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o fast? >> i think they always go by fast but that's just me. >> the "today" show is next. we'll see you for local updates in 25 minutes. >> you can always get updates with the nbc 10 app. have a great day. good morning. let the race begin. republican senator ted cruz becomes the first major presidential candidate with an announcement online overnight declaring his run. >> it's going to take a new generation of courageous conservatives to help make america great again. >> could this push others to jump in sooner? hit list. the u.s. military vows not to budge after isis publishes the names and addresses of u.s. service members. even the photos of some of them, urging their loyalists to go after them. the durst dilemma. as robert durst heads back to court this morning, the question facing authorities, should he stay in new orleans and face weapons charges or be extradited to los angeles for the murder of his friend?
and the end of an era. >> you never say thank you! >> that's what the money is for! >> the hit series "mad men" preparing for its final episodes, and we're getting an exclusive sneak peek from the cast as they join us live in studio 1a today, monday, march 23, 2015. from nbc news this is "today." with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a monday morning. it may only be two full days into spring but -- >> 596 days until election day. by the way, did you have ted cruz in your bracket? >> got it. >> first one in. >> perfect. and he's going to set the stage for what happens after this. it is our top story. the first puzzle piece now falling into place for the 2016 presidential race. texas republican senator, ted
cruz throwing his hat in the ring overnight with that tweet right there. he's making it official at an event in virginia this morning. nbc's kelly o'donnell is there. kelly, it's texas senator ted cruz. why virginia? >> reporter: well, you're right, matt. we are a long way from his hometown of houston. we're even far from the early decision-making places like iowa or new hampshire. but ted cruz has picked the home base of young evangelical conservatives to kick off his white house run. a cruise missile launched after midnight. >> and i'm ready to stand with you to lead the fight. >> reporter: in a video message tweeted to 350,000 followers, the texas senator announced his run for president. >> it's going to take a new generation of courageous conservatives to help make america great again. >> reporter: sunday night, a casual cruz wife heidi and their two daughters did a brief
rehearsal on the stage at liberty university choosing this evangelical headquarters cruz is sending a message. >> if you say you support life and you support marriage show me where you stood up and fought. >> reporter: with his texas-sized ambitions, today cruz bucked the establishment again, by skipping the preliminary steps and jumping into a full-scale campaign. >> either you love ted cruz or you hate ted cruz. but no matter what you know he is i'd logically clear. >> reporter: critics say he led to the 2013 government shutdown. his 21-hour talk-a-thon even veered into dr. seuss' lane. >> i would not eat green eggs and ham, i do not like them sam i am. >> reporter: last week in new hampshire, a child's reaction to cruz's rhetoric put a 3-year-old in the spotlight. >> the whole world is on fire. >> the whole world is on fire? >> your world is on fire. but you know what your mommy is
here and everyone is here to make sure that the world you grow up in is even better. >> reporter: also new this morning, ted cruz has released a biographical video to introduce himself. he's 44 only been on the national scene for a couple of years, and he's talking about this new generation as a way to try to separate himself, contrast himself, from other candidates like jeb bush. savannah? >> all right, kelly o'donnell, thank you so much. let's talk more politics with mark halperin managing editor of bloomberg politics. good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. >> reporter: first decision get in first, and he's gobbling up all the media energy in the first 24 hours. >> if you're in a race better to start before anybody else right? pretty basic. other people are going to get in the coming weeks. ted cruz is trying to differentiate himself. he's not very well-known. he's got populist support at the grass roots level but needs more people to know him faster. smart way to do. >> reporter: the book on senator ted cruz is he is whip smart, a
conservative fire brand, knows how to throw rhetorical bombs. do you consider him a top tier candidate? >> i think he's a second tier candidate. he captures part of what the republican party wants. they want someone to go to washington and shake things up. you hear it again and again from voters. but they also want washington to work better and ted cruz's challenge is to continue to say i can change things but also make washington work. republicans want that too. >> if this is the starting gun on the 2016 race boy, what a republican field. eight, nine, potential candidates? >> i think there's eight or nine who could be the nominee, eight or nine more who could run. people in the early voting states like iowa and new hampshire, they have seen the activity. today is the start of this thing going national. the whole country is going to be on in this wild ride to say which of these 8 or 9, 12 13, 14 people can win the republican nomination. >> meanwhile, the democratic side is as lonely as the republican is crowded. where do you think hillary clinton comes down on announcing her run? >> the next couple weeks.
republicans are running in a field of 13 or 14. right now she is running in a field against herself and kind of losing. all these questions about her e-mails, whether she should face a nomination fight means democrats are worried, putting all their chips on one horse, hillary clinton. and if she ends up having problems they're making maybe she should be tested by a democrat rather than risk sending her into a general election without having debates and the kind of scrutiny you get when you have a contestant fight. >> we'll see you lots in the next 596 days. thank you so much. >> thank you. now to a disturbing development in the fight against isis. that terror group posting a hit list of names, addresses, and even photos of u.s. service members. let's bring in richard engel, nbc's chief foreign correspondent. richard, good morning. what can you tell us? >> good morning. it has 100 names on it. it's an isis hit list. it appears to be aspirational. and in a statement, the pentagon says the information wasn't hacked from any classified sources but mostly culled from
news reports and social media. the pentagon says it's mostly a scare tactic a call to murder by isis. the group released a list of u.s. military personnel and asked loyalists in the united states to hunt them down. the list included american troops' home addresses and contact information. defense officials tell nbc news the list does include names of active duty service members, some deployed overseas some combat pilots. the pentagon is encouraging anyone on the list to exercise caution, but at this time has apparently made no decision to pull them off duty or provide personal protection. it's propaganda is going further. from afghanistan to west africa and adding new countries to its portfolio, new areas where militants operate. isis says it launched the gunmen who killed nearly 20 tourists in a museum in tunisia last week.
the gunmen. >> the group said trained next door in libya. and on friday isis claimed responsibility for five suicide attacks in yemen, killing more than 130 people at shiite mosques. yemen was supposed to be the model for how washington would fight islamic radicals. the president spoke to savannah guthrie about yemen during his super bowl interview. >> we have continually been able to maintain pressure on al qaeda in that region. >> can you do that with a government that's not a partner. >> we can maintain pressure. >> reporter: the u.s.-backed government which used to help washington fight extremists was driven out of the capital in february by rebels who are still on the march. over the weekend, the government lost another city the country's third-largest, taiz to the rebels. >> this war that is playing out in yemen, this struggle for power, between the government and the rebels is creating an
enormous opportunity for groups like al qaeda, and in particular isis. because you have a struggle for power with the government battling the rebels and they're trying to regain control of the country. and in this chaos, isis is trying to really establish itself. >> which they seem to be good at filling vacuums. >> exactly. >> richard engel, thank you very much. >> closer to home accused killer robert durst is heading back to court in new orleans this morning. it's a key hearing tied to weapons charges filed after his arrest for murder. nbc's stephanie gosk is following developments in the courthouse for us this morning. steph, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. it was a fairly standard bond hearing on those weapons charges. but late friday durst's lawyer in a bold move filed a motion saying he wants to argue that the original arrest warrant for murder isn't actually legal. he says it faced more on that hbo documentary than on probable cause.
when robert durst appears this morning on weapons charges, his attorneys will demand an immediate preliminary hearing. those charges were filed after police arrested durst at this new orleans marriott for the murder of his friend susan berman 15 years ago in los angeles. in court documents, durst's attorney argues the california arrest warrant was issued without probable cause, to coincide with the final episode of the hbo docu-drama "the jinx." durst was arrested the night before the final episode aired. evidence led police to the long-time friend in new york state, where investigators seized 60 boxes of durst's personal possessions. again, just hours before the final episode. >> i think that anybody would be a fool to think there wasn't a connection between the final episode of the series and the arrest of mr. durst. >> reporter: durst's lawyer is also concerned about what happened once his client was in custody, saying a los angeles prosecutor spent three hours
with him before the houston attorney could fly to new orleans. long-time new orleans lawyer says he may be tried in new orleans first, because he feels he has a slam dunk case on the lesser weapons charges. durst's harder to prove murder charge in california. >> if robert durst is sentenced to 20 years, clearly 15 years, even 10 years in his physical and mental condition and age, it is essentially a life sentence. >> reporter: the lawyer compares this case to the al capone case. you'll remember that authorities went africa pony for years for murder but ended up sending him to jail on tax evasion. that would be the case with these weapons charges. durst for his part denies being involved in susan berman's murder. guys back to you. >> stephanie gosk thank you so much. natalie is on assignment this morning. we'll check in with her in a little while. chanel is here with a story on frightening scenes in florida.
>> a helicopter crashed in an orlando home sunday killing the pilot. but incredibly no one on the ground was hurt. faa and ntsb officials will be onsite this morning to try to figure out what went wrong. >> the impact was a very solid boom and dead silent. >> reporter: the terrifying sound of a helicopter crashing into a house jolted a peaceful upscale neighborhood in orlando sunday afternoon. the pilot is presumed dead but miraculously no one else was injured. a spokesperson with the faa says the chopper took off from the orlando executive airport around 2:30 and flew about two miles before it crashed. >> it is a helicopter that has crashed into a residence. it's being reported the pilot is still inside. >> orlando copies. >> rescue is on the scene. >> reporter: neighbor don car says as a vietnam war veteran, he immediately recognized the sound of a helicopter in trouble. >> this was a very slow. >> whop whop whop followed with a boom and everything went dark. >> reporter: police say the helicopter hit a two-story
garage apartment, the guest house of the property empty at the time. an unknown number of residents were inside the main part of the house. >> we don't know what caused the accident. we just know that the helicopter did go inside the guest house. >> reporter: the origin and destination of the helicopter's flight and the pilot's identity were not immediately released. it is unclear if anyone else was on board at the time. today, police will release the results of an investigation into an alleged sexual assault at the university of virginia that was reported in "rolling stone" magazine last fall. nbc's gabe gutierrez is in charlottesville with the latest. good morning. >> chanel, good morning. police have remained tight-lipped about this investigation. these allegations rocked this campus back in november. that's when "rolling stone" published a lengthy article about a woman the writer called jackie who claimed she had been gang raped by seven men at a fraternity house on campus. the university suspended all
fraternity activities and there were protests on campus and it all sparked a national conversation about sexual assault on college campuses. but within weeks, several major details of jackie's story were discredited. the magazine admitted it had never contacted the man who allegedly orchestrated the attack. it apologized to its readers and said its trust in jackie had been misplaced. but now we're awaiting the details of this investigation. many here on campus many questions have persisted about how much of jackie may have been true. later today, charlottesville police are expected to shed some light on that. >> thank you. federal regulators are investigating complaints this morning that two nissan recalls didn't actually fix a problem with front seat air bag seat sensors. the recalls involved nearly 1 million vehicles in 2013 and 2014. they were initiated because of problems with computer software. air bags won't inflate if the software doesn't register an adult in the seat. the government reports 124
complaints from people who say the problem still exists. nissan insists the proper repairs were made. and a special delivery for pope francis this weekend. it happened in naples italy, as the pope mobile and motorcade maid its way through town. look at this. atop the security fence and hand-delivered a pizza to the pope who gladly accepted. the special pie was in the colors of the vat karngs white and yellow and made with yellow cherry tomatoes and mozzarella. he mentioned previously he wanted a day where he could go to a pizzeria and not be recognized and have some pizza. so he had one placed in his hands. >> and the owner lived up to his promise of getting it to him within 30 minutes. >> there you go. >> thanks chanel. how is the forecast looking? >> well if you're in chicago, not so good unfortunately. we're looking at a clipper coming across. a very efficient system producing a lot of snow with not a lot of moisture from madison, rockford. chicago now, snow coming down really heavily.
