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>> and the festival, of course, sunday. >> yes. >> we'll have local updates in 25 minutes. >> get up to the minute information with the nbc 10 app. . good morning. congress in chaos. house republicans racing to find a new speaker this morning. one day after the leading contender, congressman kevin mccarthy suddenly drops out of the running. >> i think i shocked some of you, huh? >> bitterly divided republicans now scrambling for a replacement. >> this is not the time or ace, guys. >> and democrats giddy. >> anybody have any news they would like to discuss? >> what happened? who is in the running now? and was mccarthy undone by a whisper campaign? >> no. come on. >> we're live on capitol hill. air scare. >> we have a bird strike. 79. >> 79 say again. did you see what happened with delta? >> number 2 air strike.
>> a delta plane forced to make a landing. hero stabbed. spencer stone. one of the americans who stopped terrorists aboard a french train knifed nearly to death during a late-night brawl. this morning the latest on his condition and the hunt for the suspects. and a group of hikers falls into a river in new zealand when the bridge they were walking on suddenly snapped. amazingly, everyone is okay today, friday, october 9th, 2015. from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. we've got willie in for matt this morning. >> exciting news for air travelers we didn't mention in
that open. boeing is developing a plane next week that actually has overhead space. your bags will fit. >> ahh! we will show you that and tell you all about it coming up in just a few. first today's top story. this washington whiplash. congressional republicans in turmoil this morning after the man expected to be the next house speaker, congressman kevin mccarthy dropped out of the running, shocking everyone. could one congressman speaker be angling for the job now. peter, good morning. >> we want to talk about chaos at the capitol. right now, it is still unclear which republican will emerge as a unifying figure for the party. this morning, several high-profile republican members are strongly urging the former vice presidential candidate, paul ryan to reconsider by throwing his hat in the ring. it's the question now consuming
the capitol. who will inherit john boehner's gavel as house speaker. with kevin mccarthy's stunning decision to pull out of the race, all eyes are focused on paul ryan. ryan has insisted he's not interested. but late thursday, wouldn't rule out a run. >> this is not the time or place, guys. >> reporter: still, ryan may be the only candidate who could reunite house republicans. >> maybe we could dissuade paul. >> reporter: the speaker doesn't have to be a member of congress, which explains why newt gingrich who resigned after a decade ago said he would consider a return. >> there are moments you can't avoid. >> reporter: this week, a conservative republican warned any candidate for leadership who has committed misdeeds should withdraw from the race. but mccarthy dismissed that as
his reason for exiting. boehner said he will stay on as a replacement for the coming weeks facing a staggering to do list. just weeks left to pass a spending bill to keep the government open raised the country's debt limit or face default and pass a critical bill to repair america's roads. democrats warned the disarray comes with consequences. >> we're concerned the board of directors of the greatest country on the face of the earth is dysfunctional and unable to even select a leader. >> reporter: on the campaign trail, donald trump gave himself a pat on the back for mccarthy's move. >> they're giving me a lot of credit for that, because i said you really need somebody very, very tough and very smart. >> reporter: less than 24 hours after mccarthy's stunning announcement, house republicans will huddle behind closed doors this morning, trying to sort out who is next and whatever the path forward looks like. savannah, willie, back to you. >> peter alexander, thank you. >> chuck todd is moderator of
"meet the press." good morning. about this time looked like the guy who is the next speaker of the house, stunned a lot of republicans in that room. how shocked were you to hear this news? >> well, look, i wasn't shocked that mccarthy was going to struggle. i thought that his future was going to be at the benghazi committee, meaning if hillary clinton got the best of the benghazi committee, then i thought his speakership candidacy was in trouble. i guess i'm shocked he didn't try to see if he could get the votes he needed by the end of the month. so on that front, what happened yesterday clearly shocking. >> so what happens next? you have a vacant job over there in the house of representatives. the speakership, it's a powerful job. and yet you don't have people falling all over themselves to fill it. >> nobody wants it for the very reasons why john boehner is leaving the job. the place is impossible to run right now. it's going to be impossible to run during a presidential election year. the same forces that are dividing the republican party, trump, carson, fiorina, from
bush. these are the forces in the house that are basically saying we don't want the same people running the house. so i think that that's -- i think mccarthy was going to be boehner 2.0. a lot of conservatives saw that and that's why they were trying to torpedo this thing. >> the name on everyone's lips is paul ryan, the running mate to mitt romney, highly respected among conservatives on the hill, the guy who also said i don't want this job. what are the odds he ends up being the speaker? >> i think they're getting higher and higher. paul ryan is a man who can be convinced of things, saying you've got to do it for the party. and i think the best scenario that those that want ryan to do this is basically saying, hey, you only have to do the job to the end of '16. just be the temp at this point. do whatever it takes to be -- to fix this thing for now. i think the scenario is, ryan will do this, but only temporarily. >> you may have to answer that call. chuck todd, thank you, sir. democratic presidential
candidate, senator bernie sanders will be chuck's guest this sunday on "meet the press." >> bernie sanders and hillary clinton could have some new competition in the next few days. vice president joe biden still considering jumping into the race and could make a decision as early as this weekend. but the political hour is getting late. nbc's kristen welker is in biden's hometown, wilmington, delaware. good morning to you. >> reporter: savannah, good morning to you. confirms he will be meeting in wilmington over the weekend to discuss a possible run, well aware the clock is ticking. and it comes as the super pac that supports biden is pulling its first tv ad at the vice president's request. >> things can change in a heartbeat. >> reporter: it's the emotional ad the super pac draft biden hoped would urge the vice president into entering the 2016 race. but now the super pac, unaffiliated with biden, has pulled the ad at the vice
president's request. according to the "l.a. times," biden felt it treads on sacred ground. >> we were christmas shopping -- >> reporter: it aims at biden's resilience when a car crash killed his wife and daughter, and left his two sons seriously injured. biden, who had just been elected to the u.s. senate for the first time, decided to serve amid his tragedy. >> by focusing on my sons, i found my redemption. >> reporter: in a statement, the senior adviser to the group said nobody has more respect for the vice president and his family than we do. obviously, we will honor his wishes. >> it is really my family and i have the emotional energy to run. >> reporter: it also comes as biden is grieving once again, having lost his son beau in may. he's not sure he has the strength to run. now the six-figure ad never
officially aired. meanwhile, the "new yorker" is reporting that biden staffers were briefed by the democratic national committee about filing deadlines, saying he could be leaning toward a decision expected within days. savannah, willie. >> and you say with a debate coming up next week. kristen welker in delaware. breaking news this morning. a shooting at a college campus in arizona. this on the same day president obama travels to oregon to meet with some of the survivors and family members of the victims from last week's deadly shooting spree at a community college. nbc national correspondent, miguel almaguer in roseburg, oregon. good morning. >> reporter: willie, good morning. the wake of another school shooting. this one at northern arizona university, where one is dead and three are wounded. the president is getting ready to visit roseburg, but not everybody here is going to welcome him with open arms. >> we'll have a moment of silence. >> reporter: umpqua community college pay tribute to the victims of a deadly shooting, as
roseburg residents prepare for another day in the national spotlight. president obama coming to town today to visit with victims and family. >> it's nothing more than a politicized opportunity for him to push his anti gun agenda. >> regardless of how you feel about him, political stuff, i think the fact he's coming to meet with the families is excellent. >> reporter: roseburg's mayor says the president's visit is an important step in the healing process. >> he is the number one elected official for our entire nation. and by coming here, he brings that whole feeling of the nation is behind us, and in support of us. >> reporter: the white house, not releasing names of the families at the meeting, but at least one survivor's family turning down the invitation. >> on principle, i find that we -- i am, you know, in -- in disagreement with his policies
on gun control, and therefore we will not be attending the visit. >> reporter: a call for protest on a facebook page called "defend roseburg," telling residents it's okay to bring a firearm to show that american gun owners are responsible patriots. today the president, protests and prayers. no matter where they stand on gun control, roseburg residents seem united in one thing. they don't want this tragedy turned into a political football. >> miguel almaguer, thank you so much. north korea is preparing to put on a major show of force today to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the ruling party. bill neely is in the capitol city of pyongyang this morning, a place very few people ever get to see. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah, willie, everyone from north korea. i'm here with a very rare opportunity, to look inside one
of the most closed, most secretive countries in the world. and i'm in pyongyang in a metro sanction, rather beautiful. the early morning commute, patriotic music playing in the background. they're celebrating a big party, to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding communist party. in the capital city, everyone is preparing for the celebration. uniformed groups are practicing, children are drilling, soldiers are everywhere, no one can step out of line. it is one of the most regimented countries on earth. i'm asked to wear an arm band to mark me out as a foreign journalist. down we go into the metro station, the pride of pyongyang. hello. the trains are frequent, journeys cost just a few cents, and there's one thing that commuters have in common. nearly everyone here is wearing
a party badge, most of them with a picture of the country's founder on it. there are portraits of sung everywhere, but it is kim jong-un who rules now. they say they're all behind him. >> yes, yes. >> reporter: yes, you speak some english. what should the world know about your leader? she tells me the future for her daughter is bright, as long as he is their leader. they're taught to believe their leader is like a parent or a god. this metro station doubles as a bomb shelter in the event of nuclear war. north korea is developing a nuclear weapon. the u.s. wants to stop it. this is a country like no other. isolated, proud, still locked in a cold war with the u.s. and on the streets here, tomorrow north korea will show off its military muscle with one of its biggest ever parades.
