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stay with us. have a great day. good morning. breaking news. panic at l.a.x. all from a false alarm. passengers run onto the tarmac after mistaken reports of an active shooter. chaos, confusion and massive delays. what triggered it all and will it slow your travel today? we're there live. bracing for the storm. hurricane gaston gai strength in the atlantic as a separate storm system moves toward florida. threats of heavy rain and a new concern now that all that water could make the zika outbreak even worse. just seconds to spare. a police officer puts his own life on the line to save a stranger in the path of an oncoming train.
out about that dramatic rescue. and starry, starry night. the biggest names in music terms out for mtv's music awards from beyonce, to britney, to jimmy fallon as ryan lochte. >> is it too late now to say sorry? >> we've got the biggest moments today, monday, august 29th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. [ cheers and applause ] >> good morning, everybody. welcome to "today." it's monday morning. matt is off. carson is back. >> good morning, friends. >> i am not going to hide my excitement. you've been gone forever. >> i was in hello, shooting "the
we have a new member of the "today" show family. as excited as i was to come back to see matt and you and the gang. i met charlie. my new roommate in the orange room. >> bribing him with the world's largest bone. >> what did you get charlie? >> affection and undying care. >> turns out he likes bones better. >> i can already tell there are liver treats in your pocket. we know how you get those dogs to love you so much. great to have you back. let's get to our top story. false alarm at l.a.x. overnight. reports of an active shooter spread like wildfire, caused mass panic and delays. ait to resume business as usual this morning and nbc's national correspondent is there, miguel almaguer is there. good morning. >> reporter: savannah, good morning. police have given the all clear and flights have resumed but for many passengers it's anything but a routine day. there was some scary and tense moments overnight and many look to get their travel back on track after a major lockdown here at l.a.x. >> come on!
flooded into the streets and onto the tarmac at l.a.x. looking for any way out of the terminal they can find. a loud noise mistaken for shots fired inside at least three terminals, triggering a wild mass evacuation at the nation's second largest airport just before 9:00 p.m. >> why are we running? >> security said to run. >> security said to run. >> reporter: there was confusion on the ground and uncertainty in the air. >> ground, this is united 488. appant can you please advise us what's happening? >> reporter: the airport shut down for more than an hour. gridlock on the road and in the sky. >> you're not going to be able to get into terminal 8. there's a situation going on there. >> reporter: our own lester holt was there, arriving at l.a.x. during the incident reporting live on facebook. >> we're about to walk up the stairs, when the door opened, people began flooding out,
shooter, run. people didn't really know what to do. >> reporter: lester spoke to witnesses outside the terminal. >> what did you hear? >> i heard shots and i left my bag and i run. >> we didn't hear anything. we saw people run so we started running also. >> reporter: adding to the chaos, police, guns drawn, approached this guy dressed as zoro. no clear connection. he was later released. the frightening lockdown comes two weeks after a similar scare at jfk. police sweeping that airport after a similar report. this morning back at l.a.x., the all clear but only after this terrifying scene. again, police believe those reports of shots fired was simply a loud noise. this incident triggered nationwide delays and some diversions. all of this comes three years after a tsa agent was shot and killed here at the airport. savannah?
coast, millions from the carolinas to the gulf coast are bracing for possible torrential downpours as the atlantic hurricane season kicks into high gear. mr. roker is here tracking it all. good morning. >> we got a lot of stuff going on right now. the season is really packing a punch. we've got a major hurricane in gaston. we've got another system coming off the african coast and we're watching two systems that are going to affect the east coast before it's all over. we've got gaston, xt we start with number 9 to the north of havana. it's 155 miles west-southwest of key west. 35-mile-per-hour winds. it's sometime thursday morning going to make landfall possibly as a strong tropical storm or weak hurricane. we have to watch this very closely. the big problem is going to be the rain. we're talking some areas 6 to 8 inches, and that's going to cause problems. we also have a system that's off the carolina coast. it's going to come onshore and bring more rain. but that's just going to brush the shoreline.
going on in the golf. there's a little tropical wave. that's going to bring another 3 to 5 inches as you can see and there could be possibly flooding throughout southeast texas and if that's not enough, we've got two systems out in the pacific. we've got hurricane lester, not holt, and tropical storm madeline which is now hurricane madeline. 755 miles east. it's going to brush the big island sometime wednesday evening with 80-mile-per-hour winds and heavy rain so both the ic right now. >> hurricanes aren't all that common for hawaii, right? >> no. they get brushed, but they don't usually take direct hits. >> all right. keep an eye on it, al. donald trump appearing to address his signature issue of immigration with a major speech in arizona this week. facing accusations he's given contradictory answers about his position, trump's staff is
perfectly consistent. at trump tower, hallie jackson is live for us. >> reporter: one of the bedrocks of donald trump's campaign for months and now the candidate says he'll deliver a major speech on immigration wednesday in phoenix. it comes after he spent the weekend preparing to face-off against hillary clinton at their debate next month and now issuing a new challenge to his democratic rival. donald trump hinting at clarity on a topic that needs it. his immigration position and what to do with the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants here's what he said back in november. >> you're going to have a deportation force. you're going to do it humanely. >> reporter: now. >> he's not talking about a deportation force, but he is talking about being fair and humane. >> reporter: trump's surrogates insist he's being consistent, but ultimately it's the candidate himself who will have to clear it up. >> what is his position
trump very shortly. >> reporter: as trump prepares to deliver a speech wednesday in arizona, he says, he's also looking ahead to the first debate with hillary clinton. both candidates preparing. they're playbooks, very different. trump is keeping it loose. no thick binders or mock podiums. instead informal chats at his week home with confidants like chris christie and his kids. clinton laying low to study carefully timing her answers to fit debate speaking limits. her advisers playing the expectations game warning trump could be a formidable foe. trump now challenging clinton to release more detailed medical records. pledging if she does, he will too. trump's physical fitness in the spotlight again after nbc news interviewed trump's physician exclusively. dr. harold bornstein, standing by his original assessment, if
headlightiest president ever. admitting he wrote those five paragraphs in minutes. a clinton aide tells nbc news they see no reason for her to release more medical records saying it's up to trump to produce a legitimate and detailed letter of his own. and new this morning, donald trump is now expanding his tv ads. he's got a new one out and his campaign tells nbc news just moments ago he's buying million more of air time, expanding now to five new swing states, including the battleground of virginia and colorado. over the weekend, by the way, trump raised eyebrows with something else. a tweet about the death of basketball star dwyane wade's cousin who was shot and killed in chicago. trump writing, just what i have been saying. african-americans will vote trump. that struck some as insensitive, savannah. only hours later did trump tweet condolences to wade's family.
shooting death of nykia al aldridge. her tragic death drawing attention to the city's ongoing problem with gun violence as we learn two men now charged in her murder had a long criminal history. nbc's kevin tibbles joins us now with more. kevin, good morning. >> reporter: another murder on the streets of chicago. this time the cousin of well known basketball sensation dwyane wade and has enough. a family heartbroken. >> this is my baby girl. >> reporter: the city of chicago once again caught in the crosshairs of senseless violence. 32-year-old, nykia aldridge, a mother of four, shot and killed friday while pushing her 3 week old baby girl in a stroller on the city's south side. >> this killing needs to stop.