keith carson my come patriot from the weather channel is standing by i-294. and that road behind him was completely clear. and now, keith, it looks like road conditions have deteriorated. >> reporter: yeah al. things have definitely deteriorated quickly here. the snow came down at a good enough clip to cover the roads. early this morning, as al mentioned, we had snow on the shoulder but the friction of the cars was keeping it from hitting the ground and actually sticking on the highway. you'll notice two things. one is the highway is covered with snow. the other is people are still going about 60 miles per hour in most cases. so you do have to remember of course chicago with a decent amount of snow 40 inches so far this season. but at this snowfall rate the thundersleet reported to our south, we could have problems later on in the commute. and al, this is the kicker of all of this. one week ago in chicago, the high temperature was 73 degrees. >> crazy. and then wednesday we may be looking at thunderstorms and severe weather. keith carson from the weather
channel, thank you so much my friend. winter weather advisories in effect until 12:00 central time. airport travel delays a problem as you watch this move through. we're going to watch it push on through. continue to move through by the afternoon. it's done it's a quick-mover, but the damage will be done. 1 to 2 inches. some areas so far already picked up 7 to 9 inches of snow in southern minnesota. we're going to get to your local forecast coming up good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. it feels like winter outside, bundle up heading out the door.
don't forget the sunglasses. breezy and chilly too. upper 30s to lower 40s. about 15 degrees colder than normal this time of the year. chillier tomorrow morning, not that much warmer tomorrow afternoon. the warm up comes with wet weather later wednesday and thursday. we'll be closer to 70 degrees then. a slight chance of thunderstorms on thursday and drying out heading to the weekend. have a great day. and that's your latest weather, guys. >> all right. >> thank you so much. a lot of people spent the weekend in front of a tv. ncaas going strong. >> it is going strong. how are your brackets doing? you're doing pretty good. >> really? >> hanging in there. >> first day was brutal. >> 11.57 million brackets submitted to espn's website. how many accurately predicted the sweet 16 right now? >> no idea. >> 11.5 million. >> 1,000. >> 14. >> what? >> 14 brackets still intact.
that's because of the upsets over the weekend. sheinelle jones, wichita state. that's going to be the big game. let's go into the orange room. that was the big upset. of course nc state, they took down number one seed villanova. let's get right to it guys. four seconds of this cut-away this young lady in the nova van, this is all it took for me to go crazy online. she is fighting back the tears. they're losing but she is still going to play her pick alow. bring on the tears. there is jk simmons here. not my tempo! john travolta leaned in for an awkward kiss. she is lovely. her name is roxanne. and she wros writes through the smile and tears. savannah 48. and me al and willie at the bottom of the barrel. >> what do i win if i win our
competition? >> i don't know. >> our undying -- >> a hearty handshake. thank you, carson. coming up the manhunt for a driver who shot a woman in the head in an apparent case of road rage. the victim's husband speaks out as she is released from the hospital. then why are popular sporting goods stores selling explosives powerful enough to level a house? first, this is "today" on nbc.
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with christine maddela. >> a slow go on 95 southbound with an earlier disabled vehicle at 95 and castor avenue. things are stacked up out there. drive times are slow especially on 95 southbound. woodhaven road to the expressway, 49 minutes. thieves set their sights on stealing air bags from cars in one philadelphia neighborhood. this happened up around 2:30 this morning along hartel avenue in the rhawnhurst neighborhood. police say they stole air bags from three of the vehicles. earlier last month this happened to nine other cars. i'm vai sikahema with another update in 25 minutes. of course get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. now we'll send you back to the "today" show. see you in a half hour.
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university. investigators are trying to figure out what caused a tragic helicopter crash in orlando. it hit a two-story garage apartment, killing the pilot and sparking a fire. officials say no one was inside that building luckily, at the time of the crash. and we're learning more about this scary incident at a ski resort in maine. at least seven is skiers were injured jumping off a list that started going backwards for some reason. a preliminary investigation suggests a gearbox malfunction, and that led to failure of the brake system. let's begin with the search for a suspect in what police are calling a disturbing case of road rage. a houston woman shot in the head as she drove down the highway. here's nbc's janet shamlian. >> reporter: kay hafford is back home after a close call. the bullet holes in her window indicating how lucky she is to be alive. it started as a routine drive to
work north of houston that suddenly went very wrong. >> basically, what developed into a road rage situation. >> reporter: she told police she was merging on to interstate 45 when a man in a white suv cut her off. she honked her horn apparently angering him. she says he started taunting her, pulling around to the passenger side and firing one shot which hit her in the back of the head. >> the victim was coherent enough to be able to steer her vehicle after the interstate 45 freeway. she called 911 she was incoherent because she was in and out of consciousness. >> reporter: with bullet fragments lodged in her brain, she was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. >> if i ever find out or get wind of who it is it's not going to be nice. >> reporter: according to aaa, so-called aggressive driving incidents have increased by about 7% each year since 1990. the advice from authorities, just don't engage. >> if you can you know exit and get away from them do that. and by all means, if you are in a position where you can call
911, we want to hear from you. >> reporter: for today, janet shamlian nbc news houston. >> she is incredibly fortunate to be alive. let's get a check of the weather now from al. today's weather is brought to you by nexium 24-hour for frequent heartburn. available without a prescription. >> well we've got some strong storms on the other side of all that snow we've been looking at. we've got a lot of moisture coming up from the gulf behind this warm front. it's going to be pushing in interacting with this upper level low. as it pushes in for tomorrow morning, look for some strong storms to start firing up and in fact some of these could have tornadoes with them. we're going to be watching this. so far, you'll have an area from omaha, indianapolis st. louis, down into texas. but the strongest storms in eastern oklahoma into southern missouri. isolated tornadoes, damaging wind a lot of hail very possible rainfall amounts, anywhere from a quarter to a half inch of rain. that's what's going on around the country. here's w
good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. it feels like winter outside. bundle up if you're headed out the door. don't forget the sunglasses. lots of sunshine and breezy and chilly. the upper 4030s to lower 40s. the warm up on thursday comes with wet weather later wednesday and thursday when it will be closer to 70 degrees. a slight chance of thunderstorms on thursday. then drying out as we head for the weekend. have a great day. and that's your latest weather. matt? >> all right, al thank you very much. coming up on trending a very candid candace bergen on why she does not care what you think about her weight. and a rossen report alert. >> i'm jeff rossen right now holding dangerous explosives in my hand. and any adult can can buy them completely legal, right over the counter, at sporting goods stores as much as they want. so why is this so readily available without regulations? it's all coming up
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we're back at 7:40. this morning on "ross en reports," dangerous explosives being openly sold at some of the country's biggest stores. and experts say this could be a threat to national security. today jeff rossen is here with more. good morning. >> hey, guys good morning. this is an important one. right now i am basically holding a bomb in my hand. and you'll never believe where i got this. a sporting goods store, no questions asked. gun enthusiasts say they use it for target practice. when you shoot it it explodes and that's how you know you made the shot. but the key ingredient here that causes the explosion has been used by terrorists to kill americans. so why are you allowed to buy it by the truckload here as much as you want? this morning you're about to see what can happen when this gets in the wrong hands. dangerous and powerful
explosives. blowing up cars. >> 30 pounds. of. >> reporter: trucks. completely leveling this barn. ripping it to pieces. even in small amounts, it can have tragic consequences. >> oh! call 911! >> cameras rolling when this refrigerator with only two pounds of the explosives went off. shrapnel flying in all directions taking off jennifer plank's hand. >> in the blink of an eye, it was gone. >> they're called exploding targets. the lead manufacturer tanerite the key ingredient ammonium nitrate, used in the oklahoma city bombing, and to kill u.s. troops in afghanistan. the fbi even issuing this intelligence bulletin in 2013, that it has potential use as explosives in ieds by criminals and extremists.
yet today you can buy tanerite at most sporting goods stores. completely legal. i went shopping and bought it by the cart load. >> thank you very much. >> so i'm walking out with all of this no questions asked. just that easy. but terrorists don't even have to show up at the store. my producer bought 40 pounds worth online enough to blow up a house. >> a week later, here it is. delivered right to our doorstep in bulk. wow. >> even some firearms experts call it unacceptable. >> i'm a huge supporter of the second amendment, but it's extremely dangerous. it's equivalent of buying explosives off the shelf. >> but he says it's getting around the law on a technicality separating the two ingredients, even though they're sold together. >> and this all came together in the package. >> yes. everything you need comes with a package you purchase off the shelf. >> and this is an explosive here. >> this is now classified by atf as an spleef.
explosive. >> so why doesn't the federal bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms crack down? the atf declined our request for an interview, so we went straight to senator richard blumenthal. >> this kind of bomb-making material is a threat and growing risk. >> you are a key member on the judiciary committee overseeing the atf, yet the atf doesn't classify this product as an explosive. why aren't you doing more? >> there should be regulations that in effect either require licenses or somehow better track the purchases of these devices. they are relatively new. >> tanerite saying no additional regulations are needed because the product is safe when used correctly. and the only injuries that happened were results from the shooter misusing the product. the company adding only girly men want to regulate tannerite
targets. tell that to senator blumenthal now vowing to take action. >> i'm going to press the atf and other government agencies to do more and do it better. there is no reason for buying this product in bulk. >> only girly men. maryland is the first state in the country to ban the purchase without a special explosives license. everywhere else it is on the shelves right now. and by the way, after buying all of these products we are hamming it over to experts, not dangerous being in the studio. i wouldn't do that to you. >> thank you. >> and you need the catalyst. it is incredibly dangerous, how this is used overseas by terrorists. >> and some says here as well by the way. jeff thank you so much. still ahead, changing subjects dramatically. vin diesel reveals the name of his new bundle of joy to natalie, and shares the story behind that name. but
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7:49. let's swing over to our pretty woman aficionado carson in the orange room. >> easy easy easy. well guys come on in the orange room here. viewers have been getting ready for the big 25th anniversary reunion. we do that tomorrow sharing photos with the hash tag pretty woman today. we've got some red dress inspire gowns. isn't that nice? joanne said she made this herself after seeing the movie for prom. also some looks for that scene, christie douglas from her college days looking good. so many iconic moments from the movie. the classic, this is the snubbing of the shopping and then she goes back for revenge.
the bathtub scene, the necklace scene, the greates escargo flying. richard gere, julia roberts tomorrow on "today." >> they had fun getting together. they hadn't seen each other in a while and it was fun to be a fly on the wall and watch them. >> were they able to recite the lines? >> some of them were. >> coming up hand-in-hand a remarkable story behind these photos from a road race that touched millions of people. >> plus the award-winning cast of "mad men," live in studio 1a. but first, your local news.
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good morning i'm vai sikahema. a cooler day but lots of sunshine. we'll get a look at the first alert forecast with bill henley. hey, bill. plenty of sunshine out there, but the wind is not helping. it will get stronger this afternoon. just a little bit of a breeze to make it feel like the teens. without the wind it's just plain old cold. pottstown, 21 degrees. 24 in mount holly. 26 in wilmington. philadelphia is at 27 degrees. normally we would warm into the 50s, but we'll have to settle for low 40s this afternoon. thank you, bill. we'll get a check on traffic with christine maddela. >> hey, vai. 95 southbound has not recovered. normal volume paired with the earlier disabled bus has people stacked up in traffic. 51 minutes, longer than normal
for this time of the morning southbound from woodhaven road to the wine street expressway. and a bit of a slowdown on the blue route, 25 minutes southbound from 76 to 95. thank you. camden county police are trying to track down a person who stabbed a man and a woman in what appears to be a random attack. nbc 10 was there late last night as officers collected evidence at sixth and cherry streets in camden. medics took the stabbing victims to the hospital but we don't know their condition at this time. a second man was also attacked but was not stabbed. philadelphia police are trying to find the gunman who opened fire on another man on bridge street just before 1:00 this morning in the summerdale neighborhood. someone shot the man twice and took off in a dark-colored sedan. investigators found the bag of marijuana at the scene. i'm vai sikahema with another update in 25 minutes. get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. now back to the "today" show. have a great day.
