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updates. always get up to the minute updates and weather and traffic throughout the day. >> with your nbc 10 app. thanks for watching. . good morning. terror in turkey. chilling video of the suicide bombings that rocked istanbul's main airport. at least 41 people killed, more than 140 injured. isis most likely to blame. this morning why officials fear more attacks could be coming. sgloot politics of terror. >> there is something going on that is really, really bad. >> donald trump and hillary clinton both weighing in on the bombings. clinton saying the u.s. cannot retreat, trump renewing his call to bring back waterboarding. >> you have to fight fire with fire. fiery crash, the desperate search for three missing workers
after a head-on train collision in texas. crews sifting through the smoldering wreckage this morning. how did the two trains end up on the same track. and strong start, michael phelps shines at the u.s. olympic swim trial. today wednesday, june 29, 2016. >> narrator: from nbc news, this is today with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. happy to have tamron hall here once again. >> but sadly we start the morning with yet another terror attack affecting the world. >> this one in istanbul, our top story. the death toll climbed to at least 41 people. as we've said, more than 140 others were injured. >> the white house quickly
condemned the bombing labeling then heinous terrorist attack and this morning flights have been suspended. >> we have complete coverage beginning with richard engel, he's at the airport this istanbul. richard, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. the governor in this city says that of the 41 killed, at least they include 23 turkish nationals and 10 foreign nationals. but some of the victims haven't been definitively identified. the prime minister said that isis is the likely suspect respect that attackers arrived in taxicabs, got out of of their vehicle and started their attack. the cleanup this morning, and tightened security after three suicide bombings at one of the world's busiest transport hubs. security cameras captured one of the blasts right at the arrivals hall. nbc news has not independently
confirmed the video. that explosion destroyed a glass wall opening the way to another bomber to get inside the arrival area. three coordinated attacks and curbside and in the terminal. >> people were shooting and we all ran the other way. and then bombs went off and we started running the other way and there was more shooting. >> reporter: there was panic as passengers hid or ran for their lives. police reacted swiftly and bravely. a porter said he saw policeman tackle one militant. security camera footage appears to show an officer shoot another attacker who drops his gun. the policeman quickly backs away just seconds before that attacker detonates a bomb. some of the dead and injured were taken away by taxi. a source says a coordinated attack is consistent with isis, trgs occur eye president erdogan
called it an attack on the entire human race. nbc news reported earlier this month that isis had moved more than 35 militants from its base in syria into turkey to carry out attacks during the muslim holly month of ramadan. and an official says more attacks could come in the final days of ramadan which ends this week. i must say this city and this airport have recovered quite quickly. work to rebuild has already begun. flights have resumed, passengers are coming in and out of is this this city. very different than what we saw in brussels where that airport was shut down for days. this city is calling on world leaders to get behind turkey. there have been international diplomacy efforts already this morning with turkey calling on
the world to get behind it fight isis. >> richard engel in istanbul, thanks very much. michael leiter served under both presidents bush and obama and now executive vice president working with the federal government working on national security matters. michael, good morning. the video we're seeing out of the airport, the surveillance video, is both horrifying and extraordinary. based on what you're seeing, based on the coordination, based on the target, do you agree with the others who are leaning toward isis? >> shoabsolutely. it wassophisticated, targeting western civilians. and it's very unlikely to be one of the kurdish terrorist groups which really focus on turkish targets, turkish security organizations. this will turn out to be isis. >> what about the timing here? turkey has been criticized even by the u.s. for not doing more to keep syrian fighters there
going in and out of syria. isis fighters. so the timing of the end of ramadan, why do you believe they would strike now? >> isis has been pushing for attacks during ramadan and it's also under some pressure in syria this makes it slightly more likely that they would attack on the outside. turkey has been a very tough ally in this fight against isis, really up until last july. they weren't doing as much as the u.s. would like to stop people from getting in to syria and iraq. but beginning this ju in july, that hturned that around. and i think for all those ro reasons, alignment with the west, tourists are a prime target. >> this is an airport, it strikes at the heart of trance either and tourism. and in europe and other capitals, they have done this expanding of a perimeter at these airports. different by the way than what
we do in this country. they stop people before they even enter any airport facility, check packabac baggage and some tickets, but the terrorists strike at the soft targets. >> you have it right. the fact is that moving security away from the planes is a good thing. we have to have security for the cargo and for the bags and people getting on the planes. but as you push that security perimeter out, it's not as though the terror threat goes away. it simply adjusts to those other checkpoints. and i think the turns ks were pushing the interim ter out, but not beyond the airport line. so i think in the u.s. what we will likely see even over this holiday weekend is a greater move to push the per recommend ter out, but people have to recognize automatic those choke points, there are real security vulnerabilities. >> always appreciate your
perspective. thank you very much. and just like the march bombings at the brussels airports, these attacks occurred before security check points and questions are being raised about how to maintain a high level of security at airports overseas and in the u.s. tom costello is at reagan national for us this morning. tom, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the united states has now lifted the ground stop for flights leaving the u.s. for turkey and some flights have already left for turkey. meanwhile, to pick up on the conversation with michael leiter, where do you start airport security? do you start right here at a tsa checkpoint or do you move it out to the curb or parking lot? it's all a target. at select u.s. airports this morning, high profile tactical police units have increased visibility and added determent just hours after istanbul, the second attack on a major airport in just three hospitalmonths.
overseas, no airline can fly directly to the u.s. if the airport isn't meet strict u.s. security standards. admiral peter neffenger. >> we enspect to make sure they meet the standards. that includes the people and cargo. >> is is that security good enough? >> we feel it is. >> reporter: meanwhile at home, originating the tsa lines we saw during the spring is a logistical and security priority. >> making sure it doesn't continue to bag up so you're creating a soft target. >> reporter: the tsa is responsible for screening passengers while local police secure airport perimeters. but some airport police unions have long complained of too many access points and too few armed officers. >> when they can spend millions or billions of dollars for
beautification projects, they surely can spend that homoney, e that money for security improvements. >> reporter: this morning a renewed focus on security on both sides of the checkpoint. nationwide the number of airport perimeter access points varies there airport to airport. the tsa has been pushing airports to limit those, but again, still no agreement on that. guys, back to you. >> tom costello, thank you very much. on the campaign trail, both donald trump and hillary clinton are weighing in on the attack. peter alexander has that part of the story. >> good morning. candidates with dueling responses to the attack. donald trump casting himself as the strong man, calling for the u.s. to, quote, fight viciously and violently because he says we're dealing with violent and vicious people. hillary clinton presenting herself as steady handed saying the attack only strengthens our resolve to defeat the forces of terrorism. >> reporter: in the wake of the turkish airport attack, donald
trump with this dire warning. >> folks, there is something going on that is really, really bad. we better get smart and we better get tough or we're not going to have much of a country left. >> reporter: trump's campaign with a rapid response, more disciplined than in the past, offering prayers for the victims' families, compare that to trump's self congratulatory tweet after the orlando massacre. trump did reiterate his call for waterboarding and says even that is not tough enough for terrorists. >> you have to fight fire with fire. >> reporter: for hillary clinton, no public comments, but this statement arguing the u.s. cannot retreat. and pushing to deepen our koopg with our allies and partners to defeat radical jihadism. the latest terror spree on the heels of the house benghazi committee blister rg report blaming the obama administration and especially the military for the failed response to the attacks that killed four
americans including ambassador chris stevens. still no smoking gun against the former secretary of state. >> i'll leave to others to characterize this report, but i think it's pretty clear it's time to move on. >> reporter: her campaign posting this video, hammering the investigation as a political charade. trump blasting benghazi as another hillary clinton failure. his team now fundraising off the promise that electing him this fall will help get clinton indicted. back in the battleground state of ohio, trump in graphic terms trashing the transpacific partnership trade deal that republicans widely support. >> done and pushed by special interests who want to rape our country just a continuing rape of our country. >> reporter: president obama on npr dismissing trump's effort to cast himself as a champion for american workers. >> he's hardly a spokesperson for a -- a legitimate
spokesperson for a populous search from working class people. >> ahead of the republican convention, they are reportedly looining up iconic sports names to appear. that list includes mike tyson, mike ditka and bobby knight, as well. but overnight, trump pushed back and said tyson has not been asked to speak, still trump added i'm sure he'd do a good job if he was. >> peter, thank you very much. in other news this morning, federal investigators are at the scene of a fiery head-on train collision in texas. that forced the evacuation of a nearby neighborhood. janet shamlian has the littest. >> reporter: this morning a desperate search under way for three crew members still missing after two trains collided head-on tuesday in texas. the question now, why were the two trains on the same track. this video capturing the moments right after impact. just before 9:00 m a, the two
freight trains colliding near the up to of panhandle 30 miles northeast of amarillo. >> these were what we call inter-mobile trains, in other words, mixed freight primarily with consumer goods. >> reporter: smoke and flames from twisted metal cargo containers could be seen from miles away. >> we have three engines respondinging. >> reporter: authorities rush to go rescue the crew members on board. >> do we have anany entrapment? >> yes, sir, three. >> reporter: officials say as the trains barreled down the tracks towards each other, one of the four crew members jumped from the train to save his life. the burlington northern sap take fay railway company which owns both trains says the search continues for the other. >> we are still in search mode for the other three employees. their families have been contacted and at this point we get closer to examine the scene and then we will proceed. >> reporter: the cause of the crash is still unknown. for "today," janet shamlian, nbc news, houston. now to some newly released
911 call logs from the orlando night club massacre. they're revealing a chilling minute by minute account of the worst mass shooting in u.s. history. here is gabe guttierez. >> reporter: 2:02, the first report of shots fired over the phone 911 dispatchers hear gunfire and cries for help. caller is whispering, in the bathroom, open line hearing 20 to 0 gunshots. within a half hour, detail ps the gunman start trickling in, 2:5, subject has chin strap facial hair. 2:40, the shooter is saying he pledges to the islamic state. and possible explosives in the parking lot. 2:51, subject advises that he is a terrorist. then a flood of calls from inside the club, subject trying to leave small dressing room, staying put now. hearing screaming. lieutenant davis o'dell was at the firehouse just 300 feet away that night. >> i could hear the steady methodical pow, pow, pow, i could hear the gunshots.