tens of thousands of troops, new missiles, perhaps, and a message to the world, especially the united states. respect us, don't mess with us. it is a proud, tough nation from its capital. back to you guys. >> so unusual to get to see it like that. bill neely, thank you. >> fascinating. more misery in south carolina today. residents getting ready for even more flooding. natalie on assignment. tamron has more on that. >> good morning, guys. good morning, everyone. south carolina's governor says coastal communities in the state are now bracing for a second round of flooding. nbc's gabe gutierrez is in columbia for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. 11 trillion gallons of with water have pounded south carolina. this morning the water is headed toward the coast. 14 dams have reached throughout the state. officials are closely watching 70 others. nikki haley is now warning residents near coastal communities near georgiatown,
south carolina to voluntarily evacuate. she says a new round of flooding there could linger for up to 12 days. local emergency management officials have opened up an emergency shelter but stress evacuations are voluntarily and that are right now limited to rural areas. but meanwhile, more than 350 roads and bridges remain shut down throughout the state. today here in columbia, the cleanup continues and secretary jeh johnson is scheduled to tour the area. more rain is scheduled this morning. >> difficult days ahead. thank you, gabe. as we mentioned earlier, tense moments thursday for passengers and crew aboard a delta flight from seattle to hong kong. shortly after takeoff, a red tailed hawk hit the engine of the airbus a-340, forcing the plane to return to seattle, tacoma international airport. >> air strike. 79. >> 79, say again, did you see what happened with delta? >> yeah, number 2 engine bird
strike. >> roger. >> the plane remained in the air for about an hour to burn off fuel in order to make a safer landing. eventually, the plane did land safely. thankfully, no one was injured. a tunisia democracy group has won this year's nobel peace prize. this morning, the norwegian noble peace committee announced tdialogue the diealogue quartet won. chef prudhomme died. he was a frequent guest on the "today" show. he was 75 years old. and now to that frightening video we showed at the top of the show. if you have ever been scared to
cross a suspension bridge this is not going to help you out. a group of four tourests were crossing and it collapsed under their feet, sending them plunging more than 25 feet into that river below. this is incredible. no one was seriously injured. an investigation is under way to find out exactly what went wrong there. there's nothing that could prepare you for something -- >> oh, my gosh. >> what went wrong? the bridge broke. >> you've seen movies and it's always this slow process. that was just in an instant. >> frightening. >> this doesn't happen if you just binge watch tv on your couch. >> pro tip right there. thank you. how about a look at the weather, dylan. >> more rain moving into parts of south carolina, especially as we go into saturday. in the meantime, it's this cold front that's bringing most of
its rain just south of st. louis right now. this is a cold front that's actually going to slowly spread eastward through the day today. and then as it slowly moves through south carolina, we'll see heavier pockets of rain develop across the western part of the state early saturday morning but as we go into saturday afternoon, this area of low pressure develops and this is going to be the reason why we could see some areas of heavier downpours. also, more of an easterly component to the wind. that's going to increase the regular high tide. so we could see more coastal flooding. we're not looking at a whole lot of rain, just about a quarter of an inch up to a half inch with isolated higher amounts around myrtle beach. that's no good news for the fact that rivers and creeks are all still very, very high. as for the drought, since september 29th, we have wiped out the drought completely in south carolina. but again, we could see more dangerous flooding possible as we go into this weekend. that's a look at the weather across the country. your local forecas
good morning, i'm bill henley. a summer-like day today, a big warm-up. upper 70s and low 80s. and late this afternoon, showers and thunderstorms will quickly race through the area. there's a potential for damaging winds. but, we'll be clearing out for a nice weekend. saturday, 65, plenty of sunshine on sunday, and monday afternoon even warmer, up to 75 degrees. and another round of showers later tuesday, clearing for wednesday and thursday. have a great day. and that's your latest forecast. >> all right, dylan, thank you
so much. coming up, one of the heroes who stopped the terror attack on a train in france now stabbed at a fight here at home. we'll show you the dramatic video and tell you how he's doing coming up. and the next time you fly, a little more room. not for you, for your carry-on. good morning. on a brand-new alaska airlines 739. how many times have you tried to put your bag in the overhead bin space to find it taken already. there is a solution. 50% more room. how will that impact the next time you travel? i'm tom costello. the story coming up on "today." >> travelers rejoice. back in a moment. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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good morning, just a few minutes before 7:30. got kind of a beautiful hue right behind me. let's get the first alert forecast with bill henley. >> yeah, it's summer-like outside. temperatures are in the 60s right now. we'll be in the 80s this afternoon. and we're starting off with some clouds, but also some sunshine. you can see it reflected on the buildings in center city. we're watching the radar screen. showers in maryland. they're heading to the east. you could see some sprinkles this morning in delaware. then storms later today. but most of the day, dry. 74 at lunchtime. near 80 degrees at 3:00 this afternoon. >> all right. thank you, bill. let's bring in jessica boyington with information on the vine
street expressway. >> yep. and we're looking at our cameras right now. around 24th street. in the eastbound side right in here, headed towards an accident around broad street. that is taking out a lane right here. you can see this delay. and we're in a six-minute drive time. watch out if you're in center city today. markets closed between 3rd and 4th today. out there until about 11:00 a.m. >> thank you, jessica. a busy morning for philadelphia firefighters. investigators are looking into a series of suspicious fires in south philadelphia. nbc 10 at 9th and wharton streets just a short time ago. officials tell us trash was set on fire in front of an apartment building. at least three more fires were set throughout the area since midnight. there was some minor damage. no one there was hurt. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. you can get the latest news and weather. back to the "today" show. we'll see you in half an hour.
♪ 7:30 now on this friday morning. october 9th, 2015. and our crowd is enjoying a little plaza music from selena gomez. her highly anticipated album is out today. >> her fans should be lining up any minute. republicans in congress in some turmoil this morning, looking for a new candidate for house speaker after kevin mccarthy shocked a lot of people by dropping out of the race. residents in south carolina are evacuating and preparing for even more flooding today as rain-swollen rivers get set to overflow their banks. jeh johnson is traveling there today. and president obama travels
to roseburg, oregon, today to meet with family members of the ve victims. but some are angry with the president for pushing for stricter gun control. good news when it comes to your next flight. some airlines are trying to give more space in the overhead bins that can be such a hassle when battling with out with other passengers. we'll show how this will play out. >> i promise you, it fits, it fits. let's begin with a disturbing story. new trouble for spencer stone, one of the heroes that stopped the terror attack aboard a french train. he remains in the hospital this morning after being stabbed during a brawl in his hometown of sacramento. jacob rascon has the story. good morning. >> reporter: savannah, good morning. this morning, detectives are looking for whoever stabbed an american hero. this is stone himself remains heavily sedated inside the hospital behind me. his condition listed as serious, but stable. new video released by the
sacramento police department shows two stabbing suspects fumbling into a car and driving away. moments earlier, a different surveillance camera captured them and others fighting with spencer stone, one of the americans who foiled a terror plot in france. officers say stone appears to be the man in the long sleeved white shirt. the hospital now says stone was stabbed three times in the torso. the air force reporting the wounds were initially so severe, detectives didn't think he would survive. >> airman stone's condition is serious. while he has sustained significant injuries, airman stone's care team thinks he will make a full recovery. >> this incident is a very unfortunate altercation between
two groups of folks who were enjoying the night life in midtown sacramento. >> reporter: police say stone was not targeted. the fight started with an argument, and only stone was seriously hurt. of course, great news that he will make a full recovery. investigators also telling me that another person with stone at the time, a woman, suffered minor injuries, but can't explain what happened, because she can't remember. police reiterating that alcohol was a factor in this fight and nobody has been charged in the crime. savannah, willie? >> we're glad to hear spencer will be up and around soon. thank you. important information for anybody who flies. if you've ever sweated it out, wondering if you can fit your carry-on into the overhead bin, we have good news. airlines are trying to to make your life easier with bigger wider bins. tom costello has an exclusive
look. >> reporter: brand-new plane, never a passenger on it. when alaska asked passengers what are chief complaints, among them, not enough storage for the bags they carry on. so they're doing something about it. they're adding 50% more space overhead on boeing 737 series. that's 50% more room to put the bags you decide you're not going to check. other airlines are going to do the same. 2 million people. that's how many of us fly in the u.s. every single day. >> we are on a full flight today. space is going to be running out. >> reporter: among the top passenger complaints, not enough overhead space to store all of our carry-on luggage. >> really, it should just be the suitcases up there. >> i always try to carry on. but i do go out of my way to make sure i have a bag that actually fits. >> reporter: why don't you check the bag? >> i don't want to wait. i'm in a hurry. >> also the expense.
