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days. >> better umbrellas than shovels. the "today" show will have more going on in germany. this is breaking news that we'll cover. >> this is an nbc news special report. here's matt lauer and savannah guthrie. >> good morning. as we come on the air this morning, we have news of a passenger plane crash. 148 people on board. the plane reportedly crashing in the french alps. the flight originated in spain on the way to germany. >> details are just coming in and being operated by german wings airline, a budget airline operated by lufstanza. 142 passengers and six members of the crew. the weather was good at the time of the crash, but this plane has
gone down somewhere in the french alps. bill neely is in london. anything more you can add? >> yes, the fact that it has gone down in the french alps is not good. it's about 9,000 feet up with few roads leading to it. 142 passengers on board, two pilots and four crew. i suppose from a rescuer's point of view that's very, very difficult terrain. at the moment it was not far into the flight from barcelona to d uss eldorf when it crashed. it is an airliner that is a subsidiary of the german airliner lufstanza. german wings is a low cost
airliner. they were heading back probably from vacation in barcelona. details are sketchy at the moment. the weather seemed to be fine. it was cloudy with just light wind. the pilot did send an sus urks srksstus urks srkss srkssus-s sos message, but rescue teams are on the way. it is an inaccessible area. from a rescue point of view that's not good. >> bill thank you very much. >> tom costello covers aviation. you are just getting the details as we are. talk about this plane. we put the map up and it started in barcelona on the way to d uss eldorf. this looks like about the midway point or less. >> that's concerning. the vast majority of incidents involving fatal or nonfatal
crashes for take off and landing, it's rare to have something happen in-flight. you will have the authorities looking at all probabilities here. the airbus 820 is a work horse of a plane. it is flown around the world and built in europe but flown heavily here in the u.s. by u.s. airways and american airlines and united and others. this is a very reliable plane and what we call a fly by wire plane. it is heavily automated with a lot of computer assistance and a lot of back up systems helping the pilot to fly the plane. it is not the old 737 pulley system. this is a sophisticated aircraft. what happened is anybody's guess. >> the last crash of an a-320 that we can find was air asia flight 8501 back in december of
20 freezing rain from surabaya to singapore. did we find out what caused that plane to go down? >> off the top of my head i don't know. this plane is just very, very commonly flown around the world and i have been to the airbus factories in france and they will tell you we build planes for all of the world to fly, not just the best and the brightest that come out of the world air forces. we build them for pilot who is may not be topical ber. this is concerning. >> he may have gotten a distress call. >> they had an incident of some sort. whether it was -- my concern is that a single engine failure will generally not bring down an aircraft these days. you would have to be looking at
a catastrophic event whether that would be both engines were lost or keeping in mind that birds don't fly at 34,000 feet. whether it's sort of a criminal event. we simply don't know. >> tom costello thank you very much. once again we know that an airbus a-320 has crashed somewhere in the french alps on a flight from barcelona to d uss eldorf being operated by german wings airlines. let us cause and give other stations a chance to trourn their regular programming. . good morning. joining the "today" show. another big story we will continue to follow the plane crash we have been reporting leaving from barcelona to d uss eldorf but another breaking story overnight coming in the
"new york times." angelina jolie revealing she had preventive surgery to remove her ovaries after doctors found a sign of early cancer. hoda kotb reports. >> ovarian cancer kills about 14,000 women every year. 20,000 women were diagnosed. angelina jolie chose another preventive surgery and that may surprise people. she wanted to share with people to let people know they have options. in an op ed in this morning's "new york times," she writes she chose to have her ovaries and falopian tubes removed last week to reduce her chance of getting cancer. the 39-year-old oscar winner revealed she had a double mastectomy after losing her mother to ovarian cancer in
2007. >> after losing my mom to these issues i'm grateful for it and moved by the kind support from people. really very grateful. >> two week ago the results revealed possible early signs of ovarian cancer. she writes i went to see the surgeon who treated my mother ask she teared up when you saw me. you look just like her. i broke down and we smile and agreed we were there to deal with any problem. let's get on with it. >> she is a movie star and her journey of decision making is agonizing and fear and all women struggle with that any time they hear a possibility of a disease. in her case a severe cancer generations of cancer i can understand why she did it. >> while the surgery was less complex than the double mastectomy the results put her into forced menopause. >> i will not be able to have
more children and i expect physical changes, but i feel at ease with whatever will come. not because i am strong because this is part of wife. she called her husband and father of her six children brad pitt. >> i called my husband in france. the beautiful thing about such moments is that there is so much clarity. jolie acknowledges while it's impossible to remove the risk of getting cancer she remains hopeful about her health and future. >> a lot of women might be thinking about that decision and you can check with your doctor but you can see why it made sense for her with her mom and her children. >> this was her choice and others have different choices. we will look at this in the next half hour with a medical doctor. the legal battle may be far from over at the university of virginia. rolling stone had apologized for
their reporting and now police say there is no evidence to back up the original claims. gabe gutierrez is in chaf lotsville. >> reporter: they spoke with about 70 people during the investigation that lasted several months that has been suspended, but not closed. police can't rule out something terrible happened, but just not what was described. the university accused of gang rape is exploring legal options saying rolling stone sought to turn fiction into fact is shameful. >> can i say that nothing happened? no. we found no evidence to support the allegations. >> those allegations published in the rolling stone magazine. a woman identified as jackie claiming she was sexually assaulted in 2012. >> there is a chance the entire thing is false. >> this is one of the jackie's former friends.
>> jackie's accountable has been in question for a long time. they called in the chief saying he couldn't find evidence either that was no big surprise. >> in april of last year jackie's roommate removed broken glass from her face in a separate assault, but the roommate denies that. jackie said he called her mother but there was no evidence about that call. >> it's never been just about the details of jackie's story. there hundreds of other survivors and we want to make sure we have as few in the future as we can. >> the investigation confirms that the university provided support and care to a student in need. but now some advocates worry it will be tougher for future victims. >> this is a bad day for all rape victims. it will be harder for the victims to be believed when they are raped. >> reporter: the attorney for jackie declined to comment.
as for rolling stone they apologized to readers and will only say they are awaiting the out come to the independent investigation into their reporting from the journalism school. that is expected to be published in the next few weeks. >> thank you very much. that's go to politics and the pieces are falling into place for the 2016 presidential race. more candidates are expected to announce their plans after texas republican ted cruz became the first to toss his hat into the race. >> today i am announcing that i am running for president of the united states. >> and there it was. ted cruz joins us with his wife heidi. good morning to both of you. senator and mrs. cruz are you ready for what's about to happen in your lives and the attention you are getting. you are getting some in the newspapers both good and bad. >> i hope so. we're ready for going forward and doing everything we to turn
the country around. >> you are not someone who speaks the spotlight. you don't do interviews and i am happy you decided to do this interview. are you ready for the personal scrutiny that this will bring and in some ways already has. >> any time you embark upon something bigger than yourself and your own family i don't know that you feel fully prepared but we have a very strong marriage and incredibly strong family guided by our faith and we are ready to see change and honored to have a voice. >> you are known for taking on your own party. at one point you called mainstream republicans squishes and led your party into parts that backfired. you have detractors not only across the aisle, but within your own party. how can you win unless you build
a broader coalation than the one you have? >> we need a broad coalition and bring toll the old reagan coalition of evangelicals and republican women and young people and reagan democrats and bring everyone together. one of the things that is striking people are hurting. they recognize the path we are on is not working and looking for a change. they're looking to get back to the principals that made america strong. >> on the subject of a broad coalition, is there room in ted cruz's party for those socially liberal and pro choice and support gay marriage? >> absolutely. we welcome a broad tent and a broad coalition. what i am trying to do is stand for principal. the two things i have tried to do in my time in the senate have been to tell the truth and
number two, do what i pedestrian i would do. the interesting thing is people can respect that even if they don't agree on everything. >> you know your reputation in your short time in the senate. you are a guy who does not back down. who will not compromise. i think you referred to yourself recently i'm kind of like the disruptive act in politics. will you bring that brand to the white house if you are elected? >> let me disagree with the premises. i never said i won't compromise. from day one, i said my attitude is the same as ronald reagan. he said what do you do if you offer half a loaf? you take it and you come back. >> you also said "i don't know what washington needs is more compromise." >> because what washington does often is compromises going backwards. i'm happy to work with anyone democrat independent,
libertarian and republican, if they are shrinking the size of the federal government and expanding liberty. what washington does is has compromises like the bill that passed in december. a trillion dollar spending bill that paid off corporate welfare and special interest in washington and grew government. that's not a good compromise because it's not fixing the problems. >> quickly, you heard the adjectives used to describe your husband. you can read them in the paper. is the public perception of this man inaccurate? >> red cruz is someone who tells the truth and knows what he believes. it was one of the things that drew me to him. this is a person of conviction. i think the american people want to know what they are getting. >> a couple weeks ago you were at an event and using your rhetoric and said the world is on fire. there was a 3-year-old girl up
front and she took it literally and said the world is on fire. he pivoted quickly. is he that agile with your children at home? >> our 6-year-old who tweeted with him, she is almost 7. she came home from school and said to her father that a lot of the kids at school were talking about the dad and not about her. ted said wow, he said same is true for me. i spend my day talking about you. he is very, very agile and it made her proud. >> you are off and running and we appreciate you stopping by the studio. >> thank you, matt. it is breathtaking and encouraging. the energy and exhilaration there yesterday that we are seeing on the trail takes your breath away. >> good luck to you both. mrs. cruz thank you very much. let's go over to al for a check of the weather. >> thank you so much. we have a risk of strong storms. we haven't had tornados since
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in spite of rain and a slight chance of a thunderstorm. then the wind picks up friday and here comes the chilly air just in time for the weekend. highs in the 40s saturday and sunday. have a great day. >> that's your latest weather. >> authorities are trying to figure out who is behind a threatening phone call to the university of maryland aimed at president obama's niece. crystal walker is following the story from the white house. good morning to you. >> reporter: savannah good morning. authors are taking the call very seriously. in fact security was increased at last night's ncaa tournament game between princeton and maryland. officials say at about 3:00 p.m., a caller stated she had gotten a text from a third person indicating that a male ha she knew had a gun and mentioned president obama's niece. president obama's niece is the daughter of craig robinson who is michelle obama's brother and a player on the princeton team.
officials with the university of maryland said they determined the claims were unsubstantiated. president obama attended saturday's first round game between princeton and the secret service was notified. the director will be testifying on capitol hill about the march 4th incident in which the agents drove through an active investigation outside the white house after a night of drinking. a lot of developments. >> thank you. >> we will have much more on the breaking news. a german wings passenger jet carrying 148 people crashing in the french alps. we will have a live report. >> the 44-year-old disappearance of a college student in the wake of robert durst's arrest. is there a connection there? carson?
