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a dreary memorial day is ahead. >> all right. thanks for that, bill. you can always get up to the minute information on our nbc 10 app. good morning. holiday washout. rain from georgia to maine, as bonnie makes its slow march up the east coast. while in texas, historic flooding leads to at least six deaths and triggers more evacuations overnight. late addition? a leading conservative suggests an impressive new candidate will soon enter the presidential race. this morning, trump's heated response. while on the democratic side, bernie sanders dismisses new calls to step aside and says he's in it till the end. growing outrage. protests at the cincinnati zoo, where a gorilla was shot and killed after a 3-year-old boy fell into the animal's exhibit. the zoo's director defending the
use of lethal force. >> made a tough choice, and they made the right choice. >> this morning, what the boy's family is saying about the incident. and in perfect harmony. pop super group fifth harmony has the number one hits in the country, and they're ready to go to work for a live holiday concert on our plaza. today, monday, may 30th, 2016. ♪ work, work, work >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on this memorial daymond mo monday morn. i'm tamron hall. >> and i'm carson daly. savannah and matt have the day off. >> rain nor shine are stopping anybody, including the servicemen and women. thank you, a debt of gratitude
for their service of this country. >> not rain, not hail, not snow is going to stop the harmonizers from coming out on the plaza. the hottest girl group on the plaza that we're excited to have today. weather is threatening cookouts across a large portion of the country. janet shamlian is in myrtle beach, california, dealing with tropical storm bonnie. >> bonnie has become a holiday spoiler not because of her intensity, but because she's moved so slow. the rains flooded interstates. bumper to bumper traffic for -- get this -- 22 miles. because of the concern for rough water and rip currents on some beaches, people were allowed only up to their knees. >> reporter: memorial day washout for millions of americans. bonnie making its way up the east coast, hitting the carolinas the hardest with rains
and flooding. interstate 95 submerged, south of charleston. authorities shut it down after too many drivers tried to go through it. flood waters submerged homes. in myrtle beach, some rip currents had vacationers concerned to go in the water. >> i get nervous when my kids get further than their knees. >> reporter: rescuers are still searching for a 21-year-old man who went missing in north carolina late saturday after swimming in rough water. in texas, it was another round of flash flooding. several communities calling mandatory evacuations. >> we knew it was coming, but at the same time, i mean, you don't prepare for something like this, to pack up your whole house. >> reporter: among the deaths in texas, a national guardsman, who posted this haunting image on facebook, as flood waters overcame his truck. writing, all i wanted to do was go home. in houston, the river is filling over its banks.
more than 2,000 inmates from several prisons moved to higher ground. an astronaut tweeting what the texas rivers looked like from the air. >> and the death toll in texas is now up to six, as some rivers are still over their banks. back here in myrtle beach, it looks like it's going to be a beautiful day on the beach. but there is still the concern up and down the coast here, north carolina, south carolina, about the possible impact of those rip currents. tamron and carson, back to you. >> thank you very much, janet. severe weather is far from over. dylan is in for al. what with we expect today? >> there's so much going on. we're going to start with a tropical depression now. these are the remnants of bonnie. it's going to continue to move up the coast. as it does, we have the moisture streaming in off the atlantic here. we're going to continue to see pockets of heavier rain this morning. a cold front will slide this all to the east. we'll see improvements later
this afternoon. then as you get daytime heating and an approaching cold front, we're going to see pop-up showers and storms. rain this morning, then a break, then more storms developing later on today, as this cold front continues to move. tuesday, this will push most of the rain through the carolinas. spotty showers and storms but enough to produce two to three inches of rain. in the new york area, we could see an inch of rain. most is already on the ground. parts of texas, where we are going to see another round of storms develop this week. today's main focus is going to be across the northern plains. the cold front combining with the warm, humid air mass will trigger storms today across the northern plains. stormy down through texas. today, we're looking at the best chance of storms through north dakota and nebraska, where we could see large hail as the biggest threat. >> ruin some barbecues today. >> dylan, thank you very much. to the presidential race now. donald trump is making headlines over controversial comments at an annual event for veterans in washington, d.c. while a top supporter of hillary
clinton is calling on bernie sanders to end his white house run. kristen welker is in new york. good morning. >> good morning to you. weather permitting, hillary clinton is expected to march in the annual memorial day parade, where she has a home. donald trump is off the campaign trail, but he spent part of the holiday weekend courting veterans. all this as speculation swirls about a possible third-party candidate entering the race. >> reporter: donald trump rolled into the annual rolling thunder event, honoring prisoners of war. >> look, memorial day, so important. it's our day, and we have to be very proud of it. we are very proud of it. >> reporter: trump, who did not serve in the military, arguing he'd be better for veterans than hillary clinton. making this claim about undocumented immigrants. >> legal immigrants are taken
much better care by this country. taken care of than the veterans. >> reporter: the reality, congress and many states have enacted laws aimed at restricting government services to those living in the country illegally. trump raising eyebrows by drawing a contrast to the 1963 march on washington. >> i'll tell you what amazes me. i thought this would be like dr. martin luther king, where the people would be lined up from here all the way to the washington monument, right? >> reporter: this morning, could a third-party candidate will set to join the race? conservative commentator bill kristol dropping this hint. there will be an impressive, independent candidate with a strong team and a real chance. trump calling kristol an embarrassed loser. arguing the third-party candidate would be a spoiler. this weekend, trump went on a 12-minute tirade over the federal judge overseeing the lawsuit against trump
university, who ordered the unsealing of hundreds of documents related to the case. >> the judge, which we believe to be mexican, which is great. it's fine. >> reporter: in fact, the judge was born in indiana. meanwhile, over the weekend, hillary clinton was off the trail. the top surrogate turned up the heat on bernie sanders. >> he ought to be able to read the sign post. if he did that, he would know that it's all but over. >> reporter: on "meet the press," sanders saying he's in the race till the end. when asked about party unity? >> if secretary clinton is the nominee, it is her job to reach out to millions of people and make the case as to why she is going to defend working families. that is the candidate's job to do. >> now, sanders also didn't rule out running as secretary clinton's vp nominee, but stressed he is focused on winning the nomination. for donald trump, he has said he'd go to release details about money he's raised for veterans
charities tomorrow. tamron and carson, back to you. >> thank you so much. let's bring in steve kornacki. good morning. >> morning, steve. >> if i had a dollar for every time you and i talked about a third-party run, independent candidate. now bill kristol says there is someone. >> names include mitt romney, ben sass, former senator from oklahoma. all three indicate td answer d is no, consistently. it'd be a surprise if they got in. the ballot deadline has passed in texas. it'll pass a few days from now in north carolina. a few days after that in indiana. you're getting into big states. if you're a third-party candidate, you won't be on the ballot if you got in now. >> what does it do to trump's candidacy if someone gets in? >> if it's coming from the right, there is a threat to donald trump. that's why he reacted aggressively yesterday. the other thing that happened over the weekend that he has to worry about, i think, is the libertarian party, which has
ballot access in all 50 states. they nominated their ticket over the weekend. you have two former republican governors. gary johnson, new mexico. bill weld, massachusetts. this is the most credible third-party libertarian ticket we've ever seen. there is already a threat to trump. >> this judge deciding documents related to the trump university will be released. trump has run as a businessman of great success. could this turn out to be a bad week, depending on the documents? >> that's the thing, which you always have to say, every new revelation, every new statement, boy, it never seems to stop him. however, the trump university thing, i think there is an aspect to the story that's more understandable to people. more relatable to people. what he's accused of here, it really looks like -- at least what he's accused of -- could be seen as a con job against ordinary people. i think it's more understandable than some of the other things democrats have gone after. some of the other business vulnerabilities. i think it's probably why you
saw that preemptive strike that trump is launching into. >> on the democratic side, we saw in kristen's piece, feinstein asking bernie sanders to step out. is he doing lasting damage to hillary? >> i don't think we're at that point. think back eight years ago, memorial day weekend in the clinton-obama race. hillary clinton was saying, i'm in until the convention. barack obama's people were saying, it'll hurt the party long term. they finished up the primary season, she knew the math and got out of the race. if bernie sanders does that in the next couple weeks, it leaves us where we were eight years ago. does he push farther? if he were to win california, it could make him push to the convention. then you might be having that conversation. >> steve kornacki, thanks so much. this morning, investigators in houston are trying to piece together what set off a deadly shooting rampage. gabe gutierrez has the latest. >> good morning. this west houston neighborhood is quiet this morning.
