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e-mails i got from golfers yesterday should not be happening again today. >> can't believe we missed spring. my goodness. >> "today" show is up next. we'll have local updates next. >> never happy. good morning. tense and turbulent. overnight hundreds defy a citywide curfew in baltimore forcing police in riot gear to use smoke to clear the streets. the massive police response appearing to restore order. but today's orioles game will still be played without a crowd. the first in the history of american sports. 82-hour orde. video of a man freed from the rubble of a hotel in nepal four days after that devastating earthquake. as nbc's richard engel becomes one of the first journalists to reach base camp at mt. everest overnight. idelay. dozens of american airlines
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flights impacted due to an ipad glitch. why the device used by pilots left so many planes grounded. and all eyes on orlando. daredevil nik wallenda set to make history with a death defying walk atop that 400-foot high wheel while it's moving. no nets no harness, no pole. and he's doing it live here today, wednesday, april 29th 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockef >> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. here i made one of these for you. that's when you cover your eyes while he's walking. >> how do i it and still hold your hands? he's going to do it again. walking atop the orlando eye.
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this is 400 feet in the air. >> it's spinning. he's going to get out of one of those pods or cars and walk about three pods away and get back in. we'll be able to talk to him for part of that walk. ths nik as you can see. we'll get to that in awhile. but today's top story, the work to restore order in baltimore. a stark contrast from the 235 arrests on monday night. >> one officer was injured when a small crowd threw rocks at police officers enforcing a citywide curfew there. that was better than the 20 injuries the night before. >> and take a look at this. on one of the same streets where riots broke out 24 hours earlier, dozens of people lined up in front of police last night to shield them from any possible unrest. let's get right to nbc national correspondent peter alexander for the latest. peter, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to
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you. the baltimore police commissioner here said that the curfew worked and that the peace is holding. there was an eerie stillness overnight after a series of brief but heated confrontations. overnight a tense standoff as the 10:00 curfew came and went some protesters remained on the streets. some clashing with police. ron allen was there. >> we're retreating because the smoke from these devices is blowing in the opposite direction so we can hold our position at the moment. >> reporter: still, it was a stark contrast to monday night's violence. >> the biggest thing is that citizens are safe. the city is stable. we hope to maintain it that way. >> reporter: late tuesday, peaceful protests picked up across the city. some demonstrators even dancing to the music of a marching band. others rallying at city hall.
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>> there's so much pent up frustration from our. if you have a hot pot unattended it will boil over. >> reporter: ray lewis posted this passionate plea to stop the violence. already seen more than 20 million times. >> baltimore, get off the streets! kids go home! stay home! >> reporter: we're also hearing from toya grant, the mother who unleashed on her son who she spotted. graham o cbs news. >> that's my only son. at the end of the day, i don't want him to be a freddie gray. >> reporter: this week's losses are crushing. during the riots looters gutted the sports mart the leavy family has owned for 35 years. this mess is all that's left. >> my heart is breaking for baltimore. it's breaking for all the store owners and it's breaking for us. >> reporter: the leavy family says it wants to rebuild, but
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you saw what's left. the baltimore schools reopen today. 85,000 students able to go back to school. the confrontations by some of the students inexcusable. but he also said it's a call to action for us adults to help better serve those students with what they need. back to you. >> thanks. again, the good news less unrest overnight than 24 hours ago. in the meantime an unprecedented scene will play out in the wake of the troubles in baltimore. this is camden yards, home of the baltimore orioles. it is empty right now and the stands will look exactly the same when the orioles play the chicagx in just a few hours. this is a first in u.s. sports history. they will play to a closed empty stadium. no fans allowed. and the orioles also moved their next series to the rays ballpark. so imagine that scene, baseball players playing in front of an
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empty stadium. >> in the riots in l.a. some were moved and allowed to attend but we've never seen this before. a big story also in nepal. >> that's right. the crisis in nepal following the devastating earthquake. we're seeing new images from mt. everest where at least 18 people died in an avalanche. richard engel managed to reach base camp by helicopter overnight. he's back in kathmandu this morning.. >> reporter: good morning. first of all, a bit of news. we spoke to three rescue pilots. all of them have told us that they do not believe there are any climbers who are still trapped or stranded on mt. everest. that most have made their way down to the base camp. the place where we visited today and are making their way off the island off of the base camp. or they have already been evacuated. the base camp is where the main avalanche occurred. when we were able to visit it
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today, we got a real sense of what happened. on saturday around noon when the earthquake struck a large piece of ice and snow broke off of a mountain overlooking base camp. it fell with incredible speed. that avalanche swept through the middle section of the base camp taking away tents, sending some climbers hundreds of feet in the air. it also wiped out the only medical facility on the base camp killing at least 15 maybe 17 people. maybe more. they haven't been able to go through all of the snow banks and there is still some efforts underway to assist them. we did see some bodies coming out. there was one body marked in a body bag that said unknown. so clearly the identification process must go on. but it was really only when we were there today that we
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actually understood what happened how this long base camp which is at 17,600 feet was cut in half by a falling glacier >> yeah. richard engel, thank you very much. just imagine. it takes climbers days and days and days just to get to base camp. luckily richard got in in a helicopter. but getting those people off that a to take a long time. >> that's right. there are survivor stories to tell you about as well. a man who was pulled alive from the rubble of a collapsed hotel in kathmandu. he was banging on debris hoping someone had hear him but had nearly given up hope. many villages remain hard to reach and the death toll is rising this morning. miguel almaguer has more on that. good morning to you. >> reporter: matt and savannah good morning. we're 45 minutes east outside of kathmandu in a small community that was really hit hard by this massive 7.8 earthquake. this is the area where the
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fairfax county search and rescue teams, a crew from virginia has come to look for survivors. they have picked this spot for a reason. this area was highly packed with thousands of people this residential community. many of these homes and these apartment complexes are five stories high. they are built primarily of brick and wood. as you can see, folks out here are digging for survivors. because for several days they say they could hear people calling for help here. they could hear them banging on any kind of wood or brick they could find. so crews have picked this area becaus they believe there's a possibility there are survivors here. crews say they'll be out here over the next several days. they're fairly optimistic that with the help of locals they'll be able to find anyone who may have survived this earthquake. as you know in haiti they say they found folks up to a week after. so later on today they'll be out here in a crew of 11. also with their search teams and their dogs looking for any sense, any possibility that
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folks have survived this earthquake. today at this hour you'll see the locals out here doing what they can to try to clear debris to look for neighbors, to look for friends and family that are still trapped here. they believe hundreds of people may be buried in this one community alone. crews have a lot of work ahead of them. back to you guys. >> miguel almaguer thank you so much. that view shows the scope of the damage there. meanwhile here at home supreme court justices are going to weigh the argument in a case. while we wait for a decision the issue is quickly becoming a major factor in the 2016 pr nbc's andrea mitchell has more on that. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, matt. the supreme court was deeply divided on an issue that has gained widespread acceptance across the country. just since the last pr campaign. and co it looked and felt like a
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political rally. one of the hottest issues of 2016 now in front of the supreme court. people lining up for day >> marriage brings together men and women to reproduce the human race. >> reporter: passions that even broke out inside the chamber. as security officers rushed to pull out a rare protester interrupting. all eyes and ears on justice anthony kennedy expected to be the swing vote. at times questioning opponents and others questioning same-sex marriage. >> this definition has been with us for millennia. and it's very difficult for the court to say, oh well we know better. >> reporter: giving hope to republicans who are appealing to conservatives on the issue. >> i believe in traditio. so that -- that's worked pretty well for our country and
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civilization for thousands of years. >> we are criminalizing christianity in this country. >> there is no longer any room for religious liberty. >> reporter: but ted cruz got tripped up on the issue by holding a political event last week at the manhattan apartment of two gay business partners who later apologized under pressure from the gay rights community for hosting cruz. hillary clinton who did not endorse same-sex marriage last time she ran is now firmly on board issuing a campaign video to prove it. >> i was actually thrilled when you recently urged the supreme court to rule in favor of ma >> reporter: and our new nbc news/"wall street jour poll shows 59% of americans support same-sex marriage. this is a problem for republicans in a general election campaign unless of course the court rules in june it is a constitutional right. and that would end the political debate. >> all right. andrea mitchell in washington for us this morning. thanks very much. natalie is following a story in washington as well. a historic moment in the nation's capitol.
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>> that's right. prime minister se will make the first address by a japanese prime minister. he will talk about a trade pact that has divided lawmakers. president obama hosted abe last night at a dinner. the visit is to strengthing ties. the event followed a day of events by the president, prime minister and their wives. first lady michelle obama wearing a gown by a japanese designer. meanwhile, the obama administration is on pace to deport the fewest number of immigrants in decades. officials have sent home 127,000 people since the fiscal year started in october. at the current pace they're on track to remove the fewest number of immigrants since 2006 when george w. bush was in office. an ipad software glitch grounded several american airlines planes tuesday night. apparently there was an error with the digital map used by
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pilots in the cockpit. dozens of flights were impacted. in 2013 american airlines was the first airline to switch over to ipads for navigation. they save thousands of dollars in fuel costs. the parents of madeleine mccann have won more than a half million dollars in an action against a detective who suggested the couple had faked her abduction. the mccanns who led the search for their daughter after she disappeared in portugal in 2007 they say madeline was abducted and portuguese police closed the case in 2008 because authorities determined police in california are still searching for the driver who ran down an elderly pedestrian and then took off. the frightening incident caught on camera. look at that gray vehicle near the top of your screen. it drives into a mcdonald's
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parking lot just as three people are leaving the parking lot. it backs up hitting that 85-year-old woman to the ground. eventually the driver spent a few seconds looking at the victim. then they got back in the car and sped away. the victim was treated and released from the hospital. so going to be okay. and a determined baseball fan that would stop at nothing to get a foul ball. happened in cleveland in a game between the kansas city royals and the indians. in an empty section of the seats there. watch the fan. he does a one handed railing jump, loses half of his beer. eventually he dumps it and grabs the ball. he realizes his phone is missing and finds it under the seat as well. so and phone in hand. he's good. >> rd to fight the others for the ball. >> he didn't realize he was the only person going for the ball. >> but it looked good.
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>> then he broke a $500 phone. but other than that it was fantastic. >> because when it falls from a foot off the ground it breaks. 40 stories not so much. more on that. natalie, thanks. mr. roker? >> of co we have been talking about florida. a lot of wet weather there. and why are we so concerned about this? look at the heavy thunderstorms. key west ft. myers. some places picking up a day's worth of rain in the last two hours. a lot of clouds. but we're also looking north to orlando where we're expecting, of course nik wallenda to do that walk in our 8:00 hour. isolated showers. some storms do redevelop with gusty winds later in the day. but you can see right now some blue skies. so we're hoping it's going to hold off for the day for mr. wallenda. it should be all right. rainfall amounts, the heaviest amounts going to be down in southern florida. we're going to get to your local forecast so i'm having birthday brunch with my family.