♪ it's 8:00 on "today." and coming up let the madness begin. ♪ as don draper and crew get set to enter their final season we'll talk to the cast of the cultural phenomenon live in studio 1a. plus pure pacino. the legendary al pacino on his latest role as a rock star, what makes him nervous and why he almost didn't make the cut for "the godfather." and they're faster. and more furious than ever. natalie sits down with the furious 7 cast as they open up
about the movie and remember their friend paul walker today, monday march 23, 2015. ♪ on "today"! >> hey, everyone back in florida. >> i flew here to be on "today"! >> good morning, ohio! >> go iowa! >> cou! >> cou! >> we're back now, 8:00 on a monday morning. it's the 23rd day of march, 2015. mr. roker here in a second. but his phrase a rolling spring break, and boy, do we have that on the plaza. lots of young people here. we're always happy to see. >> yeah we have a spring break crowd, if not spring break
weather. natalie is sitting down with the cast of "fast & furious" and vin diesel revealing his baby's very special name to natalie. >> the show where people come to reveal names. we like it. and john is here to help us kick off one week of week night wonders. delicious meals you can get on the table in 35 minutes or less. i cannot wait for this. >> and you know someone who has had a rough time and could use a little pick me up? we want to help you help them in our upcoming series make your today. all you have to do is share their story at today.com and tell what could make their dream come true and a surprise could be in the works. >> sheinelle is in for natalie with a check of the headlines. >> good morning. senator ted cruz of texas made it official today. the outspoken conservative from texas sent out a tweet early this morning saying i'm running for president and i hope to earn your support. critics have blamed cruz for leading a conservative revolt
that led to the 2013 government shutdown. he's officially kicking off today at liberty university in virginia. a disturbing development in the fight against isis. extremists have posted a hit list of 100 american military personnel online. the list includes names, photos and addresses of people who have fought the group overseas. isis is urging supporters in the west to go after them. the names on the list appear to have been gathered from news articles. and california one person is dead and another injured after a cliff collapsed along a popular hiking trail. authorities say the two people were standing on a lookout point inside the point reyes national sea shore saturday night when the bluff gave way. the pair fell about 70 feet and recovered in rocks and debris. the national park service posted danger signs at the site two days earlier. rescuers are working today to save four whales that stranded themselves against a rocky break water on australia's west coast. at least a dozen whales have already died.
whale beachings are relatively common in australia but experts don't know why it happens. a driver on a cross-country trip to new york. the ten-day, 3500 mile trip will be the first by an automated vehicle. the car is designed to navigate roads without a human hand on the steering wheel. however, there will be a person in the driver's seat at all times just in case. photos of a kentucky woman have gone viral after she finished a 10k race in louisville over the weekend in last place. that's because asia ford was determined not to give up. ford has worked hard to lose more than 200 pounds but with a mile to go she started having trouble breathing. that's when police officer aubrey gregory showed up to help ford cross the finish line as you see here with gregory, her son, holding hands. and a real winner. the time now is 8:04. let's get another check of the weather from al. today's weather is brought to you by walmart.
find everything you need to make this easter a sweet success. and good morning, everybody. we are here with our friends, hanging out. huge huge spring break crowd continuing from 48th street all the way over here to 49th. let's show what we've got. lots of weather to talk about, as well. looking at that snow coming to chicago, another batch coming in right behind it michigan avenue. look for snow. by the afternoon, look for plenty of sunshine. partly cloudy skies. we'll watch this system push through, winter weather advisories until 12:00 noon. and continue to push east and south. indianapolis will get into it and then into cincinnati and eventually columbus ohio. generally about 2 to 5 inches from chicago to fort wayne, indiana. that's what's going good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. it feels like winter outside. bundle up if you're heading out the door and don't forget your
sunglasses. lots of sunshine breezy and chilly too. upper 30s and low 40s. about 15 degrees colder than normal for this time of the year. chill in the air tomorrow morning, not all that much warmer tomorrow afternoon. the warmup will come with some wet weather later wednesday and thursday when it will be closer to 70 degrees. slight chance of thunderstorms thursday, then drying out as we head toward the weekend. have a great day. and that's your latest weather. >> all right al thank you so much. coming up next in "trending," candid candace. candace bergen is calling herself fat and happy. and wherever carson is -- there you go carson. >> a rare visit to studio1a. al pacino why his role is different than anything he has ever tackled. >> i'm here with the cast of "mad men." of you're strong. you have strong hands. >> thank you. >> you really do. we're going to talk about the finale coming up in just a little while. but first, these messages.
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last week. that employees at starbucks had been encouraged to write #racetogether on customers' cups hoping to promote discussion of racial issues. but there was a backlash. and on sunday starbucks ended the initiative saying however, that limited run was always the plan from the beginning, and it was not affected by the backlash. so it's just back to regular lattes. >> they can rewrite their name wrong. >> yeah exactly. >> back to misspelling your name. a lot of people think this was well-intended but poorly executed. there are parts of the initiative they should still do. disadvantaged youth, and putting more starbucks in certain areas. >> yeah. >> lesson learned here. this next story is why i love sports. one of the biggest stories from march madness has been georgia state, and its coach, ron hunter. the team star player his son, rj. remember this while celebrating one win, the coach tore his achilles tendon and then scoring the game-winning
three-pointer at the buzzer. coach hunter fell off his rolling chair. but we have to tell you, georgia state cinderella run ended over the weekend in a heartbreaking loss to xavier. during a post game press conference hunter repeatedly said he didn't want his players to be sad. but then he lost control of his own emotions when reflecting on something more personal. >> as a coach, best time of my life. but as a father. i love this kid, man. i love him. >> ron hunter for president. i love that. i really do. >> beautiful. really is. >> everybody talks about your brackets and who won and who lost. but that's a moment i think that i will -- >> i watched it with my son. it was a nice moment too. >> well there is no segue to this one. candace bergen always a
straight shooter. has a new memoir not pulling any punches about her looks. this is what she writes. let me just come right out and say it. i am fat. i live to eat. none of this eat to live stuff. no carb is safe. she has put on 30 pounds. and she says her skinny friends are miserable, but she is satisfied. here's something else. she has a theory. this is kind of amusing. she says women over 50 you have to choose between preserving your face or your butt. and she says she chose her face. by the way, candice is awesome and will join us. >> by the way, she looks great. >> i know. >> i read this article this morning where she said she was at a restaurant and had some bread and olive oil and later chocolate ice cream. i'm like of course. bread and olive oil is yummy. >> let's go to l.a. where natalie has been spending time with the cast of "furious 7."
natalie, good morning to you. >> hey, guys. i've got something for you i think is definitely going to be trending later on today. i had some one-on-one time with vin decemberiesel high above los angeles in a helicopter this weekend. and he opened up about the recent birth of his fourth child and officially revealed the sex and the name of his baby for the first time. >> and i'm telling you, because i love you, natalie. >> aww, sweet. >> i really do. and i know that you are a good soul. and i know that this is in good hands. >> yes. >> but while i was in the hospital the name that i will give you is -- i named her -- i named her pauline. >> polling. >> pauline. >> pauline. aww. oh my gosh.
that's awesome. >> there's no other person that i was thinking about as i was cutting this umbilical cord. i just thought -- i knew he was there. and it felt like you know a way to keep his memory a part of my family and a part of my world. >> pauline, of course named after paul walker his good friend his soul mate as he calls him. even calls him his brother. the two had such a close bond. we're going to hear more from vin and the rest of the "furious 7" cast. and you'll see more of the helicopter ride with vin friday on "today," guys. >> that's nice. >> appreciate that. >> see you in a bit. something else in hollywood that's trending the end of an era as the landmark drama, "mad men," prepares for its final episodes. we're going to talk to the cast and creator of that show in a moment. first, how their show became a
phenomenon. ♪ for the past eight years, we have been living in a mad world. >> it's not called the wheel. it's called a carousel. >> reporter: "mad men" told us the story of don draper, an ad exec in the 1960s, trying to balance being a family man, a ladies' man and a good man. viewers fell for don, his colleagues -- >> remember don, when god closes the door he opens a dress. >> and his family. >> i don't have to tell you anything. >> as they navigated the world through times that are changing. debuting in 2007 "mad men" instantly gained critical acclaim. of going on to win 15 emmy awards and becoming a cultural phenomenon. the show spawned parties and parodies. >> would you like for us to show you some ideas, mr. draper? >> yes. >> "mad men" became water cooler fodder devoted fans dishing about every memorable moment.
♪ >> every fight. >> you never say thank you! >> that's what the money is for! >> every fling. >> i want you. >> every heart break. >> how could you do this to me? >> now, the end is near. and there's no question we're mad to see it go. and the stars of "mad men," jon hamm elisabeth moss cristina hendricks and january jones and matthew winer. nice to see you all. how are you doing? >> thanks for having us. >> sit back and take it in for a moment. is this the last time we'll see you together in a long time? >> yes. >> yes? . >> the shooting for all of this happened a while ago. >> yes. >> right? so it's wrapped. you've done your jobs. raise your hand if you're a little bit nervous, because this tends to happen with great series that the audience is going to file in the next day
and go oh that's not how we wanted it to end. are you nervous about that? no? >> always. about every episode. >> yeah? do you think you have done justice to each of these characters in their final episode? >> i hope so. i mean we followed the story. you know every show has its own ending and we followed the story and the writers and myself we tried to find the right thing for the characters. that's what drove it so there's no device you know. there's no big secret that has to be revealed or anything. so it's sort of the end of the story. >> a couple random samplings. john are you happy with the way it ends for your character? >> i am. i was surprised when i read it. and -- but i think matthew did what's most difficult, is to be surprising and then after you read it you think, well that's -- made sense. it seems inevitable that's the way it would have turned out. >> ladies what about you? happy with the way it ended for your characters? >> i was really happy. i was surprised, but also --
>> how did you manage to surprise all these people? >> every week. episode. >> i don't know. >> he wasn't surprised, because i told him like four years ago. >> really? >> i don't know if he was surprised when i told him. >> i just thought that turning don into a zombie was a weird choice. i mean i thought, yeah it's a thing. he was ahead of the curve. but i was still -- what? >> and inevitable. >> you were on a plane not long ago. he shared everything with me. he told me the entire story. >> i thought that plane was going down, man. i had to get it off my chest. i had to unload. you're welcome. >> this day and age, everything leaks? on social media, you can find out just about anything? how have you managed to keep this a secret? >> not a lot of us are active kind of social mediaites. there is a few instagramers and tweeters but not very -- you
know for the modern world, we're pretty luddite in that sense. so i guess that's how. >> we were never a part of that. our show was around before all of that became crazy. it's been easy to stay out of it. >> with all these seven seasons, eight years, the critical acclaim, is it -- is this a little like a gymnastics routine? does it all come down to sticking the landing at the end? >> i hope not. i mean, i watch tv. you know there's 92 hours of it. i would hate for one hour to undo that. but that is you know your worst nightmare. i don't know. i mean it's so organically related. the show is not that kind of show that has, like super -- i don't want to say it's not dramatic but it doesn't have super, you know -- we have never changed the style of the show. and i think because it happens on a human scale and it's related to people's real lives, they should expect the story to be in that vein. >> who has an anecdote going
back to the beginning of when you knew the show had become a big deal? was there anything that happened to any of you? you went wow, this thing is off and running? >> i -- for me i remember -- well between season 1 and 2, we were shooting -- you know we were there at l.a. center studios, which is not a big studio and we were just kind of grinding it out, and the show aired, and was very well received critically. but i think the difference between season 1 and season 2 when people were dvring the show and you could all of a sudden save a show and hear about it and go back to the beginning, there was a big jump i think, between those two seasons, for me anyway. >> suffice it to say, the beginning of this was don draper's story. the world was -- >> in a halloween costume. i predicted this. i said if we see a man dressed as joan at halloween, we made it. >> and that was me. yeah. >> actually rich actually
dressed as joan. >> did he? >> did he? >> the don story to begin. but it seems to me that peggy, while she started off as a secretary, perfect for the times, she became in some ways the heart of the show. did it also become peggy's story? >> i don't know. i mean that's very difficult for me to answer obviously. i've always -- this is very much don's story. and then the rest of us you know. it's hard for me to say. i mean i've been very grateful for everything i've gotten to do on the show. i think she is sort of the face of feminism in the workplace on the show which is a big story in the '60s. >> i've always said it's not a mistake that the series starts on peggy's first day at work. i think it is very much these parallel lines that are running through this very particular place in this very particular
time and these two parallel tracks on how people get ahead in that time. >> this next group of questions, let's just answer by pointing -- you guys point at the appropriate cast member okay? >> oh-oh. >> member of the cast who had the most fun while shooting over the past seven seasons. >> most fun? >> nobody had fun? >> i think maybe we all had fun. >> i had a lot of fun. >> member of the cast who blew the most lines over the past seven seasons. >> that's probably me. >> you're like the last person. >> i never once blew a line. >> everybody behind your back is doing that. >> member of the cast who had the most pieces of their wardrobe mysteriously disappear. >> we weren't allowed to do that. >> we had to wear them all of the time. >> i took a blue coat home once and then i had to bring it back.
