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>> and mother's day. happy mother's day to all you moms out there. >> thanks for watching. >> have a good weekend. good morning. house divided. paul ryan shocking the political world by withholding his endorsement of donald trump. >> i'm just not ready to do that at this point. i'm not there right now. >> this as prominent republicans, including the last two republican former presidents and presidential nominees, refuse to attend this summer's convention. how is trump reacting? breaking overnight. explosive allegations. new claims that former penn state football coach joe pat pao was first told about the allegations in 1976. the family responding overnight. wild chase. southern california highway shut down for hours. oop >> boy, this is a desperate
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driver. >> as a wanted man weaves through traffic as he tries to escape police. how police. >> reporter: stopped them. >> reporter: luck of the draw. people rushing to get their hands on a powerballti ticket. you should get your hands on one today, friday, may 6th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rock feefeller pla >> we have willie here. matt has the day off. lottery dreams. >> $415 million. we'll take the lump sum. by the time uncle sam takes it, we're down to 1$150 million. >> you the stretch out the payments annually. a lot of people are dreaming a bit. let's start with politics and the turmoil within the republican party.
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from the highest ranking republican paul ryan saying he isn't yet ready to endorse donald trump, to former presidents and presidential candidates saying they won't attend the convention in july. we have it covered. let's begin with nbc's national correspondent peter alexander. good morning. >> hi, savannah. so much for party unity, at least right now. this is an extraordinary moment. the republican presumptive nominee and the house speaker colliding at the top of the party. overnight, reince priebus, the head of the rnc, expects trump and ryan to meet next week. trump's campaign manager says no meeting is currently scheduled. >> reporter: donald trump mining for votes in west virginia. >> my hair look okay? >> reporter: kicking off his first rally since becoming the gop's presumptive nominee, focusing his attacks on a single targ target. >> we cannot take hillary clinton anymore. >> reporter: one day after telling nbc's lester holt he plans to run a policy-oriented
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campaign. clinton alludes clinton's husband is alluded to, his former infidelity. >> i didn't think the people of west virginia thought like that. that's terrible. >> reporter: trump notably making no mention of house speaker paul ryan hours after the party's official refused to support the presumptive nominee, for now. >> i'm not ready to do that right now. i'm not there. >> reporter: the billionaire saying, i'm not ready to support speaker ryan's agenda. trump's rise jeopardizing other republicans on the ballot this fall, like senator john mccain, worrying about his reelection. >> if donald trump is at the top of the ticket, no doubt this may be the race of my life. >> reporter: four of the last five living republican nominees will skip this summer's convention. mitt romney joining mccain and
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both presidents bush in staying home. only bob dole will attend. in an apparent attempt at hispanic outreach, trump tweeted this cinco de mayo message. adding, i love hispanics. it's not mutual. trump's negative rating with latinos, 80%. the clinton campaign pouncing. posting this new video. >> do you promise to deport those in this country illegally? do you stand by that? >> yes, they're going to be deported. >> this morning, donald trump tweeted once again, writing, so many great endorsements yesterday, except for paul ryan. we must put america first and make america great again. for the rest of the party, mitt romney says he won't be voting for the presumptive nominee. there was an event in d.c. last night. he ruled out an independent bid and said, i don't intend on supporting either of the major party candidates at this point. >> peter alexander, thank you. chuck todd is nbc's
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political director and moderator of "meet the press." >> morning. >> paul ryan, among the most respected republicans in the country. how big a deal is it that he won't endorse donald trump yet? >> i think it's a big deal but i think there is an actual reason he didn't do it. this is providing cover to other republicans running for re-election in 2016, who are looking for a way to essentially dump trump or distance themselves from him. he has given them cover. he's basically saying, i'm not there yet. when others decide -- maybe some members running for congress may say, i'm not going to endorse him at all, ryan gives them the cover to do that. where he won't get party criticism. if you're doing that, you're criticizing paul ryan. >> how big a problem is it -- we heard peter talking about mitt romney saying, i'm not going to vote. other elite republicans say things along that line. will it really matter and cut into his support among republicans? >> it does matter. you can look back at the party
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that's not united, always loses the white house. i'll start from 2000. gore distances from clinton. 2008, it was mccain distancing himself from bush. clinton and obama got together. what do you got in 2012. 1992. every time you have a party that's not united, they lose. you can't look at it any other way. trump has to get this party united around him or he's not going to win in november. >> ryan is waiting to see if trump can display conservative principles. he hasn't done that yet. what could he possibly do to prove to paul ryan he is a conservative? >> i don't know. when you look what drives paul ryan, on his economic and fiscal poli policies, and you hear the rhetoric coming from donald trump. let's take trade. they couldn't be farther apart. they're never going to get together. if donald trump is president of the united states and paul ryan is speaker of the house, they're going to be at odds as much as
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paul ryan -- maybe less than what paul ryan, speaker of the house, and president hillary clinton would be. >> this is a real divide. >> trump supporters say, it takes two to tango. >> ryan was careful not to cite siz -- criticize. he says, we come from different wings of the party, but trump's wing of the party won. i understand why trump supporters and even folks on the trump campaign, i think trump himself is going, hey, for the next six months, i'm the head of the republican party. you have to come to me. you shouldn't be expecting me to come to you. i think this could be a little bit of a stalemate. >> lot to talk about on "meet the press" this weekend. >> you got it. >> chuck has an interview with donald trump sunday on "meet the press." now stunning new allegations against former penn state football coach joe paterno. he may have gone about a sexual
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abuse allegation against jerry sandusky as early as 1976. "today" national correspondent craig melvin is here with the story. >> good morning. another twist in the long and public scandal that brought down the penn state football program. according to a court order filed wednesday, legendary head coach joe paterno knew about an allegation against sandusky 40 years ago. n . >> reporter: new allegations against a once-beloved coach. it's between an insurance company and penn state over accusers. the insurance company claims in 1976, a child allegedly reported to joseph paterno he was sexually molested by sandusky. a 2001 incident was reported to officials. he later told the grand jury he didn't know of any other incidents involving sandusky. the allegation comes as 72-year-old sandusky is back in
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court this week, seeking a new trial. he's currently serving 30 to 60 years in prison for 45 counts of child sex abuse, dating back to the '90s. his lawyer reading a statement from sandusky on monday. >> i am an innocent man serving what amounts to a life sentence. people have betrayed, attacked and vilified family, supporters and me. >> one thing, thanks and pray a little bit for those victims. >> reporter: joe paterno was fired in the scandal that rocked the university over allegations that he didn't properly report concerns about sandusky to authorities. he was never charged with any crimes. >> coach! >> we are penn state. that's right. >> reporter: the former head coach, who was admired and cherished at penn state, told reporters days before he was fired that, in hindsight, i wish i had done more. his family releasing a statement
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late thursday reading, in part, joe paterno's reputation has been smeared with an unsubstantiated, 40-year-old allegation. in response to the allegation and the media hype, the paterno family is demanding a public review of the facts. >> a spokesperson for penn state told nbc news it was aware of the allegations but the legal case and confidentiality precludes us from discussing these matters at all. we are sensitive to the needs and to honor the privacy concerns of potential victims. >> craig, thank you very much. for the first time in nearly four decades, north korea is holding a meeting of congress. speculation mounts about a new generation of leaders that soon could be put in place. nbc's chief global correspondent bill neilly is in pyongyang with
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more. >> we've been invited to the capital of north korea, one of the most closed countries on earth, to witness the first congress of their ruling communist party in nearly 40 years. it'll be held behind me, and they'll showcase their young leader and their nuclear power. >> reporter: the north koreans show their power like no one else. this week, they've been getting ready for a state extravaganza. behind it all, the shadow of nuclear weapons and fears that a nuclear missile will be tested to show the power of their supreme leader. kim jong-un sees the u.s. as enemy number one. this congress is all about him, cementing his leadership. he has his finger on the nuclear trigger. i didn't go far today to hear apparent loyalty to him. >> the best one in the world. >> the best leader in the world.
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>> the most powerful country in the world. >> what should americans know about your leader? >> reporter: comrade kim is the best in the world, she says. and a peacemaker. no peace with the u.s. america seems sanctions on north korea, and it keeps an american labor student. he's serving 15 years for allegedly removing a banner from a hotel. one of two americans being held. there will be plenty of anti-u.s. rhetoric at the congress, which so far, we haven't been allowed into. people here hoping it will bring better times for them and sweep away the economic failures of the most backward, repressive country in asia. >> don't expect too much to change here. they are proud of their nuclear capability. this is still a very poor and very isolated country. from its capital, pyongyang,
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back to you guys. >> bill neely with a rare look inside north korea, thanks. raging wildfires spreading in the canadian prodenvince of alberta. thousands of residents were forced to evacuate north of their homes. they need to move south, where there are better support services. no word on when they'll be able to return home. more than 1600 structures have been destroyed so far. lots of people rushing out to pick up a powerball ticket. $415 million. yesterday, al made a prediction about it. take a look. >> odds of kerry sanders being outside of a convenient store, probably -- >> 1 in 1. >> i can predict that one pretty well. >> wouldn't you know it? this man was right. look where kerry sanders is, outside a convenient store in miami. >> forecast is always dependable. >> that's right. >> we try. >> kerry, good morning. >> good morning.