>> we might have a person shot over here. >> reporter: two brothers charged with her murder on sunday are being held without bail. police say they were allegedly gunning for someone else. a man who was targeted simply because he came from a different neighborhood. >> these two offenders are the prime example of the challenge we face here in chicago with repeat gun offenders that don't care who they shoot, don't care whose life they take, and clearly, clearly don't fear the consequences of their actions. aldridge's first cousin of dwyane wade used social media to speak out. my cousin was killed today in chicago. another act of senseless gun violence. four kids lost their mom for no reason. unreal. enough is enough. >> in an awful twist just a day before the shooting, the nba star addressed the plague of gun
>> this is something that didn't start today. it's not going to end tomorrow. some day we can start a conversation and start the work today. >> this thing was personal. it hit him. >> wade's mother is a local pastor. >> i just keep hearing unity. we need to unite. we need to bring all parties to the table. >> reporter: dwyane wade's homecoming to play for the bulls was supposed to shed positive light on this city which has murders so far this year. the cook county sheriff's department says the two brothers are expected to appear in court this morning. carson? >> tragic story. thank you. two united airlines pilots are in a courtroom in scotland this morning accused of attempting to fly back to the united states drunk. the men were arrested by police on saturday. they have been removed from duty. nbc's tom costello covers
>> reporter: there are three pilots on board the 757. two of them arrested. under scottish law, they could face two years in prison, a fine or both. appearing in a scottish courtroom this morning, two united airlines pilots accused of showing up for their transatlantic flight to the u.s. saturday morning too intoxicated to fly. the veteran pilots were taken into custody here at gas go 162 was scheduled to leave for newark with 150 people on board. one passenger tweeting what's going on? police in the tunnel very little information. veteran pilot captain john cox. >> this is one of the areas where pilots and all flight crew members have a virtual zero tolerance for impairment for any reason. >> reporter: in a statement united airlines said the two pilots have been removed from service and their flying duties. we are cooperating with authorities and will conduct our own investigation as well.
airport, disbelief. >> these people have a huge responsibility. they have so many lives that they have to be responsible for. >> reporter: flight 162 finally took off from glasgow saturday with a new crew nearly ten hours late landing in newark at 8:32 p.m. the faa prohibits the consumption of alcohol within eight hours of the flight. most airlines make that rule 12 hours. we've had about a half dozen cases over the last few years of pilots attempting to f savannah, back to you. >> all right. tom costello, thank you. there are new developments this morning in the murder of two nuns in a small mississippi town. police have arrested and charged a suspect in that case that left their community reeling as mourners gather to pay respects at a memorial mass today. here's nbc's janet shamlian. [ bells tolling ] >> reporter: this morning a heartbroken community remembering two selfless servants. sister paula merrill and sister
always helping others. ? ? >> reporter: sunday night friends and family turned out for an emotional wake at the church where the nuns taught bible class. >> there's a reason for everything. and we may not understand today. but we will understand. >> reporter: authorities say rodney sanders who lived in the area has been charged with two counts of confessing to killing the women. the motive still unknown and no word on how sanders was implicated. at the time of the killing he was on probation. convicted of felony drunk driving last year. he served six years after being sentenced for armed robbery in 1986. police say sanders became a person of interest early in their investigation following tips from the community. >> it hurt me in my heart. but i loved these two ladies. >> reporter: the nuns were found stabbed in their home after failing to show at the clinic where they work as nurse
>> this is one of the poorest counties in all of mississippi. >> reporter: for some in this region, they were the only source of health care. >> lexington will be never be the same. health care will never be the same. people, their health will suffer. >> reporter: two lives lost. the impact for a community immeasurable. for "today," janet shamlian, nbc news. and now to some new video this morning of a new jersey transit officer rescue and tamron has got this incredible story. >> good morning, guys, this is one you'll remember today. victor ortiz made a split-second decision that saved a life, but this morning he tells us he was just doing his job. an act of heroism just in the nick of time. victor ortiz putting his life on the line saving a man laying on the tracks seconds between life and death. >> i was bracing for the worst, you know, but hoping for the best.
its headlights approaching fast. >> in my mind, i said this is not going to happen. not while i'm here. i'm going to do what i can to pull this guy through. >> reporter: ortiz admitting it was a struggle. the man significantly larger than him wasn't cooperating but ortiz found the strength to pull him off the tracks with no more than two seconds to spare. >> that last pull had it not worked we already know what would have happened. >> reporter: this morning police are calling ortiz a hero but hopes others would do the same. nothing, again, i wouldn't be able to bear that thought in my mind. >> reporter: a humble and proud cop, ortiz says the man later apologized and thanked him. >> he goes, i didn't mean to do what i did, and i told him at that point that's my job. my job is to protect and serve. >> the man's identity and condition have not been released. right now officer ortiz is on a well deserved and preplanned vacation. >> can we add a couple days onto that?
>> it really is. >> seconds. seconds. >> thank you, tamron. let's go to al. you've got some flooding in cincinnati. >> yeah. we've had some really heavy rain. we've seen the last couple weeks just some really heavy rainstorms that inundate areas. you can see garbage cans flying. all of a sudden streets becoming rivers. kentucky part of this as well, and we're going to watch today. nothing quite as bad,ut looking at strong storms down through florida and also some flooding possible in texas. gorgeous day. a lot of folks drying out in the ohio area on into kentucky and parts of tennessee. out west looking good as well. that's what's going on. we'll get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. k by night. also, his name is sous. no. sloppy joseph. a middle-aged man who's trying to get his life together, but he can't - he's to sloppy. huhhh - no! here you go. i got this. i get cash back so it's like everything's on sale.
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coming up on channel 20. >> good morning. i'm corey rose with this 9news update. both candidates stepping away from the campaign trail today as they prepare for the first presidential debate in less than a month. donald trump is set to roll out a round of ads right here in colorado. we will have details on channel 20. and sitting during the
people aren't too happy about this the 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick says he will keep on doing it until he seize changes in the way our country handles racial inequality. check in with marty and amelia. >> sky9, close to the mousetrap this morning. an active start. up and over that drive, 36, 25, 270 all seeing help this morning with cloud cover out to the east. busy northbound and southbound 25 near university but really sixth avenue. we have got two side street wrecks cleared at speer and lawrence, another at seventh and calmouth where a car went up onto the sidewalk and then a quick crash southbound i-5. we start with clouds, finish with partly sunny conditions, most of the heavy storms will be in central and southern colorado, especially the southern 2/3 of the state. we had heavy rain in colorado springs this morning. we are anticipating that again
as far as storms go this evening, it will again be in southeastern and east central colorado. moderate to very heavy rain possible in those parts of the state, north of county line road just a couple of really light showers possible. our temperatures making it into the 80s through the day today with a small chance for a shower down south as the better opportunity for rain. the next two days light rain
7:30. it's monday morning. 29th of august, 2016. can you believe it? summer is almost over. look at this crowd. centennial of the marine corps. happy toav >> let's take a quick check of today's headlines. reports of an active shooter sunday night at l.a.x. caused chaos, flight delays and evacuations. authorities determined it was a false alarm. donald trump is preparing to give a much anticipated speech on immigration this week as his campaign faces questions about that controversial deportation policy.
first time since 1964, good news, a team from new york has won the little league world series. the boys beat their rivals from seoul, south korea, 2-1 in a dramatic victory. congratulations, boys. we begin this half hour with growing controversy around nfl star colin kaepernick. the san francisco 49ers quarterback causing uproar when he refused to stand during the national anthem and he's not >> reporter: colin kaepernick is no stranger to controversy. protesting police violence and racial injustice frequently on social media. now he's taken a stand again by refusing to stand during the national anthem angering fans and fellow players. >> i know what i'm doing what's right. >> reporter: san francisco 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick speaking out on camera for the first time addressing his decision not to stand for the
racial injustice. >> there's people being murdered injusticely and not held accountable. cops are getting paid leave for killing people. >> reporter: the 28-year-old who is biracial had harsh words for both presidential candidates. >> you have hillary has called black teens or black kids super predators and donald trump who is openly racist. one of my roommates was moving out of the house in college and people in that neighborhood, the cops got called and all of us had guns drawn on us. >> reporter: his position causing backlash from victor cruz -- >> you have to respect the flag and you have to stand up with your teammates. >> people die every single day defending that flag that you refuse to stand for. i won't stand for that. >> reporter: this man sett ttin
kaepernick from his own team. >> at the end of the day, he's a 49er. he's our brother. we'll go forward. >> reporter: billionaire team owner mark cuban say i may not agree with him but colin kaepernick taught us we can still disagree in this country peacefully. the 49ers trying to find middle ground saying the national anthem is an opportunity to honor our country. we recognize the right of an individual to choose to participate or not. the nfl says players are encouraged but not required to stand during the playing of the national anthem. kaepernick willing to take the risk to stand up for what he believes in. >> i can't look in the mirror and see people dying on the street and say i can live with myself. >> reporter: kaepernick will refuse to stand for the national anthem going forward until things in this country change.
