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good morning. breaking overnight. deadly explosion. two blasts rock a peace rally in turk turk turkey's capital. who is responsible? we have latest. the lucky one. one student spared in the massive shooting in the oregon community college, shares his account. what happened when a gunman entered the classroom and started firing. rallying for ryan. house republicans pushing hard for wisconsin congress member paul ryan to take the house
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speaker job after the stunning news that kevin mccarthy who is bowing out. ryan saying repeatedly he doesn't want the job. so what now? could it lead to a government shutdown. and celebrities behavioring badly. actor shia labeouf arrested outside a bar in texas and actor randy quaid arrested trying to get back into this country. that is all "today" saturday, october 10th, 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning. welcome to "today." i'm erica hill. >> i'm craig melvin alongside dylan dreyer and sheinelle jones. the peace rally outside turkey
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today. the nbc chief correspondent richard engel is in istanbul. richard, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this was an absolutely an troesh yus event. students and peace activists gathering in ankara this morning to gather for the peace demonstration. a low level conflict going on with the turkish government. these people were coming to say that fighting needs to end. the country needs to pull together and as the crowds were growing, witnesses say two explosions went off. one can be seen while people dancing in the foreground. more than 100 injured were carried away on the peace banners they were bringing to the rally. so far, there has been no immediate claim of responsibility. this attack bears all the
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hallmarks of an isis-style attack. the opposition parties and many people at the rally do not support the government. say that the timing is very suspicious. in three weeks, there will be important elections in the country and opposition parties accuse the government of not doing enough to protect them. craig. >> richard engel for us in turkey. thank you. there are new details this morning about the shooting in oregon last week. for the first time we are hearing what happened in the classroom when the gunman walked in and opened fire. details coming to us known as the man as "the lucky one." sheinelle. >> good morning. while we had a general idea of what transpired, this is the first chance to learn how horrifying those last moments were for the victims and survivors. this morning, the most detailed account of what really happened in the classroom where christopher harper mercer killed eight students and a teacher
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before turning the gun on himself. 18-year-old survivor matthew downing releasing a statement saying he was chosen to be quote the lucky one who would tell the story of what happened. downing writes, quote, it was about 30 or 40 minutes into the class when i heard a couple of shots fired when he walked in. the first thought in my head was that this couldn't be real. downing says the shooter told everyone to get into the center of the room and be quiet. then, says downing, he looked directly at me and said, kid with the glasses, you are the lucky one. i will not shoot you if you give this to the cops. i sit up and he pointed a gun at me. i thought this is the moment i would die. harper spares downing. he asked student after student if they were religious and shot them in cold blood. according to downing, after harper mercer was shot by the police officer outside, he lay down on the ground and shot himself in the head. downing's statement released the same day president obama visited
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with the survivors as well as family members of the victims. >> we will have to come together as a country to see how we can prevent this issues from taking place. but today is about the families and their grief and the love we feel for them. >> reporter: protesters lined the streets upset with his push for stronger gun control. >> he is here for a gun grabbing agenda. our town is in mourning. >> today, funerals will be held for four victims and umpqua community college will hold classes on monday. erica. sheinelle, thank you. >> turning to north korea now where the country is putting on a show of force to mark an important anniversary and north korea's leader is talking tough with the ckoconflict with the united states. nbc's bill neely is in the capital of pyongyang. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, craig.
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from a rainy pyongyang where i have just seen probably the biggest parade in north korea's history. the biggest military parade. it was uncomfortable because no one does the parade like the north koreans. it is definitely the goose stepping capital of the world. this was a show of strength. this is an army that regards the united states as enemy number one. this wasn't just a display of unquestioning loyalty. this was a defiant message to america. don't mess with us. don't stop us from trying to develop the nuclear weapons that we believe is our sovereign right. there was a defiant message from the man who presided over the parade. supreme leader kim jong-un. he says our policies are driving the united states into a dilemma and corner.