a far cry from the terrifying scene that erupted on sunday. this gas station catching fire. bullets flying everywhere. frightened residents diving for cover. >> reporter: this upscale houston neighborhood is reeling this morning as investigators try to find out what led to a deadly shooting rampage. >> we don't know if he was out to target law enforcement, if he was going to shoot people randomly. i would say an attack on both is probably fair to say. [ gunshots ]. >> reporter: the chaos broke out sunday morning. >> we have an active shooter situation going on here. >> reporter: as a man with an assault rifle and a handgun opened fire. >> we barricaded ourselves in a back bedroom. we were even in a closet for a while. all we could hear were the helicopters and rapid gunfire. >> reporter: spray bullets likely setting off a blaze at this gas station. one man was killed getting his car washed. >> i saw a guy hunched over with the car still running and what
looked to be a gunshot wound to the neck. >> reporter: police met with gunfire as they raced to the scene. a helicopter and three squad cars hit. one nearly two dozen times. one deputy took several rounds in his bullet proof vest. another shot in the hand. >> one of my classmate's mom was shot in the leg. >> reporter: a swat team finally shot and killed the gunman. >> this is not behavior we expect to see over memorial day weekend in any area, especially in the united states. >> one of the other wounded men is being questioned as a possible second suspect. it's unclear what role, if any, he played. both officers have been treated and released from the hospital. no word on any motive. >> sad scene in houston. gabe, thank you very much. rain isn't the only concern for beach goers this memorial day. two shark attacks are being investigated. one in florida and the other in
southern california. where a two-mile stretch of beach is closed. nbc's steve patterson is there. good morning. >> tamron, good morning. it is the unofficial start to summer. the beach behind me should be packed. it's going to be shut down for at least another 24 hours after that possible shark attack. that follows hours after a confirmed bite, all the way across the country. >> reporter: fear on a florida beach. a boy just 13 years old bitten by a shark. >> hold on, sweetheart. >> reporter: his father kneeling by his side, as life guards treat the wound on his leg. a woman cradled him in her arms. he cries in pain. this is the devastation left behind. splotches of blood dotting a stretch of neptune beach. >> he was like, a shark bit my leg. go, go, go! >> reporter: the shark was between five and six feet long. not the only shark scare this memorial day weekend. >> happened so fast.
i don't know what happened. >> the kids had to get out of the water, and we had to sit on our blankets and stuff. >> reporter: in newport beach, california, life guards rescued a woman who had bite marks on her waist and shoulder. the beach evacuated and shut down for 24 hours, as police search the it with aewaters for. >> if there is aggressive behavior by a marine animal, we need to take action. >> reporter: last year, 59 shark attacks in the u.s., the highest on record. one, fatal. in more than half of them, it happened in florida. a grim reminder for the millions of americans at the beach on this holiday. >> another reminder, shark attacks still considered extremely rare. just to give you context, you're still more likely to be struck by lightning. yet, they still happen. >> steve, thank you. now to a dropping story overseas. iraqi ground forces backed by
u.s.-led military launched a massive operation to retake the city of fallujah from isis. it's a series of attempts to take back the area from isis who have controlled for two years. it's unclear how long it'll take to libber raerate the city. long delays at jfk. it started in terminal seven, operated by british airways. a verizon server wasn't working properly, so travelers had to be checked in manually. at one point, more than 1,000 passengers were waiting in line. the glitch is fixed and the system is running again. dramatic and improbable finish at the indy 500. 24-year-old alexander rossi shocked the field on sunday by becoming the first rookie in 15 years to win the historic race. it's how he won that has everyone talking. rossi didn't go to pit road
during the final ten laps. while everyone else fueled up, rossi drove on, cruising past the checkered flags on fumes. he ran out of gas a few moments later and needed to be towed in. he said, quote, i have no idea how we pulled that off. exciting finish there. >> it was a good one. let's get more on the holiday forecast. mixed bag of things. not all of it good. >> we have to watch out for stronger storms today. not all that widespread, especially across the northern plains. keep an eye to the sky. in the northeast, heavy rain will call this morning. then we'll get a break and see pop-up showers later on. along the gulf coast, temperatures are warm and the sun will be shining. on the west coast, sunshine. temperatures, mostly in the mid to upper 70s along the coast. 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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nbc 10 news starts now. good morning, i'm pamela osborne. let's get the forecast from nbc 10 first alert meteorologist bill henley. hey, bill. >> hey, pamela. it's been a rainy morning. look at cape may, light rain moving across beach avenue. it's going to be a dreary one through the day. the clouds will be hanging in there and the chance of showers and thunderstorms will extend inland for the greatest threat of seeing more rain is at the shore. temperatures on beach avenue will stay in the 60s during the day while philadelphia gets closer to 80 degrees with a chance of showers and thunderstorms this afternoon.ç a check on the traffic with nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter katy zachry. good morning, katy. >> hi, pamela. happy memorial day. we're seeing progress with some of the problems related to
ponding on the roads earlier. this is a live look at 95 near the philadelphia international airport where you can see in just the last 25 minutes this ponding had exceeded into the roadway but it's receded right now. that's good for drivers. also ponding on 76 and other parts of 95 has reported clear. we are following a crash on the northeast extension southbound right near lansdale. today, memorial day, we honor and remember those who died serving our country. a pair of events are scheduled aboard the battle" new jersey" in camden. a wreath ceremony will be held at 10:00, followed about i a naturalization ceremony welcoming more than three dozen u.s. citizens. i'm pamela osborne. we'll have another update 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 one.
we're back at 7:30 now with a look at arlington national cemetery on this memorial day, may 30th, 2016. a day to honor servicemen and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for this country. inside studio 1a, let's take a look at today's headlines. it is the weather. bonnie is hovering over the carolinas this morning. a day after making landfall as a tropical depression near charleston. the system stretched all the way to the northeast. in texas, heavy rain and major flooding there blamed in the deaths of at least six people. donald trump was in washington, d.c. on sunday, addressing a large crowd at the annual rolling thunder motorcycle rally. he's also labeling conservative commentator bill kristol an embarrassed loser, after kristol
tweeted an independent third-party candidate would join the presidential race. a boy is recovering after being bitten by a shark on a florida beach. another possible shark attack in southern california led officials to close a two-mile stretch of beach there. now to a story that's got a lot of people talking. the controversial decision by zookeepers in cincinnati to use lethal force against a gorilla to save a 3-year-old boy who slipped into the animal's exhibit. nbc's blake mccoy has the latest. good morning. >> good morning to you. this morning here in cincinnati, zookeepers are defending their decision to kill the animal. there are growing calls for the parents to face neglect charges. the boy was injured but is okay. we do want to warn you, some may find this video hard to watch. >> reporter: cell phone video capturing the horrifying moment a 3-year-old boy came face-to-face with a 400-pound
gorilla, after falling into the enclosure at the cincinnati zoo. >> mommy loves you. i'm right here. >> reporter: visitors watched the gorilla pick the boy up and drag him through the water. >> oh, my gosh. >> you heard the splash, and people were yelling, "this is a boy in the water, a boy in the water." >> reporter: witness kim o'connor said the boy had been talking about wanting to go in the water. his mother was watching several other children when the boy slipped through the railing and wires to enter the enclosure. ten agonizing minutes go by before zookeepers made the difficult decision to shoot the endangered western lowland gorilla with a long rifle. >> great, big animal. it seemed very much, by our professional team, our dangerous animal response team, to be a life-threatening situation. so the choice was made to put down or shoot harambe. he's gone. >> reporter: they say a tranquilizer would have taken too long. on social media, people blamed
the child's mother. one writing, while i'm sorry a child was hurt, i'm angry that parental negligence called the death of this animal. protesters calling for justice. >> we don't have a voice. they gunned him down, so we have to be the voice. >> the mother should be held accountable. >> reporter: the family issued a statement saying we are so thankful to the lord that our child is safe. he is home and doing just fine. we extend our heartfelt thanks for the quick action by the cincinnati zoo staff. we know that this was a very difficult decision for them, and they are grieving the loss of their gorilla. the incident comes a week after zookeepers in santiago, chile, shot and killed two lions after mauling a man who jumped into their den, took off his clothes and taunted the animals. in cincinnati, the gorilla exhibit is temporarily closed. a memorial grows for harambe,
who just celebrated his 17th birthday. >> gorillas can live up to be 50 years old until the wild and in captivity. this morning, there is a charge.org petition circulating online, to hold the parents responsible. so far, the petition has 85,000 signatures. police have not indicated any plans to charge those parents. carson and tamron? >> blake mccoy, thanks for that. a lot of questions about how the 3-year-old could possibly have gotten into the exhibit. >> over 30 years, it never happened. one of the things regarding how the gorilla was taken down. you visualize the animal falling over. in fact, an animal that size would have gone in rage and likely endangered the child. we'll see what happens in the investigation. let's turn to the presidential race and the history that will be made, no matter who wins in november. here's nbc's andrea mitchell. >> reporter: america will most likely be electing either the
first woman president, accompanied by a first gentleman who, himself, is a former president, or the first political outsider, a businessman and reality tv star with a former model and entrepreneur as his first lady. even as a historic number of voters are unhappy about either choice. >> in the history of polling, we have never seen two candidates this unpopular. >> reporter: 34% of registered voters have a positive opinion of hillary clinton according to our new nbc news/wall street journal poll, and donald trump's rating is worse. 29% viewing him favorably. >> fascinating thing about donald trump is we've never seen a candidate with this high a negative, and he is the only person since bill clinton who rides to the nomination with more negative than a positive. >> reporter: when he swept into office eight years ago, barack obama was wildly popular. now, voters face two historic and very different choices.