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i noticed he hasn't predicted the numbers yet. we're waiting for that. let's talk about other numbers. $415 million. that makes this the ninth largest lottery in the united states, in the history of the powerball drawings, which are gigantic. you can see folks here lining up early this morning to buy some tickets. of course, the real granddaddy was the $1.6 billion powerball lottery that was last january. who can forget the scene outside of chino hills, california? even before the announcement was made that there was really going to be a winner, three of them, everybody gathered at chino hills. here's the remarkable thing. the person who bought the ticket is still yet to come forward. they have time, but they have yet to come forward to claim the money. the other folks who won, a family in mumford, tennessee. that was the robinson family. then there was a couple in florida. as you can see, more people are
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showing up behind me, there is once again the mania that takes place. al, i guess i'll go for this prediction, can you predict for me an all expense paid two-week vacation to europe? >> no. >> nice try. >> you did get to go to cuba. >> this is true. >> i have a trip to sarasota, florida, for you. convenient store there. >> right off the road. thanks, kerry. now to other news. dramatic police chase that turn sbo into a standoff. the man in the black mercedes was wanted for attempted murder. he led officers to a slow speed chase. police flattened his tires but he kept driving. the car stopped and the standoff began. police with guns drawn shut down the freeway for two hours. late last night, officers took
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the man into custody and the freeway was reopened. >> ugly scene there. al is back with a look at the weather. he'll pull the ping-pong balls out to tell you the lottery numbers. >> that's right. let's show you what we have going on now. we've been talking about this omega block. it just sits there. you can see on the satellite radar, we've got two upper level lows on both ends of the country. that's where the rain is. the middle of the clown tountry pressure, nothing. it's what we're going to see the next 48 hours. this would be technically a nor'easter for today. heavy, all day rain for the mid-atlantic. costal flood watches out. we're keeping an eye on that. one to two inches of rain, especially from washington on up to philadelphia. you'll be seeing airport delays along the i-95 corridor. out west where the other low is, heavy rain for central and southern wyoming. the rain will get to central and southern california, as well. that's what's going on around
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good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a rainy one today. not an all-day rainfall. it will taper off some this afternoon. enough rain to keep us cool. university city in philadelphia. just 53 degrees this afternoon. for the philadelphia suburbs, the lehigh valley, cool and rainy and cloudy this morning. some breaks in the precipitation this afternoon for south jersey and at the shore, 54 degrees atlantic city today. delaware, rain will be steady
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with some heavy downpours and temperatures in the 50s. have a great day. >> that's your latest weather. >> al, thank you very much. all eyes on kentucky tomorrow for the 142nd running of the kentucky derby. last year, an exciting year, with american pharoah winning the triple crown for the first time in decades. so can that be repeated this year? dylan is at churchillhurchill dh a preview. looking good with the hat. >> yeah, i think this one is a straight up hat. i haven't figured out the name. either way, it's heavy and i'm toppling other a little bit. i was at the belmont last year when american pharoah went all the way to become the first horse in 37 years to win the triple crown. it was hands down the most exciting sporting event i have ever experienced. excitement is still high for horse racing. tomorrow, 22 of the top 3-year-old horses in the country will race in the 142nd running of the kentucky derby. hoping to begin a historic run
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of their own. >> reporter: here, below the iconic twin spires of churchill downs, 150,000 fans outfitted in their finest fashions will gather to see who will win the sport's most coveted race, as american pharoah did one year ago. >> coming to the finish, american pharoah and victor e y espinoza won the kentucky derby. >> reporter: while american pharoah is enjoying life as a stallion in lexington, kentucky, his jockey and trainer with back this year, looking to make another run for the roses. victor espinoza, whose triple crown run led to a spitint on "dancing with the stars," could win three kentucky derbies in a row. and bob baffert saddles more spirit, in search of his fifth kentucky derby win. hall of famer jockey, gary stevens, a three-time derby
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winner. >> here's the finish. by a neck, gary stevens. >> reporter: the favorite is nyquist, named after the player on the red wings. perfect 7 for 7 in his racing career. jockey gutierrez and trainer doug o'neil, teamed to win with i'll have another a few years back. these and more than a dozen other hopefuls will race tomorrow in the biggest, grandest race of them all. the one where all triple crown dreams begin. the kentucky derby. >> you can watch those horses tomorrow in the fastest two minmin -- minutes in sports. the 142nd kentucky derby starts at 4:00 p.m. eastern here on nb. willie, it should be exciting. >> we'll be watching. i hope the hat stays on until tomorrow. >> i have a new one for tomorrow. >> you have your pick.
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>> sudden breaking news. it's my horse. >> not a long shot. i'll go mo tom for reasons i don't know. >> okay. i like nyquil. >> nyquist. >> oh, oh, oh. >> slower version. >> good night's sleep. >> the horse can't drive and operate machinery. >> not good for a triple crown race. just ahead, the latest twist in the murder of a texas fitness instructor. the strange messages she received days before she was killed. the clintons and the trumps, from friends to political enemies. how the race to the white house has turned a once cozy relationship into an all-out battle. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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nbc 10 breaking news. it just about 7:30. this breaking news is a backup on i-95 after a tractor-trailer jackknifed earlier this morning. this is video that a viewer sent us of the wreck on 95 at academy. nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington is following this. jessica, give us an update. >> we're still seeing major delays right now on 95. these are our cameras approaching that scene around cottman avenue. still almost at a standstill, the left lane trickling by past the scene on the left shoulder actually. a 90-minute drive time from the blue route to woodhaven road road. take tacony street, or other alternatives, just get off 95.
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deptford township police department have closed a road there due to a fatal accident. now for the first alert forecast. bill? >> heavy showers moving onshore. atlantic city, just exiting new castle county. still pretty good showers coming down in the suburbs and into the lehigh valley. a rainy start, a dreary day. the steadiest rain will be this morning. this afternoon there will be breaks in the rain but not in the cool weather. we'll stay in the 50s today. vai? make sure you're following first alert meteorologist bill henley on twitter. his handle is right there on the screen along with his pretty face. bill henley usa. and he will tweet radar updates throughout the day so he can stay on top of the forecast. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. always get the latest newsç an weather with the nbc 10 app. send you back to the "today" show. i'm vai sikahema. have a great day. see you in a half hour.
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we're back at 7:30. it's friday morning, may 6th, 2016. the ponchos and umbrellas are out again. it has been a dreary week in the northeast. look at the smiling faces on our plaza. we'll say hello shortly. >> we'll hang out in the rain with our friends. let's get a check of the headlines. fighting within the republican party getting worse as paul ryan, the top republican in congress, says he cannot support donald trump. >> i'm just not ready to do that at this point. i'm not there right now. >> trump responding by saying he is not ready to support speaker ry ryan's agenda either. both president bush and mitt romney and john mccain won't attend the summer convention. new claims against joe
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patenro. he may have known about a sexual abuse allegation against jerry sandusky nearly four decades ago. the new information revealed in the court order this week. it claims the child report td abuse to patenro in 1976. the family is calling for a review of the facts. >> and the falcon has landed. for the second month in a row, spacex landed a rocket in an ocean platform. the rocket delivered a japanese communication satellite into orbit. employees gathered to watch the event and erupted into applause when the rocket landed safely. now to the latest on a murder mystery in texas. many r than two weeks since missy beavers' body was found inside a church. her killer on the loose. now, newly released search warrants reveal new clues about the days leading up to her death. gabe gutierrez is in texas for us. >> good morning. there seems to be no motive for
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this murder yet. police are trying to identify a suspect. new documents are raising questions about whether an affair might have led to the deadly encounter. >> reporter: new clues in the death of missy beavers, police reviewing in search warrants that the fitness instructor received a creepy and straight message from an unknown mail less than three days before she was killed. surveillance video from the church recorded the morning beavers was found dead there caught a suspect dressed in police gear roaming the halls. the person has what appears to be a tool. they now say beavers had multiple puncture wounds found in her head and chest, consistent with the tool the suspect was carrying. beavers' husband brandon has been cooperating with the invest igs ga i occasionally have things in my mind i want to share with them, so i come up here and say, i've got this on
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my mind. >> reporter: text messages revealed in the document suggest evidence of trouble in the couple's private life. ongoing financial and marital struggle, as well as intimate personal relationships external to the marriage. police say missy beavers had an exchange with a man on linkedin that turned flirtatious and the messages were intimate in nature. the man is not considered a person of interest according to police. investigators say the killer may have used a cell phone to photograph, record and/or video the victim and the murderous act. brandon beavers not talking about specifics. >> they talked about extramarital affairs. >> that's a leading question, to get me to talk, isn't it? >> investigators want at&t to do a tower dump of all the information from cell tower sites within a five-mile radius of where missy beavers' body was found. they say the cell phone data is imperative in identifying a
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suspect in her murder. >> gabe gutierrez in texas, thanks. when politics becomes a part of the conversation, sometimes friends can become enemies. we know that, depending on the views. that seems to be the case between two famous families in this presidential election season. nbc's andrea mitchell has more now on the once friendly relationship between the trumps and the clintons and how that might change. andrea, good morning. >> indeed. they are two prominent and politically ambitious new yorkers. names pitted against each other in what is shaping up as a brutal campaign for the white house. >> we cannot take hillary clinton anymore. we cannot -- we've had enough of clinton. >> we can't have a loose cannon in the oval office. >> reporter: he wasn't always like this. >> hilary cllary clinton is a tc woman. >> reporter: donald trump brought his sons to the white house in the '90s, writing the first lady is a wonderful woman who handled pressure well.
