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going to be moving into philadelphia. if you are leaving the house, you may want to grab and up brel la. it will still be mild, near 70 degrees this afternoon. >> warm temperatures. >> thank you, bill. happy throwback thursday, everyone, "today show" is up next. >> you can get updates on the nbc 10 app. brought down that russian airliner and that isis may be responsible. the head of the airport where the plane took off, fired. we're live with the latest from egypt. what did they know? the wife and son of the illinois police officer who officials say staged his suicide to look like a police shooting, under scrutiny. as the investigators reveal the officer had been feeling for years. >> he went from a hero to a which will. >> this morning, where the investigation goes from here. not laughing. >> hey, hey, ho, ho, donald trump has got to go. >> hispanic groups protest nbc for donald trump's holding of
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"saturday night live," as the show yanks this online promo. >> because of equal time rules for television, mr. trump can only speak for four seconds in this promo. >> i'll say this, ben carson is a complete and toyotal loser. >> he releases his first campaign ad. we'll talk to trump live. and show stopper. ♪ nothing like your love to get me high ♪ >> justin timberlake goes a little bit country at the cmas chl. the performance that brought down the house, today, thursday, november 5th, 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a business thursday morning. >> the story of the russian plane crash becoming more troubling, with more information coming in in the last several hours. >> a lot of developments to get
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to. u.s. officials saying the evidence points to a bomb and isis may be responsible. the 224 victims are laid to rest today. we'll talk about the impact on security at airports here in the u.s. and around the world. we want to start with the investigation this morning and nbc's bill neely in cairo. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. strong suspicions and serious implications perhaps for all of us. u.s. officials saying they have information. they call it evidence. that points to terrorism as a possible cause of this crash, and points to the world's deadliest terror group. from the moment the first rescuers arrived, a bomb was one possible cause of the crash. investigators scouring for clues for six days. now, u.s. intelligence says the evidence indicates it was likely a bomb. isis has twice claim it downed the plane. it's shown no evidence. it is active in the area, and
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u.s. officials believe if it was a bomb, isis may be responsible. it's a strong suspicion, not a conclusion, and no evidence of explosives has been found. but it's a suspicion shared by britain. >> we formed the judgment that there is a significant possibility that the russian aircraft was brought down by an explosive device on board. >> reporter: britain, one of three countries stopping all flights to the airport where the plane took off. american aircraft have long been warned away from this area. >> we obviously have a strong desire to get to the bottom of what exactly happened there. >> reporter: no one is ruling out a technical fault as the cause. the black box recorders are still being worked on. but the focus now is on the airport and its workers. >> a member of your terrorist team as an employee would be able to go anywhere.
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>> reporter: egypt and russia resent the u.s. and britain suspicions. nina was a 60-year-old grandmother and the first passenger to be buried. there is deep concern among u.s. officials, there's enough circumstantial evidence to suggest she was murdered in midair and wasn't the victim of mechanical failure. >> the egyptians really kicking back this morning. a government minister saying the u.s. theory isn't based on facts, but they fired the head of the airport from where the plane took off. investigators found lack security there. the russians, too, aren't accepting it. 23 russian planes due to land today at the airport. they've just sent in anti-aircraft war missiles to protect their planes in syria. they think they are now a target. >> bill neely in cairo. thank you. >> still questions unanswered. the question we're asking is what does this mean for air
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travel in the united states? tom costello covers aviation for us. good morning to you. >> hi, matt. any time you have an incident overseas that heightens the awareness and concerns about security, u.s. official s and ta and homeland security take note and try to apply any lessons they might take from what happened overseas. immediately, no change in security posture at u.s. airports. we should note that no u.s. airlines right now fly into or out of sharm el sheikh egypt. as bill mentioned, there's a notice the faa issued earlier this year, stating that if any u.s. carrier overflows that area, it must be 65,000 feet. they were trying to avoid possibly being within range of missiles. very few, if any, airlines fly that region on a regular basis. with this intense scrutiny on the sinai, it's unlikely any of
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them will. in fact, i was checking one flight plan earlier this morning, and it is now diverting around the sinai completely in order to make a fly into dubai. we should note, however, that as you know, the tsa has been under tremendous scrutiny, especially in this week, because it failed yet again in a series of undercover tests in september to catch these mock devices. these mock weapons that were -- inspectors were trying to smuggle through. we've seen this repeatedly, where there have been problems at tsa checkpoints over the years. in september, this happened again. the tsa has committed itself to addressing those security lapses and trying to address the issue immediately. that is not in response to what happened over the sinai, but as you would expect, any time something like this happens overseas, homeland security takes a heightened approach to it. >> tom costello, thank you very much. >> let's dive deeper into this. greg is a former ntsb investigator and kevin is a
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national analyst for nbc news. >> you have crash investigators on the scene, intelligence analysts figuring out that end of it. can these investigations go hand in hand, the crash and the forensics? >> they have to go hand in hand, matt, only because now while we were thinking it was an accident, now it looks more to be, basically, an intentional act, if you will. when they look at the wreckage, they'll have a different eye. they're going to be looking for residue. they'll be looking for markers, if you will, for bombs or explosives. >> heavily studying the security at sharm el sheikh airport, in terms of, could a passenger have smuggled something on board, or did someone with access to the plane do something like this? >> absolutely. the airplane, is it sitting overnight unattended? did somebody have access to it? did the catering crew bring something on board? did the servicing folks get something into a portion of the aircraft? of course, people loading the
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baggage, did they put something behind a cargo hold? they'll be looking carefully at who had access to the airport during its time on the ground. >> let's turn to kevin for the national security implications. as u.s. officials zero in on the bomb theory, why is that? is it a process of elimination or a matter of going back, looking at the chatter, intelligence circles even before the crash, and seeing it in a new light? >> i think a little bit of both. the british announcing yesterday morning, definitely sparked a frenzy in washington and got everybody asking, why would they go more forward than the americans, saying, first, it may have been an act of terrorism or explosive device. then when the foreign secretary said, that's what they believe happened. i think there's cross-talk between the americans and the british, to figure out, like you said, going back in time, how soon did they know and when? >> after the crash, isis said, we did this. people didn't think it was possible. do u.s. intelligence officials think isis has the planning and
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capability to get a bomb on board, or might they have had t help? >> i asked james clapper if they had the ability to shoot down an aircraft. he said it was unlikely but he wouldn't rule it out. most officials are focusing on this video that isis put out, that's shown up, of what looks like to be the plane in the air exploding. if someone was in place ahead of time to film that, that's as much of a red flag as you can find. >> significant piece of evidence, for sure. thank you so much. there's a new twist this morning tied to the shooting death of a beloved police officer in illinois that investigators say was actually a carefully staged suicide. lieutenant gliniewicz's wife and son are also under investigation. nbc is following the story. good morning to you, john. >> good morning. another stunning development in
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this story that's already had so many. it appears investigators want to know if lieutenant gliniewicz's secret life was a family affair. >> reporter: this morning, the news that the wife and oldest son of lieutenant charles j. gliniewicz, known as g.i. joe, are reportedly under investigation, is another shock for residents. >> my gosh, g.i. joe went from a hero to a criminal. >> reporter: two months ago, gliniewicz had a hero's funeral. he taught kids about law enforcement. now, investigators say, for seven years, he stole from it. >> thousands of dollars were used by gliniewicz for personal purchases, travel expenses, mortgage payments, personal gym memberships. >> reporter: investigators released startling new details about how gliniewicz faked his own crime scene. placing his pepper spray, baton and glasses to disguise his
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suicide as a death in the line of duty. gliniewicz, who had experience staging crime scenes, even fired a shot into his cell phone and bullet proof vest before the fatal shot into his upper torso. authorities released text messages they say show gliniewicz feared his crimes would be discovered. this text, this situation right here would give her the means to crucify me if discovered. gliniewicz's wife and son are under scrutiny. they said they'd accocooperatedh the task force's investigation. >> the most emotional experience of my life, and the only way i could express it is to say it was complete shame. >> the 100 club of chicago is a civic group that supports families of first responders who die in the line of duty. they gave an initial payment of
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$15,000 to the gliniewicz family. now, for the first time, they want their money back. matt, savannah? >> john yang, thank you very much. >> a story that's been turned on its head. now, to the presidential race. republican donald trump is trying something new on the campaign trail, as he gets ready to host "saturday night live" this weekend. it's courting controversy. we'll talk live to mr. trump in a moment, but first, peter alexander has more. good morning to you. >> good morning. we're under 90 days from the iowa caucuses, and donald trump system officially hitting the airwaves in iowa and elsewhere. the billionaire spending his own money, $300,000, to get his message out. >> reporter: fighting to fend off his strongest challenge yet, donald trump for the first time in this campaign, is paying to be heard. >> if the people of iowa vote for me, you'll never be disappointed. i don't disappoint people.
