power not only in florida but across the caribbean with so many islands suffered catastrophic damage gadi schwartz is in key west with the recovery efforts. good morning. >> reporter: goecod morning, afr eight deaths reported in the
florida keys, we know two of them happened in key west. a lot of these neighbors were covered in downed trees, now key west is digging out even as they run dangerously low on supplies. days after hurricane irma unleashed her fury on florida, the sweet sound of relief. military choppers arriving in a key west strip mall to a line of floridians desperate for the basics. >> i was so thirsty, thank god for the army. >> reporter: navy crews fresh from helping hurricane harvey victims in texas now providing relief in florida. what's it like to be out here helping out? >> this is why people join the navy, to do this sort of thing. it's an incredible feeling. >> reporter: people need water, power, fuel. cell service has been cut off to most of the island chain. >> everything's down and gone. everything's blocked, telephone po poles are down. >> reporter: the national guard out in force helping wherever they can.
>> it's devastation out here so we're taking it street by street. >> reporter: along the highway, neighbors feeding neighbors. >> it feels good to be able to help somebody else because this is what we do in the keys. we help other people. >> reporter: other parts of florida are suffering, too. bonita springs and middleburg still underwater. >> we're trying to move assets to those affected as fast as possible. >> reporter: in jacksonville, soggy and rotting houses. in north miami, water main breaks city wide prompting a boil-water ordnance. power crews still working on restoring electricity to millions while all hands pitching in for the cleanup. but as bad as the keys and other parts of florida have been hit, the caribbean took the brunt of the storm. on tortola, 90% of homes and businesses gone. families on antigua and barbuda struggling to find basic supplies. "there's nothing left" she says. loved ones of all types struggling. on st. thomas, an 18-hour curfew
in place and long food lines as the army national guard distributes ready-to-eat meals. the basics are all people can hope for now. >> it's there bad shape. >> reporter: after surviving the monster storm, people are grateful to be alive. >> there's nothing more valuable than your life. >> reporter: and add the next step now is a search of the waters here. officials say after reports that main may have been on board their boats when the storm hit, they have to send dive teams in to inspect all capsized vessels. matt and savannah, back to you. >> gadi, thank you very much. new developments in the special counsel investigation into russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. nbc news has learned the son of ousted national security adviser michael flynn is a subject in the investigation. according to current and former government officials, the inquiry into michael g. flynn is focused in part on his work for his father's lobbying firm.
legal experts say prosecutors could be using the younger flynn to pressure his father into divulging evidence about other high-level targets, including president trump. attorneys for michael flynn and his son declined to comment. new controversy surrounding the treasury secretary this morning. steven mnuchin asked for a government plane to use during his honeymoon vacation in europe earlier this year. operating such a jet can cost about $25,000 per hour. well, according to a treasury spokesperson, mnuchin considered using a military plane because he needed to access secure communications as part of his national security duties. the request was withdrawn after another secure communications option was identified during the secretary's extended travel. now to a bizarre accident on the tarmac at charlotte-douglas airport in north carolina. airport officials say an american airlines commuter plane was taxiing to the gate on wednesday when a tug driver slammed into the wig of the plane. the tug is that vehicle that's
used to push and pull airplanes. the driver was taken to a local hospital and is in stable condition. no one on the plane was hurt. some flights were delayed as a result of that accident. an investigation under way let's check our weather for the first time. hi. >> we're talking about heat that will be building and humidity will be building in florida where -- when they do not need it given that, of course, a lot of folks still without power. it's going to feel like it's near 100 degrees from daytona beach all the way down to key west today. that continues tomorrow, really, daytona beach, tampa will feel like 100, 99 in naples, key west looking at heat index of 99 degrees and it continues into saturday. here's the latest on jose. right now a category one storm, 510 miles south-southwest to bermuda. it brings it through between bermuda and cape hatteras but as we look at the difference between the european model and the united states model, the european model now brings it a little bit closer by wednesday to the coastline of the u.s.
about 130 miles offshore, difference of 100 miles between these two. so we'll have to continue to monitor this. we'll get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. the citi® double cash card does. only citi lets you earn 1% cash back when you buy, and 1% as you pay. the citi double cash card. double means double. good thursday morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. it's a cloudy start but we will get some clearing today and for the inland areas a lot more sunshine, breezy winds and cooler temperatures, looking at highs into the low 80s for concord and antioch, elsewhere some 70s and 60s along the coast. as we head into the next several days our temperatures hold
steady, a mix of sun and clouds and some breezy winds starting to relax as we head into tomorrow. inland areas will also have some cooler than normal temperatures for the next couple of days. >> and that's your latest weather. guys? >> al, thank y ou. coming up, fallout over one of the largest cyber attacks ever, with 143 million social security numbers stolen. some are asking, is it time to go away with the numbers all together? the accidental discovery in an ancient church in rome that may have solved a 2,000 year old mystery. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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the citi double cash card. double means double. /live we )re following breaking news - good morning, everyone. 7:26. i'm scott mcgrew. we're following breaking news a deadly crash on westbound 580 in castro valley. this happened around 4:30 this morning. you can see there are two big rigs involved in the crash and there was a car in the middle as well. we're learning the car slammed into one of those big rigs, then the second big rig slammed into both of the vehicles, pushing that car under the first semi-truck. the driver of the second big rig was killed, two other drivers suffered minor injuries. as you can imagine this is having a major impact on traffic coming into the tri-valley from hayward, the backup goes on for miles stretching well into livermore. let's check in with mike, it will take hours, mike, for people to get through here.
>> and the problem is that they have to off-load one of the big rigs involved, they have just brought noir trailer on to the scene, that will be possibly 10:00 a.m. we are about 15 minutes out of livermore and over through dublin and the castro valley y, the dublin grade. opposite direction also distracted by all of that activity. that's the problem in the tri-valley. in the peninsula we have a crash blocking two lanes of southbound 101 and millbrae avenue, you are jammed in both directions on the south portion of the airport. 280 by comparison very clear. looks pretty good in the weather department. we will have cooler temperatures today. we do start out with some clouds but we will get slooin later this afternoon, temperatures in san francisco and half-moon bay looking atp÷ 60s there, 70s for the inner bay and parts of the north bay and the interior valleys seeing those high temperatures up to 81 degrees this afternoon. looks pretty good and more of this weather into the weekend. we will continue to monitor that situation on 580. you can check nbcbayarea.com for
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7:30 now on a thursday morning. we welcome you back to "today." nice to have you. >> we'll start with the headlines and the breaking news out of the white house this morning. >> more and more, we're trying to work things out together. >> no deal after top democrats leave a white house dinner, claiming an agreement over d.r.e.a.m.ers and border security. president trump says, not so fast, with the wall a key sticking point. >> they talked about everything from trade to tax reform. >> 3 million people remain without power in florida as the death toll from irma rises in the wake of the tragedy at a nursing home. eight seniors dead from the sweltering heat. more than 100 others evacuated. >> we all have elderly people
and facilities that we depend on to care for our most vulnerable elderly population. senator ted cruz speaks out again, blaming a staff member for liking a porn video from his account. >> a staffer accidentally hit the wrong button. it was an hon nest mistake. wasn't malicious. martin shkreli behind bars after offering $5,000 for a lock of hillary clinton's hair, prompting the judge to revoke his bail. lucky number 21. >> caught by lonnie chisenhall! it's over. 21 in a row. >> the cleveland indians rewrite the record books with the longest winning streak in american league history. today, thursday, september 14th, 2017. that's a long time without a loss. it's exciting. good for them. this morning, new concerns over the data breach at equifax.