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clinton and trump played golf. >> member of my club. i like both of them very much. >> reporter: remember this? the clintons at trump's wedding to melania. >> i said, be at my wedding and she came. >> i thought it'd be fun to go to the wedding because it's always entertaining. >> reporter: then ivanka and chelsea, young mothers and trends on the social scene. >> we're children and we love our parents. that's the equalizer and the great common ground. >> reporter: trump contributed to clinton's past campaign and the clinton foundation. the former president met with trump before he entered the race. >> did you call donald trump and ask him to run for president of the united states? >> no. no. >> no? that would be pretty smart, man. >> yeah. i get credit for doing a lot of things i didn't do, like that. i had a pleasant conversation with him, and it wasn't about running for office. i missed the chance. >> reporter: now adversaries set
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to meet next to the debate st l stage, if not sooner. >> i haven't seen you since my last wedding. >> well, i'm sure i'll see you at the next one. >> in fact, clinton acknowledged when asked she'd never sent the trumps a wedding gift. perhaps that's when the friendship fell apart. >> that's one theory, andrea. thank you very much. let's get a check of the weather from al. >> announcer: "today"'s weather is brought to you by kay jewelers. the number one jewelry store in america. every kiss begins with kay. we've had the omega block. not only caused wet weather but it's dipped down and also kept the warmth out west. the good news is it is moving east. today, minneapolis, 8 degree8 d. new york city, 14 degrees below normal. tomorrow, things moderate. temperatures start moving west and start warming up.
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look what we've got for next week. tuesday, new york city at 72. raleigh, 88. 89, jacksonville. nashville, 83. detroit, warming up to 63 degrs. that's weeha good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a rainy one today. not an all-day rainfall. it will taper off some this afternoon. enough rain to keep us cool. university city in philadelphia. just 53 degrees this afternoon. (ák the lehigh valley, cool and rainy and cloudy this morning. some breaks in the precipitation this afternoon for south jersey and at the shore, 54 degrees atlantic city today. delaware, rain will be steady with some heavy downpours and temperatures in the 50s. have a great day. >> get the weather any time at weather channel on cable. weather.com online. have you given your kids a two-minutetwo-minute warning be time to turn off the tv. >> why you may never want to do
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case stands today. >> the case has been a conversation for conspirators and the subjects of countless books. one private investigator says he believes the local police should take a second look at the facts in the pursuit of justice. >> this is the most heinous crime that has occurred in the bolder area for the 30 plus years i've lived around here. >> reporter: the past two decades, charlie brennan, a journalist, has been covering the numberer of jonbenet ramsey. >> there is a situation where there is no new situation coming in that appears to be helpful. >> reporter: in 1996, the 6-year-old was found strangled in her family's home the day after christmas. her parents and 9-year-old brother were investigated but never charged. exonerated years later by dna testing. in 2013, brennan fought to have records released that showed a grand jury had voted to indict jonbenet's parents on childhood
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abuse that resulted in death. >> i sued for the release of the indictments. >> you have to look for something in order to find something. unfortunately for this particular case, you had totally inexperienced police agency. >> reporter: initially hired by the ramseys as a private investigator, ollie continues to work the case to this day without pay. >> there were three or four people that should have been investigators earlier and still need to be. >> reporter: in 2006, police hit a dead end when accused sex offender carr gave a false confession, saying he rape raped jonbenet but the killing was an accident. >> he was a hell raiser. >> reporter: he came up early in
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the investigation but was cast aside after committing suicide months after the murder. the private investigator believes there is a taped confession from him. >> i don't think mike did all this by himself. >> the theory is controversial. the indictments were revealed, it was shown they'd both been accessories to the first murder but neither had been indicted. the question becomes, who? the only other person in the house that night that we know of was burke ramsey. >> reporter: burke is reportedly working in the technology field. the bolder police department issued a statement to nbc news saying, two detectives are assigned to the case. they receive information on a regular basis that is evaluated. the city's district attorney also declined to be interviewed. >> it's an interesting situation in which many key players in the drama are either no longer with us, including of course, ramsey.
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>> reporter: cthe special for "american scandal." >> it's never totally in the past. you never get over the loss of a child. you move on. why couldn't i have protected my daughter? why didn't i check the locks better in the house? >> if you are asking whether or not i think that somebody will eventually be caught, yes, i do. somebody out there knows what has gone on. >> you wonder if we ever really will know what happened. not case closed on this one. >> it's been 20 years. >> remarkable. >> natalie, thanks a lot. here's one for you. why is arsenio hall suing sinead o'connor over the death of prince? carson has a video that has a beyhive taking formation.
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nbc 10 breaking news. it is just before 8:00 a.m. this morning. a backup continues on i-95 after a tractor-trailer jackknifed earlier this morning. nbc 10 was on the scene along 95 at academy. let's check in with jessica boyington who has the latest on that situation. >> we're looking at video from earlier this morning. we had the left lane trickling by this jackknifed tractor-trailer. it's been blocking all lanes along academy road for several hours. 71 minutes northbound out of center city to woodhaven road, average speeds 11 miles per houç there. take to kane know street, frankford avenue. getting off 95 is your best bet. deptford township, the police department activity closing down route 5 aheaded southbound around the 42 freeway. all lanes are closed there. take delsea drive as your
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alternate there. you saw just how wet it is out there. let's check in with bill henley for the forecast. >> some areas of heavier rainfall. one band has moved through delaware. look at the heavier rain moving through new jersey and towards philadelphia. this will be arriving first thing this morning. it's not going to be an all-day rainfall. it will be all-day cool. we're at 51 in philadelphia. some of the suburbs have dropped into the 40s right now. chestnut hill is 49 agrees and in northeast philadelphia, somerton is 49 degrees. not much of a warmup today with dreary conditions. we're headed for the 50s this afternoon. vai? >> bill, thank you. this morning, a woman is recovering from bites after she was attack by a pitbull that police had to shoot. the dog chased and attacked the woman on american street in north philadelphia. 911 calls brought the police out. they told us the womanup ed on to the hood of the police car to get away from the animal. officers then killed the dog. police are investigating. another update in 25 minutes. see you then.
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♪ this is gonna be a good life 8:00 on "today". a mother's day message. >> it's discovering this new dimension to love. she is my everything. when i had my kids in my arms, it was like, this is what i was meant to do. >> the moms of "today" open up about motherhood as we share how our lives changed after becomes parents. dynamic duo. >> due, when? >> i ran into him when i was stalking him at the farmer's market. >> jane fonda and lily tomlin talk life, love. can't stop the feeling. justin timber ralake releases n music for the first time in three years. could this be the song of the
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summer? today, friday, may 6th, 2016. ♪ that's what i like, i like about you ♪ >> good morning, west lafayette, indiana. >> girl's weekend from florida. >> we just tied the knot. ♪ hey, that's what i like, i like about you ♪ >> happy birthday and mother's day, mom. love you. >> i love you, mom. ♪ i like . good morning, everybody. welcome back for "today," friday, may 6th. what an awesome crowd. they're here, up early. it's raining, it's pouring. and al, i'm not liking this omega block. i'm over it. >> we're all over the omega block. >> it's been raining for six days! >> but it's going to end by sunday. by mother's day. >> you promise? >> no, i don't promise.
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we have something very exciting to tell you about for next week. we are hitting the road to visit some of the country's national parks and monuments in honor of the 100th anniversary rf the national park service. we'll visit some of this country's greatest treasures. tune in next week to follow all of us as we go on a national park tour. inside to natalie now with a check of the morning's top stories. donald trump says this morning that he's surprised house speaker paul ryan is refusing to support him. however, trump also confirmed that he will meet with ryan next week to discuss their differences. ryan said thursday that he is just not ready at this point to endorse trump as the party's nominee for president. trump in an earlier statement wrote that he is not earliyer to support ryan's republican agenda in the house. a stunning new allegation emerged overnight in the penn state sex abuse scandal. a court document claims that former head football coach joe paterno was told by a boy back in 1976 that assistant jerry
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sandusky molested him. paterno reported a 2001 incident to school officials and later told a grand jury he didn't know about any other incidents involving sandusky now in prison for sex abuse dating back to the 1990s. the paterno claim is part of a lawsuit over insurance payments to sandusky's accuser. paterno was never charged with a crime. terrified families ducked for cover when gunfire erupted thursday near the kentucky d derby's seg succepegasus parade. two boys were wounded but are expected to recover. it is a popular einadvertent leading up to derby day tomorrow. police arrested a pair of 15-year-old boys who apparently knew one of the victims. comedian ar ssenio hall is suing snad o'connor.