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tuesday morning, the 24th day of march, 2015. we start with breaking news out of france where a germanwings passenger liner to dusseldorf germany has crashed. >> the french president said he believings it is likely that none of the 148 people on board has survived. >> bill neely is in london. good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. that will be difficult news for the people of france to swallow. hollande said no survivors
expected. 148 people on board, 142 passengers and the two pilots and four crew are thought to have died. it crashed in a very mountainous area 9,000 feet and very middle road access. rescuers will have a tough time getting to that area. even if there were to be survivors, it would be hard to access them. we are learning a few more details about the flight. it was about a quarter of the way into its flight from barcelona to dusseldorf. the pilot did accepted a distress call. a 7700 sos. it was flying at 38,000 feet. the decent was fairly normal. it was dropping at a rate of 3,000 to 4,000 feet a minute. that would be normal for an approach to an airport. there were airports around nice
and marseille. many ski resorts. the pilot did not have time to get any of those and it crashed in the middle of the french alps. hollande said no survivors. back to you. >> bill neely in london reporting on breaking news that we have been covering for the last half hour or so. >> we will continue to follow it. new twists on the robert durst case. he was denied bail in louisiana and we are learn being what he was doing according to police in the days before his arrest. we will talk to his defense attorney in a moment. first let's go to stephanie goss in new orleans for us. what can you tell us? >> reporter: prosecutors revealed that they had him under surveillance in the days leading up to his arrest. monitoring his cell phone which he had stopped using. they may never have found himd if he had not phoned in for voice mail twice in his hotel in
new orleans. >> even his lawyer admitted he was unlikely to get bail on the two weapons charges, and he didn't. >> i didn't have any hope at all that the judge would set a bail bond. we are not surprised. >> durst jumped bail in texas in 2001 after being accused of murdering his neighbor and later found not guilty of the charge. in the documentary the jinx he said this about bail. >> goodbye $250,000 and goodbye jail. i'm out. >> on monday prosecutors revealed in detail what police found after durst's arrest. a flesh mask with salt and pepper hair not for trick or treating. the money, mr. $42,000 in the room with another $117,000 waiting to be picked up. a mab of the gulf coast
including cuba. not nearly as serious as the charge of murdering a woman. he could be sentenced to 10 to 20 years without parole. investigators are digging up cold cases, police in vermont are looking into the disappearance of 18-year-old college student lynn who went missing in 1971. releasing a statement on monday saying in part, we are aware of the connection between robert durst and lynn. we have been aware of this connection for several years and have been working with various outside agencies as we follow this lead. at the time durst owned a health food store named all good things. it would become the title of a thinly fictionalized movie about his life. >> katie and i moved to vermont and lived a back to the land lifestyle. >> in 1982 his first wife kathy would go missing too.
her body has never been found. he has always insisted he knows nothing about his wife's disappearance. his court date is next thursday. his head was shaven with a scar visible. his lawyers say he is recovering for brain surgery. >> i will stake it steph 18. let's go to his defense attorney. good morning to you, sir. >> good morning. >> you heard our reporter describe him as frail and thin and he had been held in a mental health part of the jail on suicide watch according to police. let's get one thing out of the way. in your view is he competent to stand trial and go through the legal proceedings or will you be making a claim that he is not fit to do so? >> i believe he is competent. he is not in good health. he has very serious health
problems but he is competent. >> what about his mental health and the notion of being on suicide watch? >> he is not suicidal. frankly he is relieved to be able to finally get a chance to get into court on all these rumors that have been swirling around. if we can just get to court in california however we are stuck here in louisiana. it's a nice place to be stuck, but the relatively minor charges compared to the accusation of the murder of susan berman. we top the get to california and try the case. >> i want to talk about the california case in a second but first the bail hearing. you knew your client was not going to be able to post bail. on the other hand he was found with a new cell phone and a fake id and a mask and a gun and a map of the gulf coast including cuba. can you explain that? >> yeah. we have been fighting for
discovery since he was arrested. discovery is when the prosecutors are required to give you the evidence and tell you what the evidence is. until yesterday when we had a hearing, we just didn't have anything. >> now you know. what do you make of it? >> we know what they are claiming. it's evidence. we will have to litigate it and whether it's admissible at all here in louisiana. if it's not admissible in louisiana i don't know that it's going to be in california. we are doing what lawyers do. we get into court and ask for the evidence. >> you mentioned the case in california and suggested that the evidence there is rather thin and based on the documentary, that may be the case. let's take the evidence that we are aware of because of this documentary. first that letter. bob durst acknowledges was sent by the killer. whoever killed susan berman.
the other written by him and the handwriting looks so similar. what is your argument? >> i'm not going to try the case on the "today" show or any other public forum other than in court. i'm not going to discuss that. we will be doing what lawyers do. try the case in court. if we have to try a part of it here in louisiana, well we have to do that. but really we need to get to california where the -- what i think happened is they jumped the gun because of the television show. >> a couple quick things. i know you don't want to get into the evidence. are you concerned about the alleged confession caught on tape? >> i told you i'm not going to discuss the evidence but that's not a confession. >> i know as his lawyer you likely advised him not to
participate this this documentary. nothing good could come of that. do you feel he regrets participating in it? >> i think he was regretting it in that bathroom conversation. he didn't take the good advice he got from lawyers. other than me i didn't talk to him. he didn't take that advice and he was tricked as he was told probably would happen. >> can i follow-up with what you mean by that? how so? >> there is no question. first, it's all in the editing. it was designed for good television but not to get to the truth. >> i know you will have a lot more to say in the court of law. i appreciate your time sir. thank you. >> you're welcome. thank you. >> let's get a check of the weather from al.
>> we have a rough winter with you the silver lining is that we had no severe weather. no tornados for the month of march. the last time was march 1969. we already passed that. march 1951 only six tornados. the fewest ever. 78 tornados is the 20-year average. the record was 1976 with 186. we have severe weather firing up. warm moist air in the south and colder air from the rockies. the convergent zone will be somewhere today between oklahoma missouri and arkansas for damaging winds, hailing and tornados tomorrow. it moves further to the east and in fact we actually have an enhanced risk of severe weather going from wichita falls,
good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. another cold start this morning, but we will see sunshine breaking through this afternoon. 40s today. warmer weather is ahead with a chance of showers. tomorrow a chance of afternoon showers with a high of 50. warmer on thursday 68 degrees despite some rain and a slight chance of a thunderstorm. then the rain picks up friday in time for chilly air this weekend. highs in the 40s on saturday and sunday. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. >> thank you very much. >> coming up on trending this is near and dear to me. can you afford to go out anymore? you will not believe how much it costs to hire a baby-sitter in america. >> more on angelina jolie's decision to undergo preventive surgery to remove her people think californians are just a bunch of dreamers. with our heads in the clouds like a bunch of space cadets huh?
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falopian tubes sheechl had possible signs of early cancer. this comes two years after cutting her risk of breast cancer by having a mastectomy. i should mention that angelina jolie lost her mother to ovarian cancer when she was 49. when you look at the facts and the facts she laid out in the piece, are you surprised by the decision? >> not at all. her intent was always to do this. it was just a matter of time. he was undergoing the recommended screens and surveillance for a woman in her situation with her bracket of positivity. it came to light that now would be a time to have more aggressive look into what was going on. it's important to say that she state that her ca 125 level was normal? >> translates? >> this is a common blood test for ovarian cancer. it's not meant to be a screening test.
this has a low positive predict predictive value. if it's positive, it doesn't mean you have ovarian cancer. it can be raised in a bunch of benign tests. people hang on to that word. what she had were inflammatory markers that were elevated. she did imaging after that. >>or the plus side if having someone like her speak out about these health conditions that could be good if it makes people look into their own situation. not good if you have the bracket gene mutation that is suggested of breast cancer. if you are sitting at home and have these issues and it rings true to you, what do do you? >> each individual woman's case is going to need to be discussed with the physician. roughly 35 to 70% increased risk for developing ovarian cancer.
combination i should state the most important is family history. for angelina that was quite easy for her in a sense. she has a strong family history and mother-grandmother and positivity. again, i think it was her intent to do this and just a matter of time before she was going to develop ovarian cancer. as she writes there was no evidence in the tissue that they did. she probably spared herself from the diagnosis. >> i hope this gets the conversation started where it needs to be. always good to see you. coming up next, the classy way that little league star mo' nay so i got on the plane and thought... yeah! empty seat next to me. and then i saw him, slowly coming down the aisle. one of those guys who just can't stop talking. i was downloading a movie. i was trying to download a movie. i have verizon. i don't. i get that little spinning wheel. download didn't finish. finished the download. headphones on. and i'm safe. i didn't finish in time.
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announced plans to make a movie about mo-nay davis. a conversation on twitter stirred up controversy. bloomsburg university called the movie a joke and included this term about davis. castle bury promptly kicked off the team and tweeted this before closing his account. he writes an example that one stupid tweet can ruin someone's and i couldn't be more sorry about my actions. davis spoke about this situation and here's what mo' nay wanted to say. >> if it was me i would want to take that back and how hard he worked. why not give him a second chance. >> the university is standing by their decision is and not letting him back on to the team. should he be reinstate and 58% of you saying yes, he should be given a second chance.
many of the comments on our post are complimenting her on her class and thanking her for continuing to be a good role model for young athletes everywhere. >> 100% of us said she had a ton of grace. >> got new information on the breaking news binge eating disorder, or b.e.d., isn't just overeating. it's a real medical condition. and while the exact cause is unknown, certain chemicals in the brain may play a role. b.e.d. is also the most common eating disorder in u.s. adults. hi, i'm monica seles. when i binged, i wasn't in control. i never felt satisfied no matter what the quantity was. afterwards i felt so upset with myself. to learn more about b.e.d. go to bingeeatingdisorder.com and talk with your doctor.
