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>> the time change, we are getting used to it. we are back at 7:25 with a live local update. >> join us at 11:00. officials now revealing he wor a face mask with a skull on it. a survivor speaking out. >> you could see his feet. >> we'll have the latest from texas this morning. breaking overnight, president trump arrives in south korea, amid escalating tensions
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with its neighbor to the north. >> north korea is a worldwide threat, that requires worldwide action. >> the president shifting his tone. telling kim jong-un, it's time to make a deal. ban. florida state university bans fraternities and sororities indefinitely after the death of a freshman pledge. all that, plus what motivated rand paul's neighborhood to allegedly brutally attack him. the new glitch driving iphone users scary. skaurt scare, a man jumps on the baggage belt and makes his way to the tarmac before being swarmed by the ground crew. the incident under investigation, the man in custody. tuesday, november 7th, 2017. >> from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, everybody. welcome to "today." nice to have you with us on a tuesday morning.
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>> that airport video is scary. that's a situation airports will need to rethink and fix in a big hurry. we want to get to the overnight developments in the investigation in the massacre in the texas church. one of the survivors inis sharing her heartbreaking story for the first time. we have two reports. we'll start with miguel almaguer in sutherland springs, texas. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the air force is investigating how the suspect was able to obtain a gun after being convicted of domestic violence while in the military. under federal law, that should not have happened. this as we learn more about the massive stockpile of ammo used in the shooting. >> reporter: this morning new images emerging. devin kelley unloaded hundreds of rounds, emptying 15 magazine
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clips from an assault rifle like this one, all while dressed in black, according to authorities wearing a face mask with a white skull on it. >> i can tell you that the scene in there is horrific. not even a word to describe it. >> reporter: police suggesting kelley's at tk on the first baptist church may not have been random. and questions may have been raised if he was targeting his mother-in-law who was a member of the church but not there on sunday. >> we know there was conflict between the families. whether that was revenge or not, would be speculation on my part. >> reporter: more than two dozen parishioners killed in the rampage. nearly half of the victims children, all gunned down during a sermon like this one last week. rosanna sole las was shot but survived by hiding under a pew. >> could see his feet, walking back and forth and through the aisles. i didn't want to get shot in the
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head. he was going to see me, i knew it. >> reporter: officials say after he left the church, the suspect was con fronted by an armed neighb neighbor, stephen williford who shot him in the torso and leg. >> every time i heard a shot, i knew that represented a life. i was scared to death. >> reporter: after a high-speed chase, the gunman would fire his last shot, a bullet to his own head. but authorities now say kelley should have never been able to legally purchase the assault rifle and two handguns discovered in his suv. in 2012, the former air force service member was convicted of assaulting his wife and fracturing his baby stepson's skull. the domestic violence conviction should have made it illegal for kelley to purchase weapons. but the air force admits his court-martial was never entered
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into the national criminal database, a mistake the department of defense is now reviewing. at a somber vigil overnight, the two heroes credited with stopping the bloodshed, share a warm embrace. two men that saved lives, while others are fighting for their own. police are mapping out the crime scene. investigators say of the gunman was shot during the high-speed chase and took his own life, he called his father and said he wasn't going the make it. investigators say the gunman's family is cooperating. savann savannah. we are learning more about the victims of this crime. including eight members of this tight-knit family. and the pastor who was out of town, but lost his own daughter, is speaking out. nbc's gabe gutierrez has that story. >> reporter: good morning. the sheriff says half of the victims were children. one just a toddler.
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one family coping with unimaginable loss. three generations gunned down here at the place where they worshipped. this morning, in this small texas town, prayers for the 26 who died praying. the holcombe family's grief, especially heart breaking. eight family members. three generations, spanning 60 years. >> i knew that carla and brian were killed. i knew that. and i called her. and her phone rang and rang and rang. i knew then. >> brian holcomb, leading the congregation in prepare. his wife, carla, there, too, as usual. the services were a family affair. son, danny, with his daughter. sister-in-law crystal who was pregnant. her husband john did survive.
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but thrshe and three of her fiv children did not make. >> knowing the individuals as children and his wife. all gone. >> reporter: they were not the only family torn apart. joanne ward and two children brook and emily also gone. their brother now fighting for his life. daughter rihanna hid under a pew. a bullet shattering her glasses but sparing her. >> reporter: pastor frank pomeroy and his wife were out of town. but they were not spared, either. losing their 14-year-old daughter annabel. this tight knit community -- >> what do you tell the grieving families? >> i'm working on that. >> reporter: answers, too. >> you don't run into people like the holcombes. every day. >> reporter: how does the
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community replace a family like that? >> they don't. the only thing a community can do is use their example that they set. be good neighbors and give and love each other. >> reporter: 20 people were wounded. the most serious rushed to a hospital in san antonio. overnight two people were discharged. twro adults and two children remain hospitalized. their conditions range from serious to critical. matt and savannah. >> gabe gutierrez, with that start of the story. we move overseas. the president's visit to south korea, amid rising tensions with the north. during a news conference, he declared that the rogue nation's nuclear ambitions are a worldwide threat. otherwise, toned down his rhetoric. peter alexander is in seoul for ,us. >> reporter: matt and savannah, nearly 30 miles from the border. trump making no mention of little rocket man. no talk of destroying north
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korea. a much more moderate tone from this president, who weeks ago said direct talks with north korea would be a waste of time. today, he's not ruling them out. after months of tough talk at north korea from home, president trump, here on the korean peninsula, touting america's military arsenal in the region. >> many things are happening we are hoping to god we never have to use. >> reporter: the president claiming a lot of progress with north korea, urging kim jong-un's reeej to negotiate an end to the nuclear crisis. >> it makes sense for north korea to come to the table and make a deal that's good for the people of north korea and the people of the world. >> reporter: on the north's rogue dictator -- >> he is indeed threatening millions and millions of lives