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hall is seeking $5 million in damages. in a complaint filed thursday, hall's attorneys called the claims outlandish lies. prince died last month. the cause is still under investigation. former late night host david letterman and jon stew caart ca out of retirement on thursday to help president obama celebrate the uso's 75th birthday. ♪ happy birthday, uso ♪ happy birthday to you >> letterman thanked the organization for taking him to afghanistan to entertain american troops and he told the audience at joint base andrews in maryland that they were about to enjoy the best show in the united states -- except maybe "hamilton," of course. looking a little like santa claus. >> still getting used to dave's beard. >> jon stewart? >> no need to shave when you're retired. coming up, whi soy some
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but i didn't realize how popular it was. the names that spiked the most in popularity, riaan, jumped by 147%. >> these are the ones that have spiked the most. for girls, surging 303%, go to today.com for the full list. when your kids bug you for more time on their smartphone or with the tv, what do you say? >> no. >> a lot of people say two more minutes or whatever. researchers at the university of washington now say giving a two-minute warning doesn't work. it will actually make the child's tantrum worse. they stay stick to a routine, stop at a natural point after an
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episo episode. i say with yogurt, if i say to vail, one more bite. it works. i love this story. few businesses around the world would turn away cash, right? but there is a convenience store in kentucky getting attention for its new policy which is -- no sweaty money. the summer months come and tobacco road says perspiring customers often hand over soggy dollar bills. after pulling them from socks, shoes, or other sweaty places. now the store is saying thanks, but no thanks. it wants none of your sweaty money arguing it is all the filthy without making things worse than it already is.
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now to justin timberlake and the show that has none other than matt lauer gushing. >> have you guys heard this song yet? it came out at midnight or something. it is his first new song in three years. just released and already called a strong contender for song of the summer. here is "can't stop the feeling." ♪ ♪ just dance dance dance dance ♪ >> it is catchy! some are calling it 2016's "happy." remember pharrell's song? this is on the soundtrack for the new dreamworks movie "troll." gwen stefani, anna kendrick.
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remember this photo of kendall jenner? willie, you own it, don't you? >> it was the most liked on instagram. that all changed on thursday but who knocked kendall out of the top spot? justin bieber with a little help from his x-girlfriend. that's already up to 3.6 million. >> are they back together? >> you can take the old one out of the frame -- >> maybe they're back. >> is that a sign? >> i don't know. >> there's more to that story. we just want to believe they're back. next to john stamos. he was on vacation recently and fan stopped him, she was very nice. but the problem was she mistook him for another very famous actor. >> what's my name? >> rob lowe? >> that's right. yeah. >> rob lowe.
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>> he had his sunglasses on and i think that could be why. >> john stamos posted with the #awkwardvacationmoments. >> that's a compliment to both of them. where in the world is mr. matt lauer this morning? last night he saw "hamilton." that just sedt a record. 16 tony nominations. he tweeted. #den -- sensational. >> carson, thank you. al has a check of the forecast. unbelievable, mr. lawyer actually in with us for the
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current stuff. look at this, it will not stop. the omega block still bringing rain to the northeast. looking at where from one to two inches out west and it is raining as well. heavy showers and maybe thunderstorms in the pacific northwest, also into southern california. but underneath this beneficial high, good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a rainy one today. not an all day rainfall. it will taper off some this afternoon but enough rain to keep us cool. university city in philadelphia, 53 degrees this afternoon. for the philadelphia suburbs, lehigh valley, cool and rainy and cloudy this morning, some breaks in the precipitation this afternoon for south jersey and at the shore, 54 degrees atlantic city today. delaware, rain will be steady with some heavy downpours and temperatures in the 50s. have a great day.
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the "today" parenting team is created with johnson's. discovering wonders with parents and babies. this morning on "today's" parenting, for the last two weeks we've asked mom to share how your life changed after becoming a parent. today is our turn and get your tissues out because the moms of "today" are sharing our stories. there are those moments when you think all right, i'm officially a mom when i find my troot brush in my shoe. i know, okay, there is a in tu person who has moved in and she is running the place. >> the little things don't matter. laughter matters, love matters and being together. >> biggest surprise, no sleep forever more. no. the biggest surprise i think was how naturally i took to it. >> i can't imagine my life without my children.
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>> and when they get here and you lay eyes on that little boy or that little girl, it is like you didn't realize that your heart could love so much. it's like finding your innocence again. it's discovering this whole new dimension to love. she is my everything. when i have my kids in my arms, it's like this is what i was meant to do. the part of that that no one explains is how whatever you lost of your old life, it is so far exceeded by the absolute joy of your new life with this child. >> that has been the greatest joy for me as a parent, watching my children love each other and care for each other. >> the biggest change is the joy. we laugh at everything as a family. there is so much more to laugh at. >> i'm in this phase where i live for the day. i'll say it. when they can get up on their own and turn on tv. the truth. >> i'll probably never sleep in until 9:00 a.m. again and i
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don't really mind because i can't wait to wake up with her. >> weekends aren't quite as wild as they used to be. they're still wild but they're wild in a very different way. >> just make them realize that we go through the same things. we have our ups and downs and we're a team. >> you can't do it all. as much as you want to do it all, you have to ask for help. >> i think i would give a warning about the mom guilt. because it is real. it's real new work. it's real if you don't work. it's real if you travel for work. it's real if you don't travel for work. real if you're living your dream or if you're not. >> when i watch kathie become a mom, you relate to her joy and i asked her, now how are you going to raise them, honey? she said i'm going to raise up my children the way you and dad raised me, mom. now i thought that was kind of nice to say to me. >> love you, mommy. her nickname is cuddles. i call her every morning at 9:00
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right before we're getting ready to go on the air. she's still so beautiful, isn't she? >> you know, savannah, i'm so proud of everything you've accomplished in life but nothing delight my soul more than watching you with your guilt li blsh your little girl, vail. >> you know why? she's the perfect mom. just watching her taught me everything i needed to know about being a mom. >> in the words of maya angelou, you are a phenomenal mother. yes, you are. >> oh, how sweet is that. oh, my gosh. i'm going to lose a lash. that is so sweet. look at this. i realize, that's why i am the way i am. >> your dad and i have loved watching you mother our grandchildren. mila and poppy louise. you're a fabulous mother and we're proud of you. >> oh, well, i learned from the best. i learned that kindness is the most important thing, even when
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she was first lady of the united states. barbara and i always felt like we were her first priority. and she showed us unconditional love. >> natalie, happy mother's day. you make me so proud. you grew into an amazing woman and a mother. the first time i saw you with josh, it warmed my heart. >> that's the best compliment because that's how i see my mom, is the kind, gentle person and that's all i ever wanted to be, to emulate the kind of mom that i had. so thank you, mom. happy mother's day. >> don't say i didn't warn you! >> we had no idea it would be so special. >> now in the spirit of mother's day, we've picked some special moms from our plaza. we want them to join us for mother's day brunch.
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when you hear your names, moms, come on out. first, sheila from kansas. >> we have carson's mom. natalie's mom.
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>> can anybody understand what anybody's saying? >> no! >> "today's parenting team and johnson have celebrated all the wonderful ways life changes after you have kids. my mother and i can certainly attest to that. let's read just a couple of them here. mom in the orange room. you realize that everything is going to be okay as long as your child is loved. you agree with that? >> oh, i do. >> yes, absolutely. mom approves. dana writing in, you get to become a kid again, too. costumes are worn every single day. i own all of those as well. keep these wonderful photos coming. share a picture of you and your child with the #littlewonders and tell us about the special moments you've enjoyed together. >> jane fonda and lilly tomlin.
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we're going to talk to them about the second season of their popular show, "grace&frankie." i can't believe you're here. what a surprise. can you baby-sit tonight? can you watch the kids? >> absolutely.
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it is just about 8:30 and the back up continues on i-95 after a tractor-trailer jackknifed earlier this morning. nbc 10 was along the scene at 95 and academy. jessica boyington is here with the latest. what can you tell us? >> what we're watching right here is what it looks like a little while ago, several hours ago around academy road on northbound side with one car at a time trickling by on the northbound side. now what it looks likes are just giant delays. still at the scene with the left lane getting by. 108 minutes for that northbound drive time. typically a 12 minute trip. average speeds are 7 miles per hour right now. this is right around cottman
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avenue. so get off 95 that's your best bet. route 55 is still closed dueetç a fatal accident. thank you. all those cars have their windshield wipers going this morning. let's check in with bill henley at the first alert forecast. >> need the rain gear. the rain streaming in, horrify downpours in salem county. some of the heaviest rain in the area and that will continue for much of the morning. those showers will be here this morning, this afternoon we'll start to see breaks in the clouds but no break in the cool northeasterly winds, keep temperatures in the 50s today. seven day forecast at the bottom of the screen, warming trend with some sunshine this weekend. thank you. this morning a woman is recovering from bites after she was attacked bay pit bull. police had to shoot. the dog attacked the woman on american street in north philadelphia. the woman jumped on to the hood of a police car to get away. we'll have more coming up.
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morning, it is the 6th of may. normally we would be outside but we have very good reason to be inside. we're going to call this momm a palooza. the surprise i thought was the ipad greeting. >> i talked to my grandmother last night. i said have you talked to mom?
