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today. >> download the nbc 10 app for the latest information on egyptair 804. >> "today" show is up next. thanks for watching. >> have a good weekend. good morning. breaking news. egyptian officials say they found wreckage and personal belongings from egyptair flight 804 just this morning. the search now on for the plane's black boxes. will they hold the key to what brought it down? politics and the plane crash. >> if anydy thinks it wasn't blown out of the sky, you're 100% wrong, folks. okay? >> donald trump doubles down on labeling the egyptair crash an act of terrorism. this after hillary clinton slams him for his rhetoric and questions his fitness for the white house. >> i have concluded he is not qualified to be president of the united states. >> reporter: million dollar mistake? golf superstar phil mickelson accused of using confidential
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search have located parts of the plane debris. about 180 miles north of alexandria. >> investigators are operating on a theory that terror brought the plane down, but nothing is being ruled out at this point. no one on the jet's manifest has been found on any terror watch list so far. >> we have complete coverage, beginning with bill neely. he's in cairo this morning. bill, good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. from cairo airport, where investigators from france and egypt are meeting to try to solve a mystery with few clues. egypt's military though saying it's found debris. that could be anything. but right now, anything is welcomed. any clue that might help solve this mystery. >> reporter: it's still a search and rescue operation. the search is intense, but rescue seems a long shot. no sign of life. no clear clues after what made
flight 804 fall from the sky. it didn't just fall. it veered to the left, then spiralled more than 20,000 feet before plunging into the sea off egypt. one egyptian minister suggesting a bomb as the most likely cause. but u.s. intelligence officials tell reuters a review of satellite imagery has shown no evidence of an explosion. nothing though is being ruled out. >> we have seen a desire on the part of extremists around the world, including some extremists in the middle east, to carry out attacks targeting the international aviation system. >> reporter: french investigators have arrived at cairo airport, where for relatives of those on board, it's an agonizing wait. here and in europe. richard was on the missing flight. >> i still hope for the best, but i never would have expected
this to happen. i never would expect to wake up to this. >> reporter: the terror group isis is active in egypt. last year, brought down a russian passenger plane here with 224 on board. bombed, it claimed, with explosives in a soda can. u.s. officials saying none of the plane's passengers was on a terror watch list. officials in paris are checking security at the airport from where the plane left. at los angeles airport, security has been tightened in direct response to the disappearance of the plane and the uncertainty. >> so far, at least, we have no claim of responsibility or evidence that this was an intentional act. >> reporter: a u.s. search plane is part of a growing fleet, scouring a sea almost a mile deep for any debris. but so far, none confirmed from the missing plane. >> well, the debris the egyptians have spotted now has to be recovered and brought here
for analysis. still, no proof of bombs or claims by isis. they are quick to both after the metrojet attack several months ago. this remains a tragedy without explanation. >> bill neely, thank you very much. let's get more on the leading theories. what investigators are looking for this morning. tom costello is on the story for us. good morning. >> good morning. more questions than answers this morning, but a growing number of clues that investigators are looking to tell them what might have happened in the final moments before this plane vanished. >> reporter: this morning, investigators are zeroing in on egyptair 804's final 24 hours. it made five trips in the day before in the mediterranean, landing in paris, tunis, cairo. investigators are seeing who has access to the plane, including maintenance crews, caterers and baggage handlers, all under a
magnifying glass of interviews and background checks. >> so far, at least, we have no claim of responsibility or evidence that this was an intentional act. but the fbi, as you would expect, is working with our partners around the world to try and gain a better understanding of what happened. >> reporter: today, a major question. did a so-called back door exist for someone to plant a bomb on the plane? intelligence officials tell nbc news early data suggests some sort of explosion on board. >> they're also going to look for the defamation patterns in the metal, to say was any of it sp out and is there residue on the metal? >> reporter: it's a leading theory and far from fact, though it's made before. in february, a suicide bomber blew a hole over somalia. airport workers were seen handing him a laptop inside the airport. last october, isis released this picture of a purported soda can bomb it says brought down the russian metrojet plain over
egypt's sinai peninsula. >> it's rare for them to take more than 12 hours to issue a claim of responsibility for a major act of international terrorism. it's a rarity. doesn't mean it doesn't happen. >> reporter: up veinvestigators to get their hands on the plane's black boxes. conversations between the crew and any sounds of explosions. like data that could piece together the mystery. this morning, los angeles international airport has stepped up security, as airports across the world confront another blow to aviation safety. >> security experts at charles de gaulle in paris insist their airport is very tight. they revoke the access badge if they have even the slightest doubt about any staff member. but the plane involved in the crash, as we mentioned, made multiple trips on wednesday. cairo, tunis, back to cairo, paris, before returning to cairo again.
investigators need to backtrack and determine who had access to the plane at all the airports. back to you. >> tom costello in washington for us, thank you. greg fiis a former investigator with the ntsb. we have a plane at attitude, 37,000 feet. something monumental happens, it turns sharply to the left, circles to the right and drops out of the sky. there is in distress call. what jumps out at you? >> matt, one of the things about the motion of the aircraft that turned to the left and then the spiraling to the right sounds, to me, as though the airport is, of course, out of control. but whether or not that was because the pilots were trying to regain control and the airport still was in tact enough to do that, or whether or not that was a result of an explosion, the airplane was uncontrollable and uncommandable by the crew, that's going to be the question that needs to be questioned by investigation.
they're going to have to get that information from the cockpit voice recorder and/or the flight data recorder. there's just not enough fidelity in the radar data to tell them that story. >> egyptian officials are saying, once again, they believe they've found wreckage. we'll see if that turns out to be the case. if you have wreckage that is submerged in water, will you still be able to find explosive residue if something like that exists? if this were a bomb. >> savannah, with the wreckage in the water, as long as it doesn't get washed -- and that is, as long as the exposed parts aren't continually being washed either by wave or tidal action or any kind of grit and debris, sand on the bottom -- there still should be residue impregnated in any kind of explosion. the particles that are embedded in the metal. any of the debris, if it's blown from inside the aircraft out. that is, the metal itself.
there should still be residue that forensic folks can actually determine whether or not that was an explosion or that was some sort of deformation due to the breakup of the aircraft. >> i want to go back to what happened in the plane after this event. 37,000 feet is way up in the air. are you surprised -- i know the idea is aviate, navigate and call for help. are you surprised there was no distress call, considering how far the plane fell? >> this has always been a question. it was a question in metrojet. also a question with ms17 years ago. whatever event transpired or took place, it gives investigators an idea whatever happened was catastrophic in nature. if the crew was dealing with a mechanical malfunction or
failure, their attention is on regaining control of the airplane. the radio call is the last thing they'll do. especially in the recent past, we know because of the catastrophic nature of whatever happen happened, especially with metrojet where it exploded and came out of the sky, this leads beliefs to be something that prevented the pilots from making a call. >> working with the federal government on security matters, michael, we don't know what brought down the plane, but officials are suspecting that terrorism may be involved. if so, it seems two possibilities arise. either somebody on the inside did it. airline or employee planted something. or more disturbingly, someone was able to get it through security at charles de gaulle airport in paris.
what stands out to you? >> that's the two most likely possibilities. if the flight had been going from cairo to paris, we wouldn't be as surprised because, truthfully, the security in cairo is much looser. on the ramp, insiders and the screening. but paris, france, london, western cities, these have world-class screening techniques. they have world-class security. so if a bomb was smuggled, either in carry-on baggage or cargo, this marks a sophisticated attack. again, as you said, it's too early. but the idea of getting past our best western security is very, very troublesome to intelligence officials. >> and there are two options there. one, these people, if it is terrorism, could have gotten lucky in getting something somewhat traditional. an explosive device on the plane. a bigger fear, i think, is could they have developed something that can pass through without being detect sed?