many airlines charge $25 per checked bag. for a family of four, that can add $200 to a round-trip ticket. last year, they charged $3.5 billion checking bags. >> we're running out of room. >> reporter: the challenge for the airlines? where to put all those carry-ons. now the world's biggest airline maker says it has a solution. >> the 737 interior. >> reporter: brent is boeing's interior manager. >> so this is a typical bin says. what have you done? >> made it larger ensuring each passenger has a space for a bag, creating 50% more bag space. >> reporter: 50% more? >> that's right. it will hold two more bags in the same space. >> reporter: six bags compared to four. >> that's right. >> reporter: the space will increase the number of bags that can fit over head from 118 to 178, 60 more standard size bags. of course not all bags are
standard. they come in all shapes and sizes. nearly half of alaska airlines fleet will be fitted. >> customers tell us they have a lot of anxiety whether or not they can fit the bag on the plane, so providing it, it alleviates the anxiety for them. >> reporter: where do you get the space to do this? >> we have lowered the bins by two inches. >> reporter: okay. >> which gives easier access and visibility for passengers to load and unload bags. >> reporter: okay. >> it also provides passengers easier reach to the lights. >> reporter: a little less head room but more room on top. so boeing is going to hand over this plane to alaska airlines monday. bringing new 737s with more bin space. here is the catch, though. just because you get more bin space does not mean you get to bring on bigger bags. those size limitations remain the same. >> this is good news, tom, but we want more leg room.
i don't want to be greedy, but can we move to the next thing. >> i'll work on it. >> now a check on the weather with miss dylan who is in for al. >> we're here at the fence. are you having a good time? >> a great time. >> you've been smiling. i love that. >> thank you. >> the weather in the northeast, a couple showers expected later today. these storms will actually produce some heavier downpours, and could see gusty winds through washington, d.c., including philadelphia. we can't rule out an isolated tornado, but more of a spin-up than anything else. keep an eye to the sky. 80 degrees up and down the east coast. once the cold front moves through, it will have more of a fall-like feel as we go into tomorrow as temperatures drop into the mid 60s with lower humidity. it's short-lived as temperatures get to 70 through most of next week. that's the area we're good morning, i'm bill
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[ laughter ] >> reporter: and while clinton has already made her cameo, the door is still open for the top name on the gop side who last vitted studio 8h. >> nobody is bigger than me. nobody is better than me. i'm a ratings machine. >> reporter: proving some things never change. >> i'm just like you. a regular joe. but better. >> reporter: from past. >> i am bullet-proof. [ laughter ] >> reporter: to present. >> my god. they're multiplying! >> reporter: for the show that's made an indelible mark on american politics. >> strategery. >> reporter: no matter who books president, snl is already poised to become 2016's biggest winner. >> i wish you could be president. >> me too! >> reporter: for today, peter alexander, nbc news, washington. >> now we're all reminiscing about our favorites from the
past year. sheinelle has more on that in the orange room. >> good morning. that piece we just saw really just some of the great political parodies snl has done from chevy chase. we asked our viewers to vote on their favorite political sketch. daryl hammond as bill clinton. number two, dana carvey. as george h.w. bush. and the favorite political sketch of all-time, guys, by a landslide, you can only guess. the great tina fey as sarah palin. this is probably one of my favorites. a reminder, catch snl with host amy schumer tomorrow night at 11:30, 10:30 central on nbc. >> that's a hot show. >> i forget about dana carvey. remember that?
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good morning. happy friday on this october 9th. let's get our first alert forecast with bill henley. good morning. >> it's going to feel more like september 9th. later this afternoon, the temperatures in the low 80s. this morning, though, we're starting off with clouds. and i'm tracking l some showers. heading toward delaware. just some light showers this morning, heavier showers will wait until this afternoon. you can see they're moving toward eastern maryland this hour. the temperatures have started to climb low 60s for philadelphia. atlantic city, the airport up to 64 degrees. and with plenty of sunshine at noontime, we'll be up to 74. southwesterly winds will be watching the temperatures climb into the upper 70s and low 80s today. >> all right, thank you, bill, let's get a check on traffic with jessica boyington. looks like the schuylkill is wrapping up. >> it is. we have an accident a little bit earlier on the vine street
expressway, eastbound toward 95. that's clear out of the way. but it's backed up all the way to the schuylkill eastbound. that backup's pretty steep. we have an eastbound drive time from the blue route to the vine street expressway in about 40 minutes, typically a 12-minute drive. if you're out in philadelphia also, watch out for this water main break around 5th street and south street. >> thank you, jessica. a man escapes serious injury after he was stabbed with what police describe as a large knife or perhaps a sword. nbc 10 on the scene in cherry hill as police took someone away in handcuffs. did not say what role this person has been charged with any crime. investigators tell us the victim was stabbed in the hand and taken to the hospital. he's expected to be okay. but no word on a motive. delaware county's in desperate need for volunteer firefighters and ems workers. and the shortage is so severe that county officials are holding their first ever recruitment drive today. more coming up in 25 minutes.
♪ it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, telling their story. nearly 30 accusers of bill cosby come together to speak out. >> how many of you believe you were drugged by bill cosby? as the embattled comedian is scheduled to be deposed today. plus, bring it on. ♪ get those spirit fingers ready, because we've got a reunion of the cast of everyone's favorite cheerleading flick. >> when people come up to you about this movie, what do they throw at you? >> cheer. >> that's okay! ♪ then, a double dose of star
power. rascal flatts performs live, and we sit down with actress, designer and new mom, eva mendez, today, october 9th, 2015. ♪ >> from north carolina, celebrating my 18th birth day! >> woo! >> celebrating our 20th anniversary! woo! >> celebrating! woo! >> hi. good morning. >> good morning, everyone. it's 8:00 on "today," friday, october 9th. we have quite the rowdy crowd out here on our plaza this morning. a beautiful day. a little bit warm. and look at that, the guy from rascal flatts saying hello. >> they're going to play a song
in a few minutes. as i twist my way out. sorry, buddy. a guy with more awards in the last few years and you'll hear exactly why. >> and nice guys, too. let's get a check of the top stories. tamron in for natalie. >> the search for a new leader has left republicans on capitol hill scrambling this morning. california republican, kevin mccarthy stunned his colleagues by pulling out of the race. peter alexander is on capitol hill. good morning. >> good morning to you. you want to talk about a historic implosion. today this is congress in chaos. it's unclear who will emerge as the new unifying figure of the republican party. a lot of eyes this morning focussed on the former vice presidential candidate, paul ryan of wisconsin. he has said he's not interested, but also hasn't ruled his name out of this race right now. of recognize the speaker of the house is the third highest office in the land behind only the president and vice president
and came off the stunning announcement by kevin mccarthy of california that he was dropping out of the race. he said the party needed a new face. speaker john boehner has said he will stick around until a replacement, an election for his replacement is held. meanwhile, house republicans go behind closed doors again this morning, tamron, trying to sort out who that next person is. back to you. peter, thank you very much. at least one person is dead and three others wounded after a college campus shooting overnight at northern arizona university at flagstaff. the gunfire broke out in a parking lot near a dormitory. the suspected shooter is in custody. president obama is in roseburg, oregon, where a gunman killed eight college students and a teacher last week before taking his own life. the president will meet with some of the survivors and victims' families. the white house says the trip is strictly to offer comfort and not to promote new strategies for preventing gun violence. supporters of gun owners' rights
are planning to protest the president's visit. some dramatic video this morning from san antonio, texas. police have released footage recorded as dozens of undocumented immigrants were rescued from the back of a truck. nbc's mark potter has the story. >> reporter: this morning, newly released video from police body cameras capturing the first dramatic moments when 39 undocumented immigrants gasped for air after being crammed for hours in the back of a sweltering 18-wheeler. police say they were in desperate shape, some too weak to stand. >> it's just a surprise to see that many people inside a hot trailer. they were all sweater, dehydrated and just want out. >> reporter: a concerned citizen spotted them being loaded in the back of a truck at a rest stop in san antonio and called police. >> i saw probably about ten people getting into a reefer unit in a truck here. >> reporter: the immigrants included 28 men, 7 women and 4
minors from guatemala, el salvador and mexico. one 13-year-old boy particularly grateful. >> since he jumped out of the truck, trailer, he said thank you so much, thank you for saving us, gave us a hug. >> reporter: 33-year-old drew christopher potter, arrested on the scene, denies he did anything wrong. >> i'm arrested? >> you're being detained how. >> reporter: he's being charged with illegally transporting undocumented immigrants in what agents say is a common human smuggling method that can be extremely dangerous. mark potter, nbc news, miami. he's way too young to drink but that did not keep the 3-year-old from helping his dad jake from celebrating the cubs' victory this week. even a toddler knows the effort deserves a full bottle of bubbly. okay. it's parental approved.