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just before 8:00 i'm vai sikahema. let's get a check on the forecast with bill henley. good morning, bill. it's a cold start this morning with the skies showing brilliant sunshine near big bear. it is cold 15 degrees in mount book know pocano. trenton is in the 20s along with pottstown and mount holly. low 30s and just above freezing in delaware. temperatures are slowly climbing this morning with more and more sunshine this afternoon. we're headed for the 40s. and we have an update on a situation in benashem. hi there, christine. >> police are investigating knights road and street road. that intersection is closed so take mechanicsville or hood
woodhaven to get around it. and the pennsylvania turnpike are slow at this hour from 95 southbound to woodhaven at 48 minutes. and a judge will sentence a former pennsylvania lawmaker at the center of a corruption scandal. jp miranda of philadelphia pleaded guilty in january to ethics violations after using state money to pay a ghost worker who never showed up and filed part of that worker's salary to his sister. and a hearing will get underway in a few hours in center city to discuss legalizing medical marijuana. the house judiciary committee will list arguments on the implications of making medical marijuana legal in pennsylvania. and they will talk about the impact legalization will have on health care professionals. if you would like to listen to the testimony at 10:00 a.m., find the live stream on the nbc 10 app. i'm vai sikahema with another update in 25 minutes. you can get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app.
>> it's 8:00 on "today" and why finding the right person to watch your kids is getting more expensive and why parents don't mind paying the extra cash. and sitting pretty. for the first time in 25 year the cast and director of pretty woman in room. on the iconic film and how it almost happened without them. >> the story goes when you first read the script you said no thank you. >> well a few times, yeah. >> plus we go on the set of nbc's follow-up to the bible mini series and talk to the cast of ad today, tuesday, march
24th 2015. good morning from johnson. >> a shout out from chester, virginia. >> from the potato state to the big apple! >> good morning, arkansas. >> hey, mom and dad, we're engaged! good morning and welcome back to "today" this march 24th 2015. it's beautiful and still cold but we are going heat it up with a little pretty woman action. >> we will get it coming up. not only is it cold but windy today. >> it will warm up by thursday. >> busy morning and we have pretty morning the reunion, but first let's go inside. natalie is on assignment.
chanel jones has all the headlines. >> we start with breaking newsa the this hour. french president hollande said no survivors are likely after a passenger jet carrying 148 people crashed in the foothills of the french alps. tom, what can you tell us? are. >> this plane left barcelona this morning at about 9:30 or so on the way to dusseldorf and going down at 10:30 central european time. six crew members and 142 passengers. this is an airbus or work horse for many of the fleets around the world. this plane flown by a germanwings airliner. that particular airbus is from 1991. a 24-year-old plane. what is concerning here is that the plane apparently suddenly and dramatically lost altitude.
the crew got off a distressed transition and going down in southern france between marseille and monaco. the southern region of france in the foothills of the alps. the cause is very much under investigation. they will clearly top the get hold of the black boxes and the voice recorder and the flight data recorder to look for any and all information about what might have happened. the vast majority occur on take off and landing and not at altitude at 38,000 feet. there no birds to get sucked into the engine. what happened at altitude to cause this plane to go down in the foothills in southern france. this is a very, very early stage in the investigation. back to you. >> still so many questions. today angelina jolie revealed she had surgery to remove her
falopian tubes after a cancer scare. she got a double mastectomy. they detected markers and opting for surgery was not an easy decision. >> ted cruz said he would work with people of all political persuasions. he announced his bid for the white house on monday. earlier on "today," the texas senator refuted charges that he had difficulty getting along with people in his party. >> i'm happy to work with anyone. democrat libertarian and republican if they are shrinking around the size of the debt and expanding liberty. >> he describes himself as a courageous conservative. >> a surfer catches more than the perfect wave off the coast of southern california and met a new friend. he picked up this hitch hiker in
the waves north of can diego. he thought he was being attacked about the seal just wanted some company. let's get a check on the weather from al. >> we have a lot of nice folks starting to come in. where are you guys from? too shy to talk? all right. cat got his tongue. let's show you what's going on. st. louis has heavy thunderstorms getting ready to fire up and come into your area. strong storms later today. could be rough. look as we watch the afternoon highs. here's the warm up that will be happening. tuesday is nice and warm to the gulf coast to florida. chilly conditions thursday in minneapolis and boy thursday the warmer weather to the northeast continues and friday the cold air comes back into the great lakes and the northeast and new england as well. the heat continu
good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. another cold start, but we'll see sunshine break through this afternoon. 40s today. warmer weather is ahead but so is the chance of showers. tomorrow a chance of afternoon showers. high of 50 degrees. goes even warmer on thursday. look at that. 68 degrees in spite of rain and a slight chance of a thunderstorm. then the wind picks up on friday and here comes the chilly air just in time for the weekend. highs in the 40s saturday and sunday. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. >> thanks very much. coming up on trending the best video you will see all day. the adorable dog that is just awful at catching food. the prey woman reunion you have been waiting for. julia roberts reveals why she almost lost her brick out star. >> week night wonders to get your dinner on the table in
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bought outfits and found out about the policy too late. the prom is in a few weeks and they are out of pocket. >> you are entitled to put rules on what to wear but preapproved motos. >> they are trying to prevent that moment at the door where they have to turn them around and send them home. >> a lot of girls performed their dresses. maybe next time purchase it on the front end. >> don't you have a good idea of what -- >> isn't that why the parents are sending them to catholic high school? >> what was your prom dress like? >> very demure. it was the 80s and it had big puffy sleeves. >> you paying too much for child care? in four said yes. you may agree after seeing the figures from care.com. the national average rate for a baby-sitter is what?
$13.44 an hour. for parents in san francisco, that might sound like a good deal. they pay the highest rate in the country. $16.65 an hour. grand rabids michigan was $11.31. . >> the ideal baby-sitter? >> leila roker. >> between the ages of 20 or 25 who is cpr and first aid trained. >> i don't pay in cents. i don't know where the national average gets that. i think you overpay as parents. >> and gladly. >> we want more. we want someone to sit on the floor and play with them and not sit on the couch and let them watch tv. >> in my neighborhood there is a lot of responsible juniors and seniors. >> it's interesting. as a former teenage
baby-sitters i am scared of teenage baby-sitters. i know what kind of baby-sitter i was. new subject. >> did you have your boyfriend over? >> yes. new topic. how much do we love wrangler? we love you. all our love is upon heading you with your training. a new study reveals that dogs respond better to commands when they feel loved. i find that true. it's a break true that can lead to better training who rely on human queues. that makes sense. >> if you are loved, you respond better like from the journal? >> kind of yeah. if you are loved, you will listen to commands. >> you care about my well being. >> berating does not work. >> a good training tool. no matter how much you love this dog, he can't perform one simple
task. this is fritz. try as he might he can't catch the various foods. the problem is they keep coming at him in slow motion. so everything from establishesmeat treats to this food. >> it's just a judgment. it's throwing the dog off. >> i was like that in baseball. >> maybe his owner doesn't love him enough. that's what's trending today. >> now to the big pretty woman reunion reunion. it became an instant classic am
a wealthy businessman falling for a prostitute. the then virtually unknown julia roberts. now for the first time since its release we gathered them. take a moment and take it all in. you are looking at the first time this group, the cast and director of pretty woman has been in the same room together in 25 years. julia robbers, richard gere and hector alazongo and some seeing each recollect for the first time since they were on the set. >> thank you for doing this. if i forget to tell you later, i had a really good time. i love what you just said. hector looks the same. >> he looks the same. he has been refrigerated. >> i think richard was about 15. >> i was 12. >> julia was about 10. >> i was 107.
>> does it seem like 25 years? >> it doesn't too me. >> seems like five minutes. >> it feels like a long time ago, but that was two marriages ago for me. a lot of things happened. >> and action! >> and a lot of things happened to get this movie made. the original script for pretty woman was not even a romance or a comedy but a dark cautionary tale about drug abuse called 3,000. >> it was a reference to? >> how much money she got paid. >> you were a drug addict. >> at end of the original script richard threw my character on top of the car and drove away. >> you die at the end. >> everything changed when gary marshall was brought in and the movie was sold to disney. >> who was cast first? >> i was cast in 3,000 before it
went to gary and over a happy weekend of having a job. it was sold to disney and i was out of a job. >> steve was one of the producers and they liked her and said she is good. you should use her, gary. i didn't know her from adam. anybody. she was just 21 years old. hello. >> i came in and he said i don't know what to do with you. some people say you can't dress her up and some people say you can't dress her down. what do you do? >> it's the smile. >> did you lose the part and come back and get it again? >> yeah. >> you lost it for a day or so. >> i felt quite lost for a few weeks. >> he wasn't sure who to get, but we screen tested and we tested with ten people. a lot of people. >> do you remember the audition?