>> whoever is elected president is going to be a very big first. either if trump is elected, the first president without any government experience at all in history, or if hillary clinton is elected, obviously, the first woman. >> reporter: a clinton win would also be the third consecutive white house victory for democrats. that hasn't happened since fdr and harry truman. that doesn't mean it's a de facto third obama term. >> it's not going to happen, as far as history is concerned. many voted for george h.w. bush, expecting the reagan policies to continue. in many ways, that did not happen. >> we'll have little interruptions. >> reporter: meanwhile, a trump victory would be unprecedented. running as a washington outsider, trump's dominance in the primaries have been compared with the reagan revolution. >> there you see, the new first family of the united states. >> reporter: when reagan won the white house, he'd already served two terms as governor of california. a state with an economy larger
than most countries. 1 in 5 voters in our poll say they don't want trump or clinton. >> bernie! >> reporter: favoring bernie sanders or a third-party candidate. while this has been the year of historic firsts, there is no sign that's going to happen. for "today", andrea mitchell, nbc news, washington. let's get a check of the weather now. it's what's on everybody's mind. >> i know. memorial day weekend. everybody wants to know what the weather is going to be. we have the rain on the east coast. that is going to exit through the day. then we'll see pop-up showers and storms redevelop later on this afternoon. it's all kind of associated with bonnie, now a tropical depression. temperatures begin to cool off, too, thanks to more cloud cover. let's look at the highs today. cleveland, 83. raleigh, 79. charleston, 80. because of all the cloud cover with the tropical depression. new york city, 81 degrees, which it already feels like it's in the 80s right now. very warm and very humid. we'll stay in the 80s through boston and d.c., indianapolis on tuesday. memphis, 87 tomorrow. early this week, we'll notice temperatures begin to fall.
up through the dakotas, we'll slide back to the 70s. minneapolis, 60s by wednesday. 70s through tulsa and into dallas, temperatures go from 90 to closer to 80 degrees. the west coast will stay warm through the pacific northwest. 90 degrees by tuesday in portland. sacramento, 103 by tuesday. we are likely to break some records as we get to the middle of the week, especially out west and across the soutest, too.hw good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a dreary memorial day. a chance we'll see more showers and possibly thunderstorms, 80 degrees in somerton. the suburbs will see scattered showers, mainly cloudy skies, though, 77 in lansdale. and the lehigh valley, plenty of clouds, not too many showers during the day. temperatures climb into the 80s. for new jersey, and the jersey shore, better chance of seeing rain. look at the temperatures for wildwood, 69 degrees this afternoon. and rain for lewes, scattered showers, 79 in wilmington. have a great day. >> that's your latest forecast.
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text message be held responsible for an auto wreck, even if they're not in the car? >> the larger question here, like with alcohol, is how society wants to deal with behavior that might be okay in one place but becomes dangerous on the roads. >> reporter: the case centers on daniel, a retired chief and veteran killed in 2013, leaving behind his wife, mary lou. >> it's lonely. it's just the little things. >> reporter: his motorcycle was struck by a car driven by someone who was texting. >> he was a great husband, a great father, a good grandfather, the best. >> reporter: in criminal court, the driver who hit him pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and texting while driving. in civil court, the family is trying to send a message of their own, suing not just gargiulo but two others who were
texting her at the time of the crash. >> this is about making my dad's legacy to save lives. >> reporter: it's still early, but for now, a pennsylvania judge ruled the suit can proceed. he points to a new jersey case, where the court found the sender of a text message can potentially be liable if an accident is caused by texting, but only if the sender knew that the recipient would view the text while driving and thus be distracted. >> it's a very high bar. the person has to know they are texting with someone who is driving and continue to do it. >> reporter: the pennsylvania judge notes it's quite possible the two men may not have, in fact, known gargiulo was operating a motor vehicle at the time of the text messaging. one men argues there was no proof he knows she was driving, while the other attorney for the department said, even if we assume that he knew or should have noun she was driving, he did not encourage her to read the message. >> the galatins are well aware that at the end of the day, the
case may turn out that maybe the sender of the text didn't necessarily know. >> the defendants in the case e declined to comment for our story, but both are asking the judge to dismiss claims against them. for the previous case, the new in new jersey, the courts ruled in favor of the defendants, saying in that situation, the person who sent the text to the driver could not be held liable for the accident. >> the bar is very high. >> potentially liable, but ultimately, you have to prove that someone was texting somebody, knowing full well they were driving, which is tough. >> you can sue for anything. it doesn't mean you're going to win. sounds like part of it. >> interesting. joe, thanks so much. coming up on pop start, the star who caught beyonce by surprise and got a personal shoutout. >> awesome. debate of today. is it a hot dog, is it a sandwich? there is a heated debate that re-erupted on social media this weekend. how do we define that tasty how do we define that tasty little treat, right afterat purt the best things in the life are real.
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back now at 7:50, with a conversation starter at your cookout today, potentially. dylan moved over to the orange room with this great debate. >> i had to tackle this conversation here. the folks at merriam-webster went bold on twitter this memorial day weekend, reigniting a long-standing debate. they posted this. have a great memorial day weekend. the hot dog is a sandwich. >> oh, no.
>> stop it. >> how could they? they included a link of their definition of a sandwich. two or more slices of bread or a split roll having a filling in between, or one slice of bread covered with food. naturally, it's not sitting well with people online. eric writes, miriam wyrr merria trusted you. i love this one. one simple reason why a hot dog is not a sandwich. because without the bread, it is still a hot dog. genius response. we decided to get to the bottom of this. we took a survey and asked, is a hot dog a sandwich? 77% of our followers said no and 23% said yes. >> not even close. >> we have hot dogs over here. i don't know anyone that thinks it's a sandwich. the other debate, what is better on a hot dog, mustard or ketchup? >> i like plmustard. >> ketchup. >> on top and flip it.
>> i call a meatball sub a sandwich, and they're similar to a hot dog. i'm torn. we'll get into it next week. >> riddler. >> thanks for the hot dog. >> welcome. just ahead, the new dna test for your pooch. why it could potentially save your pet's life. plus, holiday treat, fifth harmony, live on our citi concert stage. hanging out nivea in-shower body lotion.
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nbc 10 news starts now. good morning, i'm pamela osborne. let's get a look at the forecast with nbc 10 first alert meteorologist bill henley. >> pamela, we're seeing lots of clouds on this memorial day. big storms overnight have broken. philadelphia now just cloudy skies over the city. 71 degrees. still a few showers in some of the suburbs and at the shore. we're seeing steady showers, interior new jersey 73 degrees right now, heading into the upper 70s this afternoon. but steadier rain at the shore will keep things cooler, into the 60s during the day. you can see the rain in cape may and into the delaware beaches. inland we're getting a break in philadelphia but still showers in and around the lehigh valley. pamela? rain affecting the roadways this morning. katy zachry has been watching it all. what's it looking like out there. >> if you're waking up at the shore this memorial day monday you can expect a smooth ride as
you make your way up the garden state parkway to the ac expressway. if you're taking the 42 freeway northbound into the city, that drive will take you five minutes from route 55 to the walt whitman bridge. finally, a crash we were watching on the northeast extension southbound near the lansdale exit has been cleared. new this morning, this driver is okay after his car crashed in a pole, bringing a live wire down around him. nbc 10 was at g street and wyoming avenue. the car ran into the pole just before 4:30 this morning. the driver had to wait until peco crews and philadelphia firefighters could rescue him safely. on this memorial day, vice president joe biden will attend a ceremony naming delaware's national reserve center in new castle for his son who died of cancer a year ago today. major beau biden is an iraq war veteran, a former state attorney general. he died of cancer at the age of 46. i'm pamela osborne. we'll have another update in about 25 minutes.
it's 8:00 on "today". coming up, millennial milestone. >> i can count on your vote? >> of course you can. >> we introduce you to the 25-year-old californian looking to become the youngest congresswoman ever. >> i'm a challenger. i'm ruffling a lot of feathers. plus, doggy dna test. >> you want to help know your dog better and be able to prevent illness, wherever possible. >> what this one kit can reveal about your pet, and why vets are saying it could be a lifesaver. ♪ work, work, work, work, work you don't want to have to go to work today. we have the plaza rocking this memorial day with one of the hottest groups in pop music. fifth harmony.
today, monday, may 30th, 2016. we love you, fifth harmony! >> we're here for fifth harmony. ♪ give baby, i'm worth it ♪ ♪ uh-huh, i'm worth it ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it >> celebrating two years cancer free on "today" with fifth harmony. >> we love you, fifth harmony, even in the pouring rain. ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it >> weekend in new york. thank you! ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it welcome back to "today". matt and savannah have the morning off. dylan is here. carson is here. men and women in uniform are here. we have a great crowd here to see fifth harmony. what's up, guys? >> they were lined up all night
long in the rain. number one album in 50 countries. arguably, there is no hotter group on the planet than fifth harmony right now. it'll be a great half hour coming up. first, let's get the top stories and head inside to sheinelle. millions of americans are moving holiday gathers indoors as tropical depression bonnie moves east. bonnie slammed the carolinas over the weekend, drenching most of the coast. interstate 95 year charleston had to be shut down. homes were flooded in georgia. in texas, another round of deadly flash flooding led to mandatory evacuations. with just over a week until their crucial california primary, democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders are on opposite ends of the country. clinton staying home in new york to march in a memorial day parade. sanders is in california, hoping to pull off an upset. republican donald trump spent part of his weekend speaking at the rolling thunder event in
washington, honoring veterans. three women are credited with quick action that may have protected a stranger from a possible date rape attempt. gadi schwartz has more. >> from the moment i saw it, i got the body gette dy jitters, this isn't right. >> reporter: it happened feet away from their table. monica and her two girlfriends were eating dinner at fig, a santa monica restaurant. >> i said, i just saw him put something in her drink. >> reporter: the friends were next to a young couple. when the woman got up and went to the ladies' room, the man went for her drink. >> he's holding something in his hand. i saw him kind of flip it like this. and something dropped into the drink. >> reporter: stunned, sonya followed the woman to warn her. >> she said, oh, my god, he's one of my best friends. >> reporter: the friends also alerted the restaurant's
manager. >> management called security, security watched the footage, and security called the santa monica police. >> reporter: 24-year-old michael choo was arrested and charged with assault and drugging with attempt to commit rape. he's in jail on a $1 million bond. the women hailed as heros. posting their story on facebook, and it's gone viral. now shared over 100,000 times, with heartfelt comments. thank you for not minding your own business. it's an awkward situation and so easy to turn a blind eye. you gals totally changed someone's life for the better. >> it became almost this little community of people. my gosh, thank you so much. that happened to me. or that happened to my sister. or that happened to my roommate. >> reporter: now these women are responding with a message of their own. >> speak up, everybody. you don't know what your actions might do. >> reporter: gadi schwartz, nbc news, los angeles. nbc news was unable to reach the suspect, michael choo, or his representatives for comment.
