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good morning. breaking news. a crowded commuter train has crashed into a station in new jersey. reports of serious injuries. interviewed by police overnight. the teenager now being linked to the murder of his own father as a community honors the heroes who prevented an even bigger tragedy. they put their lives on the line to protect them. >> the results are in. our new post-debate poll shows the majority of voters think hillary clinton won as sources
tell nbc news he'll prepare for more the next one, possibly bringing in a debate consultant. their next showdown in nine days. and he's back. former football star tim tebow hits a home run on his very first pitch in professional baseball, sparking a brand new wave of tebow mania today, thursday, september 29th, 2016. with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, everybody. welcome to "today." 7:00 a.m. on the west coast on a thursday. it's commuter time, rush hour here in new york city. we've learned there's a commuter train in new jersey that crashed into the platform. this is right across the river from manhattan, new york city. >> it's about 2 1/2 miles from where we are. that train went through the end of the tracks right into the
a pretty high rate of speed. nbc's rehema ellis is there. what can you tell us? >> what i can tell you is that emergency vehicles are still rushing to the scene. most of the streets in the area have been blocked off. i've been diverted around the exact entrance to the train, so i'm walking as we speak to try and get a better view of the damage. new jersey passenger train on its way into the hoboken station. eyewitnesses have said what happened is that the train simply did not stop. it kept going and ran into the end of the platform and right into the reception area. we do not know at this point exactly how fast was this train going. we don't know how many passengers were on board the train or how many passengers were standing in the waiting area. but as you can imagine, this was
jersey. so there had to be a lot of people. the question now becomes, one, the extent of the injuries, beyond the damage. authorities are calling this a mass casualty incident, but we do not know yet whether everyone has been taken off of that train and whether all of the passengers who were inside waiting area, in the train reception area, have been removed from that area. as you point out, there's been extensive damage of the area and what they're trying to do right now is assess the extent of the damage and the extent of the injuries. a number of people who may have been injured. matt? >> rehema, thank you very much. >> let's talk to somebody who was on the train at the time. on the second train car when it crashed. he joins us on the phone. sir, first of all, we're so glad you're okay and able to speak to us. can you tell us what you saw and what you experienced?
been trying to slow before the impact? >> no. hi. it didn't slow down. it was at the usual speed. no one was looking out. everyone was doing their thing. next thing you know, we're plowing into the platform. >> can you hear us? >> i can. if you can do me a favor, try to shield the phone a little bit. we're getting a lot of wind noise. >> yeah, i'm sorry. >> and so how fast would you say the train was traveling? >> it was at its normal speed. the train doesn't go that fast. it was at its usual speed.
that it just kept going. i was thrown out of my seat. app lot of people were thrown out of their seat. next thing you know, we're plowing through something, probably the pillars over there. and when it came to a stop, i could see part of the roof two feet from me. i was actually at the end of the first car, between the first and second car. >> did you see a lot of injuries? were there ppl >> yes. i even saw a woman who was thrown off, i think, and she was under part of the roof. people, probably seven or eight people, they tried to pick that piece up to get her out. i'm pretty sure she was badly wounded. >> so did it appear to you that most of the injured were on the
that train came barrelling in? >> so the place where the first car hit on the platform is usually a busy walkway because it's right next to the entrance. so i'm not sure if something happened to people over there, but the people in the first car were definitely -- there were a lot of injuries there. i saw a lot of people get out, t >> real quickly, the engineer, was there any loud speaker announcement to brace for impact? was there any warning whatsoever? >> no warning at all. no warning. >> what a terrifying morning for you and your fellow passengers. thank you for sharing your time with us and we wish you the best, sir. thank you. >> all right. nbc's tom costello joins us now with what he's learning about the crash and the investigation. tom, it's early. we don't know whether this is
or something else. >> no, that's absolutely right. the priority, as you would expect, is to not only evacuate everybody off of those trains, treat the injured, and try to preserve the evidence as fast as they can. but one concern automatically is that federal authorities are telling us that this line of track on the new jersey transit system does not have positive train control. that's the automatic braking system that will slow and stop a train if it is approaching an area that is either congested or there is a slow down speed limit or something on the tracks. this does not have it. you may recall in the case of chatworth, california, a number of years ago, 20-plus people were killed. that train did not have positive train control. the engineer was distracted. they since put positive train control on those train systems out in california. they have been working hard to put it on the entire northeast corridor, but not on this new
that's going to be a very big part of the investigation. >> yeah, but tom, even without that technology, is there nothing in place on a track as it gets close to the end of a track that would slow a train if it was approaching too quickly? >> it is literally up to the engineer to do his or her job, abide by the speed limit signs, and hopefully abide by their training because they should know where they are at all times and know that track by heart. listen, here's the other thing. i used to travel that route everng city when i lived in new jersey. and that is usually a crawl into hoboken. it's not a fast train into hoboken. you're crawling the last stretch. so for this train to be moving that fast into the train station is a real puzzle this morning. i think among the many concerns people have is whether the engineer suffered some sort of a medical issue or was distracted or what happened because this train moved in there so fast. >> all right.