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>> reporter: trump's new radio ads debuting in early contest states. >> i don't feel the need, but a lot of people want me to do it. we're leading in new hampshire and all over. >> reporter: after securing his name on the new hampshire ballot, trump teed off on the new front runner, ben carson. >> ben cannot do the job. you know what? he's very nice and some would say, that was a nasty -- look, i don't care. >> reporter: sparking a backlash, trump's hosting gig on "saturday night live" this weekend. latino groups protesting outside nbc's new york city headquarters, delivering a petition, demanding nbc and "saturday night live" revoke his invitation. racism is not funny. >> because of equal time rules for television, mr. trump can only speak for four seconds in this promo. >> let me say this, ben carson is a complete and total loser. >> reporter: nbc later removed the ad. carson declined to attack trump
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when reporters told him about the "snl" promo. >> i discovered when i was in grade school that those tactics really are for grade school. >> reporter: meanwhile, trump is also taking aim at marco rubio. >> marco rubio has a disaster on his finances. he has a disaster on his credit cards. >> reporter: rubio is facing scrutiny about how he used a state party credit card when he was a florida legislature. two years of credit card statements haven't been disclosed. >> if there was something personal, i would pay it. if it wasn't, the party paid it. >> for this weekend's "snl," car s carson said he won't watch trump host. he wouldn't if he was asked. he said, i don't like making light of the presidency like that. >> thank you so much. donald trump is with us now by phone. mr. trump, good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. >> let's talk about your new ads.
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they're just out this morning. i'm assuming you would not waste your money on ads if you didn't feel you needed to. does this show you're feeling the heat, that the race is tightening? >> i don't think so. fox came out with their poll last night, a big one, and i was substantially in the lead. i'm leading in almost every poll. but i will tell you, i've had heat because i haven't spent money. it would be nice if the country could do that. i've spent no one and i'm number one. others spent tens of millions and they're doing poorly. it would be nice -- honestly, wouldn't it be nice if we can do that with education, where we spend more per pupil than any country in the world and we're in 28th place. i wanted to do the ads. i'm putting them in iowa and south carolina and new hampshire. you know, hopefully, they're going to be good ads. it's time for me to advertise a little bit. >> ben carson has momentum in these polls. he tops some and you top others. he said your attacks on him is grade school bullying.
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>> he's referring to the "saturday night live." he said he'd never do it. of course, he would. they didn't ask him to do it. "saturday night live" is a special thing. it's like being on "60 minutes." i was on "60 minutes" a month ago. there are iconic brands, iconic things. he'd do it if he was asked. every president probably you can think of, and many of the candidates, have done it. but i don't think they'll ask him. i know if they did ask him, he would do it. >> let me ask you about that. as you are perfectly aware, there are latino groups outside protesting nbc and "snl" because you are hosting this weekend. are you surprised that "snl" asked you to host after there was this split with nbc back in the summer? why did you accept? >> it wasn't so acrimonious. the "apprentice," they renewed with me for 28 sessions. they wanted to do it but i decided i wanted to run for president. i wanted to make the country great again. i told steve burke, a fantastic guy at comcast, i'm going to
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run. they renewed the "apprentice," but i decided i couldn't do it because of the time. miss universe, there was a problem, to be honest, and i ended up buying their interest. then i sold it to img, the whole thing. it worked out amazingly well for me. there's no problem whatsoever with nbc. now, the reason they put me there is a simple reason. ratings. if i didn't get ratings, they wouldn't put me there. >> you were critical of marco rubio and his handling of his own finances, suggesting that the way he's handled his personal finances perhaps is a good way to determine how he might handle the country's finances. my question to you is, does that invite scrutiny of your own business record? you talked about using the bank rescue loss strategically in the past. here's the bottom line, if a company is doing well, is healthy, robust financially, why do you need to use the bankruptcy laws? >> i'm no different than many of the people that you have on your
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show. the biggest business leaders in the world. we all do it. we use the laws of the land. i've had 500 companies of different kinds, and over the years, i've used it three or four times, as has -- i could name people. why should i name them. you have the list. virtually everybody you write about has used the laws over the years corporately. i never went bankrupt, but corporately. frankly, i've made a lot of money using the laws. i've also bought a lot of things out of bankruptcies. i pick out things in bankruptcies and end up buying tremendous pieces of land, tremendous assets out of bankruptcy. i've used the bankruptcy laws, which are the laws of the land, for, you know, corporately. i could name the biggest names in business, and they've almost all used them. i mean, so i have had no backlash on that. as far as the rest, i built an unbelievable company with some of the great assets of the world. everybody knows that. i made my filings and everybody was shocked at how big it is.
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they didn't think it was as big as it is. they were shocked how incredible the company itself is. i'm honored by it. i've been a public book. you've been covering me, you and matt, for a long time. i've been a public book. >> we have indeed, and mr. trump, we'll see you in a different role this saturday on "saturday night live." thank you for your time. >> thank you, savannah. former president george h.w. bush out with criticism for some of the key figurh figures in hi administration, including dick cheney and donald rumsfeld. >> the ycritiques are in a new biograp biography. he said dick cheney became different from the one i knew and worked with. >> for rems felumsfeld, he said think he served the president poorly and had an iron blank view of everything. he was an arrogant fellow. >> on the topic of gay marriage,
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personally, i believe in traditional marriage but people should be able to do what they want to do without discrimination. the biography is scheduled for release next week, already making headlines. only once in every 1,000 years do rokerthon and no shave november come together at the same time. it's happening now. al is about to take off on an epic journey across the country. al, where are you, liberty national? >> liberty international airport. we are at the united terminal, getting ready to head to hawaii. can't wait. we'll tell you about that. there is a bigger storm system getting together. it's going to be making its way across the country. look what it did in denver. this is thundersnow. it's snowing and thunder and lightning. some areas picking up 9 to 12 inches of snow. that is making its way east. we'll show you where it'll cause problems. where they don't need it, down in texas.