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i will continue to strengthen this army. a defiant messages from him. you can probably hear the troops in the background chanting because this celebration, this parade will go on here, although it is slightly raining on the parade. that is one thing the supreme leader cannot control. from pyongyang, back to you, craig. >> bill neely in north korea. thank you. the push for the house speaker continues in washington. republicans scrambling to find someone to take the job. so far, not a lot of luck. nbc's kristen welker is at the white house. good morning. >> reporter: erica, good morning. stunned members of congress trying to regroup away from washington. most of them way from the washington this weekend. the biggest name is congress member paul ryan. it is not clear ryan wants the job. with house republicans leaving town without a leader, all eyes
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are now on congress member paul ryan. the consensus candidate who top republicans want to be the next speaker of the house. the 45-year-old father of three has consistently said he is not interested. content with his current position as chairman of the ways and means committee. >> what an absolute privilege and honor it is to chair this committee. >> reporter: friday, it was clear he would have a lot of support even among potential opponents. >> if paul ryan got into the race, i would support him. >> paul ryan is the right person. >> reporter: the more conservative branch is not totally on board. this all comes after kevin mccarthy stunned his colleagues and washington thursday by announcing he was dropping out. >> i think i shocked some of you. >> reporter: he dismissed rumors that a whisper campaign led to the out ster. any candidate who has committed
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misdeeds should withdraw from the race. mccarthy said that had nothing to do with the decision. >> no. come on. >> reporter: the chaos comes as the house is facing a long to-do list. to pass a spending bill. a house divided, but seeming to agree on one point. >> i think people want to get it right rather than do it too fast. >> reporter: now ryan even took a call from mitt romney who urged him to run. house majority leader john boehner says he will stay on until an election for replacement. erica. >> everybody is putting on full-court press. even people not in washington. paul ryan says he is focused on the packers this weekend. when can we expect a decision? >> reporter: the house is on break for ten days. ryan will use that time to discuss the decision with his family and friends. he is hoping his colleagues use the time to decide if they are
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ready to rally. by all accounts, the congress wants this resolved when they get back from break and as they work on issues like keeping the government funded. >> an important issue. speaking of other decisions, everybody awaiting a decision from vice president joe biden. any word there? >> reporter: well, not yet. look, vice president biden, according to sources, is home this weekend with his family. i'm told he will hold a meeting with them to decide or try to decide if he actually wants to get into this race. he knows the clock is ticking and he really only has the next week or so to decide whether he wants to get in and if he wants to mount a credible campaign. he has a big catch up job. bernie sanders and hillary clinton raised a lot of money. he has to catch up in an organizing game on the ground. we don't expect him to participate in the tuesday debate. the final decision is expected within days. >> we'll be watching.
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we are talking about another shark attack. this time in hawaii. >> this time a 25-year-old surfer in critical condition after he was attacked by a shark off oahi. collin cook on his board when his leg was bitten off by a 10-foot tiger shark. >> one of the guys surfing started screaming help. shark. >> recuers were able to keep him talking until crews could transport him to the hospital for surgery. trouble for two hollywood stars. shia labeouf was arrested outside a local bar in texas. taken in for public intoxication. the latest in the string of run-ins that he had with police. actor randy quaid has been taken in custody by u.s. border agents. quaid was trying to cross into vermont from canada where he and his wife fled after felony charges from california. officials ordered the couple
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deported. jerry parr was credited to helping save the life of ronald reagan in 1981. he moved reagan out of the path of john hinckley. nancy reagan called him one of the finest to serve the couple try. jerry parr was 85. and major league baseball, the mets over the dodgers. the first game of the national league division series. the mets topped the dodgers, 3-1. key to the win, the 13th strikeouts by jake degrom. the white house was a house of a different color overnight. the mansion was bathed in a pink glow. one of many landmarks lit up for breast cancer awareness month. beautiful. >> pretty. sheinelle, thanks. i spent time in south carolina this week in my home state. it is a long time for people can
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get their lives back to normal. more word of rain. >> more rain today. they are still dealing with flooding. rivers and creeks take a long time to recede. with more rain on the way, and a bit of a coastal system setting up, we could see coastal flooding. the governor has not issued any mandatory evacuations, but she said people living along the coast should be mindful more flooding is possible. here is the frontal system that is moving to the southeast. western parts of the state deal with the heavy rain this morning. then it moves into the eastern part of the state into this afternoon. flash flood watching across south carolina. this area of low pressure will wrap the wind back around to create high tide flooding along the coast. it will exit here. by sunday, the rain exits and good saturday morning, i'm