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so needlessly. north korea is a worldwide threat that requires worldwide action. >> reporter: mr. trump praising his south korean host for spending wisely on military expansion. >> the president and i have agreed they will be buying -- which they want and need and everybody thinks it makes a lot of sense. >> but knocking the price tag of a joint base. >> that was long before my time. i could have built it less. that's what i do. >> reporter: the base, camp humphries, the first stop where he had lunch with the troops. where he seemed to let his foreign policy to fate. >> it all works out. it has to work out. >> reporter: president trump getting a lavish welcome and high praise from president moon. >> you are making progress as making america great again as you promised on the campaign trail. >> reporter: the leader seemed
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to agree, knowing the anniversary of his election. >> it was a great victory. a victory that made people happy. >> reporter: tonight, president trump finishing up dinner with his south korea host. the first state visit by a u.s. president to this country in 25 years. on the 34e7b knew, korean beef and a 360-year-old soy sauce, more than a century older than the united states itself. matt and savannah, back to you. >> peter, thank you. a lot more to get to. it is election day. eyes on a couple of key gubernatorial races. republican ed gillespie is closing the gap on democrat northam. gillespie has similar views as the nfl protests. in new jersey, phil murphy holds a double-digit lead over kim guadano. taxes and immigration key issues in that campaign. >> also this morning, florida state university indefinitely
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suspended all greek life activities as police investigate the death of a young fraternity pledge. it's the latest case tied to a problem that faces colleges across the country. ns . nbc's ron mott has the story. >> reporter: florida state university is blowing the whistle an fraternities and sororities, after late last week, a young man died here. this morning, a major push for change in the wake of tragedy at florida state university. the school easement announcing the indefinite suspension of all greek life following the death of a fraternity pledge at an off-campus house party. >> i want to send a message that we have a serious problem and we need to deal with it. >> reporter: the ban coming days after 20-year-old andrew coffey was found unresponsive at this house where he attended the party thursday night. investigators believe alcohol may have played a role in his death. >> we are awaiting the results of an autopsy. no cause of death has been
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determined. >> reporter: after coffey's death, the national office suspended the chapter's operations. and told nbc news in a statement, the members of the chapter have been directed to cooperate fully with the investigation. along with the pause on all greek long, fsu's president also instituted a ban on alcohol at all student organization events for more than 700 recognized groups on campus. >> our students and their organizations on campus must step up. they will be able to participate and should participate in the solution. >> reporter: the far-reaching move prompting a mixed reaction from students this morning >> it's kind of rash. but something like this is needed to enact change. >> we've been trying really hard to bring the reputation back up. >> reporter: coffey's death, marking the latest in an ala alarming national trend. two months ago an-year-old died at a frat event where pledges were forced to drink if they couldn't answer questions about
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a fraternity. and in february, 19-year-old piazza died after consuming a lethal amount of alcohol and falling down a flight of stairs. fsu's president hoping to prevent more tragedies and teach students a valuable lesson. >> it's my hope that nobody has to suffer this kind of tragedies. >> reporter: the suspension of greek activities coms amid an arrest in an unrelated case. a member of another fraternity has been charged with drug trafficking. back to you. >> ron mott, thank you. explosive developments in the harvey weinstein scandal. according to a new reporter "the new yorker" weinstein hired private investigators, some former israeli intelligence agents to dig up dirt on his accusers and reporters looking into his behavior. nbc senior national correspondent kate snow has more on that. what can you tell us? >> reporter: the headline of this report by ronan farrow says it all. harvey weinstein's army of spies.
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one of the accusers, why didn't i and other women speak out sooner? we were followed by ex-mossad agents. isn't that terrifying? very. it sounds like the scene of a hollywood thriller that harvey weinstein may have once produced. the movie mogul reportedly hiring private investigators who sometimes used false identities to gather information on women and reporters trying to expose weinstein. one of the investigators pretended to be a women's rights advocate, and convinced rose mcgowan to meet with her four times this year. all the while, the former israeli defense s officer was working for weinstein, pressing mcgowan for information and reporting back. mcgowan is the most vocal of the nearly 90 weinstein accusers. she says weinstein raped her. he has repeatedly denied any allegation of non-consensual sex. after "the new yorker" article
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came out, mcgowan tweeted, i sleigh dragons. but weinstein did not fall from grace without a fight. over the course of a year, weinstein had agencies target or collect information on dozens of individuals and compile psychological profiles that sometimes focused on their personal or sexual history. weinstein monitored the progress of the investigations personally. the article also says weinstein strong armed former employees to help him and hired a freelance jury roomist to dig around. weinstein's attorneys did not respond to an nbc news request for comments. but a spokesperson told "the new yorker," it's a fiction to suggest that any individuals were targeted or suppressed at any time. weinstein ag cueser anabela said she was scared and suspicious when she got a call. i knew what it was to be threatened by harvey. according to "the new yorker,"
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some of the investigative work was funneled through attorney david boys, who counseled al gore in the 2004 presidential recount. now in "the new yorker," boise confirmed his signed contracts with two of the investigative agencies. he calls his firm's involvement my mistake. >> it's common for law enforcements to use investigators on the part of their clients. the gray area is what exactly investigators can do for their clients. boyse didn't respond to our request for comment but told "the new yorker," reporters should not have been pressured. if that did happen here, that would not be appropriate. the television academy has voted to expel harvey weinstein for life now. and ben affleck is donating any money he makes off of weinstein films to charity.