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already, the radar firing up. we have flash flood watchings and warnings stretching from southwestern texas to oklahoma. ahead of the front, we have warm, moist air coming up. you can see a risk of strong storms. rainfall amounts will be anywhere from 2 to 3 inches of rain as we move through the weekend. today, 2 to 3 inches. 4 to 5 inches from san antonio and it continues to move east into the weekend. we'll get to your local forecast
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>> good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. starting off with fog, some showers. we will see a little late-day sunshine, the temperatures warming in the low 70s this afternoon. sunshine is back with a few scattered clouds tomorrow. look at the warm-up. 77 degrees. with eget more sunshine, it will be warmer friday afternoon. cooler weather this weekend. early showers on saturday, drying out saturday afternoon. sunshine is back for sunday and monday. have a great day. be there. >> al, you are the man to do this. good luck, pal, a
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. >> good morning, just before 7:30. a bit of a foggy start out there you can see behind me, it's starting to lift. let's go to bill henley. >> the fog is disappearing. it's giving us a better view of the clouds, though, it's tracking wet weather, too. you might need your umbrella at least to start with. the rain is falling in montgomery county, seeing light rain in chester county. philadelphia is getting light rainfall now. steadier rain moving through wilmington, and in south jersey, salem, foster and camden county
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seeing that rain, mostly cloudy skies, we will warm up in spite of that, 71 degrees at 3:00 this afternoon. >> thank you, bill. let's get a look at traffic with jessica. >> we had an accident on the schuylkill an hour or so. major delays around gulf road. penndot crew here as well, blocking out the right-hand shoulder and lane. bun when is getting by. we are now at an hour we feel time to the blue route. soed adding on almost an hour to your commute. at the complex apartment in norris town, a shoot og kurd. early this morning, police expanded the crime scene to a car parked in front of the building. no ward yet on a suspect or motive. we will have another update in
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25 minutes. now back to the "today" show with matt lauer. in
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back now. 7:30 on a thursday morning, 5th day of november, 2015. we're saying hi to the folks out in the crowd. we'll get out there and say hi in person in just a little while. meanwhile, back inside the studio -- by the way, that's meghan trainor. she'll perform a song for us, her newest hit, live. we're on the set, drilling carson daly on facts we need to get to later on. >> you'll get them later on, the facts i know, sir. >> okay. >> thank you. >> should we give context? >> let's get to the headlines. >> this is about the blake and gwen situation. let's look at other headlines. u.s. officials say evidence indicates it could have been a bomb that brought down that
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russian plane over egypt over the weekend, that isis could be responsible. all 224 people on board that metro jet airliner died. a suspect armed with a high-powered rifle terrorized a san diego neighborhood on wednesday, brought air traffic to a halt, as well. the gunman fired random shots into the approach path at san diego international airport. that prompted the faa to stop flights from landing for a period. the suspect was finally taken into custody. donald trump is launching the first ads of his presidential campaign today. the radio spots are scheduled to run in iowa, new hampshire and south carolina. trump's republican rival, senator marco rubio is in the headlines for something he said during a q&a with young professionals. when asked to name someone other than a politician he'd like to have a beer with, rubio said, malala, a practicing muslim who is not of drinking age. that received a lot of
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attention. >> papers had fun with that this morning. also this morning, quinten tarantino is speaking out about the controversy that has police units calling for a boycott of his new movie. natalie has the latest on this. >> he's not backing down. the oscar-winning film maker is firing back again at critics, who are angered by his stance against police brutality. tarantino saying police groups are fixing a fight to avoid addressing a bigger problem. >> stop shooting unarmed people. they don't want to deal with that. they'd rather start arguments with celebrities than examine the concerns put before them by a citizenry that's lost trust in them. >> reporter: quentin tarantino doubling down over comments the director made last month at a rise up october rally in new york. >> when i see murder, i cannot stand by. i have to call the murdered the murdered, and i have to call the
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murderers the murderers. >> i was referring to eric garn n garner. i was referring to tamir rice. that's what i was referring to. >> reporter: since then, the biggest advocacy groups called for a boycott of his upcoming film. >> got room for one more? >> reporter: los angeles police chief says he specifically takes issue with tarantino's use of the word "murderer," telling nbc news, i take the word "murderer very seriously. i hunt murderers for a living. i've lived with murder my whole life. adding, a homicide that occurs during a police use of force is rarely a murder. the rally tarantino attended took place four days after nypd randolph holder was killed in the line of duty. while tarantino called that death a strategy, he stress td
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protest was for families of those killed by police and the date couldn't be rescheduled. >> we had over 40 families come out and tell their story and say their loved one's name. >> say his name. >> so because that happened, we're going to say, no, no, don't tell your story. i know we flew you out here. we'll do it another time. it's not convenient. >> reporter: tarantino isn't worried about security or protests at events for his new film, adding many officers are fans of his work. >> they're going to read what i said and watch this show. they'll hear what i have to say. i think they'll make up their own mind and we'll see what happened. >> we reached out to a company behind tarantino's new movie for commentme comment. they didn't respond. tarantino points out while the company would prefer this issue hadn't come up, it is the same that produced "fruit vail station," and the studio supp t
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supports him. >> if somebody expected him to back down and apologize, that's not his intentions. >> the film is set to release around the holidays. this will continue until then. >> thanks. let's get a check of the weather from al, who is in the aur airport at newark, getting ready to launch rockerthon2, in theaters nowhere. >> that's right. only on your nbc station. we're heading to hawaii. it kicks off tomorrow. where it's nice and warm. guess what? it'll be warm here in the eastern third of the country. why? we'll take a look. here's what we're expecting. we have this big ridge of high pressure off the eastern seaboard. it is pumping up warm, moist air from the tropics. this ridge expands into canada. as it does, the warm, moist flows of air come in. look what we'll be seeing. temperatures are anywhere from 10 to 20 degrees above normal, from texas to maine. we're looking for widespread records. temperatures getting up 21 degrees above normal in rochester. 15 degrees above normal in new
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york and boston. then a cold front comes through. friday, we're still warm but not quite as warm. by saturday, that front pushes through and temperatures drop below normal. in the meantime, friday, record-setting highs up and down the eastern your commute. at the complex apartment in norris town, a shoot og kurd. early this morning, police expanded the crime scene to a car parked in front of the building. no ward yet on a suspect or motive. we will have another update in 25 minutes. now back to the "today" show with matt lauer. in >> gd rng, i
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>> you were. >> we talked about this. it is official so we can say it out loud. gwen stefani and blake shelton are dating. they work together and are both single and recently started dating. the newsbreaking hours before blake turned up at the cma awards in nashville. >> was it the truth that set you free? >> i didn't know blake was as hot as gwen. he's a goofy cowboy and she's the queen of cool. they're two of the best people in the business. good luck. we love you. >> are you shocked? >> i am not shocked after the given -- after halloween and the photos that came out. i was a little shocked last night, to hear gwen's people put out a think. she apparently went to nashville. she wasn't on the show last night, but they were going to go to after parties. i don't think they did. >> i admire your discretion. >> you're a good friend. >> you'll need it one day. >> why don't you tell us anything? >> i'm a loyal friend.
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>> we can tell you secrets. >> it's not my story to tell. now it's out. let's move on. speaking of the awards, blake's ex, miranda lambert, was there. she won female svocalist of the year. >> man, i appreciate it. i needed a bright spot this year, so thank you. i love country music fans. >> she won the female vocalist of the year six years now in a row. >> amazing. >> here's what many people are calling the highlight of the entire show. tennessee native justin timberlake singing with chris stapleton. they brought down the house. take a look. ♪ there's nothing like your life to get -- like your love to get me high ♪ ♪ tell me, baby, tell me, baby
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>> justin and chris just started to perform, and within seconds, the entire audience were on their feet. it was a big topic online. chris won best new artist of the year and male vocalist of the year, and he won album of the year. chris stapleton, remember that name. it was a huge night for him. >> justin timberlake may be pound for pound the best entertainment in the world. >> he's in the pop world, hip hop, credibility all day long. he's in nashville. he's a good actor. what can't he do? >> true. >> jimmy kimmel rolled out another edition of mean tweets. >> rascal flatts, do us a favor and stop making music. you are so awful. #so bad. #spare us. #sounds of death. >> i'd rather listen to the sound of my grandpa eating a nectarine for 3:30 than listen to a florida-georgia line song.
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>> hunter hayes is so tiny, he sleeps in a hot dog bun. how did you know? >> little big town, i'd buy a ticket to a concert just so i could punch each of you in the face. >> those are actual tweets. great bit. there's your pop start today. >> carson, good job. thank you. now it's time to kick off rokerthon with a check of the weather from al. >> rokerthon on "today" is powered by netjets. travel without compromise with the worldwide leader in private aviation. >> hey, guys. we are excited because we are attempting to set a guinness world record, most number of live broadcasts in all 50 states in one week. we're very excited. planning a trip like this takes so much in the way of logistics. it takes a village. we had a lot of help.
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>> three, two, one! >> one year ago, i spent 34 glorious hours block edlocked u green room, breaking the record for the longest live weather broadcast. >> you are officially amazing. >> now, i'm ready to take on a new challenge. >> we have a very big announceme announcement. >> announcer: one weather man, 50 states in just one week to bring you the weather from every state in our great nation. >> man, how am i going to do this all? start in hawaii and go to alaska, then maybe to the pacific northwest -- i don't know. i need help with this. >> in order to pull this off, i'll take advantage of many modes of transportation. planes, trains, automobiles, boats. maybe even a horse? but a very specific flight schedule is the biggest factor. the folks at netjets agreed to
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help, so i traveled to columbus, ohio, at their headquarters to come up with a plan. >> how are you? >> nice to meet you. glad to have you. >> shane is the president of netjets aviation. >> we started planning this trip, and it's this giant jigsaw. >> that's right. >> it has my head spinning. >> we're excited to be a part of rokerthon, but this is what we do every day. this is just one part of a jigsaw puzzle we put together. >> inside their operation center, hundreds of employees are coordinating the fleet. my favorite area, the weather area. >> jamie can take you through what he's looking at. >> we're watching the weather in the desert southwest. very strong upper level low, kicking off shower and thunderstorm activity across portions of new mexico. >> you have a very good voice. have you done any television weather? >> no, no, i haven't. >> good. keep it that way. >> we're trying to break the guinness world record. how can you help us? >> we're committed to getting you where you want to go at the
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time you want to go and arrive for when you want to arrive for each leg. we'll do it safely. >> getting to each city is just the beginning. we need to fulfill several criteria to set the record, including forecasting the current local weather in each state. gps data evidence, showing my location at all times. two independent witnesses in each place, confirming i actually did it. i cannot wait. i'm so excited. >> we can't either. we want to get you to have a feel of what it's like to fly the aircraft. we'll take you over to the simulator and give you shots at takeoffs and landings. >> what could possibly go wrong? just getting into these is not easy. people don't realize. >> if you stretch first, it works pretty well. >> there's not a lot of room up here. >> the control tower has been nice enough to let us sit on the runway the last 20 minutes. >> that happens all the time. >> exactly. start applying back pressure.