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michelle grossman, it's fall-like today. it's october, sunny, cooler, breezy, temperatures at 65 degrees later on this afternoon. winds from the northeast at around 10-15 miles per hour. sunday, a lot of sun, warm e 68, and a lot of sun on monday, mostly sunny, tuesday, a cold front with a chance of a shower, and 65 on wednesday. have a great. and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you. up next, a look back at the week that was from the catastrophic flooding in the carolinas to the gridlock on a 50-lane highway in china and the priceless reaction of a grandmother now worth a few hundred million. but first this is "today" on nbc. vince mazzeo-
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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. back now with "the
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download." our chance to help you look back at the week's headlines. >> a quick recap of the stories that grabbed our attention. >> floods of biblical proportions destroyed communities in south carolina. >> days after the rains, 70 dams are in danger. >> flash flooding triggering more than 200 rescues. >> i said amber, fight. >> she wasn't breathing when three county detention officers pulled her out and performed cpr. >> i never believed in angels. i believe now. devastation of the family members after the cargo ship lost as sea. the coast guard suspended its search. >> six days? >> el faro sank between jacksonville and puerto rico. >> you never should have sailed through those waters. >> after finding one body and debris and badly damaged life boat, concluded no one could
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have survived joaquin. a hospital was mistakenly struck. >> a fatal mistake by the u.s. military launching an air strike in kunduz, afghanistan. >> at least 22 killed. including doctors and patients. six burned in their beds. >> when we make a mistake, we are honest about it. >> but the apology is not enough. doctors without borders is calling the attack a war crime. russia and the u.s. finding themselves in the dangerous territory as they continue to fight in syria. >> 4 of the 26 cruise missiles russia fired at syria landed in iran. >> we have not and will not agree to cooperate with russia so long as they continue to pursue this misguided strategy. >> washington is fuming at russia's choice of targets in syria, mostly anti-assad rebels.
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some backed by the u.s. in china, an epic traffic jam with thousands going nowhere. >> holiday traffic combined with foggy weather and new checkpoint that forces 50 lanes to merge into 20. i quit automatically. >> calling it quits after winning the lottery. this lucky grandmother julie leach was the winner of the jackp jackpot. >> she drove back to the fa factory. >> as for going back to work? >> i was done. >> and a lucky day for one college student who lost her identification only to have it picked up by none others tom hanks. >> he tweeted this picture saying lauren, i found your student id. if you still need it, my office will get it to you. get this? she's not on twitter.
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>> i had an e-mail from my profess professor. i opened it. it said you're famous. pretty cool. >> i don't know which is crazier. the fact that tom hanks found her id or she is a college student not on twitter. >> i would frame that. >> this bottleneck in china -- >> oh, my goodness. >> i can't get my head around it. >> there is an ez-pass lane and i'm on the wrong side. and i have to get over two lanes of traffic. >> i like the lane on the outside. all the way on the right. >> there were 50 lanes. all of it. >> chinese engineering. still ahead, a rather costly pet project. >> it is. a couple dropping $100,000 to clone their beloved ♪ we stop arthritis pain, so you don't have to stop.
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guess you'll just have to see a movie... ...then get some dinner. what a pity. nbc 10 news starts now. 7:26, good morning, everyone, i'm ted greenberg, and it feels like fall this morning. first alert meteorologist,
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michelle grossman is in the weather center. >> feels like fall, cool this morning, temperature in the 40s. walking out the door to sunny skies, and mostly sunny throughout the afternoon. 53 right now in philadelphia for you. 56 in allentown, 41 in mount ocono, and 51 in wildwood new jersey. cooler today, breezy, 65 this afternoon, and a lot of sunshine throughout the weekend, 68, a nice day on sunday, warmer monday, 73, and chance of showers tuesday before we cool down on wednesday, partly sunny, 60s thursday and friday and breezy. >> thank you. we are working find out if the police will continue to search for a stroller thrown over a local bridge last night. police received a call from a woman who saw someone toss a stroller over the 16 street bridge. police don't know if there was a baby in the stroller, but they are not taking chances dive teams searched the waters of the
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brandy wine creek for hours late last night. this is from sky force 10, and many police stations were involved in the search, and investigators say the witness was not able to give a good description of the person who allegedly tossed that stroller. the "today" show continues in a moment, and we're back in 30 minutes with local news. have a great weekend.