>> a turn now and al has a check of our weather. >> labor day coming up this weekend. unofficial end of summer. especially here in the east. we have summer heat stretching from the great lakes all of the way into the mid-atlantic states. today, new york city, 91 degrees. charlotte, 92 . one more day of the heat. there's a front that will push through. temperatures above average and then look at syracuse down to 72 on friday. 73 in boston. 81 in d.c. jackson will feel like it's 80 degrees. again, some cooler air heading
don't forget to get that weather any time you need it. check out the weather channel on cable. programming note to tell you about, coming up tomorrow, a "today" exclusive in a story we ll victim in the st. paul sexual assault case. she's coming forward talking about what life was like on campus after the assault and what it was like to testify and how she is doing today and how she hopes to help others in that position. we'll have that interview tomorrow morning. coming up next, natalie holloway's mother tells us why the quest for justice is not over 11 years after her daughter
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as publicity stunts. in the last few months there have been reports of confessions. when you hear that, what's your reaction? >> nothing. i already have my answer anyway. i have my answers to what happened to natalee and he's sitting in prison in peru. >> van der sloot is serving time in peru for the murder of business student, stefanie flores, he killed the five-year anniversary of natalee's disappearance. any part of you that looked at his sentence in peru and said i have to consider that part of his sentence for natalee. >> no because it's not. >> at this point after 11 years what does justice look like for you? >> justice is being served for stephanie flores thank god but justice has not been served for natalee. it would be justice to see him serve prison time in the united states. that would be justice for natalee. >> reporter: van der sloot faces charges in america. he's accused of extorting money from the holloways in exchange
before he's extradited to the united states, he must finish his sentence in peru which likely won't end until 2038. is it going to be hard for you to wait that long? >> no. no. it's not going to be hard. i left him in prison in peru. i feel good about that. >> law enforcement officials asked if she would be open to a deal for him if he provided credible information on large-scale drug operation unrelated to natalee's disappearance. she unequivocally said no. >> there are no deals. i don't want a deal. >> today beth holloway focuses on things that make her happy. family. motivational speaking and spending summers in montana managing a horse ranch moving forward yet never forgetting. for "today," joe fryer, nbc news, montana. >> tomorrow in our series, we'll revisit the saga of drew peterson.
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back now at 7:49. tamron is on orange room duty with all the best moments from a star-studded night at the video music awards. >> hey, carson. welcome back, carson. you'll be back in here tomorrow. we kept it nice and tight. meanwhile, madison square garden was the place as music's a-list gathered for the mtv video music awards. queen bee ruled the night from the start showing up with her carpet. it's reported that blue ivy's dress, $11,000. beyonce's dominance continued as she brought home her 25th career moon man, officially overtaking madonna. for the most vmas in history. if that wasn't enough. did you see that? took a bat to the camera while performing "lemonade." of course, the crowd went bonkers after that. another big moment, our guy.
as ryan lochte and no one in the audience was more shocked than fellow teammate michael phelps who was quick to capture the moment. when he was there. it was pretty funny. it was only fitting for that night that fallon started his speech in song, which i think you heard he said it's too late to say i'm sorry. rihanna performed four times throughout the show before accepting the michael jackson video vanguard award from her whether or not drake has won rihanna's heart, the speech took over the internet last night. here's what he said. >> we love the music that can change styles from album to album. we love the videos which change their artistic vision from year to year but most of all we love the woman who hasn't changed since day one. she's someone i've been in love with since i was 22 years old. >> so rihanna accepted the award with a kiss on the cheek. now there were people who
there's like all of her, people thought he was going to propose to rihanna. that didn't happen. >> what's going on, tamron? >> what's the scoop? >> the look of love. >> listen, she's very private about her personal life clearly he took out a billboard congratulating her on this vanguard award. listen. that's the look of love. let's face it. >> but that was so cute. >> a guy says i love you and you kind of wait and didn't really come back. >> gorgeous couple. >> they are a good looking tamron, thank you very much. coming up next, talk about fiery passion. the way one daring couple pull off the hottest wedding shoot ever. >> michael phelps is here. he will talk rio, retirement and why he's about to join you at the table. that's after your local news and weather. see me. don't stare at me. see me. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have. i'm not contagious.
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today we are going to be live at the 16th street mall where we are going to get an update on the increase in security down there and tour of the new shuttle buses designed to make it more convenient, see if that's helping out the issues down there as well -- down there at all. good news for consumers. credit card companies are in fierce competition to see who
and a new development of the epipen drama. the maker of the drug says it's going to offer a generic option for half the price. right now a two pack epipen costs more than $600. we will look into that. let's check the traffic and the weather now. >> thanks, gary. plenty of folks unhappy with this drive this morning, especially heading into the denver tech center. check out this live view of our southbound 25 stretch coming down from yale, it really looks like this all the way sixth avenue, broadway, colorado, down to the wreck interchange, we have also got a wreck along 36, it is eastbound near pecos, light slowdowns around that crash but heavier delays in place eastbound c-470 near ken caryl, westbound c-470 around platte canyon, both sides down there near chatfield very dense and heavy. sun glar we are -- glare, we are getting a pass today. >> certainly do. thunderstorms today focus in southern and central colorado, especially colorado springs
arkansas valley and the front range foothills, we may see a shower here but our chances are much, much smaller than folks living to our south and to our southeast during the afternoon and evening. temperatures here in the mid- 80s, very close to our average high temperature. it will be cooler along and south of county line road because of the clouds, again hanging in there. for us partly sunny conditions, very small chance for a storm in the metro area, much better especially south and conifer during the afternoon today. small chance for rain tomorrow and wednesday, if you get some, you won't get much and then it gets warmer and drier as we launch into the labor day
? it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, breakfast with a champion. >> michael phelps has done it again! >> coming up, his dominating performance in rio and his surprise appearance at the mtv music awards. olympian of all-time, stops by to talk about his latest honor. plus, cutting costs. if you have student loans, we have the answer for you as jean chatzky kicks off a new series with ways to help you trim your monthly expenses. and something old, something new. the reason behind the surprise onstage reunion between jennifer lopez and mark anthony, "today,"
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decorated olympian of all-time. michael phelps is here. he's ready to receive yet another honor. >> very, very cool. we'll talk to michael in just a little bit. you have baby with you. >> most fashionable baby i've seen. >> where are the baby's parents? >> they gave her to me. her name is zoe. i've been given her for five minutes. >> she's adorable. hi, sweetie. >> we have charlie and now zoe in the "today" show family. our garden on the go has labor to good use in a summer recipe so easy you might want to make it for dinner tonight. >> can't wait. dibs on the truck. i've got to have that truck. i'll fight you for it. let's get the news at 8:00. >> we begin this morning with the race for the white house. i'm kristen welker in washington. donald trump is vowing to unveil details about his immigration policy in phoenix on wednesday. hillary clinton is facing more fallout from the controversy