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turn over there, and you can see out. we'll take a turn to the south right now. you can see right now, you're on nice, level ground. pull it right there. nice landing. good job. >> captain roker. >> wow. >> i will not be flying the plane at any point during the trip. tomorrow, we kick it off in hawaii, guys. then on saturday, we're in alaska. on sunday, we're in spokane, washington. then we hit six states on sunday. we are off to the races. it is going to be an exciting time. folks can follow us on today.com/rokerthon. >> al, we are looking forward to it. we're rooting you on. you want to get us started with one weather forecast right now? >> okay. let's show you what we've got. of course, tomorrow, we are going to be in hawaii.
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the weather is going to be spectacular. lots of sunshine. you can also see, we're looking at a lot of wet weather in texas. they're going to have big problems. rainfall amounts anywhere from 3 to 5 inches. it is going to be a mess there. that's what's going on around good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. starting off with fog, clouds and some showers but we'll see a little bit of late day sunshine. and the temperatures warming into the low 70s this afternoon. sunshine is back with a few scattered clouds tomorrow. look at the warm up. 77 degrees. we get more sunshine. it will go warmer friday afternoon. cooler weather this weekend and early showers on saturday. drying out saturday afternoon. sunshine is back for sunday and monday. have a great day. >> all right. heading down to the plane. our friends at united getting us off on time. back to you, carson. >> al, good luck, buddy. thanks very much. coming up, we have a live
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performance from this young lady, meghan trainor. daniel good morning. i'm tracy davidson. a foggy start out there. let's get details from meteorologist bill henley. bill? >> we started with fog. the fog is easing. plenty of clouds and now rain is falling. in the pocono mountains clouds have been increasing. a live view. the radar shows the rain moving through philadelphia right now and parts of delaware and south jersey. not everybody is seeing this light rainfall. it's starting to taper off in delaware county. it's mild. temperatures have not gotten that cold overnight. they are starting to climb already. 60 degrees in wilmington. >> let's see what the roads look like. jessica >> we can win on schuykill expressway. an accident scene on westbound
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around gulf road around 6:00 this morning and we're still seeing 70-minute delays for this total drive time westbound from the vine to the blue route. schuykill, you'll sit for about an hour. they luckily even though they are letting one lane by are in the process of towing the cars out of the way. because of the weather we're dealing with delays at the airport because of low ceilings. now just be on the lookout for some departing flights to be delayed also. tracy. >> salvation army's red kettle is going digital again this season. the holiday fundraiser which has been around for more than a century kicks off today. this year there's a twist just like last year. donations can be made online. fewer people carry cash so donation have dwindled. i'm tracy davidson.
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♪ we can do this together >> we're back at 8:30 on a thursday morning. it's the 5th day of november, 2015. you know what today is? as we look at a shot of the plaza. >> november 5th, 2015. >> it's the last day you'll see the plaza without a christmas tree in it. believe it or not, the big christmas tree for rockefeller center was cut down in upstate new york earlier this week. it's on its way here and will arrive on the plaza tomorrow
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morning here on the air. >> we're not even wearing jackets yet. >> i know. >> it's going to be 74 tomorrow. >> amazing. we'll bring that tree in tomorrow morning. also coming up this morning, daniel craig himself, live in our studio. he'll talk about the new bond film. his new car, which matt wants to talk about, and what the future holds for mr. bond. >> eight questions about the car. one question about anything else. also coming up, get ready to dance. from the mean streets of nantucket, meghan trainor is here for a live performance. also in the kitchen, nigella lawson has yummy desserts to make you feel good. first, we have this sneak peek at a revealing new documentary. it explores the life and legacy of jackie kennedy. she helped guide our nation through one of its darkest hours, the assassination of her husband, president kennedy, with courage. what was going on behind closed doors in the days that followed? >> reporter: after receiving over 800,000 letters of
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sympathy, jackie thanks the people for their support. >> all his bright life, gone from the world. all of you who have written to me know how much we all loved him, and he returned that love in full measure. >> reporter: behind the camera, jackie is traumatized. >> she kept saying to herself when she was reliving it, she says, maybe if i turned my head this way, or if i turned my head that way. maybe i could have prevented it. >> the documentary special, jackie behind closed doors, premieres saturday at 9:00 p.m. eastern. >> looks really good. let's get a check of the weather. dylan is here because al is in the air. >> i got to sleep in, stroll in at 8:30. >> yeah. >> bweather is fantastic for mot of the northeast. temperatures above average.
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the biggest area of concern today will be across central and eastern texas. more rain is likely. slight risk of strong storms. the biggest threats will be damaging winds and hail. any tornadoes would be isolated. the rain extends to the upper midwest. tomorrow, the eastern great lakes, affecting parts of texas still. the ground is soaking wet, so flooding could be an issue. same for louisiana. eventually, it moves to the southeast closer to the weekend. also, mountain snow. another several good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. starting off with fog, clouds and some showers but we'll see a little bit of late day sunshine. and the temperatures warming into the low 70s this afternoon. sunshine is back with a few scattered clouds tomorrow. look at the warm up. 77 degrees. we get more sunshine. it will go warmer friday afternoon. cooler weather this weekend and early showers on saturday. drying out saturday afternoon. sunshine is back for sunday and monday. have a great day.
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>> and that's your latest forecast. matt? >> dylan, thank you very much. the wait is almost over for james bond fans. 007 is back and on a new mission to take down the elusive crimer, spr "spectre." i can't wait to get a look at that car. >> you must know the 00 program is officially dead, which leads me to speculate exactly why you came. so, james, why did you come? >> i came here to kill you. >> i thought you came here to die. >> it's all a matter of perspective. >> daniel craig, welcome back. good to see you. >> good morning. how are you? >> great. women's hearts will flutter
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watching you as bond in the new movie. men's hearts will flutter watching this aston martin 10. >> it doesn't exist in the real world. they designed it for the movie. >> is the story true you wrecked a bunch of them? >> a few. >> what's a few? >> three or four. >> can i get one of the damaged ones cheap? >> no. but you can, if you're feeling flush, go bid on one. we're going to raise money for charity. >> it is so smoking hot. did you have fun with this? this has all the bells and whistles. it has the toys, the incredible, stunning locations, the stunning women, the threat to the world. is it a classic bond film, or is there something different here? >> i think it is a classic bond film. i think sam, me, the producers, we set out to celebrate what james bond is about. at the core of it, there's a great story. there's a love story. bond, again, goes back into his
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past. we discover a little more about him. but we wanted to just throw the kitchen sink at it and have fun with it. >> is the idea you try to push the envelope with each of the movies but stay true enough that it's familiar to long-time fans? >> you can't ever forget it's a bond movie. that's the deal. as far as i'm concerned, as long as you remember that, everything else is on the table. you can do -- you can still have characters that have a reality to them and react with each other in a real way. it's a james bond movie first and foremost. >> everybody makes a lot about the man that plays james bond. i always felt that bond is as good as the villain he faces in the movies. >> mm-hmm. >> cristoph waltz plays a fantastic villain. what do you need to know about him? >> that it's cristoph waltz. >> what else? >> we drew up a list of people we wanted to play this part, and his name was at the top.
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he agreed to do it. he offers so much, as far as a villain is concerned. he's also a brilli yaliant acto >> james bond movies over the years, they keep up with the times. you can't have villains with cold war plans for the world in 2015. this is very much about the information age and surveillance. >> yup. >> the preponderance of surveillance. what's his plot for the world? what should we know about that? >> well, he is trying to bring together the intelligence sources of the world, but not in a good way. he's trying to bring them together, and he's trying to get at his -- get the most amount of information so that he has control of the world. it's a kind of clash of old world and new. with bond, he always does have a foot in the past. he's the kind of guy that wants to go in the field and wants to look the enemy in the eye and wants to do this.