>> yes but when i got the job, we screen tested with all of these different people. >> i remember some of them. the truth is i made a test with charles grodin. >> it could have been charles. >> when you first read the script you said no thank you. >> a few times, yeah. there wasn't a part. there was nothing. the joke was it was a suit. you can put a suit on a goat and it would work. i just didn't -- so yeah, i didn't get it. >> what are he did get was chemistry and when he julia roberts for the first time he knew they had it. >> gary brought me to meet richard. >> i don't think so. >> he did. to new york. this is so important to me and you don't remember. >> this was penitentiaryimportant
to me. i remember you sitting across from my desk in my apartment or office. they were both the same at that point. >> gary brought me there and said richard, julia and he walked out. >> i was mesmerized. i don't remember gary. i just remember the girl. >> when you meet stars, you go to the restroom while they talk. i came out and i saw the two of them looking at each other and said look at that chemistry. they don't know each other. and they are doing great. >> we loved each other immediately. it was a nice thing. to be honest, i didn't know if i was doing the desk. we were flirty flirty and nice nice. he calls up and said how is it going? i'm going yeah yeah. she is across the desk and takes a piece of paper and is writing
something. a post it. you remember more than i did. she turns it around and pushes it to me and it said please say yes. it was so sweet. i said i just said yes. >> he did it. >> it's like right out of the movies. >> that's what chemistry is. >> you are on my fax. >> that's one i haven't been on differ. >> let's talk about scenes. what's your favorite scene? >> driving around in hollywood was pretty hilarious. >> your foot is as big as your arm from your elbow to your wrist. a little bit of trivia. >> i don't know if i knew thou drive the car very well. >> but they got it. >> richard is racking his brain. did you have a favorite scene? >> any scene where julia was
walking. that was fun for all of us. in that outfit. it was all about legs. >> and those crazy boots. then i had my red jacket and little wig when we were on the street. >> we needed the jacket and we didn't have one that we liked so we shot on the street and we saw a kid. i said see if you can buy her a jacket. tickets? she wants money? offer her moan. we got the jacket and we cleaned it and she wore it. >> 25 years later despite the actors's long list of credits, pretty woman is what the fans still want to talk about even in the far reaches of the planet. >> tell the cave story. >> what's the cave story. >> i remember a story.
it wasn't a cave it was a far, far away place. >> they had bones in their ears and i said i am taking a missionary flight in the middle of nowhere. i get in the boat. they have never seen a movie in their entire life, but they know pretty woman. >> it's fun to see. >> that's fantastic. >> they all look great. >> we are just getting started. they will reveal never before told stories from the set and more from hector and laura. >> i think julia probably remembers them better than richard. >> viewers have been voting for their favorite scenes. let's see what you picked. there so many great iconic ones. the es car got.
53% of you, this is the winning scene right here. hi. hello. do you remember me? >> no i'm sorry. >> i was here yesterday and you wouldn't wait on me. you work on commission right? >> yes. >> big mistake. big. huge. i have to go shopping now. >> huge. there you go guys. the revenge scene wins. >> that's matt's favorite scene. love it. still ahead, we get into the kitchen with another week night wonder. dinner from start to finish. less than 35 minutes.
good morning. i'm vai sikahema. let's get a look at our forecast with meteorologist bill henley. cold but dry. >> it is dry. we saw some snow showers early this morning. they have disappear. most areas completely dry overnight and most areas looking at cloudy skies in center city. that's the view from the melon bank building. that's holding our temperatures back. 32 in philadelphia. trentoned and wilmington still on the cold side but will be warming. as the clouds thin out the temperatures slowly climb, about the same speed as we sawier. 36 did the grow as lunchtime and 42 at 3:00 this afternoon. >> meanwhile, police are investigating a deadly accident in bucks county.
sky force 4 over that scene at knight and street road in bensalem around 6:00 this morning. police tell us a 28-year-old woman was walking across the street when she was hit by two cars while cross thank the section. investigators are interviewing both drivers. it's not clear if any charges will be filed. let's get a check now on traffic from christine modell. >> use mechanics road around the bensalem. this is montgomery county the 100 block of wind mere drive. crews are on the scene of this and an initial reports, police tell us that children were on board this school bus. we don't know any details about anyone's condition, but as you can see here it looks like they will be out there for quite some time. vai? >> another update in 25 minutes and always get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 news app. now back to the "today" show. see you in half an hour.
>> we are back on a tuesday morning. it is the 24th day of march, 2015. got a great crowd gathered. idaho and other places out on the plaza this morning. we welcome them here. >> nice to have you along. coming up do you have 35 minutes? do you have beef and broccoli? >> yes. >> we will make this stir fry that is so good you will never
order take out again. >> our studio smells like it and it smells fantastic. >> the response to the question what do you wish you had known before bringing home baby? >> game of thrones meets the bible. the scene of the follow-up to the bible, the mini series. >> we will have our pretty woman reunion. who won for a day-trip to hollywood? logon and meet that young lady. >> she sewed her own outfits. let's get a check of the weather. >> strong storms for today in the mid-section of the country and wet weather. we are looking at snow in the cascades. sunshine here and on the chilly side. for tomorrow look for a risk of strong storms from oklahoma to southern illinois. wet weather in the pacific northwest.
plenty of sunshine. where are you from? >> miami. >> why are you here? you should be in miami. e good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. another cold start this morning, but we will see sunshine breaking through this afternoon. 40s today. warmer weather is ahead, but so is the chance of showers. tomorrow a chance of some afternoon showers. high of 50 degrees. goes even warmer on thursday. look at that. 68 degrees in spite of rain and a slight chance of a thunderstorm. then the wind picks up friday and here comes the chilly air just in time for the weekend. highs in the 40s saturday and sunday. have a great day. >> don't forget any time you need it. go to weather channel on cable or weather.com online. back inside. >> al thank you. two years ago millions tuned into the mini series the bible. >> now starting easter sunday
the createors are back with picking up where that epic story left off. carry simmons visited the set in morocco. how was that? >> it was sunning. isn't it something that the stories we think we know well can surprise us. you will learn things you department know about ten years that changed the world. >> he preached against all authority. >> ad begins at the end of jesus's life and do you means the violent birth of christianity. >> they are about to shoot the season where jesus is on the cross. >> thanks guys. get him up in the air, please. >> it starts with the judgment and crucifixion. >> jerusalem is a dangerous place. >> it's the brain child of the producers whose previous production the bible, was the most watched cable mini series
of 2013. >> what are we going to do? >> change the world. >> besides the events, the producers want to give a sense of what was going on. >> can you imagine what it was like being the disciples, 12 guys against the mights of rome. what's incredible about the story is those 12 guys took down rome. >> so entertaining. it's going to be so educational and it's going to be so inspiring. >> such is the attention to detail the sets are real. >> here in morocco's mountains they have build a new jerusalem. the woman who plays mary magdolin. >> do you feel 34i8 yons of people need to get the story right? >> you can't help but feel that.
>> this is the very room where the last supper is set. >> action! >> on every film set, even the biblical ones lots of rehearsals and a chance to catch up with the actors. >> it's not every day you get to say you have dinner with jesus. >> not really. >> a lot of characters play. >> to step back and say how would this man be? every person and every single thing and being, he would look at with love. even who was supposed to be the enemy, he can look at them with love. how would i be in the shoes of someone like that? >> is there a sense of the importance of this? >> absolutely. they witnessed these incredible things. the mess saysage is so simple. it's one of love. >> and new beginnings. filming the scenes where they
discover that jesus's body is gone. >> this being los like a challenging moment to play. >> it is. it is the big question of what happened. >> in ad mary's character is central to the story. >> what we know in the bible was that she was present at the crucifixion and present at the resurrection. those were huge events. >> the tomb is open and he's gone. >> the start of a thrilling series. a new telling of an old story set in this ancient, rugged beautiful place. >> it was an incredible thing to be in the desert in north africa and walk like that into a replica of jerusalem 2,000 years ago. what an amazing thing that we see them take the christian story from the bible and ad and produce these rich hugely
popular tv series. >> great that you got to do that. again, ad the bible continues premiers easter sunday here on nbc. >> we will hear more from roma and mark as part of our series do you believe. we will be tackling the big questions related to faith and spirituality all next week. >> meanwhile up next from first bath to surviving on no sleep. what parents wish they had known before they brought the baby home. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
we are back at 8:39. we learned or "today" parenting team a forum where people can weigh in with tips to make life easier as a family. we received a big response to our first question. what do you wish you'd known before bringing baby home was the challenge we launched for our team. >> i wish i knew everything was going to be fine and work out. i would spend less time worrying and more time being present and enjoying the moment. >> sometimes you do worry. >> how often do i need to bathe my baby. this little beautiful child who can't walk or crawl or do anything. do i bathe her every day? >> i wish i had my son that no
matter how scared and inexperienced i was, i wasn't going to break the baby. >> trust your instinct and as long as you love your baby everything will work out fine. >> then the things nobody tells you. >> the thing i wish i knew was how hard breast feeding was going to be. i assumed this was something that i could naturally do. >> point the penis down. nobody tells you that. i went through a box of diapers trying to find out why my son leaked through. >> you will never ever again get a full night of sleep. >> it never happens. let it go. bye-bye sleep. >> there lessons you wasn't learn until they are home. >> throw away the to do list. nothing on that list is as important as nurturing that soul. >> what i wish i would have known before i took my son home from the hospital was that he was going to teach me as much as
i was going to teach him. >> well said. we have honest answers. we are tackling a topic called sharing. turning to social media to manage the highs and lows. how much is too much? chanel is here with her fellow today parenting team. we have joanne richards and the creator of the blog. good morning to all of you. nice to see you. i like that we have a dad doing it. >> we need more das involved. >> where do you come down on it? >> you like to share on social media? >> when it comes to sharing, it's how you do it. you share the good and the bad. my 4-year-old was trying to pee like daddy was and she is a girl. >> let's figure out why that was a problem. we have to share the good and the bad. we need to see the bad too.
