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count on nbc 10 for complete coverage of the democratic national convention on air and online all week long. >> we'll see you together, 11:00 a.m. this morning. see you then. good morning. breaking news. another deadly shooting at a nightclub in florida. two people killed. at least 14 others injured. several suspects in custody. a frantic search for more under way. trump bump. a new poll out this morning shows donald trump taking the lead over hillary clinton after the rnc. just as democrats arrive in philadelphia for a convention already in disarray. the party's head abruptly announcing her resignation after leaked e-mails suggest a bias against bernie sanders. his supporters taking to the street. savannah is there live. horrifying scene.
a woman at a wildlife park gets out of the car during an argument. a tiger pounces and drags her away. scorched. a massive wildfire burning out of control near los angeles. thousands of residents evacuated. farther east, that oppressive heat wave is going from hot to hotter today, monday, july 25th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is a special edition of "today" at the democratic national convention with matt lauer live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza and savannah guthrie live from philadelphia. good morning, everyone. welcome to a split edition of "today" on this monday morning. savannah is down there in philadelphia. i'm up here in new york. you know, i talked about this heat wave a second ago, savannah. the heat has been turned up on
the democrats as well. >> in a lot of ways. steamy here and as you mention a lot going on in the democratic party with the abrupt resignation with the head of the democratic party. that's going on. a new poll shows trump leading the race. that same poll had him many points behind clinton just a week ago. we're here at independent mall in front of the historic independent hall. a city steeped in history. about 20 minutes south of here is the wells fargo center which is where the actual convention will be held over the next four nights. in case you were wondering, the declaration of independence was signed right there at the wells fargo center in 1776. i've been studying my facts. >> you got mixed up there. most of it is right. savannah, we'll be back with you in a second. let's talk about breaking news overnight. another deadly shooting at a florida nightclub. this time in ft. myers. nbc's kerry sanders has made his way to the scene. kerry, what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning, matt.
the authorities are looking very closely. at this point there are no strong indications that this is terrorism related but rather it appears to be a shooting at a bar here in ft. myers. a bar known as club blu. of course this all comes just six weeks after 49 people were killed and 53 were injured in orlando at the pulse nightclub, which of course means that we have another florida community on edge this morning. terrifying moments overnight as gunfire erupted at a nightclub in ft. myers, florida. >> shots fired. club blu. 30, 40 shots. >> people are scattering. >> reporter: police responding to the shooting in the parking lot of club blu bar and grill shortly after midnight and found several victims suffering from gunshot wounds. two people died and at least 14 others were shot with injuries ranging from minor to life threatening. authorities say three people have been detained for
questioning. one of them five blocks away from the nightclub where shots were fired. this morning police say the motive is still unknown and they are actively canvassing the area looking for other persons who may have been involved in this incident. so authorities here are still sorting out details of what happened. we do know at the club blu they were having what's called a teen night and so there was no carding, underage people were allowed here. they're trying to get to the bottom of what happened here. at this point it does not appear to be terrorism related. matt? >> kerry sanders, two dead, 14 others at least injured. thank you very much. let's go back to savannah now in philadelphia. >> all right, matt. ahead of today's start of the democratic national convention there is a new poll out this morning as we mentioned that shows donald trump getting a big bump from the republican convention in cleveland. take a look at these new numbers. trump now leading hillary clinton 48 to 45. clinton led in that poll by seven points just a week ago.
and the convention is kicking off amid controversy. debbie wasserman-schultz announcing her plans to step down unexpectedly. nbc's andrea mitchell is here with the latest. andrea, good to see you in philly. >> the convention was supposed to open with the theme united together but the party shake-up proves it may be anything but. bernie sanders supporters marching in philadelphia demanding revolution. what they got was a stunning resignation under pressure of congresswoman debbie wasserman-schultz. the party chair will step down once the convention is over. only 24 hours earlier she was headlining the miami rollout of the new clinton/kaine ticket now taking a fall for dnc e-mails released by wikileaks.
one e-mail from wasserman-schultz says sanders isn't going to be president. another from a staffer suggesting they play up that sanders is not a religious jew writing i think i read he's an atheist. that could make several points difference. clinton disavowing to "60 minutes" any knowledge of the embarrassing messages. >> i didn't know anything about it. i haven't read any of those. i am adamantly opposed to anyone bringing religion into our political process. >> reporter: the sanders campaign saying party leaders must be impartial during the primaries and this year were not. >> clearly what we experienced during the campaign was some real bias and i think the chairwoman did the right thing. >> reporter: another sore spot for sanders who will speak at the convention tonight, clinton's choice of tim kaine. >> his political views are not my political views. he's more conservative than i am. >> reporter: kaine in an interview with telemundo conducted mostly in spanish tried to smooth over their differences.
>> after a campaign there will be bruised feelings. i've been through campaigns and felt that way. >> reporter: donald trump tweeting the democrats are in a total meltdown. after the republicans bashed clinton for a week, she told "60 minutes" -- >> i seem to be the only unifying theme that they had. there was no positive agenda. it was very dark, divisive campaign. >> when i see this crooked hillary or i see the lock her up, it's ridiculous. it's ridiculous. >> reporter: democrats are going to start fighting back tonight with the party's best speakers along with bernie sanders, michelle obama and keynoter elizabeth warren. bill clinton tomorrow and then the president and vice president wednesday and former republican, mayor mike bloomberg noticeably not showing up former vice president al gore. >> we'll see you all week. thank you. new jersey senator cory booker is scheduled to speak at the convention tonight.
senator, good to see you. steamy philadelphia. >> i know. >> what's going on with the party. was it the correct decision for debbie wasserman-schultz to resign? >> she did the right thing for the party moving forward. we need to unify and not a lightning rod for controversy. >> she plans to address the delegates. should she or is that not a moment like what we saw with ted cruz at the republican convention last week? >> i don't know the details of how that will play out. my hope is that we'll show america who we are which is two candidates, bernie sanders and hillary clinton have come together and focused on leading america in a unified way. >> to push you on it, do you have an opinion about whether or not it would be productive to her to take the stage? do you worry about a moment that shows anything but unity? >> i think the reason she resigned was to take that off the table. i think that she's going to do the right thing by the party.