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what cristoph and a new character we have in here, they represent the blanket surveillance and drones and things like that. >> let me get to the comments you made that got a lot of attention. >> please, do, yeah. >> in an interview, you were asked about bond. you said, quote, i'd rather break this glass and slash my wrists. no, not at the moment. i'm over it at the moment. we're done. i want to be done. put it in perspective. i read it as, this is an incredibly grueling process. when it's over, you've got to think about something else. >> i think when you're asked -- sam put it eloquently last night, more than i did in the quote. if you're 200 yards from the end of a marathon and someone runs up to you and says, are you going to run another marathon? two words you use, right? >> not on a morning show. >> not on a morning show. that's what that was about. i've had massive amounts of fun making this film. i mean, probably more fun on
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this film than all the others put together. the simple answer at the moment is, i don't think about it. i don't want to think about it. i want to think about other things. i want to go home. >> hypothetically, if it's the last one, are you happy with the mark you've made on the franchise? >> i couldn't be happier. i've had a wonderful, wonderful time making these movies, and maybe i'll make another one. i don't know. >> keep our fingers crossed. you're fantastic. >> thank you very much. >> i want that car so badly. i don't want to bid on it, but if you want to give me one, i'll take it. >> it doesn't work like that. >> we'll catch up with your co stars in the next half hour. "spectre" opens up tomorrow. next up, live performance from meghan trainor. first, on a thursday morning, this is "today" on nbc.
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>> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly
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presented to you by cifi. >> for the past year, meghan trainor has been all about the honors. she's up for three american music awards. her album was just nominated for best album at the people's choice awards. her newest song is on the "peanuts" soundtrack. good morning. >> good morning. >> every time you come back, you have new accolades and hit songs. >> more people, too. everybody is here. my dad, all these cute kids. hello. >> we should take a shot. dad, wave your hand hi, so we're sure to see you. you have family in the music video for this. >> i do. he shines, his own solo, and i have my cousins we flew out from nantucket, and my aunt and uncle. hi, guys. miss you. and it's my grandma and grandpa's birthday. happy birthday. >> you were asked to do the music for "peanuts." were you a fan? >> everyone knows about it.
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yeah, charlie brown, huge. big deal. it's an honor. >> the song is catchy and cute. we'll see the kids dance in a bit. you were on fallon the other night. >> yeah. >> what was with the chicken costumes and clucking? one of the more random skits. >> yeah. i was awfully confused when they asked me to do this. he's unbelievable. the nicest human being ever, and made me not feel uncomfortable. i was clucking with jimmy fallon. >> i can imagine the call. can you wear a chicken suit and cluck through this song? >> i'm down. i'll do it. >> take it away, meghan trainor. >> thank you. ♪ don't think about it, just move your body, listen to the music, sing, oh, ey, oh ♪
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♪ just move those left feet, go ahead, get crazy, anyone can do it, sing, oh, ey, oh ♪ ♪ show the world you've got that fire, feel the rhythm getting louder ♪ ♪ show the room what you can do, prove to them you got the moves, i don't know about you ♪ ♪ i feel better when i'm dancing, yeah, yeah, better when i'm dancing, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ and we can do this together, i bet you feel better when you're dancing, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ when you finally let go and you slay that solo, cause you listen to the music, sing oh, ey, oh ♪ ♪ you're confident, babe, make your hips sway, we knew you
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could do it, sing, oh, ey, oh ♪ ♪ show the world you've got that fire, feel the rhythm getting louder ♪ ♪ show the room what you can do, prove to them you got the moves, i don't know about you ♪ ♪ but i feel better when i'm dancing, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ i'm better when i'm dancing, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ and we can do this together, i bet you feel better when you're dancing, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ oh, ey, oh, oh, ey, oh ♪ i feel better when i'm dancing, i'm better when i'm dancing, hey, oh, ey, oh ♪
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♪ i feel better when i'm dancing, yeah, yeah, i'm better when i'm dancing, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ don't you know, we can do this together, bet you feel better when you're, ready, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ you got the moves, babe ♪ ♪ i feel better when i'm dancing, i'm better when i'm dancing, hey, feel better when i'm, yeah, yeah ♪ >> meghan trainor, thank you so much. meghan is sticking around for the rest of the morning. the "peanuts" movie opens tomorrow. coming up, favorite treats perfect for thanksgiving. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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8:49. we're back now with today's food, and more of our ultimate thanksgiving. nigella lawson is here with desserts in her 10th cook book, simply nigella, feel good food. good morning. >> lovely to see you, as ever. >> it's been a while. how is life? >> great. >> calmed down a little bit? >> you could say that. >> that's good. we love that. holidays are a time to feel good, get back to the things that make us feel great, also a stressful time. but you're going with the things that make us feel good. i love this. this is chocolate chip cookie dough pots. >> when you eat a cookie, when they're goey. >> i like them krcrunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.
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>> this is the way to do it. we're starting with flour, half teaspoon of baking soda and salt. >> you told me to stand back. >> i don't want to get flour on you. now, here, we have got the butter. i can't remember how much sugar, but it's on the website. >> we'll put it on the ingredient list. >> like that there. then an egg and a teaspoon of vanilla. >> okay. >> it doesn't matter if -- want to help? >> please. >> there you go. >> smells divine, doesn't it? doesn't matter if it goes looking a mess. >> that's normal? >> yes. don't fret if that happens. i'll say that. because it's a small amount, and it's really a great recipe. with such small amounts, you get a lot of, you know, four to six
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out of these. >> should i put these in? >> you've eaten most of them. >> yeah. do you like milk chocolate or dark chocolate chips? >> dark. >> we had 3/4 cup of chocolate chips. now we have a few less. >> slightly. >> i'll do it like this. >> in they go. let's pretend it's all mixed up. here's what it looks like. >> yes. >> these are called what? >> ramekins. in they go like this. what i find really helpful is that you can make them up ahead like this, and either put them in the fridge or in the freezer. >> so you don't have to do this thanksgiving morning. >> so you do them and need hardly any time. 13 to 15 minutes. five minutes resting time. >> then you cook it. this is what they look like.
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>> they've got the crisp on the outside. all that -- look at that goo. >> you receiver thserve them wi vanilla. >> you're making brownies, as well. >> chocolate hazelnut spread. it's three ingredients. you have eggs, your four eggs, and you whisk those, like they are now. they're really foamy, foamy, foamy. pinch of salt. all you need is this -- i'm not going to do it because you'll eat this in a minute. >> i'm going to go after that with a spoon. >> you drizzle it in. as you drizzle it in, it will deflate a bit. i can start doing it. it goes in here. this is how it looks. it has to be really warm, or it'll go like a pancake. i thought, you know what? you have so many desserts, but
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after thanksgiving. >> these are not overpowering. i'll bite into this in a second. always good to have you here. come back and see us soon. >> i will. >> she'll be back tomorrow with the best macaroni and cheese you've ever eaten. >> we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc.
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did you bring down any of the cookie pies? >> i did not. i didn't want to tempt myself or you. >> oh, my gosh. let's get special birthday wishes. hey, willard. >> hey. we love our birthdays. we're down here in virginia, and new york has the best part of the show. i have the most fun part. sarah shaffer from atlanta, georgia, is 100. middletown, new york, pride and joy is ellen o'brien. she's 100 years old and likes to watch lester holt. can't beat it. hampton alford is from south carolina and crazy about the atlanta braves. bob johnson, handsome fellow, 103 years old today. he loves to garden. get out and dig in the soil. good for you. we had fun down here, doing our
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birthdays. now back to new york. >> will athank you very much. what's coming up? >> we have the bond girls with us. >> how did you not get that segment? >> i got james bond and you get the ladies? >> meghan trainor, too, talking to us. first, on a thursday morning, checking your good morning. i'm tracy davidson. clouds and rain to start your day. let's get you updated with meteorologist bill henley. >> we're seeing light rain move through the area. there's also a few thin spots in the clouds. sun is trying to get through. not going to be very successful today. see the low clouds also from this view from the comcast center. radar view shows the light showers that are moving into
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delaware and south jersey. showers are just guesting ready to exit philadelphia. still some areas of fog now. it's in pennsylvania in chester county. so rainy start. 63 degrees at 10:00. by 1:00 this afternoon, 70 degrees and we'll see some late day clearing. your ride network there are delays a little out of the ordinary. >> we have a combination of reduced visibility with foggy areas and rain onto roadways as well and in combination with that accident scenes we have vicious drive time on the schuykill expressway. route 1, web lanes right in here, 61 minutes still because that's approaching an accident scene and fuel spill in the process of being cleaned out of the way. almost done. one lane getting by around gulf road. 23 minutes is normally where we're at headed eastbound. you can see that increase. 95 not doing too much better. southbound from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway average speeds of 60
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mile-per-hour through the work zone and 50-minute drive time. >> check out this video. lines outside of h and m store on chestnut street in philadelphia wrapped around the block. the store opened early at 8:00. major fashion collaboration is being sold this morning. you can get your hands on the h and m collection. if lines are any indication it will go fast. i'm tracy davidson. we'll have another update in 25 minutes.