it is affecting nearly every adult in the united states. one question gaining some traction, if so many social security numbers have now been compromised, is it time to actually just do away with them all together? nbc's tom costello has been working the story since it broke. good morning to you. >> morning. the white and blue cards we all have were never meant to be a tax id or health care number, but now there is a good chance our numbers have all been stolen, and that makes us all very vulnerable. the worst hack of personal data in u.s. history. >> this concerns equifax. >> gets worse by the day. >> welcome to the equifax automated security freeze system. >> with the nation's three credit agencies swamped with calls from millions of americans trying to put a fast freeze on their credit reports. 143 million names, social securitys, dobs, addresses, drivers licenses, all stolen. >> what we've seen here is the most outrageous, the most
egregious example of a company not doing what it needs to do when it comes to protecting consumer information. >> in a usa today editorial, equifax ceo writes, we are devoting extraordinary resources to make sure this kind of incident doesn't happen again. meanwhile, those blue and white social security cards we all have were first issued in 1935 when fdr was president. they haven't changed much. but if they have all been stolen, is it time for a 21st century high-tech makeover. >> shouldn't be harder to get into my iphone than it is to hack my social security number. >> over the years, social security numbers morphed into a national identification number. >> our social security number for somebody like me is linked to our whole life. should we change that? absolutely. >> without one, you can't get a job, take out a loan, buy a house, file taxes, get into college or get health insurance. >> i think we can finally drive a stake through the heart of this system. social security numbers were never meant to be a secret.
never meant to be any security tool. now they probably never will be again. >> may be up to the financial industry to come up with secure ways to identify identities. constantly changing electronic numbers, two and three step authentications and even iris scans. is this going the wakeup call when the country decides it is time to move beyond social security numbers? >> it needs to be the wakeup call. we repeatedly, year after year, have these wakeup calls and we hit the snooze button. there's no more snooze buttons. >> here's the catch, our social security numbers make it easy to run fast credit checks, so customers can make impulse buys or sign up in store for the credit cards. if that changes, retailers could feel the impact very, very quickly. guys? >> a lot of folks are urging you to do a credit freeze. what does that mean? how do you do it? >> i've done it. here's what you do. go online or you call the
nation's three credit bureaus. yes, call them all. it is an automated service. they've been flooded with requests, so it does take time. you type in your state, your social security, numerical address, all of that, which means only businesses you already do business with can have access to your credit. criminals are locked out. but if a bank or company needs to run a legitimate credit check, like you need to take out a car loan or are applying to college, you need to unfreeze the report. don't forget it. >> does this cost anything, to freeze and unfreeze? >> equifax right now is freezing for free. some agencies charge $5 to $10 to freeze and unfreeze, which can be a hassle and it adds up. you have to remember your credit is frozen if you suddenly need the credit. the other thing, you have to remember your pin number, which they will give you when you freeze. write it down. put it in a secure place. because in a year or two or three, you need the pin number again to unfreeze.
>> by the way, equifax better be freezing for free. >> i'll say. >> that would be a disaster. tom, thank you. mr. roker, check of the weather? >> yes. this is free. let's show ya. >> did it come up? i didn't see it. >> it did come up, tom. it's okay. good on you. so remnants of irma now making its way through the northeast. it's not going to be a big problem as it pushes through some pop-up showers, maybe a thunderstorm or two later this afternoon into the evening hours. rest of the country, we are looking at some pretty dense fog. st. louis on into chicago, probably airport delays there. again, hot and humid down through florida. not good news there. some mountain snows developing out west. we'll look at that in the next half hour. it'l good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we do start out with some clouds across the bay area and as we take a live look outside at the golden gate bridge no showers,
although we've seen some just offshore, but we are going to keep the rain away and some lower humidity dropping in, especially for this afternoon and temperatures in the south bay reaching 77 degrees. it will be up to 70 degrees in oakland and 81 degrees in concord. one of the warmer spots. half-moon bay will be at 65. we will also see those upper 60s for san francisco heading into the weekend. >> don't forget to get your full forecast any time you need with our friends at the weather channel. >> it's free. >> i almost forgot. >> al, thanks so much. ahead, new information in a study raising serious questions about flu shots during pregnancy. what all women need to know. first, st. peter's bones. the chance discovery 2,000 years in the making. a ["love is all around" by joan jett & the blackhearts] ♪ who can turn the world on with her smile? ♪ ♪ who can take a nothing day, ♪ ♪ and suddenly make it all seem worthwhile? ♪ ♪ well it's you girl, and you should know it. ♪ with each glance and every little movement you show it. ♪
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chance discovery and a mystery, perhaps only the pope himself can resolve. on a quiet street in a forgotten church, closed for 35 years, a worker found what may be bone fragments belonging to st. peter. >> nobody in rome knows this church because it was always closed. >> reporter: st. peter was one of jesus' 12 apostles. >> you are peter, and on this rock i will build my church. >> reporter: known as the first pope, catholics believe his spirit guards the gates of heaven. nine pieces of what are thought to be his bones, rarely seen in public, are entombed at st. peter's basilica, where millions pay pilgrimage every year. yet at the entrance to this small, unassuming church, a plaque claims peter's remains are here. >> peter here. >> yes.
>> this means there are relics of st. peter. not that all the body of st. peter was here. >> reporter: they were hiding in plain sight? >> yes, they were hiding in plain sight. >> reporter: it's on a plaque. inside, the priest shows us to the altar and the roman-era pot that was discovered here by accident. scratched into the lid, the name of several saints, including peter. what was inside the pot? >> there were relics of peter. >> reporter: bones? >> bones. >> reporter: did this church hold a secret for 1,000 years? the bones, relics, placed here, some believe, by an early pope to assert his authority during a religious feud. now pope francis must decide whether to compare the fragments to the bones at the basilica. >> it'd be wonder to see if the bones found in santa maria in cappella match the bones that were found in st. peter's basilica.
and i wouldn't be surprised if they're the same. >> reporter: what do you believe? >> i have no idea. i'll have to wait and see whether those are really the relics. >> reporter: for now, they are locked away in the vatican. perhaps more precious remains of one of christianity's most important figures. can we see the bones? >> no, we cannot. >> reporter: we cannot? >> no. >> reporter: it's a secret, hidden away. >> yes. >> reporter: until the vatican can flow light on a piece of early church history. guys, you'll remember, matt and savannah, in 2013, when we were here, when pope francis was collected, since then, he's modernized and made decisions that echoed around the world. yet, this was a secret waiting for him just around the corner and dating back 2,000 years. how about that? >> i love stories like that. >> i know. >> i love when you start to talk about mysteries and perhaps solving them. >> especially the way keir's
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all right. folks, i want to show you the live pictures here from the scene westbound 580 at eden canyon road. it is a deadly crash we've been following since just after 4:00 this morning. this is one of the vehicles involved in the crash. there is another of the big rigs involved and there is a third that's arrived on scene. they have to off-load the cargo here and load it here so they can try to clear that from the roadway, that's why all the lanes are blocked. look at our video from sky ranger, you have the backup all the way back and over here top of the screen that's coming off the dublin grade and out of dublin and livermore, that was earlier this morning. it continues back to livermore for west 580 and east 580 jams up for spectator slowing. we are seeing just a few clouds as we take a live look outside in san jose. this is starting to clear here but still cloudy along the coast with temperatures there reaching into the upper 60s and for the south bay up to 77 degrees. oakland 70 today and 80 antioch,
while livermore will see a high of 78 degrees later today. we will continue on with some more comfortable weather over the next several days, freezy winds start to calm down. for the weekend in san francisco upper 60s for the highs, inland areas are looking for highs in the next few days upper 70s to lower 80s. we have better news for people in one alameda neighborhood this morning, they can use water to shower, just don't drink it. this stems from a contamination affecting the alameda point neighborhood. this started tuesday night. crews spent yesterday flushing the system but no word on weather the water will be safe to drink jaeb time soon. uc berkeley preparing for protests. ben shapiro is set to speak at 7:00. police say they will shut down streets and buildings at least three hours in advance. you can monitor everything we're covering at nbcbayarea.com and of course we will have more local news coming up in a half an hour. we will see you then.