i really believe that she's not trying to be a point of division. i hope how the details work out, they'll work out in a way that benefits our party unity. >> do you think this whole e-mail scandal which shows that the dnc had its finger on the scale for hillary clinton, does that affect and disturb this fragile party unity? >> i played in lots of basketball games where i felt like referees were benefiting the other team. doesn't stop the hard fought competitors. these were two people that ran a great campaign. secretary clinton got millions of more votes. bernie sanders voice and issues were integrated in this agenda. i've seen her incorporate bernie sanders ideas and one of the things i'll talk about and pillars for me who worked alongside bernie sanders and elizabeth warren making college more affordable are things we see as major pillars of our campaign and a good thing. great contest of ideas and in many ways it was a melding of
our party. >> before i leave this topic, hillary clinton's campaign manager said something interesting on a show yesterday that he thinks the russians who were accused of actually being behind this hack are trying to influence the american election because they're hacking into dnc e-mails but not into rnc e-mails. do you have any information or opinion on that? >> i have no information or no idea. right now i'm not worried about russians. biggest threat to america i see right now is donald trump's candidacy and what that will do to our country. >> a new poll out this morning shows that trump got a convention bounce. it shows him up three points. a ten-point swing. he was behind seven points in that poll a week ago. are you nervous? >> i'm not nervous. this is early polls i've seen them go all kind of ways. this is a time where our country will have to choose which way we want to go. republicans offer a dark view of america. a lot of negativity. we need to elevate our country
as we face challenges abroad and here at home and we need to be united and strong as a country and not a candidate in office that will demean people because of their religion. that's what concerns me right now. >> you were a finalist to be vp. could have been you on the stage on wednesday night. what was that process like? are you disappointed? >> i'm really happy to be in the conversation. my mom has a saying behind every successful child is an astonished parent. my mom was astonished i was in the conversation. it's nice that happened. >> we'll look for you tonight. thank you very much. appreciate it. let's bring in chuck todd and steve karn aky. let's talk about this. the story line they wouldn't want. did debbie wasserman-schultz have her hand forced? >> 100%. i'm old enough to remember when republicans had a unity problem.
as in last week. the only good news about this for democrats, bernie sanders representative told me that the best thing that could happen was her resignation. sanders' team may be satisfied they got her resignation but we need to find out what sanders delegates are going to respond. that's what we'll find out at 4:00 today. >> we don't know whether she'll gavel in the convention in front of those delegates. whether she plans to address the delegates still. you can have a real moment on the floor. >> that's the thing. in talking to the sanders delegates out in the streets yesterday, they are happen she's resigning. you put her on that stage today, they're not sitting on their hands. she said in that statement that she intends not to just gavel the contention to order but to address the delegates. there's still time for her to reconsider and time for somebody to get in her ear and say you might want to think about what that's going to look like.
if she thinks that's what she can get out of this, i gave a speech this convention, it's going to be a scene. >> she has a primary by somebody sanders supported, that moment being booed at the convention, it's a tv ready to be made. >> people think this is inside politics. what's the bottom line? if dnc had been more impartial, would that have made a difference for bernie sanders? >> i asked the sanders campaign. do you believe this cost you the nomination? nobody will go that far. but you know what? go back. remember the primary calendar and debate calendar and the fact that the republicans were looking for prime time venues, democrats were looking for saturday morning cartoon venues. i'm being a little facetious. you go back there and you can't help but wonder if you're a sanders person what if the debates had been a bigger deal. could i have got traction sooner? you never know. >> what does hillary clinton
need to accomplish from this convention? i'll ask you both starting with steve? >> she needs a bounce. donald trump it looks like got some kind of bounce. another new poll out in the last few seconds that shows a tie race at 42. at least a small bounce for donald trump. maybe a bigger one. she needs to answer now. >> i think it's all about getting the progressives actually semi excited about her. i think at the end of the day it is. both of them were struggling just dealing with their own bases. >> chuck and steve, we'll have many happy returns this week. we'll have more from this historic city in a moment. we should mention nbc news will have live coverage from the dnc tonight prime time 10:00 eastern and one quick note. tomorrow i'll sit down with president obama at the white house for an exclusive interview right before he addresses this convention. we'll have that for you wednesday morning on "today." for now, i'll send it back to you, matt, in new york. >> busy week ahead. thank you very much. also this morning, germany has
been shaken by a fourth attack in the past week. this time an apparent suicide bombing near a music festival. officials say a 27-year-old syrian who had been denied asylum blew himself up. the bomber's request was rejected a year ago but allowed to remain in germany because of the strife in syria. the attack comes just two days after a gunman killed nine people at a mall in munich. to an out of control wildfire that's raging north of los angeles. it's already destroyed nearly two dozen homes and forced thousands of residents from their homes. nbc's gadi schwartz is on the front lines. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. a lot of people sleeping in their cars in parking lots this morning. this fire already forced evacuation of hundreds. it's claimed the life of one and even at this early hour,
helicopters are up on the ridge making water drops trying to save more homes. in the hillside towns north of los angeles, another sleepless night. hundreds watching a ridge as it turned into a wall of flame. >> it's like a war zone here. you can't stop looking. >> the so-called sand fire churning through brushed at an incredible speed nowhere close to contained. >> it's like someone threw a switch. all of a sudden the winds changed and picked up by 20 to 30 miles an hour. >> reporter: hundreds have been evacuated and homes are burning. so far at least 18 houses have been destroyed while firefighters and homeowners have saved hundreds of others from devastation. >> another five minutes. >> reporter: evacuees protect what cannot be replaced. >> no time to wait for a trailer. got to get them out now. >> reporter: some of the scenes surreal. the roads look like a drive
through hell. choppers hauling water through bright yellow skies. back on the front lines, crews fight through constantly shifting smoke and flames as a town watches and waits. the only certainty, another day of fire ahead. and this fire is only 10% contained with fire crews saying realistically it will likely be friday before this thing is under control. there is no rain in the forecast. matt? >> gadi schwartz, thank you very much. shaping up to be another week of dangerously high temperatures across a big portion of the country. al is off today. dylan is here. >> out west it's hot and dry. everywhere else it's hot and extremely humid. that's what's going to make it so dangerous. when you have humidity in the air, your body can't cool off the way you want it to. we have 53 million people under some sort of excessive heat warning or heat advisory. that includes 15 states.
106,000 square miles. what is it going to feel like? down through philadelphia if we hit 98 degrees, that could break a record for today. but the feels-like temperature when you factor in that humidity will feel like 106. new york city will feel like 101. even up into new england it's going to feel like it's between 90 and 100 degrees. down south it's even hotter. temperatures in raleigh about 97 degrees. norfolk about 100. your feels like will be closer to 110. there's a cold front starting to cool things down back through the midwest. minneapolis will drop to 88. chicago will drop to 84. still a little bit humid but you'll notice improvements through the next couple of days. st. louis will drop back down into the 80s by the end of the week. chicago, beautiful on thursday at 82 degrees. and in the northeast we'll see things cooldown sooner than areas across the mid-atlantic. stays hot all week long through d.c. and philadelphia. in new york city we should drop to 88 by friday. that's a look at the weather across the country. your local forecast is ♪
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forecast. >> all right, dylan. thank you very much. coming up, the harsh reaction from athletes all around the world for the decision not to ban the entire russian team from competing in the rio olympics. we'll talk to bob costas about that. savannah? >> and could ousted news ceo roger ailes work with donald trump on his campaign. what the republican nominee is saying about that and the heavy hitter set to speak at the democratic convention. first on a monday morning, this is "today" on nbc.