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this morning on today's take, top superstar meghan trainor on her animated new hit. have we found natalie's next big advantage? taking to the skies in a jet pack. plus, we'll get shaken and stirred with the stunning trio of new bond girls. all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take," with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today." it's thursday morning. unseasonably warm in new york city and across the country. 75 degrees in new york city tomorrow. >> 75 degree day. >> a lot of water to keep that going.
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>> thirsty tree. >> thursday, november 5th, 2015. i'm willie, along with natalie and tamron. there's one person missing from the table. it's for good reason. al roker off on his record-setting whirlwind seven-day, 50 state rokerthon2 advantage. he's pushing off from newark, new jersey, today, on his way to hawaii, where he'll join us tomorrow. >> nice. >> you're hearing this song, "titanium," by sia. i dedicated this to al. titanium pants roker. >> that can get heavy. >> i don't know what that means exactly. i'm thinking about it. >> he's just amazing, and he can do anything. he's mr. tititanium. >> okay. >> unbreakable. >> stronger than any other known metal. >> my mind, the underpants, wait, what does it mean? >> superman, titanium pants under there. >> that's a visual. >> oh, my gosh. >> donald trump is hosting "snl" in two days.
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this morning, he released two radio ads. the first time we put advertising out anywhere. they'll be playing in iowa, new hampshire and south carolina. here's a piece of one of them. >> if the people of iowa vote for me, you'll never be disappointed. i don't disappoint people. i produce. together, we're going to make america great again. i'm donald trump, candidate for president, and i approve this message. >> that's the first ad we've heard from donald trump. >> it is a radio ad, so you saw his lips weren't moving. it wasn't freeze framed. it was a radio ad for him. >> popped in money, $300,000, into the first three states, which are important if you want to be president of the united states. he said before, he doesn't really need advertising because he gets so much free advertising across television and radio, but now he's putting money into the ads. >> he's seeing the changes in polls in iowa, which is one of the places the ads are playing. >> he's everywhere, including -- >> "saturday night live."
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>> "snl" released promos, posting eight, removing three. we'll tell you about that in a second. here's one that was removed. >> because of equal time rules for television, mr. trump can only speak for four seconds in this promo. >> so let me just say this, ben carson is a complete and total loser. >> basically, those went up in a basket and three came down. "snl" said they didn't take them down on their own, implying the trump campaign wanted them down. >> or the carson campaign got wind of it. >> we don't know the motive behind that. >> latino groups protesting donald truchmp's appearance on saturday. some are delivering a petition with more than half a million signatures, demanding "snl" and nbc revoke trump's invitation, saying racism isn't funny.
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>> eva longoria said, we can have a choice to not watch it. networks, it's their choice to do that. >> freedom of speech and freedom of choice, to vote with your remote. >> that wasn't applied to the pageant taken down. that was for people -- the "snl" thing moves forward but the pageant was taken down. people could click the pageant off, but there was a move made with that. i don't know the difference. >> comments were fresher then perhaps? i don't know. >> prediction, big numbers saturday night. >> no, no, no. >> regardless. >> huge numbers, willie. >> you mispronounced it. >> huge. >> huge? >> huge. >> it's going to be big! >> huge. >> we know it will be. >> it will be. sia is performing. >> titanium pants. >> another reason. >> cma awards last night.
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huge night for our friends in country music. a lot of great pairings. they kind of go hip hop and country. they'll go rock and country. brad paisley and carrie underwood hosted the eighth straight year for them. she is so talented. brad was apparently hoping to hear one special justin timberlake song. take a look. >> i hope he does my favorite song. >> well, which one is your favorite? there's so many. >> let's see, it's a christmas song. it's about a package, something in a box. a beautifully wrapped package in a -- what's the name of it? >> yeah, just a guess, but they're probably not going to do that one, brad. >> what was he talking about? >> what? >> i'm kidding. >> come on! >> christmas classic. if you're at home and haven't figured it out, google it. >> justin stole the show last
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night. he did a duet with chris stapleton. >> oh, my gosh. >> household name after last night. take a look at what happened. ♪ tell me, baby ♪ tell me, baby, tell me, baby ♪ sing it, chris ♪ yeah ♪ heartbreak >> that is what you call a jam session. that is amazing. >> big night, chris stapleton. >> how many awards did we win? >> newcomer of the year, best new artist. he is unbelievable. i downloaded after i watched that live, every one of his albums. timberlake crushed it. stapleton, man, he's great. >> the mix was funk, gospel, country, all in that one set. >> it's one of the moments where
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you have the huge stars that even keith urban pulls out his iphone and records it to remember it forever. >> love that. >> what can justin not do? >> he's a great dad, too, and husband, apparently. jessica biel posted a picture and captioned it, date night. miranda lambert was female vocalist of the year. big night for her. >> luke bryan was entertainer of the year. >> this next one is for you. the next big advantage. a cordless jet pack. check this out. flew around the statue of liberty. the faa and u.s. coast guard approved the flight. can't you see yourself doing this? >> totally. i'm in. >> nypd boat in the harbor. >> absolutely. sign me up. >> we've seen these -- it's not the hiydraulic jet packs like te past. >> this is a turbo-boost jet
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pack. >> in the '50s, when they talked about the future, that was the jet pack. >> like "the jettissons." >> i would do it. i think our people might have a problem with it -- >> the safety people. >> do you know what you've done? they have to say yes. >> do you know how hard it is to get them to approve things? >> we'll start on it now. >> you'll join me? >> that's not the deal. we'll cheer you on. >> trying to kill me off. >> no, no, no. >> we'll be up in the torch of the statue of liberty. >> you can't say, yes, i'm in, and say we're trying to kill you off. >> i'm game. >> we'll make this happen. adam, you're in? >> yes. >> willie will be driving the boat, dressed as a captain. >> i'm guessing the guy steering that has licenses. >> we don't know yet. >> okay. >> al is on his way to hawaii. dylan is stuck with us, and
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we're happy she's here. hello. >> al flew to hawaii, isn't jet pam packing. >> would you do it? >> if it didn't go too high. i'll be there to support you on that. the weather across the country is a little unsettled still in texas, where we have a line of thunderstorms just to the southeast of dallas. these will fire up more as we go into this afternoon. really warm, moist air ahead of this cold front, and it'll trigger a risk of stronger storms from dallas to austin. the biggest threats will be more damaging wind gusts and large hail. into tonight and tomorrow, it moves to the houston area and crosses through louisiana. then eventually, by the time we get to the weekend, it'll push to mississippi. we could see the potential for more flooding. the ground is soak wet and we are looking at an additional 2 to 3 inches of rain, some falling in one hour. over time, it could lead to flash flooding. into friday, you see most of the good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley.
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starting off with fog, clouds and some showers but we'll see a little bit of late day sunshine. and the temperatures warming into the low 70s this afternoon. sunshine is back with a few scattered clouds tomorrow. look at the warm up. 77 degrees. we get more sunshine. it will go warmer friday afternoon. cooler weather this weekend and early showers on saturday. drying out saturday afternoon. sunshine is back for sunday and monday. have a great day. >> that's your latest forecast. guys? >> thanks. see you in a bit. coming up next, our new song is "better when i'm dancing," meghan trainor should hang out with us. we'll talk to hey, you forgot the milk! that's lactaid. right. 100% real milk, just without the lactose. so you can drink all you want... ...with no discomfort? exactly. here, try some...
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and i was like, but i feel better when on stage. this will be perfect for the movie. >> they call you up, say, we're doing a "peanuts" movie, and do you dictate what the song was? >> i figured they'd tell my team, have her write a song. they brought me into a couple studios and i worked every person who worked on the movie. they gave me a tour of like how they make clay, and put it on a computer, and it takes three seconds of the movie that took a week to program. mind blown. those are all my questions my whole life about cartoons. >> fantastic. >> the video we were watching, your whole family is in it, just about. your dad is here, by the way, as we saw earlier. >> hi, dad. >> hey. >> he has the hat, too. >> i love it. >> he is all in. all? >> he was your date, also, at the premiere, right? >> he was. >> instagramed a cute picture. look at this. >> awe.