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he faced criticism of his own behavior after he condemned weinstein now says he wants to be part of the solution. s he wants to be part of the solution. >> thank you very much. >> we turn to getting our first check on the weather. >> we've got a lot of rain going on now. especially in the sections midsections of the country. the we're talking about heavy rain currently in nashville, south of nashville some areas picking up eight inches of rain in the last three hours. this system pushes to the south. heavy rain later this afternoon and this evening, moves to the mid atlantic. some snow in the upper elevations of new york state and new england as well. and then, as that system moves away, we'll see our waves developing along the system tomorrow, mid atlantic states seeing heavier rain anywhere from about 1 to 2 inch the through wednesday. we're going to get to your local forecast coming in up in the next 30 seconds. small businesses show their love to you. with some friendly advice, a genuine smile and a warm welcome
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grievence counselors will good morning to you. it is 7:26, i'm laura garcia. grief counselors will be on hand at the olympic high school where a 17-year-old student was shot and killed yesterday, moments after classes let out. a memorial is growing where the shooting happened. the gunman got out of a black car and approached young people firing several times. the victim ran toward campus where staffers tried to save him. they have not released his identity. there's no word of arrest or possible suspect. switching gears, a look at the forecast with kari. >> clear skies and chilly temperatures. a very nice day. the high temperatures for san jose up to 70 degrees and for san francisco, 63.
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66 today in oakland. then we await for the rain that will be here for tomorrow. here is the storm system and it's well off to the north. that will be here by tomorrow afternoon, bringing us off and on rain along with gusty winds. still showers in the forecast for thursday and friday. clearing out for saturday. inland areas, we'll have the warmest day into the upper 60s. once the rain moves in, cooling off for the weekend. let's get an update on the roads from mike. overall, looking at what you expect for a tuesday, the pronounced change for the last half hour for highway 85 and 87. it's not so bad for the valley. a very tough drive, steady slowing down through berkeley, focusing on an earlier area. university, there was a crash. that cleared. a tough one this morning. about an hour from highway 4 to the berkeley curve. there you go, 61 minutes.
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slow northbound for 580. back to you. >> thank you, another update coming up in a half hour.
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7:30, now, on this tuesday 7:30 on this tuesday morning. it's a beautiful day here in new york city. hopefully nice where you are this morning. >> a little bit chilly. we'll start with the headlines, what we're now learning about the gunman and victims in that texas massacre. >> motive revealed. police indicate the deadly texas shooting may have stemmed from a family dispute as survivors from inside the church emerge to share their stories. >> i knew that bullet was going to hit my head. i told the lord, i want to live, father, i don't want to die. i don't want to die. >> new questions this morning about how the shooter was able to purchase the assault rifle used in the attack while the
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hero who confronted him speaks out. >> every time i heard a shot, i knew that probably represented a lif life. i was scared to death. shifting tones. president trump in south korea holds back on talk of fire and fury. instead, signaling a willingness to negotiate with north korea. >> it makes sense for north korea to come to the table and make a deal. behind bars. former congressman anthony weiner reports to prison for his nearly two-year sentence for sexting a minor. dramatic rescue. police dash cam video captures officers and bystanders working together to grab a driver from a burning car in california. quality on tape. a man reportedly climbs through a baggage belt at the miami airport and then sprints onto the tarmac before being tackled and handcuffed. the airport investigating how
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that happened today, tuesday, november 7, 2017. >> airports are going to look hard of that. >> think about how many times you've been in the airport from late flight and there's nobody at the ticket courters. hopefully they have a door that covers that. but nobody there. new information about the braise zen and bizarre attack that left kentucky senator rand paul with major injuries. his neighbor arrested. blake mccoy is in bowling green with more on that. >> reporter: good morning to you. this is the senator's home town. he was mowing his lawn when he was attacked by a next door neighbor. the big question this morning, why? >> they will not work on repealing one regulation. >> reporter: fire brand republican senator rand paul accused of duking it out politically on capitol hill. but this morning he's recovering after a physical attack outside
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his kentucky home. his attacker, his naeighbor ren boucher. it happened friday. boucher's home, right next door to senator paul's. separated by a lawn but no fence. sources say the senator was mowing his grass, wearing headphones when the attack happened. boucher came on to his property and tackled him from behind, forcing him to the ground. paul's spokesperson said the senator suffered five rib fractures. neighbors say paul and boucher have feuded from years about everything from politics to leaves blowing, leaves blowing from one yard to another. jim skaggs knows both men well. >> reporter: what is the reason for the latest dispute? >> trash along the property line. >> reporter: blowing on the other person's yard? boucher's attorney confirms this
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has nothing to do with politics. >> this is just a very regrettable incident between two gentlemen who have lived next door to each other for nearly 20 years. >> reporter: paul tweeting thank you for your thoughts and prayers. no word on when paul, a key republican senator, will be well enough to fly back to washington to resume his party's push for tax reform. >> we're thinking about him and hoping he will recover quickly and be able to come back to the senate very soon. >> reporter: the fbi is investigating because attacking a member of congress is a federal crime. by all accounts, this appears to be a neighborly dispute that reached a boiling point. mr. boucher is out on bond and ordered to stay away from mr. paul and his family. >> blake, thank you very much. a neighborly dispute, you're tackling a member of the u.s. senate.
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it makes no sense >> as a teenager would say, i can't even. al, what's shaking in the weather? >> we have flood warnings out for parts of tennessee. really watching this system. a developing flash flood warning until 8:45 central standard time. again, some dangerous conditions. high-water rescues. out west, we have a big system that's going to be pushing in, bringing rain and snow up into the mountains, into northern california over several days. clouds will thicken. winds will increase as the system moves in. heavy snow will be falling in the mountains. a really soaking rain hitting the pacific coast. look at some of the rainfall totals, upwards of five inches or more. southwestern oregon into northwestern california. and heavier mountain snows, today into thursday. that's what's we are enjoying the last bit of sunshine now. the temperatures are going to be nice and comfortable after a
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chilly start. we are heading up to 70 degrees in san jose. palo alto, a high of 68 in san francisco, 63. we talk about the timing of the rain. it holds off for tomorrow and starting to see the scattered showers moving to the north bay tomorrow afternoon. the rest of the bay area will see it in the evening and continues into thursday. >> get that weather anytime you need it. check out our friends on the weather channel on cable. nicolle wallace catching up with voters who helped put president trump in office. how are they feeling one year after election day. are your kids watching things they shouldn't be watching? and "rolling stone" founder, winner. and denim decoded. the secrets to find the right the secrets to find the right jeans ♪ this is google home mini. it's got the google assistant in it, so it's super helpful.