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awkward... good morning. i'm katy zachry. a few minutes before 7:30 on your monday. let's get to meteorologist bill henley with a look at the forecast. people may have woken up to some se serious storms. >> look at the jersey shore, a tremendous amount of lightning in the last 15 minutes, the number of strikes, more than 1200 and it's still going. heavy rainfall moving through harvey cedars and beach haven. it's quickly moving offshore but storms are still going right along the coast of new jersey. during the day today, it's going to be heat and humidity and then late afternoon showers and thunderstorms are back. i've issued a first alert for the strong storms between 2:00
and 8:00 this evening. >> let's get a check on your roads today with jessica boyington. the schuylkill looks really backed up. you can see that reflected on the drive times. this is the schuylkill expressway, a 31-minute trip up to the blue route. and again that's speeds down into the 20s right now. you can see into center city, not too much better. the drive time is a little lighter. that's 22 minutes there from the blue route to the vine. here's a look right now at the wells fargo center in south philadelphia. getting underway later today. i'm katy zachry. we'll have another live update in 25 minutes. now back to the "today" show. we'll see you shortly. yellowstone, yosemite,
it's 7:30 now. monday morning. 25th of july, 2016. we have a crowd starting the week with us in rockefeller plaza. they're happy because matt is back in new york holding down the fort. by the way, we're here at independence hall here in philadelphia. this is where the democratic national convention kicks off today and those are six of my closest friends, matt. i expect big crowds when you come later this week. >> it's early. the people attending the convention are just arriving in philadelphia. i was listening before on our in-house audio system and i heard you asking for a look at the liberty bell. have you found it? >> i did. i wanted to compare my current size to the liberty bell.
>> did you find it on ground level in that building there? >> there's a big crack, did you know that? let us set the scene in this historic city. we're here on independence mall downtown philly five miles north of the wells fargo center. that's where the actual convention is taking place. it's normally home to the philadelphia flyers and the 76ers but this week the democrats have the floor. just like we saw at the rnc, each night of the convention has a theme. supposed to showcase the clinton's campaign vision of a united america. tonight's theme, united together focusing on struggles and future of american families and there are some heavy hitters among the speakers tonight. senator elizabeth warren, first lady michelle obama and vermont senator bernie sanders and of course sanders supporters will be a major headliner at the dnc all week long. this morning republican nominee donald trump is trying to court sanders voters while weighing in on a number of things including hillary clinton's choice for a running mate. nbc national correspondent peter alexander is on the convention
floor with that part of the story. peter, good morning. >> reporter: savannah, good morning to you. we've now moved up into the stands next to the vermont delegation seats. this of course is bernie sanders' home state. his appeal has grown wider than that. as sanders gets prepared to take the stage tonight, what he says could go a long way to bringing together the democratic party even as donald trump tries to stoke the party's visions. after trying to unite his own party, donald trump look to rile up sanders supporters. >> the choice of tim kaine was a slap in the face to bernie sanders and everybody. i was shocked. i love it from my standpoint. >> reporter: trump unleashing a weekend tweet storm predicting sanders' supporters will fight. kaine stands for the opposite. the kaine pick is a sore spot for progressives. >> his political views are not my political views. he's more conservative than i
am. >> reporter: still trump is hardly the kill them with kindness strategy. >> just like it was rigged against bernie sanders. >> reporter: ripping into him as exhausted, weak and pathetic. a recent poll found 11% back trump. 76% for clinton including sanders himself. >> my job is to see that donald trump is defeated and hillary clinton is elected. >> reporter: trump now taking sides in another public battle defending roger ailes who is accused of sexually harassing at least two dozen women. accusations ailes denies. >> it's very sad. he's a good person. i found him to be a very good person. >> reporter: already facing a major deficit with female voters, trump questions the accusers' credibility. >> when they write books recently released saying wonderful things about him and now they say horrible things
about him. >> trump is teasing about a potential ailes partnership. >> a lot of people think he'll run my campaign. >> reporter: donald trump has not said whether or not a lot of people are right. as for bernie sanders, what's best needed to help unify the party may have just happened. at least according to sanders' campaign manager jeff weaver. he says that's the resignation of party chair debbie wasserman-schultz and that may bring bernie delegates over and more inclined to support hillary clinton. savannah? >> peter alexander, thank you. let's go back to chuck todd on this whole issue. trump has not exactly been subtle. he's going after these sanders' voters. there's a subscat -- subcategory of those voters. >> it's not about being upset at the party. he's trying to woo them on an issue and trump said it, trade. if you look, that's where there was common ground.
and that is where there is sort of a similar message which is, hey, globalization has been bad for america. sanders was making a version of that case and so is trump. this is more than trump needling. this is trump looking for numbers and by the way, he does need them if he's going to win. >> sanders was on your show "meet the press" yesterday. it seems like he's trying to send a clear signal to supporters that trump is not your guy. >> if you're the clinton folks, you're relieved that he's doing that. he never took that bait. for a long time during the primary, trump would try to sort of put his arm around sanders and sanders always pushed it away. >> he mentioned sanders in his acceptance speech. >> again, it goes back that there is common ground. >> do you feel like sanders is being a good soldier? even though he registered his discontent with what had happened at the dnc, he didn't seem to be fanning the flames.
>> clinton folks weren't pleased with what he said about tim kaine. >> he would have chosen a more pr progressive nominee. >> the night he was picked, one call to president obama and the other to bernie sanders. the fact that he didn't add a but, i think that upset them a bit because it sent a signal to sanders supporters that kaine is not your guy. >> do you think he'll give that call to action endorsement for hillary clinton tonight? >> i think he's going to work on making a case against donald trump. i think the unknown how forcefully does he make a progressive argument for hillary clinton. >> chuck, thank you. we'll see you a lot. back to dylan in new york with a check of the weather. >> thanks, savannah. good morning, everyone. a couple storms trying to move through parts of missouri and into areas like central illinois. we also had severe thunderstorm warning earlier this morning in
philadelphia. this is all associated with a cold front that's finally going to start to cool things down. first in the midwest but then it takes a while in the northeast. probably until the end of the week actually. you can see this area in yellow that includes pittsburgh all of the way over to philadelphia down through dover and even washington d.c. later on this afternoon and into this evening it's in this area where we could see stronger storms. downbursts that cause gusty winds along with torrential downpours. this front is moving eastward. as it does so, we'll see an increase in clouds. heat and humidity combined with that front is why we'll good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a hot and humid day ahead. in fact the hottest day of the heat wave, 9 degrees this afternoon in philadelphia. take the heat and humidity, combine them, you get the feels like, 105 for center city, lansdale 101 and it will feel like 102 in allentown.