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when my husband hands me a present. a galaxy s6! so i call my mom. i have verizon! i don't. she couldn't really hear me. i tell her how much she means to me. but she thinks i said she was always mean to me. i could hear how happy she was. now she definitely loves my sister more. vo: mother's day is almost here. now get 200 dollars or more when you trade in your smartphone for a galaxy s6. but hurry, this offer ends may 10th. verizon. good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. a beautiful day ahead. grab your sunglasses. we'll see bright sunshine all day long. look at the temperatures into the 70s. tomorrow a different story. clouds arrive. we'll see morning sunshine but late day showers that will be light. 68 degrees on thursday. turning chillier on friday. high near 60 but the rain will be falling at times on friday. then it moves out just in time for the weekend and a warmer day sunday for the blue cross broad
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street run. have a great day. >> and that's your lat >> thank you so much. we are counting down to a nail biter live here on "today." >> in about an hour daredevil nik wallenda will tempt fate once again by walking on top of a brand new 400-foot high structure called the orlando eye. if bryant gumbel were here he'd say why. kerry sanders is there as well. kerry, good morning. >> reporter: i'm holding my breath already. nik wallenda seems relatively calm. he told me that he actually had been losing some sleep thinking about going way up there and walking as you noted 400 feet up. but last night he said he slept great. 10:15, went to sleep. woke up this morning ready to go. one question is the weather. it looks like the skies are clear. but we did have some rain come through here. the humidity is 90% right now. so the metal up there may actually have some droplets on
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there which could make it slippery. nik says he plans to climb out of the cabpsule wearing the slippers had his mother made for him. but if it's wet he'll go in his socks. >> why don't you go ahead of him and dry it. >> one of the sham wows. >> all right, kerry. thank you. a nik in a bit. meantime dylan is covering the orange room for carson. >> good morning. and we are talking about nik wallenda. of course the anticipation is building online for us everywhere. you can join the conversation using #walk the wheel. we want to hear from you before, during after. every second you are on edge of your seats. because we will be right on the edge of our seat with you. make sure you follow the today show to see the latest pictures and video from orlando all throughout the morningcovered. >> all right. than vy much.
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coming up keeping your kids safe at the bus stop. we showed you this video. three kids nearly hit. how police officers are trying to crack down on dangerous drivers blowing past school buses. >> scary footage. plus does it endorse violence a women? the uproar over a slogan for bud light. but first th ur pets... aren't the only ones...
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travel agent today "nbc 10 news" starts now. good morning, i'm vai sikahema. just before 7:30. we just stepped outside for a few minutes. it is absolutely beautiful out there. let's get the first alert forecast from meteorologist bill henley. >> great way to start a wednesday. lots of sunshine. pleasant chill in the air. not going to last long. sunny skies and temperatures headed for the 70s this afternoon. sunshine from center city. 60 degrees at 9:00. by lunchtime, 70. 73 degrees and climbing at 3:00 with less wind than yesterday. at that hour northwesterly breezes will be at 9 miles an hour. thank you, bill. let's get a check on traffic with jessica boyington. hi, jess. >> hey vai. we're starting to see some pretty solid jams on state road.
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you can see the drive time here 41 minutes if you're headed southbound from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway. in bustle town krewstown road is still closed between riding sun avenue and bloomfield avenue due to an accident involving a police officer. you want to take bustleton avenue to get by that scene for now, vai. >> thank you jess. speaking of that police officer, that officer is recovering after crashing his cruiser into a guardrail earlier this morning. "nbc 10" at the scene near rising sun boulevard and krewstown road. officials say the officer was responding to a robbery in progress around 4:30 this morning when this crash happened. no other vehicles were involved. a live look at the orhlan be doe eye in florida. orlando, florida. in 30 minutes daredevil nik wallenda will attempt his latest stunt. you can watch it on "nbc 10." we'll be back with more news in 25 minutes.
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7:30 now. it's a wednesday morning. april 29th 2015. that's a pretty shot. like to watch it here from land. the stage is set for high drama live on "today" from atop the orlando eye. the brand new 360 complex. and in our next half hour nik wallenda will walk on top of that massive observation wheel as it moves. no tether. no nets. no pole to balance him. just nerves of steel. we'll ask him how he's feeling coming up in a bit. let's take a look at some of the stories making headlines this morning. a much calmer scene in baltimore overnight, but tensions do remain high in the wake of monday's riots. about ten people were arrested as the new citywide curfew was
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enforced. and small groups of demonstrators did clash with police. the death toll in nepal has topped 5,000 people. there's a growing need now for food assistance across that region. and check this out. a remarkable rescue caught on camera overnight. a man trapped for over 80 hours in kathmandu pulled out alive. he's now recovering in the hospital. well we do begin this half hour with the new rossen reports tied to chilling video we showed you here on this show on tuesday. remember this? a driver narrowly missing three kids who were about to board a school bus in washington state. today national investigative correspondent jeff rossen is here with more on that. >> reporter: this video scared a lot of us. we all know when the bus comes in the morning and the red flashing lights come on you are supposed to stop. kids are crossing in front of you. but this morning cameras
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catching so many drivers blowing right by. now that new case caught on camera. police are hunting for the driver. i want you to watch closely. can you see the license plate? the video is heart stopping these three little kids boarding their school bus just days ago when that white suv flies by missing them by inches. >> i felt the wind. >> reporter: their parents watching in horror. >> those were our kids! stop stop! and i probably said a few things i shouldn't have said. >> reporter: now police in graham washington are searching for this driver. checking every angle of the bus' surveillance camera. you can see the suv approaching on the side. even driving on the shoulder to speed by. and right there could have been the end. the district says the bus' flashing lights were on. and it's happening more often than you think. according to the bus industry association, over 70,000 times a
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day vehicles passing stopped buses. that boy is nearly hit. this one isn't as lucky nap car slamming into him at full speed. amazingly he walks away unharmed. others end up in the hospital like 11-year-old michael burgess. in a body cast with multiple breaks. >> all i remember was seeing a car and i was so scared. i knew the car was going to hit me. >> reporter: so the broward county sheriff's department inviting us along to scam for offenders. this is life and death. >> it is. >> reporter: right away we start following this school bus. we see the red lights start flashing. count with me. one, two, three, four five cars fly right by. >> bingo. >> reporter: so many offenders, our deputy can't even get them all. jeff rossen from nbc news. did you see the bus? >> no i did not. >> reporter: how would you feel
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if your child was crossing the street expecting the cars to stop and then a car flew through? >> i would feel bad. i have taught my children to look both ways before they cross the street. >> by the time i could do anything i said oh my gosh. >> reporter: you realized what you'd done? >> yes. >> reporter: the drivers both slapped with a $270 ticket. but now the new question. who is this driver in washington who came this close to hitting three ki. and by the way, that videotape in graham washington continues. that driver never stopped. just keeps on going. we spoke with police there late last night. crime stoppers offering a $1,000 reward for any information about that white suv. and the mystery driver behind the wheel. by the way, this problem has gotten so bad there are companies out there now developing these sort of instant cameras. you saw that bus was outfitted with so many cameras that activate like a red light camera. >> when i first saw i assumed
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the driver was texting. but goes on the shoulder to avoid the bus. >> into a ditch to get around it. >> and other drivers reported seeing him cutting off all these other cars beforehand. >> i hope they get him. al let's get a check of the weather. >> that's right. we've got some warm weather. jet stream dipr the northeast. but in the southwest, palm springs, 100 degrees. phoenix, 97 degrees. you get into the central and northern plains. fargo's going to be 74. same in rapid city. denver 78. 12 degrees above normal. it's cooler in the southeast. this is where we got a lot of rain. here in new york we're going to get up to 76 degrees today. it's going to be fantastic. same in d.c. not so much for our friends in new england. they've got an easterly flow of air and so temperatures in boston 57.
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east porte, 51 degrees. a little bit below good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. a beautiful day ahead. grab your sunglasses. we'll see bright sunshine all day long. look at those temperatures into the 70s this afternoon. tomorrow a different story. clouds arrive. we'll see morning sunshine but late day showers that will be light. 68 degrees on thursday. turning chillier on friday. high near 60. but the rain will be falling at times on friday. then it moves out just in time for the weekend and a warmer day sunday for the blue cross broad street run. have a great day. >> and that's your lates go to weather channel on cable or online. coming up look before you leap. we'll get you ready with nik wallenda's stunt. >> and coming up next what is it like to be a police officer in this country given the unrest
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i am ready to be cured. are you ready? ask your hep c specialist if harvoni is right for you. back now at 7:41. what's happening in baltimore is just the latest string of cases involving deaths of suspects in police custody. it's making for trying days in the streets of this country. what is it like to be police officers these day? kate snow sat down with a diverse group from across the country to get tt perspective. >> reporter: on tuesday president obama said there have been too my troub s calling it a slow rolling crisis that's been going on a long time and should prompt soul searching. but he also said there was no excuse for violence. it's a crisis that's impacting every police officer in this country. we wanted to know right now what it's like to be in their shoes on the streets. all of us have seen the same
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pictures. the ri. the looting and burning. we gathered seven officers and sergeants from across the country. >> cincinnati. >> virgini los angeles. >> reporter: if you had to use one word right now to describe the relationship between the public and the police force? >> i would say skeptical. >> strained. >> misunderstood. >> sergeant you feel that on a daily basis? >> yes. mainly because people are k loog at us a whole lot closer today than they were before because of the events that have happened. >> reporter: do you empathize with the protesters at all? >> i don't. i just don't agree with the protesting. i agree with a peaceful protest. i don't agree with the destroying property the looting of the stores and hurting other people. >> reporter: lapd officer deon joseph says he understands the anger. >> i was indoctrinated like many
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of the young people. then i saw the rodney king era. and that shaped my views. until i joined the police department and found 90% of everything i heard about police officers weren't true. >> reporter: in all these cases are we seeing one outlier? one bad apple? or is there something more systemic going on? something darker where there are certain police departments that s and prejudice? >> i don't t an going on where law enforcement is taking out frustrations on citizens. >> there's no denying there are problems in some departments with more in them. but it is not a universal truth that it is all police departments and all police officers. >> reporte this is a tricky question to ask. but do you feel judged because of your skin color sometimes? >> no more than anybody else. and actually i don't know if
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anybody else wants to comment on that but some officers -- some black officers in their department tell me they have bigger issues going into these community because they're labeled as betrayers. >> exactly. he hit the nail on the head. as an african-american male police officering wi when we go out to the incidents where a male black, female black is the suspect or they've been shot we take the brunt of that. you know i've been called everything from traitor, uncle tom. >> most times i just ignore it because a lot of times i realize it's because they're angry that they're lashing out at me. >> reporter: they say the public has the right to know about incidents that look like they may cross the line. but the worry is the rush to judgment after a cell phone video comes out. >> i think people automatically see these videos and it's shocking and shocks the senses. but they're seeing one point of view. they didn't see what that
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officer saw or heard or felt. >> reporter: you talked about people being afraid of the police. >> when i'm out on patrol and i hear that parents tell their child, don't talk to her, she's the police. you know i try to reassure their child, yes i am a police officer but i'm a mom. you know i care about this community. >> basically what's happening, parents generationally are passing their scars down to their children. my dad grew up in the jim crow south when people were getting lynched. my dad didn't tell me about this until i was 19 on purpose. he said if kwlour walking up with your fist up and hands out, you can't work to change things. >> channel your anger. channel it. channel it for something positive. help us help you. >> don't be afraid of us. we're human. >> let's teach our kids to be objective and go approach a cop and taus. >> what you see on the news is not representative of the community. the actions of a few officers
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shouldn't discredit the whole. >> reporter: off said if they showed videos of officers doing good things as well we might be in a different climate right now. they want people to stop thinking of situations as us vers them. they want everybody involved in the solution. and they talked a lot about prevention and community policing which is when they go out on the streets when there's nothing going on and meet people and they were saying people know us by our first names then and we're more approachable. we're part of the community that way. >> growing up in new york city, there a beat cop. you would see that same police officer. he was part of your community. and they need to get back to that more. >> yeah. good perspective to have. it's a complex issue. thank you. >> thanks very much. up next how would you be feeling right about now? we're going to talk to nik wallenda as he gets ready to walk the wheel live on "today." but first th. ...and the wolf was huffing and puffing... kind of like you sometimes, grandpa.
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all right. 7:50. we're about 25 minutes away from nik wallenda's next daring stunt on top of the orlando eye. by the way, the #walk the wheel now trending on twitter. >> nik is with us now. he's about to get in a pod for a ride to the top where this wire walk will take place. good morning to you. at this point i'm over asking you are you nervous. because i know you are as cool as a cucumber. >> you know i'm excited but i'm a little jealous.