>> that's right, matt. terrorists like things that work and will rarely use something they know will likely be detected if people screen it well. they're likely to innovate, use something with a low likelihood of detection. that's the biggest concern, that they have innovated. we've seen the innovation over time. the underwear bomber. the printed bomber. the bomber referred to in the soda can. that's always the concern. the movement of bomb making knowledge from yemen to syria to elsewhere is a true concern. >> just a couple seconds, but mike, the fact that no terror group has taken responsibility and, of course, we all know they're usually quick to do so, what does that tell you? what do you make of that? >> if i was in the intelligence community now, i'd be more interested in what people were saying not publicly, but privately. who is talking about what? did people say, look, we had a success, that no one has taken public claim of responsibility. i wouldn't write much into that. >> michael, appreciate it.
thank you. in the meantime, presidential hopefuls donald trump and hillary clinton are weighing in on the egyptair crash, while sharpening their attacks against each other. clinton going so far as to say trump is not qualified to be president. nbc's kristen welker has more on that. good morning to you. >> matt, good morning to you. the jabs between donald trump and hillary clinton will likely only get tougher today. as we saw last night when trump took direct aim at clinton during a fundraiser for chris christie. polls show the anticipated face-off is shaping up to be a nail biter. >> reporter: donald trump using a new jersey rally for chris christie to flex his foreign policy muscles, saying definitively the egyptair disaster was an act of terror. >> if anybody thinks it wasn't blown out of the sky, you're 100% wrong, folks. >> reporter: trump's comments aimed at hillary clinton, who slammed trump for tweeting earlier, the egyptair crash looks like yet another terrorist
attack without hard evidence. trump mocking his likely general election rival. >> he shouldn't be running for office. doesn't have the right. i'm saying to myself, what just happened 12 hours ago? a plane was blown out of the sky. >> it does appear that it was an act of terrorism. >> reporter: this just hours after clinton used her strongest language yet to argue trump fails the test to be commander in chief. >> i know how hard this job is, and i know that we need steadine steadiness, as well as strength and smarts in it. i have concluded he is not qualified to be president of the united states. >> reporter: clinton accusing the presumptive gop nominee of promoting a dangerous foreign policy, including his proposed muslim ban. >> when you say, we're going to bar all muslims, we have seen how donald trump is being used to essentially be a recruiter for more people to join the cause of terrorism.
>> reporter: trump wasting no time, firing back. writing in a statement, clinton has bad judgment and is unfit to serve as president. the latest poll shows clinton leading trump by only six points nationally. first, she has to win her primary battle with bernie sanders, who is showing no signs of letting up. >> i will be the nominee for my party, chris. that is already done, in effect. there is no way that i won't be. >> now, even though the race is nearly mathematically out of sanders' reach, his campaign balked at clinton's comments. emphasizing a number of states still have to vote. now, as for today, trump will try to rally the conservative base when he headlines a speech at the convention for the national rifle association. clinton will attend a fundraiser in austin. her aides say she'll campaign in new jersey and california in the coming days, states she wants to win so she heads into the come ven -- convention on solid ground. al is with us.
what's cooking in the weather? >> northeast, not looking good. mid-atlantic states, not great news. look what's going on in parts of louisiana and mississippi. this just in the last few hours. this whole line of heavy showers, thunderstorms, heavy rain and wind is pushing east. look right now, you can see, we have severe thunderstorm warnings and watches throughout parts of the panhandle of florida. this is all moving east. we look for these showers and storms making it to the east coast. flash flooding, a big problem. this is also going to develop low pressure moving up the coast. we've got a washout saturday. the preakness, going to be a mess. sunday, it pushes up. a cool, wet, nasty weekend along the eastern seaboard. we'll get
good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. a cool start but it won't last. look at the sunshine and the temperatures upper 70s for philadelphia, the suburbs, the lehigh valley will warm to 78 degrees in bethlehem and to the south, a nice warmup for new jersey and wildwood, too. even at the shore, the temperatures will be climbing into the lower 70s. wilmington 76 degrees this afternoon. enjoy the sunshine today. because rain moves in on saturday. some heavy rain in the afternoon and still a chance of some showers but a bit warmer on sunday. have a great day. >> that's your latest weather. >> al, thank you. coming up, golf superstar phil mickelson in a federal
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irard point bridge. still an accident scene that's arkative. they are blocking off the left-hand lane and part of the left-hand shoulder. a little bit of a delay behind that. that's headed northbound. no other major delays on 95 to talk about. there might be delays on the betsy ross bridge due to construction between the upside in new jersey to the ramp to 95 southbound. two lanes closed there. counselors will be at howard high school of technology to help students cope with the shooting death of a classmate. someone gunned down a ninth grader on a city street yesterday just weeks after 16-year-old amy joyner-francis died following a fight inside the school. three students are charged in amy's death. take a look at this, video of the latest bear sighting in new castle county, the pomeroy trail in newark. so beaware, it's a bear. get the latest with the nbc 10 app.
♪ i'm coming home ♪ tell the world i'm coming home ♪ back at 7:30. it's friday morning, may 20th, 2016. it's officially summer because our summer concert series is back. the crowd is here. puff daddy and the family will hit our stage in our 8:30 half hour. we are looking forward to that. >> we'll get outside in a while. first, officials say wreckage from egyptair flight 804 has been found in the mediterranean sea. greece's defense minister is saying crews have spotted human remains. at least two seats and suitcases from the plane. 66 people were on board when it disappeared from radar on the way from paris to cairo. donald trump and hillary clinton are engaging in a back and forth over the crash investigation. trump labeling it a terror
attack already. clinton says while it appears to be the case, candidates shouldn't rush to judgment. adding trump's rhetoric is dangerous and divisive. take a look at this bridge collapse in oklahoma city. a tractor trailer with a tall load hit it. fortunately, the driver of the truck was able to get out safely. the word "legendary" is thrown around a lot, but it is the best way to describe the life and career of morley safer. a mainstay on cbs for decades. he died just a few days after his retirement. >> i'm morley safer. >> reporter: the cbs news man with the unmistakable voice was a familiar presence on "60 minutes" for 46 years. >> what goes through your minds? are the companies a shame? what do they do? admit it, you have a temper. >> reporter: he was remembered on "hardball."
>> he was the king of quirk i can nequirkiness. he was a great writer. the body of work is extraordinary. >> do they really pay me to do this? >> reporter: from the beginning, he made a huge mark, covering the vietnam war for the cbs evening news. >> are the american people ready to lose more and more young men in vietnam? >> reporter: his report about the soldiers torching the villages. >> this is what the war is about. >> reporter: stunned american viewers at home and drew the wrath of president lyndon johnson. >> no one had seen that view of the war before. once seen, it sent shock waves that reached the white house. >> reporter: at "60 minutes," he was known for his range. >> is your wife here? >> no, she's not. >> great. >> reporter: and natural curiosity. >> stares down from the podium like a benevolent bird of prey.