it was his dad. >> willie has that exact same picture of george. >> every friday night. >> friday night at our house. thank you so much. today to be a pivotal day in the legal battle facing bill cosby. for the first time in ten years, cosby is scheduled to sit for a deposition with an attorney. >> on the same day nbc news is airing a special featuring many of the cosby accusers. nbc and msnbc kate snow is here with more. >> good morning. this deposition is scheduled for today and will take place behind closed doors and the transcript or video will not be released by the court. cosby will answer questions from attorney gloria allred about an alleged incident that took place three decades ago when the accuser, judy huff, was just 15 years old. >> it's been a tough week for bill cosby. on wednesday, lawyers lost their bid to have judy huff's civil suit dismissed. in 1974, when cosby was filming movies, she claimed she met him
on a set and he later sexually molested her. >> the charge has been that your client, judy huff, is in this for money. >> our client, wants justice. she wants her day in court. and that's all she wants, is justice. >> reporter: for most of cosby's accusers, more than 55 women now, it's too late to file suit. >> i have never done an interview this large. >> reporter: in an unprecedented gathering, "dateline" brought 27 accusers from all over the country to a los angeles ballroom to share stories about bill cosby. how many of you believe you were drugged by bill cosby? their accounts span decades, their ages range from 46 to 80. their allegations vary, but as we spoke, patterns emerged. >> i was sexually assaulted and drugged by him. >> i believe i was targeted and drugged to an unconscious state. >> i was sexually harassed and assaulted. >> reporter: many said they believed cosby was going to
mentor them and instead he attacked. but are their stories credible? none of you in this room have dna evidence, no police reports, sketchy memories. why should we believe you? >> it's insane that people actually think that any of us would have -- come together to bring down some celebrity whose celebrity has already started to fade long before we came forward. we came forward to say we're -- we're using our voices to say this isn't okay. >> amen. >> reporter: cosby's attorneys say these things never happened. >> he has see vehemently denied the allegation he gave anyone a drug and he had a relationship or had sexual interaction with another adult. >> reporter: it took many years for these women to publicly come forward. many of them are mothers and grandmothers now. they say they can't change the
past, but they can change the future. >> this is an incredibly powerful group of women here. >> absolutely. >> we're using our voices to say this isn't okay. >> amen. >> this is about women taking power into their own hands. >> once again, bill cosby has never been charged with any crime. we did reach out to bill cosby and his legal team repeatedly over the last six weeks for comment. both he and his attorneys declined to talk with us, but the raw emotion in that room was something else. >> just to look at that picture of you and all of those women assembled. i imagine a lot of them had never met each other before. >> i think that's what comes out on television tonight, because we have the medium of showing, you know, the sound and picture. you see the connections they're making with each other. a lot of them have never met, some of them had never told their stories publicly until now. >> and a lot of them drawing strength from each other. one comes forward and then another and another and another. it's an amazing piece that will be on tonight. >> thank you. we should mention, you can see
more of kate's interview, this is a special "dateline," the cosby accusers speak out right here on nbc. coming up next, we'll do trending. take a look at this video. tarp one, grounds keeper zero. don't worry, he gets out okay. and neil patrick harris' twins show they have inherited singing chops from their ♪ ♪ ♪ and off you go, ♪ ♪ ♪ and off you go,♪ ♪ ♪ and off you go,♪ for every step, every stride, every start, begin strong with the lasting energy of 100% whole grain quaker oats...
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it's 8:14, time for what's trending today. what were you doing at age 14? >> eating funyuns. >> guess what? starting in january, freshmen in high school can begin applying to college. it's part of a new online system. it's supposed to be helpful to low-income students get a head start on navigating the process. critics are pointing out, you know who is likely to begin looking at college applications? overachieve overachievers, people who didn't need help in the first place. >> it's a stressful time. why start it even earlier? >> the point is if it's low-income, getting information, letting people know what scholarships and things are available. >> that's a good idea.
>> kids who otherwise may not have an opportunity. >> yeah. >> don't you worry too though about kids building a live of a resume, do this, this and this. >> having a 30-year-old still living in the basement -- willie -- >> you're talking about me, actually. >> so guys, it turns out the most stressful job at a baseball game, not the pitcher, outfielder, it's the groundskeeper. royals-astros bringing out the tarp, and this guy now known online as #tarpguy, rolled right over him. >> trying to get out of the way. got to give him credit. >> makes the tarp look very menacing. >> marinating and suffering. he did manage to get out okay, we should point out. he's not the only one who had a recent run-in with a tarp. remember this guy, swallowed
whole in july. he too made it out safely. >> oh, my gosh. >> i like -- your thinking, dylan of a horror movie "the tarp." >> i see your tarp guy. i raise you one, "jeopardy guy." his name matt jackson. won his tenth straight game. they are looking at his smile. watch this. on every episode, during every intro, he starts out straight-faced and then slowly -- no, that's -- i think that's real. hello. simultaneously uncomfortable. >> nothing changes from his eyes to his nose. >> matt jackson needs to be this year's halloween costume. >> another horror movie. >> i love it. >> apparently not everybody is a fan. >> who is percy shelly.
>> yes. >> who is lacoste. >> nickname -- >> hang on, hang on. you come up with the correct response, and you want to keep going, i understand that, but we have to pause. >> what is normandy. >> not smiling, alex trebek. don't mess with alex. >> every once in a while, trebek reminds you who is in charge. all right. now to katie holmes. new yorkers are saying run for us. sheinelle has our friday pop star. >> she always looks great, right? here's the deal. check out the photo katie posted on instagram. she is there in a beautiful red ball gown. but what's getting attention here isn't what she's wearing. it's where she's wearing it. ah, yes, not on a red carpet or in a movie, but on public transportation, katie climbing a board a new jersey transit train, captioned the photo, quote, heels on a train, nothing better.
>> the red really pulls out the logo. >> it really pops. >> now to neil patrick harris. looks like his adorable 4-year-old twins are just as talented as he is. >> breakfast time, about to go to school, right? ♪ [ star wars theme ] >> someone is excited for "star wars". what about you, harper? ♪ ♪ it's great to stay up late ♪ good morning good morning to you ♪ >> good harmony. >> and she starts singing "my little pony." happy kids make us happy. nothing better. >> nice kitchen. >> i can't lie. come to my house. >> thank you. >> you have a check of the weather. >> yes, i do.