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i didn't get a blindfold to wear from matt. >> you know nik, they built that thing so you could take a perfectly good ride inside one of the pods. ? >> that's not the way my family's worked for 200 years. why change things now? >> what about weather? al says it's kind of cooperating right now. any concerns winds, anything like that? >> it's actually beautiful right now. of course there's some humidity. we're in florida. it's 90% humidity. the steel is definitely very damp which in turn makes it slippery. >> ands the trickiest thing about this walk for you? >> you know it's definitely challenging mentally because of the fact i'm used to walking a wire. e so many unique aspects to it. the fact it's moving. the fact i have to duck under structures as i'm walking. >> when you talk about it moving it will be spinning towards you so it's like the world's most dangero
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>> that's pretty much correct. or a wallenda's dream. >> exactly. >> well nik, obviously we're all going to be watching here in the studio. we'rta ye now going to begin the trip up to the top of the wheel. so why don't you have at it. >> all right. sounds good. see you guys soon. >> take care. we'll see you in a couple of minutes. i don't think you say break a leg in this situation. >> nothing like that. >> you just say good luck, nik. you are much braver than we are. live in less than 25 mi 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 and talk with your doctor.
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"nbc 10 news" starts now. good morning. i'm vai sikahema. just before 8:00. let's get our first alert forecast on this beautiful wednesday morning, april 29th from first alert meteorologist bill henley. bill. >> temperatures climbing with bright sunshine will be with us all day long. look at that beautiful view up the schuylkill river. boat house row seeing a little bit of a breeze blowing. flags on the boat houses. temperatures, they're making progress. 57 degrees in trenton. up to 58 in wilmington and already 60 degrees in south philadelphia. so stand by. we're on our way to the 70s this afternoon with nothing but sunshine this morning. by lunchtime 70 degrees. thank you, bill. let's get a check on traffic with jessica boingyington. >> hi vai. a pretty major northbound delay.
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southbound is doing fine. check out the rest of our drive times. 42 minutes headed southbound from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway. slow headed into the city on the schuylkill. bustleton, krewstown road closed. take bustleton avenue to get by the scene for the rest of your morning. vai. happening today, prosecutors across pennsylvania will push for state funded preschool programs to keep kids away from crime. law enforcement leaders will discuss the pre-k for pa campaign in king of prussia. the program calls for expanding preschool access to at-risk children through state funding. authorities will taut a new report showing how pre-k education could reduce the number of children who could end up in jail later in life. four days away until the blue cross broad street run takes over philadelphia. you can watch it live on "nbc 10" and on our sister station telemundo 62. live coverage begins sunday at 8:00 a.m. we'll leave you with a live look at orlando eye in florida.
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it's 8:00 on "to" coming up we're just minutes away from daredevil nik wallenda's latest record-setting stunt. a walk atop the orlando eye. no pole no harness, no net. and you'll see it live right here on plus touching touchdown. an 89-year-old veteran gets a chance to relive the glory days he left behind to fight for our country. and sam smith's secret weapon. meet the woman behind the music superstar's weight loss success. she'll be here to teach you how to shed those pesky pounds while still enjoying your favorite comfort foods. today, wednesday, ap. ♪
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>> we love "today" in portland, new hampshir rise and shine, california! >> skipping school to meet ! >> we're back now. 8:00 on a wednesday morning. we're calling it #walk the wheel morning here on "today" because this is the day that nik wallenda is going to walk the orlando eye. there it is right there. and al it's a little cloudier right now than it was when we came on the air. yeah. there may be a spritz here and there. but nothing really showing up on the radar right now. i think he'll be okay. >> inside that little pod, nik wallenda is riding up to the top
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400 feet high. and he's going to try to set the world record. >> we know how fast that thing is going? >> about 60 miles an hour. no. it'll go slowly but when you're standing up there with no harness and no pole. we can see the rain on the lens there. >> let's get natalie's check of the top stories. >> good morning once again. a curfew heavy police presence and community efforts helped to limit street clashes overnight in riot-torn baltimore. peter alexander is there. peter, good morning. >> reporter: natalie, good morning to you. as the police commissioner here put it the curfew worked and the peace is holding. there were a few small skirmishes between protesters and police last night where pellets were thrown toward the protesters to try to help disperse them last night. ten arrests in total. then there was sort of an eerie stillness overnight. 10:00 last night to 5:00 this
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morning, that curfew in effect. baltimore's mayor says she vows to return this city back to normal. already students are returning to classes today. 85,000 students back in class. we've already seen school buses across part of this city. and a historic day today at camden yards. the orioles returned to action. but they will play in a game in a field that will be empty in its stands. no fans allowed. that game is closed to the public. major league baseball says that's never happened before. >> all right. peter alexander in baltimore for us thank you. experienced rescue team from virginia will search for survivors today in a village devastated by the nepal virginia team will also help with humanitarian relief in a country where thousands have be killed and tens of thousands are injured or now homeless. the supreme court is moving towards a landmark decision on whether same-sex couples have the constitutional right to
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marriage. the justices seemed sharply divided. justice anthony kennedy, a closely watched swing vote, gave conflicting si a decision will be a. pope francis is calling for women to receive the same pay as men for the same work. the pope made the appeal at the vatican as he spoke to thousands of people. he said kwhie should it be taken for granted that women earn less than men. and the crowd cheered enthusiastically as francis veered from his prepared remarks and warned men not to be sexist. a vacation video shot by a british family captured this amusing scene. take a look. this is a camel running along the highway in the united arab emirates. and behind it a barefoot man
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trying to catch up to the camel. of course you can run a mile for a camel, right? remember that old commercial right? >> that's an old one, nat. >> give me credit here. >> you're going way back. >> she's digging deep into it. pulling it out. thank you. >> he was running more than a mile for that camel. let's head back down to the complex in orlando where nick is almost set to walk the wheel life. kerry sanders is there. kerry, has this attracted a crowd? >> reporter: yes. there's a crowd here of a hundred-plus that gathered not just from the orlando area but have come here from ohio indiana, new hampshire. tourists who come out here. while most people have their eyes looking up there, there's a lot of people also glancing just slightly off camera because they can see over here, there you see it. there you see a large thundercloud moving into the area. so the question is not only the potential for rain but whether
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there's going to be lightning. l things that nik has taken into account and says he's calculated all of the things. but he will make that final decision about exiting the capsule, climbing ou to assess the situation. >> he's in the capsule right now. i think he can hear me. if you can, you're watching the weather more closely than any of us. how would this weather we saw on the lens effect what you're doing, your game plan? >> well i don't know if you see right now, i'm wearing a chest cam and i'm showing the windows and there's definitely a lot of humidity up here. definitely going to be damp. and i'm sure my grip is -- it's going to be tough to get a good grip because it's so wet out here. i tell you about impressive numbers. a hundred people showed up to see me do this. >> well you've got millions at home too, nik. >> can i just say, obviously if you don't think this is the right time to do it you have our full support to say huh-u
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>> thank you very much. no you know what? we've studied. i've done a lot of practice in wet conditions. as everybody knows that's a fan of mine i walked across niagara falls and it couldn't have been more wet. all is about the preparation. i've been training in the rain training in wet conditions. my grip feels okay. i grabbed onto the ladder out there and i'm pretty confident. unless lig moves in in the next few minutes, we should be good to go. >> all right, nik. thank you. don't go anywhere. the drama is about to unfold live on "today." first we'll get you ready with other daredevils. you have got to see this video we're going to show you in "trending." >> and the woman who helped slender down sam smith shares
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it's definitely poison. apparently, i'm immune to venom. immune steve. immune to venom? ♪ all right. let's trend. we should mention natalie had to run off on a shoot. we're happy to have dylan with us. first a beer campaign that
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backfired in a big way. look at the new tagline bud light put on some bottles. the perfect beer for removing the word "no" from your vocabulary for the night. that message prompted outrage on social media. a lot of people saying it promoted irresponsible dangerous behavior even date rape. this morning b light' owner anheuser-busch says it will remove that tagline. they said it's clear this particular message missed the mark and we regret it. we would never condone disrespectful or irresponsible behavior. we were talking earlier about how many people had to have seen that in that company before it got to be the tagline. >> that's what i wonder. but i'm glad they moved quickly to get rid of it. but for a big corporation like that to do anything you can imagine there'd have to be layers and layers of approval. and no one raised their hand or would listen to hey, you know this might fall flat.
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>> it really is amazing to think. thankfully at least they did move fast. >> yeah. wow. all right. let's move on. football a young man's game. but there's an 89-year-old vet whg he still has the move. brian sperry returned and he was the star. fellow players clearing the path to the end zone for him and look at his face. sheer joy as he scores the winning touchdown. winning cheers high fives from the players. everyone going crazy. brian said later he's glad he could still run. >> i saw him juking a few people there. goes right, goes left. >> like he's having the time of his life. >> that's fantastic. >> you worry somebody in that game is not going to be one of those guys that likes those things clotheslines the guy. >> why did you even think that? >> i don't know. this video makes you smile. this will get your heart racing. take a look at this dizzying
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display. a group of b.a.s.e. jumpers in dubai. the height more than 1300 feet. diving from a platform on the 99th floor. and off they go. some of them doing midair back flips, making pyramids flying upside down. >> they all left their iphones back up on the platform. >> how long did they wait for the chute to come out? >> forever. >> how calm they stay. >> adrenaline junkies. >> no thank you. >> by the way, you've been traveling. >> i have. >> did you see the daytime emmys. >> i did not see them in remember. remem the truce you made with ellen? >> how did that work out? >> not well. she asked you tom a truce.
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this is what happened. and i want to prove you are no fool. you're nobody's fool. you saw this coming all along. here is what you actually said before you recorded that video and she had her way with you. take a look. >> i have every reason to believe that this green screen is all part of an elaborate hoax that i know th is a prank and i'm still because i'm a good sport. >> i didn't see the breast tassels coming. that was a little above and beyond. and i didn't see her volunteering for me to pay a thousand dollars for every time someone says thank you matt lauer. but since they did and since ellen was generous enough to match the amount yesterday. she donated $16,001 to a great charity. so i will be paying $16,002. unicef and doctors without borders. >> good for you. >> thank you.
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>> truce, ellen. please. can't afford it. that's "what's trending" today. we're less than a couple of minutes away from nick walwallenda's next stunt in orlando. but first al has a check of the weather here and there. >> good news is it looks like weather is going to hold up for nik. we do have a lot of wet weather, heavy showers and thunderstorms down through southern and just south of orlando. but the most part looking at a decent day in orlando. showers and thunderstorms, though making their way through the south right now. you can see cloudy skies, very light wind. not' good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a beautiful day ahead. grab your sunglasses. we'll see bright sunshine all day long. look at those temperatures into the 70s this afternoon. tomorrow a different story. clouds arrive. we'll see morning sunshine and late day showers that will be light. 68 degrees on thursday. turning chillier on friday. a high near 60.