>> reporter: from playing pool wi -- to flirting with helen hunt, to asking questions about a multi-million dollar scandal. he was in declining health when he released his retirement last week. "60 minutes" aired a tribute this past weekend. >> i don't like to be on television. it's not natural to be talking to a piece of machinery. but the money is very good. >> reporter: in the 1950s, he was a newspaper and later tv reporter. after three tours as a foreign war correspondent, he joined "60 minutes" in 1970. he was the last member of the original team of correspondents that created in-depth, long-form
reporting. in a tweet last week when his retirement was announced, safer said, it's been a wonderful run and i want to thank the millions of people who have been loyal to our "60 minutes" broadcast. thank you. >> social media has been very active with all kinds of tweets from people who were fans and admire admires. i think we were in the admirer category. tom brokaw said, he was frail but we had laughs. god bless him. >> so much personality and will be missed. >> won't be the same. let's get a check of the weather. >> unfortunately, we're getting the same old song for our friends in the plains states, as we look at the beginning of next week. strong storms will be firing up from corpus christi on sunday all the way up into oklahoma. the risk will extend into the northern plains with some tornadoes. we move into monday. look at this. from minnesota all the way down to texas and louisiana, more
severe weather possible. scattered tornadoes, damaging winds and hail. we're going to be watching that. for today, gorgeous day in the northeast and new england, up through the plains. it's going to be perfect. we're looking at another system coming on shore. it'll be bringing more rain and some upper elevation snows to the pacific northwest. from the southwest to texas, at least texas is getting a break today before more of this breaks out into the good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. a cool start but it won't last. look at the sunshine and the temperatures upper 70s for philadelphia, the suburbs, the lehigh valley will warm to 78 degrees in bethlehem and to the south, a nice warmup for new jersey and wildwood, too. even at the shore, the temperatures will be climbing into the lower 70s. wilmington 76 degrees this afternoon. enjoy the sunshine today. because rain moves in on saturday. some heavy rain in the afternoon and still a chance of some showers but a bit warmer on sunday. have a great day. >> don't forget, get the weather any time you need it.it.
weather channel on cable. weather.com online. >> al, thank you. one of the most popular athletes in the country caught up in an insider trading case. willie has been following this story for us. good morning. >> morning, guys. federal regulators say phil mickelson, one of golf's biggest stars over the last couple decades, earned $1 million off illegal stock tips. >> reporter: this morning, pro golfer phil mickelson is under fire. the three-time masters champion named in an insider trading lawsuit. the securities and exchange commission accusing the golfer of ill-gotten gains. the total, $931,000 from stock tips not available to the public. money the sec says mickelson used to pay off gambling debts. >> he is not charged with insider trading, and that is really key. the sec is saying in this case that while he did have ill-gotten gains, he didn't break any laws in terms of insider trading. >> reporter: an attorney for the
golf icon says he's returning the money. adding that mickelson takes, quote, full responsibility for the decisions and associations that led him to becoming part of this investigation. in its complaint, the sec says the stock tips were provided by billy walters, who from 2008 to 2012 learned of highly confidential information concerning the company dean foods. according to the sec, mickelson owed money to walters, one of two defendants in the case, and used the tips to help pay off his debts. >> there hasn't been fallout in terms of his sponsorships. two of the sponsors who have been with him a long time say they're accepting he's taking responsibility. >> reporter: mickelson is one of golf's most successful players, with a net worth of $180 million, and earning $48 million last year just from endorsements. >> he's still a fan favorite, and i don't think this is going to have a huge impact on his popularity among the fans. this finding in the lawsuit, i think it'll be a footnote in
mickelson's legacy, but it'll be far from the biggest thing we think about when we look at him as a golfer over his career. >> mickelson has 42 p garks wga his career. he's second on the winnings list behind tiger woods. this was a civil case brought by the sec. no charges of criminal wrongdoing against phil mickelson. >> thank you very much. coming up, kanye west sounds off on "ellen." his rant that left ellen speechless. behind the scenes look at the rise and fall of comeback of congressman anthony weiner. we'll talk to the people behind a candid documentary. first
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came to an early end. >> i'm announcing my resignation from congress. >> reporter: it was a big fall for a rising star in the party, complicated he was married to a long-time aide and confidant to hillary clinton. >> i made mistakes and let a lot of people down. >> reporter: looking for a way back into politics, weiner decided to run for new york city mayor. >> have a nice weekend. he'll try to raise it. >> wow. >> reporter: so along with his wife, they allowed documentary film makers to chronicle what he hoped would be his comeback. >> i did the dumb thing, but i did a lot of other things, too. the straightest lines to clean up the mess i'd made. >> reporter: the result, "weiner," a look at a failed campaign, where the candidate was forced once again to admit
he had been sectixting, even af leaving congress. >> was this the last one? can i say multiple people? or is it just one? >> i think you've got -- i mean, there was more than one. we have to answer the question. >> josh and elise are the filmmakers behind "weiner." good to see you both. >> morning. >> i imagine when you go to anthony weiner with the proposal to make this documentary, in the back of your mind thinking, he's never going to agree to this, is that fair? >> i met him working for him in congress. i was his chief of staff for a couple of years. after leaving politics, i moved into filmmaking. after he resigned from congress from his scandal, we had a conversation that went on over the course of a couple years. going back and forth about the possibility of making a document documentary. when he decided to run for mayor
of new york, we decided to film him. >> i think everyone comes away with the same reaction. how did you get this access, but why on earth would anthony weiner grant that kind of access, knowing what he knew about himself? any insight? >> it's a great question. as you can see in the film, it's a question that we actually pose to anthony. anthony does give us an answer at the end, when he wanted to be viewed as the full person he was and not a punch line. that was our intention. take someone who had been ridiculed and reduced and offer a more complex portrait. >> some people in other parts of the country might not remember, but when he decided to run for mayor, he was doing well, at first. then along come allegations of more sexting. >> reporter: you surprised he didn't say, cameras out of here? >> when he started in the race, no one knew what was going to happen. then he was at the top of the polls. then the new revelations from
his sexting emerge. as elise said, i think he understood there was a possibility of his version to be told that went beyond the tabloid headlines. when these new relations emerged, he recognized there was value in having another version of the story documented. >> were there ever times, elise or josh, when he said, let's have the cameras stop rolling? >> josh was filming for the majority of the campaign. >> there was a ground rule going in. if ever anyone wanted me to stop filming or turn off the camera, leave the room, of course we'd respect the boundaries. you can see a few of the moments in the film. >> huma abedin is a close personal aide to hillary clinton. there is a portion of the documentary where the staff of the mayoral campaign is getting ready to air their grievances against him. though she's been devastated by these, she says, make sure you smile on the way out.
what do we learn about her in that moment? >> just as anthony was reduced to a caricature and a punch line, so is she. in our film, you see a more nuanced and full look at her. she is a wife, a mother, person with a really important job. but her husband was running for mayor, and she was supporting him and participating in his campaign. she's a political professional herself. >> the film has gotten good reviews. i wonder about a review i'm sure matters to you. have anthony or huma seen it? >> we offered to show them, but they haven't wanted to see it. >> can't wait to hear how that goes. josh and elise, thank you very much. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> "weiner" is now in theaters. ahead, the new technology that could mean you'll never have to worry about your phone's battery r i had so many thoughts once i left the hospital after a dvt blood clot. what about my wife... ...what we're building together... ...and could this happen again?
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nbc 10 news starts now. good morning, i'm vai sikahema. just before 8:00.ç weatherwise we have a winner today. let's get our forecast from nbc 10 first alert meteorologist bill henley. bill? >> nice so far. look at the sunshine, that's philadelphia. at the shore, nothing but sunshine there other than a few clouds. sunshine will warm both locations into the 70s. right now, 56 degrees in philadelphia. still some cool spots but they're disappearing. may's landing is at 47 degrees. 60 already in atlantic city. vai? thank you, bill. let's get a check on traffic with jessica boyington. what are you seeing out there. >> we're seeing a little bit of a delay on to the roosevelt boulevard around fox street. headed southbound is where you see that delay. towards the schuylkill expressway. that's because there's an accident off of the ramp of box street. there's a delay and backup on to
the boulevard because of that. the stotesbury regatta is this weekend, kelly drive is closed between fountain green and strawberry mansion drive. it might not be a good time to use the schuylkill expressway as your alternate. you can also use mlk drive. the stotesbury regatta is the world's largest high school regatta. 5,000 competitors and their families, about 10,000 spectators expected for the event over the next two days. kelly drive is closed between strawberry mansion and fountain green until tomorrow. temple university will celebrate of life of its seventh president, peter liacouras. a memorial start is schedule for today. he was president of the college from 1982 to the year 2000. we'll have went update in 25 minutes. get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. send it back to the "today" show. i'm vai sikahema. have a great day. see you in a half hour.