>> and the fashion report. >> had to get that out of the way. >> we have actually another heatwave expected for the southwest. an area of high pressure is going to keep the skies nice and sunny, but also more of a dry wind. so these offshore winds will produce temperatures about 19 to 20 degrees above average. san diego should top out around 96 degrees today. l.a. about 97. that's 17 degrees above average. this heat extends all the way into the northern plains. billings, montana, 85 degrees for a high on saturday. the heat continues to spread as we go into the weekend. and on sunday, we're looking at highs to top out into the mid to upper 80s and lower 90s. kansas city, 85 and stretching down into texas. even in dallas, 95 is 14 degrees above average. back behind this cold front, clearly not all that cold. although it will drop down into the 60s for the weekend, as we head into saturday in the northeast. but today watch out for some scattered showers making their way eastward. in the mid atlantic, could see
isolated stronger good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. summer-like day today. big warm-up. upper 70s and low 80s. late this afternoon, showers and thunderstorms will quickly race through the area. there's a potential for damaging winds but we'll be clearing out for a nice weekend. saturday, 65. plenty of sunshine sunday. monday afternoon even warmer up to 79 degrees. another round of showers later tuesday. clearing for wednesday and thursday. have a great day. and that's your latest forecast. >> thank you. we've been bringing you pretty fun cast reunions. it's been 15 years since cheerleading hit "bring it on" opened and brought first place at the box office and brought in $90 million. robe robert ebert called it the "citizen kane" of cheerleader
movies. >> the 25th anniversary issue. billy bush was there. ♪ . >> by the time the captain realizes her squad's winning cheers have been stolen, most fans are already chanting along. >> when people come up to you about this movie, what are they -- what do they throw at you? >> cheer. >> i get a lot. >> you're going to have to do it. >> did you realize during filming that this would not only be a hit but that we would be talking about it 15 years later? >> nope.
>> no. >> no. i think they were expecting some arnold schwarzenegger movie to be number one. >> it didn't have the budget, it didn't feel like the studio cared what we were doing down there, no offense to them, but it felt like we were off in our own bubble. >> reporter: and left to their own devices. the gymnast turned cheerleader, had their fair share of fun off-set. >> fondest memory of making this together. jesse, it's got to be spending the night in jail in mexico, i would imagine. >> that story has been embellished. >> what did happen? >> we drove down, we got arrested, we got out. >> on your own. >> what more to say? >> the producer bailed us out. >> we bailed ourselves out. because we're professionals. >> reporter: but behind the cheer, memorable lines. >> this is not a democracy. it's a cheerocracy.
>> reporter: the squad needed to compete. what was your feeling at the time about the issues of class, race, homophobia? i mean, this film touched on that. were you aware of that? >> some of the covert dialogue was a little exploitationist, which we changed. there was a line i said say what-a-what. we did it in such a fun campy way where we slid in a message. >> reporter: how did the toothbrushing scene come together? it's one of people's favorites. >> it read as nothing. it's like an eighth of a page where we brush our teeth and there was a little sexual tension.
i remember my mouth hurt a lot. >> reporter: how many times did you do it? you guys must have been incredible. >> 15 times. >> you were an aggressive brusher, though. >> reporter: apparently the chemistry on screen was not all pretend. >> we got together a lot outside of work and had little parties and gatherings. yeah. we were all -- >> i have to say, it kind of feels like even though it's been 15 years, everyone is so familiar. and it's like nobody really changed in 15 years. >> you know what i mean? everyone is pretty much still the people they were. >> reporter: friendships and a film that have withstood the test of time. >> i haven't seen a lot of "bring it on" halloween costumes. >> i have every year. >> reporter: for "today," billy bush in los angeles. >> favorite line. this is not a cheer-off. >> and you had them in texas, didn't you, back in the day? >> you had a cheerleader, too. >> with you. last halloween i was.
good morning, i'm vai sikahema just before 8:30. it is a friday. let's get a look at our forecast with meteorologist bill henley. >> it will only get warmer during the day. sunshine, passing clouds and tracking a few showers in the area. center city, a look at the clouds moving through. showers to the south, moving in through maryland and new castle county in delaware. just a few sprinkles in bear, delaware, right now. 65 in atlantic city. pottstown, northeast philadelphia up to 69 degrees and climbing. near 80 degrees this afternoon. late-day showers and thunderstorms could have
damaging winds. >> all right. thank you, bill. let's get a check on traffic and situation, water main break from jessica boyington. jessica? >> out in philadelphia, timing out things. the good thing about the city, you can go right around the block. lombard street is doing good. 6th or 3rd around the area, you can take those streets. market street is closed between 3rd and 4th until about 11:00 am. vai? >> thank you, jessica. investigators are looking into a suspicious fire in south philadelphia. near 9th street around 6:30 this morning. fire marshal tells us that trash was set on fire, some minor damage but no one was hurt. you can always get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. i'm vai sikahema.
8:30 on this friday morning, october 9th, 2015. hearing rascal flatts warming up. we say hello as the crowd gathers here. willie in for matt. sheinelle in for carson, dylan in for al. why didn't we get the day off? gosh! >> and by the way, a great crowd, a big crowd and a loud crowd, a friday crowd. talking about some great music. more with a big concert coming up on monday. selena gomez hitting the concert
stage and a new way for you to get involved. you can see your picture on our fan cam. send in an image and let us know why you love selena. go to today.com to learn more. monday, only on "today." wrangler has found something he likes. >> a trick for you. i'm sorry. >> i've got it. also ahead, we'll be catching up with eva mendez, the actress, model and designer is taking time these days to just be a mom and natalie has a chance to sit down with her and hang out. we'll have much more of natalie's visit. natalie, we miss you. come back soon. >> i will. see you soon. >> and we will get a check of the weather from dylan. >> doing all right there, willie? >> don't mind us. we're going for a walk. to get more treats.
>> willie the dog whisperer. >> this weekend, it is going to be a really nice weekend for most areas, except south carolina, an area that really doesn't need more rain could end up with a quarter inch to a half inch of additional rain with a front moving through. and in the pacific northwest, windy, gusts near 45 miles per hour. still stormy on sunday, and for the rest of the country, actually looking all right. showers clear out of the carolinas. th good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a summer-like day today. a big warm-up. upper 70s and low 80s. late this afternoon, showers and thunderstorms will quickly race through the area. there's a potential for damaging winds. we'll be clearing out for a nice weekend. saturday, 65. plenty of sunshine sunday, monday afternoon even warmer, up to 75 degrees. another round of showers later tuesday. clearing for wednesday and thursday. have a great day.
encounters fun, danger and the tiger lily. >> it's our tradition to grant you the chance for freedom. >> rooney mara plays tiger lily and levi miller plays peter. good morning to both of you. >> morning. >> was that as fun as it looked. >> i don't know if it was fun for you getting thrown up on stage. >> it was still fun. >> this is an incredible movie, brilliant, and i mean that literally. it's so colorful. so lovely. i know rooney you wanted your family to see one of your movies. >> yes, i have all these nieces and nephews and cousins and they never get to see the films i'm in for good reason.
so i wanted to do a film they would get to see and enjoy. >> how did you kind of along with the director reimagine tiger lily in this sequel? >> they reimagined her for me before i came on board. joe really wanted the natives of neverland to sort of be parts from all over the world, you know, sort of like a conglomeration of every culture you could imagine and i thought there was something really beautiful about that. >> yeah, he said there was a hippy vibe to her too, which is cool. >> yeah, joe has a hippy vibe himself. >> levy you are one lucky kid and you beat out thousands of boys who auditioned, came to l.a. and auditioned. tell me about the moment when you got the call, okay, you got the part of peter pan. >> well, it was three weeks after the audition in london, which was the final audition, and he said i would like to offer you the role of peter in
"pan" and i started crying and it was a dream come true. >> and it must be and i'm sure you're familiar with all of the other peter pans before you and was that part of your preparation or was that nerve-racking to think there are so many different versions of this? >> well, it wasn't exactly inspirations of peter's character. because there is a different -- there is an origin story, so it's something that's never been seen before, and i thought i could -- well, it was already there for me and we constructed it with joe but i thought i could bring a new peter pan and origin story. >> it's so exciting, and you have to get down and dirty in there. so you've got to do real stunts. and you were really in there. i know you had a stunt double, but as i understand, you did a lot. >> i have been saying, i wish i always had a stunt double for every day. >> like a copy shop? >> just when i didn't feel like doing something, send her in. but the whole stunt department was amazing.