>> a lot of underground -- weird thing. >> member of the cast most likely to send you a selfie. >> me? i don't know. maybe. >> yeah. >> you told me you didn't -- >> i did. >> and the member of the cast most likely to call late at night in the near future a little bit tipsy and say something like "remember season 4, episode 3?" >> that is not -- we all do that. that is a very common occurrence right there. >> does it really? you reminisce a lot on this cast? >> we make late-night phone calls. we're the only ones we can talk to about it. >> it was a life-changing experience and it's been such -- ten years of our lives. and we're all -- you know we've been through so much together that there's a shorthand. and also you know people are sick of talking about it except for us. >> you spent a little time with the guys from entourage, and
their series ended three-and-a-half years ago, and they're about to come out with "entourage" the movie. would you guys be up for "mad men" the movie? >> i would be in that movie -- oh. >> would you do a movie if it brought you all back together? >> if you have a script. >> john? >> for how much? >> a group of mercenaries here. guys ladies thank you. congratulations. i can't wait to see how this all ends. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. >> and, again, "mad men" final run begins april 5th on amc. savannah. matt just as exciting what will we make today? delicious meal one pot. >> i don't know if it will be as fun and interesting as "mad men"'s ending but it will be a good dinner for tonight. >> let's get a selfie. we'll be back.
good morning, i'm vai sikahema. let's get our first alert forecast from meteorologist bill henley. bill. >> vai, it is a sunny start but a cold one too. here it is the first monday of springtime and it feels like winter. and now the wind is picking up to make it feel even colder. that's a live view from center city, a sunny view though. 28 degrees right now in philadelphia millville, wildwood also at 28 degrees. it's 23 in pottstown. bright sunshine northwesterly winds 15 miles an hour gusting to 20 miles an hour but highs only in the 40s this afternoon. let's get a check on traffic with christine.
looks like a lot of volume. >> still a slow go on interstate 95 southbound. they haven't recovered from an earlier disabled bus plus all the volume. also slow on the schuylkill expressway both eastbound and westbound. if we look at your drive times, you'll see that it is slow still getting a red light on 95 southbound. 50 minutes from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway. more than 30 heading eastbound on the schuylkill expressway. philadelphia police are looking for thieves who smashed their way foo five cars and stole the air bags. this happened in the ronhurst section of the city. somebody broke into four hondas and stole air bags out of three of them. someone stole air bags from nine hondas earlier this month. they can sell for up to $200 on the black market. i'm vai sikahema. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. you can always get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. now back to the "today" show. have a great day.
8:30 now. and it's a monday morning. it's the 23rd of march, 2015. and for those of you not as familiar with the canine calendar did you know that today is national puppies day? >> how appropriate. >> it is. so we've got our puppy here on the plaza, meeting some of his fans hanging out with his man, carson. happy puppy day, everyone. >> hey, come here. >> nice to see you all.
>> come on over. >> come on. >> in the meantime don't have time to cook a full meal for your family? if you can muster up just 35 minutes, you can. giada is here kicking off our week of week night wonders. >> can you imagine? the godfather without al pacino? matt's revealing conversation with the oscar winner on that and his new rock star role. >> he is a rock star no matter what. first let's bring in swimming superstar, missy franklin won five gold medals stretched into her collegiate career cal berkeley including titles at the ncaa championship this past weekend. missy, good to see you. >> thank you guys. >> so this is an announcement today that's been a long time in the making, and a lot of people know this, but the time has come for you to -- >> turn professional!
>> why now? >> it's so unreal. you know we made this decision coming out of london. i figured if i could get two years and go professional and have a year going into the olympic trials for rio to really set that platform for myself and that would be the best thing for me. and now it's happening. >> i remember talking to you after the olympics. a lot of people thought you might turn pro then. it seems to me not only did you want to swim in college, you wanted to have a real college experience. >> absolutely. live in the dorms, for sure. absolutely. i did dorm living cafeteria food. we got the whole thing. >> now that you've turned pro, will you continue the dance? >> oh, are you kidding? if anything it will get worse. >> one of the perks of turning professional you can take endorsement deals now, so you can actually be paid for your talents. so in all those hours swimming laps in the pool was there one splurge item you were thinking
when that happens, i want to get this for myself. >> you know there is really not an item. someone asked me the first thing i want to do and it's going to be taking my parents out to dinner. and getting a nice nice meal. >> right over here too. which is great. >> they're so wonderful. >> well congratulations. >> thank you so much. you guys have been so wonderful. >> we'll see you in rio. >> hopefully. >> i think that's a given. >> all right, thank you. let's get a check of the weather. >> of course i am still yet to turn professional. today a clipper bringing snow and rain and some heavier showers down through the south. look for wet weather in the pacific northwest. snow through the plains. and rain down through florida. tomorrow we've got sunny skies in the northeast, chillier than usual. slight risk of strong storms in the central plains. wet weather in the pacific northwest, icy mix in the river valley. heat continues through the southwest. that's what's going on around the co good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley.
it feels like winter outside. bundle up if you're heading out the door and don't forget your sunglasses. lots of sunshine, breezy and chilly too. upper 30s and low 40s. about 15 degrees colder than normal for this time of the year. chill in the air tomorrow morning, not all that much warmer tomorrow afternoon. the warmup will come with some wet weather later wednesday and thursday when it will be closer to 70 degrees. slight chance of thunderstorms thursday, then drying out as we head toward the weekend. have a great day. don't forget. get your weather any time you need it. go to the weather center on cable and weather.com online. >> let's head back to natalie in los angeles, where she caught up with the cast of "furious 7." >> may, matt and savannah we met up with the cast and director in the backyard of the house for those not familiar with the movies the home of don toretteoe
toretto. it's also a place that plays a significant role in the franchise. a place where the group comes together to barbecue and give thanks for all they have. and the cast considers themselves much more than co stars. they consider themselves very much a family and all suffered a huge loss when a member of their family paul walker died while making the movie. >> obviously, it's got to be really difficult time to be doing the press tour and promoting a film at the same time. you're also dealing and talking about the loss of your friend paul walker. >> i want to talk about paul. i want to celebrate his life. i want to talk about how amazing he was. i want to talk about how much we bonded over being dads about our daughters. as hard as it is it was our opportunity to come together and create something special. number one, for his family. number two, in his honor. number three, for the fans. >> jordana, you, of course play his wife. and had such close connection to
him throughout the film. how did you process and deal with the grief that you were feeling? >> i don't think there's -- i'm still sort of processing it. and i don't think it's something any of us will ever get over. he was the most wonderful, light, beautiful spirit ever. and he'll be forever missed. >> i loved that boy so much. i just can't talk without cracking you know. sorry. >> you know i presented the first movie -- the first screening in california just a week ago, and i was talking about the movie, and i saw a picture of paul and i was affected a little bit and started to get choked up a little bit. and someone in the audience yelled you've got family here vin. and i thought, that's so powerful. and that's such a testament to what we do and what we bring to the table and i think the world
just appreciates that kind of brotherhood and that kind of camaraderie and that kind of family that they see only in this franchise. and when it goes off the screen it's really special. >> but i don't think they understand how much pressure their love puts us under. because pressure can either bust pipes or make diamonds. and we have decided to try our best to allow for the pressure to create diamonds. >> you shouldn't come into this with a heavy heart. everyone's first instinct is to be sad and bound. but this is the same "fast & furious" we're all used to but it's bigger and busier. >> as paul would say, you've got to promote, dog. >> it's seeing the ending of the film without giving it away obviously, or giving too much of the plot line away. how do you feel that it really honored him? >> oh man. i don't think there was any better way to honor him. it was such -- it was graceful it was classy it was elegant, it was everything that it needed to be.
and i think -- i don't think there's one person that's going to disagree with that when they see the ending of this film. and i'm just extremely happy of the way it was creatively done. >> we all knew that it was our job to leave the legacy for someone we loved and someone the world loved. and that's why the ending is as precious as it is. >> vin, do you want to lead us in a toast as you do as the sort of father figure of this family? >> i'm just happy that i've got a team like the team we've got here and without this team none of this would have happened. i love all of you. i'm just grateful. >> hear hear! >> to family. >> to family. >> well it should be pointed out that before paul walker died, he had completed 85% of the film and once vin diesel and the rest of the cast got the blessing of walker's family they felt they needed to go on they needed to finish the film
for paul's legacy and his fans. and we're going to have much more with the cast coming up in our next hour as well. and guys of course "furious 7" opens nationwide april 3. a lot of people looking forward to this one. >> natalie, you're practically a cast member at this point. >> i feel like i'm a member of their family. >> you are. thank you. up next oscar winner turned rock star the one and only al pacino pays a visit to studio 1a. but first, this is "today." [ female announcer ] business travel isn't just about the going. it's also about the going home. and being connected all along the way. whether you're working or recharging do business travel on your terms. acela. take off.
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how do i look? >> honestly? >> if this relationship is going to go the distance mary i think we should be honest with one another. >> okay. well you look slightly ridiculous. >> nah. i look sharp. >> al pacino welcome back. how are you? >> hi. well thank you. >> it's been a while. i'm glad to see you here. how do you like the sound of that rock star? >> i've always wanted to play a -- someone who can sing and dance. and even though i can't -- >> that's a good question. when they came to you about this role did they say to you, al can you sing? >> no actually. they assumed. by being italian and all, i guess that most -- no. this guy, dan foley, who wrote and directed was so keen on my playing the role. he's just wonderful, by the way. he's a wonderful person. he wrote "crazy stupid love" and
he just saw me in the role. and i think when a director sees you in a part even though you might not feel that way -- i felt that way about "godfather". when francis copala wanted me i thought he's wrong. but he so wanted me. and made it possible for -- the studios didn't want me at the time at all. >> for "godfather"? >> yeah well i was unknown at the time. but he fought for me. it was part of his vision. all of the characters. don, jimmy khan, sonny, robert duvall. it was all his vision. and so this guy has me as a rock star and it's who he saw in his head. >> were you nervous to get out? you've done everything in acting. and you can take on any role. but to sing on camera is the whole different animal. >> i know it is. >> were you nervous?