all this as they prepare for their next big face-off. the debates. this morning hillary clinton is surging ahead with a four-day fund-raising tour and getting help on the trail from celebrities. iowa native ashton kutcher visiting a campaign office and barbra streisand helping to raise campaign cash. now the former secretary of state is gearing up for a one-on-one with donald trump, with just four weeks to go before the first debate. one issue she'll have to contend too much coziness between donors at the clinton foundation and her state department. over the weekend, top democrats trying to turn the page. >> we think criminalized behavior is normal. i don't see what the smoke is. >> reporter: trump is also preparing, huddling with friends, family and top advisers. a hot topic for him, immigration. >> the media, as it usually does, has missed the whole point on immigration. >> reporter: speaking in iowa
>> on day one i'm going to begin swiftly removing criminal illegal immigrants. >> reporter: originally the republican nominee said he would deport all 11 million undocumented immigrants. >> we're going to have a deportation force. you're going to do it humanely. >> reporter: blanketing the sunday shows, republicans argued he's been completely consistent but offered little clarity about the details of his once signature issue. >> his position is going to be tough. his position is going to be fair but his position wl >> reporter: when asked about a possible deportation force? >> i think donald trump will articulate what we do with the people who are here. >> you'll find out from donald trump very shortly. he's going to be giving prepared remarks. >> reporter: this as clinton supporters try to turn up the heat on trump. >> we basically have a psychopath running for priz. i mean, he meets the clinical definition. >> this morning trump announcing
advertising in from four to nine. he's also issuing a challenge to clinton to release detailed medical records. the clinton campaign firing back that she already has and that it is trump that should release a legitimate detailed letter from a doctor after his physician told nbc news last week he wrote trump's medical assessment in just five minutes. savannah, carson? >> kristen welker, thank you very much. now to los angeles international airport slowly getting back to normal after a major security scare. reports of gunfire resulted in chaos. it was a false alarm. it disrupted the whole airport. nbc national corresp us. miguel, good morning. >> reporter: carson, good morning. the situation is returning back to normal after many flight delays, nearly 300 last night. this all began around 9:00 p.m. on sunday. lapd and the l.a. sheriff's department tell us their officers responded as well as airport police after reports of shots fired just after 9:00 p.m. or just before 9:00 p.m. yesterday. they say thousands of passengers
those reports were literally just a loud bang that someone heard. still, it created a cascade here. thousands of people rushing for the entrance. the all-clear was given about an hour later but there were many delays as we mentioned. police also say this airport was shut down for about an hour. today, they are trying to get back to speed but it's going to take some time for that to happen. carson, back to you. >> all right, miguel almaguer, thanks very much. a manhunt is under way for three dangerous inmates who escaped from a prison in northwestern louisiana this weeks. they jumped over two rolls of razor wire fence late saturday night. one of the many enwas serving time for attempted murder and armed robbery. police are warning residents there to use extreme caution if they see those suspects. a major announcement this morning from the maker of epipens following recent outrage over the high price of the life-saving devices.
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knows what's true. >> let's do business here. you know what's coming, right. >> i haven't seen it yet. >> so this is the lifetime achievement award wheaties box. there it is. pretty awesome. >> it is. and we've worked together in the past and you think of the greatest athletes in the world have been able to be on the box of wheaties and to be able to have the first lifetime achievement box, the career just keeps getting better and better. >> it's like adding accolades. it's empty. >> since rio, we saw a picture of you in a pool with the family. kind of hanging out. then we saw you on "america's got talent." we saw you at the vmas last night. when are you just going to chill out? >> the day after i got home i
2,000 yards. i gained 30, 40 pounds after 2012. i'm going to try not to do that this time. nicole and i have been working out together and traveling a little bit and i've been on the golf course a couple times. >> any splurge food that you have to have? >> i've always really eaten whatever whenever. now it's nice not having to wake up at the crack of dawn and i can sleep until boomer says it's time to get up and then i get up. and i go and workout or grab a cop of coffee or hang out. it's nice. he found a new love for football. preseason has been coming on. he's been glued to the tv. it's been really cool. >> a football buddy. i have to ask you. since you left rio, all of this happened with ryan lochte. i'm sure you've been following
teammate and somebody who did so much for the team. >> ryan and i have been teammates forever. it's always hard to see a friend and competitor go through a hard time like this. i know what it feels like. i've been through it before. and hopefully he can come out of this a better person. i reached out to him a couple times and he understands a lot and he will bebl this. >> how about bob, he'll be at arizona state. are you going to help him coach there? >> i told him i may not be there at the beginning of the year. i'll travel around doing things at the beginning of the year. i'm looking forward. this is a sport that identify b -- i've been able to get so much from and to help the college kid, any ki >> do you know what kind of coach you would like to be?
learn to have better patience because bob used to be, like, do that. fine. no problem. so i think patience is something that i'm going to have to learn. i think he can help me with that. >> boomer is going to help that. trust me. >> ever since i've gotten back it's been awesome to kind of feel like i'm doing my daddy duties. i got diaper bag on my back. car seat in so it's nice being back and being able to really spend time with him. >> you come back from rio and it's all about you. >> everybody wants boomer. >> we were walking out with a couple of beyonce's people last night and you guys have to follow me on instagram? really? we already do. he's become a crazy little dude overnight basically from rio.
>> he's over there. >> i love his outfit today. >> boomer will be on lifetime achievement award box soon. >> he hasn't woken up yet. >> good morning to nicole and boomer. thank you for being here. you have earned every bit of your relaxation. thank you so much. >> good to see you. >> best of luck. >> thank you. we'll get a check of the weather now. >> that's great to see. all right. thanks so much. something we're not happy about seeing. tropical number nine. the models agree it's going to come across the northern florida peninsula sometime early thursday morning. probably as a tropical storm but we have to watch it. it could strengthen. the big problem we're worried is rain. six inches plus for a good portion of florida. flooding and of course the zika virus a big concern too. we have tropical depression eight that's about 210 miles east-southeast of cape hatteras.
some kids are already back in. everyone is about to meet their teachers. check out this headline. i mean, don't we know this? students do learn more from attractive teachers. researchers at the university of nevada say students absorbed more from a lecture if the teacher was physically attractive. here's the thing. they say it's not about gender. it's not about sexual attraction. it's a matter of motivation and attention and male or female, people pay more attention. >> you may stare at the teacher but do you take in the information? >> two of my most memorable teachers in high school, social studies, big guy and english teacher looked like lieu casc -- lou castillo. got his excited. >> i learned plenty.
>> it is. >> i keep thinking about that horrible van halen video. i don't know why. >> sting was a high school teacher. >> that's a whole other thing. it's interesting. >> to the wedding photos that have gone viral. these newlyweds heated things up during their photo shoot as they posed on a volcano. it was taken on one of active tornadoes. they were staying at a campsite nearby and hiked to the volcano at sunrise to get these amazing photos. >> she hiked in that dress. that's the real deal. >> hot love. >> okay. one of the top pieces of advice any new parent hears, do not wake a sleeping baby. so it's not a surprise that parents will do anything to
on their door bells to deter visitors from ringing the doorbell. let's start with this one. doorbell is broken like your face if you ring it. look at this one. this is not a doorbell. it's a button that opens a trap door beneath you. here's another. this doorbell sporadically electrocutes you. final one. ring this doorbell a prize, my scr >> that one is cute. >> i would also disagree. you want your kid to get used to interruptions and things like that. >> is that true? >> i thought for the first week baby came home, everybody go about your business. now i'm, like, be quiet. >> all right. carson, your "pop starts." >> let's do it, guys. >> okay. >> let's begin with vmas.