♪ i love me it's 8:00 on "today". coming up, the secret to success. why spending a little extra time on your looks can pay off at work. surprising new study that sends very different messages to men and women at the office. ♪ are you ready for the country ♪ keeping it country. hank williams jr. and daughter holly open up about their family's country music dynasty, and how holly is taking on the family tradition. >> i knew she had it. i mean, her song writing was unbelievable. and look at her. she's exactly what you were doing. from country to hip hop. ♪ get back down ♪ get on up >> time to get on up for puff
daddy and the family. they officially launch our summer concert series with a reunion performance on the plaza. today, friday, may 20th, 2016. ♪ more money we come across ♪ the more problems we see >> we love you! ♪ call all the shots >> all the way from maryland to see puff daddy and the family. ♪ still be on top ♪ yo, i thought i told you we won't stop ♪ >> we came from michigan to see puff daddy. we are back now at 8:00 on a friday morning. it's the 20th day of may, 2016. you know what that means? >> what? >> we're kicking off our summer concert series. >> yes! >> happy to have them. >> puff daddy and the family
will be taking our stage in a few moments. great crowd. it's going to be a great summer. we are already adding to our lineup, by the way. >> that's right. we have great news. we can now tell you that steven tyler of aerosmith will be here june 24th. put that on your calendar. let's get a check of the top stories. hey, natalie. >> egyptian officials say search teams found debris possibly from missing egyptair flight 804. it vanished thursday during a flight from paris to cairo. bill neely is in cairo. good morning. >> good morning, natalie. it is a mystery with few clues, but an egyptian military commander tells nbc news they found debris from the plane. it's not confirmed. it could be from anything. right now, any leads are welcome. >> reporter: it's still a search and rescue operation. the search is intense, but rescue seems a long shot. no sign of life. no clear clues as to what made
flight 804 fall from the sky. it didn't just fall. it veered to the left, then spiralled more than 20,000 feet before plunging into the sea off egypt. one egyptian minister suggesting a bomb as the most likely cause. but u.s. intelligence officials now tell reuters a review of satellite imagery has shown no evidence of an explosion. nothing though is being ruled out. french investigators have arrived at cairo airport, where for relatives of those on board, it is an agonizing wait, here and in europe. richard osman was on the missing flight. >> i hope for the best, but i never would have expected this to happen. i never would expect to wake up to this. >> reporter: u.s. officials saying none of the plane's passengers was on a terror watch list. officials in paris are checking security at the airport from
where the plane left. at los angeles airport, security has been tightened in direct response to the disappearance of the plane. and the uncertainty. >> well, the debris the egyptians have spotted now has to be recovered and brought here to cairo airport to be analyzed. so far, there is no proof this was a bomb, and no claim from isis or any other terror group. this remains a tragedy without explanation. natalie? >> bill neely in cairo, thanks. the egyptair disaster has become an issue already in the u.s. presidential race. at a rally in new jersey thursday night, trump says if anyone thinks the plane wasn't blown out of the sky, they are 100% wrong. that remark aimed at hillary clinton, who slammed trump earlier for coming to the conclusion without hard evidence. clinton says it appears it was an act of terrorism. she says trump's proposed muslim
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that. >> sure. >> sociologists at the university of chicago did the research. guess what they singled out as the key factor? >> sucking up? >> worse. how good you look. >> uh-oh. >> apparently, attractiveness, while a factor for men and women, is impacted in a different way for each. women, it came down to how well-groomed you were. the more time women spent on their aappearance, the more mony they made. men got more money for being naturally good looking. >> huh. >> this is depressing, right? >> very. >> explains a lot. >> a lot of what's going on in our control room this morning. >> i know. exactly. you're looking at your cell phone. you see your battery and what you have remaining. what percentage do you get nervous? >> 10%. >> 30%. >> i'm like you, 30%. i think about where to plug it in.
a lot of people obsessed with keeping their phone battery charged. here's a true test of friendship. would you share your battery life with a friend? >> oh. >> scientists are working on technology to allow power sharing, meaning this, you could transfer battery life from your phone to someone else's and do it wirelessly. >> love it. >> technology could be crucial. how about this? the scientists say just 12 seconds of sharing charging gives someone else a smartphone user an extra minute of talk time. >> does it take the minute from the other person? >> probably. >> two minutes gives you enough to watch a four-minute video. would you give me two minutes of your battery time? >> i would, especially if you were desperate. >> thank you. >> let's be honest, if i had 20%, i don't know if i want to give it to you. >> case of emergency. if you need to call your child, i'd give it to you. if you needed to say hi to someone, i'd say no. >> i'd like to think i'd say
yes. >> if you were talking to her at the time. >> especially to watch more vail videos. tumbling is not an olympic sport but it should be. we know one gymnast who would dominate. this is angel. she's known as the queen of tumbling. you are about to see why. look at that. keeps going. >> come on! >> if you were taking notes at home, that was a back handspring, double back, three whips, back handspring and double pike. she makes it look effortless. >> she was on our show, i think. >> i can't even do a flip into our pool. >> neither can i. >> not back. >> how fast is she running? >> track star meets gymnast. incredible. >> and to not be dizzy after that. my gosh. let's find out why fans of kesha are cheering. and kanye's rant that is more a good cause.
>> first, kesha and the latest in her lawsuit against long-time producer dr. luke. kesha had been scheduled to per corm at the billboard awards. then the label cancelled the appearance, after kesha was accused of mentioning the suit. something she denied. then the label reversed itself, saying kesha can perform on one condition. she not say anything about the lawsuit. kesha has agreed. next to kanye west. he rarely shows up on daytime tv. fans were intrigued when he turned up on thursday on "ellen"'s show. kanye launched into an impassioned and lengthy kanye speech on his desire to do good. >> i feel that if i had more resources, i could help more people. i have ideas that can make the human race existence, within our hundred years, better.
period. [ bleep ] the paparazzi, whatever perception you have of me. starting with the truth, starting with what everyone is thinking. start there, put some [ bleep ] with it. >> ellen's face is the best. >> her face. the gifs of kanye. you have to see it online. kanye took over the show. ellen let him go on for several minutes without interrupting. they have a friendship of sorts. there was at least one time kanye kept mum. ellen asked if he wants more children. we rarely say kanye simply said, but a one-word answer, maybe. gwen stefani is preparing for an upcoming tour. she's being overshadowed by an adorable young star.
who is it? her 2-year-old son, apollo. ♪ >> this is like an ongoing series. >> this is the latest installment of celebrities putting their children on social media. showing they're just like the rest of the parents out there. ♪ old macdonald had a farm ♪ e-i-e-i-o >> old macdonald was good. >> vail sings bob marley. >> i love you're bringing up vail all the time. my favorite subject. >> matt, say what you were thinking. >> you weren't impressed? >> i have a video brushing teeth. incredible. >> i have a video of vail weighing her diaper. >> i'll put it in pop star next week. >> thank you. mr. roker, do you have the weather? >> we're looking at a lot of wet weather making its way up
through the gulf coast and all the way into chicago. we've also got some mountain snows in northern california as we watch this. afternoon temperatures, we're going to see 80s and 90s through the gulf coast. 90s in the southwest. temperatures trying to get back to normal here in the northeast, with the 70s. all in all, not a bad day, with wet weather making its way from the mid-atlantic states to the gulf coast and mid mississippi river valley. more wet weather also in the pacific northwest. sunshine through the southwest. taking a look at the preakness. it'll be raining most of the day friday night into saturday. by race time, it should be dry, but how can a mother be a father, abbott? looking at baltimore. showers are likely. begins 5:00 p.m. right there on nbc. hey, abbott!