reporting one person has died, up to a hundred people injured. tom, thank you very much. >> tom, thanks. let's go to an employee, actually, of nbc and was also on that train. good morning. how are you doing? >> good morning. a little shaken up. >> where were you on the train? >> i was on the platform -- >> oh. >> -- walking. it was a normal commute turned to a nightmare. the sounds of screeching and people yelling "run." thank god that person yelled run. i missed it by ten seconds. people were falling over each other. it felt like i was running for my life. i just ran as fast as i could, and when i looked back and saw injured people and blood and the ceiling collapsed, water gushing
were at, people were running and falling. there was a man with a toddler over his shoulders and his wife walking in front of me. they fell as they ran. me and some other people helped them up to run out, and we got out of the building as we saw it was collapsing. we didn't know what was going on at that point. >> did you feel -- have a sense of how fast that train was going at the time of impact? >> not sure how fast it was going. normally the platform is really busy and the trains aren't usually going fast. you don't hear that screeching. the train was derailing down on people. people were running for their lives. it was just a lot of chaos going on. i'm just grateful somebody behind me yelled to run. i had my headphones on. going forward, i won't have my headphones on as i'm commuting, just to be aware of what's going
we thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> the new jersey medical examiner now confirming at least one death in this accident. again, confirming between 75 and 100 people have been injured. we're going to have the latest throughout the morning. another big story we're following, the search for a motive in that elementary school shooting in south carolina. a teenager suspected of fatally shooting his father at home and then opening fire at the school where two students and a teacher were wounded. nbc's gabe gutierrez is there for us. gabe, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. overnight, the suspected gunman was questioned at length, and we're hearing incredible stories of heroism and survival. it was an unarmed volunteer firefighter who took the suspect down and teachers who prevented him from getting inside the building. this morning a desperate search for a motive after shots rang out at recess. >> townville school road, law
>> reporter: at townville elementary in south carolina, police say a 14-year-old opened fire, wounding two students and a teacher before an unarmed volunteer firefighter stepped in and tackled him. >> we got a gun on the playground. we're going to try to keep everyone away from here. >> reporter: first police say the teenager shot his father at a home two miles away, then at 1:44 p.m. they say he called his grandmother in tears. >> she could not make out what he was saying because he was crying and upset. >> reporter: a minute later, police say the young gunman had already given up to the school's parking lot, near th toward the school, and started shooting. the superintendent says one class was at recess. a teacher, megan holingsworth, was hit in the shoulder. she and other employees rushed students inside and locked the doors. >> courage. i mean, these teachers and staff members love those children. they put their lives on the line to protect them. >> reporter: this morning, 6-year-old jacob hull is in critical condition after being shot in the leg. the teacher and another student who were injured have been
is the motive here? >> we really don't have -- we don't have any information right now. >> reporter: this community shaken as terrified parents scrambled to pick up their kids. jamie meredith's daughter is in kindergarten. >> she just told me they went to the bathroom. i'm just so scared. i don't even want her to go to school now. >> reporter: police have not identified the 14-year-old suspect, only saying he's home schooled. right now it's unclear what his connection was to this school. rest of the week, and authorities are crediting active shooter drills they've practiced before with saving lives. matt and savannah? >> wow. gabe gutierrez, thank you very much. let us turn to politics now and the race for the white house with just 40 days to go until the election. hillary clinton will spend the afternoon in iowa, encouraging people there to cast their ballots as early voting begins in the hawkeye state. >> donald trump has a rally planned in new hampshire.
state as a republican nominee. >> and our latest nbc news survey monkey poll has clinton emerging as the winner of the first debate. 52% of likely voters said she won. 21% going with trump. 26% saying neither candidate won. nbc news national correspondent peter alexander begins our decision 2016 coverage. peter, good morning to you. >> reporter: hey, matt, savannah. good morning to you. there are conflicting opinions within the trump campaign this reset before the next, the second debate. perhaps as telling as the polls are the pundits, the fact he's lashing out at bill and hillary clinton. also new this morning, for the leading third-party candidate, another major blunder. donald trump again attacking hillary clinton's health and stamina, referring to this moment at the 9/11 ceremony earlier this month. >> all those day offs, and then she can't even make it to her car.
clarifying a pivotal moment from the debate about whether he paid federal taxes. >> they showed he didn't pay any federal income tax. >> that makes me smart. >> i think a lot of people say that's the kind of thinking that i want running this nation. >> reporter: still, multiple trump sources concede to nbc news that trump was unprepared monday night. one calling his performance a disaster, another insisting he's finally going to do mock debates and may even get professional coaching. trump himself remains unfazed, telling nbc ease katy tur, hard clinton getting an assist from bernie sanders, courting young voters. >> it is imperative that we elect hillary clinton as our next president. >> the next 40 days will determine the next 40 years. >> reporter: clinton hoping to energize millennials who remain lukewarm about her. our latest poll showing her lead with millennials evaporating.
first lady offering this warning. >> the stakes are far too high to take that chance. too high. remember, it's not about voting for the perfect candidate. >> if you don't vote, that's a vote for trump. if you vote for a third-party candidate who's got no chance to win, that's a vote for trump. >> reporter: meantime, third-party candidate libertarian gary johnson in the morning for all the wrong reasons after struggling to name a foreign leader he admires during a town hall on msnbc. >> who's your favorite foreign leader? >> who's my favorite -- >> just any one of the continents, any country. name one foreign leader you respect, look up to. anybody. >> mine was shimon peres. >> i'm talking about living. go ahead. you got to do this. anywhere, any continent. canada, mexico, europe, over there, asia, south america,
moment in the former president of mexico. >> i'm giving you the whole world. anybody in the world you like. anybody. pick any leader. >> the former president of mexico. >> which one? >> i'm having a brain -- >> well, name anybody. >> fox. >> who's your favorite foreign leader? get him off the hook. any foreign leader. >> merkel. >> okay, fine. >> reporter: angela merkel, of course, the german chancellor. also new this morning, the arizona republic is rert that it's receiving death threats and countless subscription cancellations after its endorsement of hillary clinton this week, the first time the paper has supported a democrat for president in 126 years. matt, savannah? >> peter, thank you very much. an unfortunate update now. three confirmed dead in that train crash in hoboken, new jersey. al? >> sad story. all right.
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this is an nbc news special report. here's matt lauer and savannah guthrie. >> it's 10:30 here on the east coast, 7:30 out west. this is an nbc news special report. there's a chaotic scene unfolding right now in hoboken, new jersey. a new jersey transit train crashing into the terminal there. at least three people confirmed dead, more than 100 others injured. we're told that a number of them are critically injured. >> this of course happened at the height of rush hour earlier this morning. we're already seeing images of terrible destruction. witnesses are speaking out this morning and sharing stories of chaos and panic.