late afternoon storms could turn severe today and that goes for new jersey into the evening hours. steamy at the shower. wilmington, 106 this afternoon. >> and for your forecast any time, check it out on the the weather channel or on cable. >> good advice. thank you very much. coming up next, the international olympic committee stops short of banning all russian athletes from competing in rio in the wake of a doping scandal. was that the right call? we'll ask bob costas. a terrifying tiger attack caught on camera. why did that woman get out of her car inside a wildlife park? ♪
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we're back with a decision by the international olympic committee that's courting controversy. russia will not be hit with a total ban for rio despite an investigation that revealed state-run doping. we go to london's olympic park for more on that. >> reporter: a lot of athletes who competed here in london four years ago and anti-doping officials are fuming this morning. the ioc going against the world anti-doping agency recommendations giving team russia a chance to compete at the rio olympics. no all-out ban on russian athletes. that's the decision from the international olympic committee on sunday. instead, each sports governing body will have to decide who's clean. >> taking into account only reliable international tests that means russian tests cannot be taken into consideration. >> reporter: the decision bringing relief from russia,
outrage around the world. spineless, said british long jumper greg rutherford and if passing the buck was judged a sport, then the ioc showed us perfect execution. in moscow, the sports minister said he was grateful. it comes just days after an independent investigation confirmed russia's state sanctioned doping program. and many anti-doping officials are furious saying a blanket ban on all russian athletes was the only fix. >> it's a level of corruption of the olympic games that we can't tolerate. >> reporter: in the days before the decision, growing concern among the world's top athletes over the state of competitive sports. >> you cheat or you go against the rules, then you're going to take severe action. >> there are a lot of kids out there that look out to us. >> reporter: will clay says the
ioc's decision is fair. >> people deserve a chance to show if they're legit or not. >> reporter: russian athletes will have 12 days to prove they're clean. that ban against the entire russian track and field team still stands but some 20 or so international sports federations now have this monumental task of going through test results for more than 300 russian athletes before the games begin. matt? >> kelly, thank you very much. bob costas, nbc's prime time host for the 2016 rio olympics joining us now by phone. bob, good morning to you. >> hi, hat. >> the ioc was under huge pressure to restore some sense of competence in their anti-doping capabilities, did they do the right thing or did they simply punt? >> somewhere in between. it's substantial penalty but some athletes, obviously reduced number, but some athletes will march under the russian flag and a lot of people including some who were a candidate for ioc
president and used to head the world anti-doping agency, they said that the best message to send as kelly laid out in her report, the best message to send would have been to ban the entire russian delegation. now, with less than two weeks before the competition begins, you've got 28 separate international sports federations, some more vigilant than others about doping and some involved in political connections to russia, having to sort through all of this. it will be a hodgepodge. >> let's make sure people understand that. if we take sochi alone, there was coordination between russian officials. they took dirty samples switching them out for samples that were clean passing those samp samples through holes in the wall. >> they said that any russian athlete who had previously been found to have been doping, even if they had served a suspension
and suspension was over, they were also banned. that would include a middle distance runner who was a whistle-blower and a lot of people think what's justice in that? she sevrved her suspense but at the moment she's barred. but there are athletes from the united states who have served doping suspensions and now they're back and they will compete in rio. so there seems to be no consistent rhyme or reason to some of this. >> last question. ten seconds if you don't mind. any time a russian athlete win as medal in rio, will there be a mental asterisk next to it? >> i would think so. a cloud of suspicion. >> bob costas, see new rio, pal. >> okay, matt. >> 11 short days by the way. coming up, the big thrill that adele just gave to one of her biggest fans but first t
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good morning. i'm katy zachry. just a few minutes before 8:00 on your monday morning. he's get to first alert meteorologist bill henley. a lot of storms rolled through earlier. are they still around? >> they're moving offshore quickly. they didn't last long. the philadelphia area saw the heavy downpours. now the lightning, the heavy rain is offshore, except for light rainfall in toms river, moderate showers. it's lightened up in atlantic city. now we're watching the temperatures. another hot and humid day. 76 in philadelphia, 78 in allentown and it is going to warm into the 90s this afternoon and feel more like 100 degrees. katy? let's get a check on the roads now. slow going on the schuylkill and now 95? >> 95 for sure. this is around route 420 where we're headed northbound toward
the philadelphia international airport. there's a check point up ahead right around broad street. 43 minutes right now as cars are having some lane restrictions northbound from the blue route to the vine street expressway. now these delays will be around on the broad street line. taking a live look right now from inside the wells fargo center where the democratic national convention begins in just a few hours this afternoon. and we're a little more than seven hours away from gavel in. before that there will be caucuses and meetings. tonight's speakers including bernie sanders, first lady michelle obama will close out the night. and nbc 10 has extensive coverage of the dnc all night. you can catch live broadcasts all week long from inside the wells fargo center and get instant updates about the breaking news, including protests with the nbc 10 app. that's all for now. we're back in 25.
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it's 8:00 on today. coming up, democratic disarray. the head of the dnc forced to step down on the eve of the party's national convention as hillary clinton looks to bernie sanders for support to unify her party before taking on donald trump. >> again, i don't know anything. i don't know anything about these e-mails. i haven't followed it. i'm very proud of the campaign that i ran. i'm very proud of the campaign that senator sanders ran. >> we're live in philadelphia as the convention kicks off. plus, game changer. maria shriver reveals the new program designed to give your brain a boost and improve your memory. could it be a major breakthrough
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>> we're back now. 8:00 on a monday morning. it is a beautiful 25th day of july, 2016. when i say beautiful, i mean hot, humid, sticky. the kind of day you walk up to people and go how are you, what kind of deodorant are you wearing? we've got great gang on the plaza. savannah not here. she's down in a nice air conditioned studio in philadelphia getting ready for the democratic national convention. >> air conditioned? what? the city of brotherly love turned into the city of frizzy hair. >> looks good though. we'll see you in just a second. by the way, we mentioned that we're just 11 days now -- did i mention hoda is here? 11 days away from the start of the rio olympic games. we'll come to you each morning
from a beautiful spot. >> the olympic rings were installed right there on the beach. the sculptures nearly 10 feet tall, 20 feet wide made out of recycled materials. the colors of the olympic rings were chosen because at least one of them is present in the flag of every single country in the world. >> speaking of countries, a lot of them in the summer games. over 200 countries. >> i've been studying my olympic book. coming up this morning, our summer long series "today's social star" is back. last month we introduced you to three people of dreams of making it big on youtube, instagram and vine including a beauty blogger angela cruz. we paired her up with candy johnson, a youtube beaut guru and they are here to show their favorite summer beauty tricks online. get ready. you can catch all of it on a youtube live stream. it starts at 8:30 eastern on
today.com. >> look at the nice colors. >> we're bright and summery. >> summer styles. savannah, back to you. >> all right. thanks so much. the democratic convention officially begins today but the drama and disarray is well under way here in philly. debbie wasserman-schultz will step down as chairwoman of the democratic national committee later this week. a decision that was unexpected. it comes in the wake of leaked e-mails that suggest the party may have favored hillary clinton during the primary over bernie sanders. nbc's hallie jackson has the latest on all of it. hallie, good morning. >> reporter: hi, savannah. all of that is why a lot of folks will be watching to see what bernie sanders says on stage here tonight. elizabeth warren, michelle obama also making remarks kicking off a big week packed with big names. this morning all eyes on bernie sanders set to take the stage less than 24 hours after a stunning shake-up at the dnc.