. good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a cool start but it won't last. look at the temperatures. upper 70s for philadelphia the suburbs the lehigh valley will warm to 78 degrees in bethlehem. to the south a nice warm up for new jersey and wildwood too even at the shore temperatures will be climbing into the lower 70s. wilmington 76 degrees this afternoon. enjoy the sunshine today because rain moves in on saturday. some heavy rain in the afternoon and still a chance of some showers but a bit warmer on sunday. have a great day. >> you can catch the 141st running of the preakness stakes tomorrow at 5:00 p.m. eastern here on nbc. by the way, angel was on the 9:00 hour. broke a record on the plaza. >> tumbler. thank you, al. family business this morning. the first family of country music. jenna bush hager is here with that. nice to see you. >> hi, guys. good morning. the williams family is a country music dynasty, spanning three generations.
hank williams jr., son of the legendary hank williams, is a five-time country music entertainer of the year. now his daughter holly is carrying on the family tradition. ♪ do you want to party >> reporter: hank williams jr. is the father of country's rowdiest music. ♪ all my rowdiest friends are coming over tonight ♪ >> you're known as one of the original country hell raisers. >> what? >> did you know that? >> it's shocking. >> really? >> is it true? >> i wasn't around then as much, but of course it's true. i will never forget a security guard saying to me, your dad's show was wilder than guns n roses. there was more naked people, more unruly things going on. >> what? >> did you say naked people? that's shocking. >> are you shocked? >> nashville, tennessee. that couldn't happen there. it's not country. ♪ why do you drink >> reporter: his wild country
style has sold 70 million albums worldwide. ♪ are you ready for the country ♪ >> reporter: his latest record, "it's about time," is hank's highest album debut of his career. ♪ get ready for me ♪ i'll be on the highway >> reporter: hailing from country music royalty, it seemed only natural his daughter, holly williams, would join the family business. >> it seems like music is in your blood. do you feel that way, holly? >> yeah. i mean, of course, you know, it's been in our family and in the blood. from when i was a little girl, i had holly's song folders and was always writing. i never thought about it, to take it seriously. when i left high school, my mom would always say, you better learn to say, would you like fries with that if you don't go to college. >> do you remember the conversation with holly, when she said she wanted to play music? >> i knew she had it. her song writing was
unbelievable. and look at her, she's exactly what you were doing. ♪ i love it till i die >> you're proud of her? >> ah, yeah. >> reporter: song writing is something hank jr. and holly say they got from his daddy and her grandpa, the legendary hank williams sr. >> he said, if a song can't be written in two minutes, it's not worth writing. >> he was so right about that. when they just flow and come from here, and just flow -- >> they're the best ones. >> oh, yeah. >> reporter: hank sr., the original country music star, died tragically at 29. hank jr. was only 3 years old. he has only a few memories of his dad, but does remember his larger than life legacy. >> his shoes were pretty big. >> reporter: after spending his childhood singing his daddy's songs, in his 20s, he launched his own musical identity.
loathed by some. loved by many. >> how has your dad inspired you? >> he kept doing his own thing. he said, i plugged in the guitar and people left. >> absolutely. >> it would be easy to crumble because people wanted him to sound like hank and look like hank. the career he built for himself on authenticity and not caving into anyone's request. >> reporter: hank williams jr. is embracing a new, less rowdy role. >> what is he like as a grandfath grandfather? >> great. >> reporter: before i left hank and holly to enjoy family time, i had a special request. >> you know what song i think you wrote for me? >> what's that? >> the one about the texas girls. >> texas women. >> oh, yes. ♪ best looking women that i've ever seen ♪ ♪ all been in texas and all wearing jeans ♪ ♪ i drive a pickup truck, crust
in god and luck ♪ ♪ love texas women >> thank you for that. that made my day. that made my day. >> and you can catch hank wi williams jr. on tour this summer. his new album is out now. and holly gave birth to a baby girl, who joined her big sister. of course, they're all family names. >> did i notice you rocking a little bit to that song? >> is that what you call it? >> i call it the one foot, two step. >> i call it the mama shuffle. mom dancing. >> make you work. jenna, thank you very much. let's head outside to tamron. >> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> savannah, thank you.
now to another music icon. puff daddy is a jack of all trades. one of the most recognizable names in all entertainment. ahead, he'll launch our summer concert series in a big way. first, a little about the man behind the music. ♪ wanna be ballers >> reporter: whether you call him buff daddy or sean "diddy" combs, he's a man of many talents. he is considered a modern-day renaissance man that built an umpire thu empire that reaches beyond music. >> puff daddy sold 40 million albums, won three grammys and shepherded the careers of superstars like notorious b b.i.g., faith evans.
>> reporter: they helped create hip hop as we know it. this summer, the family is reuniting for a history-making tour across the u.s. with the first stop here on "today". ♪ bad, bad, bad, bad boy >> reporter: with this, "bad boy" at the helm, it'll be a non-stop year for puff daddy on top. ♪ ten years from now, we'll still be on top ♪ ♪ i thought i told you that we won't stop ♪ >> the stage is set, the fans are ready. puff daddy and the family are here. you know we want come! a live concert after your local news and weather! [ applause ]
good morning. i'm vai sikahema. going to be a nice friday. let's get our forecast far nbc 10 first alert meteorologist bill henley. >> a big warm up. sunshine, already 60 degrees in philadelphia and sunny skies in delaware, to 58 and climbing. near 70 at 11:00 and into the 70s at 2:00 this afternoon. in fact each location will warm into the 70s, upper 70 for philadelphia and well into the 70s for new jersey, shore cooler at 71 degrees. rain holds off until tomorrow. maybe normal back up or maybe something more than that. >> big delays on the schuylkill just typical morning delay even for this friday morning.
big delays heerp. right around the boulevard. our drive times are slow. this is into center city, 28 minutes eastbound from blue route to vine street expressway. an accident in upper moreland on davisville road and east county line road. today wildlife officials in new castle county will be onto look out for bear sightings. a worker took this video. he spot this bear along pomeroy train. today is bike to work day fichbl. hundreds of people are expected to participate at city hall this morning. bicycle advocates will presents awards to two businesses that made pedaling a priority. i'm vai sikahema. we'll have another update four at the top of the hour. you can always get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. we'll see you in a half hour.