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but the rain will be falling at times on friday. then it moves out just in time for the weekend. a warmer day sunday for the blue cross broad street run. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. >> thank you very much. the countdown is over. the big moment finally here. nik wallenda about to walk the wheel, the orlando eye, for a record. >> and nik will be in contact the whole time. terry, we'll let you t >> well we're in communication with one another and nik, if the weather is okay with you, let's get th. >> sounds good. >> all right. ta >> wow. look at this beautiful view up here. you can . apparently everybody in orlando
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has a job be. and there's a bunch of them over . all right. here. >> all right. ta >> that's a long way that's a tight fit. >> now as you can see he's going from the top of one of those pods down a ladder where he'll get to the actual structure of the wheel itself. the wheel is turning. it's spinning toward him. and he will attempt to walk on that structure far distance of what 30 meters or more? >> it'll take three to five minutes or so. he's outfitted with the gopro camera on his shirt. so we're getting the view that nik is getting at this moment. he seems to be looking out and taking a survey of what he is abou
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>> we're looking at this from several different angles. one of those is from a helicopter. people to understand it's a distance away using a telephoto lens. >> take it easy. tell me when you're ready to roll. >> all right, dad. little windy. t'go >> okay, nik. . >> little windy up here matt and savannah. and really. >> it's been raining a little bit off and on throughout the morning. nik talked about that a second ago. we didn't expect the wind but i guess with a storm moving in -- nik, talk to me about the footing. what does it feel like? >> it feels okay. you know the shoes my mom makes are made to deal with the
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dampness. but there's definitely a lot of moisture. i can see it rolling under my feet up here. >> and how's the wind, nik? >> the wind's all right. i'm feeling it. i wouldn't guess it's over 20 miles per ho. this is where it's kind of a little creepy bee i'v got to lean out over here and it's really wet. >> h >> it's like a little grease up here. >> terry, we should mention nik is going to set a record not break one, because no one has been c. >> and what about al calling me out for the speed of this thing? >> yeah,. >> nik, how's it feel as you're
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crossing over there? well you're on your way to setting a record. >> terry, from where you are, n you see how much further he has to go? >> i'm pretty much there. >> you know it's kind of hard to tell because from my angle he looks about the size of an ant. >> all right. are >> hold on. i'll verif. yes, the wheel is st >> terry, was the wheel supposed to stop? does it do that periodically? >> i'm not sure. he may be close to reaching had his goal at this point. i just have to find out from him what his next step is. >> looks like he's there. nik, congratulations. >> thank you. >> congrats, son..
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now to make it back in. >> yeah. now for the hard part. >> wait a minute. are you going to the pod you came from or the closer pod? >> i'm actually going to a closer pod. >> okay. so there you have it. nik wallenda has set a new guinness record by walking on the orlando eye. and now he's just hanging out. >> he's kind of just reclining now taki. the rest of us are trying to get our heart rate to return to normal. nik, matt's got the paper bag. he's hyperventilating. want you to know. he's not made of the same stuff you are. >> next time i'm going to make matt come up here with me. >> yeah. i'm sure i'll enjoy it from inside the pod, nik. >> matt i got a couple of ideas for ellen too. so we'll talk tomorr. >> now, we understand that nik,
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just to have a little fun on the way down is actually going to ride from on top of one of those pods all the way down. is that right, nik? >> that is corre. as long as i can make it up there. because there's an emergency ladder i'm climbing up that folds. when they put it out, they didn't put the pin in. it just tried to go up on me hand. >> does your heart leap into your throat when stuff like that happens? >> yeah. i try to stay as calm as possible. because, you know once you get scared the adrenaline takes over and then it can become very dangerous. >> nik, as you climb, i mentioned this sets a new record. is that one of your goals right now? you've done just about everything you want to just leave your name on as many records >> you know it's just opportunities that are presented to me all the time and this is definitely a dream of mine. i'm living out what my family's done for over 200 years. and, you know to be able to fulfill these life-long dreams
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is an awesome, awesome feeling of accomplishment. i hope that i'm bringing pride to all of my family through what i do. and really shining the light on those seven generations. i've got 15 other family members that currently walk the wire. it's not just nik wallenda. i've been blessed to do some big, big things. grand canyon niagara falls. we saw the records i broke in chicago on the discovery channel. and things like this. but this is about my family. it's not just about nik wallenda but it's about all of my family. we perform together. we perform the seven-person pyramid together. comd why we do what we do. but this is in our blood. this is what we've done as a family. when we get together we play on low wires in the yard and have chicken fights. r life. my great grandfather said everything is on the wire and that's way we live. >> did i see you take a selfie whe we were chatting here? >> you're right. i did take a selfie. >> can you send us the selfie?
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we'd like to see that view. >> i would love to. i'll send it to you as soon as i get down on the ground. >> all right. >> all right, dad. we're ready to roll. >> thanks for sharing it live with us here on today. >> thank you, guys. >> he did it. we'll talk to him when he gets back on solid ground in just a few moments. we look forward to that. >> and we're going to hear what people online have been saying when we check in with dylan in the orange room. >> how you doing? >> i don't like these things. i really don't. >> i know. can't call
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>> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning. i'm chris cato. it's 8:26. what a nice wednesday morning out there. let's get your forecast now with meteorologist bill henley. bill, would you agree ? >> iconconcur. it will be a quick warm- . look at the beautiful view from center city. temperatures now in the 50s headed for the 60s. getting close in philadelphia. already 59 degrees. by by lunch we should be in the low 70s. 71 degrees at 1:00. up to 74 by 4:00 p.m. >> let's get a check on the morning rush now with nbc 10's jessica boyington. good morning. >> good morning. we are starting to deal with rush hour.
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it's a lot of volume but it's a nice day to roll the windows down. 40-minute delay southbound from wood haven to the vine. slow headed northbound. the rest of the drive times, we looked at 95. the schuylkill expressway into center city just under half an hour. slow on the blue route dealing with a road closurement cruisetown is slow between bloomfield with an accident involving a police officer. take bustleton to get by. chris? >> happening now, five of the six democratic candidates for philadelphia mayor are facing off in another forum. they are discussing jobs and other issues at the philadelphia works office in center city. the democrat yek candidates for mayor are lynn abraham, nelson diaz, jim al server nelson street i'm chris cato. we are back in 25 minutes. have a good morning.
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8:30 now on this wednesday morning. it's the 29th of april 2015. and history was just made in florida. nik wallenda walking atop the orlando eye. he's making his way down slowly but surely atop the pod that carried him up there. we'll talk to him in a few moments. morning, everyone. nice to have you back here. beautiful day on our plaza. >> it's stunning here. by the way, another reason to celebrate. sit, wrangler. down. another reason to celebrate.
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it is international guide dog day. wrangler marking the occasion with us out here on the plaza. sit, wrangle. >> there are 10,000 guide dog teams currently working in the u.s. most spend four to six months undergoing formal training with professional instructor who users can travel around independently and safely. if you want to be a volunteer puppy raiser for a guide dog, head over to >> i like that sign. skipping school to meet wrangler. wet happen. what going on with the weather? >> wet weather in florida moving into the southeast. showers into the pacific no gorgeo day in l.a. with a high of 86 degrees. tomorrow wet weather in the mid-atlantic coast, back into interior sections of ohio and the appalachians. showers coming across the central plains. the heat continues in the southwest. 100 degrees phoenix today. i should say tomorrow. 84 in los angeles, some clouds. temperatures mid 60s to 70 for
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good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a beautiful day ahead. grab your sunglasses. we'll see bright sunshine all day long. look at those temperatures, into the 70s this afternoon. tomorrow a different story. clouds arrive. we'll see morning sunshine and late day showers that will be light. 68 degrees on thursday. turning chillier on friday. a high near 60. but the rain will be falling at times on friday. then it moves out just in time for the weekend. a warmer day sunday for the blue cross broad street run. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. as the field of talented performers trimmed by two once again. and we get closer to the final. we are talking about tensi >> reporter: after a week of rehearsing performing and a little time to let loose, the party ended last night for two of the top eight artists on "the voice." >> america saved india carney!
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you're moving on. >> reporter: bad news for those sent home and also for the ones moving on to the next round. >> each week this group gets cut down shorter and shorter. it's a competition at the end of the day, but it sucks. >> reporter: not only for hannah and corey, but for blake shelton. the on singcoach to lose any singers this week. just six remain including india carney and kimberly cole from team christina. coach pharrell also has two team members left. and blake is tied with coach adam levine with just one artist still in the running. >> i don't want him to be the . >> reporter: it'll go down to five when one more gets eliminated next week. for "today," carson daly nbc news los angeles. >> and you can catch it all monday and tuesday nights at 8:00/7:00 central ri on
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there's over two hundred thousand students in philadelphia. jim kenney and tony williams are fighting over public schools versus charters. i think they're both's making sure they all get a good education. teachers should have their contracts respected. they also should be held accountable. and it's wrong philadelphia gets less school funding than other parts of pennsylvania. i'll work with harrisburg to change that. but if they refuse i'll take them to federal court. as mayor i'll do what's right for them.
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>> announcer: viva today is brought to you b. >> this week on viva today, we are celebrating the heritage. pitbull burst onto the scene more than a decade ago. we caught up with him at a place that's become close to his heart. ♪ don't stop the party ♪ >> reporter: the party never seems to stop when pitbull is around. but for the performer also known as mr. worldwide, no place holds more meaning than this slam
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academy in his hometown of miami. >> how proud do you feel when you walk in. >> it's a charter school he helped found. we toured with him when it was under construction. and look at it now. this school which specializes in sports leadership and management is graduating its first class this year. this is not about becoming a superstar athlete. sports is something you love you can be an agent, lawyer, broadcaster. >> reporter: 950 students currently attend slam. from grade 6 to 12 -- 2,000 more on the list to get in. >> when i see these kids i see me. >> reporter: in the 1980s pitbull was one of these kids. born armando, he was raised by his mother. >> there was a time in your life in which you drifted away and
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lost track. and your mother kind of set you back on track with tough love. >> yes. >> reporter: it was a hard lesson. tell me about that period and what worked with you. >> my mother is everything. my mother taught me to survive which is the most important lesson in life i feel. >> reporter: what kind of student were you when you were growing up. >> i'm not saying i was a bad student in no way, shape, or form. but i think being in the public school system i didn't get that attention or affection. only two teachers gave it to me. >> reporter: it's incredible the difference that a teach ker do in the life of a student. >> absolutely. >> reporter: this year slam will graduate 65 students including gabby marquez. when you look around the school and kids talk to you, what do they tell you? >> when i first came, it was pitbull, mr. 305. now i come through and it's there goes pit again. >> reporter: this home grown star is happy to be at home
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amongst the next generation. and he'll never forget his roots what is it for you to be latino? >> to see the way our culture is growing and being embraced not only in the united states but throughout the whole world. and they're starting to see, wow, these people are our people. so i'm very proud. >> we love him. he's like the honorary musician of the "today" show. totally. by the way, tomorrow on viva today, natalie will catch up with marc anthony. she'll be at the latin billboards tonight. up next the secret to sam smith's weight loss success. his nutritionist tries comfort food recipes that are actually good for you. but first this is "t
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kohl's. >> 8:41. we're back with our ongoing series called start today. this morning the secret to sam smith's weight loss success. the soulful singer and grammy winner hn showing off his slimmed down figure of late. it's all thanks to one woman who he says changed his life. in a moment she's going to have healthy food swaps you can make at home. but first, here's nbc's keir ♪ >> reporter: from london england, i always expect hugh grant to come around the corner. comes a nutritionist who wants to change the way the world eats. >> let's get reds in. next some avocados. we've all got busy lives but you cannot change your health unless you make the time. >> reporter: she made that change. her book "eat nourish grow." although she loved her job, i
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felt exhaust time she said of that period. i had recurrent colds and infections. so she changed her diet and her life. now she advises stars on their diet like james cordon boy george and look at the dramatic tmplgs on sam smith. he called her a woman who completely changed my life. prince charles. and now you're in my kitchen. >> lucky you. >> reporter: with all her clients, it begins with a consultation. so i'll have breakfast cereal coffee and then coffee and then coffee. a sandwich. >> the first things that jump out at me are bagels. sugar, sugar, sugar. this is another form of sugar. >> reporter: then back at her place she shows me how to cook healthily. so you taught sam smith how to make this? >> i don't talk about my clients. but i do teach them how to cook.