roundup of the top moments. let's walk through it. number three, arianna grande, the photo from the red carpet got 1.1 million likes. we move to second place, blue ivy. beyonce sharing this behind the scenes picture of her 4-year-old daughter. at one point, 5 million likes and the top instagram moment from the vmas, beyonce strikes again with this photo of her and blue ivy. the mother/daughter duo pulled in complimenting outfits. and j. lo, the singer took the stage with her ex-husband, mark anthony, during their tour of new york city. jennifer and mark performed their latin pop hit. the song came out years before they dated and who was there cheering them on in their audience? their 8-year-old twins, max and emmy. mark shared this photo on instagram. that's his wife there. he used #allaboutfamily. >> very cool. >> very sweet. and if you're the ceo of
singer? who do you call? bruno mars, of course, setting the bar high for wedding music. and sehowing up to celebrate, mark zuckerberg was there and other stars of silicon valley. who wouldn't want bruno mars to perform at their wedding? for more pop stories go, to "today's" facebook page. they are there for you. that's your pop start. >> carson, thank you. i moved over here. we're having a brand new series called cost cutting today. we'll try to help you cut your monthly expenses. on tap this morning, we'll start with student loans. 2016 college students will graduate with an average of $37,000 in student loan debt yet 2.7 billion in free federal student aid goes unclaimed every year. so here with simple strategies to help you tap into that and reduce those monthly payments, let's go to "today's" financial
business. >> it is. a huge piece of business. kids come out of school with $37,000 in debt. >> you'll walk us through it before and after you borrow. what do we need to know? >> you have to act sooner than last year. the free application for federal student aid is coming out october 1st. "the new york times" is reporting that some schools may move up their aid deadlines. whether they do or not, get on it asap. because some aid once it's gone, it's gone. >> and what else? >> once you know that you are going to be borrowing, you want to go for federal loans first and private loans se a that's just because the interest rates on federal loans are generally lower and once you are going into repayment, there are a lot of programs that can make your life a lot easier. >> if you can borrow all federal, you should. >> absolutely. >> then check out commercial loans. >> if you're going commercial, there are new discounts to be aware of. wells fargo teamed up with amazon, giving half an interest point reduction. discover is giving a 1% rebate on the cost of your loan if you
sally mae is giving you a discount if you pay interest while in school but with private loans you may need a co-signer. >> potentially your parents. >> right. >> your next tip is get help before you borrow. >> if you're not sure and you're listening to this and i don't know what i should be doing, there's a website called nextgenvest.com. it hooks you up with kids who have already been through it as a michigan. it's free. and it's available in 20 states. really nice way to go. >> it's actually better to talk to someone who has been through it as opposed to someone that speaks your financial language, no offense to you. okay. fast forward. now it's after you borrow. >> after you borrow, know what's the cheapest, fastest way for me to pay back this money. gratify is a tool we like. you input your loan information, what you borrowed both federal and private. it tells you whether you should be going with income based
going to refinance your loans, you want to make sure you do your research. there are a lot of options out there. >> okay. finally, you want to make sure that you pick the right job or employer. >> does that mean the one that pays you the most? >> that certainly helps. there are some employers now like pwc and fidelity and common bond that have made student loan repayment an employee benefit. they're helping you pay back your loans. more emplo w that's something to look for. also, a quarter of kids in this country work in jobs where they qualify for public loan forgiveness. essentially this means you do this kind of a job for ten years, the rest of your loans will be wiped away. these are only federal loans. you want to make sure that if you're in this, you are registered. >> would it have to be ten consecutive years usually? >> it doesn't. it doesn't. for med students that work in not for profit hospitals, this
>> you say don't defer life even if you have that student loan debt. what do you mean? >> make sure you put money into your 401(k) and pay down high interest rate credit card debt. return on your money you get from doing these things rather than rushing to pay off student loans faster is better. >> pay off credit card debt because interest rates are so much higher, right? >> exactly. the 401(k) you get the match. >> pay the commercial loans first. >> highest interest rate first. >> okay. thank you so much. you can find all of 's >> thank you so much, savannah. you know, we got our garden on the go. we'll put the fruits of our labor onto the plaza and cook up a fantastic meal for you. it's all coming up. first, your local news and weather.
state. and hundreds of people marching topless through some of denver's busiest spots. it's legal. why they did it over on channel 20. let's check weather and traffic now on this monday morning. good morning, guys. >> hey, guys, good morning. i ran into all that yesterday. >> so did gary. >> so did gary. both of us were equally shocked. go out and take a look at we head out to 25, still close to an hour delay southbound, we had a crash southbound south of 225, 16 miles per hour is still the delay. this is an improvement. we were moving, southbnd ago but we are sluggish once again. i have a feeling there's still a couple of vehicles off to the shoulder. across our side streets we've got two crashes on 285, one at sheridan, one at lowell and another crash out to the east at parker and orchard so busy on the side streets as well. and around here we have a cloudy start, clouds are going to start moving on, in an odd motion. go from the southeast to the northwest today. look for several areas of thunderstorms right in the center of the state from colorado springs to woodland
to buena vista, leadville, salida and down to the san luis valley later in the day. foothill areas have a much better chance to see rain today. also have heavy storms and potential flooding along and east of the border with kansas and nebraska. 70s, 80s for lower elevations with the sunshine, we will get into the mid-80s today, 50s and 60s in our mountains. today partly sunny, an ice late shower here, foothills areas -- isolated area, mountain areas and along 285 that's where we have the best chance for rain today. limited, limited light showers in the next few days. don't look for much rain coming up early tomorrow or wednesday and it gets even drier going into the holiday weekend as temperatures again soar back up
good morning, everybody. welcome back to "today." it is monday, august 29th. it's 8:30 in the morning. a beautiful crowd out here on the plaza. there's zoe that we love. >> we should set zoe up with boomer. >> i like that. matt is off this morning. he'll be back tomorrow. carson is back, which is the greatest. >> coming up, toothpaste is so last season.
powder. i love how the audience screams for toothpaste. it's about powder. one of the high tech beauty products you want to get your hands on from magnetic mascara to self-peeling lip stain. >> i have no idea what you're talking about. i look forward to that segment. as his single climbs the charts, a here making his network tv debut with a live performance which we're excited awesome. >> let's look at our week ahead. you can see a lot of wet weather from texas into the great lakes for today and southeast as well as we move into the week you'll see the wet weather continues down south with heavy rain there with tropical system making its way in. southwest stays wet. cloudy and cool by friday. more rain in the southeast. warm in the northeast. below normal in texas where it will be raining.
the plains and it just stays toasty as we continue out west and then finally chills down in the pacific northwest and the eastern seab >> in honor of the marine corps, reserve centennial, my suit is made out of marine corps shirts. carson? >> great to have those men and women here. the 2016 ryder cup is right
davis love is kicking off a nationwide trophy tour starting here at "today." good to see you. here she is. we have to get this sucker back on american soil. europeans for the last decade have been dominating. what have you done differently with our team? >> we're working really hard to get this cup back from darren clark and started a team usa great assistant captain helping me, tiger woods, steve stricker, tom lehman. i read that tiger is the reason you're back for your second time being captain. >> we had a task force that set up this new program we're doing and tiger and raymond floyd and rickie fowler said we would like to have davis do it again. >> what do the europeans team do. what do they do that we're trying to change our program to think about ryder cup teams of the future. >> they're on a roll. they're making more putts than us.
prepared and calm them down a bit and let them play golf. >> what does the team look like right now? >> we have final eight after the barclays and now we have to think about picks. we pick four guys over the next month. guys are going to play hard the next couple weeks trying to make a captain's picks. you want anyone in the top 100 is in it. th i get to pick the night before we go to ryder cup after the tour championships. anybody is still in it. a lot of guys, ryan moore has been playing well. obviously rickie. there's a lot of guys still in it. >> take me for a putting lesson here. >> i came out early. got some practice. >> this is a replica of a famous hole here. >> payne stewart bridge at hazelton. there you go. >> come on. >> you're up.
come on, captain. >> my gosh. if i make this, i want to be one of your captain's picks. >> come on! >> come on. >> i came out and i'm prepared. i practiced and you didn't get to practice. >> is this the stanley cup now? >> like the stanley cup we'll tour the ryder cup around the country and take it a lot of places. univer o i'm taking it to north carolina/georgia game next weekend. a lot of fun. let the fans see the cup before we go win it back. >> that's awesome. good luck to you. we're counting on you. >> thank you very much. september 30th on the golf channel and of course right here on nbc. coming up next, is it worth splurging on high tech beauty products? we'll put them all to the test.