8:30 now. it's friday morning, may 20th. the citi concert series is about to get underway for the summer. puff daddy and the family just moments away, about to take the stage. >> one of those commercials, but wait, there's more. we're talking lil kim, 112. >> it's the family. >> love it. 12k3 >> we want to see your fan photos. #puff daddy today. it could end up on our citi fan cam. >> before we get to the music, one last check of the weather. >> let's show you what we have going on as far as your weekend weather is concerned.
plenty of showers and thunderstorms making its way through the southeast. also, wet weather in the pacific northwest tomorrow. going to be a mess here in the northeast. as we look at sunday, sunday, more rain in the northeast and new england. rain in texas. wet good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a cool start but it won't last. look at the temperatures. upper 70s for philadelphia the suburbs the lehigh valley will warm to 78 degrees in bethlehem. to the south a nice warm up for new jersey and wildwood too even at the shore temperatures will be climbing into the lower 70s. wilmington 76 degrees this afternoon. enjoy the sunshine today because rain moves in on saturday. some heavy rain in the afternoon and still a chance of some showers but a bit warmer on sunday. have a great day. >> that's your latest weather. i think -- i don't think whink
>> announcer: the citi con sece series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. all right. welcome back, everyone. it is time to get this citi concert series for the summer underway. this morning, we're all members of the bad boy family. ladies and gentlemen, puff daddy featuring mase and 112. here we go!
wants you to be happy and free. ♪ ♪ where you from ♪ where you headed ♪ what you doing, feeling that ♪ get that up, open your mind ♪ keep your distance unless you wanna get with this ♪ ♪ me and the renegade, black grenade, blowing up mines, diamond's blue ♪ ♪ chop it like sumo ♪ no park brake but in neutral
♪ feel it getting loose ♪ feel it getting loose ♪ get back down ♪ get on up, get on up ♪ this is what, truth feels like, so uncut ♪ ♪ me rocking ♪ white chick, long hair, with a black man, yeah ♪ ♪ don't do that ♪ drink to mask, don't do that ♪ feel it getting loose ♪ feel it getting loose ♪ feel it getting loose
♪ every step i take back on a friday morning. puff daddy has more number one albums. ten number one hits. collectively with the bad boy family, they've sold about 400 million albums. >> and counting. this morning, he's brought them all to the plaza to brought off the summer citi concert series and his family reunion tour. sean "diddy" combs and the family, good morning. >> morning, new york. >> that is one of the most epic
opening numbers we've ever had for a summer opening concert series. well done. >> thank you very much. >> does it feel like a family reunion? >> definitely. we wouldn't be who we are today if we weren't together. it's about unity. it's about also launching our tour. coming to a city near you. tick itets on sale now. >> we're talking about 20 years that this all started ago. when you hear songs now, perform them, do they mean something different to you? >> yes. every time i perform a song, you know, we all went through a special transformation of being more in touch with god and what we're saying and projecting. every song, our words move more. >> well, you haven't missed a step in 20 years. if you're aging, no one here can tell. >> thank you very much. god is good. >> you guys ready to go again? >> yes, yes. thank you. i want to thank the "today"
show, you guys, for having us. >> thank you, guys, for coming. it's great. ladies and gentlemen, puff daddy and the family. ♪ coming up home, coming home ♪ tell the world i'm coming home ♪ ♪ let the rain wash away all the pain of yesterday ♪ ♪ i know my kingdom awaits and they've forgiven my mistakes ♪ ♪ i'm coming home, i'm coming home ♪ ♪ tell the world that i'm coming ♪ >> have you ever lost somebody? think about them right now. number one in the air if you ever loved somebody in life.
b.i.g. ♪ life ain't always going to be here ♪ ♪ i can feel your dreams ♪ in the future, can't wait to see ♪ ♪ open up the gates for me ♪ remember the time, try to black it out but it plays again ♪ ♪ when it's real, feelings hard to conceal ♪ ♪ can't imagine all the pain i feel ♪ ♪ ♪ i know you're still living your life ♪ ♪ every step i take, every move i make ♪ ♪ every single day, every time i pray ♪ ♪ i'll be missing you >> god is so good. i give glory to god. yes, thank you. ♪ every step i take
♪ i'll be missing you ♪ kind of hard when you're not around ♪ ♪ you're in heaven ♪ every day, we pray for you ♪ till the day we meet again ♪ in my heart is where i miss you, friend ♪ ♪ giving me strength for each step ♪ ♪ wish i could turn back the hands of time ♪ ♪ still can't believe you're gone ♪ ♪ still living your life, every step i take ♪ ♪ every step i take, every move i make ♪ ♪ every single day, every time i pray ♪ ♪ i'll be missing you >> big b.i.g., i think about you
every second of every day. ♪ every step i take, when you went away ♪ >> if you lost a soloved one, we your hand. ♪ what a life to take, what a bond to break ♪ ♪ i'll be missing you ♪ when this life is over, i know i'll see your face ♪ >> till we meet again, man. put your hands together. ♪ till we meet again inside. >> love you so much, b.i.g. we love you. ♪ may the lord be with you till we meet again ♪ [ applause ]
one of the best mornings we've ever had on our summer concert series. >> by the way, two sold out shows this weekend at the barclay center. puff daddy and the family are going on tour. tickets on sale around the country. starts in august. >> we thank them for getting up good morning. i'm vai sikahema. it's just before 9:00 a.m. on a day that's a great start to the weekend. let's get our forecast from nbc 10 first alert meteorologist bill henley. >> if you include friday in the weekend this is the nicest day of the weekend. look at the sunshine. looking up at the schuylkill, boats are on the river for the stotesbury regatta.
temperatures with sunshine are starting to move up. 65 degrees, 62 now in park side. warming into 70s thz afternoon. closer to 80 in philadelphia today. let's get a check on the roads with going. >> well we're watching 95 just a little bit slow out there. pretty light friday morning right now after we got through the main part of the rush hour. this is by girard avenue. a tad slow. about 20 minutes. also we're talking about that stotesbury regatta. kelly drive is closed to strawberry mansion road. you can use mlk drive as an alternative. >> counselors will be at school to help with the shooting death of another classmate. someone gunned down a ninth grader yesterday. three students are charged in
amy's death. happening today temple university will celebrate the life of its seventh president. public memorial begins at 10:00 a.m. he passed away last week at the age of 85. i'm vai sikahema. we'll have another update four coming up in 25 minutes. you can always get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. now back to the "today" show. have a great day. see you in a half hour.
this morning on "today's take," puff daddy and the family taking over our plaza. kicking off our summer concert series. then get ready to be blown away with two masters of illusi illusion. how would you like to spend the night in the city of lights? how you could sleep inside the eiffel tower. coming up right now. >> announcer: from nbc ne, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. wow, what a concert we kicked off. >> we are recovering. it was a dance par ty for a whoe half hour. >> welcome to "today" on a friday, may 20th. willie is on assignment.
tamron has a special guest. >> mase is in the house. this is how i roll. i'm officially a new yorker. when you roll up out of the bk, this is what you come with. mase, you made hip hop history on the "today" show today. >> yes. >> what did it feel like? >> number one all around the world. >> this is my dream, to come on the show. >> what? >> yeah. >> what did you feel when you saw al roker out there, mo money, mo problems. >> we know him as big al, but he's looking good. >> i had that jacket in the '70s. >> i love it. >> he did. >> gucci in the '70s? >> well, it was close. >> listen, you guys were trending, as natalie mentioned. puff addy is still performing. i refused to do this hour until somebody dragged me, and it was you. how is it to have the family back together?
>> we haven't seen each other in 20 years. >> wow, really? >> about 18, to be exact. >> now you'll be touring across the country. you open tonight at the barclay. you sold out in seven minutes. >> yeah. >> two shows. >> unbelievable. >> and you're touring the country, live nation. people can get tickets. to see your family on stage. >> yeah, man. haven't seen them in so long. it was amazing. everybody got families and different things. seeing them again, see who still got the steps and who don't is amazing. >> did sean call you and say, i want to do this reunion thing, let's make it happen? >> he said, let's hang out. he smoothed me into it. >> backed you? >> then he said, we need to hang out more. then he's like, what do you think of going on a tour? >> hang out on tour. fantastic. >> the audience giving love to b.i.g. was it emotional for you, too? >> yeah, new york is a star's place to perform. you get love in new york.