>> so you were hearing all the gunshots? >> yeah, from right inside the bay here. >> reporter: among text messages just released, one from the fire marshal, code enforcement is here, showed me a picture where the club owner had blooked the exit with a coke machine. but an attorney for the club's owner writes that is untrue. and the fire department now says we have no indication that exits were blocked. finally, the 5:02, three hours after the first call, the s.w.a.t. team bleaches the club. hints later, a dispatcher writes bad guy down. >> very dynamic fluid situation club. hints later, a dispatcher writes bad guy down. >> very dynamic fluid situations bad guy down. >> very dynamic fluid situation. i think the officers did a tremendous job based on the information we knew at the time. >> reporter: today the memorial outside the pulse night club is growing, but the shock in this community still hasn't warn off. for "today," gabe guttierez, nbc news, orlando. newly obtained surveillance video shows the dramatic moments when a man was shot by secret service on the white house grounds. we want to warn you the video is graphic. officials say 31-year-old jesse
oliveri walked toward the white house on may 20th, carrying a hand gun in his right hand. he ignored several commands by secret service to drop the gun. as he approaches, a security checkpoint, an agent shoots him once. he survived and was taken to a hospital. the secret service says oliveri says he came to the white house to, quote, shoot people. president obama was not there at the time. now the mysterious disappearance of the contractor involved in the tragic christmas day fire in connecticut take killed three young girls and their grandparents back in 2011. according to the stamford advocate, a superior court judge has scheduled an emergency hear to go discuss michael's whereabouts and where he hasn't turned over construction documents that were requested as part of a wrong it will death lawsuit filed by the girls' father matthew badger. michael had initially taken blame for the fire, but later he changed his story claiming that
it was his former girlfriend that had actually mishandled the ashes. his lawyer says he hasn't been al to get a hold of his client. let's get the first check of the weather with al roker looking dapper. >> that you think very much. people damp this in colorado. coors field, they had hail, lightning, damaging winds and a lot of rain. look at those flags flying. we have more strong storms, same system now mushipushing to the pushing through kansas making their way to the south. ve we have a risk of strong storms especially out to the west. hail and possibly damaging winds. and then as part of a stationery front, you can see right down through the gulf, more scattered showers and thunderstorms, frequent lightning, heavy downpours and a lot of heavy rain. dodge city to springfield, could be 2 to 3 inches of rain and
into the panhandle of florida and southern georgia, possibility of 2 to 4 inches of rain creating some flashing good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. grab your sunglasses. we'll see more and more sunshine today. look at the temperatures, upper 80s this afternoon. humidity will be dropping, thanks to northwesterly winds. you'll feel that lower humidity in the suburbs and lehigh valley. for new jersey and the jersey shore, northwesterly winds, both spots in the 80s this afternoon.
atlantic city, 86 degrees and a good warmup, too, for smyrna and wilmington. middle 80s this afternoon. have a great day. and that is your latest weather. coming ming up, airbnb is n suing its hometown of san francisco. and is this new dress from nike should short for the court? but first, this is "today" on nbc. i survived breast cancer. if the doctors hadn't caught it early i might not be sitting here. so i'm outraged that
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around girard avenue. no huge problems or delays but pretty typical right now for 22 minutes headed southbound from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway. we're traacking on ten minutes your morning drive right now. watching an accident scene in lawrence township in new jersey on 295 headed northbound around route 1, exit 67. the ramp is partially blocked there. vai? >> thank you, jessica. this morning, police are look for the person who stabbed a cab driver seven times during a ride in camden. i just got a text from the camden police chief. he says they're looking for a hispanic male in his 20s wearing a light colored t-shirt. they hope to get the video to us sometime later today. the driver is expected to be okay. fox chase cancer center in northeast philadelphia will host a cancer moonshot summit today. vice president joe biden will address the summit in live streamed remarks from washington.
7:30 on a wednesday morning, june 29, 2016. a little camera time on the plaza. it will be a nice day here in the northeast. >> and there is new fallout from britain's vote to leave the european union. eu leaders are meeting in brussels today to discuss the group's future and for the first time in more than four decades, a representative from the uk is not there. that massive blue whale tangled in fishing line off the coast of california hasn't been seen in more than a day now. rescue crews went out tuesday looking for the whale. they have so far failed to spot
it. and of course the big story today, the death toll is ritz rising from the terror attack in istanbul. 41 people were killed by three suspected isis suicide bombers. >> little aerlier this morning, we talked to richard cownan, he and his wife had just landed. i asked him to describe what he saw and heard. >> we were headed to passport security control when all of a sudden people turned around and started running toward us, people were screaming, we heard people yelling bomb, yelling that there was a gun, someone had a gun, people eventually just started hiding behind objects and waiting for news of what was going on. that was the general situation for about three hours, kind of waiting around in the airport waiting for information. after exiting the building, we really saw the extent of the damage, a lot of smashed glass,
collapsed ceiling, blood on the floor, a lot of clothing spread across the floor, a lot of medical personnel, a lot of chaos outside the building, as well. things seem to have calmed down now, but last night the scene here was definitely chaotic and people waited for their friends and family to leave the airport and also take away the wounded. we ended up walking down the highway a few miles and catching a ride into town actually from a random stranger. so encouraging to see that even in situations like this, the random acts of kindness also prevailed. >> that was a little earlier this morning. he and his wife at that airport as it all unfolded. >> and hearing him talk about the ran domt act of a stranger. my goodness. let's turn to al roker. >> it's that time of year, big area of high pressure dominating and it brings up the how much
o moisture out of the gulf and we start to see the southwestern mop soons, increased storms, heavy rain leads to cooler temperatures. but they need the rain. tucson gets generally about 6 inches of rain out of the monsoons, yearly about 12 inches. so albuquerque and tucson, they get nearly half of their yearly rainfall out of this system. and over the next three days, they will be anywhere there 1 to 3 inches of rain, so the flood threat will increase daily and with the thunderstorm, you may good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. grab your sunglasses. we'll see more and more sunshine today. look at the temperatures, upper 80s this afternoon. humidity will be dropping, thanks to northwesterly winds. you'll feel that lower humidity in the suburbs and lehigh valley. for new jersey and the jersey shore, northwesterly winds, both spots in the 80s this afternoon.