it's . it's 8:00 on "today" coming up demanding answers. eight citizens dead in a florida nursing home following florida irma as a massive cleanup is under way across the state. the hardest hit neighborhood now on the long road to recovery. we're there live. >> colorado on, mama. plus the fix is in. jenna catching up with the king and queen of home improvement. chip and joanna gaines. they talk about the family, future and fame. >> you're not movie stars. you didn't grow up in the spotlight. are you prepared for these types of things? >> i can't believe things happen to us. a part of me thinks who would care about that? >> and the mother of all roles,
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>> what are you celebrate something. >> a second anniversary on "today." >> i think they're going for the 2er. they're getting that shopping down. >> we will be out there in a little while. >> welcome to "today." nice to have you on a thursday morning. let's start with your news at 8:00. the president is visiting florida for an 81 date on hurricane florida's recovery efforts. meantime, a criminal situation launched into an investigation at a nursing home. gape gutierrez with more on the latest this morning. >> reporter: the state has shut this facility down a. 2016 inspection report found the facility failed to properly maintain its emergency back-up generator. local authorities say fire crews and recuse crews responded to this building 127 times in the past year alone. this morning loved ones demanding answer, still reeling from the death of 18 senior citizens and the evacuation 150
more found in a sweltering nursing home. >> it felt like 110, 115 degrees in there. >> now a determination is and you way at hollywood hills, where a transformer was fogged out in the wake of hurricane irma. in a statement, the administrator saying we are fully cooperating with authorities to figure out what went wrong. workers diligently prepared for the impact of hurricane irma, adding they contacted florida power and light and our staff continually checked on the residents' well being. the city's mayor not buying it. >> it was human failure on the part of the medical staff to not sound the alarm much more broadly, much more loudly way earlier. >> reporter: a massive cleanup is under way, 4 million homes without power. the road to recovery may be long. basic supplies like food, water and fume, ha ready to come by.
military choppers touching down in 83 westco help. >> oh, god, i was so thirsty, thank god for the army. >> reporter: on caribbean islands like st. martin, the desperation the mounting. >> reporter: here in hollywood the city is investigating several facility, they evacuated a larger one was evacuated in north miami beach. about 150 of the 700 nursing homes are still without full power. >> and it's a hot, hot day coming up there, too. gabe, thank you in a surprising tweet this morning, president trump says no deal was made last night to preserve daca. after a late dinner, top democrats say they've reached an agreement with the president on a way to prevent undocumented immigrants from deportation. they said it involved border security without building a wall between the u.s. and mexico. some republicans were outraged.
the white house denied there was any compromise on the wall. in mist his morning tweet the president said, massive border security would have to be agreed to in exchange for consent. and that would be subject to a vote. a sheriff in washington state at a deadly shooting may have grown out of a bullying situation. he brought two guns, the first one jammed, then he opened fire with the second one and killed a student who tried to intervene and also wounded three others a. school custodian is now being praised for stepping in and stopping the violence. we are not identifying the suspect because he is a juvenile. his youtube channel is since delete that showed him firing guns. now to a new study on twhaens has a lot of pregnant women wonder physical it's safe to get their annual flu shot. dr. natalie azar is here to address the concerns. good morning. >> good morning. >> what was the headline and can
we take it at face challenge? >> the headline is flu vaccine could increase the risk of miscarriage. so what the study was, was a case study from a couple years ago, they followed pregnant women, they found women vaccinated early in pregnancy with a particular strain, the h1n1, who had received a vaccine the year prior, were at increased risk for miscarriage one to 28 days after the vaccination. now to say from the outset, there was no way to quantify this risk. so they're not saying there is an increased percentage probability of this happening. this was not a cause and effect. we talk about this often, it's in association, of potential link. but does not prove causation. in resource, this is something called a safety signal. so it's not definitive. it's a finding that warrants further study and conversation. >> that's complicated. let's bottom line it. there are a lot of pregnant woman told by doctors, go get
your flu shot. should they still do that and when? >> yes, affirmatively, cdc which funded this, strongly continue to endorse the flu vaccine at any time during pregnancy. previous, lots of data, former studies as well as ongoing studies have demonstrated the safety of the flu vaccine, if you remember, too, influenza i should say pregnant women are much more vulnerable to serious implication of flurngsz the best strategy is to have a vaccine during pregnancy because infants can't get the vaccine until they are six months of age. >> are there some long-term studies going into effect to see if there is a link between these two? >> there is an ongoing study that covers the seasons 2012 to 2015 is that we will be reporting on in hopefully 2018 and 2019. but again the bottom line, based on all the previous vast
leicester is flu vaccine is not recommended but is safe during pregnancy. >> women in the past flu vaccines were available. right now you recommend everybody get one. >> everybody that is a candidate should get the flu vaccine to create herd immunity to protect those who cannot get it. >> that's important information. thank you. >> thank you very much. let's get to hoda's morning boost. >> two weeks after giving birth to her adorable baby girl, tennis starer is rhea is revealing pictures. she revealed the name alexis olympus, jr. she shared the journey from her sonogram to winning the australian open while pregnant to her delivery. she says we had lots of complication, then she said, look what we got.
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it's 9:12. you may regret this but you're going to join us in a bit. >> i chose this. honesty is the word of the day and i'm going to warn you that this topic could get everybody at the table in trouble. here we go. there was a study published by researchers from florida state university,okay, and basically the headline is date the frog, not the prince. brace yourselves. all right? you know where this is going. researchers found that relau relationships are more successful when a woman ends up with a less attractive man. >> i'm married 22 years. >> the reason being, the husbands tended to compensate for the fact that they weren't as good looking or attractive as their wives with extra acts of kindness, with gifts, with more help with the children and the house work because they felt, you know what? i'm getting a good deal here. but when women married up -- >> you want to rephrase that?
>> meaning they ended up with someone who would be deemed more attractive than they are, they ended up to have negative reactions to it because they obsessed over things like dieting and exercise. so i told you you knew where this was going. let's start with the men. who here would say that they married someone more attractive than they are? >> for sure. have you seen our wives? >> well, by the way -- >> you married a supermodel. >> you don't have to be quite so fast about it. of course you all did. now let's go to the women. >> that's just mean. >> i don't even -- >> i think he's definitely in the better looking category. he looks like he's on a coin. >> joel is a very good looking guy, but you are a good looking woman. >> strikingly beautiful. >> sir, are you in for a happy, healthy relationship?
>> i don't think you should marry someone too pretty but i think we are of equal attractiveness or nonattractiveness depending on your perspective. >> when you running for offers? >> we could be brother and sister. i mean, we're not. we look similar and i will say, my mom -- no, we're not. my mom always says she's glad i married an eagle scout and not a prince. >> i like that. >> taking your personal situations out of it, do you believe the theory? >> yeah. especially the second part, the thing that you said where if you marry someone who's too good looking they're obsessed with the gym. my mom always said and actually it's true, she says don't marry someone prettier than you. >> or somebody that can fit into your jeans. >> that's horrible. >> yes. >> you can fit in her jeans?
>> no. you might want to be careful there, al. what are you saying? my wife has a 32 inch waist? that didn't come out well. >> no, you're very thin. >> when i was with someone who was really, overrigweight and i never felt prettier than when i was with someone really heavy. >> what do you think? >> i think jenna needs to go to ancestry.com and check all that out. >> oh, my gosh. >> he loves this. he loves to watch us all squirm. >> i want to know who's honest and who's not. >> he's stirring the pot. stirring the pot. >> you chose this to stir the pot. >> i'm totally sweating. anyway -- >> we'll start with big news of selena gomez. opening up to fans revealing she underwent a kidney transplant this summer. that's why she's been laying low and not promoting her new music.
she writes in part there aren't words to describe how i could possibly thank my friend. she gave me the ultimate gift and sacrifice by donating her kidney to me. we're also glad to see selena doing well. mandy moore has exciting news. the couple's dated for more than two years. we want to congratulate both of them and finally the best selling artist give business insider a ranking of the best music of all time. let's count down number five. the eagles. >> love the eagles. >> people always associate eagles with fleetwood mac. coming in at number 4, led zeppelin. the third most successful artist of all time, the king. elvis presley.