chairwoman debbie wasserman-schultz out after the convention stripped of her position. a move to soothe sanders supporters after leaked e-mails suggested the party may have favored hillary clinton in the primary. clinton insisting to "60 minutes" she knew nothing about the controversial notes. >> i don't know anything about these e-mails. i haven't followed it. but i'm very proud of the campaign that i ran. i'm very proud of the campaign that senator sanders ran. >> reporter: sanders former campaign manager acknowledging the lack of party support hurt. >> i'm not going to say it cost us the nomination, no. we were put at a disadvantage in ways we should not have been. >> reporter: and as clinton tries to taut her vp pick tim kaine as a progressive sanders saying he's better than donald trump but -- >> his political views are not my political views. he's more conservative than i am. >> reporter: republicans trying to turn the page past their own
convention missteps practically gleeful at the democratic drama. >> when you rig a system and you spread e-mails around with each other and senior staff in that manner, this kind of outcome is inevitable. >> reporter: now preparations in full swing for night one of the democratic national convention. along with sanders, michelle obama set to take the stage. a white house official telling nbc news she'll talk about the role that presidents play in the lives of children but the first lady isn't the only big name in the spotlight. lots of celebrities lining up to support clinton, too. get ready to her katy perry roar. eva longoria outside of the arena and lady gaga, madonna, fergie, performing in philly in support of clinton. stars aligning at the center of the political universe. while the focus is on democrats
here in philadelphia today, on the republican side donald trump who is back out on the campaign trail is seeing a bit of a bounce after his convention. a new poll out this morning, savannah, now shows him up three points over hillary clinton. >> all right. hallie jackson inside the hall. let's go back to new york and the other morning's top stories from sheinelle jones. good morning. >> just six weeks after the orlando nightclub massacre, police in florida are on the scene of another deadly club shooting. nbc's kerry sanders is in ft. myers. kerry, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, sheinelle. gunfire broke out at a club known as club blu. two people were killed. at least 16 wounded. tragically, this was teen night so some of the victims are as young as 12 years old. the authorities say at this point there are no indications of terrorism. the club has released a statement that says in part, we are deeply sorry for all involved. we tried to give teens what we
thought was a safe place to have a good time. there was armed security as well as full security inside and out. but as you point out, this is yet one more tragic shooting at a nightclub. it does not appear to be terrorism related as was the case in orlando where 49 people were killed and 53 were wounded just six weeks ago. sheinelle? >> so sad. thank you. police in dallas are investigating the death of a 3-year-old boy found inside a hot car sunday in a church parking lot. the outside temperature was at least 98 degrees. officials say the boy's family was at a bible service when the parents realized one of their five children was missing. the father ran outside and came back with his unconscious son in his arms. he was pronounced dead at the hospital. there was tragedy this weekend at a wildlife park in china. a siberian tiger killed one woman and severely wounded
another. >> reporter: a family of four, a man, two women and a child were touring beijing's 6,000 acre wildlife world. it's the largest safari park of its kind in china where animals are allowed to roam freely and visitors can drive through in their car. the man and one of the women both seated in the front got into an argument. at that point she gets out and calmly walks to the driver's side. the driver opens the door and they start talking. the woman doesn't appear to realize the danger until just a split second before the tiger pounces. the man jumps out to help. while the first woman is being attacked, the second woman also tries to help. but the tiger goes after her. within seconds, park staff arrive on the scene but it's too late. the first woman is badly mauled. sustaining serious injuries. the woman who got out to help was killed by the tiger almost instantly. according to officials, visitors are forbidden from getting out
of their cars. a spokesman for the park had no comment on the attack. both the man and the child are said to be okay. two years ago a security guard at the same park was killed by a tiger after he stepped out of his patrol vehicle. amazing video shot this weekend shows the moment when a small plane with mechanical problems fell from the sky over connecticut. it crash landed on the roof of a house. look at this. people at the scene were able to pull the pilot from the wreckage and stabilize him before he was air lifted to the hospital. nobody on the ground was injured. guys? >> that tiger. >> i can't watch that video. >> heartbreaking. >> sheinelle, thank you very much. coming up next, a bizarre jersey destroying outburst that landed a star baseball player on the bench. plus those hacked dnc e-mails revealing why air ana grande wasn't allowed to perform. >> "the price is right." >> "the price is right." we'll take you behind clean foo.
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he wake e walked into the locke and cut them to shreds using scissors. didn't work out for him. he was suspended for playing for five days. fined an undisclosed amount because he violated team rules for insubordination and destroying team equipment. >> he's their ace, too. that's really bad. there were guys in 1976 who played for the team and guys that played before him and that disrespects them and their legacy. a lot of guys held out to players today could make money that he's making. >> look at his history. see what else is going on. >> that one looked good. another interesting story from sports. on friday night, london's track and field event. lane six running 100 meter hurdle event. she's flying.
watch this girl. she easily wins the race. okay. at the end though she looks happy but not overly happy because on the clock her time was posted incorrectly. it had her above a world record. a minute later they corrected it showing she had broken a 28-year-old world record. watch her face after realizing this. >> that's amazing. >> christmas morning. >> that's good news. do you want to hear the bad news? she's not going to be the in the olympics because she plays sixth in the olympic trials and only the top three athletes in each event for our country go to the olympics. she won't be able to compete. still a world record holder. >> wow. that's weird. >> savannah? >> all right. a fun story from last week's republican convention. carson cannot stop talking about
beautiful earrings that she was wearing. get ivanka her hearing back. she tweeted to us thinking we could get in touch with ivanka. a trump campaign worker saw the tweet, coordinated the reunion and here you see all reunited together again. cute, right? >> dylan lost part of a diamond earring on a plane. >> no one returned it. >> my mom lost her wallet and someone tweeted me and said i have your mom's wallet. my mom got it back thanks to twitter. >> everyone is getting stuff back but me. >> time for "pop start."