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32% said better off. and 26% said things are about the same. >> in the key counties, 48% of the job president trump is doing. and 50% disapprove. that leads us nicely to nicolle wallace who hit the road to talk to the actual people. >> nice to be back. one year ago, many of us were taken completely offguard by donald trump's ability to flip blue counties and make them red. he couldn't have done it without winning over a lot of democrats. and for the past year, we've hit the road to hear their stories. >> my grandpa, my dad, they were union guys. i never thought about voting for a republican. >> reporter: they're the voters that shock washington. >> first time i voted republican in many years. >> reporter: former democrats, supporters of president obama, even first-time voters. all of them crossing over one year ago, helping to send donald trump to the white house. >> we all thought it was time to change. >> reporter: how do they feel
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now? in erie county, pennsylvania, thousands of democrats helped make donald trump the first republican to win there since ronald reagan. if you listen to talk radio. >> i support him now more than ever. >> reporter: this is still trump country. >> he told you how he was going to lead. he's doing it that way. >> reporter: a recent poll by a local university, finds the president's approval is sleeping. >> a mercy hurt center, says six in ten voters have an unfavorable opinion of him. >> there's a sense in this poll he isn't doing what he said he was going to do. >> reporter: lisa adams is a long-time reporter in erie, who saw the support before election day. now, she's seeing something else. >> i think some of the policies are respected by people who voted for him. but his behavior and all those distractions make it hard for them to believe that he's really
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going to accomplish what he said he would accomplish. >> reporter: in erie county, donald trump's approval rateling has dropped almost ten points since election day. why do you think that is? >> it hasn't dropped at my house. >> reporter: when we met judy phelps in january, she was excited about the future. how did you feel on election day? >> this is wonderful. >> reporter: how can we forget this message? >> think before you speak. >> reporter: a year after voting for her first republican president, she still supports him, but worries he didn't hear her advice. >> when i knew he was going to go on a 12-day tour of china and japan, i was keeping my fingers crossed that he is diplomatic. >> are you nervous when he talks? >> a little bit. >> it's getting worse. it's getting rougher. >> reporter: dave locke lost his job at general electric last year. he supported bernie sanders in the primaries, but moved over to donald trump. >> we see what's happening with
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general electric, where they're cutting way back. >> reporter: when trump xand here, he spoke to dave and other laid off g.e. workers. >> reporter: a year later, g.e. is shedding more than 500 additional jobs. but save has no regrets. >> i think he's doing a good job. i like it. >> in movies, you always see the harrison fords in that play, the president, who is tough, punches the bad guy in the face. now, we have one of those people. he's going to get things done and i think it's good. >> reporter: you were pretty critical of the president for some of the fights he was having right at about the 100-day mark. >> that fight's over. there's no need for it. >> now, he's fighting with members of his own cabinet. former presidents. republican senators. >> they would go away if everybody quit advertising across the media world. we are making him look like an
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ass. >> reporter: do you think he does anything to make himself look like an ass? >> he helps, absolutely. maybe he's not doing it the most appropriate way or with the most appropriate of words. but leave him alone and let him do his job and see what he can do. >> when we began this project, we met ten former democrats, all obama supporters, who flipped for trump. all but one said they would still vote for him today. the one unhappy rovoter, if he d to do it over, he wouldn't vote for donald trump or hillary clinton, he would just stay home. >> i think it's informative and educational and listen to how their opinions evolve or don't evolve. >> and i love that dave said, it's not that he doesn't act like an ass. we hope you wouldn't show that. it's insight into their feelings about the media. we all grapple with every day. >> all right. >> it's fascinating.
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carson is in the orange room, our savior, with a fix. >> we have jeff rossen here. >> am i chopped liver, savannah? >> i'm sorry. >> this is an investigative story. it's the bug with apple's ios 11.1. >> social media users are seeing this. you type the letter eye, it gi gives you a bar code look. >> people are freaking out about it. can you make this stop? showing what jeff just showed you. mike making a mockery of it. i can't tell you how annoyed i am that i can't type the letter i on my iphone. >> there's a fix here. >> you go to settings on your phone. hit settings. then, you go to general. stroll down to keyboard.
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then, go to text we placement. put a little plus sign. where it says phrase, put a capital i. where it says short cut, put lower case eye. i'm going to hit i and it worked. >> it works for most scenarios. apple says they're working on the glitch and will make it available to fix everything. if you want to see step-by-step, what jeff just showed you. >> thank you, carson and jeff. >> is there a fix for when savannah sends you e-mails laced with emojis. >> apple is working on that, too. too. just ahead, one woman's ♪ i'm singing in the rain, just singing in the rain ♪ too. just ahead, one woman's
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good tuesday morning, i'm meteorologist, kari hall. it's 7:56. we are seeing all clear skies. as you head out, it is very chilly. temperatures now in the mid-40s and lower 40s in the north bay so bundle up. it does warm up nicely, reaching the upper 60s to low 70s today. san francisco will be a little cooler, 63 degrees there. we will start to see the rain moving in, clouds increasing by tomorrow. and the rain won't be far behind. we'll see the showers moving in by tomorrow afternoon and evening. pockets of heavy rain possible along with gusty winds and off and on rain in the forecast through thursday as well as early friday before this storm system wraps up and moves to the east. the temperatures in san francisco reaching the mid-60s today. lower 60s over the next few days and drying out in time for
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saturday. let's get an update on roads from mike. >> we have transit delays, bart recovering at coliseum and berkeley. the 8:15 ferry substituted with a bus service because of a problem. you can read about that on our website. a slow drive around the bay. tuesday dragging around the south bay. both directions away from 230 and dumbarton. back to you. >> thanks so much, mike. leaders hoping to vote for a way to pave the way for young people. it would open at valley medical center in san jose. supporters plan to be on hand when the board of supervisors post that vote. we are posting details on twitter for you. the search is on for two robbery suspects who escaped from a palo alto courthouse. you can head to our home page for the latest on how they jumped from a car to a get away
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van. another local update in a half hour. have a great tuesday. it )s been one month since flames devastated parts of the north bay. how families are still coping with the fires that changed everything. and - overnight, kari tracks the next storm heading our way. tomorrow ... 4:30 to 7. good morning, it )s 7:26...