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"no." >> this is my sister who now looks exactly like my mother. especially when she has her glasses on. >> when sheinelle's mom stepped out, i gave her the flowers. >> did you come the farthest from california? >> i probably. but we meet every year. >> you've been hanging out in the green room, getting to know each other a little bit. >> like the glam qusquad. >> all the champagne bottles are empty back there. >> that was hoda. >> happy mother's day to you all. thank you for being here. that it was a surprise. >> thank you so much. this half-hour we have two very funny women, lilly tomlin and jane fonda about the new season of their hit show, "grace
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& frankie." and how broadway's hottest star, is using his newfound celebrity to attract his home attention for his home state of puerto rico. and martha stewart has some ideas for mother's day. but first let's get a check of the w good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a rainy one today. not an all day rainfall. it will taper off some this afternoon but enough rain to keep us cool. university city in philadelphia, 53 degrees this afternoon. for the philadelphia suburbs, lehigh valley, cool and rainy and cloudy this morning, some breaks in the precipitation this afternoon for south jersey and at the shore, 54 degrees atlantic city today. delaware, rain will be steady with some heavy downpours and temperatures in the 50s. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather.
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savannah? oshg. im's just sitting down over here. jane fonda and lilly tomlin are here, stars of the new netflix hit "grace & frankie." their husband is leave them for each other. in the second season "grace & frankie" have moved on, having some fun in the dating world and things are getting spicy. >> i've also recently been kissed. by jacob. >> did you? when? >> i ran into him at the farmer's market when i was stalking him at the farmer's market. >> how was the kiss? >> my cheek is still tingling. but it may have been a power play. as a business woman and a woman woman, i'm still unpacking it. >> jane fonda and lilly tomlin, good morning, ladies. good to see you. good to be in the company of greatness. >> that's so nice. thank you very much. >> so the season two starts now.
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you've got season two, you've already been picked up for season three. >> we've already started shooting. really fun. it is a big hit. >> did you know when you started that it was going to take off like this? >> no. no. >> no, you don't really know that. you just hope -- you throw yourself in and you're all excited about it and you do -- and the work goes on and on. and then next thing you know, you're fired. >> you guys have been friends for decades. were you actually looking for a project to do together or did it kind of fall in your laps? >> it fell. in our laps. the co-creator of "friends" and howard morris pitched the idea to us. there was no script. but the idea of working with lily again where we could play who we are, old ladies that survived and thrived. >> and you have quite the active love life in this movie.
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you have i think sam elliott is your love interest? >> he's an old flame of mine that this one gets me hooked up with. yeah. i do. >> but he's so good looking. we love him. >> he really is. i was thinking you could do like a wish list of every guy you want to make out with. >> yeah. we did make out. >> what about you? >> fun. >> did frankie get a love interest? >> yeah. i'm developing a love interest in jacob who's played by ernie hudson. >> he sells her the yams for her yam lubrication. >> see, now jane, i was going to try to go this whole segment without mentioning that. >> she didn't say anything untoward. >> yam and the word lubricant. >> remember the last time you were here? >> i do. i do. >> what did she do? >> never mind. >> let's put the delay on. >> there are lladies around the
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table. >> we were going to have a swear jar. but the great thing about this series is it brings up a lot of issues that people aren't used to necessarily talking about when it comes to women in their 70s like sex and dating and frankie's new products line which is -- >> very useful. >> you know what else people aren't used to seeing? women as friends. in the second season, although we're very, very different people, we come to see that we really need each other and we have each other. >> we still fight a lot. we fight. but we look out for each other. >> what are you shrinking from me? i'm sort of like taking second place. >> we have such a good time. >> you're so different in the series. but are you in real life that different? >> exactly alike. i can play 50 characters in a one-woman show with my eyes closed. >> you love comedy, right? >> yes. you know when i knew that we
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were on to something with the show, last year when we were in new york promoting the first season and then we got on a plane on friday morning and flew to l.a. and by the time we arrived in l.a., people had seen the entire season. right? and were calling and writing us about, oh, my god, what you did in season five and that was so funny. >> episode five. you mean. >> we're hoping for five seasons. >> before i let you go, i hear jane has you doing exercise routines during the break. >> she does. she's taken over that role and she's inhabited that role and she conducts our exercises. >> we have the same trainer, mary harris. mary said to me, can you do something about lily? in the workout room on the sound stage and get her to go in there. >> no. we actually do. we stand there and bump into each other. >> yeah. very tiny but adequate. >> the show is great, it looks like you're having so much fun. can you believe you're getting paid for that, too. >> yeah, we like that.
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>> jane fonda and lilly tomlin. >> you do this for free, don't you? >> oh, yes. definitely. getting up in the middle of the night. awesome. the second season of grace and frankie is streaming right now on netflix. up next, the star of "hamilton" helping out somewhere near and dear to his heart -- puerto rico.
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back with a broadway star that comes from far of the bright lights of new york city. >> puerto rico defaulted on its largest debt payment yet this year. >> puerto rico's crumbling economy leaving juan manuel's childhood in ruins and nearly half the island living below the poverty line. he's now calling on congress to
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ensure that puerto rico gets a second act. lin-manuel's act has combined hip-hop and history along with a long list of honors. the musical most recently earning a record breaking 16 tony award nominations. ♪ but now lin-manuel taking his shot in another lead role, as an advocate for the place for it all began. ♪ >> i'm so grateful that i got summers in puerto rico. it helped my spanish. it meant understanding my place in the larger scheme of things, understanding the full vibrancy of my people. >> reporter: far from the glow of the great white way, lin-manuel would visit his relatives in a small town west of san juan. we caught up with his father, luis, during a recent trip. >> our roots in this town and on this island are so deep.
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>> reporter: the vibrant setting of lin-manuel's childhood now just a memory as a decade of recession has puerto rico facing a devastating humanitarian crisis. >> schools are closing and hospitals are closing and towns are tying. >> reporter: known as the island of enchantment, puerto rico now finds itself in a sea of debt more than $70 billion total. this week the island defaulted on its largest debt payment yet, $422 million. the american citizens who call the american territory home need help. >> we have a humanitarian crisis on our hands. >> reporter: lin-man well urging the federal government to regrant puerto rico the right to restructure its debt under chapter 9 like detroit did in 2014. >> this is not asking americans to pay their tax dollars to help puerto rico. this is asking for puerto rico to have the right to restructure its debt. that is not an unreasonable request. >> reporter: while legislation has stalled in congress, power has been cut off at hospitals and more than 150 schools are
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now closed. the recession prompting the largest migration of puerto ricans to the mainland since the end of world war ii. 84,000 in 2014 alone. >> the island loses important min minds, uneducated people and unentrepreneured people. >> reporter: it is estimated one doctor leaves puerto rico each day due to the island's inability to pay insurance claims, a flatlining economy and one more loss puerto rico can't afford. >> 3.5 million american civilians are on the hook for billions. >> reporter: lin-manuel doing what he does wet. >> i see myself as the guy on the beach going there's a wave coming and it is avoidable. because it is a human-made wave. ♪ help puerto rico, it's just 100 miles across. ♪ >> lin-manuel can't see past this wave of inadequate health
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care and necessities if they don't start getting the attention they deserve. >> it is such a wonderful place. i was married in puerto rico. i go at least once a year. it is such a wonderful place. >> i'm half puerto rican. as lin-manuel is as well, he understands the real complexities to the issues there. >> we'll find a solution. coming up next, martha stewart is here with some great gifts you can make from mother's day. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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back now at 8:46. mother's day is less than 48 hours away. what better way to show mom you care than with a homemade gift. >> here with last-minute diy ideas, martha stewart herself. happy mother's day. >> thank you. thank you. >> we're going to start with some pompon flowers. if you want to spend money on the real thing, but this is fun to make.
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>> just crepe paper and accordion fold some crepe paper like this. and then capture these folds with a pipe cleaner. these are all kinds of things that you should have in your crafts closet. do you? >> of course i do, popular that. >> and your children have them all? >> yes, my children have them all. >> then just twist and cut the edges off. i'll show you how to fluff. each layer gets fluffed. make a petal shape like that. and then pull the bottom layer, just carefully without tearing. and you just fluff the whole thing up layer by layer. see how nice? you have to do each layer separately. >> i'm a brute with these things. apologize. >> you know, men. look how pretty? you can make them any size, any
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color and you can even go really large like this one here. these are so beautiful. and if you want, you can embellish with a blitz spritzing. >> that's the next level. very cool. tell me about these shadow boxes. >> these are so fun. this was designed by george geist, 6 years old. >> to make the kid feel good and to make the mom feel really good, frame art like this in a nice little shape. as a heart of course signifies love. you can put a piece of adhesive paper on a piece of glass from the store-bought frame. do an impressionist painting, peel that off so you have a beautiful frame. >> i love that. that's gorgeous. >> fit that into your frame. this is a poem writ be by a nice young man for his mom and then do this.
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>> i'm going to take this home as though i had done it. >> look. isn't that really beautiful? >> i see vail over there. >> i think your mom has seen all this. >> my wife may not be watching. >> next we have these trays. full pictures of my vail. >> i think she's so cute! >> aw, thanks. >> decoupage glue, put a little bit on the back of each picture. this is black and white contemporary. do that all over the back. i got some imagery of my farm. doesn't look quite that pretty yet. this is last year. place them all over these store bought trays. this is the nicest kind of breakfast tray with the edge and the handle. >> how cute? >> do you like breakfast?