there wasn't enough space for everyone to get into the first car, so fortunately i was stuck in the middle. myself and about six other people were in between the cars. we approached the station, and the train just felt like it never stopped. it didn't slow down. it didn't -- it didn't brake. i mean, i don't know for sure if it didn't brake or what was happening. so as soon as the train just lights shut off. people started yelling. and the people that were standing in between on the other side, on the second -- in the second car, getting ready to come out of that door, were thrown on to our side. a young lady actually that was thrown from that, her legs caught between the doors just as soon as it was about to make that full stop. but we were able to pull her up
people, but he had a gash in his forehead. he hadn't known he was bleeding. i didn't fall, fortunately, because there were people in front of me. >> you can hear the fear in her voice. one of the survivors. at least three dead, 100 injured in this train crash this morning. >> and that view from above gives you a really good idea of what this situation is. this isn't a through station. this is a terminal. these tracks come to an end at that specific point in hoboken. if a train comes in and does not stop, it goes off the end of the track, in this case right into the terminal building. >> while we're already hearing these differing accounts of how much, if any, the train had slowed, let's go to our correspondent rehema ellis, our correspondent. what are you hearing? >> good morning. we're standing in what police are calling a staging area. i can see the waiting room of the terminal where that train crashed into.
responders are all around, trying to secure this area in terms of getting the injured away from the area. as you've pointed out, witnesses, some of them, passengers on this train were able to walk away, others were not. i spoke to one woman in the third car of the train. she said it happened really fast. she said everybody in the third car was jolted. some people were standing because they were about to get off the train. and she said it was crazy. and crying. and she said she was able to brace herself because she was still sitting, so she put her hands on the backseat of the seat in front of her, and she was jolted in place. she was able to walk away from this. her concern, she said, is that so many other people may not have been able to walk away. the first thing she did when she got out of the car, she said she called her loved ones to let
grateful for the fact she was able to walk away from this, savannah. as she pointed out, so many others were not. we are still waiting for a press briefing here. we're told a short time from now, officials will give us more information on the extent of this accident. we don't know how fast the train was going, but we do know that it was approaching this terminal because this is the last stop, as matt was saying. this is where people are to get off. some of them were standing, and that made it even worse. this young woman said she felt that the people who were in the front car -- remember, she was in the third car. she felt that people in the front car may have taken the biggest of the burden in terms of the injuries. savannah? >> and there may have been people on the platform as well right there. rehema, thank you very much. >> tom costello going to look at the investigation side. obviously first they take care of the injured, then figure out
i guess the priority, if the engineer survived the impact, would be to talk to that person. >> that's absolutely right. what was he or she doing? were they paying attention? what did they see? was the equipment operating normally? i got to tell you, i've ridden this train many times. i used to live in new jersey and took that train into manhattan. to come in that fast into hoboken station i find to be rather strange because normally you crawl into hoboken station. it's a very slow snail's pace. so why was this train traveling so fast that it literally rammed right into the station and caused such terrible structural damage and of course so many people injured and potentially killed. we do also know that this line on new jersey transit does not have that automatic braking system called positive train control. that's been a big issue, as you know, for the last dozen years or so following major train crashes, really, from california to new york. but on the new jersey transit
positive train control. so clearly this will probably ramp up the discussion about whether that should have been in place. but you have to wonder, why would the engineer be realizing as he or she was coming into that station and having presumably done this many times before, that you've got to slow down. there are many warning signs and speed signs. >> and by the way, nobody on the platform that we've heard from -- we heard from a witness a second ago -- said there was any horn blaring or warning fr >> as matt points out, the priority would be to speak to the engineer, if that is possible. also, these trains have what is referred to as a black box, don't they, tom? >> they absolutely do. on many of these trains -- now, i cannot speak to specifically what equipment was on this particular train. but many trains do have the equivalent of a black box that allow them to immediately know the speed, whether there were any brakes applied, what the speed was coming out or going into a turn, all of that is
important. >> all right. tom costello, as always, thank you very much. the ntsb has officially launched a go team to get to that scene. >> so once again, a chaotic scene in hoboken, new jersey, across the river from new york city. three dead, perhaps as many as a hundred injured. we'll return you to "today." keep watchin. this has been a special report. [ crowd cheers ] 2% back at grocery stores and now at wholesale clubs. and 3% back on gas. which helped him give his players something extra. the cash rewards credit card from bank of america.
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it is 8:00 on the west coast on "today" we have new information in that breaking news out of hoboken, new jersey, a transit train barreling into the station during the busy morning commute hours. at l t more than 100 others injured. officials just starting to counseled the toll there. and some eyewitnesses, several saying the train simply didn't slow down before it got to the end of the track. investigators are now going to try to find out why that happened. nbc's raheema is at the scene.
>> raheema can you hear me? >> reporter: i hear you now. i'm standing here -- can you hear me now, matt? >> yes, i can. go ahead. >> reporter: i'm just a few yards away from the terminal. just a few yards away from the terminal where the train crashed into the station. standing with me is tom, he was in the terminal at the time it came in. what did it sound like? >> a very loud crashing noise. you h service office asking for some information. i heard the crash, immediately ran out, saw that the train had gone through the terminal. >> dyspeople trying to get off the train. >> i saw folks running away from the train that were on the platform. there were folks trying to get out of the train through the windows, through the doors. >> reporter: were they injured? >> there were some injuries. >> reporter: can you describe the injuries? >> all types.