>> are video angered a lot of e as you can imagine. it angered dnc even more. in the recently released hack e-mails of the dnc, finance chair zachary allen asked for arianna grande to be vetted for a potential performance at the white house. after vetting her, they discovered that doughnut incident and backlash that followed and so white house employees simply said nope. sorry to grande's possible performance and brie larson announced the next big role she's going to take on. it's captain marvel in the iconic marvel comic series. the news was announced yesterday. following that announcement, call me captain marvel.
captain marvel is the first film in the series to revolve around a female character. it will be a while to see larson as a superhero. that movie not expected to be released until 2019. adele started her north american tour earlier this month. thursday night she stopped in vancouver and performance was a memorable one for one particular fan. in the middle of the concert, adele pulled the lucky man on stage and watch what happened next. >> how old are you? >> 31. >> where do you live? >> nigeria. >> in case you missed it, you see the fan there adele briefly kissed much to his excitement saying he just snubbed me before she leans into take a selfie, that's your "pop start" you can find more news as always on "today's" facebook page. >> the guy is reaching for his
phone. i got to get this. >> very cute. >> carson, thanks very much. dylan, check of the weather. good morning. a steamy day ahead. storms this morning. another chance this afternoon. after the temperatures soar. 98 degrees in center city. 105 is the feels-like temperature. late-day storms for philadelphia. see them first in the suburbs and in the lehigh valley where tell feel like more than 100 -- it will feel like more than 100. lansdale, allentown. new jersey, evening storms possible after 90s. even 90s for the shore. and delaware, too. >> and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, stick around because this week we're launching a special series "game on today." >> we're starting with the longest running game show in tv history. "the price is right." dylan come on down. >> i get excited every time i
hear that phrase. i'm a huge fan of "the price is right." it runs in my family. i got the chance of a lifetime to see how it all comes together. >> it's "the price is right." come on down. >> like millions of americans across the country i've been "the price is right" fan for as long as i can remember. i spent countless afternoons watching and playing along with my grandma doris who also happens to be the winningest contestant in the show's history. >> we're pleased to present mrs. doris milky. a total of 72, 569. >> my grandmother went from an audience member to a contestant on her favorite game show. after six weeks of competing, grandma doris came home a winner with the prizes to prove it. >> thank you, bill. it's been a thrill. >> more than 50 years later,i s
"the price is right" is still making dreams come true. in 2007, drew carey stepped into the role that bob barker held for 30 years. >> make it your own show and don't copy it. i don't know if it was a threat. it's still good advice. >> it seems like jobs once people get it, they don't leave it. >> it's so much fun. i don't feel like i'm coming to work. i'm happy to come to this place and be around people i work with and be in front of the crowd. >> what do you think it is about this show? i feel like it never had to really reinvent itself. it's just been going strong. what's the staying power? >> contestants. people watch to relate to somebody. >> do a happy dance.
>> look at this. a three-way tie. what a crazy show. >> this audience is filled with hundreds of super fans all hoping to hear those famous words. >> come on down. >> just as excited to be there, the contestant producer. a job he's had for 37 years. it seems like you still love doing this after all those years. >> absolutely love it. it's like going to the circus every day. it's different every day. people are fun. it's an exciting concept. never the same. i'll talk to eevery single peope one at a time. it's like speed dating. does someone want a new car? work to "price is right." what i'm looking for in a contestant. i'm looking for energy
obviously. sincerity. people who are truly excited to be here and potential comedy. if you can match my energy or exceed it and maintain it, you have a great chance of getting on the show. it's hard to find. harder than it sounds. >> it's our 50th birthday and we're on "the price is right." >> you hear francis come on down. >> my god. >> we made our way inside where i got a different view of the show i've watched from home for years. >> dylan dreyer, come on down! you're the next contestant on "the price is right." >> dylan, hi. down there. down there. down there. >> i don't know what i'm doing. >> you look so familiar. i can't place you. >> once i regained composure, i made my way backstage to cheer on some of my new friends.
>> this has been our show forever. my gosh. it means the world to me. >> i'm so happy for you. before i could leave, there's one more thing that i had to do. my own dream come true. >> how many takes to get the dollar. be honest. >> that was my first try. >> and your grandmother is the winningest person ever on the show. you asked if the wheel is heavy. it's a good solid heavy wheel. some of the prizes my grandmother won, a house in florida, ice cream truck, fur coats. if you calculate it out to what it would have been now, more than $500,000 in prizes. >> favorite moment when you ran up on the stage.
forget you were supposed to be a contestant. >> i ran right up. >> al is going to take us good morning. a few minutes before 8:00 on your monday. let's get right to meteorologist bill henry with a look at your -- bill henley with a look at your forecast. serious thunderstorms rolled in earlier. >> now offshore, the last few raindrops moving through ocean county now, the toms river area. rainfall won't last all day. and through the day today, we'll be watching temperatures soar. the seven-day forecast at the bottom of the screen. the temperatures will be climbing, but there's a chance we'll see more wet weather later today. 78 in the lehigh valley. 79 in delaware. 7 in philadelphia. upper -- 77 in philadelphia. upper 90s, tell feel like more than 100 for our neighborhoods
today. katie? >> thanks. the roads are slow going on the major. >> right, katy, especially 95. different police checkpoints because of the dnc. this weekend we're watching a multivehicle accident scene on 99. the only things about this, it's coming out of center city. we're not combining it with the normal rush hour delay. several vehicles involved headed northbound into the left lane. >> thanks. here's a live look at the wells fargo center in south philadelphia. the democratic national convention for hillary clinton for president gets underway later today. more dnc protests planned for today. one march across the ben franklin bridge from camden to philadelphia is set for 11:00. i'm katy zachry. more in another 25 minutes. back to the "today" show.