atlantic city, 86 degrees and a good warmup, too, for smyrna and wilmington. middle 80s this afternoon. have a great day. get that weather anytime you need it, weather channel on cable, weather.com online. guys. >> thank you, al. well, there is growing tension this morning between torning ber website airbnb and its hometown of san francisco. joe fryer here to explain what is going on. >> good morning, guys. at issue, san francisco has an ordinance aimed at home sharing websites like airbnb and home away, hosts renting out their homes are required to original sister with t register with the city, but now the city says if they don't, the websites will be fined p. san francisco might be airbnb's hometown, but these days the web seat feels like a stranger in its open home. this month the city by the bay passed and ordinary nanz promise
to go fine air brchirbnb $1,000 for every unregistered host. at this point just under 20% have actually registered. critics believe short term rentals put a big dent in the affordability housing market. >> we know home sharing is here to stay. we welcome it. but there has to be some protection of our housing otherwise we are going to lose our middle class. >> reporter: in response, airbnb is now suing the city in federal court arguing the new rental rules violate the company's first amendment rights by holding it accountable for content published by users. in a lengthy statement posted on air b and b's website, the company calls the city's registration process broken adding the new law officials down on a broken system would i threatening websites that don't remove home sharers who can't navigate a confusing, inefficient bureaucratic process that often takes months to
complete. katherine bloom rents out in her home, her place is booked 21 nights this month generating much needed income. >> some months are better than others. in my other world. but it's been a real god send. >> reporter: she argues hosts should have to register, but says the city needs to improve the process. >> they should be trying to do everything they can to make it work properly, smoothly, you know, fairly. and, yes, let's get rid of the bad can guys, but let's not hurt the good guys in the process. >> reporter: but city leaders insist can guys, but let's not the good guys in the process. >> reporter: but city leaders insistcan guys, but let's not h the good guys in the process. >> reporter: but city leaders insist their system is not broken. sglefr business has to follow reasonable regulations thachbd's what we're talking about here. >> the city argues they're trying to regulate business activity, not year content. and there are other cities that wrestle with rules for home sharing sites.
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>> it's a career that is back on track. >> do you have anything to say? >> following rough times after the lochb done games including a dui and stint if rehab that phelps spoke with me about. did you check yourself into treatment because you had a drinking problem or a public relations problem? fwli checked myself in because i think at a point in my life where i needed to figure things out. >> those life changes include thinking a fiance and father. >> i'm happier than i've ever been in my life. >> and now phelps, who turns 31 on thursday, is ready to write his final olympic chapter in gold. >> how is training going now? what is the difference? >> i want to be here. that is the difference. i want to retire how i want to retire. and i have a great opportunity to do that. >> he had a really strong swim last night. he can qualify for rio in the
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dylan is in the orange room talking about the intersection of tennis and fashion. >> we certainly are. there is a lot to talk about with wimbledon. yesterday we told you about the unlikely star. unthinkable odds to reach the second round and this morning he's up against roger federer. federer is ranked number three. he has 17 grand slams compared to willis' zero and his career wins 176 versus willis' one. but i guess willis has fewer losses, so you can look at that as a plus. and it is the fashion that has people's attention. and raising eyebrows. this is the outfit the that nike designed for women to wear at wimbledon. some players like it.
but others are unhappy with the super short design. katie says she had to tie fan bringing around the waist to make work for her. nike says they can bring them for unspecified alterations. a rethhthat serena williams jus refused to wear it and got her own. i like it, i don't know how works with the whole tennis action going on, but today's just me. i don't play tennis. >> may be better for like a summer outing. >> yeah, not if you're trying to serve and the fabric is flipping up in your face. >> but it's not as revealing as some of the other outfits. well, just ahead, welcome back potter? what sources say about a possible return to his most famous role. but first, your local news.
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nbc 10 news starts now. good morning, i'm vai sikahema. just before 8:00, looks like it's clearing up nicely outside. let's get our forecast from nbc 10 first alert meteorologist bill henley. >> we're enjoying lots of sunshine and a nice breeze blowing. not a strong wind but it's the direction that's important. it's a northwesterly wind, dry air coming in. you'll feel the difference today. the humidity coming way down. the temperatures starting to come up, 72 degrees in delaware. the fog has completely disappeared from the lehigh valley, was thick fog in east then morning. 82 degrees at 1:00 this afternoon. warming into the middle 80s to upper 80s today. suburbs 84, 87 in philadelphia. look at the 80s even at the shore into the 80s, thanks to the same northwesterly winds. vai? >> thank you, bill. let's get a check of area roads with jessica boyington, looking at traffic patterns.
>> we're on 95 right now, a few accidents that have occurred in the last couple of minutes or so. we're still watching the clearing of one. 95 headed southbound around enterprise avenue, coming off the girard point bridge. it is over into the right-hand lane. traffic is moving by right now. also watching an accident in horsham on norristown road and powerline trail. the eight-day wawa welcome america festival is in full swing as we count down to the city's fourth of july celebration on monday. this morning, runners hit the steps of the philadelphia museum of art for the go forth and work out like rocky event. here's a look at the rest of today's wawa welcome america event. this afternoon it's go forth and read. at 7:00 tonight, catch a screening of "rocky" outside the art museum. for a complete calendar of wawa welcome america events, go to
it's 8:00 on "today." and coming up, is it worth it? more than 60 million women get routine pelvic exams every year, but how experts say they may not be necessary. do they save lives or should you skip it? plus social media star search. we're on a summer long mission to find the next big thing online. teaming up and becoming bloggers, all in an attempt to go viral. >> i'm shaking because i'm your youtube social star. and the scorned identity. there is a man standing on the bridge behind you. he is holding a package and i need that package.
>> um -- >> and you need to do this right now. >> matt damon pranks unsuspecting people by luring them into spy game scenarios. do they fall for it? today wednesday, june 29, 2016. ♪ >> we're from alabama. >> ohio. >> san antonio, texas. ♪ >> road trip from oklahoma. >> hi, seattle. we're so happy to be here at the "today" show. >> in new york city. >> we're back now, 8:00 on a wednesday morning. it's the 29th day of june, 2016.
take a look at the crowd here in new york. what a beautiful day in midtown, manhattan. this is kind of a victory lap for me and al because this is the scene of our stupendous victory in the tod"today" show grand prix on tuesday. >> natalie believes her car wasn't working right. >> she just didn't make the turn, that's all. >> well, you know what, more fun today on the plaza. coming up, jill martin helps you kick back and relax with a special steals and deals. and she's promising to really wow us with what is being called an unbeaten mega deal. >> i love when she gets like that. let's go ipsz inside, natalie has a check of the top stories. turkey is on high alert this
morning for the possibility of more terrorist attacks a day after deadly airport bombings. richard engel is in istanbul. good morning. >> reporter: the governor in this city says the death toll now stands at 41 with 23 of the victims being turkish nationals, 10 others foreign nationals. still some of the victims have yet to be definitively identified. the prime suspect in the attack is isis. the prime minister says the militants arrived in taxicabs, got out of their vehicles, began to open fire and detonate their devices. the cleanup this morning, and tightened security after three suicide bombings at one of the world's busiest transport hubs. security cameras captured one of the blasts right at the arrivals hall at istanbul's international airport. that explosion witnesses say destroyed a glass wall, opening
the way for another bomber to get inside the arrival area. three coordinated attacks at curbside and in the terminal. >> people were shooting. we all ran the other way. and then bombs went off and people started running the other way and there was more shooting. >> reporter: there was panic as passengers hid or ran for their lives. police reacted swiftly and bravely. a porter says he saw policeman tackle one militant. camera footage appears to show an officer shoot another attacker who drops his gun. the policeman quickly backs away, just seconds before that attacker detonates a bomb. some of the dead and injured were taken away by taxis. a u.s. intelligence source says the coordinated attack is consistent with isis. there is a concern that this could be just the start of a wave of isis attacks before the
end of ramadan. i must say the city and airport are recovering quickly, already the airport has reopened and some reconstruction begun. natalie. >> richard engel, thank you 37 and within hours of that terror strike, tactical police units increased their advise at here at home at some u.s. airports, both at a deterrent and to reassure travelers. homeland security says it is monitoring airports here, but there has been no status change. the attack also added new urgency to efforts to reduce long checkpoint lines. donald trump and hillary clinton condemned the istanbul attack but disagreed on how the u.s. should respond. trump says we must fight fire with fire. he told a rally in saint clairesville, ohio that the trusts probably think americans are weak and have no leadership. clinton tweeted the attack reminds us the united states cannot retreat and must deepen our cooperation with our allies
to take on this threat. a spokane, washington father tried to make a point by matching his daughter's racy selfie photos pose for pose. take a clerk. he says his daughter refused to tone down the pictures she's toasting online, so the comedian radio host recreated the selfies right down to the bare midriff and body art. kathy is thrilled that people are sharing and liking her dad's photos. she thinks of them as his legacy. i don't think that's quite how he wanted her to position. >> so it's escalated. >> such a cool dad, you're getting more followers. >> no good deed goes unpippished. thank you very much. coming up, a popular staple in your kitchen that one very well-known chef says is a waste of your money. p. and is he saying there is a chance? what daniel radcliffe just
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news on pelvic exams. a panel of experts now says that those exams may not be needed. around 76% of the gyn offices include them, but a task force says there is not enough evidence to prove the exams save lives. and there are serious concerns over the worry that false positives can cause. here with more, dr. natalie a r azar. good to see you. as i told you in the commercial break, it does get confusing when you hear conflicting information. so what should we absorb on this? >> what the task force is saying is that there is insufficient evidence, not that they're recommending for or against, they're saying there is not evidence to make a recommendation for or against an annual pelvic examine in women to screen for four conditions they were looking at. ovarian cancer, as well as three different infectious diseases or sexually transmitted diseases.