>> a lot of love here in new york. >> thank you, guys. pick me up after the show. see y'all later. >> are you going to the concert? >> unfortunately, i have to travel. puff and the family said i could come to a couple of other shows. i'm going to take my vacation time. i'm going to be a roadie. >> thank you, guys. >> amazing. >> thanks so much. >> amazing. >> i'll take that t-shirt in a small. >> that was fun. >> thank you, mase. >> wow. >> how about -- bye, guys. >> you don't see this on other morning shows. >> you roll up with a posse, led by me. >> i'm still in recovery. >> amazing. >> some of the best dancing, most fun. >> did you see hoda when busta rhymes ran out? i thought she was going to fall over. >> yeah. >> when he came over to dance with us. oh, my gosh.
>> so amazing. >> that was great. >> the best. >> such a performer. unbelievable. >> and the thing about him, he's brilliant, a great actor, fla philanthropist. what he gives back to new york is amazing. >> and a businessman. you can catch him in paris. >> adam, here's the plan because they're trying to get me to do the roller coaster. if puffy performs in paris, i'll get on the roller coaster twice. >> which one? >> the joker in new jersey. >> you know where you can spend the night? >> in the hospital? >> no, the eiffel tower. >> home away will choose four winners to stay in the eiffel tower. it's a pop-up apartment, one night this summer. you can bring five guests. include us. enter at home away.com. answer the question, what would you do if the eiffel tower
apartment was all yours for the night? >> that was an evil laugh. >> mind wanders. what would you do camping out on the eiffel tower? >> you know what you would do. >> the most romantic place in the world. you have to be romantic. >> and a fantastic restaurant downstairs. >> i wouldn't be thinking about food. i'd be like, cuddling, looking at the sky. >> you have to eat at some point. >> what else you got? >> at some point. >> what would you do? >> i would enjoy a great meal, and i would enjoy the view. >> this is a great idea. i would love to camp out. can you imagine? they should do this other -- >> night out at the museum, which i did with -- >> you did that. >> yeah. when the movie first came out, they had a -- we saw the movie in the museum, the museum of natural history, then spent the night in the museum. that floor is hard. >> is it? you can't take a sleeping bag?
>> you had a bag, but it's still hard. >> did the mummies come to life? >> i wish they had. that would have distracted from the hard floor. >> i think i'd be so excited, i wouldn't be able to sleep. i'd want to look at everything. it's dark, things coming alive. >> it was cool. something you might do when you're 25. >> which is another great segway. he's king of the segway. >> i didn't pick up on the other one. i was like, paris? >> i was trying. would you want to be 25 again? where were you at 25? did you love life at 25, tamron? >> i loved life at 25. i did. i really did. >> you'd go back? >> the only thing, and this is because we have ton hhonest on show, i would have had a child. at least start td process. >> early. >> started the eiffel tower. >> i was already in my first job, out of college. i was already in my first adult life, you know, version of it. what about you, al? >> i was working and happy. the only thing i'd do differently is lose weight. other than that --
>> i did not love my 20s. >> really? >> they were a struggle. trying to find your place. >> right. >> living in not so great apartments and not knowing where i was going in life. but i do love the 40s. the reason we ask is there is a survey. 62% of the people would not want to be 25 again. a lot of people identify with the struggle and not knowing what you're doing. 71% say they were happiest after turning 40. i agree. i think your 40s are where you find yourself. you're comfortable in life. you know where you're going. usually by then, your life goals have somewhat fallen into place a little bit. >> i'm over 60, and i don't know my goals. >> even now in my 40s, a lot of answers i thought would be available are not. we still have a level of uncertainty. you say a bad apartment? well, you might have a house but now you have mortgage worries. the money problems never go away. the children. the problems get bigger. when you're 25, you're like,
maybe i can borrow the $1,000 rent. >> perhaps the joy and the -- for example, being able to see something like that outside, the puff daddy and the family. >> saw it in my 20s. >> don't you appreciate it more now? >> i don't know. that's a good question. i'm like in therapy. >> if you take everything on the whole, you're happier now than you were at 25? >> i think i'm equally happy. perspective wise, there's always uncertainty. yes, the 20s were a struggle, but it's not like i'm walking on gold in the 40s. i don't know. it's a good question. >> if you could go back to your 25-year-old body, i'd take that. >> no, not me. >> me either. i don't know if i like mine. > do you think you'd be happy if you were 5 or 6 years old and could drive a mini tesla? >> yes. >> we have the first test drive of a cool new battery-run car for kids. >> amazing. >> this is the tesla model s for
kids. this is young walker. >> walker, you are living my dream right now. >> look at him. >> does he have a license? >> these are made by radio flyer, right? >> preorder at tesla.radio flyer.com. >> you'll get it sooner than the real tesla. >> you can customize it, choose the color, the license plate. $. may and june shipments already sold out. designed for kids ages 3 to 8. >> how much? >> $499. >> $499. >> that's right. >> i asked if i could try it, but they are strict with the, you have to be under 80 pounds. >> listen to that horn. very good. >> one time he smiled. >> cool. >> it's not a plug-in? >> well, it's got a battery. >> you like it, thumbs up? >> all right, dude. way to go. very nice. >> all the girls will be chasing after you driving that car around.
>> my, golly. dark natalie over there. >> he's like, what? >> pushing him already. we have been dealing with severe storms, and they continue to roll across the panhandle of florida. there's more back through mississippi and louisiana. we're watching this. it is going to develop during the day tonight, on into tomorrow night. flash flooding, strong storms, especially in the florida panhandle this morning into tonight. for tomorrow, on into the weekend, this costal low develops. moves up the coast. it's going to be a washout. it's not going to be pleasant. whoa! man, you were getting up some speed there, bud. i like it. we're watching this system. on sunday, it moves up into new england. finally away from shore for next week. rainfall amounts going to be looking like anywhere from 1 to 3 inches from florida all the way up the mid-atlantic and on into the northeast. want to drive on through, walker? come on. there you go. that's what's ing on around go good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a cool start but it won't last.
look at the temperatures. upper 70s for philadelphia the suburbs the lehigh valley will warm to 78 degrees in bethlehem. to the south a nice warm up for new jersey and wildwood too even at the shore temperatures will be climbing into the lower 70s. wilmington 76 degrees this afternoon. enjoy the sunshine today because rain moves in on saturday. some heavy rain in the afternoon and still a chance of some showers but a bit warmer on sunday. have a great day. >> that is your latest weather. are you ready to have your minds blown? >> completely. >> after our concert, we're also talking about masters of illusion. you won't believe what you're about to see. right after these in a good, clean salad, every ingredient is the main ingredient. whether it's big... or small. first to go. or best for last. sweet. or not so sweet.
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i'd be on the show that i watched since i was really little. >> bill, you're known for interactive stuff. what do you have for us? >> i want you to hold this, al. just don't move. it's not you. it's who is inside i'm telling not to move. it's my friend. i'll show you. come on. he's nice. w0u would you like to see him? >> sure. >> he's in front of me. i'll show you. right? back in. it's okay. you're fine. >> very cool. >> wow. what does he eat? >> invisible food. >> you don't want to know. >> see what comes out, too. that's invisible, too. >> amazing. greg, you have something for us. it's a little bigger, i'm guessing.
♪ >> ow, that hurts. ♪ >> wow. [ applause ] >> incredible. amazing. well done. >> i got the name of a great chiropractor. pretty impressive. >> thank you very much. >> so fun. enjoy, guys. >> my gosh. >> the new season of "masters of ill illusion" is tonight on the cw. up next, olivia opens up about how she lost 12 pounds.
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mid-morning roads out, there how they are looking. jessica boyington gives us an idea of what it looks like. >> a lot of our majors are starting to clear out friday and typically on friday we're seeing less volume than normal. there's an accidents on montgomery and westchester road. we're watching the stotesbury regatta. it's closing kelly drive. the schuylkill expressway heading westbound might be a bit of a good alternate four eastbound clearly into center city not doing great but you can also take mlk drive. >> the stotesbury regatta is underway. the world's largest high school regatta. 5,000 competitors and 10,000 spectators. they are expected for the event over the next two days. wildlife officials are on the look out after the latest bear sightings in new castle county. i'm vai sikahema. we'll have another update four in 25 minutes.