head, the face. folks got off the train and they couldn't walk. you had very good response by the port authority people, the transit people, the police department. they were there very quickly to help. i myself tried to get folks into the seating area that were injured, that were struggling with what was going on. >> reporter: what was going through your head? what did you think had happened at that point that caused this crash? >> i don't know what had caused it. i obviously knew by looking at the train where the train wound up, it didn't belong there. it never stopped coming into the terminal. a portion of the terminal roof had collapsed down basically on top and next to the train. so it was definitely a bad accident that occurred. >> reporter: can you say how many people you saw trying to scramble off the train? >> i can't give any kind of number. it's one of the moments earp trying to help folks that were walking towards you who were
able to walk on their own, just helping until medical attention could get to them. >> reporter: thank you very much. i talked to a woman who was in the third car of the train. she had she was sitting with people who were standing at the time of the crash, and that some of them got jostled around in the train. she did not, because she was able to brake herself guess the back of the seat. she said service frightening. some people were crying, some people limping, trying to get off the train. the time and it will be a time she'll never forget. authorities are trying to assess. certainly the extent of all the damages. we're not certain if everyone has been taken out of the train yet, if everyone has been removed from the platform. we're waiting for authorities to come to this area, the press briefing area to give us information as to exactly what has happened here, and more information on how many people were on the platform, and how
about those who did not get off -- who did not make it off. matt? >> rehema, thank you so much. three dead, perhaps 100 injured. just across the river, it was crowded, a rush hour, a packed train we expect. we're just starting to learn about what may have caused that, and of course the big question at this hour, matt, is whether been able to talk to him. >> tom costello is headed to the scene right now. you talked to us earlier and said you don't believe this section of track has the train control system technology. isn't there something called for lack of a better term, a dead man's pedal in the engineer's compartment, where if something happens medically to that person and that engineer becomes incapacitated, the foot and
it slows the train? >> absolutely. i think that addings to the mystery here. you're absolutely right. the engineer has to have his foot on the pedal, his weight on the dead man's switch or pedal, the idea being if he has a heart attack and falls over, then the weight shifts off the pedal and the train would come to a stop. however, if he slumps forward, it's possible he could till maintain the weight on the pedal. all the more reason why advocates say c these trains day put in positive train control, and we know there was no positive train control on this particular stretch of new jersey transit. in fact, new jersey transit has to my knowledge not implemented it systemwide and they're a bit behind in trying to implement it. i would make this point. i have gone into that train -- >> sounds like we may have just lost tom costello. we'll try to get him back.
starts to sound -- way too early to speculate, but sounds more of a problem with the engineer. if it's a mechanical situation, you would think that the engineer would have at least a second or two to hit the horn, try to warn people on that platform and in the train through a loudspeaker announcement that something bad was about to happen. the person we heard from who was on the train said they didn't hear anything like that. nobody that we have talked to or heard from on the platform has mentioned anything about the approached the terminal. >> plus it's a commuter train. one wouldn't expect it traveling at a high rate of speed and slamming on the brakes at the moment. presumably it will start a slowdown process. if there were some kind of problem, hopefully an engineer would have the chance to warn passengers, sound the horn, call for help. we just don't know what happened. >> you talk about speed. i was listening to our local
magazine" he said you have to keep in mind they weigh enormous amounts. even 10, 15, 20 miles an hour, which when you think of trains traveling up the northeast corridor is not that fast, but with that weight, it takes a long time to slow that train down. if it were traveling 15 miles an hour and got to the track bumper at the end of the track, it would go right through that. there are reports that perhaps this train came to a rest 100 or >> that bumper probably doesn't envision the train traveling at a high rate of speed. it's early on in this investigation. we're going to continue to follow it as we mentioned. three dead, perhaps as many as 100 injured. we'll continue to cover there. we're back with a lot more of we're back with a lot more of today on a thursda people alwayy let's just get a sandwich or something. you don't just learn how to drive... or solve the world's problems...
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>> the words came out there. >> so excited for trending. >> are you liking this? >> we should all favor the moment. you know why? a new study says this is the least we will weigh all year long. yes. >> with one exception. >> that's true. we are all, most of us, still slim from the summer or slim as we probably will be. now it's holiday time. this is the point where people pack on the pounds. >> essentially, do you weigh yourself every day in. >> i do. >> god no. a couple times recently. i don't even own a scale. >> i don't. >> i feel skinny i weigh myself. >> i haven't weighed myself in a good long time if i feel fat, i don't weigh myself. >> i just removed every mirror in my home. >> black over the windows? >> i don't want to see anything. >> experts do have suggestions. they say instead of making a new years resolution, make your november resolution in time for the holiday.
on the show yesterday, savannah was outraged. right. we were talking about usa today's list of this most overrated foods. you know what good was on there that freaked her out guacomole. >> we love it. >> the folks at usa today were apparently watching and listening so what they did this morning. they put out a list of the most underrated foods. let's see if that makes an attack here. >> brussel sprouts. >> yes. >> english muffins with butter? >> overrated. >> plain old american cheese. >> yes, white american, not yellow american. >> a good hard boiled egg. love hard boiled eggs. >> a little salt. >> dip it in salt. rotisserie chicken from the food store. >> that's a staple. yeah. >> there is something else on the list and i have to say, it
klondike bar? >> i eat 50 of those a year. >> oh the original, baby. >> on me. >> oh my gosh. >> they have a proprietary taste to them, it's not just any chocolate. >> proprietary taste. >> special to klondike. >> a good ice cream sandwich that has a crunch. >> yeah. ice cream was one of the overrated. it's not overrauted. >> it cob a huge temptation to send us tons of them. >> absolutely. >> here's something. we all travel a lot. >> under rated. >> exactly. >> way under rated. >> prada shoe, under rated. have you noticed in airports, it seems like you have to walk longer and longer to get to the
it's really true. all these suspicion, why am i walking 20 miles. "wall street journal" confirms, at some airports, travelers are now walking more than a mile to catch a flight. in philly, you can even cross the county line. >> it's right on the line. >> most of the reason is bigger airplanes, they need more space. >> they need to sell more stuff. more stores. >> that is a big part of it. what they decided to do is have more space, better stores, whatever, restaurants. >> i was in detroit last week. i love detroit. but i entered gate 21 i think. it must have been a half mile to the baggage claim. >> then you got to get on a train. >> and a lot of airplanes get rid of those people movers the moving walkways to put more stuff, more restaurants and stores and things. but i do like how you can get a pedicure at the airport if you have to. >> you can get a blowout in some place, they have hair salons.
those are great. >> what would do you for a klondike bar? >> i love them. >> kim kardashian got attacked by a notorious celebrity prankster. she was walking down the street in paris when the man in white slipped back and rushed her t. guards immediately pounced on him. it looked like he was going to tackle her. he has done this to kim before. she is filing a complaint. and actually lifted her off the ground. he has done this to a ton of celebrities, after brad pitt in 2014, he was sentenced to three years probation and ordered to undergo. >> it's assault? >> yes. >> can we make a deal? let's not put him on anymore? >> good.
one celebrating his 26th anniversary. ? freedom ? ? freedom ? >> the whole record is under rated. >> george michael's "freedom" came out in october of 1990. remember this video. cindy crawford was in it. you see. >> it was live. >> yes. >> i can't read the teleprompter. well, it's for the anniversary of friends at "vogue" are using a next generation of models. the next gen of models. adriana lima. they take to the streets of new o york during fashion week. great song. >> that whole record is awesome. >> i didn't know there was a video and i knew the song. i didn't know. >> you knew the song? >> finally, you may have noticed ellen, one teeny change.