i've never done anything like that before. it was very challenging. but it was also really fun and exciting. and i think we all felt that way. >> yeah. >> well, it's great. we can't wait to see it. "pan" comes out today. rooney mara and levi miller, thank you so much. >> thank you. and now over to willie. viva today is brought to you by toyota, a proud supporter of hispanic heritage month. all week, we are celebrating latino culture and this morning natalie appeared on the red carpet and presented an award at the latin american music awards last night. it looked like a blast. >> such a great night. i've got to tell you, i was thrilled to be a part of it on telemundo at the latin american music awards. party all night. but this morning, i had one of the biggest names in
entertainment, eva mendez from her movie career to her modeling to her ever-expanding fashion brand and more recently becominging a new mom. it seems she has everything, including ryan gosling and i caught up with eva to talk about it all, including how important her cuban heritage is to her. >> you come from a modest family, as i understand, first generation. >> that's a nice way to put it, modest. first-generation american. we didn't have much when we were growing up. my mother was incredible. she's always making sure i was aware i was an american and that is a privilege. she was like, you can do anything. and we came here so you would have these opportunities. and i was like, oh, no pressure. >> and the land of opportunity came knocking. a casting agency saw her photo, met her and signed her. she had her first part,
"children of the corn 5." >> give me a ring sometime. >> her beauty landed her on the cover of magazines. eva has not forgotten where she came from. >> i'm a frustrated archaeologist inside. so i think i let that out when i go into a goodwill or salvation army. >> it was there this latina superstar developed her sense of style which is why new york & company approached her three years ago about designing her own line. >> as i understand it, great price point. and for every body type, as well. >> absolutely, 0 to 18, and that's going up. we're going to carry size 0 to 20. >> it's important to you. >> absolutely. especially coming from a latin family where we have so many diverse, you know, body types. >> eva's family is key. especially now that she has a daughter. he is mer olda, born a year ago with partner ryan gosling.
>> this is your third time away from her, right? >> yep. >> so does she stay at home with a babysitter? >> no. >> with papa. >> the family. thank god i have my entire family ten minutes away. >> they sing spanish songs? >> absolutely. >> can you sing a little? >> of course there's one my mom sings. she says -- [ singing in spanish ] >> cute. >> stuff like that. >> one thing eva won't share is a picture of her baby girl. both she and ryan are fiercely protective and private. >> does ryan get in there and change the diapers too and do all of that? >> that's a given these days. i don't think that that's a plus anymore. better not be, fathers out there. >> how much are you loving life now? >> i love being an example. to somebody. oh, what should i wear or should i do this project? when i think about my daughter, i think about her face and i
know the answer immediately. i guess she is my moral compass. just beautiful to be an example for her. >> and eva says motherhood is enough for now. she is taking a break from hollywood to spend and enjoy precious time with her daughter. guys? >> i think she has enough on her hands, the fashion line and everything else. natalie, thanks so much. come on back home now. >> thanks. coming up -- how one mom beat breast cancer. first, this is "today" on nbc. vince mazzeo-
fighting to save atlantic county. chris brown's attacks? the press calls them "embarrassing" political "posturing." the truth? chris brown and will pauls opposed the atlantic city rescue plan, even though it would save thousands of our jobs. we already know they're propped up by north jersey casino interests. and pauls even wanted the vote to allow north jersey casinos "this year." now they brag about helping atlantic county. but there's a word for politicians like that. hypocrite.
jersey banded together to fight for its biggest cheerleader. >> you think of my family and all you do, it's football. i'm a girl who knows a lot about football. i'm a little crazy when it comes to my boys. that is my biggest joy, watching them play. >> reporter: laura is a proud football mom. leading the cheers for her sons. but in 2012, laura was the one in need of support. after she got a diagnosis that's all too common for women. >> i went for my normal mammogram in november, and the last week in november, the doctor actually called me here and he let me know that i had cancer. i had surgery, and they realized that it had gone to my lymph
nodes. >> when they had gone to have the surgery, we found out it was stage two and that's when it really hit. that's when it really hit hard. >> from day one, my family became a team. my sister was like quarterback. my boys, my mom and dad, they were all just taking care of me. >> laura's support team grew to include the community. >> you have your family-family and then you have your football family. and at that point, they cross paths. >> when i was first diagnosed, i said i want to be okay just to see them play football. and i know it sounds crazy but that got me through my cancer. >> after treatment, laura was in the stands at her boys helped
lead the football team to a new jersey state title. >> i know my boys love me a lot, and just to have them win, i know that made them so happy so that made me so happy, so they kind of got a reward for being there for me. for that year. me beating cancer, and then my boys winning a state championship, i couldn't have asked for more. >> when my mom got sick, we knew that she was going to win. there was no doubt in my mind she was going to beat cancer and it was kind of the same mentality on the football field. >> oh, i'm so happy. woo! >> in football, you work together to get the ultimate goal. without our football family, i would never have gotten through my cancer.
>> it is estimated in 2015 there will be more than 230,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer in the united states alone. you can do your part to help. head to today.com to purchase a pink power t-shirt. as for laura, it's been three years since her original diagnosis and we're happy to report she is cancer-free. in fact, she'll be busy tonight rooting on her son joey now a senior captain at brick township hoping to extend its undefeated season. head to today.com to share your story. if we feature it, you'll get a chance to go to super bowl 50. >> thank you so much. you can catch the san francisco 49ers tonight on nbc. rascal flatts live in can certificate. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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♪ i like the sound of that ♪ ♪ ♪ ooh ooh ooh ♪ yes i do yeah good morning. i'm vai sikahema just before 9:00 am on this friday. bill, a little cloudy there behind us. >> dark clouds. so far, it's dry in philadelphia. i expect that to change later today. live, mostly cloudy view of center city. also tracking light showers
moving into delaware at this hour through eastern maryland. more showers and thunderstorms later today before they get here. temperatures climbing from the 60s, topping out in the 80s this afternoon. bill, thank you. happening today, disgraced comedian bill cosby is expected in a courtroom for a deposition in a civil lawsuit. that suit was brought bu by one of dozens of women who claim cosby sexually assaulted him at the playboy mansion in the 1970s when she was just 15 years old. she claims the comedian gave her alcohol before the alleged attack. cosby has never been charged with a crime. police describe a large knife or perhaps a sword. nbc 10 on the scene on juniper drive. they've not said what role this person has been charged with any crime. investigators tell us the victim was stabbed in the hand and taken to the hospital. he is expected to be okay.
no word yet on a motive. delaware county is in desperate need for volunteer firefighters and ems workers. holding their first-ever recruitment drive today from a high of 300,000 back in the 1970s. numbers across the state have fallen to just 30,000. i'm vai sick heema. another update in 25 minutes. you can always get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. back to the "today" show. see you in another half hour. 2 --
>> and also, isn't it also they're kind of sucked in. it's not -- flying in. >> yeah. >> i just think that -- you know -- >> it's a big problem. now they take measures at airports to keep them away from runways and airports. >> some airports, they even use birds of prey to keep certain birds away. but obviously i think you mentioned the most famous of this is sully. >> sully, the mer california on the hudson, and landed in the hudson river under no power. and by the way, tom hanks currently filming a movie called "sully" where he place captain sull sull
sullenberg. one travel frustration that may be solved. you know how you never have enough space overhead. >> winter coats -- i swear it fits. i travel with it all of the time. >> people don't like traveling with you because you take up all of the space. get yourself on alaska airlines. they are adding overhead bin space. they are retrofitting their planes. lowering the bins by two inches, also making it easier to reach the lights, i guess. you get less head room. i'm worried about the leg room. knocking it down a little bit. but that's -- you know -- what i'm worried about is people are going to bring more or bigger. they're going to find a way to fill the space. >> especially -- if there is space, you will fill it. in the wintertime, people take their coats. i was recently flying and you go to put your bag up and you see all of this extra stuff. and i was like -- okay. that's a macy's bag. i know that counts.
you can fit a macy's bag -- >> when they're watching you, don't put your suitcase -- >> exactly, don't crunch that. i hope it's -- my other thing is too, when you get to your seat -- we've talked about this. you get to your seat and your overhead bin space has been taken. or they say, well, there's no more room so we have to take your bag off. and i don't understand. to me, that space above you should belong to you. right? doesn't that go with your seat? >> absolutely. >> but that's not the rule of the land. >> people find the first open space, no matter where they're sitting and just put the bag up there. >> okay, do you ask, hey, that's my space, can you take it down? >> and nobody says anything. everybody looks down at the in-flight manual. >> how much do you love those homecoming -- military members come home and visit their family. this one happened in ft. carson, colorado, on tuesday. first lieutenant daniel owigles returned and there is a row of military there.