police say he'll be arraigned on tuesday and they're running chemical tests to determine what was put in the woman's drink. a security camera recorded the chaos when a car crashed into a smoke spot in new york. the 20-year-old driver was impaired and missed a curve in the road. she suffered minor injuries. there were several other employees and customers in the store. they were not hurt. a viral video surprise has people wondering if this was an embarrassing moment or prank. a lecture was underway at the university of washington. suddenly, a student who may have been grabbing a nap rolled on to the floor from behind the screen. the professor waits as the student grabs his backpack and walks out of class. >> not real. >> no way. >> why not? >> he was sitting behind the -- my thing is, when the screen went down -- >> maybe it was that way in class. >> not buying it. >> i don't know. >> carron is not buying it.
>> little investigation. we need jeff rossen. up next, we'll hit the cam tan tra -- campaign trail with a 25-year-old, could be the youngest woman ever elected to congress. why your partner will never chaet a cheat and watch your favorite tv shows without you ever again. fifth harmony live in concert on the plaza. huge crowd this morning. first, these (avo) after 50 years of designing cars for crash survival, subaru has developed our most revolutionary feature yet. a car that can see trouble and stop itself to avoid it. when the insurance institute for highway safety tested front crash prevention nobody beat subaru models with eyesight. not toyota. not ford or any other brand. subaru eyesight. an extra set of eyes, every time you drive.
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she barely made the cut off to be eligible to run for congress. now, erin is snap chatting and tweeting her way to the ballot booth. she was fed up with having older, male politicians who weren't like her speak for her. three months ago, she thought, why not her? >> now here we are. >> this is hq. >> welcome. >> reporter: 25-year-old er erin schrodie. >> i'm ruffling a lot of feathers. >> reporter: after starting an environmental non-profit and consulting for apple and the u.s. state department, she says she's tired of being ignored or issues that matter to her. she announced her candidacy online. >> paid leave, equal pay, access to reproductive health. >> reporter: the video viewed more than 6 million times. >> it's 2016. >> looking at your list, facebook, twitter, instagram,
youtube, tumblr. how has social media propelled your campaign? >> it's enabled us to take this local action. >> reporter: how does a 25-year-old with little campaign money and just weeks before the primaries run for office? >> ready? >> reporter: we spent the day with her to find out. >> hello. >> hi there. >> reporter: her strategy, part personal message, part technology, which she uses to locate and bridge the gap with older voters. >> on this app, you can actually decide which one of these houses you have the best chance? >> absolutely. >> can i count on your vote? >> absolutely. >> is age an issue? >> older than 21, right? >> absolutely. >> then it doesn't matter. >> reporter: she makes up with social media clout. >> you're doing the facebook live and the snap chatting. >> to show people what it looks like. boots on the ground. we are pounding the pavement. >> we have your team behind us. >> yeah. >> hi, guys. >> reporter: she's out in the community every day. not just targeting millenials but also their parents.
>> we need your voice. >> reporter: proving she's qualified. >> i'm out here talking about policy and the issues instead of sitting in a room dialing for dollars. to me, this matters more. >> reporter: on june 7th, she hopes it matters to her constituents, too. >> you sound very impressive. >> thank you so much. >> thanks for getting involved. >> it's a pleasure. thank you for your service to our country. >> welcome. >> the california primaries are next tuesday. erin has to come in first or second place to qualify for november. according to analysts, her chances are looking pretty good. >> wow. >> good for her. go getter. >> see what happens. big story outside of the presidential race. thank you, morgan. time for trepid inding. >> today, of course, is memorial day. for most, that means a three-day weekend. they're awesome for obvious reasons. >> yeah. >> there are actual arguments as to why we should shorten the work week and extend the weekend. first off, planning short
vacations can preserve employee well-being. >> i agree. >> secondly, working long hours is dangerous to our health. >> okay. >> one study found the more hours you put into work actually increased the risk of having a stroke and heart disease. we should be working less, people. and for the kids out there, a four-day school week actually makes kids better learners. children who participated in shortened school week programs scored higher on tests. this is according to a study -- i'm assuming written by children. >> what's the point of having a four-day work week? >> what's the downside? >> the report didn't have a downside. >> i don't think there are many downsides for employees, anyway. >> what do you do when tuesday rolls around? thursday feels like friday and we're back to it. let's talk about binge watching. it's swept the nation, even destroying relationships. over 28 million people have
committed netflix infidelity. watching an episode without your partner. >> i hear you. >> now, there is a solution that could end this problem. i introduce to you, commitment rings. the rings are registered through an app. the couple chooses which shows they can only watch together. is this a real story? >> hilarious. >> rings use communication technology. in other words, if one person isn't present, the show won't start. this isn't real. come on. there's no way. >> i can see a market for it. >> it's a real problem. >> you cannot watch a show or movies, too. certain things you kind of want to watch together. >> don't you have the conversation? where are you in "breaking bad"? where are you? oh, you watched. you were asleep and i watched three more. >> i fall asleep and he's like, forget this. this >> this is the 2016 ball and chain? >> great use of technology. >> brian will text me and be like, i'm sorry.
what happened? i watched whatever show. >> wouldn't be able to with the ring. >> i like it. >> the system won't work. >> i don't know if it's real. i'll call suspicion. moving to boston. a war of words has begun. a family-owned liquor store known for posting funny messages outside ignited a battle with the mcdonald's across the street. mcdonald's posted this normal promotional sign. two egg muffins, $5 all day. the liquor store owner posted this. three egg muffin, $4. mcdonald's responded. you ain't seen mcmuffin yet. the liquor store claimed, i always wanted an arch enemy. to be continued. >> i like that. >> it's fun. >> fun for the community. >> they need to hire those writers. pretty good.
>> two for $5 is not bad. >> three for $4 is better. the lawsuit justin bieber is facing, and beyonce spots a special friend in the crowd. dylan has pop start for us. >> good morning, guys. let's talk about the update to the lawsuit between singer/song writer white hinterland and bieber. hinterland accused of stealing a vocal riff from her song. the notes are identical to bieber's "sorry." here's the riff in question. ♪ >> they're similar. skrille kpe skrillex released a video, showing how he created the distinct sound. take a look.
♪ more than just your body >> take it down four semi-tunes. one, two, three, four. ♪ more than just your body >> take this. pitch it up 112. >> insane. >> that's why i can't sing along. i don't know the manipulation. >> it shows he didn't sample it from her. he created it. justin's voice pitched up. >> showed how he manipulated that. bieber still hasn't commented on the lawsuit. >> interesting. >> cool to see the behind the scenes. up next, special recognition for a special few in hollywood. sunday, pope francis awarded medals to george clooney, richard gere and salma hayek. they were recognized for their work for the pope's educational foundation. the foundation works toward
social integration and a culture of peace. beyonce is not easily distracted during a performance. however, there was a special friend in the crowd at her concert in chicago. this weekend, it made her stop singing and smile. during her performance of "survivor," beyonce walked around the stage singing to members in the audience. who did she spot? none other than her former dream girls cast mate, jennifer lud s -- hudson. she met eyes and said, i love you. >> should have gotten on the stage. >> broke out into a duet. >> you wonder if celebrities can see you. >> i always think they're looking right at me. >> i love you, too! >> meanwhile, ten people behind you, she loves me! >> good stuff. dylan, thank you very much. working overtime today. how about a check of the weather? >> it is memorial day and everyone wants to know what's happening with the weather.