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bed? >> i do. i like any food in bed, to be honest. >> you put all your pictures and even some cut-out hearts, these little craft cutters like that, just put them all over. then you decoupage with the decoupage glue all over. this is beautiful. >> do you like smoothies? set up a tray, pineapple juice keeper like buttermilk. you can make the most delicious. frees the fruits before. >> martha stewart, thank you. really nice". this is "today" on nbc.
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back at 8:52. chelsea hammer premiers a new talk show on netflix next week. >> she's fun. i spent the day with chelsea at her home in l.a. and on the set of her brand-new self-titled show "chelsea" where she's making all the rules in late night. we started naturally with a bloody mary. ♪ >> how are the digs?
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feel at home in here? >> yeah. yeah. these are my new offices. it is a brick wall. we're going to add a padded layer for obvious reasons. >> chelsea handler has a new home. scary as it may sound, she's got the run of the place. the 41-year-old known for her brutally honest comedy. >> what's this black stuff? are these bodies? >> reporter: has taken her act to netflix where she is uninhibited by network standards for format, time and content. >> we thought we'd start off for a little bloody morning. >> you going to be able to control yourself the rest of the day if you have a bloody mary? you seem like a lightweight. >> ooh! >> chelsea left "e!" and despite their interest in her, she moves to a sleek new studio. >> what was the appeal of netflix for you? >> i think we're desperately dehydrated for something new on the scene. if you have the ability to create something new and do a
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completely different show than anything that's on the air, then who wouldn't want to take that opportunity? you know? only somebody who's scared of taking risks. >> reporter: after growing up in new jersey as the youngest of six children, chelsea left home at the age of 19 to chase -- something in los angeles. >> i thought my life was going to begin when i got to l.a. i just always did. i wanted to be well known, i wanted people to understand my opinions. i thought they were important. plus, i was a huge fan of "three's company." and then roller blading and roller skating at the time up and down that little bike path. i'm like, that is the life for me. >> was it tough? >> yeah. it was really tough. i waited tables at like 15 different restaurants. >> did you really. >> yeah, i got fired from a lot. >> her no-holds barred comedy which includes nearly every detail of her personal life has landed her on "the new york times" best seller list 30 times. she's grossed upwards of $30 million. >> are there young comedians
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that you think are great and will go on to be the next chelsea hammer? >> oh, my god, i wouldn't wish that for anybody. cheer. >> cheers. >> that's just the tip of the icebe iceberg. catch more of that interview with me on "sunday today." "chelsea" begins streaming this sunday on netflix. carson has more on some special moms. >> announcer: smucker's celebrates "today" is sponsored by smucker's. with a name like smucker's, it has to be good. >> i got baby-sitter tonight. i'm going to get some laundry done. this is amazing. our viewers have been sharing photos of their mothers and telling us what makes them extra special moms. carol started college at age 40 and earned top honors each and every year all while raising three kids. happy mother's day to carol. yong has owned her own business of 40 years and even her customers walk in and call her mom. our producer alex is out on the
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plaza celebrating with a bunch of special moms. there they are. join in, too. just share your photos and stories right here today.com/celebrate. we're wishing our moms here, such a surprise, a mother's day weekend. wishing you guys a happy mother's day as well. >> so cute. all the moms here are like no, we're not doing your laundry. that breaking news a back up continues on i-95 after a tractor-trailer jackknifed earlier this morning. nbc 10 was on the scene near 95 and academy road. good morning, i'm vai sikahema. let's check in with traffic reporter jessica boyington who has the latest on that situation. >> that accident scene has been there since about 5:30 or 6:00 this morning and we're not
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seeing any improvements at all. heading out the door and you take 95 avoid it. 95 northbound is a no go. this is around cottman avenue, 102 minutes still headed northbound. that's typically a 12 minute trip. average speed is 8 miles per hour. you can take side roads. you can take frankford avenue. route 55 is still closed at 42. let's get your friday forecast with bill henley. what your seeing out there? >> a dreary one so far with steady rainfall. some areas of light rain at the shore but look inland. some heavy rainfall now in salem county. it's coming down at a rate of nearly two inches an hour. it's on the move. these showers are moving inland, streaming inland. going to keep moving. this is why you'll see a flood threat for inland areas. at the shore this evening high tides could wind up with flooding there. moderate threat of flooding at the shore.
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philadelphia right now 50 degrees. these temperatures have barely moved this morning. we'll see them climb in the mid told upper 50s this afternoon. >> this morning a woman is recovering from bites after being attacked by a pit bull that police had to shoot. the dog chased and attacked the woman on american street in north philadelphia. police say the woman jumped on to the hood of a police car to get away from animal. we'll have another update for your in 25 minutes. you can get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. see you in a half hour.
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>> i did want to clarify. >> we've had some pretty cool co-hosts. tina fey was here, ellie kemper. this is as good as it gets. >> we're going to put them to work today. let's talk a little mother's day. see what you all think. today.com had a mother's day survey. some questions. would you rather receive a really nice piece of jewelry or two extra hours of sleep? >> sleep? >> jewelry. >> a girl after my own heart!
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now i know where i get that. >> jewelry. >> all jewels. >> jewelry. >> if this could have been about 30 years ago, when we were toddlers. >> right. another one for you -- would you rather be given an adorable hand-made card from your kids or a professional massage and fancy makeover at a spa? >> you could be honest. >> just lay it on us. >> handmade card from you now, probably not -- >> maybe from my kids. >> the grandkids. >> yeah. >> massage and the card? >> for the record, i'd take the hot stone massage. >> okay, mom. >> would you rather be served breakfast in bed or go out to a restaurant? >> go out to a restaurant. >> restaurant. >> i remember making breakfast in bed for my mom once and we spilled everything. orange juice. everything. and it was like -- a disaster. so bad. that's why she's a smart woman. let's go to the restaurant.
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>> i think breakfast in bed sometimes is better on paper than in practice. >> i tell my kids, don't worry, i'm getting up! i'm coming down. >> then mom has to clean up the kitchen, unfortunately. >> right? >> would you rather spend the whole day with your children or a few hours of alone time? >> definitely with children. >> yes. >> i'm all for alone time. i haven't had a mani-pedi in five weeks. >> does your husband or partner usually get you a gift for mother's day? not your kids, but does your husband or partner? >> absolutely. >> i do. i usually get christina something. >> andre, my husband, he spoils me, yes. i say i have everything. he says you say that all the time. and then he buys me something. >> my husband said i'm not his mom. >> that's harsh! >> i don't owe you anything,
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lady! >> that's true. that's true. there's mario. >> hey, mario. >> the guilty party. today.com results say 40% of women say yes, they do get the gifts. but they have to remind them, generally speaking. there's also a quiz on today.com, what brunch to make for mom. >> sweet or decadent. >> go on and i guess you just pick and it will give you some good recipes. >> how about the powerball? >> mother's day gifts -- here we go. powerball for you. powerball for you. i'm a mom, powerball for me. >> $415 million. >> by the way, our producers paid for you guys to have these tickets. >> and if you win, they're going to come looking for their cut of it. >> it's the ninth largest, the
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largest since that record powerball in january. still one ticket holder hasn't come forward yet. >> what are they waiting for? >> for us to forget, i guess. >> they lost it. >> can you imagine if somebody lost that ticket? or if they don't even know that they won? sitting in a drawer somewhere. >> crazy. we love that game, never have we ever. at leasthe will he will enwhen plays it. take a look. >> have we ever used each other's toothbrushes without telling them. >> i don't know that we have separate toothbrushes. we struggle with one. >> never have we ever hooked up on set. >> what?
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>> yes. >> never have we ever hooked up on set. never have we ever been in handcuffs. >> you have because you're in the movie now. >> no. >> i'm talking about the police and stuff. >> he was arrested. >> that's always a dangerous game, don't you think? >> no good can come from that. >> not with the couples version. you don't want to know some things. >> natalie, you sat down with mila and christina. >> they're in the movie "bad moms," which all of us shared some of our bad parenting moments here before. you're such a perfect mom, i
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can't imagine you've had a bad mom moment. have you had a bad mom moment? >> i have to think. i feel guilty, really bad. >> does your beautiful mother know how you scream at the gps when you get lost on the way to soccer practice? >> i'm sure she's heard the story. just got the gps. it's expletives. i've seen my sister scream at her gps, which is her husband. i was in the car when she got lost once. >> have you had bad mom moments? >> i'm sure. >> he ran out of gas. >> they never ask for directions. right? >> thank goodness for gps. >> thank goodness for gps. >> i can't admit defeat.
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even when the gas light comes on, we're good. we're fine. >> i still have aaa in my phone. >> you see that gas logo, get me to the next exit, please. >> joanie, you must have a story. >> the stories i have are about teenage willie. >> we have all day. >> no, i'm not going to tell them. because some of the things he did, i might have a social worker calling. >> really. >> she is a social worker, too. >> so i know they would call. >> he turned out okay, though. so whatever you did, it worked. >> i knew he was going to turn out okay. >> it was a journey, but we got there. >> how about the kentucky derby? >> tomorrow. about 20 horses in the race. love the names. the names are so great this year. nyquist. 3-1 odds.