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>> he learned to tie that himself. >> they must be proud of you, can't stop glowing. >> their faces are adorable. it's like it's frozen. >> i'm proud to be here. having a ball. >> see? >> awe. >> love it. >> love you, dad. >> family dinners must be fun at your house. >> i said for my birthday, i want to have the home birthdays with your family this year. we'd combine my brother's and i. i want that this year. and today is my grandma and grandpa's birthday. love you, too. >> we love that about you. >> family affair. you're from nantucket. they need a sign when you arrive at the airport, get off the ferr ferry. >> right off the boat, my parents jewelry store is there, right there, if you walk a little bit. if you walk in, it's like a meghan trainor museum. it's a shrine to me. >> awe. >> people walk in and it's like my store now. >> they'll have to make the
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childhood home a museum soon. >> you're performing at the amas. >> yes, i am. >> j.lo is hosting. she's been one of your inspirations. >> incredible. >> have you gotten to know her? >> just from seeing her at events. hi, what's up? you're perfect. she's even prettier in person. >> she is. she glows. >> i stare at her, like whoa. you're real. >> you're not the only one. we all do. >> i think the movie with j.lo is something i read changed your life. >> yeah. >> what's for you outside of music? you have this infectious personality. we can see you on the big screen. >> yes, i would love to act one day. i haven't had a lesson. when i find time, i'm going to take acting lessons and try to get into tv shows. >> you're a natural-born performer. thank you so much. thanks to "peanuts," of course. did you see our costumes? we were the peanuts last week.
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>> no way. i saw a snoopy outfit downstairs. >> google it. the whole thing. >> amazing. >> it's your dream. >> haunts your dreams forever. >> "peanuts" opens tomorrow. meghan will be with kathie lee and hoda next hour. women part of an elite club, bond girls, or i've been coloring since i was 19. my hair showed it. then everything changed with olia. garnier olia... the first, the only haircolor powered by 60% oils, zero ammonia. i love that, with olia... my hair gets better every time i use it. now i don't see dryness or dullness. all i see is shiny... brilliant, color. and zero grays. it feels so soft and healthy. it's the best experience i have ever had coloring my hair. garnier olia. brilliant color,
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new movie "spectre" in a minute. first, a look back. >> reporter: we know the man, the myth, the legend, with intense action scenes. his killer style. of course, the martini. >> martini shaken, not stirred. >> behind every hero is a leading lady. in 007's case, leading lady. from the first bond girl -- >> what's your name? >> reporter: these women have been an institution throughout the long-running series. the outfits have changed. >> i need you to wear this. >> reporter: the unforgettable character names remained. this time around, there's not one, not two, but three lovely ladies in "spectre." the 24th film in the franchise. >> what do you think? >> i think you're just getting started. >> reporter: as the long history
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of strong bond girls lives another day. >> and the bond women are here. monica bellucci and lea seydoux are new to the club. naomie harris revives her role. can we call you bond women? >> yes, that's what we want. >> putting bond girls to the side. i'm looking at three beautiful women. what was it like to get the phone call and hear you'd be one of the famous bond women? >> surprised. told me he was looking for an adult woman, so needed a mature woman close to james bond. it's a beautiful message for women and actresses. >> i love what daniel craig said. he came to your defense when a reporter asked about you being an older bond women. he said, when someone like that wants to be a bond girl, you just count yourself lucky to work with monica bellucci. he's that standup bond guy.
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>> daniel is a really incredible gentleman. not just as a james bond, but also as a person. it was really beautiful, that moment acting with him. >> he was on earlier this morning. he said it was a blast. even though it was grueling, very fun on set. how do you describe the experience? >> for me? >> uh-huh. >> very fun, we had a lot of fun. it was great to work with him and on this film. i have to say, to work with daniel was very , i mean, helpful. in the sense, sometimes you can feel the pressure in a way, and he was so nice to me. >> it's interesting in the history of all the bond women, you're the first blond, as he is the first blond bond. >> the first blond girl. >> i was surprised to hear that. you also share other similarities with bond character, right? >> yeah. it's true that we have things in common in the film. i think that madelyn, my
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character, is his equal, in a way. that's why they fall in love. >> nay yoenis, you aomi, you ar. you were so good in the last movie, they brought you back. where is miss money "spectre"? >> she's behind a desk. she's happier, grounded, found her feet and true calling. she doesn't have the stomach for killing. >> did each of you have a favorite previous bond girl? even by the name? >> i think, we have moments where they were coming out from the water. halle berry was amazing. >> basically, we love them all. we love you, too. the new generation right here. >> thank you so much, bond women. "spectre" opens up tomorrow.
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good morning. i'm chris cato. 9:26 and time to check your first alert forecast with meteorologist bill henley. bill, tough to see in center city or at least parts it. >> we have fog around. low clouds as well in chester county that's where the fog is the thickest. low cloudiness and fog in center city. we've seen the rain move through the city. that's now pushed off to the northeast. trenton getting light rain showers. showers are on the move as you can see. they will be moving off to northeast. brief period of some rain in the trenton area. another area of showers now moving through delaware and south jersey. maurice river getting a little bit of rain. moving towards atlantic city. should be there within the hour.
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>> we're following the latest developments in a deadly plane crash overnight. a single-engine plane that took off from northeast philadelphia airport last night crashed into the water just off of queens, new york. right now the faa and ntsb are investigating. police in new york say they recovered a body and debris from the waters off breezy point. now the man who was found has not been identified. unclear if anybody other than the pilot was on the plane. nypd said it received 911 calls shortly before 9:00 last night. aircraft was head ed to portsmouth, new hampshire. >> in five minutes jurors will resume deliberating in the federal fraud trial of todd jr. yesterday was the full dave deliberations for the jury. prosecutors claim he lied to get business loans which support his extravagant lifestyle.
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taking a look at the headlines. u.s. intelligence sources strongly suspect it was a bomb that caused a russian airliner to crash in egypt last weekend. they also believe that isis may have been responsible. today, british prime minister david cameron said the crash was more likely than not caused by a bomb. isis has claimed that it brought down the metro jet plane, killing all 224 people on board. an important recall for people with egg allergies. kozy shack is recalling pudding because there may be eggs in the product but not on the label. the recall involves indulgent res pew. the products were sold in 18 states from coast to coast. a new study suggesting a child's sense of self-esteem develops early in life. it finds that by kindergarten, a
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child's self-esteem is as strong as an adults and remains stable for the rest of his or her life. researchers say it underscores the importance of the first five years as a foundation for life. they say feeling loved by others may help children to love themselves. the study is in the journal of experimental social phycology. google is rolling out a new automated reply program. they suggest up to three possible replies for e-mails. google expects the smart reply option will be popular with people who check e-mail on smartphones with their smaller touchscreen key boards. spectacular site over iceland where tourists flock to see the northern lights. they're caused by sunlight hitting particles in the earth's atmosphere. they've been visible in parts of the northern u.s. it's a rare light shore that's
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spectacular and out of this world. let's get a check of the weather from dylan. >> good morning. thank you so much. we have a big warmup still occurring across the eastern half of the country. look at the dip in the jet stream. that's where the snow is happening in the rockies to the east, we're under the ridge. we have this area of high pressure, pumping in winds out of a southerly direction. this warm, humid air comes ahead of the jet stream where we'll see scattered showers and storms through the texas area. look at our temperatures, 20 degrees above normal in new york, pennsylvania. 15 degrees above normal in the midwest. temperatures running in the mid 70s, 20 degrees above average. the front will move through out of the western great lakes. then we'll eventually see temperatures drop by the time we get into friday. detroit drops to 65. that's still above average for this time of year. we're still looking at mid to upper 70s, most likely coming close to records in the mideast
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tomorrow. we're back in the 50s, closer to good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. starting off with fog, clouds and some showers but we'll see a little bit of late day sunshine. and the temperatures warming into the low 70s this afternoon. sunshine is back with a few scattered clouds tomorrow. look at the warm up. 77 degrees. we get more sunshine. it will go warmer friday afternoon. cooler weather this weekend and early showers on saturday. drying out saturday afternoon. sunshine is back for sunday and monday. have a great day. >> that's your latest forecast. guys? >> all right, thanks so much, dylan. we're halfway through our 16 to 16 series, where we've challenged three viewers and you at home to get healthy by the new year. for every pound lost here, the today show will provide healthy meals for those in need. as of last week, we've donated almost 9,000 meals.