and that is the important take home. they are not saying women should not be going to their ob/gyns every year for a well investigatiovis it. >> so most women will tell you that the pelvic exam is no fun. if you hear that there is no evidence, that means skip it. >> right. so skipping the pelvic portion of the exam versus skipping the visit are two different things. there is still a benefit. you establish a relationship with the physician, breast exam, family planning. and the american college of obstetrics and gynecology is the group that will listen to this and say wait a second, this is what we say, this is what you say. they actually also say that the internal portion of the exam, the one most of us find most uncomfortable, they say it's up to a shared decision making with the doctor, but the external exam is still pofrnimportant.
and there is still some value to doing a pelvic exam. you can pick up on things like fibroids, uterine cysts. but the point is detecting these things actually decreasing morbidity and mortality. and what the task force is saying is we don't know. there is not enough evidence to say that this is reducing mortality and morbidity associated with the disease. >> so basically what you're saying is this task force is saying there is not enough evidence does not mean to skip it. >> exactly. and the big one here is by the way, they're not changing recommendations among cervical cancer screening, screening for chlamydia, gonorrhea. and one final point, the american college of physicians and american academy of family physicians agrees with the task force's position. and acog will review everything, they will see what the evidence based conclusions are coming from, and they will maybe update their recommendations based on
that. the task force recommendations right now are up for public opinion. this is not the final word. it's still and ongoing discussion. but a very important piece of literature. >> always helps if you have a good relationship with your doctor. >> absolutely. >> thank you so much. let's go over to al. as we look at the july 4th weekend, it will be cool great lakes. not as hot out west. so heading toward the end of the week, minneapolis 77, friday detroit will be 81, 83 in minneapolis. st. louis looking pretty good. and as we look into the southwest, temperatures will be into the 90s from atlanta all the way into denver. p we're looking at temperatures dropping in to the upper 70s. 97 in reno. but the heat has really continued. more fires. since 1970, average temperatures out west, 56. they're up to 58, almost 58 1/2. and look at the number of wildfires have grown way over
150 as you get in to the 2000s. so we're watching this trend ve, very ry i'm bill henley. grab your sunglasses. we'll see more and more sunshine today. look at the temperatures. upper 80s this afternoon. but humidity will be dropping thanks to the nesterly winds. you'll feel the lower humidity in the suburbs and lehigh valley. for new jersey and the jersey shore, northwesterly winds, both spots in the 80s this afternoon. atlantic city, 86 degrees. and a good warmup, too, for smyrna and wilmington. middle 80s this afternoon. have a great day. it's getting nasty over here. that is what is going on. back to you. let's talk about trending. we have a food and kitchen themed trending, which is doctor we brought in our culinary expert hoda kotb.
first up, you love kitchen stuff? >> yeah. >> the knife sets, the block with all the different knives? >> the sharper the better. the more knives the better in there. >> guess what? noted chef anthony bourdain says throw it out. he targeted the best selling book kitchen confidential and, quote, no con foisted on the general public is so atrocious, so wrong headed, so widely believed as the one that tells you you need a full set of specialized cutlery in various sizes. anthony says all you need is one good knife that fits your hand properly. and that's it. >> i always end with the butcher knife. >> i've been looking at all these knives and i realized that i only use like one or two. >> i have like different places that i grab in the block to cut
certain things. a small knife for this thing, a -- >> yeah. >> you explained that really well. >> little things and big things. >> a bread thif fortomatoes. >> i have one single thif that i got as a wedding present and i still have it. >> you got a rid of the guy but you kept the knife. >> the thing not to give somebody on their wedding. >> dark natalie. >> let's get to the news. so many families this morning are gathered around the breakfast table eating cereal, but would you pay $7 a bowl for it? here in new york, kelloggs is opening up an entire restaurant dedicated to cereal, it opens july 4. kelloggs is promising to offer fresh take on the breakfast classic. among the special cereals
offered, rice krispies with green tea powder. and also frosted mini wheats, fresh raspberries and ground coffee. also notice the price there. $7.50 for a regular bowl, $6.50 for a small. >> but it includes milk. >> so we created, our great team, created a special sericer pistachio lemon, special k, lemon zest and thyme. >> pairing wine with food, i would never think of it. >> it grows on you. >> what was your favorite break tax cereal as a kid? the the >> captain crunch. >> frosted flakes. >> sugar smacks.
>> quaker oats. >> continuing now on our food theme -- actually, no, we're done. >> what's the mayo? >> another segment we just kicked. >> hold the mayo! hold the mayo! >> i don't have any food in my pop-tar pop-tarts. but first matt day honest and his prank for a good cause to benefit his charity. here is the premise. matt takes a page from the jason bourne movies, he has an actor in shades, hands an unsuspected bystander a phone and says the call is for them. will they follow his commands? >> what i need you do is of vital poorimportance to both of. >> hello? >> i'm just hanging out and somebody gave me this phone.
>> is there blood anywhere near you? >> umm -- >> there is a bridge behind you, there is a man on the bridge. you have to go to that man and take a package from him right now. do it right now. >> this better not be [ bleep ] illegal. >> i need to you go buy a hot dog. >> they're like $14. >> amazing. it leads in to a secret room where hat finally surprises his targets and gives help passes to his latest movie. >> i love that. >> the fact that they took the time to be part of that is fun. >> hot dog 14 bucks. next, daniel radcliffe and
the role that made him an international superstar, harry potter. he tackled the question fans have been asking, would he ever play harry again. he closed the door but then opened it up again. he said the circumstances would have to be extraordinary, but harrison ford said no for han solo, but look what happened there. and finally cindy crawford posing with her daughter at home. in case you can't tell, cindy is the one on the right and kaya is hoping to follow in her mom's foot steps posing on the cover of "vogue" and landing her own modelling gig. beautiful. >> definitely runs in the family. >> and that is your pop star. >> thank you so much. meantime, this is day one of our summer long series today social star sernarch. >> last month we can asked viewers to send us videos to
explain why they wanted to be social media stars. >> and we searched high and low for the next star and we narrowed it down to three up and comers. today meet our first social star as we pull back the curtain at youtube. in the 11 short years youtube has gone from small startup to social media powerhouse. the diverse community of creators with an equally diverse range of personalities and interests. >> you've given up an enormous opportunity to make a good thing on the internet. >> i can talk about and do whatever i want. >> youtube has given us the dream to explore where comedy can go. >> excuse me, i'm sorry. >> youtube is really just a little bit of everything. it's sharing, connecting, being entertained and learning. from the power of your pocket, you are able to capture and tell a story and then distribute it
out to the world. >> reporter: some of the most popular videos, butte theity tutorials. more than 1.5 million are uploaded from all over the world. americans in particular watched more than 600 million hours of beauty videos last year alone. so what is the secret to standing out in a crowded pack? >> today i'll show you how to contour your face -- >> reporter: meet the our first social media mentor, kandee johnson, makeup artist turned beauty blogger. famous for her captivating character transformations and infectious personality. >> my brain can't even imagine with a 3 aboutme.5 million peop like. i just started because i wanted to empower them and help them feel beautiful on the inside. to be able to have the opportunity to be a mentor to
somebody, to share what i've learned and help boost their career, it was a great reward that i can give shall be. >> reporter: we caught up can her at a gathering of video viewers and creators with a surprise in tow. >> this is angela and i am at fit con. >> reporter: angela, our social star mennee, she's a reporter turned public relations manager with a modest 800 subscribers. but with big dreams of youtube beauty stardom. >> i am so beyond excited that kandee will be my mentor. this is a dream come true. the chance to even meet her face-to-face much less work with her over the next few months is just undeliverable. >> i know you have millions of fans, but i am a super fan. my heart is racing and i'm shaking because i am your youtube social star mentee. >> can we start now?