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♪ it's beginning to look a lot like christmas ♪ >> i love that. >> no, you're eyes do not deceive you. it is beginning to look a lot like christmas at rockefeller center. the world famous ice skating rink opens monday. >> it will be 74 degrees. >> on monday. that sounds like ice skating weather to me. >> the tree is not far behind. december 2nd. >> mark your calendars. i remember you bringing us the story of the tree. are you on tree duty? >> i'm proudly back on tree duty. we have a heck of a tree coming. heck of a tree. >> we are looking forward to it. a lot of the nice folks on the plaza. we are happy to wait until december. we are happy you are here with
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us on this 10th day of october, 2015. a busy news morning. headlines right now. the two deadly explosions in turkey overnight killing 30 and injuring more than 120. the blast rocking the capital ahead of the peace rally. the oregon shooting victim known as the lucky one released a statement overnight writing how the shooter picked off students one by one. his story released on the same day president obama sparked controversy with his visit to meet with families of victims of the tragedy. rain is back in the forecast today in south carolina. just what the flooded out state does not need. the governor warning residents that they may need to evacuate. we start this half hour with a case of a domestic violence victim. sentenced to three days in jail for refusing to testify against her husband. this morning, she is speaking
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exclusively to nbc news. nbc's kristen dahlgren has her story. >> an easier thing to do. it seemed easier to go to jail than testify. >> reporter: at the victim's request, nbc news has agreed to shield her identity as she speaks for the first time. the judge punished her to refusing to testify against the husband she alleges choked and threat threatened her as knifepoint. >> why didn't you show up? >> my anxiety. >> you think you have anxiety now? >> i knew i did wrong when i missed the trial, but i wasn't expecting her reaction. >> reporter: the court held her in contempt. >> i sentence you to three days in the county jail. >> reporter: the video went viral. advocates for abuse victims outraged. >> many victims will remain silent because they will see
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this and feel they cannot get the system involved. >> i think after everything that's happened, i would most likely not call the police at all. >> reporter: a spokesperson said the judge cannot comment on pending on impending cases and victim testimony is key to successfully prosecuting such crimes. something the victim says she understands. >> i broke the law and she has every right to do her job. >> reporter: but after serving her sentence, she is still not over what happened in court. >> three days in the county jail. >> i'm taking it one day at a time. there's good days and bad days. >> reporter: for "today," kristen dahlgren, nbc news, new york. >> i can't imagine. >> it seemed as if the judge coming from the bench is unnecessary. >> walk a mile in her shoes. what she is dealing with.
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we should go outside. dylan dreyer is standing by with the check of the forecast. >> good morning, guys. a bit chilly out here in the northeast. for today, it will warm up back tomorrow. in the southwest, we are looking at record-breaking heat. we have the area of high pressure going to keep temperatures about 5 to 20 degrees above average. fresno should top out at 96. l.a., 92. vegas at 93. it is not just in the southwest. look at the northern plains. bismarck, north dakota, 84 for the high today. that heat extends through the plains and start spreading east. we have rain in south carolina, an area that is still dealing with massive flooding. we are looking for up to 1 to 3 inches of additional rain and high tide along the coast. tomorrow, temperatures should get back up near 70 degrees. most of the country on sunday looks like will see quiet conditions. not a lot of rain expected anywhere on sunday. we have birthdays out here.