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exaggerator. 8-1 odds. mohaymen. i'm not sure where that name comes from. 10-1 odds. gun runner 10-1. creator 10-1. i love the name sudden news breaking -- or sudden breaking news. there are so many great names. last year, remember american pharoah won the triple crown. jockey victor espinoza has been so hot. we'll keep our eye on him. go on your phones, generate a name. type in your first initial, then your birthday, i think, somehow that works out. willie, we did this. yours is -- walkie juice jabba.
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i am fly away fury. i like that. >> al, i love yours. king thang. >> yes! >> that's what we call you around the office. >> got your king thang. >> the kentucky derby is on tomorrow at 4:00 eastern. >> lucy makes the whole board with all the odds, puts it up in the kitchen, we just start laying down bets. good for the can idz kids to le competition, money, the value of the dollar. it is a teachable moment. >> it is very nice. >> this is a first. all our moms and sister on "the take." >> let's do this more often, guys. >> you want to help me do weather? come on over.
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come on. >> you're going to test her on her geography, right? >> oh, my gosh. can you find ohio on the map? where is your hometown of shaker heights, ohio? >> shaker heights, ohio. here we are. >> point to it. >> there. >> yes. near cleveland. >> that's the west side of cleveland. >> no, this is eastern. right here. >> no, we're right here. >> you're looking at the map backwards. shaker's over there. >> oh! shaker's over there. >> okay. do the weather. >> thank you. so we got this omega block. again causing all these problems so you can see the low here. that's generating all that rain. we got rain and some snow in the upper elevations out west. big dome of high pressure right there and so the weather's
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fantastic. look at this. what do you see there? >> rain. >> thank you! you don't need me. you're just my sister. we got coastal flooding from delaware to connecticut. anywhere from one to two inches here. so they can see you. hit the button for me. >> oh, this one? >> yeah. there you go. and then out west we're looking again more rain for central and southern wyoming. flash flood threats for parts of northern and central california. again. very nice. as we move into the saturday afternoon, we'll be watching a storm threat moving into the midsection of the country. that's the whole deal. do you know what i say when it is time to go to commercial? >> that's good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a rainy one today. not an all day rainfall. it will taper off some this afternoon but enough rain to keep us cool. university city in philadelphia, 53 degrees this afternoon. for the philadelphia suburbs, lehigh valley, cool and rainy and cloudy this morning, some breaks in the precipitation this
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afternoon for south jersey and at the shore, 54 degrees atlantic city today. delaware, rain will be steady with some heavy downpours and temperatures in the 50s. have a great day. >> that's your latest weather. in fairness to her, she's still upset about michael strahan leaving. >> she w watches the other show. >> different the pressure when you're on tv. >> now you appreciate your brother a little bit. >> no. i mean. >> ladies -- >> not really. >> happy mother's day. we love you guys. coming up, natalie catches up with jada pinkett smith, christina applegate on ts sometd not given. dedication means pursuing your passion.
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get ready to laugh outloud at "bad moms." i recently got the chance to visit the stars on set. >> bad mom! >> to bad moms! >> woo! >> in "bad moms" mila kunis bans together with kristen bell and kathryn hahn to fight back against unreasonable expectations and cut loose at the same time. >> you said everything i've ever felt about being a mom but couldn't say it. >> her nemesis, christina applegate's bossy pta president and her mean whirl sidekicks. >> are those store-bought
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doughnut holes, amy? i'm going to destroy you. >> do you know any mean moms like this? at your kid's schools or -- >> i know one. >> yeah. >> i know one. >> very close. >> no msg, no sesame, no soy, and of course no nuts or egg or butter or shaalt or sugar or wheat. >> but these moms bond over the challenges of parenting. >> i loved this. it is poking fun at this unrealistic, unattainable idea of being a perfect mom that we've all felt. >> you have to live down the perfect mom. >> do you all have any bad mom moments? >> i've had to leave my kids, say i'm going to wros in ing to throwing herself on the floor and you're like, oh, my gosh, i'm so sorry, but we need to eat. you want to eat food, kid?
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>> the day we visited, martha stewart was filming a cameo at herself. >> have you tried those jell-o shots? >> they're utterly delicious. >> reporter: but even the symbol of domestic perfection says she's had to work through mommy guilt. >> of course! you know, alexis stewart. i've been accused of being a bad mom my entire motherhood but i know i was a good mom. she's a good mom to her kids. how could she be a good mom if she had had a bad mom. >> don't punish your kids. >> don't say no to your kids. >> what do you think's gotten so complicated about being moms. >> gives you a comparison headache. like this is what is supposed to happen and if you want them to be this way, you should do this. this leads to this. >> but every single one of those websites should start out with like a sentence saying, as long as you love your kid, you won't fail. >> and "bad moms" hits theaters
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♪ this justin timberlake new song called "can't stop the feeling" his first single in three years. some calling it the new song of the summer. let's listen a little bit. ♪ ♪ everybody dance ♪ everybody dance >> i think it is song of the summer, guys. definitely song of the summer. i can't stop this feeling. >> i think i saw quest love in there. >> you did. just ahead, the first person in the world to climb the highest peak on each of the seven continents and to cross the seven seas. this guy is unbelievable and he
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kill 99% of bad breath germs. feel 100% in life. bring out the bold™ a back up continues on i-95 after a tractor-trailer jackknifed there earlier this morning. nbc 10 was on the scene, 95 and academy road. good morning i'm vai sikahema. let's get a check on traffic with nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. >> finally starting to see some relief on 95 since earlier this morning, lanes are moving again. up to 51 minutes on the drive time on the way back down. we've seen a decrease in the drive time by 45 minutes. average speeds are on the climb a little bit. good to go on 95 you'll see some delays. police department activity has cleared 55 is back open. so you're good to go there as well. >> you can tell from the cameras
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how wet the roads are. let's check in with bill henley. >> it's been raining all morning and continue this afternoon. some evident heaviest rainfall i feel fin and suburbs and new castle county in delaware and somerton county. pushing to the east. tremendous amount of rain on the ground. estimated rainfall totals shows some rainfall in philadelphia but look at the much more significant rainfall that's been falling this morning in delaware and south jersey, watch out for some street flooding first thing this morning. today a motions hearing set in the federal corruption tryle of a fattah. the jury selected this week is expected to hear opening statements on may 16th. >> graduation day at temple university. largest class. more than 9,000 degrees to undergrad, graduate students and professionals. we'll have another update four in 25 minutes. you can always get the latest
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news and weather with the nbc 10 app. i'm vai sikahema. have a great day. see you in a half hour.
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cyber security pros are warning anyone with a personal e-mail account that it might be a good time to change your password. computer experts recent le uncovered 272 million stolen user names and passwords being offered for sale by russian hackers on the internet. among them, yahoo! gmail and microsoft addresses and passwords. experts say to change passwords regularly, even monthly, they recommend. a new study ties pregnancy weight gain with children's obesity. according to a study, a baby born at a normal size but by a mother who gained too much weight during pregnancy is more likely to become overweight or obese. the study followed more than 24,000 mothers and their children for ten years. researchers say the increases in a mother's blood sugar and
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excessive weight gain appear to affect the child's metabolism. a compliment can make your day but insults seem to have a greater impact on your brain. people had their brain waves measured while they read a series of compliments and insults presented to them on screen. one at a time. their brains showed greater signs of emotional processing after the insult and as the insult was paired with the sound of a crowd laughing, the brain's reaction was even stronger and it lasted longer. take a look at this impressive catch last night in major league baseball. not from a player, but from the cotton candy guy. this happened in houston in a game between the astros and mariners. he casually grabs the foul ball, lands to the fan, then goes on selling the cotton candy, keeping business going. amazing! impressive. let's get a check of the weather right now from al. good reflexes, al. >> that catch was "sweet." let me tell you. oh, like you would have done any
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better. anyw anyway, we got the 142nd running of the kentucky derby, the run for the roses. thank you very much. looking for the start of the day, very lovely in louisville, kentucky. but by the afternoon we could see some storms. temperature about 82 degrees. let's look at the rest of the "weekend outlook." for tomorrow we've got some strong around the great lakes. gulf coast looking good, wet weather in the rockies. sunshine in the northwest. sunday -- sunday -- we expect showers in northern new england and parts of the northeast. slight risk in texas into braska moving eastne good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a rainy one today. not an all day rainfall. it will taper off some this afternoon but enough rain to keep us cool. university city in philadelphia, 53 degrees this afternoon. for the philadelphia suburbs, lehigh valley, cool and rainy and cloudy this morning, some breaks in the precipitation this
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afternoon for south jersey and at the shore, 54 degrees atlantic city today. delaware, rain will be steady with some heavy downpours and temperatures in the 50s. have a great day. >> announcer: in the kitchen with al is is brought to you by chinet. you are ane vited. we've been making special recipes to treat mom this week. today i'm making two variations after recipe that my wife deborah, loves. we call them the dutch baby. can you make it either sweet or savory. we'll start with a sweet one. here's the grid, guys. it's pretty easy. you got -- it uses a lot of eggs. but it's fantastic. you first take about four tablespoons of butter. on the stovetop i like to use -- deborah likes to use a cast iron skillet. you get that thing nice and hot with four tablespoons of butter.