let's go now. >> this is where the wisdom is. >> reporter: after the exassigned, the real work began. >> i'm not posting adequately. >> that's okay. just let people know. every saturday is upload day. >> thank you so much. you can see the natural lashes that i have. >> all the smoke and mirrors of hollywood. hollywood in your bedroom. what i notice when i'm talking to you, i feel like you're my friend talking to me. here it feels like i'm watching a news broadcast. i want to be your best friend. here i'm your best friend. here i'm watching a news show. you are so fun and funny and engaging. here i feel like you're going back into work. >> it's hard to turn it off. >> you turn it off right now. when you're with me, i'm feeling angela and she's fun and funny. so people need to fall this love with the fun and hilarious. >> when i do fun stuff, i edit
it out. >> be bold. next time, i'll be wowed by you, i feel it. >> can't let her down. >> so millions of followers may not necessarily mean millions of dollar, but it is possible for these famous youtubers like kandee to earn six figures. there is a partner program users can apply for, it will they get accepted, they get ads and share the profits. for more tips, go to youtube.com/today. and we'll be following those two to see if we can increase the number of viewers that angela gets on her site, too. >> all right. hoda, thank you very much. coming up, just ahead, jill martin's steals and deals. she has a
good morning. i'm vai sikahema. just about 8:30. starting out foggy this morning. clearing up. lets grert the forecast from bill henley. >> we have lots of sunshine now and the temperature is warming up. we'll warm to the middle to upper 80s this afternoon. right now, sunshine. this is the view from the comcast center in center city. the temperatures are in the 70s. still a few areas in the 60s for the suburbs and lehigh valley. philadelphia, 73 degrees at philadelphia international. upper 60s in chestnut hill. warming to the 80s this afternoon. don't forget the sunglasses. >> thank you, bill. especially if you're driving. let's get a check on the roads with jessica.
>> on the 42 freeway over in deptford. route 41, an accident scene headed northbound, towards the philadelphia area, but no big problems or delays. a lilt slowdown near baltimore pike. northbound from 95 to the scule kig expressway, 28 minutes there, and no problems headed southbound right now. >> thank you, jessica. >> investigators are trying to figure out what caused this row home fire in germantown that injured a man. the fire started around 3:45 this morning and spread through the first and second floors of the home. i'm vai sikahema y next up on the "today" show, steals and deals to help you relax, refresh, and recharge this summer. you can always get the latest news and weather with the nbc10 app. send you back to the "today." have a great day. see you in a half hour.
♪ 8:30 on this june morning, 29th day of june, 2016. even as we're enjoying the sunshine on a wednesday here in new york, we're already looking forward to friday. a lot of great music. we have another concert on friday morning, rachel platten will be here in our 8:30 half hour promising spectacular weather. >> yes. >> nice. and coming up, want to make this
an easy breezy summer with plenty of relaxing? jill martin has all the steals and deals you'll need plus the mega deal. >> best deal ever. >> plus the beauty trends you need to try to beat the heat. >> and we have the executive chef from the just dubbed best new restaurant in the country in our kitchen. he has a recipe that you have to have in your life. >> i ate at that restaurant this weekend. >> great? >> i needed a mattress to stay there. it was delicious. >> we'll cook in a little while. how about a check of the weather? >> today we're looking at wet weather through the gulf coast, also some showers in northern new england. slight risk of strong storms in the northern log rockies, pacif northwest looking spectacular. tomorrow more beautiful west in the weather in the west, wet
weather through the upper mississippi river valley and showers in the southeastern i'm bill henley. grab your sunglasses. we'll see more and more sunshine today. look at the temperatures. upper 80s this afternoon. but humidity will be dropping thanks to northwesterly winds. you'll feel the lower humidity in the suburbs and levi halle. for new jersey and the jersey shore, northwesterly winds. both spots in the 80s this afternoon. atlantic city, 86 degrees. a good warmup, too, for smyrna and wilmington. middle 80s this afternoon. have a great day. and that is your latest weather. dylan. >> thanks,al. as as summer gets in full swing, we want to hear from you and the rest of the "today" parenting team. sho tell us how you make summer fun for your kids and yourself and tell us about your summer plans and the best games and advice that you have for creating happy memories.
just sign up and start sharing at today.com/parentingteam. and now to our ongoing fresh series. we're focusing on feeling relaxed, refreshed and recharged. jill martin is here with deals on items to help us unwind. good to see you. >> we all need items to unwind. >> absolutely. >> this is sort of sit back, relax in style either indoors or outdoors. these are indoor/outdoor pillows. they retail $92 to $99. three sizes, 12 styles. the deal, $25 up to 75% off. >> and indoor or outdoor? >> and super fun. it can spruce up an old couch. >> moving on to the old one. matt sitting there chilling with an iced coffee. >> this is really good. >> i made it this morning. >> did you? it's good.
>> so it will cold brew coffee maker, retail $54.99. it was a two piece set. you get the 20 ounce travel bottle and it will make 51 ounces. and you can keep it up two weeks in the refrigerator. retail $54.99, the deal $16.50. >> sign me up. >> this would be a good gift to give somebody. that's nice. all right. next up, mr. roker. >> that is a nice house. th gift. this is a trend going on. this is random house coloring book, $62.89. each set is inspired by popular tv shows. the deal, $18 up to 73% off.
>> you're staying in the lines, as well. >> that's what i like to do. >> not a line you don't cross. all right. thank you. and we're going through the curtain to see who is the man behind the curtain. >> we're heading in to the hallway to get out to the plaza because we have a special deal of how to chill out at home. and some special models. tamron, i got this for you. and this is -- >> comfortable, right? >> soft and cozy. >> we have our models over there. >> i like the hoodie. >> so they're $97. they double as a boxing outfit. and they are super comfortable and super chic just to hang out at home. retail $97, the deal $26, 73% off. >> these are so soft. >> where are we going next?
>> thousand henow heading out t for our last deal. you could chill these out in the next deal. >> is this the mega deal? >> this is the mega deal. this is norm lally a very expensive piece of furniture that we could get exclusively here. this is a very colorful set. adirondack chairs. retail $249.98. everybody can take a seat. two different styles. they're handmade of cedar wood which is why they're really an investment. but a piece that you could keep on your lawn. reta and the deal is $112. >> we need the iced coffee now.
so let's run through the products again to remind everyone what we have. here we go. the list which i don't have. >> the pillows -- >> pillows, the coffee maker, the adult coloring book, robe and chairs. that was a test. thank you, matt. >> that was seamless. >> why is that my fault? >> because you are the practical joker away here. so check out the steals and deals at today.com. and up next, beauty products to keep you cool this summer. maybe almond breeze tastes so good because it's the only almondmilk made with california blue diamond almonds. but if you ask our almond growers... there's no maybe about it. almond breeze. the best almonds make the best almondmilk.
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trends you'll want to try to keep cool all summer. the executive beauty director of shape magazine is here with us. i had a chance to see the list last night and this looks pretty cool so let's jump right in. >> well, let start with marine based sgreingredients. and these have sea based gre ingredients. sea weed, algae, kelp, they're fantastic anti-ooxidanantioxida. protection will be great for your skin. >> and this cools you off? >> this is a dry oil mist, it has micro algae and a very light nourishing layer. and it smells kind of beachy. >> smells delicious. >> so you're on a vacation already. >> and this helps us tackle
where i think gel w wrinkles? >> yes, the layer after you cleanse and before you hydrate, this is an extra layer of hydration. and it will help plump up fine lines and wrinkles. >> and i mask every single morning. >> and you will love this purifying mask. it is the most deep cleansing mask i've ever tried and it has brown algae. it has a brown color to it. it's not pretty on, but you will be so happy with how it deep cleans your skin. pulls out all the gunk. >> and next up, a milk makeup cooling water. >> we're on to the cooling group. these cool on contact because they're loaded with moisture. like splashing your face with water. this is milk cooling stick, it has gel and gliser rin. and you can put it eefr your makeup and it won't mess it up. from and is this something you use after being out in the sun too long?