>> chanel, you talked about an occasion and it was helpful. >> sometimes it turns into bragging in some ways as opposed to sharing, but one day, i have two 2-year-olds and a 5-year-old. i wanted to wean them off of pacifiers. i got hundreds of comments of them giving me different ways. people gave me advice. i took the best of all of it and i figure cold turkey doesn't work for me. there was one saturday afternoon i was by myself and they were both screaming. i got my phone and tweeted i'm cracking. i didn't say anything else. people knew who i was talking about. people said hang in there, read books. i tweeted the books are not working. it became a therapy session for me and didn't feel so alone. this morning we are pacifier-free. it felt good. >> you keep it real and that's
why i love to read your writing. there is a good side of sharing and sometimes it can make other parents feel alienated. i don't look like her. i don't have it all perfectly assembled like those that post on facebook seem to. >> they don't share the hard because they think when parenting gets hard they are doing something wrong. that's thenot the case. it's hard especially for those doing it right. i had a decade where i couldn't get my kids to sleep. she might as well ask me to climb mount everest. i i didn't have time. i said i am in the middle of bedtime and i am playing a game of whack a mole. they keep coming out of their rooms. so many people said me too. the advice is not what helped. it's the me too. it's the reassurance of i'm not
e. me a morororororororororororororeee >> what isi kf. >> i think as social media influencers and parents, the owness is on us to know where the line is. sometimes i don't need to see the floating doo doo. you say if there is not a picture, it's not real. i will take your word for it. >> as kids get older, you don't top the share their business. that's not for them to decide. >> the visual footprint is real. pictures of me on the toilet when i was 4 or 5 years old. my kid is going for a job interview at age 22 or 24, do i want this picture out there. their medical information too. some health things can stay off line. >> good conversation can continue online. we top the hear from you at home
>>. >> 8:48 and we are back with week night wonders. it doesn't have to be a struggle. you can do it in 35 minutes or less. are you ready? good morning and nice to have you here. >> good to be here. how about 10 minutes. this takes no time at all. >> a lot of times you can prepare this ahead of time and not worry about it because it's so fast to make. >> you have choices. the last thing i top the do after a long day is to slave away in the kitchen.
i want to ask you how well you know the meats. >> flank steak or porter house. that's sirloin. >> rib eye. >> and london broil. >> got two out of three wrong. we are making beef and broccoli. >> this is my go to week night wonder recipe. you start with the meat and cut it against the grain the reason is there is this muscle fiber built in the meat. this is going to help it be easier to chew and make them nice and thin. i am using a large knife and if you want you can use kitchen shears and go crazy. it makes it easy. >> savannah does it with pinking shears. >> little designs. we cut it nice and thin. we going to marinade it? >> we are. three ingredients.
sugar, oyster sauce and you have to try this oyster sauce. it's complex and so good. a little salty. if you love this buy oyster sauce. if you love chinese cuisine, you will use it all the time. there is a great recipe. this seductively simple box choi. >> how far in advance would do you this? >> any time you use a marinade let it marinade overnight and it makes it more tender and wonderful. four to six minutes. you can buy broccoli cut in bags. super simple. a lot of times they come with the stalk and some people toss it behind. you are wasting all this food. a great tip is to use a peeler. it makes it nice and thin. >> those go in? >> this is the only way to get
my nephews to eat broccoli. this adds a subtle nutty flavor to the broccoli and throw it in. >> broccoli first? >> one to two minutes. that's it. after one to two minutes -- >> how is it down there? >> that was great. >> you add a little bit of water. this is the best trick. it continues to cook and steam the broccoli and locks in that beautiful bright green flavor. the only seasoning you need is a little bit of salt. >> after a while, you can see this. >> see if you can flip it? >> i'll eat that one. >> when do we put the beef? in? >> the broccoli is beautiful and bright and we are going to top it. i'm using brown rise because it's healthier, but use whatever you want. we will add a little bit more.
>> in the same wok? >> a little peanut oil. i like to place it down because you get a nice seer. it's going to seer the meat. do you hear that sizzle? it's like music to my ears. >> that's going to cook for how long? >> you want to seer the outside and get it rare in the middle. >> i see carson is enjoying and so is al. let's look at what it looks like on the beauty shot. this is beautiful. >> they are enjoying it. >> it's terrific. i'm eating and enjoying the broccoli. >> literally one to two minutes. that's it. >> sesame on top. >> you can replace the proteins. seafood would be quicker. >> what about chicken? >> that would be good too. >> al is doing the segment
autumn in new york. here is kathleen who is fresh as a daisy. 101 years old from port royal, south carolina. she loves skittles. why not? >> here is margaret. margaret hohn is from st. paul minnesota. she is 100 years old today. she loves making clothes for her grabbed grandchildren. we love barry from jamesburg, the great state of new jersey. happy 100th birthday. he loves to play a weekly poker game with his buddies. now we have dominic who is 100 years old today from cleveland, ohio. we wish him a birthday. longevity because his wife is a good cook. we will be back.
don't go away, new york. >> thank you. >> what's coming up? >> we have more on angelina jolie's health decision and a thrill right on the largest gigacoaster. we have more on the interview. >> it's bigger than a mega coaster. it's a gigacoaster. >> l at 8:56 we continue to follow this breaking news in montgomery county. look at this picture. sky force 10 is live over the scene in whitpain township a school bus embed on a home on wind mere drive and morris road. this happened just about an hour ago. we're told there were kids on the bus at the time of the crash, but there are no reported injuries. that's the good news here. it's unclear if anyone was
inside the home at the time. emergency workers are still on scene there assessing the damage trying to figure out how to get the bus out of the home. we have a crew on the way, and we'll bring you the latest information as we came in and we learned that the driver of the school bus was taken to the hospital to be treated for injuries. no word on the severity of those injuries at this time. all right. let's look outside and get the latest on your forecast with meteorologist bill henley. another cold start, bill. >> the clouds are really not helping. the sunshine is limited so far. we will see more sunshine later today and look at that total cloud cover at cape may. a live view from the marquee delafayette hotel. still looking at 20 for pottstown and allentown. a cold cloudy start but it is dry. gradual clearing skies this afternoon and temperatures warm. into the lower 40s. >> before sky force 10 went to the school bus accident it was over the scene of a house fire in montgomery county early this morning. the house started at a home on
cherry lane. you can see there very severe damage to the home. no one was injured though. police are also investigating a deadly accident in bucks county. this happened at ninth and street roads in bensalem around 6:00 this morning. police say a 28-year-old woman was walking across the street when she was hit by two cars driving through the intersection with a green light. investigators are interviewing both drivers. it's not clear yet if charges will be filed. i'm chris cato. we'll be back in 25 minutes with another update.
. angelina jolie's bold move to protect her health. a thrill right on ride on the world's largest gigacoaster. all that and more coming up right now. >> announcer: 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. >> good morning and welcome to a tuesday morning, march 24th 2015. al and tamron hall and jenna bush haeger. natalie and willie are off. we want to send our thoughts and
prayers to those impacted by the plane crash the germanwings airline a budget airline operated by lufthansa. an a 320 crashed on the way from barcelona to dusseldorf, germany. we are watching this and we will have the latest developments on msnbc and we will update you here on nbc as the details become available. sad story. >> it is. another story we are talking about is angelina jolie is revealing a decision in an op ed to say she had surgery to remove her ovaries and falobepian tubes. she had inflammatory markers that were elevated and could be a sign of early cancer. she lost her mother to cancer and two years ago because she is
at a high risk, she had a preventive mastectomy after she found out she carried a mutation in a gene. part of the op ed she said it's not possible on to remove all risk. i remain prone to cancer. i will look for natural ways to strengthen my immune system. i know my children will never have to say mom died of ovarian cancer. she went on to say quickly, regardless of the hormone replacements, i'm now in menopause and i will not have any more children and i expect physical changes but i feel at ease with whatever will come not because i am strong, but it's part of and nothing to be feared. her mother died at age 56 and her aunt died of breast cancer. >> it's powerful that she talks about women's health something that has been stigmatized in the
past and uses her voice to talk about what she has gone through. it makes other women not feel so alone. >> we will talk about this more from a doctor to talk about the choices. it has to be a frightening thought. you are so prone to something that you have to do this. it's a choice that a lot of women have to make that decision every day. >> this is an education in addition learning more about being resilient. you have children and you want to be there and see your grandchildren and all of these things that you hope will happen in one's life but it's also the medical options available to other women who face the same decision. >> talking about women, a classic movie, pretty woman which i love. there pretty women in it. thank you, thank you. it's the 25th anniversary. >> that doesn't seem possible.
>> and i'm not. they reunited the cast of richard gere and julia roberts. >> we loved each other immediately. it was a nice thing. to be honest, i didn't know if i was to go the movie yet. she is across the desk and bee are flirty, flirty, nice, nice. he calls and it's like how's it going? i'm going yeah, yeah. and she is across the desk and takes a piece of paper. >> a post it. >> you remember more than i do. she turns it around and pushes it to me and it said please say yes. >> i remember that. >> it was so sweet and i said i just said yes. >> i'm going to say who wouldn't say yes to julia roberts. please say yes, of course. it's one of the movies we remember where we were. >> i was living in philadelphia and i went on a date to see
pretty woman and i thought she was the most beautiful person. i had not seen mystic pizza. you see this person on the screen and you say are you kidding me? the chemistry. >> that was an amazing cast. we will have more on this tomorrow but besides those two jason alexander, amazing folks. >> it's a racy story. it's a racy story line and suddenly we are all like i want to be here. >> it's interesting because they released it from touch stone pictures and not exactly a feminist tale. >> i have to say i was in elementary or middle school. i am young. >> you got in to see it? >> not in the theater, but i saw it at a party or somewhere. it's funny when you watched a movie that you didn't know i
had no idea what her living was. >> i still didn't know. >> i was like wait, what? it had that romance and i'm sure my parents were thrilled. >> hey let's watch pretty woman, kids. >> the facts of life at an early age. >> and after that, we will wute will put in psycho. >> milla kunis was a guest on the late, late show. if you saw into the woods he was a great actor. he got her to talk about her new baby and james asked mila about whether she and ashton tied the knot. >> what's he like as a dad? >> an amazing father. >> her husband? >> yes my husband.