>> we're back. it's 8:38. high tech beauty innovations when you hear the word technology might think of computers instead of compacts but these new developments are changing the face of beauty product. how do you know what's worth instyle magazine put some products to the test. this is my shopping segment. i have a bag and take the stuff. >> it's worth it. you have to shop. you have to do it. >> you tested and editors found these kind of met the guarantees. >> we asked editors and testers and expert in every feel. a makeup artist, doctor, something like that. >> let's start with this lip
this is a new trend. a new formula. it promises to deliver ten hours of bold color. what you do is apply it. you leave it on for ten minutes. and then you peel it off. >> have you peeled it yet? >> i haven't peeled it yet. >> once you peel it off, the color that you get is meant to last for ten hours. >> does it hurt to peel off? >> it's really easy. it f bit. >> it gives you that puflbeauti color. it's a really bold color. >> i like it. cool. >> it's really nice. >> i'll take one in every color. next mascara. what's innovation here? >> you don't necessarily think you need technology for your mascara but this uses magnetic forces so they are positively charged in the formula that
apply it in one swipe and you don't get clumps and dreaded clumps you get separated, lengthened and beautiful lashes and that works really well. people think it's a great mascara. >> i'm both intrigued and intimidated by this. this is at home filler. >> that sounds extreme. if you are maybe not ready to use a filler, you don't necessarily have to go to a doctor's office for it. this is an option for you. th it's a syringe. it's not going to do anything that you would do with a needle. it's a syringe and two-step process. fill it into lines and you use the film to seal it in. and then you apply it to lines and adds fullness and volume. >> sounds like you should know what you're doing if you're going to use this. >> it's tricky. that's what testers felt. it will help you in between doctor's visits if you get
>> i'll try it. it's more expensive i would say. more of an investment. tell me about this dirt toothpaste here. >> you wouldn't think dirt could get you clean but actually this is a green product that's meant to -- organic clay toothbrushing powder. you dip it in powder. it's meant to not kill your teeth. there's baking soda in here for stains. cinnamon for that minty feel. none of the bad chemicals. our dentist expert thought that it's fine but you should probably keep going to the dentist to make sure that you're not having bad effects from not having fluoride. >> last but certainly not least, a gorgeous model.
>> this has three technologies in it. it's microneedling, infrared light therapy, anti-inflammatory and then stimulation through vibration. so you just apply it. you turn it on. you apply it. it goes over your face and wrinkles and it kind of just gives you those three therapies. it's meant to build your skin gets a tiny wound and it heels to boost that collagen. in studies people said it works and improves the look of brightening and tightening your face. >> can you do it if your pregnant? >> yeah. >> thank you. all of these products are interesting. we appreciate it. if you want more information, go to our website, today.com. coming up next, a great seasonal recipe from our garden on the go.
back now at 8:45 with "today's" garden on the go. at the beginning of the summer, we planted the seeds of healthy living when we took our truck from the white house to our plaza. the message being healthy isn't all that hard. over the summer i brought this pennsylvania avenue, home to the white house and its kitchen garden. >> exact same varieties that grow in the white house kitchen garden. >> there we got dirty potting and planting to put together "today's" garden on the go. america, we're bringing the "today" show garden to you. from eggplant to peppers, strawberries and sage in two months this moveable beast has
can be. and take a look at how our garden is growing. all week we're going to deliver recipes putting our garden on the go to good use. you are competing on grocery games on the food network. good to see you. we got a very cool hanger steak with salsa that has surprises in it. here's our recipe grid. you can get it on toco you have interesting items. >> i have golden raisins, capers, a lot of fresh stuff. this is peppers. pickles. herbs. garden on the go mixed with cool stuff. i stole some oregano from garden on the go. cooking that with hanger steak.
i love integrating herbs there. eggplant is an alternative. >> really in abundance right now. easy to grow. when you do your eggplant, do you salt it first? >> i salt the eggplant a little bit and i let it sit. that liquid and bitterness come out and cook it until tender. a fun idea instead of steaks, eggplant or both. >> you could do both. far as health is concerned. >> you can get it from that garden on the go. >> these are the same vegetables and herbs that are grown in the white house kitchen garden and we're taking it all over. now, you're going to start to slice up the hanger steak. meantime, our group here, tasting. >> garden on the go, phenomenal. >> i would take salsa on
right. >> you definitely want to cut it against the grain. makes it tenderized. i'll have you put salsa we just put together. look at this gorgeous beef. everything from ingredient grid. >> this is a real surprise. raisins have sweetness to it. >> they do. chewiness. wonderful texture. part of the freshness of vegetables is having contrast and texture and then that >> here's another one that i would never have put these two together. you brought a tomato and strawberry salad. what do you think of this? >> it's fantastic. >> really interesting. >> i love it. >> i'm getting immediate feedback. >> there you go. we appreciate it. thank you so much. head to our "today" food facebook page.
series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> you may not know the name wrabel yet but that will change. this talented singer songwriter has been compared to artists like sam smith. >> his single "11 blocks" is out now. he's heading on tour this is his tv debut. happy to have you here. congratulations on everything. >> thank you very much. >> when i'm not here, i'm on radio nationally. momentum. what does that feel like? have you heard it on the radio yet? >> i heard it on the radio. i actually got a tattoo first time i heard it on the radio. >> that's awesome. >> it's crazy. it's weird. i keep saying it's weird. i need to come up with a new word. >> surreal. >> it's your voice. >> it's like looking around like is this happening? turning it off.
of that. you're going out on tour which is amazing. you'll open for them. >> my first date is september 12th with them. northern california. first time on tour. >> pretty cool. how do you describe your music for people watching now getting to know you as an artist? >> it's my life. it's emotion first. consequences. >> we can relate to that. let's hear your song. take it away. ? ? 11 blocks from my door to your doorstep ? ? three years later and it feels too close ? ? i thought i broke the last of that break indonesia ?
grabbing a coffee ? ? the same old spot but i'm on my own ? ? i feel okay in the day but at nighttime. you know how i get when i'm alone ? ? cause my mind won't stop it's just 11 blocks ? ? i know that you're home ? ? cause it's friday night you're not that type ? i know that you're home ? ? 14 blocks from your door to this party ? ? i caught myself counting on the way ? ? and right when i stepped in the door to the party ? ? i stepped outside to grab a smoke ?
alone no ? ? cause my mind won't stop it's just 14 blocks ? ? i know that you're home ? ? cause it's friday night you're not that type ? ? i know that you're home ? ? someone stop me please from hurting myself ? ? cause i'm two blocks away and you're ? and it's friday night you're not that tiype ? ? i know that you're home ? ? somebody stop me ? ? i should be going home ? ? somebody stop me ?
? and i think i'm in love ? ? but my mind won't stop, it's just 11 blocks ? ? i know that you're home ? ? cause it's friday night, you're not that type ? ? i know that you're home ? ? i met someone in love ? ? but i'm two blocks away and you're just like a drug ? ? my mind won't stop, it's just 11 blocks ? ? i know that you're home ? ? i got somebody ?
this is 9news. >> hi, everyone, i'm gary shapiro with this 9news update. today rtd shuttle buses on the 16th street mall are getting a facelift. 36 new bus rides will debut this fall. you will see and feel the difference in your new ride. the new buses are battery operated, all electric and air conditioned in addition to snazzy new paint jobs. they run from civic center to center station passengers a day, sometimes all in one bus: [ laughter ] >> no, i'm just kidding. >> i bet they have amazing batteries in those things. >> i guess so. sound pretty nice, really and the mall ride is a good deal. >> it is a good deal. around here today we have a few thunderstorms that are going to try to get going, mostly be in the foothills, the mountains and to the south and west of metro denver so if you do get some showers, you are more likely to do so if you live in the south or west side of the metro area.