and they were worried she wouldn't recognize her dad but she remembered. this is video from kktv-11 news out of colorado springs and she spotted him in an instant. those never get old. >> first of all, the reaction from the other military personnel on the side. they're like, okay, i want to look down at this super cute kid but i have to look forward. and then her gold boots. >> that's where tamron went. >> i'm like, child, you had me at the gloitter boots. >> i didn't notice them. >> we have a little girl in our studio, i'm going to digress for a second. can she come over? come on, come on. i don't even know her name. i just saw her in the hallway. can we show your boots, please? look at that! >> the fringe is so -- >> you are -- >> do you think you'll loan them to me for the weekend?
she dresses how i would dress. >> what's your name, sweetie? >> ava. >> thanks for coming and watching the show. >> she's like, thanks, i'm going home with my mom now, tamron hall. >> she's running. >> bye, ava. >> aye ava, you're awesome and beautiful. >> we know tamron gets a little hangry, hungry and angry. snickers replaced wrappers with 21 different hunger symptoms. >> i'm not the only one who gets hangry. oh, oh. these are great. okay, this one says goofball, which is the story of my life. the sub title of my life. impatient. i don't get impatient. you think i do? when i'm hungry? >> do you get dramatic? >> i have yogurt inside this
cup. jerry gives me a snickers every day. >> 9:00 in the morning. >> what's that? >> confused. >> okay, who does this? sleepy. >> yep. >> i think that comes with the territory. with this job. >> look at snickers being smart. >> we need to talk about think or swim guys. it's breast cancer awareness month. last year we raised $14,000. tamron famously stepped up to the plate and got dunked in a beautiful ball gown. this year, our goal, we're getting big here, we want to hit $50,000 with your help by the end of the month. of if you donate, we may choose four of you to come to new york city to dunk all of us. >> all four of you, not just tamron. >> we upped the money. last year it was $10,000, and incredibly we raised it rather quickly and i had to take the dunk. now we're all in as a team. i want -- i want willie so desperately to wear the borat,
he wears this colored bikini. >> whose side are you on? >> i think willie should wear the borat. i said for al he would wear one of those old-time -- >> the wool -- >> just to be clear, none of this is happening, don't worry, america. we'll think of something good. >> we will up the ante. but i think it's a big deal, you get to hang with us and dunk us. >> go to today.com and make a donation. we appreciate it. >> and maybe we change the substance. instead of pink water, make it like a pink mud slime. >> okay. >> dylan -- >> did i walk away too soon? >> you walked away -- >> you walked away like eva walked away from me. like the poor child walked away from her mom. >> no offense taken.
>> but i made it to the weather wall. and we have this cold front bringing rain to your southern missouri. this is actually going to cause problems for south carolina later this weekend. saturday morning we're going to see some showers, pockets of heavy rain in and around columbia and then as we go into saturday afternoon, it sets up with this area of low pressure along the coast. so we could end up with higher tides than normal, more coastal flooding and more rain. we are looking at just about a quarter inch to a half inch of rain, but that's too much for all of the flooded creeks and rivers and we could even see up to an inch in and around myrtle beach. that's the wea good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. summer-like day today. big warm-up. upper 70s, low 80s. later this afternoon thunderstorms and showers will race through the area, potential for damaging winds. clearing out for a nice weekend. saturday 65. plenty of sunshine sunday. monday afternoon even warmer up
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>> and he should must train a group of highly skilled librarians as she protect ancient mysterious artifacts. >> village? you didn't mention a village. >> i know. that's because the temple is the best bit. >> can't love mummies too much. >> we need recon. do the villagers know? do they worship it. how do they feel about strangers mucking around with their mummies. >> trust me. they won't know we're here. they know we're here! >> good morning! thanks for having me. >> so the librarians is kind of sci-fi. have you always liked sci-fi or does playing these roles make you more into it. >> i have. i grew up reading and loving star trek and star wars. and this is more like indiana jones a little bit. but less serious. even indiana jones was never serious but as noah wily says,
even indiana jones was played by don knots. we are not a serious super hero show. we're very -- it's a fun fantasy adventure show. and it's great for the whole family. really fun. >> these are not the librarians of my youth, rebecca. i must say with the glasses and chain and sweater. who are these characters? >> this is a secret special highly talented group of geniuses who are invited by the new york metropolitan library to seek out dangerous magical artifacts hidden around the world and keep them out of the wrong hands. and i play their guardian. i'm actually a nato counterterrorism expert called eve baird who is a strategist and uses her skills for seeking out weapons of mass destruction to seek out these magical artifacts and i keep them safe. >> wow. >> how does that qualify you for going home and dealing with twin
girls who are 6 years old? >> i'm sort of the team leader for this group of librarians, and i really get my practice at home. we've got so many pets and twins and, you know, it's like -- i'm boss at home and i'm boss of these librarians. >> how fun is it to have the girls, and twins, nonetheless? >> they're going to be 7 in december, and it's such a fun age. >> how do you handle double birthdays? what's the strategy going into it? two cakes? >> i do two cakes. i sort of leave it up to them. and they sort of work out if they want a theme for their birthday. their birthday happens to be december 28th, which so sorry to say, it's the worst birthday in the world. nobody feels like celebrating their birthday. not even them. they're like, thanks. everyone is over it. i actually -- sadly, they had their first birthday party last year. that was the first time i ever threw a party for them. and i did it two weeks ahead of time, just to separate it.
>> having a birthday party. they were not even that into it. >> my sister's birthday is december 29th. and it's like by the 30th -- oh, sorry. help happy birthday. >> because they're twins. they get so gypped. >> we were talking about our mutual love of dolly parton. your guys to another level. >> my mom introduced me to her when i was really young. and she's just an amazing woman on so many levels. i named one of my daughters dolly after dolly parton. and when i was seven and a half months pregnant my best friend and i flew down to dollywood and we got a chance to meet her and see her perform and i got to tell her i was going to name one of my daughters dolly. and she was so -- she seemed so genuinely touched -- and a week later after i got home, i got a letter from her in my mailbox on
butterfly stationery that said -- i forgot to tell you when you were here my middle name is rebecca. you should name her dolly rebecca after the two of us together so i did. >> drop the mic. >> did you frame that note from dolly? >> i still have it in safe keeping. i know exactly where it is. >> we all share your love for dolly. >> thank you so much for being here. >> thank you for having me. >> two of the librarians premiers on tnt. justin bieber details revealed in pop flicks. a flu shot? when it helps give a lifesaving vaccine to a child in need in a developing country. thanks to customers like you, walgreens "get a shot. give a shot." program has helped provide seven million vaccines. make your flu shot make a world of difference.
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in savoring our food. the laughing cow. reinvent snacking. good morning. i'm vai sikahema just before 9:30. we get you ready for the weekend, let's check in with meteorologist bill henley. good morning, bill. >> it will get summer-like this afternoon, with temperatures near 80 degrees. into the 70s this afternoon near live, partly cloudy view. we're tracking light showers also in delaware, moving through smyrna at this hour. heavier showers and thunderstorms for this afternoon. 66 in philadelphia. south philadelphia is 61. we will warm into the upper 70s, near 80 later today. >> thank you, bill. investigators, meanwhile,
are looking into a suspicious fire in south philadelphia. nbc 10 on pashonnock avenue near 9th street. trash was set on fire near an apartment build tlg. there was some minor damage but no one was hurt. delaware county is in desperate need of volunteer firefighters and ems workers. the shortage is so severe that their holding their first-ever recruitment drive today. the numbers across the state have fallen to just about 50,000. neighbors in southwest philadelphia are hoping police can make a quick arrest after a well-known businessman was brutally attacked. a man walked into an auto tag shop near 63rd street before closing time yesterday. the man then robbed and stabbed the owner of the shop 20 times. be left he locked the owner inside. the owner was able to call 911. police had to break the door down in order to reach him. i'm vai sikahema. another update in 25 minutes. you can always get the latest
news and weather with the nbc 10 app. back to the "today" show. vince mazzeo- fighting to save atlantic county. chris brown's attacks? the press calls them "embarrassing" political "posturing." the truth? chris brown and will pauls opposed the atlantic city rescue plan, even though it would save thousands of our jobs. we already know they're propped up by north jersey casino interests. and pauls even wanted the vote to allow north jersey casinos "this year." now they brag about helping atlantic county. but there's a word for politicians like that.