ellen a little under the weather, miley stepping in to fill ellen's dancing shoes. >> has that ever happened? >> i know you all came to see ellen. i am going to do my best to make you happy. i am dressed like her. i smell like her. actually before i came out here, i actually kissed a girl. i admit, i'm a little bit nervous, because i've never hosted a show with my clothes on before so this is so weird. >> there you go, as if miley wasn't busy enough with us at "the voice" she is guest hosting. no shortage of chatter. >> talent. >> which is great. yeah great personality. >> carson, thank you so much. can you return to the teleprompter by the way. let's get a check of the weather.
down in fayetteville, north carolina. take a look. they got flash flood warnings in effect. a flash flood emergency. some areas have picked up 12 inches of rain overnight and as you can see, it has turned streams into raging rivers. it is going to continue. here's the latest. 12 million people at risk for flooding from north carolina all way up into pennsylvania. you can see on the radar the heaviest precipitation between wilmington and fayetteville. we are seeing moisture making it way up into pennsylvania. bulls eye for this, the heaviest rain going forward is going to be in western virginia, west virginia to the west of washington, d.c. we're worried about ellicott city as well where they have that flooding in july. for today as we said, heavy rain, plus a lot of gusty winds. it will be raw today.
radford in ellicott, maryland. what's the latest there? >> reporter: well, al, we're in the middle of a flash flood watch here in the baltimore and d.c. area. we're expecting to see up to five inches of rain in the next 24 hours. this is a part of a larger system that as you mentioned has hit north carolina and virginia. can you hear the emergency services crews here behind me at ellicott city, maryland. they're cleaning up, sandbagging, trying to prepare this city and prevent what happened two hundreds more rescued. that's when six inches of rain struck in two hours. that's why emergency services are here trying to keep these people safe as they hit the roads today, al. >> thank you. again, still reeling from that flooding. so this is going to be a very touch and go situation. of course, we will keep you posted during the day on msnbc and "nightly news" tonight.
>> don't forget, you can catch us on sirius radio channel 108. i wonder why savannah and hoda are sitting on the couch? >> do you think it's because i look particularly good in my suit. maybe not. the book turned into a blockbuster in "the girl on the train." a woman obsessed with a couple she watches on her daily commute. this guy right here, justin theroux is to co-star in a story where nothing is really as it seals. >> she said you yelled at her. >> no, that itself not what
shelves in the tunnel. she hit me. >> you are drunk. >> i'm not drunk, tom. >> my wife is scared of you. >> of what? >> i don't know if that's a joke or not. let's start with child abduction. >> that's not how it happened. >> you and i know what you are capable of. >> hey, justin, how are you? >> i'm great, thank you. >> we we have mutual friends that tell me you are anything but creepy. you are a really nice guy. >> yeah. >> and yet, i keep reading about you, everybody raves how well you play creepy. >> thanks. i guess if i am doing a part that's creepy i guess or and i play a lot of creeps sometimes i guess that's a good thing. i guess it means i'm doing my job. >> i like how you end on and up note. which is good. >> kind of creepy. >> i mention this as a major
it's wildly popular. that doesn't always mean that the book translates with el to the big screen. why do you think this one does? >> well, i think it does only because it was very faithfully adapted. the direction is fantastic and we were really mobbed up with a lot of very, very good actors. so you know, we can only hope we do service to the book and sort of honor what the author had in mind. >> without, i know there is a in terms of not spoiling something. give the basics of the story line in your opinion. >> essentially, the story about a woman named rachel who rides the train. she's in a slightly depressive state, drinking too much and she projects on to other people that she looks out the train window, what we all kind of do in life. she builds this sort of fantasy life around this couple and then
these sort of players are around it lubricated in a way. >> i remember my dad drove through a particularly nice neighborhood one day, my dad said something to the effect, don't assume you know what's going on behind those beautifully painted doors. >> yeah. >> this is kind of that personified. >> it's that and i would go further on that, life as we take the train, the corridor a bunch. you are not only looking into people's windows sometimes, are you looking in the backs of their houses. >> that's right. >> it almost tells you more than the front. some people's literal dirty laundry is hanging out back. it's kind of grave, a beautiful sort of see other people's lives. >> you said you rely on your gut when are you choosing a role. does it usually serve you well? >> it has.
roles or projects to work on that don't, that someone has told me are smart to do or things that are good to do, i usually don't enjoy myself as much as when i find something that i just love doing. >> one of the things you seem to love doing the a show called "the leftovers." and the creator of that show said something about you i was reading. he says, he's a ken doll, but he's every ken, astronaut ken, interior designer ken, i'd be lying if i didn't say there's a part of me that wants to but in terms of what he can do as an actor, he can be much bigger than he is in terms of notoriety. the reason he's not is by design. it's his choice. is that true? >> i don't know if it's true. i, i think, you know, i've made decision again based on what is going to make me happy. so i never had any particularly, particular interest in doing things that will advance me to another level or do something,
>> we are back now at 8:30 on a thursday morning the 29th of september, 2016. a little earlier in our program, al talked about some rain o way. you know what, it is just about here. i feel a sprinkle. >> we have weather sensitive hair, the two of us. >> we do. al will catch up with a legend, dig van dyke. >> i love this man, secrets of a remarkable career. let me tell you, he is still as funny and as limber. just a great guy. and he's got some news about the mary pop pins remake.
this is the day to cozy up with a reading book. your fall lined up. >> something easier to make at home. you have to try this chicken and broccoli recipe for yourself. that is coming up. >> first, mr. roker, a check of the weather. >> where is general tsao? god, i love that chicken. let's see what's happening. tomorrow, a washout in the northeast and great lakes. wet weather in the southwest. rain in the well. we are also looking saturday at more rain in the northeast, great lakes as well. new england, we need it especially there. wet weather in the western plains. sunday! sunday! the rain continues in the east and the northeast and heavy rain starts moving into the area of
marv, go make us a plate. 30. 1. we'll literally die of hunger b freaky fast 1 bingo! no! jimmy john's . >> that is your latest weather. the weather you need. check out the weather channel on cable and other channels. guys. >> all right, al, thanks very much. we will talk about a group of voters that could decide the presidential election. we are talking about women. hillary clinton and donald trump are fighting for them, especially moms, who may have been watching monday's debate very closely. >> our new poll shows nearly 30% of women say their opinion changed after the debate. 11% said of donald trump.