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it's 8:30. it's monday morning. 25th of july, 2016. a hot day in philly. look at that cutie. in new york and along the east coast, we'll sign off but tomorrow carson and al are coming here and matt we'll be reunited and feel so good when you come wednesday morning. >> i love that song. nice throwback there. that was good. savannah, we'll see you tomorrow. we've got a lot of great
concerts to tell you about heading to the plaza this friday morning. the one and only jimmy buffett will be here. always a lot of fun with the parrot heads when he's in town. >> one week from today, andy grammer is taking the stage and is letting you pick one of the songs. >> you can include your choice of one of these three songs. watch the concert on monday to see which songs win. >> he's so much fun. and this thursday we celebrate the release of j.k. rawlings eighth "harry potter" story. come to the plaza dressed as your favorite "harry potter" character and win a copy of the new book and vip trip for you and a guest to university studios hollywood. >> the first 250 entrants will
receive the first seven "harry potter" books. you need to be 13 and older. parents, come along with your kids. >> carson, time to get that outfit. let's get a check of the weather from dylan. >> there was a breeze for a second. felt nice for a second. it's hot and humid and will stay that way early this week. we do have a chance of stronger storms today especially across the mid-atlantic, southern new jersey including philadelphia, down through delaware. it stretches back to pittsburgh, pennsylvania, too. it's all because of that cold front combining with heat, humidity and we could see some strong gusty winds with the storms that develop later this afternoon. spotty showers and storms also back through the southern plains but nothing too strong expected there. now tomorrow a slight risk through south dakota and into nebraska. again, large hail and damaging winds will be the biggest threat and spotty showers through the carolinas and also down along the gulf coast. otherwise, it remains hot and humid. feels-like temperature when you factor in humidity will feel like it's up around 105 for most of the eastern half of the
country and the southwest it's just hot b ut good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. a steamy day ahead. storms this morning. another chance of storms this afternoon. after the temperatures soar. 98 degrees in center city. 105 is the feels-like temperature. late-day storms for philadelphia. see them first in the suburbs and lehigh valley where it will feel like more than 100 this afternoon. in lansdale and allentown. for new jersey, evening storms are possible after the temperatures into the 90s. even 90s for the shore. delaware, too. >> and that's your latest forecast. guys? >> dylan, thadylan, thank you v. you probably heard about programs to increase your brain power. now a major study has pinpointed one that can fight the symptoms of ageing. nbc special anchor maria shriver is in los angeles with more. good morning. >> good morning. we all know with age comes
wisdom and many more unwanted side effects. if you or your loved one struggle with memory or thinking skills, keep watching. we're about to show you a brain fitness program that researchers now say could be a game changer. at 70 years old, retiree phyllis walter says her mind feels like it's 40. thanks to this brain fitness program she plays on her computer. >> i don't feel like an old person anymore. that's a wonderful feeling. >> it was in her 60s that phyllis noticed her brain slowing down. she would forget things like where she put her glasses and often struggled to find the right words in conversation. >> my brain was not keeping up with me. >> then she read about an online program called brain hq. it's a series of mental exercises you do for about an hour a day. all designed by scientists to turn back the clock on your brain. >> we're trying to regrow your brain speed.
>> a top neuro scientists created hq based on years of research. he found like building muscles at the gym, you can build up your brain at any age. you're here to say that in fact you can grow your brain, 40, 50, 60? >> absolutely right. you have a capacity to continue to grow to the end of your life. you don't have to go into retreat. >> as i was about to find out, his brain workout isn't easy. >> you'll see one of these two vehicles. you have to remember which one it is. >> it's making me nervous because it's going really fast. he says his program works when others don't because it sharpens your brain speed and accuracy. the fundamentals needed for better memory and thinking skills. i'm growing my brain. my brain is getting fitter. it's not just talk. in a new long-term study of over 2,800 seniors funded by the national institutes of health,
researchers found those that took just several weeks of brain hq speed training had an up to 48% lower risk of dementia than others. even ten years after they stopped the program. jerry edwards is the study's lead author. >> these are significant findings that have a chance to change how we view the ageing process. >> reporter: trainees had fewer at fault car crashes and a much lower risk of depression. >> these exercises ended up lowering the cases of depression. why? >> very substantially. it's because you're uprighting processing the processes that control function. you are more alert. you're more on the ball. all of these things are by their nature anti-depressants. >> after just months on the program, phyllis says she was transformed. her memory, speaking skills and
even reading comprehension before than decades before. >> i don't have to sit down and say nature is going to be taking control of my life. i have control of my life. >> a subscription to brain headquarters cost between $8 and $14 a month but many libraries and senior centers off it for free. you can find out more information about the program at today.com. matt? >> you have five buyers right here on the sofa. that sounded great. >> it actually is. it's much harder than you think as well. i think a lot of people don't do these exercises because they're afraid of them and afraid they'll have a lower baseline but most important thing is to get on there and keep exercising your brain and that's really new philosophy that you can exercise your brain, grow it daily just like your body. >> great info. nice seeing you. thank you. up next, cool new tools and gadgets to keep your whole family entertained during the summer but first on a monday
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>> announcer: "today's parenting teen" is sponsored by johnson. discovering wonders with parents and babies. >> all right. on "today's parenting team," let's get kids outside and enjoy summer. >> you have great activities. >> it's late summer. we have to get outside and play. >> we have an elaborate setup in the plaza but these are backyard things you can do. >> hung from sturdy trees, sturdy branch. including this. it looks like a surfboard. you stay on this sturdy platform and hold onto the handle.
>> would you rather see me on this or hoda on this? >> come on, hoda. you can do it. you will go back and forth. move your legs back and forth. hanging from the porch or trees. it's the hot new swing. what i love about it is small kids can sit and hold handles or big kids can -- >> you have to try it. who wants to see matt. >> grown-ups love it. >> this is so cool. it feels like it could be really good exercise, too. how is the dismount? >> 10. 10. >> talk about this. obstacle course in the air. >> this is designed with help of an american ninja warrior himself ryan arnold. this is a ninja line.
they go up the line and then they increase in challenge. these are not too hard and then they'll go to the next one. this is a great way to get kids and their parents fit and active and playing outside. >> love that. i like the swing we got going here at the end. >> way to go. keep going. >> one more. >> this is the swing that holds up to 500 pounds. two kids can get on it or a parent and children. it's really sturdy. they can spin and swing. again, these all are hung from trees. >> is it fun? having a good time? good for you. >> kids play together on their own with each other and not just always with parents. i love this. you're looking for first wheels for your toddler. what's great about this is these are for 1 year old and up and encourages them to scoot on their own and steer on their own and folds up flat to take it to the park or wherever you have to
go. the most fun thing in preschool was water and sand table. this seems simple. kids love these. this is a sand and water table. this one is filled in shaving dre cream. they love it. they can draw letters in it. they love to get messy. you can get in there and get messy. >> have you smelled that? >> this isn't your first rodeo. kids love a tree house. if you don't have room to build one of your own, this can hold three to four kids in there on their own. they can have snack time, story time, pretend play and l.e.d. lights light up at night. hang it from the tree or they sell this fun crescent stand for a portable tree house. and if you don't have room for a big trampoline.