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had any missed payments. summer swimming season is almost here. dirty water warning. last year, 1 in 8 inspections of public pools and water playgrounds resulted in immediate closures because of serious violations. the worst were kiddy and wading pools. 20% were closed because of potty training accidents. with adults, it's called being lazy. let's get a check of the weather from al. >> thank you so much, natalie. as we look and show you what's going to be happening at the preakness tomorrow, it's going to be a messy track. we've got a lot of rain coming down. there may be a chance of a shower or two for the 141st running of the preakness. coverage begins on nbc at 5:00 p.m. showers likely. temperature, 57 degrees. weekend outlook, you can see, we've got wet weather in the mid-atlantic states. also in the pacific northwest. slight risk of strong storms, texas to oklahoma. sunday, sunday, rain continues in the northeast.
new england, strong storms risk exnds from texas to the te good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a cool start but it won't last. look at the temperatures. upper 70s for philadelphia the suburbs the lehigh valley will warm to 78 degrees in bethlehem. to the south a nice warm up for new jersey and wildwood too even at the shore temperatures will be climbing into the lower 70s. wilmington 76 degrees this afternoon. enjoy the sunshine today because rain moves in on saturday. some heavy rain in the afternoon and still a chance of some showers but a bit warmer on sunday. have a great day. >> that is your latest weather. he's a super actor famous for playing superheroes, including superman in 2006's blockbuster "superman returns." now brandon routh is back in the d.c. comics nun vers s universe in "legends of tomorrow."
>> he plays atom, a genius capable of shrinking down to subatomic size. in the finale, it's revealed he'll be forming a new partnership. >> maybe you're right. maybe you wanted this. >> what are you doing with your hands? >> maybe you want to be partners? >> think i'm going to be sick. >> start new. i keep an eye out for you, and you keep an eye out for me. >> while doing what? >> we haven't finished. >> brandon routh, welcome. >> thank you. >> so the justice society of america. >> yeah. >> which is a kind of precursor to the justice league. >> indeed. >> i know too much about it. >> probably know more than i did. >> what was that like? i mean, knowing that you're the beginning of something that big? >> it's really cool. we built all this first season going after vandal savage. it's nice to be on a new mission
and have our futures open for the first time ever, which is the journey of the fate versus destiny, all these things. now, we found out something we don't know, that rip hunter, our leader, doesn't know, the time master, not quite but he's the leader. we sent somebody back into the future to come get us, and we're not aware of it. mind boggling. >> it is. crazy universe on the cw. >> what i love about your character, you're known, atom, shrinks down to mini size. what you had it as a superpower, what would you do? >> i'd like to see what people think about me. >> you'd hide? >> a fly on the wall in some, you know, production meeting maybe. >> see what's going to happen to your character? >> yeah. >> see what people say about you. >> you know. >> sneaking in there. flashback friday. you know what that means?
>> yeah, we flashback. you show embarrassing things. >> roll the tape. >> uh-oh. >> is there a problem? >> yeah. >> see the idiots over there? they're 16, under age, and i bet you're not. i also bet those fancy party cups aren't holding lemonade. do you want to end any further conversation with me? step aside. >> "gilmore girls." >> that's me doing my best bad boy impression. because i'm far from it. i got the role, anyway. >> you were good. >> one of the great things about doing cool stuff is for your kids. you have a 3-year-old son. is he into superhero dad at this point? >> yeah. i mean, i don't think he gets the broader scope of what it means, dad is superman, but i have cool toys s he plays with. he runs around as flash, as well. watches "teen titans" a little bit. he makes us pretend, too. my wife sometimes might be the green goblin. i'm robin. he's cyborg.
we're on a mission. he's always dictating, directing us. >> costume changes at home. >> he loves creative play. >> cute. >> you're on the cw. now, "supergirl" is moving to cw on monday. >> yeah. >> you appeared on the "flash, i ," been on "green erroar arrow, "legends of tomorrow" and now "supergirl." >> we're achieving greatness in television. it's a treat for fans who have been waiting for this. and for me, to work with talented people doing awesome, exciting things, and all these new shows. it's a new day, every day i go to work. >> you can tell that al is a super hero geek out. >> love it. >> sorry. >> he's our expert. >> he'll become the atom. you don't understand. brandon, thank you so much. >> thank you. coming up next, tens of thousands of fans flocking to recipes on youtube. social media star janay showing
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tamron and natalie are already loving it. >> amazing. you wouldn't know there's no crab in there. >> right? >> how do we create this? >> we're using chick peas to replicate the texture. and we're using a seasoning. >> love it. >> we have canned chick peas. hearts of palm. >> also canned? >> yes. chop them up a bit. jalapeno pepper. you can put a lid on it and pulse it a few times. make sure you keep the texture. you don't want a hummus. >> you get something like this? >> here, you can add our panko. you know what this is? >> mayonnaise. >> vegan mayonnaise. add that in there. >> didn't know they made that. >> even hellman's is making it. >> they are now, yeah. this is plum vinegar for a nice
tang. mustard in there. mix that up and get it combined. after that, you can basically make it into these crab cakes. put these around it. no meat at all in here. then we're going to spread them on each side. more panko. it has a nice, crispiness to it. >> then we're going to pan fry these? >> nothing to hold it together. >> right. >> impressive. >> we have our oil warm. add this right into it. >> how long on each side? >> about three minutes on each side. >> now you have a terrific sauce. >> i know, exactly. >> sauce is incredible. >> so good. >> perfection. >> we're going to use the vegan mayo. red pepper, roasted. nice flavor. some dill, i love dill. especially for, like, seafood. then we have a red wine vinegar in here. >> "seafood," you know. >> black pepper. put your lid on there and blend it. got it?
nice. >> like that, boom. >> end with something nice and creamy like this. >> beautiful. >> serve it up. >> top your crab cake with the beautiful sauce. >> if all vegan tasted like this, i'd become vegan. the texture is like crab cakes. >> very healthy. >> thank you so much. shout out to our "today" food club member. andrea letard. head to "today".com/food. up next, all about the be benjamins. performance from puff daddy and the family after these messages. s heaven in a jar. that's because our ingredients come from places like... pleasantville, iowa! and farmers committed to responsibly sourced oils... blended with ingredients like cage-free eggs. we're talkin' real ingredients. for three generations. mm. heaven.
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good morning. i'm vai sikahema. it's just about 10:00. this is the kind of day where it's great to be a weatherman. let's get to our forecast and nbc 10 first alert meteorologist bill henley. >> nobody gives me a hassle on a day like today. temperatures are warming up. 70 degrees now in delaware. wilmington. frauly stadium just a little bit of a breeze out of the north at miles per hour. we'll be in the 70s this
afternoon. the winds will stay light. sunshine bright today. enjoy it today because rain moving in for tomorrow something you could see with the seven day forecast at the bottom of the screen. >> hopefully no oh, ohs out on the road. >> never a good die be a traffic girl. you can see some delays headed westbound. that's approaching an accident scene over into the shoulder. a little bit of a delay through center city. we're watching an accident on west ridge pike and swamp pike. >> happening today temple university will celebrate the life of its seventh president. the public memorial begins at 11:00 a.m. at the temple performing arts center. he passed away last week at the age of 85. happening today valley forge military college will hold its commencement exercises. pennsylvania lieutenant governor will speak to the graduates 101 of them. i'm vai sikahema. we'll have another update four
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