from north carolina, thanging out with fellow moms. good morning to you. >> i love to hear about noif movie stars, snacks, weather, people. >> tell us about this group you talk to. >> well, listen, moms are the rulers of the universe, we run our households. and we pick presidents. if the candidates for the white house this year want to win, they're going to have to win over this group of voters. yesterday, i traveled to wake county, north carolina. and i take a listen. >> i'm trying to decide the least bad choice honestly. >> did it bother to you hear him as the debate ended say, i get points for not raising the issue of infidelity about chelsea in the room. well, chelsea las a television. did you -- >> it definitely bothered me, because i felt as though he was doing, getting a dig in while
up, but he might as well have. >> what do you think of the wrath that hillary clinton has by playing by her own set of rules. >> everybody should be held to the same set of standard. i find the e-mail thing is very shady. she tends to play little shell game here and there. so that causes pulse warming. >> i'm not sure i trust her. >> if one of the candidates sat down, we'll be donald trump on the bench first and said i must win your voight. what change starting today? >> the things he says about health care are really frightenning to me, i'm a single mom. i buy my own insurance, i have a daughter with die boats. if he wipes everything out, i cannot insure her. >> do you think donald trump is the next president? >> i'm not sure if he has a connection to what my life is like. he's a billionaire. he doesn't have a kwlu it's like to live paycheck to paycheck.
supporting hillary clinton. if she sat down there and said i'm not giving up until i have your vote. what would you need to hear from her in. >> i think she should be honest and relate to people on an every day basis. sometimes she loses that connection. >> like go to costco, wait in line with, right? what's the choice are you all prepared to pick one another on election day? >> i'm hoping i whoen be making a game time decision. >> i'm hoping i will make it in advance, booth. like, last minute pull the trigger. >> wow! >> interesting conversation. >> they were so lovely. they let me into their home. i never have done this before, gone out and do you know cold pack annual, right. and i texted everyone i knew in television for their advice, i almost threw up in the toilet. now she knows. the most interesting thing is after our exercise walk, we went
debate with your children, that affected them having their kids in the room. could anything happen that could move you back towards donald trump's camp? they said if more information comes layout from wiki leaks or the fbi, we could go back the other way, that's why they said they will wait until election day. >> campaigns don't like undecided voters. >> they don't like them. they need them. they need these moms. >> great job, thank you, >> we got a klondike bar for you, my friend. we want to know where you stand on the election, the candidates the issues, use the #momvote. >> i didn't see the almost throwing up in the bam bathroom story. next, al goes one on one with a living legend, dig van
zblmpbls back now with more of our special series "today's living ledge ends." this morning dig van dyke. >> dig van dyke. come on, i got a chance to learn a few moves and talk about his iconic career that spans more than 50 years. >> da da da da, da da da da. >> it's been more than five decades that van dyke sang in classics like "bye-bye birdie." ? why look so awfully tragic ? ? put on a happy face. >> in chitty chitty bang been and the magical world of mary pop pins. >> tell me about mary poppins. >> there was something image cal going onful we all felt it. each day, we were reviewing it. it had something, a life of its
going to be good. >> but it's still over 50 years, it's still image cal today. >> walt, he was computer generated, he wasn't around for. that he would have gone crazy. they're remaking mary poppins. >> yes. >> how do you feel about that? >> people traditionally aren't very good. i said, without walt disney and the sherman ot i talked to the director. they said, it will be an homage. i think they want me to come in at the end as the old banker and sing a little song and do a little dance. which i'd love to do. >> oh my gosh. >> judy and meryl streep is in it. >> in this body of work that you
proud of? >> dick van dyke. >> nominated 25 times for prime time emmy awards. the 1960s telecom sit-com starred dick van dyke and mary tyler moore. >> don't you think it's time we get him a new home? >> not in front o.d-u-c-k. >> it was the most creative time. it was a >> do you sometimes marvel at the things that have you been in. >> oh, yeah. sometimes i don't believe it. >> you look back on 90 years. are there any regrets? >> well, i had a period of like i got stuck on the booze and i hated that. i got through it all right. i just one day it didn't taste good aerial and it went away. >> you have been very opened. you seemed somewhat fearless.
self surveys showed that old people are happier than at any other age and i think partly wisdom, you know, and peer pressure doesn't mean anything anymore. >> what do you attribute your secret to longevity? >> i'm married to someone less than half my avenl everyone said it wouldn't work. but it's just delightful. she keeps me young and i keep continuing and we go like that and the secret is not to s ouch. that's pretty good for a 90-year-old. >> thank you, sir. >> thank you. >> oh, he goes to the gym every day unbelievable. he has this new passion project. acapella quartet called the fantastics. he says, every day you got to move. keep moving. >> incredible. physically, mentally, so bright,
influence of big money and special interests, and no more first-class travel paid for by taxpayers. i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this message because you deserve leaders you can trust. welcome back to "today" fall is in full swing. it's time to turn over a new leaf you might say, a new today's best new reads, we have buzz feed's book editor isaac fitzgerald and guys, good morning. >> good morning. >> i think it's fair to say you are all uniquely qualified to tell us what we should be roding this fall. we want to race through this list. so we start with fiction, isaac, what was your pick? >> all right. this is "close in white heads,"
me. it's a novel, a slave narrative. it impacts this beautiful way of writing and thinking and colton is basically at the top of his form. you have to read this book. >> what do you pick? >> for fiction, i say anne patchett's "commonwealth." she's my hero and success in the country. it's a great book story. this is one of her best. it's a delicious sweeping story about a family, a blend of family over different next canadian. >> brad, we know you love the thrillers. >> i love thrillers, har hasn't coben request the king" a ransom demand, nothing is heard for ten years, pops up in new jersey. a fabulous read. >> sound like a "dateline" episode. >> shirley jackson. "a rabbit's haunted life." this is a wonderful biography.