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, masked shooters motive. new details about the man who unloaded hundreds of rounds in a texas church. >> i could see his feet walking back and forth and through the aisles. >> the shooter wearing a skull mask. and the error that allowed him to buy a gun after being charged with domestic violence. we're live on the scene. plus, unfiltered and unacceptable. >> one video is one video too many. >> outrage as inappropriate content slips through the filters of the youtube kids app.
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>> election day. we'll start with your news at 8:00. the air force investigating a mistake that may have allowed the texas church gunmen buy weapons despite his violent history. miguel almaguer is in sutherland springs with more on the killer, his victims and a possible motive. >> reporter: we're learning new details about the 26-year-old gunman and the 26 lives he took. we know he should never have been able to buy firearms. >> reporter: overnight, in this small texas town, enormous heartbreak. >> it's hard to imagine something like that can happen here. >> reporter: authorities are now releasing new details. a suspect who methodically planned a massacre. >> the scene in there, horrific is not a word to describe it. >> reporter: devin kelley may
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have been targeting his mother-in-law. but she did not attend sunday services. after the rampage, police say kelley was shot twice by steven williford. the suspect managed to survive. later taking his own life as he fled. >> every time i heard a shot, i knew that probably represented a life. i was scared to death. >> reporter: in 2012, kelley was in the air force when he was convicted of assaulting his wife and fracturing his baby's skull. discharged for bad conduct, kelley should have never been allowed to purchase firearms. but in a statement released late monday, the air force admits kelley's court-martial was never entered into the national criminal database. a mistake now under review. >> everything came to a stand still. >> reporter: nearly half of the victims were children.
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the holcombefamily lost three generations. a family still haunted and shattered by the violence. >> we're a good community. a very united community. and this is devastateliing for of us. >> reporter: investigators say after the suspect was shot, as he was driving through the high-speed chase, he called his father and didn't think he was going to live before taking his own life. investigators say the suspect's father is cooperating with investigators. trump arrived in seoul, south korea for the crucial second leg of his asia trip. the president and first lady received a ceremonial welcome. later after talks with south korea's president, mr. trump struck a moderate tone, avoiding the fiery rhetoric he's used in the past. >> it makes sense for north korea to come to the table and
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to make a deal that's good for the people of north korea and the people of the world. >> trade is also on the agenda. trump's said the agreement to buy american equipment will reduce the trade deficit. time for "hoda's morning boost." >> there's times when nothing makes you feel better than giving into the junk food cra craving. one dad used a french fry as motivation. he watched one of his daughters take her first steps. he said it's amazing. what girls will do for food. >> yeah. >> the first word, ketchup. more to get to this morning, including the problem with youtube kids. that's allowing inappropriate videos to slip through. what your kids could be watching
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online. >> jo ling kent has that story. good morning. >> reporter: youtube is facing complaints from parents who says youtube kids app allows inappropriate videos to slip through its fitters. a and children are watching them. we went to youtube to get answers. parents are sounding off about youtube kids. saying inappropriate videos like this are slipping through its filters and reaching children. but parent tweeting, we recently purged youtube kids from all devices because it got way too weird. another parent posting on facebook, that's why my kids don't use youtube anymore. we saw the videos pop up more than once and it was disturbing. the concerns show videos with inappropriate, sometimes disturbing content. using well-known cartoon characters to lure children in. one example that slipped
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through, this video, entitled paw patrol babies, that shows characters in the show in violent situations. >> it's being created by independent animators. so, kids don't stand a chance. they see a title that references a character they love. and before they know it, they're watching something that's inappropriate. >> reporter: the head of creative content at youtube kids apologized. >> we work incredibly hard, day in and day out, to maybe youtube kids a family-friendly, kid-appropriate place for families and kids. you know, just put plainly, this content should not have been in the app. >> reporter: youtube kids was launched two years ago, as a family-friendly platform for children under 13. the company says videos for kids are chosen on age, algorithm and what your child is already watching. youtube says over the last 30
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days, less than 00.005% of videos viewed have been removed from the kids' happen. the company admit no, sir automattive system is perfect. parents can block and flag videos. any video flagged goes to a team trained to review videos 24/7. >> one video is one video too many. and we strive to have that to be zero. >> reporter: as for what parents can do, seek out a trusted channel for kids online. update the parental controls you see in the app. and don't be afraid to be a helicopter pilot in this instant. if you can, use devices in an open area, like the kitchen or the living room. there's so much to juggle here, especially as the apps continue to change. guys? >> jo, thank you very much.
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scary times. >> a lot of parents' attention for sure. let's do "trending." one of the top trending items is this photo. a cyclist giving the middle finger to the president's motorcade. that spontaneous moment got a lot of attention on camera. the woman revealed her identity and then shared the photo on her page. and she went into work and made her bosses aware. the manager cited the social media policy. the event happened outside of the workplace. she works for a firm that hires government contractors. this story caused a debate online. that's the talker. people have different opinions. set your politic as aside. if you do something off-duty, it should be a fireable offense.
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>> i was late for a speech. i laid on the horn. he wouldn't move. and i did what she did. and i won't forget it. and the guy pulled over. and he said, i know your boss. and i literally for four days thought your job was over. but you do think certain jobs it reflects. if you do this job, what you do off-camera matters. >> it put her in a different category. you want to protect people's freedom of speechl a and expression. but you have the right to demand from your employees respect for the office of the presidency, if she doesn't feel like she likes the man in the president. >> she was sayin ining presiden trump, you're number one. >> thank you, carson daly. >> alternate possibility. should she have been fired? 72% said no. 28% said yes. it's interesting to see that breakdown. a lot to get to today.