>> did you get married? >> maybe. >> maybe got married. you got married or not. >> maybe. >> that's a guess. >> did you get married? >> what do you mean? >> let me look at your hand. they got married, everybody. >> mr. and mrs. kutcher. >> i love it. >> she terrific. his first night and he's got tom hanks and mila there together. their daughter wyatt was born in october. >> you should never been afraid to ask. >> it's the british accent. >> and that's humor. when you are funny like that, you get away with a lot. >> he's the that started it. >> he instigated it. >> i have got a gift for you. you have your bike and will get
this for jenna. this is amazing for your baby. it's called a stroller trailer. here it is. you bring your child along for a run or a jog. i believe it is in a testing phase. >> it leaves you hands free and arms free. you strap the baby in. i can see a small baby, but according to the details -- >> a 6-year-old might be tough. >> four to five years old. >> my child weighs 30 pounds. i'm not putting a 30-pound weight in that thing. >> they have a fund-raise they're plans to start early this summer within three months. >> look at that little boy. >> that's an adult. >> the amazing thing the
4-year-old to be squished in that, it looks like the egg that lady gaga was in. for a small baby. >> i like to see my baby in front of me. we live in new york city. you see them. >> it's hard to hear from behind. the physics of it. >> there have been times in new york city where the light will change and a car will come. >> the child rides on a bake with you. >> they are behind you. i'm scared of that. >> this won't be coming in. >> thanks for nothing. >> like a 45 pound weight, the momentum, you try to stop. >> she lands into me. it's good for women who look like that who are in great shape. you know what would be good for that. >> put wrangler in that and take him for a run.
>> he's getting big too though. >> the interesting thing is, we had a horrible winder but the silver lining is we haven't had much in the way of weather. we had no tornados and the previous record was march 1969 when the first tornado occurred march 23rd. we have beaten that and we will see. the average for the 20 years in march, 78 last year. we only had 20. the record was 1976 when we had 186. severe weather firing up in the midwest. we'll be watching as the morning wears on. colder air from the north and so we look for a risk of strong storms today stretching from oklahoma and arkansas into missouri. into tomorrow, more of the same with an enhanced to slight risk in texas, good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. another cold start this morning,
but we will see sunshine breaking through this afternoon. 40s today. warmer weather is ahead, but so is the chance of showers. tomorrow a chance. some afternoon showers. a high of 50 degrees. goes even warmer on thursday. look at that. 68 degrees in spite of rain and a slight chance of a thunderstorm. then the wind picks up friday, and here comes the chilly air just in time for weekend. highs in the 40s saturday and sunday. have a great day. >> angelina jolie's bold medical i hate cleaning the gutters. have you touched the stuff? it's evil. and ladders... awwwwwww!!!!! they have all those warnings on them. might as well say, "you're going to die, jeff". you hired someone to clean the gutters? not just someone. someone from angie's list. but we're not members. we don't have to be to use their new snapfix feature. angie's list helped me find a highly rated service provider to do the work at a fair price.
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we will call her dr. debbie. she said it was okay. an assistant professor at the school of medicine. good to see you both. let's start off with the news breaking with angelina jolie. she wrote the op ed piece with preventive surgery. what is this procedure? how dangerous is it or not? why did she do it? >> it's not so much that the surgery is dangerous per se, but unlike the removal of the breasts, that's very visible. this is invisible. it's inside, but much more impactful on health. when you have the ovaries removed, you are menopausal. you are post menopausal after the surgery. she had genetic markers for breast and ovaries and a strong
family history. this is a big move on her part, but her thinking was i'm at risk for ovarian cancer unless i do this. she had tests with increased inflammation. that suggested that risk was increasing. >> would there be other options? >> there. there forms of hormonal treatment and frequent medical follow-up. if ovarian cancer develops we don't have effective treatments and no other option is as decisive as this one. >> genetic testing is a preventable method. how can we know if it really works? is it good? >> they can tell you about the risk of developing cancer. it can't tell you for sure. she has a mutation. that doesn't mean she would definitely get it, but it increases the risk. one of the important things is after she had her double mastectomy, she wrote her piece
and the number of women who got evaluated doubled. it doesn't mean they have to have surgery, but to talk about the options and risks. when you think about how many lives that saves. hopefully this will do the same. >> talking about it is good. >> we need to know the reliability of the test and it's good and there has to be something you can do with the information. in this case there was. >> let's go to antibiotics. doctors are prescribing them and don't know what they are looking for. there is a blood test to help with this. >> the data is there and most of us if we have symptoms, we want to get something. the problem with that is if people get antibiotics they don't work against viruses. you are healing but the problem is that if you take antibiotics unnecessarily and the bacteria can develop resistance. they fight the antibiotics in
the future. they stop working in the future. >> when will we see this test? >> what they have done is used a bunch of tests that are available and combined them to say if you have this pattern, it's bacterial and you don't need antibiotics. we were talking about the fact that this decision is made by doctors and patients tens of thousands of times every day. i'm coughing and do i need antibiotics. unless this is easy and inexpensive will it be ready for prime time. i don't know what the cost will be. there is a strategy and if you think you might need an antibiotic, don't fill it unless. that's a close upon approximatation to what this test will give us. >> this is it. allergy season. every year for the last five years, this is the worst allergy season ever.
your head is going to explode. there will be mucous everywhere. >> you know who i blame? you. we had a terrible winder and we get the allergies. >> how bad is this season? >> it's hard to know for sure, but with the amount of snow it's i wet winter it will be worse. >> yes! >> it's al's fault. >> do we do anything to prepare? >> if you are prone to allergies you might start anti-histamines and decongest ants earlier. it used to be by injection but it's under the tongue. it will be bad. >> you can look at your home. you can take out the heating and the ac. when you change there is a lot of dust and mold that accumulates. when you switch, you blow that out. it's penitentiary to clean those things. >> now i will go take some medicine.
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center city boathouse road 32 degrees and bright sunshine from the poconos. it's now up to 18 degrees which is up four degrees in the last hour a one-degree climb so far in philadelphia. 30s in delaware and south jersey. a little bit above freezing. we're headed for the 40s this afternoon, an even though we've got clouds now the skies will gradually clear. >> we just got word from bensalem police that the intersection where a pedestrian was killed early this morning is now back open. police say a 28-year-old woman was hit by two vehicles that were heading west on street road. investigators say the woman was crossing on a red light. one driver stopped and the second was questioned at her home. she told officers she didn't know she had hit someone. the district attorney's office will decide if charges will be filed. i'm chris cato. we'll have another update for you in about 25 minutes. remember, you can get the latest news and weather through the nbc 10 news app.
now back to the "today" show. have a great tuesday. nicole: we all have different needs for our children and basing all of the childrens' needs on one test is not the right road to go down. and something's got to change. okaikor: and the ones who are taking the brunt of it are our children. all the other things that make you a great human being is not important anymore. what's more important is: can you answer a-b-c-d? gina: what am i going to learn for my child from this test that my teacher can't tell me right now?
al along with tamron hall and jenna bush haeger. willy and 2459ly are off today. i'm excited. someplace that we can send our pal jenna bush haeger. >> to test out a theory. >> we have got a first look at a new roller coaster that will be opening up tomorrow. our pal lilliana vasquez in charlotte north carolina. the first drop is 325 feet. a little bit under a mind degree angle. it's like 81 degrees. up to 95 miles per hour. >> per hour?
>> hour. look at this. >> you know what i will say about this? >> all i have to say is better hir than me. >> you know why we want to do this? because of this. >> mommy! mommy! >> you just can't get enough of that. >> i'm sweating and my palms and i'm having very bad flash backs. we can't see this clip. >> you are absolutely right. >> i have never looked more beautiful. look at that. cross eyed. >> it's like a bad lucy outtake. >> the thing about it, natalie morales has ice water in her
veins. she was not scared at all. >> didn't she kill a guy before you went there? just to watch it. >> i said hold my hand. she said no. >> i love when you yell mommy you are looking at her. that's how confused you are. today's take. okay? >> cent me to a spa. >> it has to be something that will test. >> you are coming with me. >> absolutely not. i was in the hospital after the halloween thing. >> that are didn't turn out well. let's show you what we have got as far as your weather today. we are looking at strong storms in oklahoma, arkansas into central missouri. a mess on the pacific northwest and sunshine in the northeast but below normal. temperatures warm up and rain starts moving in late tomorrow evening will a risk of storms in the wider area from texas to southern illinois.
snow showers and look for good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. another cold start this morning, but we will see sunshine breaking through this afternoon. 40s today. warmer weather is ahead, but so is the chance of showers. tomorrow a chance of some afternoon showers. a high of 50 degrees. goes even warmer on thursday. look at that. 68 degrees in spite of rain and a slight chance of a thunderstorm. then the wind picks up friday and here comes the chilly air just in time for weekend. highs in the 40s saturday and sunday. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. tim gunn has been guiding young designers on project runway. beyond television, tim had more than two decades of experience as a teacher and sharing the lessons he learned along the way. the natty professor.
the master cloosz mentoring motivating and making it work. >> i am so thrilled to be here. >> you were sweating and blocking the video. >> jenna's roller coaster ride no. i need a hospital gurney right now. >> when i heard about this book, i thought he wrote about fashion. you didn't. >> i didn't. >> fashion comes with me wherever i go, but 29 years and my ten years as a mentor on 13 seasons in ten years on the runway. there is a lot to talk about. >> people don't realize you are an academic. you didn't come to this lately. >> no. >> how difficult was it making that transition from the world of academia to television. >> when i became involved, i was a consultant. i wasn't tended to be on air. my role was in the vocabulary and the producers looked at me
and said we need someone to go into the work room to ask the designers questions. i never dreamed that the foodage would show me. as long as they have the designers responding no one needs to hear my voice and see me. i never expected to be on air and who knew we would have another season. for me, i was interacting the way i did with my students. >> it's wonderful what you do for the people on the show and behind the scenes. what does it do for you to be a mentor and a teacher? >> tamron, i have to tell you. just bearing witness to these young people they don't have to be young. bearing witness to an individual having an epiphany about who they can be and what they can achieve is the greatest honor in the world. >> one of the things i have noticed in watching this show is that the things you talk about, the beauty is they are not just
applicable to fashion designers but to life. >> thank you. i believe the same thing and i'm proud of that. they are life lessons. >> we learned life lessons from you in the "new york times" this weekend. it was fun. one of the things i learned is i don't have to go to the gym. >> it has been very polarizing. people have been saying it's unsafe. you shouldn't be doing these things in bed. i don't think there is anywhere safer. >> sit ups in bed. >> yes. i was particularly conscious of it because it's the morning after. i thought it couldn't be better. i am fully awake. >> that worked out. >> trench coat. a timeless item and i am always saying it's one of the few things you can wear to the opera
or the grocery store. >> tleerz the three must haves for the spring. >> if you have the lining it could be year around. >> we will talk about my trend a little bit later but is there a fabric cotton? >> there so many differentity rags, i love patent leather in a trench. >> i can see you in that. >> i do too. >> it's easy to clean. >> water repellant. >> what about the day dress? >> i refer to it as a sweat suit alternative. >> how do you define it? >> something you could conceivably dress up for nice, but it's serviceable during the day. i call it the sweat suit alternative, you step into it or throw it over your head. >> i wish they made those for guys. the book is the natty professor. >> i can't wait to read it.