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how old are you turning today? >> 12. >> you are visiting from maryland? >> yes. >> what are your plans? >> we are going a bunch of places. >> a big surprise. everything is all planned, but you don't know about it >> good saturday morning, it's fall today, it's october, becoming sunny, cooler, breezy, temperatures normal at 55 degrees. winds northeast at 10-15 miles per hour. sunday, a lot of sunshine, warmer, 68. 73 on monday, mostly sunny, tuesday, a cold front could bring a chachnce of a shower, a sun returns wednesday at 65. have a great day. and that's your latest forecast. craig. >> dylan, thank you. anyone who owns a dog knows they are truly are man's best friend. losing them? heart breaking. how far would you go to get a
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carbon copy of your faithful friend? one couple loved their dog so much, they spent $100,000 to have him cloned. here's nbc's kerry sanders. >> reporter: henry and ken look like playful pups. they are actually clones. genetic replicas of phil and paula dupont's dog melvin. >> they love him. they dress that dog up. >> i would jokingly say if cloning got more economical, would we clone the dogs. >> reporter: with the price of $100,000, cloning is far from economic economical, but they went for it. >> some people have a motorhome. we have the dog. >> reporter: they work with biotech, a company in south korea. they used a small tissue sample from melvin before he passed away. >> using the cells, we inject them into the egg from egg
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donors. we make an embryo. we implant that embryo into a surrogate and clone puppy. >> reporter: since dolly the sheep successfully cloned in 1996, cows, kittens and pigs and horses and of course, dogs cloned. >> there are a lot of applications that can be beneficial. >> reporter: pet cloning comes with health risks and the clon d ed animal is not satisfy exact replica. >> like identical twins, they will be their own distinct individual. >> reporter: the first puppy died of canine distemper. they went there the process a second time to get henry and ken. >> it is not bringing back the past, but going forward. >> reporter: a story that will continue. the duponts are thinking of cloning melvin again in the future.
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for "today," kerry sanders, nbc news. >> would you do it? of course i wouldn't do it. it's $100,000. >> take the price away. >> then, yeah. there are lots of things i would clone if it was free. >> really? >> look at you. wrong answer. >> you wouldn't do it? >> you can't clone the soul. >> you are right. it is the personality you love in your dog. >> it's $100,000. >> we took the money out. >> you can't take the money out. >> tweet us. up next, ugly betty star america ferra is talking about among ♪ when is your flu shot more than a flu shot? when it helps give a lifesaving vaccine to a child in need in a developing country. thanks to customers like you,
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natalie morales caught up with america ferrera to talk about her life on tv and other passions. politics and anti-bullying efforts. >> amy is a venture of life. >> america ferrera is back on set in the comedy "super store." about employees at a discount department store. >> you play amy. a veteran floor supervisor. >> it was probably her high school job and ten years later, she's here. it's fun and it's funny and the hardest part of the job is keeping a straight face. >> write letters. call. >> reporter: it is not the actor that inspires the star. she is passionate about politics. >> so many of us know of the strong voice you are about getting out the latina vote. >> it is about empowering our community. it is hard to show up and engage in a system. >> reporter: this summer,
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ferrera made headlines when she wrote a letter addressed to the republican frontrunner donald trump after his comments on mexican immigrants. she wrote, i'm writing to say thank you. you see what you just did with your straight talk was send more latina voters to the polls than several rallies combined. >> reporter: the letter you wrote went viral. what did you think? >> i think it speaks to a certain point of view that wants to be represented. >> reporter: that point of view shaped by her heritage as a daughter of immigrant parents from honduras, she was born and raised in los angeles. >> georgina? >> that is my middle name. america was a terrible name to grow up with. kids will find anything to make fun of. they used to turn to me to say the pledge of allegiance. it took me a while to understand what it meant for me, what it meant to be latina and american
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and how that was going to you know fit into my identity. >> reporter: today she is lending her voice to the anti-bullying campaign. >> reporter: you have been such a strong supporter of lizzy who cannot gain weight. >> she found a way to stand up and fight back. >> reporter: that fighting spirit defined ferrera. >> i am latina and i am connected to those roots forever. we deserve our rights and deserve to be seen as the humans that we are. >> reporter: for "today," natalie morales, nbc news, los angeles. let's check in now with dylan in the orange room with the plaza fan of the day. >> thanks, erica. i'm joined here in the orange room by don and usha from philadelphia. what are you celebrating?