>> well i was nervous. i had good support. like dan knew people. musical people who worked with me. and i did a thing with "chicago" at the -- >> greek theatre. >> greek theatre. >> were you there? thank you, mark. so we were at the greek theatre, and there "chicago" was playing, and dan folderman arranged during intermission i would come on as danny collins, the character in the movie, and he would introduce me. and they were so good about it because they said we have an actor here working on his role. >> unknown guy. >> unknown. and he says if you would stick around it's al pacino playing danny collins. and i went out there with thousands and thousands of people and the chicago band behind me and i sang this song. i was so glad i had the
character to play. because if i just came on without any character -- >> jennifer garner was here a couple days ago, my little birdie and she tells me this song "hey baby doll," you sang everywhere you went on the set. >> i had to. >> were you just trying to stay in character or drive people crazy? >> no i just knew that i would -- i had my little son at the time tell me -- i would say, antoine, how does it go again? and he would say " ♪ hey baby ♪ and he would get the right note. and i would lose the -- what is it the notes, or music of it. and just lose it. so i would sing it as much as i could. because there's nothing in the world like singing a song and forgetting it while you're singing it. forgetting the lyrics. >> you mentioned you've got a young son. how old? >> now he's 14. >> 14 years old. this may sound like a weird
question to ask you. but does he understand what a big deal you are you? >> well i try to keep him out of it. but i think -- you know he's starting to get it a little bit, when he sees the crowds. no he does sort of understand i'm famous. it's there only when it's there, you know. it's only when it's up. but -- do your children understand? >> try to keep a line between the two, but i have a feeling you're someone when he gets a little older he's going to be so proud of his dad. >> oh gee, wow. i hope so. i feel very great about him. he's really special. so is my daughter -- my daughters. >> life is good. >> life seems to be. i'm still standing here as they say. we're sitting here. >> keep doing it all right? this one is called "danny collins." don't make it ten years between the next visit, all right? >> well okay. i'll just come by. it's very friendly here. >> come by any time. danny collins is playing now in select theaters.
we are back with something new in today's kitchen, week night wonders. all this week we are featuring healthy meals you can whip up in 35 minutes or less. all you need is giada de laurentiis in your kitchen. talented "today" contributor. the gang is downstairs. all they have to do is eat. >> all right. >> so commence eating gang while we teach how to make this. >> they're going to warn you about it. we start with kale pesto. have you ever made a pesto? >> no i have not. >> do you like pesto? >> i love pesto. >> traditionally, it's made with basil and parsley. we're going to change it up and
use baby kale. this is the difference. this is what baby kale looks like you can touch it. >> yes. get to know it. >> this is regular kale. >> that's that chewy kind. >> this don't use, because it's just too tough. the baby kale is great. we use some walnuts. quarter cup of walnuts. hold on hold on. one garlic clove. >> just dump it in there? >> dump it in there. i'm telling you, you can do this. orange juice and orange zest is the key to bringing it to life. orange juice, and i just use regular -- buy an orange. >> orange juice, orange zest. >> yes, the zest of the orange. and remember zest the orange before you juice it. once you cut the orange then it's -- >> i'm going to pretend i understood that. >> kale. >> throw it in there. >> you can find this at the grocery store these days usually either in bulk -- >> what's the other kind rubbery kind called regular kale? >> yes. lots of different kale -- but this is the best kind. and i found that for jade because kale is not something that kids really like to eat,
this is a great way to incorporate greens into their diet. >> smart. >> yes! so we are going to put the lid on. actually i'm going to put some salt and red pepper flakes. i just put a tiny bit. not spicy, but brings out the flavor. >> all right. okay. >> okay. press start. >> i'm going to teach -- >> it's not on. there we go. >> break it all up. this is how it's broken up. now you stop it. now you take the lid off. you want to add the olive oil later. >> a dash? >> no two-thirds of a cup. >> oh wow. >> ready? >> how do you know? >> there you go. you can measure it out for yourself. i know because i've done a lot of pesto. measure everything out and you're good to go. >>. >> am i still going? >> you want to make sure it comes together. see? >> okay. >> done. there we go. we take this off. and we're going to dump a cup of parmesan cheese. >> let me ask this.
why do you have to do it piece by piece? >> well the olive oil you want to add as it's combining, and the parmesan cheese heats up with the blade. and this you don't want to change the texture. it can get rubbery. you could do it that way. and the flavor might be different. >> trying to learn. >> >> okay done. so -- forget it. come over here. >> this is what it looks like. now, you can make this in advance, even the day before if you like. then the whole trick to making a dinner in 35 minutes is start with the pasta, because that's what takes the longest to cook. so they say usually eight to ten minutes for the pasta. so in those eight to ten minutes, you could do that. >> any rhyme or reason why you choose this particular pasta? >> yes, the whole idea you'll find very soon when your daughter starts to eat food kids like pasta, but different shapes. these are known as gimelli, in italian means twins. and two twins hug together. i like to tell stories, because it helps make it interesting for her. >> gang how are you liking
this by the way? >> really good. >> are you learning a lot in this cooking segment? >> another cup of cheese. >> pasta water. >> pasta water. >> row 'tis tree chicken. >> you bought a predone rotisserie chicken. >> smart. >> put some muscle. i know you have it. >> i don't want to spill. that's why i'm trying to be careful. >> you've not going to spill. keep going. from the bottom-up. from the bottom up. there you go. >> wow. >> olives. i use three different kinds of ol i was, just for different colored texture. use whatever you want. >> and saltiness, too. >> brininess, and velvety. >> looks good. >> this is the thing. i was trying to show one of the girls in the kitchen earlier. that you want to to say from the bottom up. you see how it gets creamy? if you just go like that it just stabs the pasta and the sauce goes to the bottom. >> i like it. >> that's your pasta, done.
>> ten seconds to describe the lettuce. >> en dive radicchio, green. put it any way you want. couple minutes each side. and you grill it. and then you flip it. you chop it up. >> looks delicious. >> balsamic vinegar and olive oil, and you are done. >> these guys are pigging out down there. >> how is it? >> so good. >> goes a long way. delicious. >> remember 35 minutes cooking, start with whatever takes longest. make everything else while the pasta is cooking. >> giada, thank you so much. gang good job. >> thank you. >> we're doing a whole week of this. weeknight wonders. check out the recipes on today.com. we'll be back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc.
what's coming up guys? >> more of natalie's interview with furious 7, taking a good morning, i'm chris cato. it's time to get your first alert forecast now with meteorologist bill henley. we're off to a cold start on this spring monday bill. >> we've got sunshine but the temperatures are very cold including in the pocono mountains. look at the lake. sunny skies there, still snow covering the lake.
it's 16 degrees right now in the mountains. while it's still in the 20s in philadelphia. the wind is blowing to make it feel colder however. 19 the windchill in northeast philadelphia 4 degrees in the mountains. so lots of sunshine on this spring monday but a winter chill is in the air, even through this afternoon. the justice department is releasing its findings on the use of deadly force by the philadelphia police department later this morning. that report will break down the incidents in which philadelphia officers used deadly force. it will map out a plan of action moving forward. philadelphia police commissioner charles ramsey asked for this federal review following a series of officer-involved shootings. new information about the philadelphia man who's behind bars for allegedly shooting his ex-girlfriend's son. 23-year-old jamille carter was a fugitive wanted for attempted murder. he turned himself in to police last night on charges that he shot a 12-year-old boy. that shooting happened early yesterday morning. investigators say carter sneaked
into his ex-girlfriend's home. the boy walked in on carter hitting his mother and carter shot the boy in the leg. he was taken to the hospital where he was treated and released. we just got an update from camden county police about a late-night stabbing. we now know that it was a man and a woman that were stabbed at 6th and cherry streets. a second man was assaulted. we don't know their conditions at this time. investigators say the attack appears to be random and they have made no arrest. we're back with another update in 25 minutes. have a great day.
this morning on "today's take," furious 7 gearing up to hit the theaters. we make a pit stop with the crew. plus, tom cruise goes rogue. we get a look at the action. and a sneak peek inside kylie jenner's new mansion. all that and more coming up, right now. from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall. live, from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hey welcome to "today" on a monday morning, march 23, 2015. i'm al roker along with the lovie tamron and fabulous jenna. willie is off today and natalie in l.a. catching up with the cast of
"furious 7." actually, natalie is joining the cast. >> i think i am. i think this is my third. i traveled with them to rio, london and obviously here for this one. it's exciting. >> we're going to check in with natalie in just a bit. hang in there. so here we are, we are off and running officially. only 560-something days until the 2016 election. that's 596 days. texas republican senator ted cruz announcing his bid for the presidency with a tweet. i'm running for president and i hope to earn your support. and then he posted a 30-second video to his twitter account which is a lot different from when your dad did this. >> well that's true. that's true. who? you know, it was 1999. i think it was a press conference. i wasn't there, which was very kind of my parents to allow us to sort of be in -- not be in the limelight. we were 18 years old, wanting to be normal college kids. we tried to veto the idea, but
that didn't work obviously. >> did you really want to veto it? >> we -- you know no. i mean, we wanted him to do what made him happy. but we were also -- when you're 18, you're pretty selfish. >> sure. >> but you think about it, and in 1999, there was no facebook. >> no twitter. >> there was no twitter. >> no instagram. >> so i think social media is the way of the campaign, and it also is happening earlier and earlier, which makes me more and more scared. >> more and more money, the earlier you launch your campaign, the more money you have to raise. it's interesting that he's not giving the speech in our home state of texas. >> no. >> he's going to virginia. >> virginia liberty university. so kind of interesting. your dad announced his speech in iowa. >> i guess -- it's a swing state. and virginia has become a swing state. >> i think he's doing that at 10:00 a.m. >> all right. >> and we're off. >> pizza delivery. >> i love this. >> it's the best ever. pope francis has said that all he wants to do or one of the
things he does miss in his new position of course, is the ability to just go out and not be recognized at a pizzeria. this is what pope francis said. on saturday, you ask, and guess what it comes from heaven. in naples specifically. a pizzeria owner hand-delivered the pope a pizza. now this was a risky move. you know that. you jump a security fence, let alone one with the pope on the other side. that pizza and you might go flying. >> people give kind of strange things to famous people. i'm sure you guys have received flowers -- >> we get food on the plaza all of the time. people bring certain specialties from their home state that they love. and they want to share with us here all of the time. >> have you ever gotten anything as messy as a pizza? that could go awry. if that pizza messed up his white rope? >> he got it to go. that's the best part. literally. he's in the pope mobile. that's better than a
drive-threw. >> the big question, did he eat the pizza? >> he can't eat it. >> do you guys like ariana grande? >> "bang bang" was our original song for the summer. >> she sat in that chair. >> what? i feel very lucky. >> that's right. >> okay. she was on "the tonight show" with jimmy fallon and showed off her celine dion impression during a duet with "beauty and the beast." ♪ certain as the sun ♪ ♪ ♪ >> okay. so one of my favorite interviews i've ever done was with celine dion. and i -- she is so great, of course. but i told her i sing her song
in meatloaf for my go-to karaoke. >> okay. so you've got to do it. >> now i'm thinking meatloaf. ♪ that's when the wind was so cold ♪ >> who was that? >> that's celine dion! excuse me. >> that's a great impression. >> what's yours? >> i don't have one. >> what's your go-to impression. come on, al. >> i really don't. >> go to meatloaf now. go ahead. >> they do kind of sound -- >> baby -- >> is that strange? >> go meatloaf. let's see. ♪ i would do anything for love but i won't do that ♪ >> wow. powerful. >> they like it. >> powerful. >> crowd-pleaser. look at tamron's face. >> i'm just begging for me. that's what my heart is telling me. >> yeah, give me more. >> i didn't know that celine and meatloaf were from texas. that's what i was thinking. wow. >> they're southern.
>> quebec, texas. >> you had a fun weekend. >> what did i do? i had the pleasure of going to a reetha franklin's birthday party last night at the ritz-carlton. that's lee daniels from "empire," the man behind the show. i totally eaves dropped on the conversation of lee telling aretha franklin i want you to make a guest appearance on "empire." clive davis was there. you name it. it was amazing. and she had a brazilian dance troup and i just e-mailed her. i'm still trying to recover. aretha franklin. >> you know how funny it is to follow tamron on social media? i was lying in bed in my green froggy pajamas, which my husband finds so attractive, i can can tell you that. and i put my baby to bed. and i said oh, look tamron is at rihanna's birthday party.