>> yep. >> second place -- garth brooks. >> that's right. >> we do have some friends in low places too at this table. >> top selling music act in history, anybody? 178 million albums sold, beetles. >> michael jackson was 7. bruce springsteen and u2 at number 21. >> that's cool. >> a good list. that's your pop start and here we go. take note. if you're thinking about getting engaged gentlemen. this is seth dickson who wanted to make a splash with his proposal but it isn't the type of splash he had in mind. this is his girlfriend. came time to pop the question, there goes the ring. >> oh, no. >> when i first watched this video ethought they were at benehana, but no, that's a real bridge, a real body of water.
their friends came in, they dove into the river, they tried to fish it out. >> please tell me they found it. >> no luck. they had not found it. there's friends there trying to find it. they have set up a goo fund me page if you're feeling like you'd like to donate, you can do that to replace that ring. >> not exactly the happy ending i was looking for. >> thanks for the bummer. >> there you go. >> carson, thank you. >> all right. letz let's get a check of the weather. you by noval nodisk. learn about diabetics and your heart. >> how about the winter? you like that? get your mind off the last story. we have winter storm watches and warnings stretching from montana all the way down into -- i mean, this is crazy stuff to talk about already. lasting through saturday. we are going to be looking at rain and storms moving into the rockies. the good news is that's going to help with the wildfires out there in montana. they've been having a rough
time. snow and above 6,000 feet. in fact, we're talking some places picking up to a foot from just outside of helena, all the way down to yellowstone. rest of the country, we have se rear storms through the southwest. hot temperatures continue in the cent that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning. as we take a live look outside over san francisco from san berno mountains. those clouds still rolling by. we will get some clearing as we go through the day. temperatures for the inland areas will be much cooler. only reaching 77 degrees in san jose. 80 in antioch and 77 today in napa. oakland, expect a high of 70 there. and 67 degrees in san francisco. over the next few days, our temperatures hold steady. the winds won't be as breezy. inland areas in the low 80s this weekend. >> don't forget, if you're heading out, check out our sirius xm channel, 108.
the home of the hoda show. >> it's true. >> yeah, baby. >> al, thank you very much. now to the reigning queen and king of home improvement. the stars of hgtv's hit show "fixer upper," chip and joanna gaines. >> jenna caught up with them. you went to texas, hung out at the ranch. >> they may get a restraining order. it was my second time visiting them in waco. i didn't want to leave. we covered it all from the transformation they made in their hometown to their big announcement, a brand-new collaboration with target. >> we're chip and joanna gaines. chip, hold that up there. do you like that? >> i love it. >> reporter: for this texas duo, happiness comes from creating homes for others. >> home is the most important thing. and the fact we get to be a part of that is an honor. it never gets old. i love it. >> yeah. >> come on, mama. >> america's favorite home improvement couple and their four children captivated the nation through their mega-hit hgtv show "fixer upper." now in its fourth season. >> that's my girl.
>> today, after 15 years of marriage and their humble beginnings, never could they have imagined their quick rise to stardom and the challenges that would come with it. including rumors of her leaving the show and the state of their marriage. you're not movie stars. you didn't grow up in the spotlight. are you prepared for these types of things? >> no. >> no. >> it's funny, i mean, when i think about these circumstances, i think they're hilarious. i'm like, i can't believe that these things are happening to us. because part of me thinks, who would care about that? >> i think for me, even from the beginning, just because i don't do great with seeing that kind of stuff, reading into it, i just don't know what's going on. so then i'll hear someone come up to me and say, i hear you and chip are getting a divorce. i'm like, where did you hear that? i don't know anything going on. we do our due diligence in letting people know as much as we can, this isn't us. don't be scammed. >> one of the things they're most proud of is the
transformation they've had in waco, texas, their hometown. two years ago, waco had about 660,000 visitors. today, that number is 1.9 million. is this where you all are the happiest, on this ground? >> yeah. >> of course. as long as it can work in waco, in our backyard, it works for us. we've got four kids here that need us. we have a business here that needs us. something about our marriage, just we do better when we're on our home turf. >> now they are putting their footprint on a national brand and showcasing their expertise in home goods through their new hearth and hand with magnolia products featured at target. when you walk in and see your line at target, what do you think your reaction will be? >> don't ask me. ah! that's, you know, i'm a fan girl, basically. >> 15 years later, it's like, it does feel like i still have the heart of that girl in that little shop, which is, just this
dream that has kind of blossomed into this. it feels like a complete dream. >> target collaboration is a multi-year deal. they have more than 300 products, which will all be under $30. also, it gives back. a lot of the products give to st. jude. they're so cute. >> i love that. >> i have a crush on them. they live close to my parents. my mom called me a couple years ago and said, i had this girl, she's so cute, joanna, you need to meet her. i'm like, oh, mom, you know, whatever. then here it is. >> mom always knows. >> your brother -- >> henry? >> oh, who is my brother. >> i didn't get it either. >> the products will be online starting november 5th. >> that was sweet. >> they have done a lot for waco, which is great. >> thanks, jenna. coming up, savannah goes e one-on-one with the candid jennifer lawrence. live music from i )m ...
==live== we continue our coverage of breaking news in the east bay good morning, everyone. 8:26. we're continuing our coverage of breaking news in the east bay. these are live pictures. it was an early morning deadly crash in castro valley that shut down all lines of westbound 580. this happened about 4:30 this morning. there are two big rigs that were involved in the crash. there was a car squeezed in the middle as well. we're learning the car hit one of the big rigs, then the second big rig slammed into both vehicles. the driver of that second big rig was killed. the two other drivers suffered minor injuries. let's check latest with mike and this massive backup. >> what you were just showing was them trying to off-load one of those trucks so they could clear it after they take the cargo off. it caused this huge backup. you can tell by the tail lights. it was way over here.
these are folks coming off of west 580 out of livermore and dublin. on the map, you show how big the backup is not only for westbound but eastbound coming off of 880, it is jammed because of the spectator slowing. this is a huge problem for the entire stretch making more folks travel 84 through pleasanton and livermore. the rest of the bay shows a nice easy light drive. we have your build-up for the silicon valley and the peninsula but this is the big backup and we don't yet know when teams will open those lanes over there for 580. because they can't forecast that. back to you. >> mike, good to know. more news is coming up in half an hour. school start times. the impact doctors tell us this would have on your kids. marcus/banner and - bay area animal shelters are filling up with cats and dogs from florida. the way you can help 4-legged hurricane victims. laura/tomorrow at 430-7am gfx join us - starting at
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8:30 on a thursday morning. it's the 14th day of september, 2017. little unsettled today? had some showers yesterday. seems to have cleared off a bit. hopefully we'll get a good day and a nice weekend. meanwhile, we're out on the pla plaza. inside the studio, the hit band fallout boy, getting ready to play some music for us. >> yay. >> there are a lot of cool people in the crowd, you guys. i notice d this young man here who is dying to meet fallout boy. do you want to meet them? >> yes. >> how bad? >> very bad!
>> first time here? >> yeah. >> are you going to come in and see us? >> yes, definitely. >> we'll bring you inside. >> okay. >> here with your dad? >> what? >> here with your dad? >> yeah. >> shoutout to dad. >> we'll see you inside in a second, okay? >> thanks. >> so cool. >> you rock. >> might as well hang with us. >> he's like, no, it's not my dad, i took a train. >> i can respect that. coming up, jennifer lawrence, her new movie is mysterious, terrifying and disturbing. also interesting things to say about fame and what is ahead for her. we'll hear from jennifer in a minute. quickly here, megyn kelly today is launching september 25th, 9:00 a.m. eastern. she'll have a live studio audience. you can get tickets to join megyn on set right now at today.com. >> we urge you to do that. how about a check of the weather? >> let's see what's going on. we'll show you first of all your
weekend outlook. tomorrow, showers along the northeastern atlantic coast. mountain snow through the plains. hot temperatures amid the plains into the southeast. rain in the northern plains. more showers through the eastern gulf. sunday, sunday, we are looking at some rip currents due to jose. we're going to be watching that. rain likely moving into the pacific northwest. that's what' that's what's going on around country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. we will have very nice weather today and cooler temperatures with some breezy winds along the coast expect highs today in the mid-60s. and for the inland, we're looking at upper 70s and lower 80s. in concord, up to 81. napa, 77. we can leave the air conditioning off over the next several days. in san francisco, highs will be in the upper 60s. we'll be watching out for a chance of rain early next week, especially for parts of the north bay.