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>> our anniversary. >> we have been together for 13 years. >> you left your kids at home? >> hi. >> hopefully they are watching. they should being up by now. >> exactly. it is 7:44. it's time. still to come on "today," live from new york, it's amy schumer. a look at the "it" girl's career as she marks another m the kids are asleep. look what i got. oh my froot loops! [sniffs] let's do this?
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♪ there's something in me... ♪ ♪ ♪ there's something in me... ♪ ♪ take a look at that scene. early this morning, people lined down 48th street to 6th avenue hoping to get in to see "saturday night live" tonight
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ebola fighters, people making a difference. i wanted to talk to bradley cooper. he made a difference to me. >> what can i say about amy schumer? i say that sincerely. >> the 34-year-old has gone from unknown to emmy award winner to mega movie star. seemingly overnight sdplch. >> i was one of the most influence people although you never heard of me. >> "trainwreck" had a better opening than "the 40-year-old virgin." she just negotiated a book for $8 million. she considers jennifer lawrence as one of her best friends. >> what is it? >> don't even start. all my celebrity friends.
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>> and now add "saturday night live" host to her resume. >> we will have a great show. >> so what is it about amy schumer? she is not a cookie cutter hollywood set member. >> i don't fit in here. straight up body type. in l.a., my arms register as legs. >> she uses her comedy to draw attention to issues that really matter. sexism. sexual assault and shaming. >> you don't like rapist. >> and nothing and no one is off limits. >> kim and kanye standing there owning it. i just took a dive in front of them. >> she's unapologetic, confident and comfortable admitting her faults. her fans say she is a role model for a new generation of women. >> do you like amy schumer?
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>> the funniest woman in hollywood. >> she, like you said, she feels approachable. the person you want as your best friend, but standing up for all of us normal people out there. >> she is hilarious. >> amazing. >> insanely talent. you can catch amy on snl with the musical guest the weekend. >> the weekend? i'll see the show. >> we will be bleery eyed in the morning. >> we're back in a moment, but first this is "today" on nbc. vince mazzeo-
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just ahead today, 27 women in one room sharing their accusations against bill cosby ranging from ha rasments to groping to rape. hear from them coming up. a cool start, 40s and 50s in the area, feels like fall today. your full forecast coming up. >> who is calling? a new phone scam with a familiar ring to it. warning from police and what you need to know about who is on the other line. dozens of people boarded busses from philadelphia to washington, d.c. for the 20th anniversary of the million man march. hear what some have to say about this historic day. those stories and more at nbc 10 news at 8:00 a.m. today next. t " but why? why fios?
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nbc 10 news starts now. >> i was drugged and raped. >> i was sexually assaulted. >> he flipped me over and raped me. >> bill cosby's accusers speak out. dozens of women come together for an emotional meeting, sharing stories about alleged sexual assault they say were committed by the comedian. plus, biden's big decision. the vice president is home in delaware this weekend and we await word on whether or not he's going to join the 2016 race for the white house. does he was support? hear from local voters straight ahead. here's a live look outside the center city skyline, what a difference a day makes, rain is gone, the sun is shining, but cooler temperatures are here. how long they last ahead in the first alert forecast. good morning, everyone, welcome to nbc 10 news today, i'm ted greenberg, and thanks so much for being with us, 8:00 on
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a saturday morning. this is a video of a lightning strike captured with a cell phone while on the pennsylvania turnpike. yesterday's storms sparked a tornado warning, and now there's a big drop in temperatures for our weekend. first alert meteorologist michelle grossman is in the weather center with that weekend forecast. >> good morning, ted. yeah, a big difference in temperatures. 15 degrees cooler compared to yesterday. we were at 80 degrees yesterday. we are at 65 today. chilly this morning, temperatures in the 40s, grab the fleece, the jacket as you head outside this morning. we are cloudy now in philadelphia and looking at 42 degrees in mount pocono. that's chilly. 56 in allentown, 52 in philadelphia, and 51 in atlantic city. it is breezy too. factor in the breeze, cooler than what it actually is. 15 miles per hour winds in philadelphia, 12 miles per hour in dover, and just higher tha

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