we have rain and storms moving through southeastern oklahoma and stretching down through austin. nothing see vevere right now, b the rain is reinforcing the flooding we've seen across most of texas. we are still seeing the rivers above flood stage. any additional rain will make matters worse. we have this cold front that'll move east. most of the storms today will be across the northern plains, up through the dakotas. on tuesday, it starts to shift farther into the southern plains. then we're going to see another round of storms through oklahoma and texas by the middle and end of the week. this is our zone to watch out for later this afternoon. they will not be widespread, but we could see isolated storms that produce large hail and damaging winds. those will be the biggest threats. we can't rule out a tornado. on tuesday, we're not looking at any widespread, severe storms, but we have a marginal risk of isolated, stronger storms from wisconsin, stretching to southwestern texas, and lightning will be the major concern with that one. something we'll keep an eye on
good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a temporariy memorial day and a chance we'll see more showers and possibly thunderstorms. 80 degrees in somerton. suburbs will see scattered showers. mainly cloudy skies. 77 in lansdale and laefl plenty of clouds not too many showers during the day, temperatures climbing in to 80s. for new jersey and the jersey shore, better chance of seeing some rain. look at the temperatures from wildwood 69 degrees this afternoon and rain from lewis, scattered showers and 79 in wilmington. have a great day. through in science. >> nbc's business correspondent olivia stearns is here with this story. interested to hear it. >> good morning. you've probably heard about at-home dna testing kits for humans. now, there are similar products for your dog. the goal here is to help you better manage their risk of disease. plus, you can finally figure out what breed your pup actually is. >> reporter: from fitness trackers to gps devices,
technology is, well, going to the dogs. now, there's even a dna testing kit for your pooch. >> why would i want to get this test done? is this to figure out if your dog is a little lab, little poodle, or about health? >> it's really about health. we want to help you know your dog better be able to prevent illness wherever poss skpible a prepare for anything. >> reporter: scientists from connell university turned entrepreneurs, they spent ten years studying canine genetics to develop one of several doggie dna tests, which looks from blood disorders and drug allergies. for rebecca who lost her dog, the technology couldn't come soon enough. >> her life meant a lot to me. she was like a family member and my best friend at the time. she died too young. >> reporter: her dog died suddenly from an allergy to a
common canine medication. she had a gene mutation, making her deathly allergic to the drug. >> if we would have had the genetic testing, we would have been more careful with her. >> reporter: when rebecca heard about embark, she signed up her new shepherd immediately. >> i thought, this is definitely something i want to do for my dog. >> reporter: today, she's awaiting the results. >> are you worried about what you might find out? >> no. because i feel like the more i know about what she may or may not have, the better chance i have to make sure that she's not exposed to something that could hurt her. >> reporter: here's how it works. a kit arrives in the mail. you simply swab the inside of your dog's mouth. no blood. send back the sample of drool. a few weeks later, they send the results of more than 160 tests. the cost, $199. before you make any health decisions though, always consult your veterinarian first. >> it's important to share it with your veterinarian so it is
documented in their chart. it could save your animal's life. >> reporter: ryan wanted to personal adly deliver the news. >> she has the multi-drug sensitivity. it was good we were able to let you know now when she's young. you'll know that and your veterinarian can know that. >> i'm glad to know, actually. now i know how to take care of her and keep her safe. >> reporter: peace of mind for rebecca, and maybe even a new leash on life. >> good girl. >> the test can also give you insight on your dog's behavior or grooming needs, since you'll know the breed. plus, you might be able to save on vet bills. having this info could help you take preventative steps. again, talk to your vet about the results before you do anything or make any changes. >> seems like for under $200, that might be something worth doing. you can save your dog's life. >> of course. if you find out it is allergic to a drug. >> i may do that. >> she already has insurance. might as well.
good morning. i'm pa mellow osborne. . let's get a look at the forecast with meteorologist bill henley. >> we're tracking some showers. dry right now in wilmington but at the shore a different story, ocean city, new jersey we can see how damp it is this morning, more showers are moving up along the coast. moisture coming off tropical depression bonnie. showers in delaware and south jersey. likely to see more showers inland but less likely farther north and west, a few sprinkles in the allentown area. temperatures won't warm up that much in the up 70s. >> all right. thank you. the wet weather is affecting some memorial day activities.
downingtown cancelled its parade. bensalem township postponed its parade to june 5th. avalon will hold an indoor ceremony. tap on the nbc 10 app to see any change in plans. let's get a check onto roads with katy zachary. >> getting word of a bit of a slow down us a make your way on fence turnpike eastbound and approach the exit for route 309. this is that area in our camera, very light volume on the roadway. so not affecting anything outside of that toll plaza there. >> i'm pamelas onborne. we'll have another update four in 25 minutes. you can always get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. now back to the "today" show.
♪ like no one is watching it is 8:30 now on this monday morning, the 30th of may, 2016. and a huge holiday crowd is here on the plaza, getting ready for fifth harmony. >> they have been warming up all morning long. not far from us. we have the number one song on the billboard pop charts. they also have a new album out. we're so excited to have them on the plaza. we fired up our citi fan cam for the occasion. snap a photo and share it with us. #fh today.
>> can i have your camera? >> yes. >> this is what you do. snap a pic. ready? one, two, three. use the hashtag, okay? dylan, you have the forecast? >> it's beautiful out here, isn't it? >> it is. >> stopped downpouring. it was earlier. we are going to see most of the rain this morning exit, then we'll see improvements this afternoon. watch out for more storms. in the middle of the week, back down through oklahoma and texas, where we will see stronger storms again producing more heavy rain. lasts through the end of the week. we could see some issues with the flooding. then we'll also see it'll be unsettled through the mid-atlantic. temperatures, early this week, above average across the great lakes. temperatures will be cooling off back through texas and into the southern plains. it is going to get very hot out
west. expect records, especially by the end of good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a dreary memorial day and a chance we'll see more showers and possibly thunderstorms. 80 degrees in somerton. suburbs will see scattered showers. mainly cloudy skies. 77 in lansdale and lehigh valley plenty of clouds not too many showers during the day, temperatures climbing in to 80s. for new jersey and the jersey shore, better chance of seeing some rain. look at the temperatures from wildwood 69 degrees this afternoon and rain from lewis, scattered showers and 79 in wilmington. have a great day. >> we are searching for today's funniest dad. this is your chance to perform stand-up live here on our show. t head to today.com to today.com your best joke or story about fatherhood. they're due tomorrow. get on that. carson? dylan, thank you so much. fifth harmony is seconds away from performing on our plaza.
what makes them one of the hottest pop groups in the world. ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it >> reporter: they're worth it. and they're the ladies of fifth harmony. camila, lauren, ally, dinah jane and normani. strangers until they were put together by simon cowell on the "x factor" in 2012. now, they're a force to be reckoned with, with loyal fans called harmonizers. they have more than 4 million followers on instagram and close to 10 million on facebook and twitter combined. recently, they performed at the white house. their last album, "reflection," debuted at number five on the billboard 200, generating hit songs like "boss" and "sledgehammer." now, the ladies are out with their second studio album, "7/27," and topping the pop charts with their latest anthem, "work from home." >> fifth harmony are the first girl group to hit number one on the charts in over a decade. "work from home" is their biggest single yet, and it's
definitely one of the catchiest. it's sure to define this summer. ♪ this is the life >> reporter: they have rocked the "today" show plaza for the past three summers and today, they're back and better than ever. ♪ this is the life >> harmonizers, we won't keep you waiting any longer. please welcome fifth harmony. >> new york, do you know this song? ♪ i ain't worried about nothing ♪ ♪ i ain't wearing nada ♪ i'm sitting pretty, impatient, but i know you gotta ♪ ♪ put in them hours, i'm make it harder ♪ ♪ i'm sending pic after picture ♪ ♪ i'm get you fired ♪ i know you're always on the
night shift ♪ ♪ but i can't stand these nights alone ♪ ♪ and i don't need no explanation ♪ ♪ cause baby, you're the boss at home ♪ ♪ you don't gotta go to work, work, work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ but you gotta put in work, work, work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ you don't gotta go to work, work, work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ let my body do the work, work, work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ we can work from home ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ we can work from home ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ let's put it into motion ♪ i'm give you a promotion ♪ i'll make you feel like a vacation, turn the bed into an ocean ♪ ♪ we don't need nobody, i just need your body ♪ ♪ nothing but sheets in between us, ain't no getting off early ♪ ♪ i know you're always on the
night shift ♪ ♪ but i can't stand these nights alone ♪ ♪ and i don't need no explanation ♪ ♪ cause baby, you're the boss at home ♪ ♪ you don't gotta go to work, work, work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ but you gotta put in work, work, work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ you don't gotta go to work, work, work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ let my body do the work, work, work, work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ we can work from home ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ girl, go to work for me ♪ can you make it clap, no hands for me ♪ ♪ take it to the ground, pick it up for me ♪ ♪ look back at it all over me ♪ put in work like my timesheet ♪ ♪ she ride it like a '63 ♪ i'm buy her no celine
♪ let her ride in a foreign with me ♪ ♪ oh, she the bae, i'm her boo ♪ and she down to break the rules ♪ ♪ ride or die, she going to go ♪ i won't judge, shih finesse ♪ i i pipe up, she take that ♪ putting overtime on your body ♪ ♪ you don't gotta go to work, work, work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ but you gotta put in work, work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ you don't gotta go to work, work, work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ let my body do the work, work, work, work, work, work, work ♪ ♪ we can work from home ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh >> make some noise. [ applause ] ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh
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>> amazing. >> unbelievable. we really feel so blessed because we worked so hard these past four years. we put so much blood, sweat and tears. for us to be experiencing, you know, all the success is honestly incredible. thank you, everybody, who supported us. >> the name of record "7/27" is a reference to the girls here. when you formed four years ago, think about how much has happened in the four years. a record, now number one in 50 countries. how have you evolved? >> a lot has happened. we're at the "today" show, performing for all our harmonizers. it's been such a journey. for you guys to be riding along with us on this journey, it's been such a great experience. we dedicate this album to them. all our hard work, the tears we've had, we owe it to the harmonizers. >> "work from home" by the numbers, number one on the billboard. ten years since a girl group grabbed that honor.