>> don't forget, you can get the full forecast any time you need it from our friends at the weather channel on cable. these ladies are all celebrating their 70th birthday. where are you from? >> wisconsin. >> kenosha. you brought us kringle. that's good. all right. >> presidential kringle. let's go inside to savannah. >> al, thank you. now to our revealing conversation with oscar winner jennifer lawrence. she stars in the new movie "mother," a psychological thriller that already has people talking. i don't know if i can say this on tv, but one review called this the most wtf movie of the year. >> mm-hmm. >> would you agree? >> oh, definitely. i mean, of all time. >> please, come? >> the film is called "mother." jennifer lawrence and javier bardem play a married couple in a seemingly nice life before a
series of visitors disrupts them. the rest of the plot is kept secret. in a way, you need a key, rosetta stone or decoder ring. >> you can google any of my interviews, and i have spilled the allegory in almost all of them. >> your character is named mother, and people say that that is meant to represent mother nature. i don't want to give a plot line away, but it does not end well for mother. so is it kind of a statement on environmental issues? >> yeah. it's -- i mean -- >> is it larger than that, of humanity? >> it is everything. before the movie was called "mother," it was called "day six." god created the world in six days. to me, it is the beginning and the end, which we have not reached yet. the end of the universe. so in that, there's the creation of man, there's the creation of religion. that house and i are one
organize n organize n organism. >> the house has a heart beat. i just got that. >> yeah, i did, too. >> what were you doing in their luggage? >> when you read the script, what was your reaction? >> i was like, i don't want this in my home. it's an assault. it is really assaulting. that's what makes it a masterpiece. that's what makes darren so brilliant. >> darren is the director and jennifer's boyfriend, darren a aronofsky. it has lawrence exploring deep depths. >> nobody should feel what you see in the movie. yeah, it was hard. i had to listen to christmas music coming out of that. >> i also heard you watched the kardashians to just -- >> i did. i had a kardashian tent. i didn't end up using the kardashians. i surpassed the kardashians. >> needed more. >> yeah. i ended up going straight to the medic tent. but, yeah, i had it.
>> kim, i need you. >> yeah. >> jennifer lawrence is one of hollywood's most in-demand actors, and to some, this explores fame. >> that wasn't the intention. the intention was the insatiable need of humanity. but i think that does go hand in hand with fame. fame shines a huge light on that part of people. we feel so entitled to everything. when i'm getting photographed, just walking to starbucks, i'm like, why does -- why do you feel entitled to this? >> what is the flip side of that, to be the subject of it? >> angry. no. >> honestly, because it feels strange and probably intrusive. >> it took many years for me to -- i was angry and resentful because i thought i deserved the right to do what i love and do my job and have privacy. after a few years, you're like, but that's not the way it is. it's not. it is important to keep a
separation and know the people who are screaming outside of a premiere, they're screaming because of a job and because of character. i don't go home and am like, did you hear how much they love me? i don't put stock in it. i'm grateful to them because without fans and people going to see my movie, i wouldn't be able to do what i love. >> you've done a movie -- at least one movie every year since 2010. do you think about taking a break? do you keep up the pace? >> i'm taking one. i don't have anything set for two years. >> what are you going to do? >> i don't know. >> hello, sweatpants. >> yeah. i don't know. start making pots. >> macrame? >> yeah. i'm taking a break. >> you'll be back. >> i'll see you in six months. >> jennifer is a charmer. "mother" is a doozy of a movie. i think it'll get a lot of people talking. >> what happens at the end of "mother"? >> i'm not telling you. i can't. yeah, i can't. it's incredible. i mean, i don't know. people are going to talk about
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>> okay. rockets are powered by nozzles and flowing of different materials through them. you can have combustion, which is the fiery explosion you're probably used to. and you can have gold gas, where gas flows through the nozzle. i simply changed the shape of that nozzle to see if i could produce the most thrust, so the highest push for the lightest and smallest nozzle. >> did everybody get that? eleanor got the idea by watching videos of spacex rockets. but her passion for space travel started in 2011 when her parents took her to witness the end of an era. i got to watch the last space shuttle launch and that was kind of like, this is what i want to do. >> that was the moment? >> yeah, i want to go to space. i want to go to mars. >> eleanor is pretty grounded for someone with much lofty goals. she's one of five children in her family. they live in virginia. we invited her and her parents to speak with us at the hall of science in new york.
how did you get this extraordinary child? how did she get so interested in these incredible things? >> i guess we always let the kids do what they were interested in, what they follow heed? >> always have the opportunities, you know, around. they're sitting there. if you just give them the, you know, environment, they self-motivate. >> eleanor is certainly self-motivated. you made this dress? >> yes, i did. >> she makes clothing using a sewing machine or traditional loom. she's an accomplished violinist. she's learning russian. and she's a member of an award-winning robotics team. eleanor is a builder and a dreamer. when she grows up, she hopes to enter an orbit where currently, few women work. according to the bureau of labor statistics, only about 11% of aerospace engineers are women. why do you want to go to mars? >> because it hasn't been done
yet. it is our sibling planet. so the fact that we could maybe find something there, even if it is just bacteria, that's still life. >> she wants to go to mars. >> yes. >> she says she wants to go even if it is a one-way ticket. >> good for her. you have a different opinion, don't you? >> hopefully you don't have to think about that for a little while. >> right. >> with her sights set off world, eleanor still must face more earthly concerns like navigating her way through her first year of high school. despite her young age, it is pretty clear, eleanor has the right stuff. when you think of girl power, what does that mean to you? >> that really means that we can do anything. we can really dive into it and be the brains behind just about anything. >> what doesn't she do? >> did you get that about the nozzles and the trust? >> totally got it. >> incredible. >> she does everything. her family, all her brothers and sisters accomplished. >> wow. >> she's just one girl changing the world. >> great.
ken burns has spent decades taking history out of the books and putting it on to the screen. his award-winning documentaries covering everything from sports to music to wars that shaped our country and the world. his latest set to be released. a ten-part series a decade in the making on the vietnam war. ken, always good to have you here. >> thanks for having me. >> your work always shines. nice to see you. let's start with what you don't think people should do. you don't think they should binge all ten episodes of this. >> this is tough stuff, but it's necessary stuff. i'm not saying it is medicine. i just think we've spent way too long not dealing with the vietnam war and now the divisions we experience today, the hyperpartisanship born in
the vietnam war. if we can pack what happened and repack it, we may be able to have a civil conferencversation. >> is the begs wst way to tackl chronologically or do you look for an entry point? >> chronologically. let's find a place where all these diverse points of view -- my co-director and i went to vietnam, filmed north vietnamese soldiers and civilians, south vietnamese soldiers and civilians, along with all the americans here. >> there is a portion of this where you're interviewing >> there's a portion where you're interviewing americans who are pilots dropping bombs on a convoy along the trail and then you also interview two women who were involved with repairing that trail or driving those trucks and when we had that pilot, went on to become
the head of the air force, he didn't know that there were women down there that he was bombing, that he was strafing and so what happens is that if you can trianglate a war, you can understand it that much better. >> it's still raw. the subject of vietnam is what 50 years later basically. >> and everybody's not dealing with it so we went out to people across the political spectrum for support. we got an enlightened sponsor bank of america. this is going to be tough stuff but let's have something we can share with everyone. >> i was watching a show on tv on a very specific aspect of that war, the offense 1968. and watching it i realized even though i was alive during the vietnam war, i no less about it than i do for example about world war ii. >> that's exactly right and a lot of it is because it's unfinished business. it didn't end well for us.