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>> reporter: look at that. and the best part. mm. it's good. so eat well and enjoy it. and a glass of red wine. >> just a little bit. >> reporter: f "today," keir simmons. >> cheers. to your health. >> reporter: nbc news london. >> and amelia is here with us now. nice to have you with us. good morning. >> thanks for having me. >> before we cook and we're going to cook a great recipe here, comfort food that's better for you. can we talk about philosophy. what's your food philosophy? >> i believe we've all got to get back in touch with real food. stop eating processed, convenience foods. get back in our kitchens and just get that little bit healthier. >> you want people to really examine their nutritional habits. what's the first step? >> i do think it's about cooking from scratch. making sure you're using real produce. i think a lot of people see nutrition, healthy diets about being about depravation and
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misery. we shouldn't fear it. >> depravation and misery are not good words in the kitchen. >> exactly. it's all about having fun and enjoying the food. >> sam says you changed his life. this is a comfort food that millions of people in this country eat every single day. but you're going to make it healthy. chicken nuggets. >> yeah. i made this because my niece and nephew love junk food. i wanted them to know they could have yummy food. it's a simple recipe. i've got chicken i soaked in coconut milk. mix it in coconut flour. >> so dredge it in that. >> absolutely. and i've got some herbs and spices here. >> do you want me to do that? >> sure. >> even though i just touched wrangler for a whole segment. i'm kidding. i washed. i washed my hands, i did. so dredge those in there. >> we just want to mix those around. >> that worked out really well. that's nice. okay.
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>> i'll do the rest. i'll do the dirty work. then i've got finely ground coconut. >> if someone is not a huge fan of coconut, obviously you have the coconut milk. do you have to do this step? >> no. absolutely not. this is quite coconut heavy. but you can use any other nut flour or ground nuts which gives a nice flavor. >> here's one of the big differences. people do chicken nuggets and fry them. and you're baking them. >> exactly. it takes no time at all. >> so those are going to pop in the oven. how long are they going to cook? >> about 10 to 15 minutes until golden brown. i'm going to pour in cokeconut oil. >> while that's cooking we're going to make a salsa with it? why is it good to eat in. >> everybody likes flavor. that's the key to eating healthy food. that you're getting lovely hits of flavor to the palate. i've got mango here. everyone loves that.
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gives sweetness. we've got red onion, coriander or cilantro as you call it and a bit of chili. so it's a nice agssian -- yeah go to it. a nice asian spicy flavor. this is a soy-free sauce. it has that same sauce. >> soy free is important because? >> not for everyone. for me i don't like soy because i'm sensitive to it. but it's a healthier version. >> how do we then serve that. >> these are the nuggets that have been made up. and i like to set them in a lettuce leaf so you get that nice crunch. and spoon over a bit of the salsa. >> okay. it looks fantastic. here we go over here. by the way, this is a pizza with a very different crust. >> it's a cauliflower pizza. it's all about enjoying junk food or comfort food. and this is my version of a healthy bolognese vegetable as noodles.
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>> great to have you here. thanks very much. hopefully you can change our lives as well. for more on amelia's recipes and good for you health strategy head to our website on up next we're sending savannah off to australia with tips from a couple of famous aussies auss
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that was the scene just a little while ago.wallenda's historic walk on top of the orlando eye unfolded live on our show. >> and nik celebrated by doing what else? a selfie from 400 feet up in the air. yeah. we caught him doing that. >> not the first thing i would think of doing up there. >> but let's see the product of that. not too bad. nik wallenda on top of the world. at least orlando, florida, anyway. he's back with us now on solid ground. hey, nik. what's next? >> well i am working on a bunch of huge events right now. stuff all over the world. hopefully the two tallest twin towers in malaysia. i'm working on something in england. hopefully something in london soon. stuff in abu dhabi. worldwide stuff. >> we look forward to it. you always amaze us nik.
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it's incredible how calm you stay during all of this. thanks for sharing with us live. all right? >> thanks so much guys. >> and we're going to see him live on the plaza tomorrow on "today." we'll get to congratulate him in person. >> all right. meantime savannah is get g set for an adventure of her own. she's heading to australia for our special mom i love you because week leading up to mother's day. she's going to be live in sydney on monday with her mom and before she leaves we asked a few of australia's famous faces to give us a bit of advice. >> hey, savannah. how you doing b? i know you're going to australia soon. part of the reason for doing that is to take your mom on a pilgrimage to the place where you we so for a start, happy mother's day to your mum. >> savannah you're off to sydney. what am i standing on? >> go to the harbors and see the weather. if you want to cuddle a koala, that's where you need to go.
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>> love things with a pouch. kangaroos have a pouch. a wombat's pouch is actually the other way around. oh my everything. please see a platypus. we have a lot of creepy crawly things. like look at this. this is an actual photo of a spider that i took in my house in sydney savannah. >> my two tips for australia are to do the beach cliff walk because it's stunning. and to go to bill's which is a beautiful cafe on crown street and get the ricotta pancakes. >> don't ask any questions. stop talking. just do it. go and check out the australian madame tussauds wax museum. i'm not just saying that because they have a wax figure of me there. savannah. >> the most important phrase when visiting australia, yeah i'll give that a go.
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>> that's a nice one. >> i know. >> you're excited about this. >> i am truly excited. some of the best trips i've got ton take just the thought of getting to go where i was born. i haven't been there since i was 2 years old. and going with my mom is exciting. >> it all kicks off monday with savannah live in sydney. the other women of "today" will celebrate their moms as well throughout the week. >> you could walk the sydney bridge. >> you put that in the suggestion box, al. meantime we have a couple of lads on our couch this morning. ellie kemper and jan krakowski are here for the next hour. >> we're back! >> willie's off. natalie had to leave early. tamron's gone. >> so we're on. for better or worse. >> they came back. and their boss tina fey will be joining us. >> wow. >> i don't know who to be more worried for. . >> we have to be very good now.
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>> you're in "unbreakable kimmy schmidt" which didn't matt have a pivotal role in that? >> pivotal. i was telling matt a moment ago watching his scene was the reason i said yes. >> no no. >> he shot his scene before you were on. >> that's right. >> we were costars in that. >> that was the first day of shooting. >> that's right. when you get to work with real actors and actresses we realize are. you watch them do their lines and it's effortless and i'm sweating. >> that's not true. >> you were great. >> you memorized it right away. >> did you keep your clothes on? >> i did. >> all right. fantastic. >> but next season on netflix, yeah matt. >> you look like you're having fun on the show. >> so much fun. >> do you have a "today" show co-hosting dream? obviously being next to al roker. >> we live the dream. >> y. >> we are so excited about this. we really are.
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you're fun. >>nk f having us back. >> them and tina fey coming up in the next hour. much more ahead on a wednesday morning.
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>> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning. i'm chris cato. it's ees's 8:56. time to check in with meteorologist bill henley. stale gorgeous morning. >> so far so good. it will turn into a gorgeous afternoon. the sunshine is going to stay and the temperatures are climbing. already 63 degrees in philadelphia. look at alan town and redding up to 60 and 63 degrees thousand in
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millville. plenty of sunshine. temperatures will continue to climb by 4:00 this afternoon into the middle 70s. >> a police officer in philadelphia is recovering after crashing his cruiser into a guardrail. this happened around 4:30 this morning on cruisetown road near rising town in bustleton. the officer was responding to a rbry call and lost control going around a curve. he suffered a bump on oh the head and was taken to the hospital. a 15-year-old wanted for a deadly shooting on easter sunday turned himself this yesterday. brandon spearman is charged with attempted murder. he and another teen fired shots that killed 18-year-old tymir bright and injured two teenaged girls after a fight broke out in hadden township at a party. pennsylvania governor tom wolf hired a professor to assess the risk of oh an oil train accident in the area. the prof are sor will try to identify high risk areas and
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recommend safety measures. governor wolf said pennsylvania has some of of the largest shipments of crude oil by rail and one-third of last year's train derailments were caused by flaws in the track. i'm chris cato. you can get the latest news and weather through the nbc 10 app. now back to the "today" show. have are a great wednesday.
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this morning on "today's take," emmy winner tina fey is here bringing the laughs back to 30 rock. and find out how unbreakable ellie kemper and jane krakowski are as my co-hosts. and we say hello to a music sensation. who is fancy. right now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, will gee geist and tamron haulll. >> welcome to "today." april 29th 2015. the crowd burgeoning because they knew we have special co-hosts. willie, natalie, and tamron have been locked in a closet so we
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could bring back ellie kemp enandenkemper and jane krakowski back. they star in netflix series "unbreakable kimmy schmidt." >> and your old boss is here. >> she is not natalie morales and this is happening. >> whether you like it or not. >> is it too soon, al? >> not too soon. in fact, we had to invite you back. ellie, your mom said she was very impressed. you had the anchor card. >> they were impressed by my anchor card shelf. >> the card tap. >> you've got it down. >> all together now. >> there we go. >> for those who have not seen ellie play kimmy, she's starting a new life in new york after being rescued from a doomsday cult. and she plays a nanny.
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and of course jane -- the comedy -- >> and then the comedy ensues. >> and you are her boss jacqueline voorhies. >> i love how you say it. i've got to say it like that. >> let's see how jacqueline and kimmy interact. >> i know you don't think you can live on your divorce settlement, but you're tough. you survived julian cheating and buckley breast-feeding long after his teeth came in. >> he was born with a full set. >> so if my roomie and i can live here on nothing, you're strong enough to get by on 12 -- >> wait. you live here? certainly this can't be all of it. i know. i'll go upstairs. >> oh, you cut out the best part. she's climbing up the desk. >> she cannot believe that -- >> people only live in one level. >> no. impossible for you to wrap your mind around. >> we had an incredible time with the show. tina is here today, i get
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nervous with our boss is coming. but what an awesome trifecta of unbreakable ladies. >> that's right. good luck breaking through. >> oh, my gosh. i'm able to just leave. so when you were here last week, we showed one of your first tv commercials. >> yeah. >> you had a -- take a look. there it is. >> yep. there it is. yeah. the tarantula did all the work for me. >> and you still have that tent. >> i do. >> and jane we did not want you to feel left out. so we found a couple of your early commercials. let's take a look at -- oh you smell good -- fabric softener. >> sharon, you're sick and your daughter won't do the laundry. >> because it's all dad's work clothes. the laundry smells horrible. >> use the new clean free i bought.