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half suede and wore the suede shoes. is that a no-no? >> suede on suede i love that dress. it's insane. i love real suede. >> let's do accessories. >> if you are not should you you love the trend accessories are a great way to try it without spending a ton of money. add a bag or shoes and tassels. you add them on to the side of your bag and give a fun accessory. >> these shoes are my favorites. they are so tremendous. you can wear them on the dress or it's all about the 70s. >> absolutely. they are under $100. >> those are great. >> suede of all colors and shorts and different styles. >> again as we mentioned suede can get expensive. the maintenance is so much easier. >> absolutely. >> you don't have a pair of
light shoes that i love. i wore dark denim jeans and i had this dress on here. make up on it. what do do you? >> if it's expensive piece, don't chance it. if it's a darker fabric, you can try at-home tips. try to rub it out and they work. if it's not coming out, you can use vinegar and water. you can take it and dab it. especially from the winter. it cleans it right up. >> this is serena and she looks great in this baby blue jacket. definitely on the expensive side, but it's a great piece and transition piece too. >> $149 and you can wear it with anything. you will get your wear out of it. >> i agree. the shoes also.
right now. tow truck operators are trying to figure out how to move this school bus that crashed into a house. this is at wind mere drive and morris road in whitpain township that happened around 8:00. we spoke to a neighbor who said the family was inside the house and had just walked out of front room into the kitchen right before the bus came crashing through. this is a live picture from our crew on ground. you can see the bus still embedded in the home. the neighbor who told us that he happened to be outside at the time and described exactly what
he saw. >> i heard the sound when somebody goes over the speed bump too quick and saw the bus accelerating and heading towards the house and thinking this guy is not stopping. i saw him hit the sign post and watched him drive right through the front of my neighbor's house. >> wow. there were 12 children on that bus from st. helena school in blue bell. the students were not hurt. the driver is in the hospital but we don't know his condition at this time. now a check of the forecast with meteorologist bell henley in. >> we're starting off cold and will warm into the chilly zone this afternoon. right now clouds are preventing a big warmup. 32 degrees and holding right now in philadelphia. warmer in the pocono mountains. in fact the big warmup up six degrees thanks to the temperatures getting some sunshine. there's no wind in the pocono mountains but a little bit of a
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s an nbc news special report. here's matt lauer and savannah guthrie. >> morning, everyone.m. here on the 7:00 a.m. in the wes we start with tragic news out of a germanwings passenger jet has crashed in a remote area of the french alp n the plane was traveling from barcelona barcelona, spaseldorf, germany. we're getting reports all 150 people on board are feared dead,and the airline is exp ld a news conference coming up at any moment. let's go to bill neely live with the latest from london. bill, what are the facts? >> reporter: good morning, matt and savannah. there seem
finding any survivors that plane. act ing difficult enough to find the plane itself in some of europe's most mountainous terrain. most of those on board were either spanish, germany, gn, or turkish. for the cause of the the moment, that's a complete mystery. it's a tgedy and a search on the most rugged terrain. this is the remote area of the french alps where the ane with 150 people on board went down less than an hour into a f to germany. the crash site is said to be a 2 1/2-hour hike from the neare village. this is the germanwings plane, 24 years old, an airbus 320 flying at an altitude of 38,00 feet when it began what ap to be a co edled s altitude dropped local time the pial.
the french president says no survivors are expected to be he met the spanish king today. 45 of believed to be spanish. most of the rest, german or ushe plane was due to land, es were tolnews. at least 400 search and rescue workers are on their way to the area. no bad weather conditions were rted during the flight. it is hoped the plane's two fligecorders can be found and analyzed, but for now, the cause of this crash is a mystery mystery. if t, despite that rugged e flight recorders can b and french air accident investigators are among the best he so in timehis crash may scovered, but that of comfort to the relatives of e 150 people on board who are suffering so deeply right now.tt, savannah?
s very much. hat's going to be so difficult for this investigation. 00 feet in the french alps. >> incredibly rugged terrain. let's turn to nbc's tom costello. he covers aviation for us. king your sources. based on what we k these facts, in particular the distress signal that came about an hour into the flight? >> perplexing here. 90% of accidents occur on takeoff or landing.thing happened at altitude is really a concern. 38,000 feet, then descends dow to somewhere around 5,000 to 6,000 feet. track, this transponder code goes out. a digital radio transmission that's declaring gency. it's not a voice transmission. it's a coded transmission. it's not a hijack code, by the wa 's a mechanical emergency of some sort.lane, it appears,
slams into a mountain. why d this plane descend in a on from 3800 feet all the way down to 3,000 tos it on auto pilot? was the crew incapacitated? was there a pressure problem or a fire or smoke in the plane? these are all of the issues that investigators are looking at right now. clearly, the priority is going to be getting those black boxes, the cockpit voice and data recorders recorders. the airbus a-320, by the way, is a workhorse of a plane. it is flown around the world, here in the united states by u.s. airways, american airlines, united. very commonly flown in europe, asia, latin america, and asia. more than 6,000 a-320s have been built since they were first rolling off the line. they're really all over the world. it's a very highly sophisticated, automated airplane with multiple back-up systems. for something to go wrong and create a situation in which the
plane did this orderly descent then slams into a mountain, something obviously went terribly wrong, but the crew didn't have time to radio exactly what it was. >> tom costello, thank you so much. as we mentioned, there's a news conference going on right now. already one heartbreaking fact to come out of it. there were two babies among the 150 people dead this morning. >> 144 passengers, 6 members of crew. >> we're going to have more on nbcnews.com. we're going to pause for a moment, give some of our it is polarizing and it is peaceful. >> interesting, polarizing. >> yeah. because it separates you -- >> that's interesting. ovarian cancer is -- well, you know it's deadly. it kills about 14000 women every year. >> and we have dr. natalie a zar coming on in a little bit. she'll be able to answer those questions. >> there was no test you could take in the past. so women would just, my mom died
from it, my grandmother died from it not even knowing what the odds are that people would make that choice. and that's their choice to make. >> when you go into the doctor for something like that, they ask you about family history yet they tell you that it's not one of the factors that determines whether or not you're going to get cancer. very confusing. and maybe natalie can clear up some of that. >> angelina is a beautiful woman. now talking about pretty woman. hard to believe it's been 25 years since that movie debuted. it almost didn't get made. i didn't realize that. >> matt had an awesome interview. it was richard gere and there was a 21-year-old named julia roberts who apparently this movie was going to be -- >> about a drug -- >> like a dark, serious movie. it turned out to be obviously more of a rom-com. >> gary introduced julia roberts to richard gere to see if there was going to be any chemistry.
>> took her to his house and sat him -- they sat opposite each other at richard's desk. >> let's look. >> we met -- >> gary brought me to meet richard -- >> i don't think so. >> he did. to new york. i can't believe. this is so important to me and you not remember it. >> the part i do remember -- >> this was important to me. i remember you sitting across from my desk. >> gary brought me there and he said, richard, julia julia, richard. and he walked out. >> and left you two alone? >> i was so mesmerized i don't remember gary. i just remember the gifl girl. and yeah, we loved each other immediately. it was a nice thing. but to be honest, i didn't know if i was doing this movie yet. she's across from my desk we're getting to know each other, it's all flirty. and he calls up and it's like how's it going? and i'm going, yeah yeah. and she's across the desk and she takes a piece of paper and
she's writing something on it -- post-it. and she turns it around and pushes it to me and says, please say yes. >> i remember that. >> and it was so sweet. and i said i just said yes. >> i love hearing stories like that. the backstory is so interesting. >> i love that. >> i see chemistry. i think they still do. >> i do too. a lot has happened. he said that was two marriages ago. a lot's happened in our lives. >> we'll have more of the reunion tomorrow. >> we have a couple of shoutouts. it's national women's month. i didn't know that. >> because every month is something. if you have some advice that you wish you could give your younger self, what would this advice me? please send us a video explaining what advice you would give your younger self. go to klgandhoda.com, hit the connect button and submit it. >> and we also want to give it
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we're starting the show off with sunshine. if you're planning a birthday party or throwing an easter dinner at your house, you don't have to spend a ton of money by ordering a fancy cake. >> you can make one of these delicious desserts all by yourself. all you need is a little creativity and the help of karen tack. >> she's out with her new book called "cake my day." >> we normally love cupcakes. but we decided to go a little bit larger. everybody's got cake pans in their kitchen. so we of course have to think outside of the box. so you've got a regular old pound cake which we doctored up with some pineapple in it.
by simply cutting it standing it on end, you use your imagination and it becomes something different. >> what are we going to make? >> we're going to make a pineapple here. i'll get you started here kathie lee. this is the outside of our pineapple. you'll just squeeze and go. don't worry about the back. >> what am i doing? pringles? >> potato chips, yep. dip it in the green candy melt. you've got a big one there. let them refrigerate. and we're going to glue those onto an ice cream cone here. build it up to the top here. you have to go faster here. we're pipe this on just like that. >> i can't see now. >> go all the way around.
and then kathie lee, if you could pick up the top here. keep adding the potato chips. >> pick it up this way? hoda, do it. >> you're going to hurt it. >> and then put it right on top. >> look what we made. how cute is that. >> and here's another pineapple. >> over here -- you have your loaf pan, everybody has bowls. you get an oven-proof bowl. we bake the batter in the bowl and then we hallowollowed it out and put some candies in it and we decorate it with marshmallow bunnies. if you want to add a couple of of the bunnies on top -- >> look at the inside. >> you get a surprise inside. >> look at that. that's your glue. >> your frosting is your glue.