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oprah winfrey's success. success doesn't run short for oprah. she dropped by harry connick jr.'s show. how fame and fortune should never change who you are. >> i'm really rich and that's cool. >> you know how rich you have to say to say it like that? >> this is the real truth. if you win the lottery, you will still be the same person. you will be the same person. and that money and those things that you will be able to buy are just a magnifying glass on who you already are. >> wise words from oprah. and harry joins oprah for the entire hour. doesn't change you. same person if you win the lottery? >> you could buy somebody to be you. we're going to go to sean combs, or the artist formerly
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known ooas brother love. he's been called p. diddy, sean john, puffy. >> due to there not wanting to be confusion, i was only joking. i didn't change my name. it's one of my alter egos. one of my alter egos is love. >> brother love, we barely knew you. you can call him any of his past names. finally, blake lively. the actress was spotted on the set of "the rhythm section." she's in character. in baggy sweats and rocking that a hair-do. what does her husband, ryan reynolds do, he shares that on instagram.
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#nofilter. payback, ryan. you have a click? >> i do have a click. thanks for that. carrey hollenbeck, trying to sell her used car. her fiance is a writer and a director. he stepped in to help the ad be a little more creatively -- take a look at the ad. >> you don't need things. you're happy with who you are. you don't care about money. you have everything you have ever wanted. introducing a used 1996 honda accord. a car for people who have life figured out and just need a way to get somewhere. luxury is a state of mind. >> that's great. >> isn't that great? >> the car was posted with a starting price of $649. within five days, the bidding had skyrocketed up to $150,000. ebay actually removed the
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listing, siting unusual bidding activity. they reposted it. the current bidding the over $2,000. >> the power of advertising. >> all right. mr. roker? >> all right. let's take a look what's been going on. you know, a lot of folks think it's been warm around here. guess what? for the entire planet since january to september, 80% of the earth's surface, warmer than afternoon. 2017 on-track to be one of the top three hottest years across the planet. the warmest nonel ni el nino ye planet. 79 cities had the warmest record. it's the third-warmest year nationwide on record. for today, we have rainy weather and cooler weather. and flooding in central tennessee today. unseasonably cold through the plains.
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and snow in the rockies. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. our temperatures warming up today. into the upper 60s and low 70s. this is exactly where we should be for the beginning of november. and we will have a lot of sunshine. and then we get ready for a cold front set to move in for tomorrow. here's some storm system here on the satellite imagery. as it approaches, set to bring in some rain for the north bay starting out tomorrow afternoon. some of the heavier rain arriving through tomorrow evening. and we'll still be lingering throughout the day on thursday. >> don't forget, if you're heading out the door, take us with you. tomorrow at 1:00, the hoda show, followed on thursday, by "today confidential." for five decades, "rolling stone" magazine has been the home of the cool, the groundbreaking and the controversial. while its focus is music, its
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influence has stretched into pop culture, entertainment and politics. ultimately becoming the cultural bible for baby boomers. jann wenner has been at the helm since 1967. 50 years ago this wednesday. jann, good to see you. >> i'm doing well. >> give me the two-cent mission statement when you foubnlded th magazine. >> "rolling stone" is the people that believe in music. all of the attitude that music embra embraces. >> tell me the moment, you realized you had entered the consciousness of this country. when you said, we've made it. we achieved our mission statement? >> i remember the first big flurry we were involved on. we printed that cover of john
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lennon and yoko ono naked. it says, naked beatle perils s.f. >> it's poignant. you put it on the cover of the magazine after he died. i think annie leibovitz shot the other photo of him, on the day he was actually killed. >> yeah. >> you look back at the times you had in the magazine, what are you most proud of in terms of a social issue that you got ahead of? >> well, we've been really strong on gun control. we followed that for a long time. it's an outrage that nothing has been done. we've been very strong on pot legalization, which is getting done. now, we're involved in one of the legal publications discussing climate change. >> 1985, you did a two-part article on the aids epidemic.
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at a time when this country was trying to get its head around what this was. do you think you changed the conversation? >> it was the first big national piece about aids. it got everybody's attention. it was popping up here and there. but the issue hadn't been focused and crystallized into one coherent explanation of what was going on. >> the person on the cover more than anyone else is -- bob dylan. >> bob dylan. >> is that because of your own personal fandom? >> no. because he keeps putting out albums. is it bob dylan? >> yeah. that's according to our research. >> i'm sure you're right. >> 1998, you and others interviewed then-candidate bill clinton. what did you recognize that told you he was going to be a political force? >> he was young. very eloquent and spoken. he had a glib thing about him.
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he was personable. >> and he knew how to handle the media. how to use the media. >> he was young and charming. >> in 2013 august, you put one of the boston bombers on the cover of the magazine. >> right. >> a lot of people said you glamorized him. was it a mistake? >> i think, looking back, i would not have done it again. i think that cover is so powerful an idea. and so iconic a place to be, that people's minds reserved for heroes only. and he was a villain. it was a mistake to have a villain there. that picture, he looked like a rock star. he looked like the kid who lived next door. and now, that aspect of it really hurt people. it was a great story. but i would not have put it on the cover. >> is that the biggest do-over? >> the other one is the university of virginia case. we got really duped by someone who came in and sold us a story
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that was false. >> you have yourself achieved a level of fame that you've been covering for many years. what's the one thing you learned about fame that you didn't know before you achieved it? >> i don't -- i don't know. i know if -- you get good reservations at good restaurants quickly. that's about the best of it. >> something in the headlines right now. you're not happy with a biography that just came out. >> it's shallow. >> and you used a bold, blank word. you commissioned the book. >> i agree. >> isn't the book in some ways kind of like one of -- an article that would appear in "rolling stone" magazine? >> no. it's shallow and inaccurate. and against all standards of excellence that we have. >> are you going to commission any other books? >> one on you. >> great. good luck with that. jann wenner, thanks very much.