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>> referee: >> it fights odors before washing. >> so's the laundry thanks to cling free. >> oh! that is gold! >> thank you so much. thank you. >> little jacqueline right there. >> it's a little shocking. i haven't developed that much as an actress. you know how you have throwback thursday. this is like we all start somewhere wednesday. >> how about this cutting edge video game? >> oh we got more. oh, there's more. >> like, what are we going to do? >> don't worry. >> awesome. totally cool. >> solar box. >> can i drive now? >> oh, that's fantastic. you are a solar fox. >> wow. thank you. >> that was a sonic squeal. how did you do that? >> i was acting. good night, everybody. it's been great being here
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today. it's amazing i have any encouragement to stay in show business. >> those are phenomenal. >> that is great. wow. all right. so i assume you guys were fans of the show "friends"? >> 100%. >> loved it. >> have you been part of that group clamoring for a reboot, reunion? >> i know there's been a lot of demand for a reunion. i haven't personally been clamor clamoring for it, but i wouldn't reject it. >> no clamoring? >> movie version, something like that? teased every day it's going to happen. >> guess what. it ain't happening. the comedy's cocreator says there will never ever be a "friends" reunion. she said nope, never going to happen. show is over. so move on with your lives. >> all right. well i'm glad i wasn't clamoring. what a letdown. >> so it could happen. >> never. i think they're smart not doing this. because you could never live up
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to everybody's expectations. >> no. and sometimes you need to let a good thing just be done. >> i agree with that. i absolutely agree. although i'd be on board to do any sort of "30 rock" reunion. because i've got to keep working. i'm ready. let's go. >> you can talk to tina in the next segment. >> yeah, yeah. >> we can lobby her. here's the deal. kate is still waiting. william and kate's wedding anniversary and we are still waiting for baby number two. it's believed the duchess of cambridge several days overdue. have you been following this? >> i love this and i love baby watch. i loved wedding wa ch. i woke up in the middle of the night to watch them do the ceremony. i'm into it. >> i can't believe that was four years ago. >> i know. >> that's a college -- people were freshmen when they got married. >> this is why we love kate and -- yesterday. that wasn't yesterday. but it seemed like yesterday. she was actually photographed driving into buckingham palace
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on her own. just like that. >> i love it. >> that's fantastic. >> and she then hooked up a trailer to the back and was moving furniture. >> late in the pregnancy you get a burst of energy. >> that's right. >> nesting and everything. >> we love it. coming up next -- now did you guys -- >> by the way, i want you to know i did the tap. >> let's all do that right now. all together. >> all right. okay. go to jane's commercial again? >> no. when you were struggling actress actresses you had resumes. did you think of the font in the resume? >> i didn't give much thought to it. i probably should have. >> i don't think there were fonts. >> i used charcoal and a piece of wood. folks at bloomberg asked three
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experts the best and worst fonts to use on a resume. the worst, times new roman. that's what that looks like. >> i use that all the time when just typing. >> it seems classic. i don't understand why. >> they say it's the equivalent of wearing sweat pants to an interview. >> newspapers are times new roman. >> "the times" is. they also say avoid comic sans because that looks like a cartoon. >> look how fun. >> it's fun, but not for a resume. they do like garamont which is actually your character's brother. garamond voorhies. the best font for a resume -- >> i think they're like nail polish. >> helvetica. >> boom. my font of choice. >> now let's take a look. we love this video in a game between the indians and kansas
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city royals. there was a foul ball that ends in the mostly empty sections of the seats. so this guy is in the back. he's got his beer. he sees the foul ball, so he loses his phone, dumps half the beer. but he's got the ball. nobody else is clamoring to get the ball. >> my gosh. wow. >> got the ball. then he realizes he's got to find his phone. >> look how calm he is. who's filming this whole incident? >> i think it's the camera crew. somebody's always there. >> that's incredible. >> by the way, you did a handicraft. you have something. >> it's been a great time presenting here with you and being on the show with you, ellie. you know, when people have great success in like action movies they get an action figure. and i think you may know about these guys. since you are now television comedy episode we have crochet people as a gift to you ellie i
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would like to present you with your little kimmy doll. >> these are incredible. >> that by the way can you see? the shoes light up. >> but turn it around. you even got kimmy on the backpack. >> oh my gosh. no, no. this is -- >> you've arrived. >> i'll have to shuffle this one. >> oh my gosh. >> who made them? >> allison huffman. she always has a lot to do in her life so she has free time to do these. but it's so cool. like my dog and all the characters. they've all been made. >> again the attention to detail is extraordinary. >> there's a little zipper back there. >> forget it. >> i'm going to do the weather. you can play with your dolls. >> we'll play with the dolls. >> while i do the weather.
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we're walking over. this has been -- and i still have more to do with them. this is great. you can see we've got a lot of heavy rain down through southern florida. miami, you're going to be looking at wet weather all day today. luckily things cleared out in time for nik wallenda in orlando. you can see we've got a lot of wet weather especially down through southern florida. upwards of 1 to 2 inches in some regions. much of the country looking nice. highs up into the mid-70s in the northeast with the exception of new england. and northeasterly flow going to keep you in the 50s. 86 and sunshine in good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a beautiful day ahead. grab your sunglasses. we'll see bright sunshine all day long. look at those temperatures, into the 70s this afternoon. tomorrow a different story. clouds arrive. we'll see morning sunshine and late day showers that will be light. 68 degrees on thursday. turning chillier on friday. a high near 60. but the rain will be falling at times on friday.
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we miss liz lemon. but now we have tina fey here. >> hi, everybody. >> she just so happens to be our boss now. tina wrote and stars in our show "unbreakable kimmy schmidt." >> she plays a prosecutor who attempts to take down the cult leader who put the women in the bunker. >> i love it. see, this is why we moved here. anonymity. >> we're just marsha and kris. >> he's in jail now. who has four thumbs and loosened that jelly jar? the only thing that's important here is for you and me to see where this relationship can go. >> wow. tina, good morning. >> good morning, al. >> i love that wig. >> thank you. interesting trivia. that wig is literally the same wig we used to use for liz lemon's flashbacks. we only have the one wig. reperming it.
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i feel like very at home in it. >> yeah. >> it's fantastic. how much did that wig cost? do you know? >> at least $30. >> wow. that's special. you wanted to write something specifically for ellie. >> yes. robert who is not here today because he wouldn't wear a dress is co-creator of the show. he ran "30 rock" with me. i've known him forever. we were trying to write a show for nbc. and they said would you want to develop for ellie kemper. we said we would. so we sat around far pleasant sort of two weeks thinking about ellie kemper. >> i'm sorry? anyway, i'm glad you agreed to think about me. >> we agreed you should be locked up. in a bunker. >> yeah. >> and then when you thought okay, who could play a vain self-centered shallow socialite
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you immediately thought jane krakowski. >> i mean, it was sort of good luck for us in we were writing with jane in mind. we knew at the time jane was not available because people do different pilots for tv shows. miraculous she became available. i called her the moment i heard the news broke. we got to spend hundreds of hours together for seven years. and so you really want to just get the band back together as much as possible. and our crew the crew of the show is mostly the "30 rock" crew which is nice. >> i'm the new person coming onto it. it's interesting how much everybody loves each other because they all came back. >> we snuggle in bed together in a shot. >> that was our first scene. >> they start with the most intimate scenes. >> we should do that on our show. we all snuggle together. >> start with the colonoscopy. >> by the way, the theme song for this show is pretty neat.
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>> thank you. my husband jeff richmond wrote this theme song and it's what they call an ear worm. >> listen to it a little bit. ♪ >> what does an ear worm mean? >> it means it gets stuck in your head and you can't get rid of it. >> it's true. it's embarrassing. i find myself singing our own theme song because it's so catchy. but it's like self-promoting but i'm not. it's just an ear worm. >> and you are not letting any grass go under your feet. you've got a new movie coming out from universal. >> yeah. there's so much corporate synergy going on here. it's amazing. also i'm going to show you a dishwasher. >> we got rid of that company. that's out. >> not a little bit? >> no. sorry. >> french water? >> no. >> amy poehler.
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>> we did a movie that comes out called "sisters" where we play sisters. and this is in sort of a -- basically we're grown women who our parents are selling the house and they say come get your junk out of the house which we've all experienced. and we decided we should have one more high school style party in the house. and it's got great old friends like mya rudolph rachel dratch. and it comes out the same day as "star wars." so "star wars" has legs, it's going to be there. you don't have to see it the first weekend. >> in the trailer you say, amy, we're home. we got a game we wanted to play. is i said we have the whole family here. we want to see -- okay. we're going to ask you questions and you determine who is most likely to. >> like a high school yearbook style? >> that's right. who's most likely to slip on a
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banana peel? oh. >> always up for a gag. >> who is most talkative? >> oh. >> who most likely to have mismatched socks? wow. who is most likely to set the kitchen on fire while cooking? >> unanimous! yes! >> do you know where the kitchen is? >> i don't know where it is or cook in it. that's the next segment. >> who's most likely to walk into a fountain while texting? >> oh. >> well. that's hard.
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>> okay. all right. there you go. all right. where's the strangest place you ever -- no. that's the wrong thing. >> delaware. >> who is most likely to want to co-host with me again? >> oh! >> yea! everybody! thank you so much tina. "unbreakable kimmy schmidt" streaming on netflix. it was great having you here. coming up, he's a music sensation with a hit song three videos, but the question remains. who is fancy? you will find out here live
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>> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning. i'm tracy davidson. let's get your are first alert forecast from meteorologist bill henley. >> a beautiful day. sunshine, nice and bright. the temperatures are quickly moving up. look. not a cloud in the sky over center city. right now in philadelphia 63 degrees. 60s across delaware and south jersey. it's the pocono mountains this the low 50s headed into the 60 ohs this afternoon. pr the rest of the area 70s. by 2:00 this afternoon, 73 degrees. >> philadelphia police are looking for a man they say committed a carjacking and crashed overnight. investigators say he stole a car and crashed into a parked car. the man grabbed the car at gun
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point. the driver wasn't hurt. a state lawmaker running for mayor of chester said it is time to do something about the city's escalating violence. he'll detail the plan todayment many the past week there will be three murders and several shootings in chester. camden is a promise zone. the president launched the program to create jobs, and reduce crime. camden is now included. the city will have priority access to federal resources that could have been difficult to secure in the past. just four days until the blue cross broad street run takes over philadelphiament you can watch it on on nbc 10 and telemundo 62. live coverage begins sunday at 8:00 a.m. another update in 25 minutes. get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. it's a free download. now back to the "today" show. have a great day.
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taking a look another the headlines. a new report finds more than four in ten americans are breathing air that's unhealthy. 138 million americans live where pollution levels are unsafe. the air improved in the eastern part of the country but the west got worse. bismarck, north dakota and ft. myers florida are two of the cleanest cities. breast-feeding may be beneficial in reducing the mother's risk of breast cancer later in life. researchers looked at 1600 women with breast cancer and those who breast-fed had a less chance of it reoccurring. changing your diet could
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affect your risk for colon cancer. 20 african-americans and 20 south africans swapped diets for two weeks. the study found the south african corn meal and bean diet reduced the risk factors for colon factors among the african-american group. while the african-american diet includesed the risk factors among the south african group. the researchers were surprised. it only took two weeks for it to make a difference. message on a bottle creating an uproar. the tagline on bud light says the perfect beer for removing no from your vocabulary for the night. they said they will remove the tagline saying quote, this particular message missed the mark and we regret it. google is hoping to become your personal fashion consultant. if you're wondering what's trending in fashion google has answers. twice a year it's issuing
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fashion trend reports. this spring it's midi skirts and jogger pants. now let's head over to al for a check of the weather. good morning. >> i'm not wearing any of those. >> you might want to try it on your day off. some jogger pants. why not? >> all right sheinelle. thanks so much. let's show you what we've got for today. wet weather in the southeast. some heavy down in southern florida. in between, fairly nice weather. here in the northeast we're going to have another gorgeous day. new england on the chillier side. tomorrow the cool air continues in new england. temperatures drop down a bit here in the northeast. wet weather moves into the mid-atlantic coast. showers in the central plains. west coast looking fantastic. hundred degrees in phoenix. 84 in los angeles. look for a high of 77 that's what's going o good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a beautiful day ahead.
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grab your sunglasses. we'll see bright sunshine all day long. look at those temperatures, into the 70s this afternoon. tomorrow a different story. clouds arrive. we'll see morning sunshine and late day showers that will be light. 68 degrees on thursday. turning chillier on friday. a high near 60. but the rain will be falling at times on friday. then it moves out just in time for the weekend. a warmer day sunday for the blue cross broad street run. have a great day. >> and that is your latest weather. now with 5 million streams of his single "good-bye" who is fancy has become one of the most talked about artists of the year. >> let's look at how it began. >> reporter: it was the music mystery that had everyone wondering just exactly who is fancy. the singer/song writer between the breakup anthem "good-bye." >> the rage on the internet is to figure out who the person is. >> reporter: backed by scooter braun, fancy's real name, face,
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and identity were kept completely secret for months. instead releasing three different music videos using faux fancies. the song quickly attracted superstar fans from kacey musgraves to meghan trainor allingall dying to know. >> it sounds like sam smith mixed with simon. >> reporter: finally it was time for the big reveal. earlier this month who is fancy took center stage on "the tonight show." and after a few more teases faced his fans for the first time. >> so cool. >> wow. >> fancy, good morning. >> good morning. >> so nice to meet you. your performance on the"the tonight show" was incredible. >> having to guess who he's is and now he's here is phenomenal.