. taking a look at the headlines, vice president joe biden has asked a super pac that supports him to pull a draft biden ad that was scheduled to run next week. the group said it will comply. the ad focused on personal tragedy in biden's life to portray him as resilient. biden is expected to meet with his family as he decides whether to enter the presidential race. if you're wondering when is the best time to get your flu shot. it is now. october is the beginning of flu season and it takes two weeks for the body to build immunity against the virus. doctors say this year's vaccine is expected to be better than last year's, which was only 19% effective. but even some protection is better than none, especially, of course, for young children and the elderly. general motors says parts are being shipped to fix a
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dylan. >> tamron, i'm sure it doesn't feel like a marsh malo. rain moving into south carolina. down through south carolina, western parts of the state, early saturday morning, we'll see rain. then it moves into the eastern part of the state by saturday afternoon. the rest of the country, looking really nice. 60s through the midwest, a little bit stormy in the pacific northwest with winds on the coast, gusting up near about 20 to 40 miles per hour. on sunday, a couple scattered showers in and around seattle. slightly breezy, warm, temperatures well above average in the southwest. mid to upper 80s through the plains. 70s in the midwest. a little cooler on saturday through the east coast. sunday, near 70s. and showers along the carolina coast will be moving eastward. that's a look at the weath good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. summer-like day today. big warm-up. upper 70s, low 80s. late this afternoon, showers and
thunderstorms will quickly race through the area. potential for damaging winds. but we'll be clearing out for a nice weekend. saturday, 65. plenty of sunshine on sunday. monday afternoon, even warmer, up to 75 degrees. another round of showers later tuesday, clearing for wednesday and thursday. have a great day. and that's your latest forecast. >> some of your favorite movies, including the romantic comedy, "27 dresses" and "rock of ages" where she rocked is out alongside tom cruise. >> and now the new movie "the final girls." check it out. >> we're in a movie? >> but this is a horror movie and billy murphy is really after all of us. >> why do i have to wear all this stuff again? >> because you're scripted to do a strip tease and when you take your top off, billy comes
running. >> but why does he hate my boobs? >> why am i laughing? i'm a child of the '80s. those were my flicks. and this is a great meta sendoff. >> absolutely. and that's exactly -- i wouldn't really call it a horror. it's more like a back to the future. you go in and it's commentary on these really bad sort of '80s scripted horror films. and now we can sit and laugh. and it's such a smart way to make a film. it's just, you know -- the director is incredible and a whole unique way of seeing film again, you know, through the eyes of these young kids who are not part of the '80s and they go into this horror film and go, wow, the lines rah really bad. and these characters are quite horrible. so much fun to film this. because we all kind of make fun of these movies. but to actually be in --
>> how much fun was it? >> it was amazing. i actually got to play a few different characters. because i am in the beginning in the real world. and die quite quickly. and my daughter comes into the film that i -- used to be the scream queen and gets to see me again and say her goodbye. so it's a really beautiful mother-daughter relationship we get to watch and it will pull at your heart strings a little bit. it's a little bit of everything. >> you have another film coming out "beyond deceit"? >> yeah, there's a few actors, al pacino and anthony hopkins, if you haven't heard of them, you will. >> they look familiar. and the other guy does too. >> they look familiar. you know their faces. yeah, it's really exciting. and again, another great -- that one is a thriller. it's really well-done. josh duhamel is the male lead and does a fantastic job. >> coming out on showtime?
>> good lord. where are you finding the time? >> mama has got to work. >> mama has got to work! >> get through college. >> what does "the final girls" mean? >> in a horror film, made it in the slasher flicks, the one who killed the killer so we're trying to -- you have to be the vergerr virgin to be the final girl. so it is about becoming the final girl and who is going to be the final girl. who is going to die. so it's a pretty interesting concept too, because everyone has to deal with the fact that we're going to die. one of us is going to survive, but the rest of us are going to be dead. and who is that going to be? >> think about how many times jamie lee curtis is the final girl. >> scream queen, yeah. >> amazing. >> i remember as a kid watching "friday the 13th" wow, so that's
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>> our "today" parenting team has brought you some easy hacks. >> kristen chase, ceo of cool moms and mother of four. >> i like mother of four. >> so listen, you're starting off in the kitchen. >> you know what, on our site and on my podcast, people always ask, how do you do? it's not magic, it's easy. i put these three bins in my fridge. i do the sandwiches, the kids pick what they want and pack it themselves. and you know what, when they put a banana in, they can't come home and say why didn't you pack an apple. because they did this themselves. >> so this is each kid then? >> no, i do fruit, snacks and veggies. >> okay. >> yeah. >> and ready to go. >> and another one i love is to kidify your kitchen. make it kid-friendly.
make it lower down so they can grab it and i'm a fan of color-coding. look at these plates. they can't fight because they have their picture and name. >> we have similar plates in our house. >> pick your battles. >> they're not like, you have my cup. no, i'm pink. >> exactly. >> this is for the mornings. i actually love to-do lists myself. i do to-do lists in a notebook. i make them personalized. don't forget to check them off. or you know what i love, these boogie boards. you can write homework, and then you can check them off. right, like that? and then at the end of the day, gone. isn't that amazing? it's a boogie board. and this is a new one. >> is this battery operated? >> it's an e-writer, lcd screen. this is 8.5, so it has an app that you can send to your phone. >> i like the to do list for kids. check off your stuff. >> and i can leave a note that says good job. >> this is a cool strategy.
>> my gosh, our readers love this. of who has time for star charts and reward charts. no way. all you need is a jar, a label and some marbles. so if they do a chore or a behavior you like, you -- good job, willie. you get a marble. and then they pay you if they want to use it for screen time. so it's 15 minutes a marble. and then it teaches them budgeting and also is a great way to track these screen time. >> it's like mommy bitcoins. >> it is. i do 15 minutes per marble. >> so each marble is 15 minutes. >> yep. and you know, what i got my kids to stay in their bed at night. eat their dinner. they'll be fighting over them. >> on or off the screen. that's good. >> who likes nagging, right? that is my worst nightmare. and it doesn't make me happy. i want to be happy. so you know what i do, i let the stuff do the nagging. so i leave notes on things.
like on this dirty pile of laundry. what do i have here? it says, i don't like the floor. and i just put a note on it. and then the stuff does it. what about here? right? feed me dirty clothes. >> so when the note has been ignored, do you escalate in color? is there an angry red face? >> i stand outside their room with a sign. >> this is a great idea. >> thank you. >> smart. we love these. you could get more ideas at today.com/parenting team and share your own advice. of thank you very much. good to see you. back in a moment on "today" on nbc. >> i'm going to write you a note. >> here's a marble. you'
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dylan and i said weekend takeover. we're here. don't worry, we're on it. >> we were preparing backstage. >> wow. >> what are you working on this weekend? >> we have a dog who, you know -- people love their dogs. >> roscoe, j-man. people love their dog so much, they never want to let them go. now you don't have to. have you heard you can clone your dog? we have talked about this. we have a story about a couple who did clone their dog. which worked out for them. it's not inexpensive. >> yeah. >> i don't know how i feel about that. >> i don't either. i love my dog. but i sort of think what makes them special is he's jake. >> i have to be honest, the first thing i think of is pet cemetery. it didn't work out. but i'm interested in it. thank you. >> we'll be watching tomorrow. >> up next, his best
good morning. i'm vai sikahema. just before 10:00 this morning. enjoying a bit of a warm-up today. let's get to meteorologist bill henley. bill? temperatures should be in the upper 60s. heading for 80 degrees. mostly cloudy skies right now. enough sunshine that temperatures are climbing. clouds a bit thicker in delaware. seeing showers move through smyrna through cumberland
county. toms river was in the 40s to start with. now 70 degrees there. 69 degrees at philadelphia international, northeast philadelphia, it's 68 degrees. clouds will be in and out during the day today. 78 degrees at 2:00. late this afternoon and this evening, strong thunderstorms roll through. i should have walk add way, the testimony from one of the men charged in the center city building collapse trial that could end as soon as today. one man admitted playing a part in the deadly accident. benschop testified for prosecutors. he took a deal that will give him ten to 20 years in prison. he was the operator. more than a dozen hurt, four people were killed when a brick wall fell on to a salvation army thrift store. benschop testified against this man, griffin campbell, who is facing murder charges. his construction company was in charge of the demolition that
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