[ applause ] >> honestly, to be able to say that is crazy. we love, you know, destiny's child, pussycat dolls. the last girl group was pussycat dolls, i think, to achieve that. we've worked our beforeutts off the harmonizers have been there these past four years. >> tell me about the tour. >> we're going to south america june 22nd, then we're coming to the united states. we start july 27th. 7/27, just like the album. we're going to be going around. you can get tickets at live nation.com or fifth harmony.com. >> how about a little more music? >> let's do it. >> ready? >> here we go! >> fifth harmony. >> what's up, new york? make some noise. ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it ♪ baby, i'm worth it
♪ uh-huh i'm worth it ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it ♪ baby, i'm worth it ♪ uh-huh, i'm worth it ♪ gimme gimme i'm worth it ♪ okay, i tell her bring it back like she left some ♪ ♪ bring it back like she left some ♪ ♪ in the club with the lights off ♪ ♪ what you acting shy for ♪ come and show me that you're with it, with it, with it, with it ♪ ♪ stop playing, now you know that i'm with it with it with it with ♪ ♪ just gim ma you, just gim ma you ♪ ♪ that's all i wanna do ♪ and if what they say is true ♪ if it's true, i might give me to you ♪ ♪ i may talk a lot of stuff, guaranteed, i can back it up ♪ ♪ i think i'm a call you bluff ♪ hurry up, i'm waiting out
front ♪ ♪ uh-huh, you see me in the spotlight ♪ ♪ oh, i love your style ♪ uh-huh show me what you got now ♪ ♪ come and make it worth my while ♪ ♪ ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it ♪ baby, i'm worth it ♪ uh-huh, i'm worth it ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it ♪ baby, i'm worth it ♪ uh-huh, i'm worth it ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it ♪ it's all on you, it's all on you ♪ ♪ it's all on you, so what you wanna do ♪ ♪ and if you don't have a clue ♪ not a clue, i'll tell you what to do ♪ ♪ come guaranteed, i can back it up ♪ ♪ i'm waiting out front ♪ uh-huh, see me in the spotlight ♪ ♪ oh, i love your style ♪ uh-huh, show me what you got
♪ i don't want to waste my time ♪ ♪ uh-huh, see me in the spotlight ♪ ♪ oh, i love your style ♪ uh-huh, show me what you got ♪ make it worth my while ♪ i'm worth it ♪ baby, i'm worth it ♪ uh-huh, i'm worth it ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it ♪ baby, i'm worth it ♪ uh-huh, i'm worth it ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it ♪ i tell her bring it back like she left some ♪ ♪ in the club with the lights off ♪ ♪ what you acting shy for ♪ come and show me that you're with it, with it, with it, with it sntsz stop playing, now you know that i'm with it, with it, with it, with it ♪ ♪ what you acting shy for ♪ uh-huh, see me in the spotlight ♪ ♪ oh, i love your style ♪ uh-huh, show me what you got ♪ i don't want to waste my
time ♪ ♪ uh-huh, see me in the spotlight ♪ ♪ oh, i love your style ♪ uh-huh, show me what you got now ♪ ♪ come and make it worth my while ♪ ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it ♪ baby, i'm worth it ♪ uh-huh, i'm worth it ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it ♪ baby, i'm worth it ♪ uh-huh, i'm worth it ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it ♪ give it to me, i'm worth it [ applause ] >> that is fifth harmony. thank you so much. they're back with more music from our citi concert stage in just a moment. first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪ give ito me, i'm worth it t ♪
>> they are not done yet. back to perform their new single "all in my head," ladies and gentlemen, fifth harmony. ♪ i'm doing great ♪ time to impress ♪ i wanna flex with you baby ♪ i'm chill with you ♪ show me different moves ♪ and i love your groove ♪ cause it's meant to be baby ♪ make history baby ♪ and you the one for you ♪ i'm the one for you ♪ so just flex with me, baby ♪ curtains like waves closing in all around us ♪ ♪ dimming the lights just so that they don't blind us ♪ ♪ so tongue and cheek when we're
laying on roses ♪ ♪ but you're touching my skin, and it's leaving me hopeless ♪ ♪ i wanna feel you un -- feel you under my body ♪ ♪ i wanna feel you un -- feel you under my body ♪ ♪ flex, time to impress ♪ come and climb in my bed ♪ don't be shy, do your thing ♪ it's all in my head ♪ flex, time to impress ♪ come and climb in my bed ♪ don't be shy, do your thing ♪ it's all in my head, yeah ♪ curtains like waves closing in all around us ♪ ♪ dimming the lights just so that they don't blind us ♪ ♪ so tongue and cheek when we're laying on roses ♪ ♪ but you're touching my skin, leaving me hopeless ♪
♪ i wanna feel you un -- feel you under my body ♪ ♪ i wanna feel you un -- feel you un ♪ ♪ flex, time to impress ♪ come and climb in my bed ♪ don't be shy, do your thing ♪ it's all in my head ♪ flex, time to impress ♪ come and climb in my bed ♪ don't be shy, do your thing ♪ it's all in my head, yeah ♪ i want you to complex with me, baby ♪ ♪ you got what i want and i need it ♪ ♪ take a hundred thousand and blow it ♪ ♪ another hundred and i love her ♪ ♪ flex till it's over ♪ i want to feel you un -- feel
you under my body ♪ ♪ flex, time to impress ♪ come and climb in my bed ♪ don't be shy, do your thing ♪ it's all in my head ♪ flex, time to impress ♪ come and climb in my bed ♪ don't be shy, do your thing ♪ it's all in my head, yeah ♪ it's all in my head ♪ it's all in my head, yeah ♪ it's all in my head [ applause ] >> fifth harmony and all our summer concert artists are at apple music.com/today. we are back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc.
valley and delaware. more showers especially likely at the shore, interior new jersey also getting that rainfall at the shore, cooler with the rain. lehigh valley mostly cloudy skies and for philadelphia warm to near 80 with a chance of more showers later today into this afternoon for the city. katy zachary is standing by live with a look at the roads out there. how is it going >> a quick check of your cameras throughout the area, issues of ponding we had earlier has spaetd. this is 95 as it meets up with blue route. there's a disabled vehicle on the blue route happened 10 minutes ago. there's a lane restriction because of it. moving into new jersey a live look at the 42 freeway at route 041. between route 55 and walt whitman bridge very little traffic, only five minutes. this memorial day vice president joe biden will attend a ceremony naming delaware national reserve center in new castle for his son who died of
cancer one year ago today. major joe biden an iraqi war veteran died of cancer at 56. at 1:00, dig any tears will be in montgomery county to honor fallen heroes. among them patrick murphy, a local remodeling company is also making a multimillion dollar donation for a housing project for veterans in fort washington. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. you can always
this morning on "today's take," it's girl power. fifth harmony takes center stage for our summer concert series. john cena tags in again as co-host and makes his triumphant return to the ring. plus, we have your sides covered for your memorial day cookout. all that and more coming up 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. we welcome you today on this memorial daymond, may 30th. usa! usa! i'm tamron hall alongside dylan. look who is in the building. >> in the building. i can't think of a better place
to be, than outside the building. >> so the chicago bears, you said -- >> it's gray outside, memorial day, kicking into warmer weather, change of the seasons. >> i want to know your secret. everything in here is moist and humid. i'm keeping my fro down. your skin is dewy. you look crisp. >> i do logrolls every morning. >> who picked this song? our team picked it, rightfully so. fifth harmony, still hanging out. >> incredible concert. >> they're still hanging out. >> people ask, what are people like behind the scenes? they stop and hug fans, selfies, men and women in uniform. they took their time to say hello. they are the biggest thing going right now in pop music.
they were absolute gems behind the scenes. >> good they're enjoying the ride. ♪ work, work, work, work >> you know this one? ♪ you gotta go to work, work, work, work, work ♪ >> throw in the fists here. >> they're here live. i won't ruin it. >> you have so much going on. >> it's a monday. >> every time you're here, you always have a million things going on. i don't know how you find time for us. >> you have something big coming up. >> yes. today, i'm here with you ladies. >> and then? >> thank you. >> that is eknorr gonorenormous. after this, i'll fly to wisconsin to make my triumphant return to "monday night raw." >> you're healed. we know that. >> i'm good. >> you're good. what's going to happen tonight? >> can't wear a blazer like this and not expect to get a scuffle. >> we're your friends, your girls. what scoop can you give us about tonight? >> the same i'll give you for every single "monday night raw" on the usa network. you never know what to expect.
it'll be action, energy, atmosphere personified. >> have you planned your entrance? >> i'll run down with a ton of energy and be happy to be there. i'm sure that the ww university of green bay planned a welcome for he. sometimes it's good, and sometimes it's not so good. >> okay. >> i really can't wait to see what's going to happen. >> how about we play this monday memory moment and look at the iconic entrances from mr. cena's past. >> this should be great. >> let's take a look. >> unbelievable! ♪ >> you're so cool. >> i will tell you the cool thing about tonight, ellen degeneres was kind enough to
give me a set of cargo shorts she bedazzled out and put her face on the side. i told her i'd wear them on "raw." she thought i was kidding. i'm going to wear them tonight on "raw." >> that's a little inside scoop. >> does it take away your edge, when you have ellen on your shorts? >> i've been wrestling for "wwe" for 30 years. my edge is now round. i'll go out with tons of gumption. >> i love that it'll also pay honor to the servicemen and women. >> this is a wonderful produced video. unreal. ♪ >> in america's cities and towns today, flags will be placed on graves and cemeteries. >> public officials will speak of the sacrifices and valor of
those whose memory we honor. >> i have no elusions about what little i can add now. >> silent testimony of those who gave their lives. >> willingly for their country. >> so amazing. you'll find the full clip on today.com. >> thank you for putting it on your website. i watched the whole video alone, and was brought to tears. it puts today and what today is all about in perspective. >> yes, it does. beautiful. monday night live raw, green bay, wisconsin, it airs on usa network, 8:00/7:00 central. look for the beldazzled ellen face, and that's how you know john is in the house. i have a debate for you. is a hot dog a sandwich or -- >> merriam-webster fueled the fire this weekend when they tweeted that the hot dog is a sandwich. then they posted a link to their definition. explaining why it's a sandwich.
they said, definition is two or more slices of bread or a split roll having a filling in between. or one slice of bread covered with food. 78% of our viewers think that it is not a sandwich. >> i agree. >> couldn't agree more. >> where do you stand? >> i always go to competition. we go to hot dog eating contests. there is a tray of hot dogs and a tray of buns. they eat hot dogs. so the hot dog isn't a sandwich because they eat the hot dogs and then the buns. >> right. >> professional eating solves most of my problems. i want you to know that. >> we had a tweet in. someone said that. >> take the hot dog out of the bun and it's still a hot dog, which is the point you're making. >> yes, and that is right there. >> hamburger wouldn't be a sandwich either? >> no, because a hamburger outside of the bun is still a hamburger. >> tis it?