>> out in the sun or you just got out of a sweaty elevate to have elevator, whatever it is. >> and anything that says greek yogurt, i love. >> this takes the sting out of a sunburn with yogurt and it's cooling because it's a gel. >> good for all skin types? >> very again tigentle. >> and you don't want to scare your neighbors, but this cloth is saturated with serum. so you chill out for 20 minutes on your face. >> a chance to rejuvenate after being out in the sun. and moving on to the next. >> these are phased products. you have the oil and vinegar which in this case is the pigment. they're separated because of different density, but when you
shake them together, you get a beautiful texture for your skin and radiant finish. these are lip oils, so cute. and what it does, the oil feels wonderful on your lips and it helps the pigment to really blend and look super shear. >> feels good, too. and this is very curious looking. >> these are eye shadows from josie maran and they combine coconut water and oil infused metallic pigments. it looks like a foil on your skin. super glossy. but it won't smudge or bubudge. >> so it has oil but it won't smumg. smudge. >> the oil helps deliver the pigments right to the surface of your skin and then we're done. >> even though we sweat, it stays. that's a beautiful color. all right. moving on. >> and this foundation gives and you flawless finish, but it
feels like nothing on your skin. this is the maestro glow. so this one has little tiny particles of mica, it's mineral, the super sign any one that you see glistening in the sunlight. they're tiny, tiny, very tine particles that give your skin a total radiance, but it feels like nothing. >> so a light feel and a glow. >> you're just frickin' perfect. >> you're perfect. i love it. up next, we're could being up a favorite from new orleans. one of the guy behind the country's best new restaurants. but first, this is "today" nbc. on
this morning we're heading to the heart of new orleans where a new restaurant is taking the south by storm. and we have their executive chef. first of all, you're more than that because you're the winner of the best new restaurant in the country. >> is that crazy or what? >> what does that mean to you? >> it means the world. it means i work with the best team there is to work with. and that has allowed us do everything that we've done. >> how do you describe the food that you make? >> it's modern israeli cuisine. so food being cooked in israel today. my grand mother is bulgarian, she moved to israel. my father is row hamaniromanian. all these cuisines ending up there and celebrating all the beautiful flavors and spices. >> and what is the dish we're making? >> it's called shakshouka.
the most important thing is tomatoes and eggs. everyone has this. that's really the base. after that, you can do anything you want. you can add all kinds of different vegetables. we have potatoes, scallions, garlic. >> you can ad lib. >> yes. >> and you start with a hot skill let. >> s >> see that smoke. we'll add the toe hey toes and really get them nice and caramelized.smoke. we'll add the toe hey toes and really get them nice and caramelized. takes just about a minute or so. and then afterwards, here, you can take the spoon. i'll throw in some peppers, some onions, we'll put in some fresh garlic. as much or as little as you want. this is all about just having fun. once they start to are
caramelize and get golden brown, then we have this. you can see that they're all starting to turn beautiful golden. and here i'll add some tomato sauce. if you want to maybe throw in some potatoes and peas. you can use anything. beans, cauliflower. here we have jerusalem artichokes. they're really good. >> shrimp? >> we'll put some shrimp in there. we can do an egg. >> i have a two handed crack. >> there you go. so the two handed or one handed egg crack. and that will cook up. once that starts to simmer, you will put a lid on it. and that will make sure that the egg whites are cooked, but the egg yokes are still a little run any and the shrimp will cook
perfect perfectly. >> about how long? >> about three minutes or so. and here it's all about the spicy chili. you can use jalapeno, or any other, but don't use too much or it will blow up your face. we have parsley and cilantro, garlic, orange zest, and i'll throw all that this to into our food processor. and here some of my favorite spices. empty out your spice cabinet. and easy as that. it's like a spicy chili pesto. >> and take the lid out of what we cooked. you're right, the yokes still
yolks are still run any but the whites are cooked. >> and all this in one skillet. this is something made my mom would make and we would have it all in one pan sitting around the table having breakfast. >> we can talk about it here, but let's find out how the folks downstairs are liking this. >> her bowl is empty. >> i'm liking it. >> eating for two. >> yes, i am. >> we love it. >> awesome. and you can put a little extra injury begin olive oil, scallion, and it's ready to go. i brought these pita bread. we have a wood burning oven and we bake to order.and it's ready. i brought these pita bread. we have a wood burning oven and we bake to order. grab a piece and dip it in. if you want to put maybe chicken instead of shrimp, go for it. empty out your refrigerator and spice cabinet.
>> let's to more. happy 100th birthday to john franklin of memphis, tennessee. fun fact, he has lived on the same street for 98 years. that's amazing. and then in st. louis, jin soon park. happy 100 birthday to julia orosz. she says her secret is salmon and blueberries. that's what you have for lunch. >> every day. >> and truman lloyd wells also celebrating 100 years. this granddad is from stonewater, oklahoma. served with the army air corps during world war ii. thank you for your service. let's say hello to annie bailey of tucker, georgia. she's turning 100 years old. loves to sing. has been a member of her church choir for 65 years. say amen and hallelujah. and happy 100th birthday to
fred, he and his wife owned a driving school for 43 years. they stayed in the same lane. if you know someone celebrating a 100th birthday, tell us more about him or her, just head to today.com/celebrate. florida and what do you have coming up? >> super lives of the super rich. >> and also you have a special comedy. >> the big slick celebrity puig end, takes place in kansas city. paul rudd, erica stonestreet, a bunch of comedians get together to help kids with cancer. >> we have a packed show. >> while we're eating. >> we'll do a redo have the
i'm vai sikahema. it's just about 9:00 a.m. let's start with the weather and the forecast from first alert meteorologist bill henley. >> vai, a beautiful day today. lots of sunshine. look at rehoboth beach. the temperatures warming into the 80s today with humidity falling. 87 in philadelphia. a little warmer tomorrow and in delaware, sunshine for today and tomorrow.
it's friday that we'll see showers and thunderstorms. they're done by saturday. a hot day saturday, then temperatures come down going into sunday. vai. >> bill, thank you. >> police are looking for the person who stabbed and robbed a cab driver in a violent ride in camden. the cambn police chief sent this text messages saying they're looking for a hispanic male suspect in his 20s wearing a light colored t-shirt. witnesses say they were sitting outside an apartment complex when a cab careened into the parking lot. they heard screams and say someone in the cab's back seat took off running. they found the driver bleeding from the chest. a woman drove him to the hospital. >> america's effort to find a cure for cancer comes to philadelphia today. fox chase cancer center in northeast philly will host a summit this morning. vice president joe biden who leads the moonshot effort will address the summit in live stream remarks from washington. >> the eight-day wawa welcome america festival is in full swing in philadelphia as we count down to the fourth of july
celebration on monday. here are today's events. this afternoon at 2:00, go forth and read. head to any branch of the free library in philadelphia for a city wide reading program, and tonight at 7:00, catch a screening of rocky outside the art museum. another update in another 25 minutes. you can always get the latest news and weather with the nbc10 app. now back to the "today" show. i'm vai sikahema. have a great day.
but i like it. ♪ i picked it for a specific reason. there is another challenge out there, you know there was the running man challenge and then the total challenge. so the kill em with the shoulders. a comedian is credited with starting the trend. lil devall. take a look at how goes down. ♪ the same coring on dwraefer, debbie allen, of course leave to her and her crew to take to a whole other level.
here's what she posted. ♪ that is her son. he kicks it off. mind you they're on a yacht on the mediterranean somewhere. and debbie allen is in the orange shrug. she pops up. >> al, you first. i want it stito see your should shake. >> i don't think that works. >> oh, look at them! >> yeah, our crew. >> some things that we should never see again on tv. >> look at them. >> that is one of them. >> so there you go, send us your videos of and your kids killing em with your shoulder.
>> i need to stand up. >> much better. >> yeah, much better. ♪ >> kill em with your shoulder. come on, al. so send us videos of you and your kids killing em with your shoulder. i like any dance that you can sit down and still do it. >> see, there is a fear of missing out, fomo. fear of hissi missing out. but a survey says americans are experiencing a new phenomenon called pomo, pleasure of missing out. 80% of us make excuses to avoid going -- i don't make the excuse. i just say no. >> we say yes and then maybe. >> debra does that. drives me nuts. don't give people false hope.
just say no. because if you give them the false hope, then they say, oh -- >> we credit ourselves too much, false hope. >> right. >> and then you call and say are they're not coming. >> i've gotten to the point where i'm like have fun, i'll look for you on instragram. >> and reasons include feeling tired, not wanting to be around people, not wanting to spend money. >> not wanting to drink too much. after this week. >> a new challenge. >> i've been drinking every lunch. >> natalie has a new challenge to say no to lunch. >> i have my new challenge. but i went out with hoda and kathie lee. and i laughed because obviously we had a lot to drink, talked a lot, girl talk. but then on the ride home, the
driver who picked me up, he was like flies to meet you and next thing you know i'm like -- [ snoring ] the whole way home. we pull up to high houmy house of a sudden he's like you're here. so nice to meet you. and i'm like i'm so sorry it was such a great conversation. >> we went to see star wars together and she slept in the theater. and willie says how long before natalie -- we look over in the middle of star wars and natalie is -- >> big meal and wine and i'm out. >> fomw, fear of hmissing wine. >> anyway, this was by a survey, right? >> yeah. >> and i love this next one. a meme that has gone viral. check out what happened to 5-year-old eva, she was at the zoo checking out nature. and this happened.
a giant peacock chases after wi her, so her mom being helpful decides to take a picture of it. she's fine. she's happy. but all the memes that have popped up online. so we like this one because it's the reverse, her chasing after the peacock instead. and then you have this. there we go. and even indiana jones, i will. so people having fun p. but she's okay and i think mom is enjoying it. >> peacocks can get out. >> you can never be safe. >> so remember yesterday we tried the orange drink off the starbucks secret menu. and look what we have this morning. >> we asked the question about orange julius and orange julius
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bucks for this bowl of cereal. >> crunch it up, nice. >> you crunch it up? >> crunch it up a little bit just to get it down in there, but then i go fast because i don't like mushy cereal. but is there anything like you get home for dinner and you're like i don't want to cook so you have a bowl of cereal. >> i like to buy things better. just going to tell you. look what you can do? >> i can read this. we had tons of entries for our look what i can do contest featuring your hidden talents. three lucky winners could win a chance to perform their talent live on the show and actually compete for a trip to l.a. to see "america's got talent" live. so let's take a look at some of the entries. kalani showed off impressive tricks with a basketball. okay. >> good. >> and chris from new jersey can break a glass with his voice.