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>> why do that? >> i think vanity plays a big part in everything. and i come from the south in nashville. grew up in arkansas. so when i started the music thing, all the questions were is he gay, not day, all the things not about the music. when i went into the whole thing i didn't want my music to be talked about in a way where it was my sexuality or how i looked or the way i appeared to people. i wanted it to be about my music, about the song. and the story behind it. so i wanted to reveal my heart before they knew exactly who i was. i didn't want any of my makeup or who i am or the krass siness to be a distraction to my art. so i went underground, if you will. >> exactly. >> as people were guessing all along who it might be, was there anybody that you said, that's great. or no, i don't want them to say that. >> people thought i was you.
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>> i would take that. >> we have vocal palate. >> we'll do a duet one day. >> don't say that. >> i really loved being compared to ne-yo. when people were saying that, i loved it. ryan tedder is one of my musical inspirations with his writing and performing. when that rumor went out i was stoked about that. i was sad no one compared me to beyonce. >> we all are. >> if i'm being honest, i think it's beyonce and then me. so i thought there would be a comparison. >> i don't think jay z would agree. >> he'll learn to love me. >> so now that you've stepped out front and center, what's it been like? >> i mean, it's been kind of crazy. the night i did fallon was, i mean, i went from doing absolutely nothing for a year. just listening to my song be
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everywhere to fallon. that was kind of crazy. it was kind of from the bottom to the top. >> you erased all your presence on social media. and now you're alive again. >> here i am. i can finally take my selfies again. i posted a very strong one this morning. you can go look at it like it. share it. oh, there they are. check that out. that's the year everyone didn't see. >> that's fantastic. >> that was my year underground. >> you're a great talent. are you recording now? >> yeah. we're working on the album. hopefully out in the summer. >> we want more of you. >> thank you. >> you're so fancy. can't pay for that, sorry. >> you obviously know our program. up next, you know her as one of the popular shows "sister sister." tia mowry is take over our kitchen with a little help from ellie and jane for a girls'
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later. it's ladies night. these ladies are about to cook up. tia movery has been in the business for 20 years. she and twin sister tamera starred in "sister sister." and then she was in "the game." >> i don't know why we're talking like this. now she's here and giving viewers a taste of the life on her new cooking show. good morning. >> good morning. >> tia mowry nice to see you. >> nice to see you.
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>> do you ladies cook? >> no. >> no? >> where are we? what's happening? >> will you help me out today? >> please. >> we have a cornish hen. it's basically a baby chicken. and i like to stuff my cornish hen with some lemon. so let's go. let's dive in. lemon. >> jane got nervous. >> put it directly in the cavity. >> in the cavity. >> yes. that is what it is. >> different show. >> and then we're going to put butter on top. so coat the hen with some butter. this browns the hen making it nice and delicious. we're going to add some salt to the top of it. pepper. and a little seasoning. we're going to transfer these bad boys over to here in the roasting pan with carrots and potatoes. >> yum. >> and this one's already kind of done so we'll do that.
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>> are you scared of it? >> a little. >> add some chicken broth. >> is it one per person basically? >> yes. exactly. over here i have my greens cooking. you want to help me out a bit? can you put the seasonings into this bowl? stir and then add one teeaspoon. then i already cut this out of the collard greens. so you roll them up like this like a cigar. >> okay. is that how it goes in the pot or nothing to do with that? >> i cut them in bite sized pieces like that. >> this smells so good. i feel like if you're depressed, this could heal. >> add some water into the pot. >> do you cook like this at home all the time? >> i do, yes. i cook for my son.
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i cook for my husband. i cook for my husband's friends. it's just something i like to do. >> wow, they are very lucky people. >> so we are going to put the greens into the pot. we'll let this simmer. you have to put the chicken broth in there. and then the smoked ham hock. and if you don't like pork, you can use smoked turkey or just no meat at all. and we'll put our vinegar in there. and then we are going to let this simmer for about two hours and stir every 20 minutes. so here it is right here. i would love for you girls to taste it. >> the finished product. my gosh. >> so dig in. >> you got some dessert too. >> yes. i have my almond butter brownies over here. i put chocolate chips and walnuts in there. and i sprinkled salt on top. >> how are you? how is your sister? >> she's amazing. she's great. she's seven months pregnant. so she's almost due. she's having a girl.
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so i'm really excited. >> you'll be an aunt again. >> i know right. >> i'm going to taste these because i love collard greens. >> guys, thank you so much. the recipes are on and at home with tia mowry premieres tonight on cooking channel. check your local listings. coming up the 15-year-old rubik's cube phenom showing us how he broke the world record in just over five seconds. right after these messages.
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frustration. this guy is amazing. >> he set a world record solving a rubik's cube in 5.25 seconds. and as you can see this is a big deal. this is heartwarming. look at that. makes me happy. >> it's like you want to see it? want to see it again? >> oh, it's pure joy. >> hello, collin. congratulations. >> thank you. thanks for having me. >> thanks for coming on the show today. i was curious to learn there are different rubik's cubes you can buy that might move quicker or slower. >> there are lots of different brands and cubes and mechanisms they use. some turn faster than others. some turn smoother than others and so on. >> so you bring your own to a competition? >> yeah. you can choose whatever cube you want as long as the stickers are okay you can use it. >> so there's no -- what is the advantage to having certain -- i
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don't know -- >> some are easier to turn than others. >> can you show us like you did earlier today? it was impressive. and go. >> this is insane. >> what? >> wow. that's crazy. >> can you show us how to do this? >> watch this. the animals come out to play. >> maybe three in a row. >> ours are artsier. >> i know you didn't win anything. we've got something special for you. we're going to give you tickets to top of the rock for you and your family. why don't you all come over? come on over. come on, come on, come on. that's your dad, your brother,
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and your sister. guys, thank you. thank you, collin. >> thank you. >> we're back in a moment. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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i'm going on record. >> yes. >> the best "today's take" ever. ellie kemper, jane krakowski, tina fey fancy. are you guys going to come back? >> whenever you'll have us. >> and you know what the best part is? willie, tamron and natalie missed it all! >> we missed you. and willie happy birthday. >> oh yeah. happy birthday. >> willie. it's actually sunday. but that's close enough. >> who cares. you guys were awesome! we have christian slater. >> we have bunch of stuff. first
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>> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. >> good wednesday morning. i'm tracy davidson. let's get your forecast from meteorologist bill henley. good morning spp good morning. you are need your sunglasses this morning and through the afternoon. the skies will be clear. look at the sunny view from center city. the temperatures have been climbing. right now, 67 in northeast philadelphia. and atlantic city. while wilmington is 66. up to 62 degrees in allenub
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town. beautiful sunny day. cures mild. er warmer than normal. into the 70s. >> happening today prosecutors from across pennsylvania will push for state-funded preschool programs to keep kids away from crime. law enforcement leaders will discuss the prek for p.a. campaign. the program calls for expanding preschool access to at risk children through funding. prek education could reduce the number of children who end up in jail later in life. happening now, five of the six democratic hopefuls for philadelphia mayor are finishing a candidate forum are you. since 8:00 they have been discussing jobs and other issues at the philadelphia works office in center city. here's a look at the democratic candidates. lynn abraham, doug oliver, milton street and anthony williams. the only republican candidate is melissa murray. the primary is may 19. just four days until the blue cross broad street run takes over philadelphia. watch live on nbc 10 and our
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> from nbc news, this is "today," with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockafeller plaza. ♪ >> it's hump day. >> it is. >> also known around here as wines day wednesday. sounds so funny hump day. april 29th everybody. >> the song called "nobody love" by tori kelly. >> "nobody love". >> we're all supposed to love. >> nobody. nobody love. nobody. i can't help it. can you look over there? >> look what's going on over here. >> we wouldn't let them leave and they're coming on with booze
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because that's what these ladies do. >> we're here for the host ambush. thank you so much. >> that's all for me. thank you so much. >> thank you, hello nbc. good morning. >> good morning. gosh, i'm kathie lee. >> this is hoda. >> we're never leaving. we're going to be on the 20th hour of the "today" show. >> the umpteenth. >> we want your opinion on something. >> yes. >> if you saw a guy who looked like this. >> okay. >> oh. hello. >> what would you say to him? what would you say to him? >> i would think what is he training for? is he an athlete. >> is that your paddle or are you happy to see me? >> oh. >> you're going to get your chance. come on over here, yosef. >> no way. >> hello. yosef. >> you see. >> wow. >> he's been talking all day just like a normal --
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>> tell you which camera to look at. >> hello. >> also a man who brings his own microphone. >> a man that brings his own. >> or happy to see you. >> where were you paddling like that? >> i was in hawaii. >> who took that photo? a dolphin? >> my friend hanna took it. >> that's -- wait. that's incredible. >> get involved. >> we're blushing. >> 50 shades of beat red. >> he said he's working on a movie "50 shades of beat red"? we're constantly embarrassing him. >> share in a moment. one more thing with us. >> what? >> hoda's words of wisdom. assume the position. >> this is what i like to do. get everyone in the zen position jane. >> sorry. >> here we are. if it's important to you you'll find a way. if it's not you'll find an excuse. what does everyone --
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>> okay. >> all right. >> and scene. >> and scene. >> thank you so much. >> "new york times" best-selling author and author -- i bet there's four of them right here right now. >> i think i'm needed downstairs. i have to run. >> no. they're going to escort you out. >> yes they are. >> you guys. >> ladies have your way with him. >> thank you so much. >> thank you guys. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> you remember the way out right? >> oh, yes. >> we know the way out. bye. >> thank you so much. >> thank you for having us. >> it's a wrap. >> the people have spoken. bye-bye, everybody. >> bye-bye. >> yosef. >> that is what you call -- >> yeah. >> bye-bye. >> they're flirting. >> look what's happening. >> let's linger. >> oh,.
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snoo>> that's what you call milking it. oh, my gosh. we had such a reaction yesterday you guys, to yosef's picture and the fast that he lost 50 pounds since he started here. >> most people gain weight when they work here. it's a normal thing we do. when you're yosef you tone up. his twitter page and facebook, exploded big time. we're going to delve into that later and figure out what we can do for yosef later. >> or what we can do with you and yosef. >> we're going to save zachary for next week. >> we have other people around here. >> yeah. don't worry. we want to point out that christian slater is going to be with us this morning. >> yes. >> he co-starred on a crazy new show. >> called "mr. robot" one of the shows that a guy named rami malek is here as well. >> he's egyptian. >> he is? >> i have to read the notes.
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that's unbelievable he is? >> i want to see his feet if they're like yours. >> by the way, this is -- i watched some of this. it's such a thriller and a nail biter. it's about what do you call it? >> hacking. >> security threat. >> but it's so interesting and riveting. >> oh, good. he's going to be with us. >> you've heard their music in tv commercials and shows like "glee" but today oh honey is here with a special performance. >> they're great. it's folk and pop mixed up. it's a great combo. >> yep. >> it's a great one. >> all right. okay. so now even though they exist in australia who knew there are real housewives. >> the "real housewives of melbourne" i want to see if they throw tables like we do. >> i want to see what they say to each other when they're mad at each other. >> takes a long time for an aussie to throw a table unless they're drunk. they're laid back and fun. i used to say i never met a
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person from australia that i didn't love. >> until. >> and then i met russell crowe. he was adorable. >> speaking of adorable. know who's here? >> lovely lilliana. >> luxe for less. >> you top yourself every week with the darling outfits. >> thank you. >> you're letting yourself go, lilliana. >> we're worried about you. >> lilliana and her mother were at the romeo santos concert yesterday on the plaza like two groupies drooling. >> straight up grouppies. >> practically on stage. >> my mom i had to hold her back by the belt to not climb up. >> she has some estrogen. >> and he was a hottie. >> he was. >> everybody was talking around here about he was so nice to everyone. when the cameras were gone, everybody. >> well done on the bachata. >> she's a natural. >> she is. >> what are we doing today? >> today's a little different because this week you guys challenged me to find some of your favorite items as a luxe for less.