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>> pleasure. >> congratulations on 50 years of "rolling stone." back ini )m ... the two men now facing good morning. it's 8:26. i'm marcus washington. the two men facing involuntary manslaughter charges in last year's deadly oakland warehouse trial are expected in court today for a pretrial hearing. the warehouse manager and the live-in tenant each face 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter. that's one for every victim who died in that fire. the district attorney argues both men acted recklessly when they held a crowded dance party in the building and failed to get proper permits. so far, there is still no timetable on when an actual criminal trial might begin. and a tough commute for a lot of people all over the bay including the oakland area, mike. >> that's right, marcus. in fact, especially for one of the oakland areas here, north
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880 jams up toward about 23rd where there was a crash and disabled vehicle on the opposite side. that's the red sensors. it's not just for 880, it's also for 580 westbound, highway 24. east shore freeway is improving because the crash at gill man cleared to the shoulder. this still has a crash on the shoulder, north 680 up into almamill. south of course out of the walnut creek interchange. silicon valley just dragging through. 85 at freemont the latest crash is causing more slowing. >> pack your patience this morning. another local news update in an hour.
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together, we're building a better california. ♪ hi. we're back, now, 8:30 on a tuesday morning. the 7th day of november, 2017. and we've got a nice crowd outside. braving some chillier than normal temperatures, at least for us over the last couple of days. >> got some math on winter now. >> yesterday was like a rain forest out here. and now, it's freezing. >> freezing and cold. al roker said no coats.
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so, we're suffering, on his behalf. >> uh-huh. >> we want to remind you, we have great music coming up this week. tomorrow, grammy winner sam smith will be here. a show for a great concert. new music out. it's fantastic. >> his record is tracking to be number one, in a competitive week, blake shelton, maroon five. sam smith is going to have his first number one record ever. a nice, healthy, wonderful crowd out here. and we're checking you out. i see a little boy named matthew. hi, sweetie. how are you? >> good. >> you wake up at 7:30. you get dressed at 7:35. you crush your teeth at 7:55. and you cuddle with your mom at 8:00 to watch the "today" show. >> is it your birthday? >> almost. >> how about we give you a birthday present. you can snuggle with your mom
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and a "today" show pillow. congratulations. >> so cute. >> moms across the country hearts melted. >> i want to snuggle. comie ing up, you dread shopping for jeans. our style mavin liliana vasquez is here. she has everything we need to know. and newlyweds out there with more kitchen equipment than cooking skills, martha stewart is here. she has ideas for the modern couple. megyn kelly, what do you have? >> mooarilu henner has that memory. her partner got a diagnosis. and she found herself in that role, where you're the caretaker. and how they got through it. and then, we're going to talk about, three weeks until thanksgiving. my goal is to lose three pounds until then. i don't like the nonsense
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recipes. and so, we're going to talk about what to order in the restaurants to take off just a few pounds. >> that's all right. >> we can't have the bread, right? >> follow me for the next three weeks. and we will have it together. matt will cook it. >> no, i'm not. let's get a check of the weather. >> all righty. let's see what we have for you. starting with today. we're going to look at a lot of wet weather, making its way through the tennessee river valley. snow in the rockies. unseasonably cold through the plains. southern texas gets wet tomorrow. heavy rain moves into the pacific northwest, with some mountain snows. warm and humid down through southern florida and central florida. and look at cooler weather through the great lakes and northern new that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we have a clear and chilly start to the day but it will be a very
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nice afternoon. and we're talking about some upper 60s and low 70s for the inland area. san francisco expecting a high of 63. and for tomorrow, the rain moves in. so we won't see all of the sunshine lasting very long. we will have the rain off and on throughout the day on thursday. and then wrapping up on friday. saturday looks dry but then another storm system will be set to move in on sunday. >> don't forget. you can always get the weather you need, check out our friends on the weather channel on cable. you know, i've always wanted to do this. and the flowers are still standing. "today health" is sponsored by for your sweetheart. go to foryour one of the nation's deadliest diseases, affects 30
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tips to best fit your pbody typ. no one wants to go jeans shopping. >> i think it's almost worse than swimsuit shopping. it's so frustrating and takes so much time. hopefully today, i can cut the guesswork out of buying jeans. >> if you consider yourself like a pear shape, what is the jean that fits best? >> you want to find a jean that's a flare. a flare jean and a boot cut, will you turn sideways, the flare goes from the knee-down. it's a wider bell shape at the bottom. you want to go for more of a mid to a high-rise. if you find a jean that's modeled after a trouser. and keep the wash uniformed. >> you don't want the
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straight-on wide leg. you want the flare. >> petite. i can't believe petite people have a problem buying jeans. >> typically jeans come at 28 or a 30-inch inseam. if you're like us, you're looking for a 26-inch inseam. they're nearly impossible to find. short people rejoice. these are from asos. they're a smooth, denim. they're also cropped, too. they're a mid-rise. they really extend the line of her leg. and they make her look tall from the waist-down. >> i don't think anyone looks good in low rise. >> i think low rise is really hard. let's put those away. >> hourglass figure. >> this is kelly ann. this is what i call the girlfriend scene. finally, our lady designers made
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them flatter our curves. these, again, are a high-rise. >> i like the high-rise. >> they fit her through the hips, through the butt. and they hit right at the ankle, to really relax, slim but not skinny. >> this is the rosetta stone of jeans. >> everybody has a favorite pair of black pants. they have the super skinny jean. they are a true mid rise. they're not too high or too low. you can dress them up or down. they are under $50. >> what? >> they are the jean you want to wear all season long. wear them with sneakers or heels. really, it's the unicorn of jeans. we thought there was not one jean that flattered every body
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type. >> and 50 bucks? you hit the jackpot. for more on these, head to do you rely too much on takeout? martha stewart, she has the solution. first this, is "today"
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♪ "today foods" is brought to you by pillsbury. >> first comes love. then comes marriage. then, a whole lot of take-out. if you're a newly married, culinary-challenged couple. martha stewart's new book is great, called "newlywed kitchen." martha is here along with newlyweds on our plaza, ready for her advice. >> the recipes are great. over 110 recipes. lots of beautiful photographs.