just as a writer but as a mother. not just as a mother, but a writer of family memoir, our darkest most compelling fiction. this book is fascinating. >> non-fiction. >> mine is in the motherhood vain, it's a story about sort of modern fertility and pregnancy told through bell bogg's personal life, "the art of waiting." it's a smart, smart book. >> a lot of people connected brad. >> this is you heard of the witch trials? this is the trial of 1700s you haven't heard about. think hamilton meets john grisham. we have a first amendment and the expose of things that happened in this book. >> in this trial, we learned about in journalism school. now our author's choice, which means runner's up. >> no.
wonderful wonderful writer, about basically community, two young teens best friends "the mothers." such a wonderful book. >> the mother. mine is "the red car" by marcy dermansky. it's about a woman that inherits a red sportscar and the trips she takes. >> what about you, brad? >> all right. i got one and a so i got "a gentleman in moscow" by amoir samples towles. history breaks out outside the hotel, he has an amazing adventure over three decades, finally, haven't read it. i seen everybody with this book every year. "here i am. >> let the record reflect you cheated. i love jonathan. >> how about your book.
lovers" already a best seller. tell us about it. >> it's exciting to see people connect with it. younger people, older people. it's been wonderful. i'm so happy. >> and in a totally different vain, we have brad a foreign agent. this is a thriller and could have been ripped out of the headlines. >> the greatest escape with steve mcqueen meets jason bourn. five times on the new york best seller's list. >> let's i have some christmas presents going on. isaac, thank you so much, great to have your expert selections go, to our website today.com you can hear a lot more about what they like. just ahead, a healthier, faster, yes, cheaper way to make the perfect chicken dinner. but first, this is "today" on
>> this is probably the most boring, bland meal. chicken, broccoli and brown rice and in on onion garlic olive hoyle and tamari blend. >> i will talk to you about tamari and surprise blend. talk about how we prepare. >> we cut chicken in small pieces. this is a one skillet meal. so you want everything to cook really fast. like this once you get good chunks at it, you can use a knife and chob it up to make minced garlic. >> you will put this into a really hot pan or a skillet. but you want to make sure when the people do this, they don't burn the garlic. >> that's right. you want to add garlic here. olive oil. you don't to have this. you don't want to brown the garlic. that will make it really bitter. once you get this going, you add
this is where the flavor comes from. also, this is how you get your house smelling really good, man that is going down in the kitchen today. >> that's right. >> people will say, man, are you killing it in there. >> we have a tasting table downstairs t. tasters are getting ready. >> then we are going to add in some cooked brown rice. >> you don't like there something to substitute? >> you can use rice or kinwa. check it out. add a little of this. thank you for helping me out. >> that will absorb the flavors already in the pan? >> now we will add in the hero of the dish this five spice blend. >> al mentioned. how would you describe the taste of this?
cinnamon clove fennell and black pepper. give that a quick stir there. then we will add in low sodium tamari. >> tamarzy what? >> it's almost like a sy sauce, it's less suesy, if you have an allergy, this the perfect for you. >> how long will this cook? >> it will took for about a good three minutes. once you do that, we will add in our chicken. once you get the chicken going, happens, if you find that your skillet is drying out this dish, decrease the heat a little bit. this should cook for about five-to-seven minutes. can't you smell it right now? >> yes, we will turn this down a bit. we put the broccoli in. how we doing downstairs? >> we were discussing this. >> very aromatic.
this is a better boring dish. >> from start to finish how long will it take at home? >> 30 minutes, you have this delicious meal. will you garnish with a little sesame seed and some green onions. >> perfect. >> how is it? >> it is delicious. it is really good. >> chicken and broccoli. it's about $3 bucks a meal and comes with less than 300 calories, 30 grams of protein, 40ms take this for lunch. saim save some money for the fall. >> everyone get the recipe on
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on. >> al said, no, no, no, not in a negative way. >> the other looked like it skreels, i thought you would be wearing thigh high boot zbhs i ran out. >> i love it al has an opinion. it screams high thighs. you went out and got some. are you two married and i don't know it. >> we're tv spouses. i have two tv husbands. >> the reason why he knew thigh high boots are all the rage. i got these, you have al roker's wife, fashion icon, deborah roberts. i don't encourage googling people. google deborah roberts' fashion. >> coming from you, high praise indeed. >> remember a couple years ago, she war dress for the white house correspondent dinner. it was so beautiful. i was sneaking up behind her to touch it, it was creepy. >> it was. >> i'll move on. >> the amazing thing i notice
makeup. it only takes a half hour in the morning. people might assume you looking like that the way you come out every day, it must take forever it takes no time and do you it yourself. >> we are launching something special, i did take something a few minutes ago in our dressing room, doing my hair and makeup, 20 minutes. hit a record there. we have something really exciting coming up, it vf involves fashion. >> i am wearing my monday suit on mondays. i'm a little bloated. i always go hard on the weekend. truth be told. i have my dark shirts and blues. >> at any moment, is there a voice that might say, i don't know if we want to go there. then another voice comes in and goes, you say it. you just go ahead and say it. >> he doesn't have that. he doesn't have the guy. >> you know the outfit. you feel looser. >> monday eye cream you gave it to me for my birth die, by
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charitable events at night. hard working person. >> i am looking at al's instagram, why didn't i get to eat that last night? >> i have been asking that, ten years i have been asking. >> here's the thing. i love the "new york times" cooking hour. >> you do? >> i want to try it out. >> you get an e-mail, the beginning of the week, sunday, ten things we're cooking this week. i usually make at least two things every week from this. this was shall lots, andrew zimmer's lovely wife. i did the whole roast can califlower. >> our executive producer, oh, blah blah blah blah. she actually did this. like that. and so it's weird to watch her
deborah comes home from work t. hours the discussions. you are fighting. yes. >> did you cook like that when they were smaller? >> yes. >> the teenagers are out of the way. >> same thing. i'm very blessed. my children eat etching. very adventurous because we didn't. look, they'll knock down chicken nuggets and a corndog with the best of them. >> there is always room for that. by the way, that "new york times," i went to critical moment. it was thanksgiving, it was always in my house. but my father-in-law, my wife's dad, comes and he always carved the turkey. >> what's up with that? >> i was feeling particularly masculine. i said not this year. not in my house. i will carve that turkey. i got to do it right. she is judgmental, critical. >> you know, this is going-on-out over the air? >> it is handsome and powerful.