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>> yeah. >> hoda you challenged know find slip-on sneakers. >> you've heard them as vans, at love companies make them. the shoes i love. >> the walking shoes. >> and then you challenged me to find some affordable shapewear. >> yes. >> you are going to be surprised how affordable these finds are. later in the show. we're asking your viewers to tweet us with the #luxeforless. >> luxe has an "e." >> i may help some viewers find their favorite items on next week's show. >> you may but probably not. >> thank you. >> oh, my gosh. hoda had to walk out of the room this morning when nik wallenda did something crazy. >> yeah. >> walked on top of the orlando eye in florida. >> it was spinning while he was walking. we were sitting together in the makeup room and it was 400 feet up and i couldn't sit there because i thought, how you keep -- you always say anything you see is going to be like part
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we want to let you know later in the show we will have "self" magazine with the winner of this year's beauty awards. >> we will tries the michael kors lip gloss. >> supposed to last forever. >> even if weed when up smooching with our next guest. >> we will see if it lasts through the show. >> get moisture on there. >> there you go. >> all right. seems like every day we're hearing about a major company getting hit by hackers. >> oh. >> stealing personal information and such. >> but if the hackers looked as good as christian slater and rami malek we wouldn't find so much. >> they star in the thriller "mr. robot." >> about a brilliant programmer who works as a cyber security engineer by day and moonlights as a vigilante hacker protecting the few people he cares about most at night. >> just right. you can systemically format all the servers including backups. >> that would erase -- >> all the debts we owe them every record of every credit card, loan and mortgage, would be wiped clean.
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tattoo". >> oh, that guy. >> that guy. >> yeah. so it has a very dark, raw, cinematic type quality and shoots here in new york which is great. >> sure. >> new york has a gritty quality. >> it does. >> your character when you have seen some clips of this, makes you want to lean in mesmerized in the way you talk to people. what is your job in this tv show? >> my job, i'm a cyber security engineer and like you said i'm moonlight at -- >> tech guy. >> i protect this corporation i despise and at night i'm kind of this bad guy who hacks and tries to look after a few people i care about. it's you know, one of these guys that you're either scared of or you want on your side. we're going to figure that out throughout the season. >> yeah. >> wow. >> what do you do? >> what do you do? >> me, yeah, i'm -- >> besides be -- >> i'm trying to figure it out also.
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i kind of am the guy pushing him along to -- i just take down the huge conglomerate. >> you're over corporate america a little. >> yeah. >> a lot of people are. >> that's right. i want to erase all debt from society. sort of even the playing field again. i'm using him and his computer hacking abilities to get that. >> the dirty work. >> you're mr. robot? >> he's mr. robot. >> he's mr. -- >> he's mr. robot. >> i am mr. robot. >> he's the guy doing all the work. >> that's right. >> do you understand what's going on here? >> that's donald trump. that's what that is. >> you're fired! >> that's what i do. i fire people. >> all right. >> all the sony stuff, this stuff is applicablep. it's not so far off. >> that's true. >> sony the white house. >> the white house got -- >> that's right. i mean this is a subject that was in the president's state of the union address. it certainly is relevant and exciting to be a part of a show dealing with a subject matter that is prevalent in society. >> people are upset about the
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>> we've become close. >> where does the drama come in. >> you don't like the new roomones. >> getting to know them takes a while. >> people are seeing something we filmed six months ago. at that stage of the game i hated gamble so much. she's okay now. >> what do you guys think about exposing your lives this way? this must be new. people stopping you on the street. >> i think a lot of people were doubtful about how this show being an american show was going to work in australia and people were doubtful and they've embraced it. for us -- >> my launch. >> we had an amazing ride. it's been incredible. >> you also get the social media backlash too about it right? >> yes. >> how do you deal with that? >> what i say is shine off. shine away. >> shine away. >> i say shine shine shine. >> yes. >> shine off. >> bye-bye. >> i don't look at all. very rarely. i don't have a lot to do with it. >> thank you.
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in fact, we're warming up quickly. look at that sunny view. right now it's 67 in northeast philadelphia. cape mays being held back. a little bit of a breeze keeping it 57 degrees. it will warm up nicely throughout the entire area this afternoon. nothing but sunshine and a light breeze staying below 10 miles an hour. thank you, bill. the mother of man killed by philadelphia police is expected to hold a news conference around noon today. brandon tait brown's mother is suing the city. police shot and killed him last december after pulling him over in mayfair. the district attorney ruled tate-brown did not follow officers orders. his mother is cueing for wrongful death and claim police planted the gun if her son's car. the revel casino will not re-open by memorial day. there's been many roadblocks
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♪ it is wines day wednesday. you know what that means we're about to play our trivia game we call who knew and with national superhero day taking place this week we're going to test your hero and heroin knowledge with kathie lee at the nbc experience store. she's ready to hand out $100 to anybody who gets the questions right. those who don't, good thusenews, they get her wonderful cd. okay. here to help me out in studio is fandango contributing editor eric davis. are you ready? >> i'm ready. let's do it. >> let's play superheroes. >> i have a new friend from massachusetts. i solemnly swear i am up to know good. which of the following actors has starred in the five films as iron man christian beale, robert downey jr. or hugh
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jackman. >> i think it's robert downey jr. >> you are right. >> it is robert downey jr. >> the fifth being avengers age of ul tron. love this movie that comes out this weekend. go see it. people love him in this character. he's going to be back on screen this time next year in account"captain america silver war." >> go ahead, kathie lee. >> from new hampshire. which of the following family members of the incredibles has a super power being able to lengthen and stretch his or her limbs, the mom, the daughter or the baby? >> the baby jack jack. >> no. >> so sad. >> i have a nice baby cd. >> oh. >> all right. the correct answer here the mom helen. >> the mom. the mom. aka elastic girl, voice by holly hunter, father mr. incredible voice by craig p. nelson. if you're a pixar fan, guess what, they're making a sequel to "the incredibles". >> they are? >> we don't have a release date
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but it is coming. this movie makes me glad my kids don't have super powers. they could trash my living in under five minutes. >> talking years or -- >> i would say couple years 2016, 2017. >> nice lady from dallas. how much did the first comic book to feature superman sell for on ebay last year? $1 million $3.2 million or $5.5 million? >> i'm going to say $3.2 million. >> you're going to say right. >> wow. $3.2 million. was it mint condition? >> that was a record for a comics. >> yeah. >> the previous record was about $2 million. set by the same comic, action comics number one. guess how much this comic cost in 1938 when it came snout. >> 10 cents. >> 10 cents. >> oh my gosh. do i get a prize? >> you get a prize. >> over to you. >> you get a kathie lee cd. >> yeah! >> where are you from. >> oklahoma. >> finish the lyrics to the greatest american heros tv song please. ♪ flying away on a wing and a
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♪ the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. >> catchy. >> i love it when mitchie met daniel it was music magic just two years ago and since then their pop folk band oh honey has taken off their single "be okay" hit the top 25 and their music has been featured on shows and ad campaigns. they're here to sing "sugar you." let's say hello. >> hi. >> how are you? >> good. >> clicked right away the two of your voices. >> awesome. >> i was trying to find a missing link to make sense of some song ideas i had and danielle walked in it was the missing piece. >> your ep is out today?
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>> came out a about a month ago. >> today's important because you're performing here with us. >> today's the day it goes crazy. >> exactly. >> yeah. >> we're excited here they are performing "oh honey." ♪ ♪ suge xwar don't you change a thing you're already everything i want ♪ ♪ sugar don't you change a think can't you see you're everything i'm not ♪ ♪ hey you ♪ ♪ you are something beautiful floating through my mind like you do ♪ ♪ hey you ♪ ♪ you are something wonderful wish you could see you like i do ♪ ♪ you're already everything i want ♪ ♪ can't you see you're everything i'm not ♪
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♪ sugar you i wanna get to know you ♪ ♪ sugar you, i wish that i could hold ya ♪ ♪ you're busy playing nice you sweeten up my life ♪ ♪ i'm here making eyes trying to keep you by my side ♪ ♪ sugar you, i wanna get to know ya ♪ ♪ honey i won't let this fail we could move just like a snail at first ♪ ♪ no honey, i won't let this fail, we'll ride it out we'll laugh until it hurts, it hurts ♪ ♪ hey you ♪ ♪ you are something magical lighting up the dark like you do ♪ ♪ hey you ♪ ♪ you are something spiritual ♪
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♪ you're already everything i want ♪ ♪ can't you see you're everything i'm not ♪ ♪ sugar you ♪ ♪ i want to get to know you ♪ ♪ sugar you ♪ ♪ i wish that i could hold ya ♪ ♪ you're busy playing nice, you sweeten up my life i'm here making eyes trying to keep you by my side ♪ ♪ sugar you i want to get to know you ♪ ♪ sugar stay in my eyes ♪ ♪ i've been looking for you my whole life ♪ ♪ sugar you're right on time i've been waiting for you my whole life ♪ ♪ sugar stay in my life i've been looking for you my whole
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life ♪ ♪ sugar you're right on time i've been waiting for you my whole life ♪ ♪ sugar you i wanna get to know ya ♪ ♪ sugar you i wish that i could hold ya ♪ ♪ you're busy playing nice you sweeten up my life ♪ ♪ i'm here making eyes trying to keep you by my side ♪ ♪ sugar you, i wanna get to know ya ♪ ♪ >> yeah. >> oh, honey. >> yeah. >> fun. >> that's crazy, guys. >> get to know you. >> oh my god. >> thank you so much everybody. >> thank you. >> love the hair. >> great hair. >> find out if lilliana was up
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for our challenge. >> luxe for less is next. >> here's to you. >> this is "today" on nbc. ♪ i want to get to know you ♪ >>
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we put our friend lilliana vazquez to the test. >> challenged her to find luxe for less deals on a couple fashion items. i asked for affordable quality shapewear and hoda asked for inexpensive slip-on sneakers. >> what did you find for us? >> i found such great buys. start with the sneakers for you. >> okay. >> love these. so comfortable. the luxe for less find this week is this pair here. not going to believe the price. they are $15. >> what? >> where? >> from payless, come in textures, fun colors. >> cute. >> they come in -- >> her size. >> they do. >> hoda's size. >> that was the next question. >> care about you. >> these are from just that
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under 40 bucks. >> they can be like up to $300. this is a great find. so many women want to find affordable shapewear. i found these for you $11.99. >> what? >> stop it. >> i want you to touch them. i think that's -- >> target makes them? >> self-expressions by maiden form. feel that. >> that's how you know. >> and then these are great from sears, both under $25. >> great. >> you did it, baby. as usual. >> don't forget to let us know what looks you want lilliana to find for less. tweet us. here's the #luxeforless. >> lilliana is giving viewers a look inside her stylish home. >> what? >> go to to check it out. >> all right. tomorrow elvis durant is back with another artist of the month. >> ambush make-over. have an awesome wines day wednesday because tomorrow is thirsty thursday. >> our favorite day next to try day friday. >> next to the six others. >> bye.
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good morning. i'm vai sikahema. an alleged case of elderly abuse in chester county. we have learned authorities have arrested man who prosecutors say took his 90-year-old father out of nursing home and left him to die for two years. he allowed his arm veteran father to rot to death. >> he died with bed sores all over him. he died with feces all over him. he die literally drowned in


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