world war ii is now the good war. how can that be? it's the worst war ever, but we have to deal with it because if we do deal with it we'll learn again how to speak to one another, how to evoke the better angels of our nature which is ha we want to do. >> you're just a little bit older than i am. >> i had a high draft number, so that was a big part of growing up. >> so do you attempt to answer the question, was it worth it, whose fault was it, where does the blame lie? >> we're asking all those questions and i think as we discover in particularly subjects about war there's pr than one truth. we want to lay it out from every perspective. if you think we should still be there fighting you can dpiebd room in the film. if you knew from the beginning this was the wrong thing and more importantly all the shades of gray in between, there's a place for you to watch and to make your own decision about it. >> i'm your biggest fan. i will be watching. ken burns, always good to have
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>> yeah! >> yes, yes, yes. that was awesome. >> then you guys go into -- ♪ we are the champions >> at the arena, rock that. >> yeah. >> by the way, 19th of january, the album comes out. something special on the tour, right, pete? >> we'll be talking to the champions who are doing so good in every market on the tour. >> backi )m ... ==vo== happening now: we continue our coverage of good morning, everyone, it's 8:56. happening now, we continuing our coverage of the breaking news in the east bay. an early morning deadly crash in castro valley shut down all lanes of westbound 580. this happened around 4:30 this morning. you see, there are two big rigs that were involved in the crash. there was a car as well. we're learning the car slammed into one of the big rigs and the second big rig slammed into both vehicles, pushing the car underneath the first semi.
now, it was the driver of the second big rig who was killed. the other two drivers suffered just minor injuries. this is certainly having an impact on traffic, coming from the trivalley into hayward. this backup goes on for miles stretching well into livermore. you can find more at our home panel nbcbayarea.com. lawyers for the man convicted of killing sierra lamar will be back in a san jose court. attorneys for the man asking for a new trial. not clear what they're basing that request on but we do know a judge overturned a murder verdict in another case after determining the lead detective gave false testimony. we'll be watching this. more news coming up on our midday newscast.
this morning on ""today's take,"" our take a seat contest winner. owen from oklahoma, our co-host. what role did chris hemsworth almost lose to his younger brother, liam? the seven foods best for your body right now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take," live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> it is thursday morning. this is "today," september 14th, 2017. we're listening to "our story." let's pump it up a little bit. >> pump it up. it's thursday. >> all about your story, our story. >> here's the story, we held our
"today's take" a seat contest. we picked mr. owen pickard to join us for the day. >> yes. >> he and his wife, kelsey, made their journey all the way from blancha blanchard, oklahoma. >> i love that. i love that we have an oklahoma oklahoman. >> this is our morning meeting. jenna complete with the rollers. >> humiliation. i just wanted him to feel at home. >> exactly. >> without further ado, owen, come on in. >> yay! >> hey, hey. >> thank you. >> hi, owen. >> hi. how are you? i'm meeting you all for the very first time this morning. how are you? >> forget about the curlers. >> completely different. >> i can take a seat? >> take a seat. >> thank you so much. it's been fun. >> he's here till thursday. >> oh, today is thursday. >> tip your waiters. >> i just drove the guy who runs this set crazy. he's not going to put it back in
the right spot. >> you put it back perfectly. we've been waiting for you. >> jerry would have broken your finger if you didn't get permission. >> his arms are crossed. >> he's been here 23 years and he takes no funny business. >> well, he takes kathie lee. >> don't we all. >> then there's that. we made a little avocado toast and iced coffee. >> is this the norm? >> when i was walking in, there was this big smile. i could tell it was hitting you. when you watch it from home, is it weird to see it on this side? >> it is. i watch this at work, when i get into work. >> you watch us from work? >> it is 9:00 a.m. in oklahoma city. when i get there, i kind of have a little time. i turn it on. so it feels as though i jumped through the television. >> yes. >> by some grace of god and tv magic and here we are. >> awesome. >> the midday show? >> 93.3, jake fm, a new country station in oklahoma city. >> i'm a country person.
do you consider alison krause new country? >> we don't necessarily play it on our station. >> can you play garth brooks? >> "ask me how i know," his new single. >> new meaning new songs. >> contemporary country. >> johnny cash? >> he's not making anything new. >> i wonder why. >> shania has a new song. >> carrie underwood. >> you're name dropping country people. >> those are the ones i'm familiar with. the ones i can sing along to. let's back up a little bit. i don't know why i did this. >> what the heck? >> i don't know. makes me want to dance. >> what? >> that's called al roker's language, right? >> yes. >> why don't we play some of your video again, and then we'll -- >> oh, gosh. is this the one in the car? >> people can see what you submitted. you mentioned your wife. it was sweet. >> hello. this is owen pickard from
oklahoma city. "today's take" a seat contest. i'm in my car, taking a seat. it was nine years ago today that i had my first kiss, mm-hmm. it was after a high school football game. this girl i was interested in was with me. we were hanging out. i had my first kiss at 17 years old. hey, wait, i know that's a little awkward. but the cute thing, i like to think, is that girl is the one i'm married to now. that's who i'm about to drive home to in a moment in oklahoma city. >> owen, hearts are melting everywhere. >> thank you so much. >> and she's here. >> i got to bring her. >> that's right. >> there she is, kelsey, everybody! give her a round of applause. >> yes. >> besides kissing, you sing together, as well? >> i didn't know where you were going with that. but yes, we sing together. we live together. it's a lot of fun. >> what do y'all sing? >> oh, what is this? ♪ now that it's over >> you have a music video? >> my sister lindsey was nice enough to film us one time.
>> this is so nice. >> this is called "break up with him." she didn't break up with me. but we had our own little thing. >> that's cool. >> that's how we met, through mi music. her aunt diana gave me vocal less sons. >> aunt diana, perfect. it fits. >> aunt diana. anyway. >> she introduced us through her sister's wedding, meg, who was getting married that july. i was honored when she reached out on myspace. kelsey reached out to me. is that awkward? >> all right. >> so you were in high school? >> we were sophomoresish. yeah. >> it was a while ago. >> okay. can we talk about the first kiss? >> yes. it was simple. >> i try to move past that for you. >> it's okay. >> i like to discuss it. >> okay. >> so you kissed her. so that's the only kiss --
>> a late bloomer i guess is what you can call me. go ahead. say it. no, it was my first kiss. it was not like makeout in the driveway. it was like, we're boyfriend and girlfriend now, and we kissed and she left. i was living in moore and she was in blanchard. it was after the high school football game. i remember she drove away. there she is. look how cute. she drove away, and i buddies and said, we're dating now and i kissed her. >> did you think that was it? >> she was the one? >> yeah. >> at the time -- >> you were 17. >> i was 17. thank you. service somewhat it was somewhat of a realization that, looks like we're off to a good start. >> so sweet. >> blanchard, is that right -- which is that? >> you were in norman. 15 minutes southeast of norman. >> in fact, i saw a sign for blanchard. >> you could have come by. >> i didn't know you then. >> in the future, al. >> i don't drive randomly
around. hey, it's al roker, want to know me? although when i was watching your submission, i thought, this guy looks like george clooney. >> oh. >> you did it. you said george clooney. >> i did. >> it was supposed to be a secret. >> that's okay. >> he was supposed to guess who he looks like. >> anyway. >> that's part of the meeting al wasn't at. >> give me your best look. >> you are a young george clooney. >> i'm telling you. >> kelsey, girl. >> i'mgoieven more so in the vi >> look at that. >> i'm trying -- i'm not good at -- >> the mouth isn't exactly what you're -- >> that's not the best picture of george. >> i have to admit something, i do one impersonation terribly, and it is george w. bush. >> i knew you were going to say that. >> that's as far as it goes. >> can you talk? >> me and laura were going to -- >> that's president clinton. >> no, it's not. no, it's not. i said your mom's name. >> i said your mom's name. >> do it again. >> you know, we were down at the
ranch. i don't know. that's terrible. >> that's grandfather. >> that's terrible. you know what -- >> dad, is that you? >> thank you. jenna, we're sure proud of you and all you do on "today's take." >> he wouldn't say that. >> he would. >> he would. >> that was epic. >> would you consider yourself lucky for winning this? >> up until now. no, yes, very lucky. i love it. >> guess who is on the phone? >> who? >> president bush. >> we could get him on there. >> kidding. >> could you really? >> let's test that. >> could you really? we got your mom on. >> challenge. >> commercial break, here we come. >> go time. so we think luck is a matter of chance, rolling the dice. business insider spoke to a phycology professor who has been studying luck. he found that lucky people tend to be more extroverted, smiling twice as much and engaging in more eye contact. >> jenna is like, am i lucky?