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and they're simple to make dinners. i think newlyweds will eat at home at least three nights a week. >> you can make them quickly. that leaves you time after dinner for newlywed things. >> chicken pot pies. >> you use store-bought but delicious puff pastry. and you saute, onions, carrot, finch, and the filling. we give you hints what you need in your kitchen. what kind of pots and pans. ? right in the ramiken. no pastry on the bottom. >> it's pretty cold out here at the "today" show. >> let's make a point that over here, we want to put a little "x" on the top there.
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>> that lets the steam out. and this gets glued with the egg war. pop it into the oven. in pops up, and look at what comes out. >> i want to show how you do that a little bit. that's beautiful. >> look how gorgeous this is? and as gorgeous inside as it is outside. it's really delectable. >> savannah is with newlyweds with a ve. >> claire and mike, they just got married. you have a question? >> what's your favorite side dish to make for thanksgiving? >> for thanksgiving? creamed spinach. and her mashed potatoes, really good. >> is it easy? >> so easy. oh, yeah. >> good. >> that's chicken pot pies. let's move on. we'll need dessert. >> dessert a moist chocolate
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pudding cake. you basically bake a pudding. a chocolate souffle, egg whites, vanilla, and egg whites beaten up. and the mixture, you fold those into the chocolate. >> do you have to chill it for a while? >> no. the weather is doing that for us. you can put that right into the refrigerator and wait until dinner time. pop this into a 375 degree oven, wait until your pot pies are done, then, pop in your chocolate pudding cakes. these puff up and look -- >> as i taste, let's get a question. hoda is with people here. >> that's delicious. i'm with greg and marquell. >> if you had one food that didn't count towards calories.
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>> something you can indulge in. >> i like souffles. i would make them for a main course, too. maybe wine. >> good choice. >> are you loving this? >> it's delicious. >> that chocolate is crazy. >> do you cook at home? >> my wife is a cook. >> yeah. >> that's good. >> are you newlyweds? when did you get married? >> august. >> congratulations. >> are they going to say, it's not going well? >> she's a chef, not a therapist. peter and julia. these guys got married in may. do you have a question for miss martha? >> i do. for your very last meal, if it could be anything, what would you have? >> i just did a story on that, actually. all my favorite foods. baked potatoes, topped with white truffles. it would be black caviar are melba toast with scrambled eggs.
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all of the luxurious foods that you can't afford. >> we have to go. great to have you here. >> enjoy the book.congrats on t book. for more on the book, go to back in a for mild-to-moderate eczema? it can be used almost everywhere on almost everybody. the face of a fisherman? the hand of a ranch hand? the knee of a needle pointer? prescription eucrisa is a nose to toes eczema ointment. it blocks overactive pde4 enzymes within your skin. and it's steroid-free. do not use if you are allergic to eucrisa or its ingredients. allergic reactions may occur at or near the application site.
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♪ how exciting is this? tomorrow morning here on "today" sam smith is going to be here to sing some brand-new music. you were talking about this album. >> "in the lonely hour" his first record at 2014, that stopped at number two. this is his second record. it's tracking at number one, 200,000 sales at one week. he will have his first number one record and will be able to talk about it tomorrow. >> just for the thrill of it
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all. >> that's the name of the record. let's get the thrill of birthdays. >> i would love to. bust out the smucker's jar. happy 100th birthday to julia jones of randallstown, maryland. no such thing as retirement for this lady. when she was 83, she started working as a preschoolteacher. we love this next later. peter alexander's grandma, faye alexander, 100 years old. a world traveler from santa cruz, california. traveled to france this year. is planning an african safari for 2018. that's terrific. happy 100th birthday to ralph wilhelm sr. we salute you for your service, sir. cecilia young of crowley, louisiana. to celebrate the big day,
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cecilia is planning to ride around her hometown on a horse and buggy, while residents hand her roses. it's her own rose parade. glenn brubaker, retired farmer. last but not least, happy 102nd birthday to jean manganelli. she says the secret to longevity, humor. if you know somebody celebrating a milestone birthday, tell us about them. >> is it going to be cold all week? "megyn kelly today" is up next. first, let's give you a check of
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i )m - -... grief counselors are onhand today at concord )s olympic high school. good morning, it's 8:56. grief counselors are on hand today at concord olympic high school. that's where a student was shot and killed yesterday moments after classes let out. a candlelight memorial is now growing where the shooting happened just off campus. saying the victim was 17-year-old lawrence jackson. approached a group of young people and fired several times. the victim initially ran towards
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campus where staffers tried to save him. right now, there's no word about arrests or a possible suspect. happening now, we're at the school where he spoke with students. pete will have a live report for our midday newscast. you can also link to more right now on our twitter feed. and just about -- hearing about a fire on the peninsula involving a commercial building on rolling's road. firefighters say neighboring buildings have been evacuated as a precaution. our bob riddle is headed that way. look for more at 11:00. and the search is on for two robbery suspects who escaped yesterday from a palo alto courthouse. they were there for a hearing tied to a recent arrest. authorities are calling them dangerous. you can go to our homepage for the latest including details. i'm marcus washington. it )s been one month since
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flames devastated parts of the north bay. how families are still coping with the fires that changed everything. and - overnight, kari tracks the next storm heading our way. tomorrow ... 4:30 to 7. good morning, it )s 7:26...
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this mor sglnchts this it morning, actress mary lou henner opening up against two life-threatening health scares. plus beware of the bullen naz. lose weight before the holidays? we have the fun food swaps to make and still enjoy eating. all that and more right now. >> hi there. hi. welcome,


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