>> because i said -- >> tamron really lives the life. >> not at all. >> yes, you do, girl. >> just a few hours before that, my mom was in town and i was making chicken pot pies with sage biscuits. >> and then we've got your weekend. >> my mom was also in town. she came yesterday. and it's so funny because my daughter has become a 2 year-old. like, overnight. so look at that little -- >> aww! >> she looks just like you. >> she is so cute. >> look at her sweater. >> i know. but she -- we told her, grammy is coming. and the most -- the hardest part about being away from my family is that she thinks grammy is right down the street. so every saturday morning, i'm like what do you want to do today? grammy's house? and i'm like, oh no, it takes a plane and some cash. >> do you skype? >> we facetime a lot. she is having coffee and she is
having leche. we told her grammy is coming and it was too early. we totally over -- she over anticipated it. so every time the dinger would ring, grammy! and then it wasn't. and then melt. there was some tantrums happening. >> and then -- >> what did you do? >> let's get to natalie first. natalie had perhaps a pretty terrific weekend, i would say. #vindiesel, spilling the name of his child exclusively. >> sweet story. >> yeah, that was just such a touching moment. i had a chance to obviously sit down with the entire cast. you're going to see that coming up in just a little bit. a little bit more of that interview i did earlier. i did get a chance to fly over the skies of l.a. with vin diesel. we had a little one-on-one. and he got very personal. while the movie is being premiered we're already starting to see some early screenings. he did say that during that
time, his partner was having their child. so he actually left one of the screenings early to go be with his partner, and just a week and a half ago, he had a little baby girl, his fourth child. and he told me that he named his daughter pauline, after, of course his very close friend paul walker, who died while making the film. and it was such a close personal friend, soul mate brother. so he said he felt like paul was in the room. he said his mother even felt it. and he said while i was cutting that umbilical cord, there was you know, no one else that i wanted to carry on with his name. and i wanted to make sure that paul was always in my life and in my heart. and by naming his daughter, pauline, he now continues with his legacy with her beautiful name. guys? >> sweet. >> sweet story. >> really is. >> and you could tell natalie was getting teary-eyed which is
why i love her. >> i was like, oh! >> sweet, yeah. very heart felt moment. >> thanks, natalie. >> and everybody is talking about the ending. this tribute to paul walker. cannot wait to see that. i'm not used to getting out from the middle chair to do weather. >> tell us what you did over the weekend while you walk. >> it wasn't worth it. >> i meerkated breakfast. >> can you use meerkat as a verb? >> meerkat. >> what did you make for breakfast? >> i made nikki pancakes i made myself little mini omelettes. egg white omelettes. you can't find it now once it's done, it's done. that's that. more snow in chicago. they have been getting a pretty good dusting of snow. but some of the outlying suburbs really picked up a lot, and there's some problems on the roads. this will end relatively quickly. we're looking at about 2 to 5 inches of snow from northern illinois into central indiana. and then we've got a lot of wet
weather down through florida. so all the spring breakers down there central florida, tampa we're looking at some rain. orlando is going to see some showers, as well. but then we'll gradually get some clearing and just have some hit or miss showers and thunderstorms. but look at this. between tampa and daytona, right around orlando, we're talking about 1 to 2 inches of rain. that's what's going on arou good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. it feels like winter outside. bundle up if you're heading out the door and don't forget your sunglasses. lots of sunshine, breezy and chilly too. upper 30s and low 40s. about 15 degrees colder than normal for this time of the year. chill in the air tomorrow morning, not all that much warmer tomorrow afternoon. the warmup will come with some wet weather later wednesday and thursday when it will be closer to 70 degrees. slight chance of thunderstorms thursday, then drying out as we head toward the weekend. have a great day. two texans up here. who do they not realize is from texas? >> meatloaf. >> we should have known! with a name like meatloaf.
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just seems appropriate to be here at the toretto house, and in the backyard and this barbecue, like you guys do in the film. >> and i can't believe how much you've already eaten. >> i know. >> how much she eats. >> i have to apologize. i ate a lot of the beans. >> we're prepped, we're ready. >> move away from her. >> we're outdoors. >> obviously, it's got to be really difficult time to be doing the press tour, and promoting a film at the same time. you're also dealing and talking about the loss of your friend, paul walker. >> yeah. >> yeah. how much does that weigh on you all? >> as much as we could find ourselves feeling like, man isn't it selfish to be promoting and sell all this energy about the movie when the obvious happened. but it's -- that is the reason to do it because acting is art. and paul is a part of this culture and our world. and what we all did together for all of these years.
and we want the world to know that this is some beautiful art that he left us with. >> when i finally saw the movie i breathed a huge sigh of relief, because it is beautiful and he is so good in it and the tribute to it is so fitting and beautiful. and i am really happy that fans get to see that. >> no matter what conversations we had with him it would always circle back around to how much he liked to give. and his humanitarian efforts and philanthropic efforts and reach out worldwide organization. no matter what, it would always come back to how he wanted to change the world. and he still is doing that. >> his brothers were so key in helping you to complete the film, james. are they now part of this big family, as well? >> you know, directing his brothers and directing them to work with everyone else here i think gets everyone here closure, as well. and i think you know -- i think that was something that was very important for us. >> when we all clearly could see
that paul's brothers look exactly like him, and we got into how to move forward, and they were physically on the set with us every day, we actually felt like our brother was still with us. >> twainduane, you came into the family later in "fast 5." was it apparent to you right away this was a bond that was going to be forever? >> i had the privilege of coming into something that was already established and incredibly successful before i got there. because we were all friends outside of the movie. we would see each other around, support each other's movies. we had the same -- he has a picture of me on his lower back. >> is that true? >> i've got to see it! come on! >> we have such a great team. it's not like other movies. when we come to work we all want the movie to be as special as possible. we all knew that it was our job to leadve the legacy for someone
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while others may keep trying nobunny knows easter better than cadbury. good morning, i'm chris cato. it's 9:26. time to check your first alert forecast with meteorologist bill henley. bill, any warmup out there? >> slow warming. it's still very cold outside for this time of year. we should be warming up into the 50s, but we'll stop in the 40s this afternoon. clear skies, that's a nice sunny view from center city where it is holding at 28 degrees right now. there's a little bit of a breeze blowing, just enough to make it feel colder teens and low 20s. the wind will be picking up as the temperature climbs too, so in spite of sunshine it is going to never feel all that warm today. we just got some new information in on a double stabbing investigation in camden. law enforcement officials have
told us reechblgtcently that this was a drug-related robbery, it was not a random attack. the stabbings happened late last night at 6th and cherry streets. a man who was stabbed is in stable condition and a woman who was stabbed is in critical. police say a man who was injured while working on his pickup truck in north philadelphia authorities say the truck slipped out of gear and landed on the man. he is in stable condition at the hospital. and today philadelphia archbishop will be out raising awareness about hunger and homelessness. the archbishop is scheduled to visit soup kitchens food pantries today. of course it comes ahead of pope francis' visit to this area in september. if you're looking for a job in delaware today is your day to find out about hundreds of openings. several companies will be at wilmington university's dover campus for a spring job fair. that runs from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and features full and part-time work. i'm chris cato.
welcome to "today" on a monday morning, march 23, 2015. i'm al roker along with tamron, jenna. willie is off. nat is on assignment with the cast of "fast & furious". this is a new song, lunch money lewis. i played this in the makeup room this morning. >> we think it might be the song of the summer. ♪ ♪ work work work every day ♪ ♪ i got bills ♪ ♪ mouths to feed ♪ ♪ i'm gonna make sure everybody eats ♪ ♪ i got bills ♪ ♪ >> it's like a throwback, right?
>> we want lunch money lewis to come on the show. the lunch money watching we'll give you money for lunch and dinner. >> we'll pay some bills. here we go. >> you know what else people are into? >> march madness. >> yeah, they're into march madness somewhere. >> warming up. >> al -- >> i know why you don't want to talk about it. he's at the bottom. ♪ ♪ i'm gonna make sure everybody eats ♪ ♪ ♪
♪ oh man oh man oh man ♪ good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. it feels like winter outside. bundle up if you're heading out the door and don't forget your sunglasses. lots of sunshine, breezy and chilly too. upper 30s and low 40s. about 15 degrees colder than normal for this time of the year. chill in the air tomorrow morning, not all that much warmer tomorrow afternoon. the warmup will come with some wet weather later wednesday and thursday when it will be closer to 70 degrees. slight chance of thunderstorms thursday, then drying out as we head toward the weekend. have a great day. and that's your latest weather. >> alrighty. cups up. happy monday. cue the music. it is mission impossible edition of pop fix. wait. tom cruise is back the fifth
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plane. "mission impossible: rogue nation." now to actress candice bergen, speaking out about a 30-pound weight gain and more in her new memoir "a fine romance." she talks about her marriage, the birth of her daughter and falling in love again. how she feels about her body. she says in the past 15 years, i put on 30 pounds. i live to eat. none of this eat to live stuff for me. i'm a champion eater. no carb is safe, no fat either. the 58-year-old says she just does not care about how her eating habits are perceived. her memoir is out april 7. >> and she looks terrific. >> yes. >> please. >> and it's true. we have just been talking about pancakes. >> yeah. >> there's no carb that's bad. >> portion control. so they say. >> the bigger the better. >> moving on to kerry washington's spectacular season, the crowd at the awards over the weekend, while accepting her
vanguard award for promoting equality. in a fiery seven-minute speech, kerry spoke so strongly about the reality of diversity in the media you might have thought it was olivia pope. take a look. >> pitted against each other and made to feel like there are limited seats at the table for those us who fall into the category of other. we need more diverse lgbt representation. and by that i mean lots of different kinds of lgbt people living all different kinds of lives. and this is big. we need more employment of lgbt people in front of and behind the cameras. >> okay. so 20 years from now, she's going to be a politician a lawmaker, sooner than that. the youngest kardashian is growing up. and kylie jenner just bought her own home. how much? she's 17. how much do you think the home cost? >> no idea. >> i can't even guess. >> on instagram, the fancy home
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adore adorable in samantha hudson here. ready for spring showers. i hope i'm not summoning this. >> showers are better than snow. >> she is carrying a bag we love. it was designed for surfers, so made to keep everything super super waterproof. you can see we're dipping it into water here. could very fully submerge it. you can see water sliding right off. dressing for rain doesn't mean frumpy. she is wearing super cute boots, you can wear in the weather. you don't have to wear huge ga loshs important to remember. adorable samantha in a kitty cat little poncho hat piece over there. for us, it's national puppy day, but we love kittens all of the time. >> and dad and son hudson are wearing matching jackets. >> >> a mini me. the jacket is foldable into a teeny pouch chris has. >> and it's wind proof?
>> it's wind proof. >> cue the wind! >> apparently there is a wind machine. >> very beyonce-like. >> and the two kiddos. hudson. we all love a converse chuck taylor. perfect sneaker. and they can splish splash and be totally fine. >> next, jenna and megan. we love her name. >> jenna and megan are adorable. two lucky editors wearing adorable brunch-worthy outfits. rain does not have to ruin your plans. jenna in this clear jacket. this is a great jacket, because it doesn't have to hide your outfit. you can see exactly how adorable your outfit is at all times. which we love. >> and is that a packable poncho? >> i think you like saying packable poncho. >> i do. >> this is perfect. i think in march and april, keep a poncho with you you don't know when it's going to start raining. throw it in your bag. it's teeny, tiny, light. we love the print of it.
>> thanks, ladies. >> now we're talking date night. karen and sam. nobody likes it when it rains on your date. >> no. >> but -- >> you can still look cute. here's the thing. date night, you see it's raining outside, you don't have to wear frumpy galoshes. you can wear something super cute. we love zahra boots. they're shiny, reflective. >> those are waterproof? >> also waterproof. under $100 which we love. >> and chris' shoes from rock port are completely waterproof. they look like dress shoes, date night worthy, but at the same time, bring style, as well. >> what about this umbrella? >> this umbrella is pretty major. i've been looking forward to this all day. >> oh wow. >> this is from the momah store. and you can actually spray it, and it changes colors. i don't know if you can see it here in the light. you might not have enough -- >> now it's shiny black. >> well -- >> oh, no, the white is changing. >> the white is changing. >> so karen, do you mind turning it to the camera?
the buildings are turning into different colors. >> cool. >> i'm getting an arm workout from the spray. new york city rain, usually enough, it would happen much quicker. >> are you okay? are you wet? >> i've been looking forward to spraying her all morning. >> thanks very much. here's our last couple. kind of neat. >> connie and rich yes. so we love this jacket that writ is wearing. it's bright, happy. you do not miss it in a rain storm. it is completely waterproof. >> it looks like a cloth. >> it's basically completely water repellant. may i borrow you for a second so you can actually see. do you see how water is literally like flying all over the place? >> waterproof. >> completely waterproof and new york city -- >> it's changing colors! >> that would be cool. and connie's jacket adorable, as well. a comfy funnel neck to block out the wind, wind, wind, which we get a lot of and the cute colorful boots. nothing cheers up an outfit more than bright boots. >> let's get everybody back out
here and you can see all our fantastic models again. >> come on out! you all look so cute! >> so there is rain gear for every occasion, from brunch to weekends. >> date night. >> date night. >> got it all covered. >> seriously, you do. ava, you did it great even though you said you had mom brain. thank you so much. go to j.com to find out where you can get all of these looks. >> up next a real man of mystery. that's right. best-selling author sharing his new page-turner "the stranger," right after these messages. sal khan: khan academy is a not-for-profit, with a mission of providing a free world-class education for anyone anywhere. if you look at a khan academy video, they can cover everything from basic arithmetic to calculus, trigonometry, finance. you can really just get what you need at your own pace. and so, bank of america came and reached out to us and said 'we are really interested in making sure that everyone really understands personal finance.' and we're like 'well, we're already doing that.' and so it was kind of a perfect match.