>> so can i. >> oh, for different reasons. >> oh, my god! [ screaming ] >> he didn't know he could do it. i actually know chris. i just realized, he goes to my gym. that's so funny. >> does that make him in g ineligible? >> sorry, chris. i don't know chris. he's screaming thousannow. >> and abby from bethel park, pennsylvania showing off her aerialist skills. >> go, girl. >> shair share your hidden talent. you have until july 14. so join the party. look what i can do. >> where is a wine glass?
we should try that. >> remember ella fitzgerald in that commercial? >> yeah, amazing. >> is it live or is it memorex. let's show you what is going on in the weather. >> narrator: today's weather is brought to you by camping world. get one stop shopping for everything rv at your they'near camping world super center. >> today as you can see monsoonal moisture out of mexico into the southwest. wet weather along the gulf coast making its way into northern new england, part of one front that stretches all the way down there. temperatures in the '9090s, tex oklahoma. 90s in parts of the pacific good morning. i'm bill henley. grab your sunglasses. we'll see more and more sunshine today. look at the temperatures. upper 80s this afternoon. but humidity will be dropping
thanks to northwesterly winds. you'll feel the lower humidities in the suburbs and lehigh valley. for new jersey and the jersey shore, northwesterly winds, both spots in the 80s this afternoon. atlantic city, 86 degrees. a good warmup for smyrna and wilmington, middle 80s this afternoon. have a great day. and this is your latest weather. coming up, what brought a bunch of hollywood celebrities to kansas city? they're all together. yes, we'll talk about it and meet some
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area and they all return home one year to raise money for a great cause. >> and i recently caught up with them to learn more about this big slick celebrity weekend. rudd. sudeikis, stonestreet, riggle. once a year they team up and return to their hometown of kansas city, missouri. >> we grew up like five miles apart. and i remember thinking these guys are from my hometown. so very exciting, very inspiration inspirational. >> they invite their celebrity friends for big slick, a jam-packed star sudden studded weekend of activities all raise money for the cancer city at children's mercy hospital.sudde weekend of activities all raise money for the cancer city at children's mercy hospital. how did the big slick get started? >> i ran into paul at "the daily show" christmas party and i said i'm thinking about hosting an event in kansas city, would you be down to co-hosting with me.
and he said yes. let's call the others and that's how it came. >> where did the name big slick come from? >> it's a poker term. it means you have an ace-king in the hole. >> what does in the hole mean? >> here we go. >> reporter: the highlight, visiting with the children at children's mercy. >> you've got something on your face. >> where? >> reporter: i got to join in the fun. >> one more time. >> reporter: this 3-year-old captivating us all with her favorite book. >> did you meet nora? >> yes. >> she blew me away. all i could do not to cry. she really touches your heart. >> it's a pretty exceptional place. it runs on donations.
they don't turn anyone away. >> reporter: i got a special meeting with ellie and her mom, that linda. >> it's been a rough couple of months. she's very fortunate to be sitting up here and we're so blessed to have children's mercy because they are a haymazinamaz. >> reporter: after did doing her own makeup, ellie decided i needed a makeover. >> eye liner. >> reporter: now we'll use concealer. >> concealer. i don't know if that's in the right color, sweetie. >> he had a makeover. >> makeover by ellie. >> reporter: in the evening, fans flock to the celebrity softball game.
>> first inning. right down the third baseline. >> hollywood comes here and everybody wants to be a star. >> he sings to himself. ♪ >> over and over. >> reporter: with the help of their celebrity friends, this winning team couldn't be prouder of the kids than ever before. >> a new record! it's a new record! >> they have raised horn $4 million and it's a great cause, a great weekend. if you'd like to donate to mercy children's hospital in kansas city, go to today.com. they have a gala, they do a bowling tournament. i'm going to take part in it next year. >> you should be on the softball team. >> team captain.
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coincidental, has nothing do with any movie adding take after he lost a bunch of weight six years ago, me a commitment to stay in, quote, decent shape for the rest of his life. i'ded say that is better than decent. you look amazing, j.k. wow. and do not tweet me because i'm putting it in, i did request it, it is my guilty pleasure. bear with me. look like black china has been keeping up with the kardashians. on monday night the mom and bride to be attended clo eed kh birthday party and posted for videos with the famous family. kris jenner who china now calls mama. and the birthday girl herself along with china's fiance. remember she's the ex of kylie's boyfriend. meanwhile things are heating up for them and there are rue mores
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i'm tracy davidson. shaping up to be a beautiful morning. let's get your forecast from bill henley. bill. >> tracy, we're enjoying lots of sunshine. look at the view from the comcast center in center city. started with clouds and fog. going to be sunshine the rest of the day. humidity will be dropping. here's why. look at the wind out of the west-northwest. that's a drying wind and a warming wind, even for the shore. the temperatures will warm into the 80s. plenty of sunshine for philadelphia, the suburbs, the lehigh valley, new jersey, 86, ocean city, 84. nice and sunny in delaware. tracy. >> now from our delaware bureau, a hearing will happen today in the cold case murder of a wilmington man. a judge will meet with attorneys
to discuss the status of the case against sandra heartsack. police arrested her last we're. she's charged in the 1985 death of joseph brawn. they found him beaten to death in his home. they believe heartsack was involved in the crime along with a boyfriend who died more than a decade ago. >> switching gears, another chance later this week to try to win the growing mega millions jackpot. no ticket matches all six numbers for last night's jackpot. the numbererize 15, 17, 20, 35, 55, the mega ball, 7. we tell you that because there were two $1 million winners la night and one ticket was sold in new jersey. so the jackpot for friday's drawing grows to at least $415 million or $286 million with a cash payout. the last time someone won the mega millions jackpot was march 8th. this is the third largest prize in mega millions history. another update in 25 minutes. you can stay updated throughout the day with news and weather with the nbc10 app.
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. taking a look at the headline, security is more visible today at some u.s. airports following tuesday's terror attack in turkey. three suicide attackers killed at least 41 and wounded more than 230 at the main airport in istanbul. turkey believes that isis is behind it. world leaders from president obama to pope francis are condemning the attack. there is a new medical viewpoint about women and pelvic exams. currently 76% of annual visits to an ob/gyn include a spell vehicle exam, but now the u.s. task force says routine pelvic exams for healthy women may not be needed. there is not enough evidence to prove they save lives and may do harm because of the risks of
false positives. the report is unrelated to screening to cervical cancer fp. toyota is recalling prius and lexus models from 2008 to 2012. the problem is not related to the massive takata air bag recall. toyota says there may be a small crack in the air bag inflaters that could cause the bags to fail in an accident. there are no reports of injuries. a new study suggests driving a car could be hazardous to your health because of uv rays from the sun. the study found that windshields block an average 96% of harmful uva rays, but that side windows block only 71% of them. the study's author says the more time you spend driving, the greater the risk of cataracts and skin damage including skin ca cancer on your left side. he suggests spf of at least 30 before a long drive.