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>> awesome. now, it's time to up the ante. joy bauer and jenna wolfe issued our friends food and fitness dh challenges this week. let's see how they did. good to see you. >> good morning. >> joy couldn't be here today. jenna is handling the food and the fitness. >> how did we do? >> mary jean lost another pound for a total of 21 pounds. fantastic. >> thank you. >> rochelle lost three pounds for a total of almost 16 pounds since we started. >> nice job. >> thank you. >> ken lost another pound for a total of 18 pounds. >> all right, ken. >> really nice job, guys. there's another pound right there. >> has it been easy, guys? >> it's been a challenge. getting easier. >> we're running out of gballoos here. joy gave you the challenge to come up with foods that are healthy options, using
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vegetables you've never cooked with. >> i did turkey bowl over spaghetti squash. we don't do a lot of pasta at all anymore and love it. we were trying to find a replacement for it. this is a really good one that tastes like angel hair. >> how do you make it? >> it shreds. >> you can bake it in the oven. you take a fork. you can shred it and it looks like a pasta. >> i do this all the time. loaded with fiber, right? >> loaded with fiber. only the texture is different. the taste, once you put the toppings on it, she used lean ground turkey. a dish like this, 420 calories. she's saving calories and you don't get the carbohydrates. >> well done. this one, i can't wait to try. this is a cauliflower pizza. >> i like cauliflower. i read about cauliflower crust
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and was spectacle. i found a recipe and it's actually good. when you're cooking the cauliflower, open the windows because it smells. it doesn't taste like cauliflower. it's crisp. it's actually good. >> how does it hold as a crust? >> shred it, looks like snow. cook it in the microwave, let it cool and drape it. i got a cup and a half of water out of it. spread the dough, bake it first, put the toppings on. >> for a slice like this, you're looking at 120 calories. you can add vegetables, your toppings. you're taking out the carbs using the cauliflower with vitamin c. >> it's good. >> sneak vegetables to my kids that way. >> trick them. >> that's what we do. >> i also did spaghetti squash. i'd never seen it until i made
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this meal on sunday. it was fantastic. like mary jean said, it has a feel like angel hair pasta. we eat a lot of pasta. very satisfying. we did grilled chicken with broccoli and roasted sun dried tomatoes. >> looks great. >> you get the protein, vegetables. for 500 calories, you have a dish that looks and feels fulfilling and satisfying. >> really satisfying. >> the recipes are on our website, as well. >> absolutely. >> try these at home. they're fantastic. >> let's go to the fitness. what was the challenge here, guys? come up with your own? >> i challenged the three of these guys to find a room in their house, any room at all, create a workout from it or exercise using a piece of equipment or prop from the room. these three got creative. mary jean, what room did you choose? >> the laundry room. i'm in there occasionally. >> we all are. >> so you can do a ton of stuff
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with this and use it as a weight. almost ten pounds. >> full bottle of detergent. we go in and out like this. i could do reps, ten of these. also, you can do it up and down here, works my shoulders. >> and if you keep your core tight, it works that, as well. this is fanfantastic. gets easier insensitive. >> as a mom, i'm always in the kitchen. this is my grandma's grandma's teakettle. it weighs 6 pounds. i do bent over rows. >> keep your back flat. she was doing 5. i said to do 200 to 300. i'm kidding. >> she's not kidding. >> you can do a real kettle bell. >> i grabbed a basketball in the garage. we can do basketball planks. >> ken's core is super tight.
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has to be. don't rotate your hips. also working the shoulder. then switches arms. give a pushup. grab the ball and start again. a fun, creative way to get something done in your garage. >> i can see you're a baller. very nice. >> good job, guys. >> congratulations. keep going. we'll talk to you next week. jenna, thank you. >> aced the challenge. >> all the are recipes are at today.com. up next, we're headed to brooklyn and joined by mastering the art of refinement one dark chocolate rises above the rest lindt excellence created by our master chocolatiers pure, rich, darkly intense... made like no other crafted elegantly thin to reveal complex layers of flavor experience excellence with all your senses and discover chocolate beyond compare try lindt excellence with a touch of sea salt.
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good morning. >> good morning. >> i'm excited for you with this project. amazing. when you first read the script, what was your reaction? >> i think, initially, when i read the script, i thought, this is my mom and dad's story. this is what they went through. in the '80s, they moved over to the bronx. you know, they got married over there. they got married in city hall, just like my character and her fiance do. they had me there. so it was, initially, what it was about, just that this film is set in two different locations. that kind of was like me, as well. from the time i signed on to when we made it, i moved away. i was incredibly home sick when we made the film. it was raw for me. >> you said something interesting and maybe it's because of what you said, the story is so personal. when you read the script, you didn't want to mess up the story. >> no. >> what did you mean by that? >> i didn't want to let ireland down, and i didn't want to
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let -- i mean, i know everyone always says this about their films, but this story is universal. it's very much an american story. everyone here is an immigrant. everyone has come from somewhere else. everyone has left home and gone through the home sickness. i think having to represent so many people's stories, that meant -- that kind of felt so huge to them at the time, and it was a huge responsibility. >> your bronx accent is amazing. i'm mesmerized. willie has the jersey accent. i'm a little texan. you're a lot of bronx. >> jennifer lopez, eat your heart out. >> on the -- >> slightly. >> you were born in the bronx, right? >> yes, clearly. as you can tell. we all knew that, i'm a bronx girl. yeah, i was born in the bronx and we lived there until i was 3. my mom was a nanny.
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she worked with different families. my dad did a lot of different jobs and ended up -- oh, a song. >> little background during your life story. >> cheerleader, bronx, it all comes together. >> and flies out. god bless us. >> god bless you and the film. it's phenomenal. congratulations. >> thank you. >> go see ♪ ♪ maria. ♪ there are thousands of ways into the complex health care system. and choosing unitedhealthcare can help make it simpler with our 24/7 nurseline. nurse:(over phone) if it's pinkeye, it could be contagious. oh. i know. unitedhealthcare
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>> unbelievable! >> time for the peewee kickoff in ohio. the ball goes backwards. what do you do? the other team picks it up and runs for the touchdown. midland, texas, for the extra point. there's the ref in the middle. look out. >> oh! >> double doinker. went off two. in illinois, kick the ball to yourself. touchdown! it counts. the catch of the month, stanford, francis pins it against the back of the ucla defender. >> unbelievable. >> our best swings of the month. samurai taking on a 100 miles per hour fastball. >> incredible. >> sliced the ball foul.
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>> fan of the month. yankee stadium on the pop-up. >> oh, no, not this guy. >> yes, this guy, willie. the bouncer. toss him a ball. look at his lady friend over there. oh, gosh. i have to sit next to this guy? the biggest race of the month. here you go. down the stretch they lumber. >> oh! >> car race in mexico on the right, you have to look out for the cars. oh, my goodness. nobody got hurt, except for the guy on the right. >> laughing inappropriately. >> good guy of the month. lebron james takes a selfie with fans, right in the middle of a basketball game. here it is on twitter. way to go, lebron. need a little culture on the show to finish up. here you go. ♪
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>> concert by pianist sarah davis playing, "meet the mets." ♪ >> there it is. rhapsody in blue. >> kansas city has the championship but they don't have "meet the royals." >> they do. back that moment. this is "today" on nbc.
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i like the look today. >> fresh off the subway. >> we went to see elvis duran this morning. we're going to talk about that. we also have meghan trainor with us. >> makeovers. >>
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good morning. i'm katd cat. 9:56. that beautiful sunshine we had yesterday not so much this morning. let's get your first alert forecast with meteorologist bill henley. >> fog, clouds and some rain too but in spite of the temperatures still rising it's 62 degrees here at nbc 10. cloudy skies after a little bit of sunshine this morning. a view from the lafayette hotel. not a lot of rain but we saw rain move through philadelphia. the rain is starting to exit
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trenton. there's a few scattered showers now in south jersey not much of that rainfall. the clouds will stay for most of the day. 66 degrees at 11:00. low 70s at 2:00 and then clouds break later today maybe just before sunset this evening before 5:00. >> real mystery to unravel for police in montgomery county. two people were shot dead inside a north town apartment overnight. earlier this morning police expanded their crime scene to a car parked in front of that building but no word yet on a suspect or motive. today pennsylvania attorney general will be in court to answer questions surrounding the jerry sandusky investigation. she said that week the judge that tried the case leaked information. this week she will be questioned with that leak. the former assistant football penn state koch is appealing his charges. the attorney general said she
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will not comment until after the hearing. i'm chris cato. we'll have another update four in about 25 minutes. see you then.
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> well, there's good news and there's bad news today. >> what's the bad news? >> first of all, it's thirsty thursday, november 5th. we have meghan trainor on with us today. that's the good news. bad news, it's also i-hoda day. >> the bad news is we're dressed casually. >> well, that's the good news. >> for a reason. >> yes. >> we just came from the subway! >> oh, oh. >> we were riding the

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