>> which makes them more likely to connect and they tend to be optimistic. leading to a positive attitude. >> it is the chicken and eggs situation. you think about what you bring about. but you project it. >> i can't wait to -- when we have a little more time on our hands, i'm going to start making -- go into a bumper sticker business with you, sheinelle. >> do they sell bumper stickers? >> who puts those on their cars? >> the last we had was honor student in kansas. >> did you have one? >> yeah. >> the last one we had, not trying to talk about myself. >> i think it is true for children. >> what? >> being more extroverted and lucky. don't you think like -- i can imagine a little al roker. >> i was very shy. >> you were? >> i am very shy. i was very introverted. >> okay. a little sheinelle. let's change it. who would have been like,
teacher, pick me. pick me. >> it's true. >> when you're asking to be picked, just like you sid, you're going to get picked. >> are you saying that's what i did? >> i'm saying -- >> the squeaky wheel? >> you exude contentment and happiness. >> i'm happy. >> you seem self-aware. you have a beautiful wife. >> isn't she? >> we like hanging out with you. >> earlier, you said you are the best deejay at the station. >> stop it because they're watching at work right now. >> i'm so sorry. >> what's the name of the station? >> 93.3 jake fm. >> what is the radio stations naming the station? >> who wouldn't want to hang out with a guy named jake? >> that's good. >> alice 107. i've been noticing, all the stations -- >> there's bob fms. america, there's only one jake fm. >> you can't be jake and not be good looking. >> jake was the '80s hot name i wanted to name my kids. jake or brad. >> no. >> no?
>> it helps to have one syllable. >> i like brad. there was a cute guy in my class named brad. he had braces. >> we digress. >> speaking of cute guys, there are some famous brothers in hollywood. there's ben affleck. casey affleck. then the hemsworth brothers, luke, chris and liam. didn't know there were three. >> i didn't either, actually. >> good to know. >> happy to know that. >> okay. take over. >> well, chris is saying he lost one of his biggest roles -- or almost lost one of his biggest roles to his younger brother. chris plays thor, but turns out it almost went to liam. >> really? >> his audition had gone so badly, he didn't hear from producers for months, while his brother liam was called several times. his mom read the other part for
chris. came in with a little motivation, frustration, that my little brother got farther than me. he eventually got the role. >> that's sibling rivalry, but it is healthy, right? i guess. >> i'm not into that sibling competition. but they're both cute. >> i was just about to say. >> all three of them are cute. >> we just -- >> where's the other one? >> look at the wall. just ahead, our big every day give away. your chance to win a fabulous food prize, just minutes away. you can enter, luke. you can enter, luke. we'll be back ♪ you can enter, luke. we'll be back ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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we want to put to bed. do you wear socks when you go to bed? >> raise your hands if we wear socks. one, two, three. >> what? what's the matter with you? >> you don't wear socks to bed. >> we didn't raise our hand. >> that was the game. >> you know what -- >> i think that means we don't. >> here's the thing, most of america wears socks to bed if you look at the study. >> no. >> i made that up. >> i like to be cold when i sleep. >> no. >> i like to be cool. >> you like to be hot? >> when i'm hot, i take them off. sometimes i do it without noticing. >> how about we cut out the process and take them off before bed. >> socks are like teddy bears. >> there's something that's not that attractive about -- like my sleep outfit is big t-shirt and box boxers, not great. but the socks on top, it's like, honey.
>> i feel like it's hot. >> i'm home, you know? >> kidding. most of my socks are like from airlines or places that you give random free socks. >> the hospital. >> i have all my maternity socks. >> me, too. >> maternity socks? >> the ones with the grip on the bottom. i have all those. >> me, too. >> now that's hot. >> twitter users saying things like, i can't trust you if you wear socks to bed. it's so cold and i'm wearing socks to bed. i know, i'm ashamed of me, too. wearing socks to bed isn't that bad. what is the hashtag? >> #bare feet today or #wear socks today. >> at least 60% who don't wear them. >> what if you're chilly? >> it's called a blanket. >> if i can't find the socks, i roll my feet up in the sheets. >> do you ever put your feet on your husband's legs? >> there you go.
>> i go to bed early. >> how early? >> i wish we had a violin for you. >> oh, my husband goes to bed with me at 6:00 p.m. every night. >> who is excited about the upcoming pumpkin latte spice season? >> what about pumpkin pie? >> i love pumpkin pie. >> the pumpkin spice latte. everything pumpkin spice. >> i feel like you're saying it aggressively, that -- >> i think we know where you stand. >> we gathered different pumpkin themed food. thank you, jerry. >> thank you, jerry. >> we have pumpkin spice ice cream. pumpkin pie m askpm&ms. pumpkin oreos. pumpkin spice pretzels from auntie ann's. >> i'll try the ice cream. >> what was the rule? what are you -- >> i don't want to eat it. i like don't -- >> try that m&m. >> i do not like them, sam i am. >> please try it. for me.
>> now, there must be something wrong with it. >> no, i like it. >> try another one. >> i need extra calories. >> i watch this show and i always have trouble sometimes when you don't try things. >> oh. >> what's the deal? >> thank you, owen. >> what is the deal? >> thank you. >> invited back tomorrow. >> oh, well, i have a flight out later. >> every day. >> i don't like pumpkin spice. i'm like the guy in sam i am. >> but he tried it at the end. did you read the end of the book? he tried it and said, i do like green eggs and ham. >> you know why there wasn't another one? he died. >> stop. >> in fact -- >> no, he didn't, kids. >> here's my reaction to pumpkin spice. we have a picture here. qua guam moe l guacamole. >> we don't have it. the king of social media, with more than 45 million followers. you know him as king bash,
>> al would be right. >> i said that earlier. >> that was a different question. >> what? >> i like to win. >> potatoes, white or sweet potatoes have a lot of nutrients. it is very good for your digestion. easily digested. it is nature's perfect carbohydrate. it has a lot of vitamin c. more potassium than a bananas. they get a bad rap because it is a carrier for sour cream and
other thins. enjoy the potatoes. the next, first clue, i go well with potatoes. >> cheese. >> cheese and potatoes? >> next, i have to be cut with a knife before you eat me. >> i just hit it for fun. >> al roker. >> my type rhymes with plank. >> what? >> flank steak. >> yes! >> okay. >> excellent. >> why this is a best food is, you know, red meat gets a bad rap but lean cuts are good. it has iron, important for circulation in your blood. >> okay. we have to get to the next because we have to win. >> next, this is something that john stamos loves to eat. >> yogurt. >> you'd be right. >> greek yogurt. >> you know. >> commercial. >> non-fat or fat.
great for teeth, bones and also the pro buy ybiotics. okay. i'm orange on the bottom and green on the top. >> carrots. >> yes, you got that one. >> that's great. >> nice. >> color in vegetables is always good for you. carrots are a good pick because they're cheap. people like them. you can have the baby carrots which, by the way, come from big carrots. regular carrots will have a great taste. mix them with vegetables people don't like like peas. >> next. >> okay, jenna. >> counter part to bolts. >> nuts. >> we didn't hear. >> it's all right. >> the thing is, nuts are great. great for your heart. they're a great protein. great heart-healthy fat. small amount is good. a small handful. >> okay. >> how do we feel about all or nothing? >> not even close.