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for his last seven novels debuted at the number one spot on the new york best seller's list. >> harlan coben is back. >> it's a stranger with one secret that could entirely unravel a family. good to see you. >> good morning! >> how are you this morning? >> how much fun was it writing about the power of a single secret and the ripple effect it can cause? >> a lot. i love doing that. i love taking an ordinary family, everything kind of going well, and just a few words whispered and the whole world explodes. it's fun. >> was it also kind of dark to write? a dark tale. were you kind of scared of your
own writing or not? i've always wondered that. >> actually when i'm writing it, no. i just want to figure ways of getting emotional. i want you to keep turning pages. i want to stir your mind, your pulse, and mostly your heart. i want you to really care about these people and that's what i've concentrating on. >> mission accomplished. al has dubbed you two-page harr lamb. two pages in the "new york times" people adore your writing. >> thank you. >> have you ever thought about romantic comedy or rom com? >> nah. >> a romance novel. >> yeah. i have love stories, but they're usually a little dark. >> just a little bit. >> keep you up at night, i'm hoping. >> just about all of your books have been set in suburban new jersey. you have lived there. raised your family there. and there's a little bit of a tongue in cheek sort of quality to this. do you enjoy sending up some of your neighbors? >> especially in this one. it's a real satiric look at the suburbs, how much we care about our kids' sports, how much we worry about inane things.
the american cream, but where the dream comes true, but can darken a nightmare. i like to poke fun at myself, too. i'm guilty as much as anyone else. watching your kid at a sporting event. you only see your kid. you want to see everything else but really only see your kid. it's an interesting dichotomy. >> the power of secrets. do you believe you should tell secrets or keep them? >> we'll let the book decide. >> personally, though. >> no, well, i don't -- i think it's okay to have secrets. but not too many secrets. what kind of secrets? >> do you have skeletons in that closet? >> not me. not me. but al -- no. >> so here's -- your stories -- i mean, there's some intrigue, some darkness. but lately a lot of mysteries and thrillers have gone so very dark. and disturbing. have you bucked that trend, stayed away from that? >> i have no interest in extreme violence or any of that kind of thing. i want it to be a story you can
see yourself in. i want at the end you to wonder if you would do the same thing as the bad guy. and in the case of "the stranger," my most shocking ending. were you fooled by the ending? >> uh, sort of, yes. i was. it didn't matter, because it was the journey, it really is the journey. >> thank you. >> i started to suspect about maybe three quarters of the way but i wasn't even sure. >> cool. that's kind of what i wanted. i wanted to keep you up all night. that's my goal. i don't want to gross you out. i have no interest in that. i want you to take this book to bed at 11:00, and read for ten minutes and next thing you know it's 4:00 in the morning and you're cursing me. or you guys, you're waking for work. >> the heart-racing experience for you when you're writing, do you feel that same stimulation? >> i do. at the end of a book, i wrote the last 40 pages of this book in one day. >> what? >> i could barely keep up with my fingers. my pulse is racing. i'm not shaving. my family is afraid of me.
throw it at daddy and run. and i'm just gone, writing that fast. as fast as you're reading, i'm almost writing. >> amazing. >> throw a banana at daddy and run. >> harlan coben thank you. if you want to read an excerpt, head to today.com. we're back in a moment. but first, this is "today" on nbc. >> harlan, that was fantastic.
whoa! >> it's going to be big. >> it's time for regis! >> wow. >> i've got an awful lot to tell everybody. you may not like to hear a lot of it but it's true. it's honest. honest to god. >> you're only one man. >> that's right. >> right! >> but we also have the cast of "mad men." >> yeah. >> and regis. come on, what else
good morning i'm chris cato. it's 9:56 and time to check your first alert forecast with meteorologist bill henley on a chilly monday bill. >> yeah the calendar says spring but the thermometer is point towards winter. right now we're still in the 20s in spite of bright sunshine. that is a live view from the comcast center in philadelphia. 28 degrees in the city. in the 20s for atlantic city
wildwood wilmington and teens in the mountains. so a slow warmup as we head to the upper 30s and low 40s. we'll see plenty of sunshine but the wind will be picking up this afternoon. later this morning the justice department will release its findings on the use of deadly force by the philadelphia police department. that report will break down the incidents in which philadelphia officers used deadly force and will map out a plan of action to improve training and policy. philadelphia police commissioner charles ramsey asked for this federal review after almost 60 officer-involved shootings in 2012. in just a few minutes pennsylvania's first lady, frances wolf will arrive at a school in bucks county. she's hosting a roundtable discussion talking with teachers and administrators about the state's plan to improve the public education system. she will also be reading to students there. this afternoon delaware governor jack markel will sign a new law giving smaller eateries the opportunity to apply for a liquor license. they must feed at least a dozen
people and serve complete meals to be granted a license. i'm chris cato. we'll have another update in about 25 minutes. you can always get the latest news and weather through the nbc 10 app. jacklyn: our middle schools have classes that are devoted for test prep. my kids only have a half a year science and a half a year social studies to make room for preparing for the test. gina: we have no after-school programs, we have no freshman sports, we have no extra anything... okaikor: we're cutting those programs to make way for test prep. and we're not taking in to all the other things that makes a child whole. gina: we are setting our kids up to fail.
from nbc news this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. it's march 23'd but it's still winter here. the cast of the hit series "madmen" why they're sitting down with me and hoda, i do not know. the show coming to an end with just a few episodes left. >> and then lady gaga walked down the aisle in new orleans over the weekend.
but don't worry, it wasn't her wedding. she was a bridesmaid. we're going to talk about that in the scoop. you're going to meet the two newest members of our joystick club. but it's a very special day. any day that has regis philbin in it is a good day. >> a very special day. >> regis the king. come on over. >> regis, the king. >> great people. >> you've still got it. >> i got this too. >> what you got is the twiz hers. >> we want to say hi. can he have a chair please? >> i even get a chair. >> a little respect reg. >> the weirdest place. never been in television in a long time. never anything like that. i'm going to get through it.
>> hi. >> there it goes. first of all i want to talk about going up 19th street -- i mean 49th. >> what's going on. >> i got to get to her place. she's across 6th avenue. took me 20 minutes until i got out of the car and ran across 6th avenue and halfway up the block to get to her -- >> radio show. >> and you should have seen the radio show. there was one guy in there -- >> the bald guy? >> the bald guy. >> tell it. >> with the glasses. and he just kept staring at me like i was the idiot. honest to god it was terrifying. and i said, why does this guy keep looking at me. >> he was my agent. >> was what he afraid i was going to do to you? stop looking at me. scary guy. >> hoda told me you were awesome. awesome. >> we had a lot of fun.
we really did. >> you're amazing. you got to get a show sirius. >> he would be awesome at it. >> so regis is here for a number of reasons. but kathie lee and matt lauer took the twiz hers challenge. the concept is to raise money for a good cause. but cat and matt got together shlths meredith challenged me and mat. >> take a look. >> it's all for a good cause. then we get to challenge somebody. >> here we go. >> i challenge regis and hoda
woman. >> that's us. >> they gave me this to bring out. i didn't even know what it was. >> you can pick your own. >> you want a squirt? >> she wants you kissing sweet. >> are we going to kiss? >> she's not sure. >> let me look at your lips. >> she's got gorgeous egyptian lips. >> she could swallow me. i've never seen lips like that. >> she's got nice lips. they're egyptian. you do have beautiful lips. you should see her feet. >> size 18. i don't want to talk about it now.
let's just do this. here we go. >> all right. >> now what do we do. >> it's like lady and the tramp. you start eating it and eventually your lips hit. >> does joy know you're doing this? >> who cares. of course she does. >> okay. >> go. >> she's closing in on me. >> i have this thing right here. >> she's getting close. >> you're not even doing any work. she's doing all the work. you're not even doing any work. >> what aim suppose today do with this? >> i think you're supposed to eat it. your lips are all gone.
>> oh my gosh, hoda. give it up for regis and hoda. now you need to make a very nice donation for autism research as well. you look like you went in there. >> i get on the show for an hour. i thought i'd get 30 seconds. that was pretty good. you're all right. you got a boyfriend? do you really? >> i do. you met him. >> i don't like him. i never liked him. you can do better than that. do i leave now? >> have a seat with us. >> i want to challenge two people. i want to challenge a couple, blake sheldon and adam levine. >> they got to kiss? >> it's all right. it's a new world. who are you challenging?
>> i've got to challenge somebody now? >> yeah. >> i's not going to be matt lauer, i tell you that. i'd love to kiss don rickels. >> you have done your kissing. you want to do it again? >> what do you want me to do. >> challenge don rickels and who does he have to kiss? >> joy? >> that would be good. >> they are challenged. okay. >> i like that. >> i was out in los angeles this past weekend for thank you for asking. you're the only person in show business? i got to do a show that i don't know when it's going to air. they said it wu okay for me to announce that i did it. it was so much fun. i want both of you to be invited to be on the show. it's called "whose line is it
anyway." it's like you're on a high wire with no net and they make it so much fun. >> do we have a clip? >> we can't show clips. no air date yet. it was so much fun. and yesterday, you're not going to believe this. do you know what yesterday was? . >> you don't know, do you. >> it was sunday. >> yes, yesterday was cody's 25th birthday. >> no kidding. is he 25 now? >> that's all i'm allowed to say. >> do you know what today is? today is joanne's birthday. come on out. come on out. >> we're going to do favorite things at the end of the show. stick around for that. but in the meantime -- >> get over here, darling. happy birthday sweet heart. >> she runs the show. >> you forgot you love me.
>> that's right. >> cheers. >> we love you jo jo and love you reg. you can stick around the whole show. >> i'm going to get out of here right now. >> we're going to sit down with jon hamm and the rest of the star studded cast right after this. going to be big. my budget was always second guessing me when i'd buy stuff for the family. fingerhut. fingerhut. fingerhut. fingerhut. at fingerhut.com we can shop with low monthly payments. over 200,000 items and growing from brands like samsung lego and kitchenaid. just click on over to fingerhut.com to get the credit you deserve and great stuff for your family. not fingerhut. i got that at a garage sale. for a dollar. ♪
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it's the beginning of the end for emmy award winning "mad man". >> the acclaimed series took us back to the '60s and druding ad exec dan draper. >> and here to get us ready for the final episode whether we like it or not is jon hamm, elisabeth moss, matthew weener christina hendrixs and january jones. >> is it really coming to an end? >> no. >> what did people say when they found out this suz going to be the end of it. what kind of reaction are you getting in. >> i suppose it wasn't a surprise. i think everyone knew that eventually the show would end. but people are fortunate lit for us very investsed in the show and
the story of the characters and people they've sat with for the better part of a decade in their living room. it's bittersweet. you know we finished shooting in july and so we've kind of been sitting with it for a while. but yeah, it's very exciting to get to share it. >> was it an emotional ending for you guys on the set? >> a big fight. >> what was it like? >> long time resentments bubbling up. it was sad. i mean you know, it was kind of a parade of last days of various people had their last day and then there was the final day of shooting. it was sad. i knew it would be and it kind of hit me. i was still surprised by how emotional it got. >> we hear there were tears from pretty much everybody. was it exhaustion relief or what? >> again, from the fistfights. a lot of face shots. >> had to be some relief to get
out of the corsets and the bras. i still wear those underwear. they were comfortable. were you kind of excited for a new venture around the corner? >> no. no. >> no. >> yeah, it really is hard to say good-bye. >> was such a charmed experience in so many ways. we have kind of what happens with an underdog situation. we're kind of close tore each other in a weird way. we never knew if we would go beyond the pilot. we didn't expect it to go this long and you definitely want to get off the air before people say, is this still on? but it was such a great work experience and people would go off during the breaks and come back to it like they're home. >> there's such a high expectation for the finale of anything. did you guys like how your charactered wrapped up at the end? you did?