>> the patty. >> what is a taco? >> that is a delicacy found at certain restaurants. >> heaven in happiness. >> what do you take on your dog? >> i kind of like it done up with the basics. i like a good, spicy mustard. >> do you? >> that's not basic. >> i can tell by the look of it. yeah, that's good. >> here's what i noticed, more than the condiment, both of you go in a straight line. you don't squiggle it. >> i only like designer clothes. i don't need it for my food. >> you squiggle it? >> it needs to look like the commercials. i need relish, too. >> i need relish, soauerkrautsa onion and gum afterwards. >> with a beer? >> or iced tea or whatever. >> it has to be tall. >> we got it going on. i'll handle the weather. everybody is grilling out today. they've been grilling out all weekend long. we need to know what's going to
happen today. it didn't start out great. up and down the east coast, it's all because of this tropical depression, the remnants of what was tropical storm bonnie for a short period. we have the moisture streaming up into the coast of north carolina, through virginia, through delaware, up into southern new jersey. it's still raining. it's clearing out. we could squeeze out sunshine. the more sunshine we see, the better it'll combine with the cold front and we'll see storms. we'll see rain, a break and good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a dreary memorial day and a chance we'll see more showers and possibly thunderstorms. 80 degrees in somerton. suburbs will see scattered showers. mainly cloudy skies. 77 in lansdale and lehigh valley plenty of clouds not too many showers during the day, temperatures climbing in to 80s. for new jersey and the jersey shore, better chance of seeing some rain. look at the temperatures for wildwood 69 degrees this afternoon and rain from lewis, scattered showers and 79 in wilmington.
have a great day. >> that's your latest forecast. >> thank you, dylan. up next, mentalist oz pearlman will get inside our heads again. >> i'm ready. >> with the magic of the mind. look who is with him. some of the men and women. >> great performer with a great audience. >> who defend this what if there was another way to look at relapsing multiple sclerosis? this is tecfidera. tecfidera is not an injection. it's a pill for relapsing ms that has the power to cut relapses in half. imagine what you could do with fewer relapses. tecfidera may cause serious side effects, such as allergic reactions, pml, which is a rare brain infection that usually leads to death or severe disability, and decreases in your white blood cells. the most common side effects are flushing and stomach problems.
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here for their service and remember the reason we are here today. why we're celebrating. everybody is having pool parties and barbecues. it is because of the sacrifice people made for this country that we have these freedoms. as such, we have some colors. colors that i love. red, white and blue. john, these colors -- i know you love them. i love them. you're a patriot. think of the crazy colors. few colors. close your eyes. colors that will shock me. >> this is where you weird me out, but i got it. >> don't pick one color yet. lock them in your mind. >> they're locked. >> dylan, tamron, john, everybody grab a balloon. >> i will defer. >> what a gentleman. >> we'll walk over to the servicemen and women. you are going to give a whack, random. >> what are we doing? >> one at a time? >> just throw them into the masses. anybody can catch. >> it's live. >> get it! >> you can't just throw a
balloon and not go for it. >> competition, baby. >> where are the balloons? who has the white balloon? >> one in the back. >> the gentleman with the red balloon, put it under your arm. hat under the other. makes your biceps look good. two handed wave. good technique. little beauty pageant in there. i like it. you're going to make a number with your hands. i'm a mentalist and i'll try to put thoughts in your mind. maybe you'll do this, 3 and 2, 32. if you do 11, you know what i'm saying? any number you want. make a number and go with that hand first. make a number and hold it us. 2. is that 22? >> deja vu. >> who has the white balloon? >> in the back. give me a wave. where are you from? >> virginia. >> where is the virginia love?
no virginia love? >> virginia is for lovers. >> we have military rivalries. virginia, tell us anywhere in the world, you'd spin the globe, you could go anywhere. where would you love to go? tell us a country you've never been to but you'd love to do. a country. >> brazil. >> nice choice. >> olympics. bring me with you, man. i'm in. has anyone been to brazil? >> how was it? >> awesome. >> there you go. >> right on. >> the worst when somebody says your bucket list item and they're like, terrible. the blue balloon, what is your name? >> jesse. >> did you see fifth harmony? they were playing and they were awesome. >> no. oh, yeah, i saw them. >> the super group that was amazing. tell us a name of a band or singer you are rocking out to. name any band or singer who you'd love to see their concert. >> five finger death punch. >> is that a john cena move?
>> it will be tonight. >> john cena, close your eyes. colors. crazy colors. i can see his eyes are going back and forth. two colors. you haven't chosen yet, right? >> no, haven't chosen. >> john, choose at this moment, one of the crazy colors. did i tell you what colors, gave you any influence? >> two weird, outlandish colors. think of the first letter of the color. don't say it. think of the last letter. you rolled your tongue a little. did the last letter of the color, is it an "r." >> you son of a bee sting. >> hold on. >> john, close your eyes, john cena. really brings out this man's eyes. what color is in your mind at this moment? >> lavender. >> what? >> shut the front door. i'm upset and fascinated at the
same time. >> oh, gosh. >> tamron, grab that blue balloon. >> thank you. fifth harmony is right over there. >> tamron, you'll see right away that there is something in there. there's a prediction. shake it. there's a piece of paper in that balloon. the red and white one, shake them up. nothing in there. tamron, i'll bring you over here. john, come over. we need to get the prediction out. we have a magic balloon opener. >> it'll work. >> watch yourself. >> what do i do? >> after the pefear of public speaking, popping a balloon in someone's hands is the next crazy fear. >> take this bag, tamron. >> what is it? >> vegetable bag. make sure it's empty. anything in there? >> nothing. >> we need to get this out. got it? john, come in front of me. >> i have a knife. >> i know. don't stab me or anybody else. >> i'm terrified. >> john, do your darnest.
i don't want to touch anything. tamron, there is a piece of paper inside. resume cover stock. the finalest for t efinest for . what is on the paper in the balloon? >> let's give a big virginia round of applause for our helpers. >> virginia round of applause, baby. >> i'm picturing us finlyg to brazil where we're going to have fun and planning to attend a justin bieber concert. >> wait, justin bieber concert. >> does he do a cover? >> you know i know the truth. >> keep going. >> in fact, we have 22 front rwh tickets. bad news. the show was sold out. we instead got tickets for five finger death punch. >> no!
>> what? >> give me a hug. bring it in here. >> had you ever heard of five finger death punch? >> the weirdest thing is we picked them at random. >> virginia, 22, five finger death punch. >> and brazil. >> and secretly loves justin bieber. >> no. >> it's okay. i do, too. >> you are amazing. >> thank you much. >> equally amazing is celebrity fishbowl. >> your minds are blown, right? >> yes. >> we'll have to regroup and get together. we have celebrity fishbowl coming up. >> john is going to dip in the fishbowl coming up. >> i am. plus, we get ready for some girl power. fifth harmony is here to kick start the summer with a hit song, after this. ♪ everybody go to work, 7 days ago, karen wasn't thinking about joining her daughter's yoga class. she was thinking about her joints.
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i like invisible. >> really? >> yeah. >> i like mind reading. >> i don't know. i'm invisible on "monday night raw." you can't see me all the time. not always that cool. >> one more. if you could trade places with someone for a day, who would it be? oh, that's a good one. someone who does food. something with eating. i don't know, like someone who makes cupcakes. taster at a cupcake you slurped it as a kid... you'll love it as a grown up. it's time for a spaghet-together! only at olive garden. enjoy a new deep dish spaghetti pie topped with chicken alfredo a new spaghetti infused with flavor. or, create your own with your choice of 5 homemade sauces. starting at $12.99 with unlimited salad and breadsticks. why not give them a twirl? let's make spaghetti fun again. olive garden. we're all family here.
good morning. i'm lauren mayk. it's wet memorial day out there. let's get the forecast from nbc 10 first meteorologist bill henley. >> especially dreary at the shore. look at ocean city. people are out riding bikes, running and walking in spite of the wet weather and the rain is streaming right up the coast to the delaware beaches and jersey shore. inland a few staurts and a chance of more showers during the day today. mainly cloudy for philadelphia and areas west and that will limit the warm up. coolest spot at the shore 68 degrees in ocean city and atlantic city. temperatures will stay in the 60s on the beach today. that wet weather is causing
some problems onto roads. katy zachary has been watching that for us all morning. >> you know we had some ponding, considerable ponding onto roads earlier. that fortunately has dissipated until the next round of storms moves in. this is a live look up at 95 in northeast philadelphia at academy road heading southbound between woodhaven and the vine. a quick trip of 13 minutes. if you're headed back to the shore earl, 42 freeway and 95 both with a green light, looking good. the devon fair and horse show is up and running. they got a $1 million makeover. you'll notice improvements to the performance ring. count on nbc 10 to keep you up to date on any cancellations or changes for events this memorial day. use the nbc 10 app to make your plans around today's weather in your neighborhood. i'm lauren mayk. we'll have another update in about 25 minutes. now back to the "today" show.