anticipating some very heavy rain during the day today, we will also see moderate to heavy storms along the borders with kansas and nebraska. while we are in the 80s, don't have to go very far south before you hit 70-degree high temperatures from castle rock to the south wi ds and the slightly higher elevations, it will be cooler in those locations. today partly sunny and isolated shower or thundershower, most of the action today is going to be in the foothills. tomorrow and wednesday temperatures are cooler, the atmosphere settles down a concerned with thunderstorms around here and into the holiday weekend we go with readings reaching about up close to 90 degrees, we have a lot of stuff going on this weekend, taste of colorado and the rocky mountain showdown friday night. >> absolutely. marty, thank you much. we will be back in 25
this morning on "today's take," beyonce's big night. the epic 15-minute performance that brought down the house at vmas and dr. oz will join us and a summer dish you can make tonight. all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, tamron hall, and billy bush live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" for a monday morning, august 29th, 2016. i'm al alongside tamron. we are missing our pal, billy, who got caught up in the chaos
we can't have him here. this is the best way to have billy bush. where you put him in a tv monitor. >> it's virtual billy. >> that's right. >> just bring him over. >> it's like we can move you anywhere we want. do you feel dizzy from the movement? >> i smell a lot better this way too. it's been a long night, folks. >> what happened? tell us about it. >> so i'm at l.a.x. last night. i went to take the redeye last night. i get to the airport. i think this is one of those things where we've seen for a lot of people you see it on tv, you see it in the news, and you think this will never happen to me. i won't be caught up in this. all of a sudden i'm in terminal 4 american airlines. i was watching espn. had time for a fast beer at that bar right there. i sat down. all of a sudden i paid and i'm walking out and a stampede of
terror at me. a bomb is going to go off. something is happening. didn't immediately think gunshots. i'm asking everybody and this woman says someone has a gun. i turned around. i ran right back into that restaurant. i went straight back into their kitchen. there's a woman holding her baby. there's people in tears. shear panic. and then they come over the overhead and we find out that -- we found out way later tha shooter. they had a guy dressed as zoro that they apprehended but he was just a wacky guy. >> lester holt was there as well. he was landing. >> how long did this go on, bill >> it went on for hours. they had to take everybody, every passenger had to be emptied out of the terminals and then they had to go through tsa screening again. at that point i said it doesn't matter. i'll never make it to the show on time. i got back in a cab and hopped
little one who has her first day of school today. >> worked out anyway. >> i understand you got a tattoo. >> i did. this is controversial parenting here. i'll have to -- tamron you told me that -- >> i have tattoos. yeah. >> my daughter, josie, turned 18 on friday. why i came back to l.a. she said, look, i want to get a tattoo. what kind? she said right o the beautiful part, you, me and mom, that's the little cross. very small. this is the most painful process in the world. >> that's one of the most -- that wrist area and your ankle are two of the roughest spots that you can get as well. you have some other ones but those are on the list. so the whole crew got it.
>> very nice. >> a family bond. i like it. >> now the other ones, we have a 15 year old and 11 year old and when they're 18, they can decide if they want to join us. >> what if your 15 year old says i want a body piercing. let's all get a body piercing. when she turns 18. >> when she turns -- i guess there's nothing i can do. i won't pay for it. >> you have to do it. >> what's the difference between a tattoo and i'm just saying. >> has to be within your own comfort zone. i'm comfortable as a body piercing as of yet. that may change. >> i can see you with a belly button thing. i cannot see that nor do we -- >> you won't actually lay eyes on it. tamron, u.s. open, you played tennis with andy murray. i'm jealous about that. did you beat him?
you were out at adventure land with me. >> it was not on a tennis court. >> andy murray is the sweetest guy. i was out friday. they work hard to bring tennis to girls. the numbers are still very low when it comes to girls being exposed to tennis programs. they invited me out. why are you laughing, billy? >> the outfit >> our wardrobe department -- it had a nike logo. so they covered it "today" show logo because we can't endorse. andy was so sweet. he brought out two kids. we played partners. so my partner, this really sweet boy. i turned to him and said are you excited that i'm your partner? he froze.
you and not andy murray? i tried my best. i can at least say that. >> that's all that matters. >> as two dads, i would think that certainly that's the advice you give the girls, right? try your best. >> do your best. that's why we're so excited about the success of the roker burger. ake sck and i did our best. we did our best. and in fact, all across the country the roker burger sold out. they ran out of roker >> i single handedly shut down the one in battery park. i shutdown one location. >> we're thrilled. it helped no kid hungry, which is great charity that helps fight childhood hunger. the folks at shake shack could not have been nicer and folks tweeting that they ran out were very understanding and some folks said they drove 25 miles to get their roker burger and they couldn't get it. >> any chance this can come back
it's like the mcrib. if the demand is high, can't we do that? >> that's a good idea. >> this is fun i'm looking back at you, without your man spread i feel like i'm half you. >> very much alive but in hiding. >> it's much more comfortable here. >> i got to tell you, i like waist up. >> i think we send top half of you back here and leave bottom half back in l.a. >> you're like that character from the you're all head. >> leave the man spread at home. the genius of the roker burger often times is a terrible tossup for me whether i want to have pulled barbecue or if i want to have a burger. the fact that you combined the two for an ingenious creation for a fabulous cause means it must come back. i searched in the airport for it. i'm one of the people that did not get a roker burger. it needs to come back. >> some folks have said it's
mouth. you have the grill. you have the hamburger. barbecue. pulled pork. everything. cheese. >> the cheese was amazing. but bottom line is, billy, you're right we need to campaign. shake shack has been so wonderful and thrilled to team up with you. >> we'll find out how many we sold. >> we had one serious night last night, guys, at the vmas. i know we all watched. lots to talk about coming up from beyonce's ensemble. i wonder if tamron will agree about if britney spears delivered. >> what about dr. oz? we have dr. oz. >> dr. oz will be making a house call. >> he's going to take our waist see me. see me. don't stare at me. see me. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have.
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fashionable so i feel like the odd man out here. i can never look as good as you. >> fishing for compliments. we love you, okay. >> look at that r. roker. >> he's like chocolate thunder. >> exactly what i was thinking. >> which would make billy white lightning. >> i like that. okay. black thunder. white lightning. i'm crazy fashion. did you see blue ivy's dress? >> how much was that? i mean, if you can afford it. that's a drop in the bucket for her. >> look how regal that shot is. i think blue ivy is going to be the next big performer. i do. i think her mom was a child performer. >> she should be whatever she wants. >> i'm saying beyonce's dad
to be this incredible talent. blue ivy is in piano, different things like that. she's rocking the energy of the vmas. >> i love that they used to keep her hidden and now she's out and about. >> how about ca kanye? >> kim kardashian, there's a trend. alicia keys started it. bit. are people doing that? >> alicia keys did not have on makeup. kim kardashian has makeup that looks like you don't have on makeup. it's an illusion. it's like they do strobing and it's supposed to make you look using a highlighter or illuminator in your cheek area. it's designed to look more natural. to your point than she normally does. she just had a baby. look at her body.