>> and meet a dog with a passion for popping. twinkie the jack russell set a guinness world record of popping balloons more than two seconds faster than the previous record holder. and while the video is fun to watch, we recommend you do not invite twinkie to your birthday party because he will have fun. al roker with the weather. >> the kids would go nuts for that. weather for today, a front stretching from canada back into the rockies. storms in the rocky, wet weather this new england and showers through the gulf coast. heat continues out west. tomorrow you'll see we have monsoonal moisture in the southwest and rockies, rain in the upper mississippi river valley, northeast. new england, ohio river valley looking good, florida looking a little on theamp si dde
good morning. i'm bill henley. grab your sunglasses. we'll see more and more sunshine today. look at the temperatures. upper 80s this afternoon. but humidity will be dropping thanks to northwesterly winds. you'll feel that lower humidity in the suburbs and the lehigh valley. for new jersey and the jersey shore, northwesterly winds, both spots in the 80s this afternoon. atlantic city, 86 degrees. and a good warmup too for smyrna and wilmington. middle 80s this afternoon. have a great day. . and that is your latest weather. >> for all of you holding on to a power ball ticket for tonight's drawing, you're about to see what life would be like if you won. >> that's right. cnbc secret lives of the super rich takes you inside an extraf fwant world driven by status and wealth. robert frank is the host. good to see you. >> we're all pretty wealthy, that's my theory. >> there you go. so what was the big surprise for
you going behind the greates of these hangses? >> the houses are huge. most of the super rich, they have five, six, acce rks sec, s. and this house we'll start out with is in mali because where a lot of the people on that billionaire's beach have four or five homes.because where a lot of the people on that billionaire's beach have four or five homes. >> and three pools, right? >> la villa. this is the pool house covered in one million shells. this pool house alone cost $7 million to build. that is queen sophie ann from the vampire true blood series. but this pool house, over a million shells. the pool is actually in the pool house. this is one of the three pools. again, malibu peabeach. >> that's crazy.
let's head to florida. >> this is in belle harbor. it has a pool on the roof and check this out. this pool has a 70-toot long piece of acrylic glass that makes it like a human aquarium. >> like a lobster tank. oh, i got one. >> exactly. and just take that piece of glass caught more than half million, the house cost $25 million. >> and what about the art collection? >> just the warhol is worth about ten times what the pool cost. >> unbelievable. let's talk about nirvana mansion. >> you're also looking for nirvana, right? we found it on south ocean drive. it's 12,000 square feet. it's got beautiful pools, ocean view in the front, a yacht dock in the back. th that is a $25,000 bathtub.
it has meditation rooms and a shrine to the king of disco. it is tile for tile the exact same dance floor that john travolta used. >> the super rich have super toy. >> this is a new favorite water toy. this is part jet ski, part submarine, called the sea breacher. it goes -- in looks like a dolphin. >> that's crazy. >> they make them in dolphins rich prefer sharks. but they can go under the water, above the water. they can porpoise. and a lot are buying these to put on their yachts. >> of course. forget the jet ski. that is far better. amazing. robert frank, thanks so much. be sure to check out the secret lives of the super rich coming up on cnbc. coming up next, the newest
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biggest names in music, billy joel, elton john, rolling stones. but tom o'dell is blazing a trail all his own. he's already a big star in the uk and he's kicking off a u.s. tour later this summer. he'll sing for us in a moment, but first, let's get to know tom. ♪ >> tom o'dell was discovered by none other than british superstar lily allen. his fame erupted with the release of his first single, a hit that garnered more than 100 million views on youtube. and earned him critics' choice at the 2013 brit awards. ♪ his song "heal" was featured in a hit film. tom is a rising star.
♪ his hugh album "wrong crowd" debuted at number two in the uk. and his recent tour was completely sold out. which is why he will perform in our studio this morning. ♪ that voice, we cannot wait for the performance. al and natalie. >> that's right. tom o'dell, good morning. listening to your music, you say you're inspired by a lot of american music. and you can hear there is soul, gospel, rock. and it really has infused a lot of what you do. >> particularly i grew up i guess with the internet and so listening to old music and new music. grew up with like tom waits and
bruce springsteen. >> and elton john is a big fan and also a then tomentor. >> yeah, one of the first songbooks i ever got was his greatest hits. and i learned all the songs and started writing himy own songs. and he called me up one day and was -- >> what was that like? >> most bizarre experience of my life. >> i think probably safe to say every milestone now is a bit of a bizarre experience. this has been a bit of a roller coaster ride. >> being on this show is definitely -- >> your morning show debut. >> i know. >> so what is the explanation of the cheetah? your fans want to know. >> so we shot a lot of music videos in south africa and for
this album they all have a narrative that goes through them and i wish i could explain what he represents, but he's just a great cheetah. >> he's a great cheetah. i notice you had your crew, your band there move out of camera range because they were going to give you a hard time. do they give and you hard time while you're touring? >> no hiding this the in the shadows now, guys. >> well, you will sing your latest hit single magnetized coming up. don't miss it, stay right there.
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♪ see those birds going across the sky, 3,000 miles they fly ♪ ♪ how do they know which way to go, somehow they always seem to know ♪ ♪ they say there's mother nature in everything we see ♪ ♪ wish i had a little mother nature in me, a little mother nature in me ♪ ♪ cause it's not right, i'm magnetized to somebody that don't feel it ♪ ♪ love paralyzed, she's never gonna need me ♪ ♪ but sure as the world keeps the moon in the sky she'll keep
me hanging on, keeps me hanging on ♪ ♪ see the couple riding on the bus, falling asleep with so much trust ♪ ♪ i wish i had a chance to let them know their love is like a flower in the snow ♪ ♪ if it's just pheromones then that may be i wish you had a little pheromones for me ♪ ♪ cause it's in the right, i'm magnetized to somebody that don't feel it ♪ ♪ love paralyzed, know you're never gonna need me ♪
♪ i'm sure as the world keeps the moon in the sky she'll keep me hanging on, keeps me hanging on ♪ ♪ keeps me hanging on, keeps me hanging on ♪ ♪ north to south, white to black, when you love someone that don't love you back ♪ ♪ it's not right, i'm magnetized to somebody that don't feel it ♪ ♪ love paralyzed, she's never gonna need me, but sure as the world keeps the moon in the
sky ♪ ♪ she'll keep me hanging on, keep me hanging on, she'll keep me hanging on, keep me hanging on ♪ ♪ she keeps me hanging on, keep me hanging on ♪ ♪ she keeps me hanging on ♪ >> wow. tom o'dell, thank you so much. the album the wrong crowd. that's the way to get us started in the morning. we're back in a moment, but first, this is "today" on nbc.
♪ hey! ♪ they go ooh ooh. ♪ hey! ♪ they go oh-ooh-ooooh. ♪ sitting, watching, waiting, wishing. ♪ ♪ i tell you one thing, you never knew it. ♪ ♪ at the back of the bus ♪ there is so much to give, so dream big. ♪ ♪ yeah. ♪ and when they screaming get out, get out. ♪ ♪ all i wanna hear is get down, get down. ♪ ♪ yeah. ♪ and when they screaming get out, get out. ♪ ♪ all i wanna hear is get down, get down. ♪ ♪ get down, get down.
what do you have coming up? >> wait, our lead story is right here. and we're going to discuss it. don't give it away. yes. our lead story is right behind me. >> i don't remember a thing. >> we have some new products that are wonderful and ricky schroeder is in the house. so we'll see you in a bit. so we'll see you in a bit. >> fantastic. come to sesame place before little kids become big kids. before dress up turns to make-up.
and tag becomes hashtag. and don't miss our brand new show, the magic of art featuring abby cadabby. come to the only place that makes little hearts race. get unlimited visits with a season pass for 6 payments of less than $19. sesame place good morning. i'm tracy davidson. let's get your first alert forecast. meteorologist bill henley has that. looks beautiful. >> lots of sunshine. a warm day all around. 80s for philadelphia and at the shore, too. the winds coming out of the northwest. drier air, humidity comes down. but warm temperatures at the jersey shore and in philadelphia. 88 degrees tomorrow. sunshine and a few clouds late in the day. then it's rain and a possibility of thunderstorms on friday. before we go into the holiday
weekend. for the weekend, saturday and sunday, sunshine and warm. a little warmer on saturday. up to 90 degrees in the city. 83 at the shore. and cooler down a bit sunday. tracy. >> thanks. america's effort to find a cure for cancer comes to philadelphia today. fox chase cancer center is hosting a cancer moonshot summit. vice president joe biden will address the summit in live streamed remarks from washington. the eight-day wawa welcome america festival is in full swing in philadelphia as we count down to the stooe's fourth of july celebration on monday. here are today's events. this afternoon at 2:00, it's go 4th and read. head to knaefrb free branch of the library for a reading and a book give away for the first 100 children at each library. tonight, catch a free screening of rocky at the art museum. it leads up to monday, including a parade, concert, and fireworks. if you can't make it to the event, we'll hair it live throughout the day. we'll have another update in 25
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