>> man down, man down. >> that's great for easter. you have your regular cake pans, you don't need special cake pans. we've made bubbles the goldfish here. >> oh, my gosh. >> that's adorable. >> cutting a slice off of your layer cake putting it cup side down, using the trim piece as the tail. decorating it with marsh mallmallowsrshmallows. these are jumbo marshmallows. that same round cake pan, you're batter is different colors. you have your rainbow shape. you have this beautiful color on the inside. our pinata, you take your loaf pan and your measuring cup. bake the batter in that and assemble it.
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fallopian tubes because of her risk for cancer. what she did in the two years is basically followed appropriate surveillance. that means doing pelvic ultrasounds once or twice a year. getting a blood test. she had very close follow-up with her doctors who made the recommendation to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed. >> some people have a family history of this type of cancer. should they look into that possibility? >> there are a few different syndromes that carry a risk of ovarian cancer. the one that we're specifically talking about is the breast and ovarian hereditary cancer syndromes. if you have a positive history of breast cancer in your family you should certainly be tested. but the number is quite low. it's less than 1% in the general
population. >> one of the side effects is it onsets menopause. >> exactly. >> why are women so terrified of menopause -- >> it's a natural part of getting older, menopause is. but menopause is associated with two significant risks and that is cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis. >> you can do things about that. >> absolutely. most women are candidates for hormone replacement therapy as she is doing. >> we started off by talking about how women gain weight as you get older. who should be checked out whose thyroid should be checked? >> anyone who's pregnant or planning on becoming pregnant should get tested. because that can cause pregnancy complications.
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at the time of this crash. they just walked out of the front room and into the kitchen right before that bus came crashing through the front door. one neighbor describes the condition of the driver after he had gotten off the bus. a live look at that bus in front of the house now. >> driver was absolutely lethargic. had no recollection what so ever. said he completely blockacked out. said he blocked out, didn't remember anything. but first concern the driver had, he asked are all the children okay? >> and there were 12 kids on the bus from st. helena school in blue bell. they were not hurt. the driver is in the hospital but we don't know his condition right now. this accident happened at bensalem bucks county. a 28-year-old woman was walking on nields road when she was hit by two vehicles heading west on street road. investigators say she was crossing on a red light. her identity has in the been released. one driver stopped. the second driver was questioned at her home. she told officers she didn't
know she hit someone. it will be up to the district attorney's office to determine if charges will be filed. to the weather and get a look at the first alert forecast with meteorologist bill henley. >> we're waiting for the warmup. temperatures moved up a little bit with cloudy skies, going to be very slow to warm. 34 degrees now in dover. pottstown, still in the 20s with cloudy skies. it is 31 degrees in trenton. fortunately, not a lot of wind today, just a 6-mile-an-hour breeze. i'm vai sikahema. another hour of news coming up in about 30 minutes.
we're back with more of "today" on this "boozeday tuesday" and this fun foursome known as the holderness family. we've shown you some of their videos. many of you watched them dance in their christmas jammies on youtube. >> they are embarking on their craziest adventure yet. a reality show. >> what? >> yes. take a look. >> i'm going to wake up one morning and run out of ideas. >> what about you? >> my biggest fear is he wakes up one morning and that he has no more idea. >> and hilarity enshoes. >> come on! >> you guys are from north carolina. you were a reporter. you were a sportscaster. you were living a happy life you and your family.
>> all those unnecessary things -- >> was it scary to just say, let's dive into the deep end? >> so terrifying. >> we're terrified every morning -- it was big cliff jumping. >> what gave you the courage to do it, to know you could make a living this way? >> you know those situations where there's no other choice but to do this one thing? i'm a very risk-averse person. but i started this business and i said, we could really grow it. but we need somebody that can do video and that's a good writer but i can't promise i'll pay you. >> zero salary. >> it's an opportunity where you might not make any money. so we took the leap. >> and it was fun. we realized quickly on we were having a lot of fun doing it. >> did your job say you have to make a choice now? >> yes! >> don't you hate that? >> how about the kids? were you guys into it from the beginning? the first one in your jammies? >> yeah. >> what did your friends at school say when they saw you
dancing in your pajamas? >> were they happy for you when it became a viral sensation? >> i think. >> they were? >> real friends will always be happy for you. >> yes. >> what did you think, buddy? >> i don't know. >> what are the neighbors saying about this family? >> when we were shooting, it really was like that. they were walking by like what are they doing in their garage? but they know us. we're a little bizarre. >> their kids are in the background -- >> and i read somewhere that you won't do it unless the kids say it's funny? >> absolutely. we deleted videos or just not shot them entirely if -- >> really? what about the reality show part of this? >> i see the face. >> we've watched these -- we've watched reality stars and we worry -- >> that's the face my mom makes.
and my mom is backstage right now. we didn't have to do any convincing. it is very -- it's uplifting. and we said we're not going to flip tables. we have a happy marriage and we want to stay married. >> but there is a lot of interesting things going on. >> like what? >> here we had to make a video for this pet adoption company and we had to get dogs to act. so that was -- >> it's like the inherent drama of just being on a video shoot. and then there was daily life stuff like we went to a basketball game and a birthday party. and they were respectful. they kept the cameras far back. >> you forget they're even there after a while, don't you? >> remember when your basketball game, they came up to you and you were like how did they get on our video? >> well, we --
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after a long day, the last thing any of us ever feel like doing is cleaning the house or making an elaborate meal. >> but what if we were told there were gadgets that could do some of the work for you everything from sweeping the floors to stirring a pot? >> i wouldn't believe it. but here to show you and us some of the tools you can't live without is the author of "gadget-nation". >> this is a father and daughter who came up with this idea of a stir-mate. you put it on the pot and it stirs. if you're making risotto or soup you just attach it to it, it has a 9-volt battery. it stirs away. it's about $50. >> how do you clean your grill?
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it is one of the most exciting times in any girl's life when she gets ready to walk down the aisle. but it's the planning part that can be very stressful, especially when it comes to finding the perfect wedding gown. >> designer heidi knows all about that. her new show called "bride by design" is all about that. hey, girl, how are you doing? >> we have some gorgeous models we'll get to in a second. but you want to find the dress that fits your body type properly. >> that's the most important things. you have to have the perfect foundation. >> you designed these yourself? >> i did. this is our basic dress.
it's a fantastic dress. it fits all body shapes. >> shall we begin with malia? her mother will be so happy she's standing here in a wedding dress. what would you do to make a dress suit her better? >> we did her fitting last night. for her, this is an all-over chantilly lace. it accentuates the waist and completely changes the look. >> oh, my gosh that's so feminine. >> i cannot you just did that in one second. >> hold on, it gets better. >> i want to stay here for a minute. >> michelle. >> hi michelle. given michelle's body type -- >> i want to show two options.
this is the lace crop-top. we do a look for the wedding with the crop-top. then take it off. >> for dancing. >> and here comes the reception look. >> what's happening now? >> it's getting exciting. here's the skirt. for the reception, if she wants to be a princess in a ball gown, you just pop the skirt on and then for a little bit of bling you can do this great rhinestone belt. >> i have a question. why don't more people do this with wedding dresses? you added two little things to the silhouette that changes the whole thing. >> that's what's great about this particular line. you as a bride determine who you want to be. and you get to create your dress. you figure out your foundation and then build upon it. >> when you're talking to brides, they have to be stressed out. how do you help a bride find a
proper dress for her? >> what's nice is by having just a basic dress you see your shape first. you don't get all confused on the bells and whistles. you see yourself and you get to decide, i want sparkle or bling or lace. it's nice. >> do you talk someone out of something because it isn't best for their body? >> yeah it's like, you see what i see -- >> you're straight-up? >> i'm straight-up. >> that's what heidi does. >> hi, joan. >> it's important for brides to know. >> i like the hair up. what are we doing for joan? >> i wanted her to have a very chill look. she has this beautiful lace bodice in venetian lace. we're going to add this piece. >> i feel like everyone's going to steal your ideas, don't you? >> it comes with the territory.
this is so pretty. thank you so much. >> i can't. it's so different. >> this is the best part. a ruche waistband it's fantastic. it really helps cinch that waist in and what's nice about this piece is it creates that hourglass shape so you don't get distracted. >> there we go. >> get them in there. >> there you go. >> beautiful. >> three looks just on one basic dress. >> you are awesome. >> you're very awesome. i think you're a doll face. >> we really, really appreciate it. >> we'll be back in just a moment. but first this is "today" on nbc. >> y'all look good.
this is a good way to end the show. these are incredible photos -- >> we never get to see him. >> this guy named dan murphy was surfing in california when a sea lion jumps on his surfboard, crawled on his back -- >> his friend photographed the event from the shore. the sea lion spent over an hour on the surfboard. >> i would spend an hour with him, too. >> he hugged dan as if he was scared. and he kind of crawled into his lap like he was a puppy. >> little sea lion was rehabilitated by sea world trainers and returned to the wild. >> that is the cutest. how about that image? >> tomorrow, tyrese gibson. >> and you heard from from
nbc 10 breaking news. >> right now at 11:00, breaking news from montgomery county a school bus with children inside crashes into a home in whitpain township. skyforce10 over the scene of this crash on windermere road just before 8:30 this morning. good morning. i'm vai sikahema. the bus driver is in the hospital right now and students are shaken up but they are safe. nbc 10's deanna durante is live on the scene for us. tell us what the latest is. >> reporter: look behind me, vai, you can see the school bus still inside this home on windermere drive here in blue bell. we're told it will be some time before they can pull the bus out of the house. they first have to shore up the home to make sure it doesn't collapse around the bus. now, one thing we have heard over and over as people have come by to check out the scene