how did she look? >> she looked good. i thought she looked awesome. >> she was rocking. we'll talk about the other stuff a little bit later that you and i have to work out. her look was ridiculous. look at her body. >> what do you have to work out? >> the performance, man. i think she was -- i think -- i don't think she was singing. >> britney? singing. no question. >> i'm not ready to go that far. >> definitely not singing but was there enough of a routine out there? last time she performed at the vmas was 2007. it was a bad night. they called this a triumphant return. worst part is she followed
her manager, we would be talking today about how did this happen to me? how did you let me follow beyonce? 16 minutes of "lemonade." >> the beef between beyonce and rihanna over them getting in the elevator and whatever happened there, rihanna had four performanceshat werethe end of y beyonce stole the night from absolutely everybody. and sang every word of it sweating, performing, making giant statements with the female gender symbol at the end. >> after she performed, i actually thought the show was over. and then i was, like, no, address britney. >> how about my man drake presenting -- >> proposing. >> either presenting or
>> the no proposal. >> take a look at this. >> can change styles from album to album. we love the videos which change artistic vision from year to year but most of all we love the woman who hasn't changed since day one. she's someone i've been in love with since i was 22 years old. >> she's, like -- >> she blows him off. >> i didn't know you were going to say that. >> i want them to be together, billy them to be together. >> this is my reaction to his speech. this is tough. >> what did you do? >> this was actually about two years ago at a drake concert. i took leila and a couple of her friends to see drake. i was halfway -- drake hadn't come on yet. this was halfway between
>> i don't know if we still have it speaking of sometimes not getting, designer, he sings "panda." he was interviewed in the pre-interview of the vmas. listen. >> do i even have to ask you questions? you have so much vibe and energy. i love the suit. >> you know how it is. >> this is a scene from "airplane." i speak jive. >> i thought -- you know, i was, like, is it me? i went on twitter. i'm not completely off. i go and do a search for designers. i'm officially old. i don't know what he's saying. i'm my parents. it was flooded with people
>> he's like a thin albert. >> by the way, we have a lot going on in the tropics right now. a lot of stuff. i thought we would move along. here's what we have going on weatherwise. we have hurricane gaston. we have two tropical depressions out there. and we've also got something going on out in the pacific as well. one we're looking at right now number nine, tropical depression nine. 35-mile-per-hour winds moving west at 9. early thursday morning it will da dumping anywhere from 5 to 7 inches of rain or more, which will be a big problem because of the zika virus and standing water. we're really worried about that. second system off the carolina coast. that thing is going to basically come on just basically brush the carolina coastline and bring another 3 to 5 inches of rain there. we also have something down in
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get the answer wrong, you have to crank up divvy meter. high cholesterol is the best prediction of heart disease. >> false. >> true. >> crank it up, tamron. we'll talk about why. more important is your blood pressure. is optimal blood pressure 135/85. true or false. >> no idea. >> you're good at this, al. high five. i like that. he's right. this is important. high blood pressure 140/90. what happens to average american, they die of a heart attack. you don't want average. you want above average.
more concerning, 50 or 90? >> 90. >> 50. >> it's 90, tamron. you have heart beats in your life. michael phelps is probably 10. more of an athlete, lower you are. >> we'll have more with dr. oz including three vital health checks. you've got questions. >> remember these five words. put them up here. face. velvet. church. daisy. red. when we come back, we'll ask you to come back up with them and if you don't have the ability, it concerns me. >> dr. oz with the stuff you need to know to make sure you start off the school year with
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we are back with dr. oz who has his finger on the pulse of your health and ours as well. >> okay. you gave us three important tests. you already have one down here. >> blood pressure optimal is yours is high. only because i'm sitting next to you. white coat syndrome. in addition, busy work day. but you want it to be less than 120/80 if possible. do you have a pulse even? that's really low. >> my resting heart rate is about 65. >> people athletic have heart rates in the 60. yours is reasonable as well.
your blood pressure checked? >> i've not been to the doctor in two years. okay. let's not judge. i'm going to be honest. i have insurance of course. i'm one of those people i made a point of going to get my annual female exam. i've not been to the doctor in two years. i know, i know, i know. >> easy to get at home these devices. simple. here's why it's so important. number one cause of ageing is your blo like. i want you to am-lplhae? which shards. scrape that. you start to actually dig gashes in there. you see that hole you made there. this is what happens. once you get cracks in there, the body gets upset and blood pressure is a hammer. take this hammer if you don't mind. hit it right about there.
i had this fixed up. there it is. there. it's really bad blood pressure. once you have a hole in your artery, you have to fix it. what's the best way to fix a hole? you use plaster. unfortunately the body's plaster is something called cholesterol. you take cholesterol and slather this on there and you get not appealing material and over time >> that's lining your blood vessel. >> we need to cut out salt. >> pressure, stress, number one problem we find in our surveys is probably the biggest driver. being short-term stressful environment like doing the show here or exercising raises your blood pressure but long-term stress you can't get away from it doesn't cause this plaque buildup. don't want that inside of you. >> waist line and why is waist measurement so important? >> the other way of dropping
your waist. hold on. there's a lot of stuff including squeezing of your kidneys which is responsible for regulating your blood pressure. your body will raise the blood pressure. men don't weigh themselves and women weigh too much. your waist size is the most accurate technique. everyone at home listen carefully. men over the age of 40, we take the belt and put it down there. >> still wearing a size 32. >> the sweet spot is take a simple measuring tape around your hips. up to your belly button there. suck it in now. you're 27. 27 inches is the number you have to remember. it needs to be less than half your height. just to put numbers on it. for men it should be less than 40 inches. for women less than 35 inches. that's the rule of thumb. easy to follow.
up in weight. causing eating issues. use a measuring tape. >> next up -- >> please have a seat. >> the quiz is important here. i'm going to try to figure out whether you have something to worry about with your memory or not. you put five words up there before we went to break. you need to be able to remember those words for at least five to ten minutes. it's been about that long now. so you guys -- an don't mind. i put a memory quiz here. there's your chalk. write down those five words. do not look at each other's cards. do it yourself. don't lock at what they're writing here. you should be able to remember those for thatrtecal r them. if you can't get it right, i'll help you a list of words which you should be able toj' recognize.face. >> velvet.
what does that mean? >> it means i'm a skipping >> if you c?s?$fan put u?ip the for everody,ps the real issue i. but if you can't pick themu out of that list, that's behind al right now, that's a separate issue. don't panic. if you can't pick it up, observe yourself over anymore? we have smartphones. don't remember numbers anymore. exercise your brain a little bit. if you don't think it's normal, see somebody. we can do things to help you. it works. >> thank you, dr. oz. >> two years is a long time. >> i'm going to correct it. you can see "dr. oz show" this fall september 12th. check your local listings. >> you know what else keeps you healthy? fresh tomatoes from the garden.
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favorite. what i love about this is, people are so surprised at how much salt and sugar is in commercial pasta sauce. and this has so much more flavor. >> this is really easy. all you have to do is have good tomatoes around. good olive oil. this is the time. this is the season. >> here's our lovely grid of ingredients. i think one of the great things that makes this is the garlic. >> garlic, olive oil. again, fresh basil. what we're going to do is i t tea. i put all of this together and let it cook really slowly. >> how slowly? >> like eight to ten minutes. a really super low heat. it will look like this. if you taste that, you can taste all of the ingredients. >> that's great. >> tomatoes we'll take and core
just score the skin. we let it cook inside there for maybe 30, 40 seconds or so. >> then you put it in an ice bath. >> directly out of of the water into an ice bath, cool down. you're going to squeeze it like this. then take this peeled tomato and this is what it looks like. in a hot pan, a little more extra virgin olive oil. we have these we're going to cook them for about 30 to 35 minutes. a little salt. a little salt and then once it's done we're going to crush it. cook it about 30 minutes or so. i don't like to cook my sauce more than 40 minutes. >> you add a little of the reserve tomato juice. >> exactly. >> that's great. good thing i got you here. >> now, as far as making the
i said, about 30 minutes. i'm going to take this spaghetti. right. put it directly out of the water, toss it like this and let it cook down. i'm going to add -- turn off this fire. i'm going to add -- this is a key. this fresh basill adds to the dish. it's really the most >> fantastic. and the farmers markets all over, they have lots of tomatoes. good to see you. and don't forget, you get this recipe e-mailed to you, sign up for the today's food news letter going to today.com/food, or text food to 66866. now this. >> today's weather is brought to you by the venture card from
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>> i'm ready. i feel so good. >> first child? >> my first child. super excited. i'm just proud of being able to do a movie like this and my little girl see somebody she can look up to and just strength. i feel like this is the year of the woman. i just feel like women are so empowering right now. there's something in the air. i just feel like it's a good time. >> you dropped a hint. it's a little >> it's a little girl. i'm so excited. >> so great to meet you. congratulations on the movie. >> i love you guys by the way. >> we love you. constantly working. good stuff. "southside with you" in theaters right now. we're back in a moment.