taking a look at the headlines. the cincinnati zoo is open today after a terrifying incident over the weekend that left a little boy with only minor injuries when he fell into the gorilla exhibit. cell phone video capture d the horrifying moments. the boy fell ten feet into a mote, where one of the gorillas pulled him away. the zoo's special animal response team shot the gorilla because they felt the boy's life was in danger. outdoor activities on hold for millions of americans as they observe a stormy memorial day. the remains of tropical depressi depression bonnie are moving up the east coast. bonnie drenched the carolinas on sunday, shutting down a stretch of interstate 95, and keeping beach goers out of the rough surf. homes were flooded in georgia. in texas, a new round of flash flooding led to six deaths and
mandatory evacuations. three of hollywood's biggest names seemed star struck when they met pope francis at the veteran sunday. salma hayek, richard gere and george clooney, who served as ambassadors for the education foundations founded by the pope. salma clooney also spoke with the pope. "x-men" apocalypse is at the top spot at the box office, bringing in $65 million. "alice through the looking glass" was second with $28 million. "angry birds" fell to third. they call him the human arr arrow. he successfully performed a stunt at the great wall of china on sunday. he dropped from a helicopter at 6,000 feet. flew through the air at 120 miles per hour. hit a target suspended over the
great wall of china. he's jumped from paris's eiffel tower and the christ redeemer statue in rio de janeiro. dylan, how do we top that? >> i can't and i ever never try. taking a look at the weather. spotty showers in the southern and northern plains. also watching the remnants of bonnie through the carolinas. as we get to the middle of the week, unsettled in the carolinas. storminess will build in across texas, oklahoma area, the same areas hard hit could see more storms this week. same goes to the end of the week, as well. northeast, it's unsettled by thursday and friday. temperature wise, it is going to stay above average in the northeast, but below average temperatures work into the plains. we're good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a dreary memorial day and a chance we'll see more showers and possibly thunderstorms. 80 degrees in somerton. suburbs will see scattered showers. mainly cloudy skies. 77 in lansdale and lehigh valley
plenty of clouds not too many showers during the day, temperatures climbing in to 80s. for new jersey and the jersey shore, better chance of seeing some rain. look at the temperatures for wildwood 69 degrees this afternoon and rain for lewis, scattered showers and 79 in wilmington. have a great day. >> that's your latest forecast. john and tamron? >> thank you. ever since competing on the "x factor" in 2012, the ladies of fifth harmony have been on a roll with hit singles like "worth it" and "work from home." >> they're out with their second album "7/27," and are going on tour. i bet they'll be performing on 7/27. >> let's welcome fifty harmony. ally, camila, lauren, normani and dinah. you rocked it out this morning. how did it feel? >> great. >> it was really fun. we still have the post-sweaty hair and the makeup.
the fans enjoyed it, and we did, too. we love performing. >> i have to say, we actually share the workplace. i didn't get a chance to at wrestle mania, but you performed "america the beautiful" at at&t stadium. i didn't get a chance to say thank you. i wanted to say thank you. >> thank you. >> what was it like at at&t stadium, in front of $100,0100, people? >> we've never performed in front of that many people. i think it was the largest crowd. to be introduced to a different demographic, it was amazing for us. to open the show, it was awesome. >> wwe's biggest event, and you did a great rendition of "america the beautiful." >> meeting you today is so cool. >> have i mentioned they're fantastic liars? >> wow. >> no, no! >> let me picture this. you are fans of john. >> yes. >> did you know john will be hosting the espy awards? >> we didn't know tamron is on
campai campaign? >> celebratie ining "7/27." we have to get john to upstage. >> you need to dance. >> you can kind of do your own deal and make your own dance. >> you could. >> let's see what you have. >> let's see, john. >> it's a two step. it's what i got. >> that's good. >> i got this. >> look at that leg. >> little bit of that. i've been watching. that's all i have. aside from, you know, the shopping cart. >> you can do an invisible hair flip. >> yes! >> ladies, we want him to do well. >> soak in the music. >> this is not right. you have to show me what to do.
>> come on. >> hold on. wait a second. you guys not only gather and pray before shows, but you also booty pop. >> yeah. >> how do i do that? >> it's in your knees. bend it. put your hands on your knees. pop. >> you have to bend your back. >> arch my back. i'm good? >> yeah. >> now what? >> pop it. >> move up and down. >> yeah! >> espys, get ready! my booty is getting ready for the espys. >> we have something coming up for you. your birthday is tomorrow. >> it is. ♪ happy birthday ♪ happy birthday >> that's so sweet. >> happy birthday. good luck with the album. best of luck with the tour. thank you so much for
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this morning on today food, we're kicking off the summer barbecue season with some simple sides. if you still need some ideas of what to serve your family, we have you covered. southern style. we're doing double duty with the chefs of root and bone here in new york city. did i say it right? >> you got it. >> good morning. so nice to have you here. >> good morning. thank you for having us again. excited to be here. >> we're starting off with corn three ways. >> yes. >> a lot of corn ingredients.
>> exactly. it's the season for corn right now. three corn grilled with a butter so you get a blanch. >> everybody has a different technique for oiling corn. >> we're going in all the way. all the natural stuff on the outside. boil this for five minutes. >> okay. >> once you pull it out, we're going to pull the husk back, just like so. >> comes off like that? >> yeah. already started it there. we have this cool trick. we take a leaf and make a handle out of it. >> we think it looks cool when you grill it and you have this rustic look. >> so cool. it's like a handle. >> very cool. where do we go from here? >> another way to do the corn, we have cornbread. take leftover cornbread. we have milk seeping here. throw the corn in. you'll leave it in for five minutes or so. get it nice and goo y, a little salt and pepper. >> will the corn break down or do you blend it?
>> jeanine will show us the next step. >> i have all the cornbread and the milk. i'm going to come in with some cold butter. >> cornbread calls for butter. >> i'll turn this on quick. blend it until it's smooth. >> okay. >> when it comes out, it'll look like this. beautiful and silky. this is luxurious. >> amazing. is that a topping for the corn? >> yes. topping for the corn. >> corn, corn, corn. >> i'll give the sweet corn a little brush with olive oil. >> okay. the corn is already cooked at this point, and now you're charring it up a bit? >> exactly. the hard work is done. we'll get a char on this. >> okay. >> season with salt and pepper. it'll go on this grill pan here. >> i love the sizzle. charred corn is over here. >> magic of tv, the corn is already charred. >> unbelievably quickly. >> amazing grill. >> right. >> we cut the corn in pieces,
make it manageable. >> we'll leave this guy a handle and take this gooey, hot, cornbread pure re. >> i could eat this whole bowl. >> i'm not good at this, at all. >> we like to keep it natural. >> little more? >> adds a crunch. >> top it with popcorn. you can use microwave popcorn? >> yes, you can. this is my favorite, the vegetable popcorn. >> beautiful. >> this is one of the sides. i love grilled romaine lettuce. >> you'd never think to grill romaine, but it's perfect. great vegetable to grill. olive oil on the grill for 45 seconds. we have blue cheese dressing here, which i'm going to drizzle on this plate. >> all our grilled toppings. running out of time. >> new school wedge salad. >> this is amazing. >> i'll get to this.
thank you so much. for this recipe and more, head to today.com/food and click on the grilling tab. up next, one more song from fifth harmony, right after this. what do you got? restrained driver in a motor vehicle. sir, can you hear me? two, three. just hold the bag. we need a portable x-ray, please! [ nurse ] i'm a nurse. i believe in the power of science and medicine. but i'm also human. and i believe in stacking the deck. [ female announcer ] to nurses everywhere, thank you, from johnson & johnson. [ female announcer ] to nurses everywhere, amber assumed all ranch dressings were made equal.rror. assume nothing. hidden valley ranch has artificial flavors. kraft ranch has no artificial flavors. no synthetic colors. no wonder it tastes so good.
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good morning. i'm lauren mayk. the weather could be changing some plans on this holiday. let's get the forecast froms 12340 first alert meteorologist bill henley. >> this is not what everybody is hoping for on memorial day. look at the steady rain at the shore and delaware beaches. this is streaming up, remnants of tropical storm bonnie with lots of moisture in the atmosphere. some will make its way inland. scattered showers is what we're looking at right now into the
philadelphia area and south jersey. gloucester, camden counties, salem counties seeing a few rain drops. north and west chance of some showers as we go through the day but not the steady rain and the shore and delaware beaches will see. thanks, bill. katy zachary is keeping an eye onto roads. how is it looking >> if we take a look at the shore this is the toll plaza onto garden state parkway in somers points. you can see the long line of traffic heeded northbound onto garden state parkway. a lot of people sadly this memorial day at the shore is a wash for so many are leaving the shore early. you do have traffic ahead of you if you're one of those leaving. there's a wash right at route 322 and kings highway. thanks. today memorial day we honor and remember those who died serving our country. in just a few minutes a wreath ceremony will be held aboard the battleship new jersey in camden followed by a naturalization
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