>> yeah. i didn't know. i was so pleased when i read it. i really was. >> i was pleased, too. >> all right. so one of the things you guys do a lot on the show is you like to imbibe in a few beverages. there for 369 alcoholic beverages poured in the office -- >> in the pilot. >> well, we can relate. we were actually drinking. what were you drinking? >> it's colored water basically. >> what were you actually smoking? >> pot. it's legal in california, you guys. no. they're herbal cigarettes that have not addictive qualities. >> it was delicious. >> early in the morning, a big cigarette and some onion water.
>> did you love the fashions of that era? did you find yourself transforming into your character because you had on the right -- >> that has to help. >> it definitely helps a lot. weirdly it felt like my work clothes. there was obviously so much focus on the fashion because it was so beautiful and unusual for if everyone else. for me it was just what i wore to work. >> a little souvenir, who took what? >> i took everything. >> i took things from joan's apartment, like serving tray and a picture and at the end anything that wasn't glued down. >> jon how about you? >> i took my girdle. no, i took a desk lamp from my office with permission, right? >> yeah. >> the smithsonian is going to get -- >> some of the stuff, yeah. i also took jon's girdle.
you need a second girdle. >> honestly there was so much -- we were taking stuff sort of all along the way. but at the end you want something from each character or something that's important to them. did you take your red thermos in the end? >> yeah. >> there are things that you sort of become iconic. long they're not rentals that you hold on to. i took the cleo that don won that smashed. just things db jon didn't want anything ironically. >> what did you end up taking? >> i didn't take anything. i was given a couple of things by the people. but i was very nervous because i wanted to take everything. so i figured i better just take nothing. >> so great to see you together. >> certainly left and indelible impression on the world. i grew up in the '50s so you guys nailed it. final episodes of "mad men" kick
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now it's time to surprise our fan of the week. drum roll please while we spin the globe. today it has landed in indianapolis, indiana where your familiar colton juneau watches us joining us now by skype. how are you? >> great, how are you? >> we're good. >> are you studying? what are you doing? >> i'm actually on break. >> we're going to tell everybody why you were chosen. you started our freshman year at college majoring in biology with the hopes of becoming a doctor. >> when he's not in the library studying he tunes in for our show for a little break.
time to put your fan come to the test. if you answer quickly you win the grand prize. are you ready? >> yes. >> here we go. every thursday we share a fantastic video that's gone viral. what do we call the segment, is it viral video thursday, video of the week or web tas tick? >> web tas tick. >> yes, you got it. is are you ready to find out what you won? >> yes. >> all right. you're going on a great trip. you and a guest are headed to miami beach, florida. you're going to stay three nights, four days in an oaks view king room, dinner for two at the hotel's restaurant and ticket to the perez art museum in miami. >> round trip airfare by two is provided. do you know who you're going to
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we're now in the 30s which we couldn't say an hour ago. bright sunny new york city sign of clouds. 31 at philadelphia 29 in trenton. in the upper 20s in pottstown, too. right at 32 degrees for wilmington and dover. we will see sunny skies through the day today and a breeze out of the northwest which will help to keep the temperatures lower than normal. usually we warm into the 50s. low 40s today. >> we have launched skyforce 10. a live picture from skyforce 10. a plane stuck in the mud in newcastle in delaware. the frontier airlines jet departing for orlando last night when it went offer the runway and got stuck in the mud as you see there. nobody on the plane, this flight was hurt. crews are now working to get out of that mud. airport officials aren't sure exactly why the plane went off the runway but they are trying to find out. a ground breaking ceremony will be held at dover air force base to celebrate the start of a
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we are back with more of "today" on this funday monday. time to get you caught up on all of today's buzz. >> here with the hot celebrity scoop you'll want to share with your friends and family is one of the hosts of vh 1's the gossip table rob shooter. >> morning. >> more than one of the hosts, okay? you're the lynch pin. >> the corner stone. >> really fun bunch of people to work with. i'm very grateful for them. >> keep rock oon. lady gaga was in new orleans. >> she actually walked down the aisle. everybody is so excited about that headline, however it was not her wedding. it was her best friend's
wedding. she tweeted how happy she was to be at a friend's wedding saying there is nothing better in the world than seeing happiness in the lives of all of your friends. she was in new orleans on friday. the wedding was at the botanical gardens. this is why everybody marry is talking because they're wondering when will lady gaga be walking down the aisle. we do know she got engaged on valentine's day to her fiancee and we know that toni bennett will be singing at her wedding. that leads us to believe they must have a date. they're just not telling us. tony is pretty busy. >> did gaga sing at this wedding? >> she was just a guest. didn't even name her friend. >> was taylor with her? >> taylor was not at the wedding. she turned up for a long time friend there and was a bridesmaid. taylor swift did something
savvy. >> smartest lady in show biz. on june 1st the internet is going to start issuing new urls. at the end of most websites it's dt-come and now it's going to be dt-porn and dot-ed a her. it will stop other people buying the sites and putting up stuff that she does nout want associated with her name. >> or trying to sell it back to you. >> exactly. >> nbc did contact her people they have had no comment on it. >> i bet they didn't call us. >> i think they did call back. but they had no comment. >> jason aldean, there was sort of this -- he was married and there were pictures of him kissing. >> he got married this weekend. two years ago he was caught kissing a lady that was not his
wife. in the country community this caused a big brouhaha. he went on facebook apologizing about the terrible mistake. two years later he got married to the lady in mexico this weekend. >> you always wonder about those kinds of relationships. >> those often just don't work out. >> a very tricky one, had two children from his previous marriage as well. >> bruce willis was whooping it up. >> looks fantastic. here in the city celebrating with keith richards from the rolling stones and tony bennett. >> tony bennett is everywhere. >> fantastic party in midtown. now the last time we saw bruce willis was last monday sitting in front row on "dancing with the stars" where his daughter rumor got the highest score of
the night. i think he's got a really good chance. demi moore was there as well. >> was she at the birth taye in. >> not at the birthday. >> we don't know a lot about their daughters. i was out in l.a. and a lot of the people were talking about what a delight she has been. they all love her. >> she admitted that this is the first time people are going to know me for not my parents. >> good for her. >> "beautiful" the musical is going to be a movie. >> it was follow-up for seven tony awards on broadway. still running on broadway. go and see it as a movie. >> you love him on "say yes to the dress." now the bridle guru is making some young girls' prom dreams come true. >> what's up with all of these dumbbells? it's a whopping 465
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if you're been carrying around some extra weight you may not realize how much it's slowing you down. >> the two newest members of the joy fit club know exactly what the extra pounds were doing for them and they decided to get healthy. >> they've done some serious slimming down and combined they've lost the equivalent of all of these weights right here which is 465 pounds. >> here to introduce us and share their stories is joy bauer. >> this is extraordinary. 465 pounds. wait until you see each of them. first we have 34-year-old melissa king from va kaville california. she was born into a family that just loves to eat.
everybody is over weight. it was until she was ten years old and she was the big kid in class and started getting a lot of bullying. a vicious cycle kwond. the meaner the kids were, the lower her self esteem was. there she is in her early 30s, skyrocketed to 425 pounds, high blood pressure and prediabetic. she decided she was turning things around. so she joined a gym. she could only last five minutes at first. but she found this hip hop class. not only is her blood pressure normalized and she's not prediabetic anymore. she's lost 235 pounds. >> step on out, melissa. >> oh my god! >> she's awesome. >> good for you. >> oh my gosh. wait. so blood pressure. you must feel like a different human being. >> i don't know that person anymore.
>> she kayaks, snow boards, does everything. >> it took two years to get it off. and it will be three years next month. >> it's not a quick process. were you a quick fix person before? >> before. i wanted instant results. i didn't get big overnight, i wasn't going to lose it overnight. >> what is the impact for you family? >> my mom is working out now, she's going to a gym. i have a great support system. my boyfriend helps me at the gym. we're weight training. >> you were awesome. >> we should call out our other guy real quick. save the moves for later. >> we have 30-year-old jeff from harleysville, pennsylvania. big football guy. freshman year she was 300 pounds but it worked for him, a big football guy. graduated. after high school no more football but kept up with his ferocious appetite. his weight skyrocketed to 455
pounds. but he reached out to a local program. it didn't cost an arm and a leg and everybody watching has a local program they could take advantage of. his was called core fit lose to win. he's last 230 pounds and is now a weight loss coach at the very same program. are you ready? jeff, come on out. >> oh, yeah. >> look at this guy. >> unbelievable. >> are you kidding? >> oh my gosh. stunning. >> and he's paying it forward now which i love. >> you've got to be heating healthy. >> everybody goes in my mouth i write it down and chart it every single day. >> here's some of the foods that we gets now. this guy has done a 180. >> they both have. congratulations. >> she's going to teach us some moves. >> we're ready.
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>> monte dur rahm is here. what a great program. >> it's incredible. really to see these girls start off in the morning with us and they're shy, a little insecure, enthen walk into a room where close to 3,000 dresses -- >> just waiting for them. >> let's see these lucky ladies. >> lorena is a seen year at the bronx technology academy. she moved to the united states from the dominican republic at age five. now shi's an honor student with an advanced diploma and a member of her high school's track team. >> that is awesome. >> sweetheart neckline, the number one neckline. high/low. show those beautiful legs. >> that's beautiful. i love that. how come you picked that one? >> because i was undecided. the fact that it was short and
it had silver and gold. >> can dance in that. >> the money she saw that was a high low and beaded, done deal. beautiful. >> lorena you look gorgeous. enjoy. >> and the shoes and the handbags are all donated. >> next up we have crystal rosa. she's a senior, speaking fluent spanish and english, now studying italian. plans to go to college for performing arts and medicine. >> and medicine. >> come on, crystal. >> the new pattern and color is huge for prom this year. notice the cummerbund waist. she wanted something with sleeves came in looking for that. she has this beautiful weighty hair and she wanted it to be
natural. >> i like it. you look gorgeous. >> thank you so much, sweetie. >> isn't that beautiful? >> gorgeous. next up is sabrina. a senior at the bronx engineering and technology academy. the quarterback of the girl's flag football team and sberns at the hospital. she was recently accepted to a university where she wants to study biology and become a doctor. >> god bless her. >> sabrina. >> wow. >> she wanted a quiet under dated elegant dress and she wanted straps. her wish was to find a gown a straps. she's so pretty. >> is that a mauve or a lavender. >> the purse is mauvela vender and the dress is gray. we had so much fun shopping. i asked her at the end, how do
you feel? and he was like, beautiful. >> finally we have alexis roderick, asenior and mom of a two-year-old. she loves to read and is hoping to go to school for nursing. alexis, come on out? >> oh my gosh. look at the shape on this. now this is we're planning column dresses. and the back. i mean, not only -- >> once we get that mike phone out of there it's going to be really pretty. >> support and a wow factor in this dress. >> very elegant. >> thank you everybody. >> girls come on out here. >> thank you, monte. >> my pleasure. we've got some favorite things of her own, don't we? >> we do. you're going to have to wait until after the break though, to hear them. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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there are three more of them. i'm going to bring out joann because i'm giving them all to her for her birthday because i didn't know. >> joanne is really our favorite thing. >> you're going to look gorgeous. >> i love it. >> come here. so anyway -- >> if there's anything about the show you don't like, call joanne. >> tomorrow we're going to have the newest gadgets that will do all of the work for you. >> and if you're a bride to be, don't miss the newest designs. and what do you want to say to everybody? >> thank you for the birthday wishes
>> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. >> at 11:00, we are following developing story in newcastle county skyforce 10 over the wilmington airport where a plane is stuck in the mud. officials say the pilot veered off the taxiway last night. this plane has been there every since. you're taking a live look at skyforce 10. this is what it looked like skyforce 10 a short time ago. crews are now working to free the frontier jet and get it moving again. airport officials are trying to determine what exactly caused the pilot to veer off the taxiway. we have a view there and we'll bring you a live report coming up in the next