it teaches you who to you carve. so i was ready. i studied, studied, i went there. i did it. i thought i nailed it to perfection. he comes in over my shoulder and says it's too thick. come oranges then it was a little bit of -- it got ugly from there. >> anyway, while we talk about. that yesterday i did something else. i have an employee workout program. >> what does that you want to exercise, exercise with me t. classes are free. i don't know if have you spin classes. >> i can't do spin. it's hard. we should point out your family is not here every day with you. that's why you are dragging julian. >> what was that? >> we'll see. >> where were you looking? >> the beautiful back lighting system, it's unbelievable. >> people say it's like cult, once you do it, you are in it. >> it's therapy on a bike.
man that burned you? everyone is letting out these feelings. >> we did it on the plaza, we dade huge, we broke a record raising money for charity on the cycle thing. my butt hurt for like i kept telling you. >> you need gel pads. >> speaking of. >> i'd rather be embarrassed. >> speaking of back sides. >> speaking of gel seats, kim one t. ukrainian prankster. his name has been banned. >> by the way, this is the last time we're showing this guy. >> highway has some greatest hits out there. he went to try to kiss will smith on the lips. will myth almost dropped this guy. >> i can't tell you, if someone did that to me, i would still be looking for them. >> this is last week when he picked up gigi haddid.
>> to me, that's assault. >> it is. >> this is his latest here. >> he got one more. he ran up, got kim kardashian. he tries to kiss her on her bottom. >> how about the body guard with the boater? >> it never fell off. what is the motivation for this guy? >> i don't know, they should have probably pounded him a couple times. fancy jeans, there he goes. >> he tried to kiss her legendary -- news confirmed kim reached out to french authorities. she will file complaint and probably sue the guy. >> charge him. put this guy away. >> anyway, it's a deplorable line of work. >> how do you make main off that? >> bizarre. up next, one of life's biggest mysteries solved. the back street boy versus
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>> they still pack in their fans when they do their reunion thing. >> it's sweet. >> probably each generation has their boys. jackson five. i love the all white suits t. muscle shirts, everything. >> 9.5 million albums sold t. lead single. they're now admitting t. guys are admittin is about. in fact, it's a pointless song is there they didn't write it, right? >> it's max martin. maybe that explains it. they're swedish. >> you know the theory, if you put 30 monkeys in a room with typewriters, you end up with something. >> no, this the a hit, al! >> it doesn't make sense. it makes no sense. >> they actually agree it
alternate version that did make sent. they listened back and said the one that makes sense isn't as good as the one that doesn't. >> what does it mean? >> is this a breakup song? and i love you song? you are my fire, the one desire. believe me when i say, i want it that way. but we're two worlds apart, can't reach to your heart when you say that i want it that way. >> i totally understand it. >> tell me why. >> she wants it her way. so he said, you often you, believe me when i say i want it that way. >> nothing but a heartache. ain't nothing but a mistake. i never want to hear you say. >> he never wants to hear i don't love. >> you your one desire. i know it's too late but i want it that way. this is confusing. >> want it that way you do. sense you must make. boys of back street.
looking for. >> okay. so alec baldwin is going to be trump this year on "saturday night live. request itself. >> this is his wheel house. go on, talk about it. >> yes. yes, nothing new to me, just roll the video. epic. epic. >> maybe not a lot tuning in. >> it will be big. >> biggest day but of "snl." i will guess for a new season in ten years. >> i think you are right. i think are you right. baldwin has hosted this show 16 times, more than any other person in 41 years. this is the 42nd season. think about that. 42 years. >> i love how animated he is. >> it's amazing. like a 90-minute program live
>> why did they pick alec? >> larry sanders was so skevlg larry david as bernie sanders, i this i the stunt character, bring in the big one. >> this was a pivotal character. >> he barely has to put on makeup. >> i am going to say i called this month ago,io one likes that guy, i did. on the air. he is the guy. >> you are right. >> i like that they have the delays kicking off the new they delayed kicking off the new season to coincide with after the deba it to increase the material. >> it's interesting. >> the only thing that can beat this? >> a chicken playing a piano. >> boom! >> bring it home, chicken. roll it. >> his name is patrick, by the way. >> he's playing i want it that way. [ music playing ] >> he's writing the sequel. >> you are my fire.
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run as fast as i can into the area be you you are right. it's an area where the trains, they converge here, coming into the train station. it's the new jersey transit commuter train. it is above ground and the train just didn't stop and plowed right into that passenger terminal. >> obviously, traveling at a pretty high rate of speed based on the damage we are seeing. i also want to bring in tom costello. he covers tns happens is the ntsb, they send teams there quickly? >> reporter: that is right, immediate concern is evacuating all of the injured, treating the injured and trying to determine what happened. this will become a federal railroad investigation as you suggested and then the ntsb in cooperation with the federal railroad association. one big concern is this train and this system have positive
our initial suggestion from a federal authorities is there is no positive train control. you may remember you and i could have had 18 months ago that occurred on a stretch of track and the train derailed in an excessive speed. it's essentially an oumt u all breaking system. it breaks the train if the engineer fales to do so as the train approaches the course, zone or slow down zone and in philadelphia, we have 200 plus injured and eight dead. we are hoping that we don't have anywhere near that scenario here. but the immediate concern that federal radio authorities have had for years is the slow rollout of this all breaking system. why have various systems been
and in this early federal authority there is no no positive train control on this track. >> keep in mind, there would have been people on that train and standing near that platform. this could be mechanical error, human error. too soon to rule out anything including a potential deliberating a. again the investigation will come after the rescue operations take place to find out who may our thanks to tom costello and rehema ellis. we will have the latest on msnbc and nbcnews.com. most of you going back to regular scheduled programing. i'm matt lew lauer in, no this has been an nbc news special report. ? new life attracts sometimes ? ? all at once ?