>> listen carefully. this is my season. >> pumpkin. >> oh. >> no, okay. >> you pick me from a tree. >> apple. >> yes! >> you got it. >> all or nothing. >> no, it's not all or nothing. >> apple a day keeps a doctor away. it is true. it has fiber. a lot of antioxidants. good for wrinkles. keeping with anti-aging. all doing great. you did very well. >> awesome game show host. >> owen, you're getting a $100 gift card to whole foods so you can buy those things. >> oh. >> when you go back to oklahoma. do they have one there? >> we certainly do. we scoured the internet for the funniest viral videos that will put you know who likes to be in control? this guy. check it out! self-appendectomy! oh, that's really attached. that's why i rent from national. where i get the control to choose any car
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>> thank you so much. >> speaking of joy, whatever you're doing right now, take a break because you don't want to miss this. >> we found some of the funniest viral videos that will make you lol. >> laugh out loud. >> here with her favorite feel-good finds is parenting contributor lauren. good morning to you. >> good morning. some videos to brighten your day. you'll love these. >> nothing cuter than a baby. what if there was a baby with a strong voice? >> that's right. take your newborn home from the hospital. what do you say in you have to muse yourself somehow. this is what this does. >> mommy. mommy! stop him now. why is my voice so deep? i do not know. >> so cute. the baby is like, i don't know about this guy, mom. dad is like, roll with it. i'm exhausted. sometimes the parents, the head of the household. other times, it is the pet. >> exactly. >> this pug adds new meaning to the word babysitting. check this out.
>> oh, this is -- wait, what is he? >> oh, take a seat right there. >> right? >> we need to put this video on our phone, so when our kids throw tantrums, we remember how adorable they can be. >> so cute. >> the next one, what is this? >> you're teaching your kid to talk and make them repeat stuff, right? say paper, and give them the paper. this little girl wants ice cream. she just can't really say it. >> i. >> i. >> want. >> want. >> ice cream. >> can she not say it? >> delta. >> delta. >> eat. >> eat. >> ice cream. >> aono. >> what the heck are you saying? say ice. >> ice. >> cream. >> cream. >> i. >> i. >> want. >> want. >> ice cream. >> pisono. >> too cute. >> trying to think of a word my kids couldn't say. >> my baby thinks we live in new
nork city. >> that's cute. >> once you pronounce the food, you have to protect it from your siblings and wild animals. >> let's see this one. >> is he coming? >> hello. hello. oh! ah. [ laughter ] [ crying ] >> is that a pie in a box? if so, that's a shame. >> what is worse is it is in his lap. can you imagine? could have gone horribly wrong. >> came to the window one time. >> humor me on this last one. it is not about parenthood or childhood, but it is about being awesome. this swiss skier honing his craft. this is awesome. check this out. >> let's see this. we can caulk through this. no sound. that's impressive. how do they think of these things? >> no snow. no problem. >> whew. >> does this not firing you up? >> i'd be on the ground by now.
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can we? >> right. >> i know. this is really so much fun. a cowgirl boot embellished with a great silver star. these are also by anna swede for inc. throw these with anything else in the wardrobe and you have the western vibrations trend. >> it's like boho, too. >> you do the boho thing. >> during the day. i mean, or night. day, i'm sort of pinned up. thank you so much. >> so cute. >> next up, we have kristen. we have blooming bold trend. >> which you're wearing. >> you're wearing. >> well. >> it's really all about, you know, fall florals, more is more. we mean luxurious fabrics, dark, moody florals. start with her dress from french connection. it is a beautiful velvet, which is so yummy. loving these gold blooms. we love, i think, a great "it" piece for fall. it is the great moto jacket. this is a faux leather from
levi's. downtown cool to anything you pair it with. now the booties from bar 3. the big news is the color wine. you're going to see it everywhere. >> i love it. >> i call that ox blood. >> it's beautiful. >> let's say you're not into florals. there is a deconstructed modern. >> we don't know what it means. >> an exciting trend. >> oh. >> here we have rebecca. what you're looking for is architectural looks. lots of tailoring. you know, when we say deconstructed, we mean reimagined. >> i love that. >> here, we got a reimagined men's shirt. >> yes. >> the oversized collar, the off the shoulder, which is still huge for fall. i love the shirttail hem here. then the men's pinstripe suiting fabric. this is from kenzie. the sock booty, you'll see these everywhere. they're by inc. >> i want those. can you leave them? >> what size are they? >> i know, right? >> thanks, rebecca.
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beets, get them ready for a sunday supper with the family. you can get the larger beets. the baby beets will cook faster for you. >> okay. >> we're going to trim the tops. these tops can be saved to saute and use as a side dish or put into a smoothie. we're going to season these guys with a little white wine vinegar. >> interesting. >> a little salt. >> why vie gnegar? >> it'll add ascidity to this. we have basil stems. aluminum foil. really tight. >> for a good reason, right? >> we get a steamy action as we roast them. they'll be easier to peel. if we open this up -- >> you let it cool first. >> cool a little bit. we put it in the oven for 55 minutes. >> smell that? >> it's great. >> at 350 degrees. we're going to take one of these guys out. i'm going to trim the top.
all i have to do is take a little paper towel, and i'm going to just peel the outside of this right off. >> we don't want the skin on, okay. >> easy. >> you can take the skin off. that's what we have here. little twist on this is to add some lime juice and some lime zest. we'll add a little olive oil. if you want to just mix that up -- >> lookie here. >> little pepper. >> we're pairing the beets with cheese. it's like a creamy mozzarella. this pairing goes well together. >> put it on top. >> we're going to go right on top here. we're going to finish this off with some fresh herbs, if you're lucky enough to have an herb garden. >> if you can't find berada, what do you do? >> mozzarella cheese. >> slice up mozzarella. >> go for it. >> we've got, in this case,
we're going to do some end of the season/early fall ingredi t ingredients. eggplant. >> these are cute. >> graffiti eggplant. without those, you can have japanese eggplant. >> what steak are we doing? >> pairing it with a new york strip steak. the key is to bring it out at room temperature for an hour before you cook it. you get a nice, even cooking on that. >> sure. >> we'll add some of the eggplants right to the grill. >> you can do this if you have the backyard grill going? >> even in a kitchen. >> okay. >> we'll let the steak rest while we're grilling our eggplants. let it rest for five minutes. you'll retain the juices inside. and we've made a little salsa verde. >> nice. >> it is just some nice herbs. a little capers, a little garlic. we have our nicely cooked steak we'll put on top. >> that's sweet. >> i have, again, at the end of
the season, we still have tomatoes around. we're going to season these guys up. add them to our plate with some of the grilled eggplant. that's what we have here. >> very nice. >> need you guys to try this. >> we ate it. the berada was delicious. >> you know what they say, ha kuna berada. garrison, thank you so much. we appreciate it. find the recipes at today.com/food. we're back in a moment. first, this is "today" on nbc. >> delicious. >> really, really good. good thursday morning. we're starting out with clouds this morning but all that clears out as we go through the day and especially for inland areas, it will be very pleasant. highs in san jose up to 77 degrees and 7le in livermore. in oakland a high op 76. still some 60s along the
coastline. in san francisco 67 today. more of that weather staying nice and cool going throughout the weekend. early next week we'll be watching out for a few spotty showers especially farther to the north. all the inland areas will have breezy winds today up to 79 degrees and low 80s. warmest day saturday up to 82 then starting to cool down as we go into the start of next week. we'll continue to watch out for that chance of rain especially parter to the north. this may include the north bay starting on monday and going throughout wednesday. we'll have more updates as we head into the next several days.
there's some of it right there. >> how do you start doing this? where did these videos come from? >> i went to film school. >> cool. >> and i started making youtube videos. they cost between $5,000 to $20,000. i said, you know what, let me start doing them on my phone. >> yeah. >> it worked. >> boom. >> it worked. >> 45 million people later. >> amazing. i know you're busy. you have a lot coming up for you. tell us about "where is the money"? >> it's a movie coming out october 20th. myself, terry cruz. >> whoa. >> wow. >> you made it. >> i made it! >> mama, i made it! >> instagram who? >> what? >> yeah. >> that is very cool. >> congratulations. >> so happy to know ya. >> maybe some of your followers will follow us. >> they probably already do. >> you can ask them to. you want to? >> follow king batch because i need more. and al roker, of course. >> yes. >> thank you so much.
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