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you're going to take half dozen eggs, pour in some whole milk, some flour, some lemon zest, some salt, and some vanilla. >> did you guys just name it disturb baby? >> no. this is the traditional thing. we actually saw this recipe in the "new york times" and kind of adapted it. you're just going to pulse this thing. very simple. then you're going to -- it really is pretty quick. you're going to pour this into your skillet. let it set. and then you are going to take it and put it into a 375-degree oven for about 15 to 20 minutes. the way you'll know it's ready is that it's going to puff up. all right? >> is there a baby in there? >> it looks like it.
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what's going to happen -- don't be alarmed. it starts like this but eventually will deflate. it is a souffle that's supposed to drop. because this one is a sweet one, we're going to make a little blueberry sauce. blueberries are out there right now. take a pint or do of blueberries, water, lemon zest, salt and some lemon zest. you're going to cook this down and just keep cooking it, cooking it, cooking it. it will eventually resemble this syrup. then you've got a nice compote basically which is also great on pancakes as well. you put that on and you just drizzle it. then you cut it up. it is nice and warm. the great thing is, if you want to substitute some cheese, you cut back the sugar on it, and you make a savory and it is spectacular. what's great about it, it reheats really well.
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so you just wrap it in foil, back in the oven at 300 degrees for ten minutes. >> lighter pancakes. really good. >> it is so good. >> the kids -- our kids love this. >> get right in there. >> it is mother's day. you can do whatever you want. >> there you go. >> we love this thing. what are you going to do for mother's day? brunch or -- >> yeah. now i have guests. >> that's right! your mom's here. >> that's right. we're going to do something special. i don't know yet. >> reality is setting in. oh, now we've got to make plans for mom. >> i got lots of dinner reservations to make. >> i'm going to cook for christina. i'm working on the menu now. i can't reveal it on national television. i might have to incorporate this after having tasted it. >> we also want to mention that today food club mum ber standout, christine carlisle
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"alice through the looking glass." you may have seen these baskets on your local morning broadcast, bowties, mint julep recipes and roses can be only mean one thing -- the derby is here! good morning, maureen. >> this has been part of the derby tradition since the very first race. it is a way for it the ladies to show off. the one that you are wearing and the one i am wearing, the fascinators, we made these. here is some cash from my wallet for easy betting. my kid's toy box for a horse. these are just from the dollar store. flowers, feathers, birds. a hot glue gun. >> this is not fancy but cute. >> again, these are things you
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probably have. ribbon. you can make a diy derby hat section at your party. put up a hot glue gun. you want a butterfly or bird to put on there? >> sure. >> you can just keep adding. you can make it as fancy, ridiculous as you want. lot of butterflies. if you put up hot glue guns and put up a station, do not leave them unattended. you might have seen earlier how easy it is to make a tissue paper flower. this is just an accordion folded from tissue paper. headband, some wire. then you just start to fluff it up. just like that. it turns into this one. >> i lucked out. i got the drink station. right up my alley. >> these are just strawberry
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stars. so simple. inside here is a skewer. that's what you way you get it into the strawberry. a sharp paring knife, start at the bottom and you pull it out. you just put those out just like that. >> you put it in your mint julep. >> this is our junior julep. there's no alcohol here. somewhere in the country it is hot, right? not here. but again, just a simple lemonade. it's got nice fresh mint. we made some mint ice cubes here. it is just mint in your ice cube tray. a lot of people don't have ice cube trays anymore. again, easy pick-up at a dollar store and it is really simple, makes the kids feel like they're part of it. nice lemon slices in there. >> you got to have food. these quick great little horseshoe shaped sandwiches. >> you can just use a knife if
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you don't have a cookie cutter. these are benedictine sandwiches. this is cream cheese, cucumber, scallions, really nice and light. >> i love the cupcakes. >> if you're not a baker this is a perfect last-minute idea. pick up premade cupcakes. these are nutter butter cookies. that gives you your horse shape. if you have icing in the refrigerator, you can make those eyes. you don't have brown, use the blue. then run for the rees roses, th are just napkins. we wrapped them up, some twine. then here we have our jockeys easily made from foam board and paint. also a game from the kiddoes and also adults if you're up to it. have you played pin the tail on the horse before? >> no. >> i'm going to spin gavin around one time.
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see if you can find the horse. you're close. >> keep going. keep going. you're doing excellent! you know whose is whose. anyone can play this game. >> these sandwiches are amazing, by the way. >> tea sandwiches. >> the moving target here. >> coming up, we'll show you how one ordinary man pulled off the extraordinary becoming the first person in the world to climb the seven summits and cross the seven seas. don't miss his story right after this.
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if it goes on for two weeks, see a doctor, it may be nothing but find out. learn the symptoms. get the inside knowledge about gynecologic cancers. 56-year-old martin frye is the first person in the world to climb the highest peaks of each of seven continents known as the seven summits and to cross the seven seas. the journey took 11 years. in total martin has climbed over 140,000 feet and sailed more than 36,000 nautical miles. he has endured extreme temperatures, suffocating elevations and monster waves at sea and he's lived to tell us about it here this morning. martin, so great to meet you. welcome. >> thanks. glad to be here. >> you've also got your beautiful family. your wife and daughter. want your take on what he's been up to in the last few years in just a minute. tell me first where this idea came from. who would even think of trying to do this? >> well, i moved from silicon
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valley to utah and i was missing the ocean. i didn't know what to do at first. then i started climbing mountains just for fun. and then one mountain led to another and we got bigger. we climbed denali in alaska with my good climbing partner, steve gasser. and while we were stuck in a storm actually at 17,000 feet for six days. we talked about, hey, what do you think about maybe climbing the seven summits and could we do it? >> that's not the reaction most people would have. they'd say we're never doing this again, but you said let's go higher. was there something inside you that made you go higher around sail farther? >> even as a kid i liked hiking a little further or sailing on a challenge on a windy day. there i just felt like i had a little more gas in the tank so i just wanted to see how far my body would take me. >> you just finished this about three weeks ago. april 17th. how are you feeling physically? >> i'm starting to recover.
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we were sailing across the north pacific and we were on watch four hours on, four hours off. it's taken a while to get back to a regular sleep cycle and everything else but i'm glad to be home. >> i think most people think of mountain everest. what is it like? >> it is an amazing feeling. the first thing you do is try to catch your breath. it is at 19,000 feet. that's where 747s fly. then you realize how cold it is but you are elated you ma i had made it there and you have a celebration with your friends. >> what was the most perilous moment? >> i always felt within the safety bounds of what i like to stay in control. it was a challenge and i didn't know if i could do it. it was an endurance pushing me to -- this extreme of what i could do.
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both sailing and mountaineering. they both take you to the end in terms of cold and wet and dealing with what you can push yourself to. >> let's give kim a little credit. you were along for the ride on some of this. weren't you? >> i was. we sailed from st. martin to australia, so half-way around the world together. >> what was it like being in the boat together? >> it wasn't quite what i expected on the beginning. i thought we were going on a wonderful cruise. it ended up being a t-shirt and shorts kind of cruise. >> you trick her. >> we have some very special guests with us. alex from guinness world records is with us and wants to present you something very special. alex, why don't you come on in, sir. >> good morning. >> good morning. martin, we at guinness world records are always inspired by amazing individuals just like yourself. so it gives me absolute pleasure on behalf of everyone at guinness world records to announce that you are the first person to climb the seven summits and to cross the seven
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seas. martin, you are the embodiment of being officially amazing. >> thank you. it is a great honor and i appreciate very much what you guys do and also the "today" show for setting this up. it is absolutely fabulous. >> you are in the book, my friend. kim, lilly, thank you for being here as well. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc.
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so wi, my friend, what's cog up on "sunday day"? i'm headed out to the west coast to talk with chelsea handler. netflix came to her and we're behind the scenes. she can get away with anything she
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we have been following this breaking news for three or four hours. tractor-trailer jackknifed early this morning on i-95. nbc 10 was on the scene near academy road. but the situation is now improving. good morning, i'm vai sikahema. let's get an update on that situation with jessica boyington. what your seeing? >> finally improving. that's right. we had this accident scene out there that jackknifed tractor-trailer and fuel spill since about 6:00 this morning. now this is the back up scene
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around cottman approaching academy. down to 24 minutes. about an hour ago it was a 108 minute drive time. so you can see how much it's improved. from the vine street expressway, average speeds into the 30s. thank you. let's get a check onto weather with nbc 10 first alert meteorologist bill henley. >> we're expecting to see heavy rain. light sections of light rain in delaware and southern new jersey. the heavy rain has pushed into chester county in pennsylvania. heavy rainfall moving through westchester right now and heavy rain will not be an all day affair but here to start with. it is on the move. we'll see rain tapering off this afternoon. it stays cool. 50 degrees in philadelphia. in some of the suburbs dropped to the 40s. some parts of philadelphia in the upper 40s right now. thank you, bill. we'll have another update four coming up in 25 minutes. of course get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app.
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we'll send you back to the "today" show. i'm vai sikahema. we'll see you at about 10:30.
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