this is junior jumper. safer. they have handles. they can bounce high. this can go inside or outside. in the winter bring it in and keep them active inside as well and then finally i love these. these are the megabounce ball. they bounce super high. i can bounce it so high off your camera. it goes on sand or grass. >> that's fantastic. >> meredith, great ideas. thank you very much. that's going to get the camera. for more ideas and add your own, head to today.com/parentingteam and join o. we're cooking up the perfect summer dessert. but first thiss "today" on
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"today's food" is brought to you by toaster strudel." >> we show you that making pies is easy as pie. here to share a great recipe, author of "let them eat cake." good to see you. it's pie week. >> pie week always in my house. >> what's your go-to pie if you weren't making this recipe? >> apple pie or banana cream pie or -- any kind of pie. >> this is devil's cream pie. let's take a look at the ingredients. we have oreos. >> my favorite. so this takes 36 oreos which is exactly the number in a regular old pack because if there were more, i would eat them and then butter, chocolate, espresso powder, gelatin. good stuff. >> we do crust first? >> you pulverize the cookies with filling in there.
if i didn't, i would scrap them with my teeth and eating the filling. we add just a little bit of butter. >> this is a healthy recipe i can tell already. >> if i were doing this for real, i would take two tablespoons of this cookie set aside for later and it's a magical ingredient. get that nice and moist. you take a little bit to make sure it sticks together so it will work. you just put it inside -- >> how thick do you want that to be inside? >> you just want to make sure there are no moist clumps or dry clumps. >> thick in terms of here? >> you want to go up the sides. thin enough layer on the bottom that you have enough cookie to run it up the sides. it doesn't have to look perfect up top. jagged edges. make it look evil. >> what's in here? >> that's heavy cream, sugar and salt. you get it just to a boil and as that's happening, you have some
milk and gelatin and you want to sprinkle gelatin evenly over cool milk. it helps it set up. we'll put chocolate in there, too. the gelatin just gives it smoother mouth feel and when you cut it, it stands up to attention and looks gorgeous. >> we have people downstairs digging into this. >> it's so good. i need a big glass of milk. >> going right to hell. >> that's why i did it. >> look how cool that looks. a pattern on top. >> now it's bloomed in this one which means that the gelatin is saturated. if it doesn't get like this, you'll bet hard bits of gelatin. after this comes to a boil, you take it off and add your gelatin and stir that up. thank you, sir. you add vanilla. and then this is vanilla bean paste which is my favorite. you can use regular. you can use other extracts. if you like orange, chocolate, that's perfect. dump in that chocolate. i'll do that and you stir. you just make sure that gets
melty enough that it is melted. melty is pretend. here we have it. you want to strain it. here's espresso powder that makes it more chocolatey. >> did you chill something here? >> yes. i bake the crust for ten minutes. you don't have to bake the crust. if it's hot and you are like, forget it. i'm not going turn on the oven. ten minutes to make it crispy and then sieve it into the crust. and it will come right through. and if there are any bits of gelatin leftover, they'll get stopped by the sieve. it will go a lot faster in case you're impatient like i am.
this is swiss meringue. i add a little bit of salt. i do. i swear. >> it's humid. >> and then you put it on top of hot water and whisk it until it's melted and reaches 160 degrees because that kills the nasty in there. no raw eggs. and then you whip it on high until it's nice and fluffy. and you just dump this gorgeousness on top of the pie. you could pipe it and be fancy. no. i just like to do it. you can also torch it. >> i want to take a piece. guys, what's the verdict? >> unbelievable. >> it's so indulgent and delicious. >> and there are other options. put peanut butter mousse or strawberry mousse on top. >> that's attractive, matt. >> this is really good. >> we saw that. >> i didn't want it to fall on the floor. thank you so much. fun to work with you. we have recipes for this and
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celebrating an anniversary of 75 years or more, tell us about them. head to today.com/celebration. >> sleuyou absolutely crushed i. >> happy to be back on the "today" show. i'm with you. >> we have a lot coming up. we have john cena. don't need anything else. >> good to see you. congratulations on a great job. much more ahead on a monday morning. we're going to be down in philadelphia tomorrow, wednesday and thursday for the democratic national convention. we're back right now after your local news and weather.
good morning. a few minutes before 9:00 a.m. is your monday. let's get right to first alert meteorologist bill henley with what to expect later today. more heat and humidity? >> yes. potentially more storms, too. the storms cleared through philadelphia. now the temperatures are starting to climb. the last few showers offshore at least for now. the possibility of more storms erupting this afternoon.
first we'll get the heat and humidity. low 80s for the lehigh valley and delaware. both at 82. 79 in philadelphia. and 76 degrees in the suburbs. temperatures climbing into the upper 90s for philadelphia, the suburbs. late-day showers and thunderstorms will start in pennsylvania and then move to new jersey. then clearing through delaware, as well. before that happens, we'll see temperatures near 100. >> all right. it is hot out this. thank you. let's take a live look outside at the wells fargo center in south philadelphia. the democratic national convention to nominate hillary clinton for president gets underway later today. other events include political fest. the main stage is at the constitution center. there will be game shows, rare screenings, plus a special exhibit called "headed to the white house." there are a total of seven stops. each stop has a theme and one ticket gives you unlimited access to all. you can feast in old city.
a food festival will spotlight the best restaurants, food trucks, and craft beer from the area. the entrance to philly feast is at 3rd and market to 11:00 to 3:00 p.m. for a complete guide to the dnc in philadelphia, tap the free nbc10 app for convention updates and road closures. we'll have another live update for you in about 25 minutes. you can always get the latest news and weather on the nbc10 app.
this morning on "today's take," wwe champ john cena joins us. plus the cast of "bad moms" and a sweet summer treat that's easy as pie. all that coming up right now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hey, everybody. welcome to "today" on this monday morning, july 25th, 2016. everybody is happy right at this moment at 9:00 because i'm here with our good friend wwe superstar and ray of sunshine john cena. tamron and willie are in philadelphia for the democratic
national convention. we'll get the latest from there in a couple minutes. is this something you selected? >> this is my morning jam. i love the piano. >> let me ask you this. you're in your house, apartment -- >> i live in the sky. from one place to another. >> when you're in a private moment and "my house" comes in and you're all alone, it's just you and flo rida and nobody is looking, how does john cena react? >> i relate often back to wwe. it makes me think of big wres e wrestle mania moments. >> can you dance alone in front of a heremirror? >> i only danced on this show when i learned how to twerk and that was a disaster. i folded. i can't unlive that. >> you would seem like you have
moves. >> i have two step. that's it. >> you've been busy. we'll talk about things you have coming up. as matt said at the end of the 8:00 hour, the espys are such a great award show to watch. i actually flipped it on and there you were hosting that. i feel like you have a lot of hosting hats. that one seemed to be to me in your power alley because you're an athlete, you're connecting but you also know how to work a room like that. >> the thing about the espys is it does celebrate a year in athletics but it's a wonderful show in that it does get you to think, laugh and cry and it's very emotional moment. there has to be some mood lightening and humor involved. we took a chance and everybody had a fun time. >> you got something coming up with flo rida. what's cooking? >> a concert august 18th. they're going to kick off a week for us and we're doing that concert on august 18th and proceeds will go to a good cause which will help fund research
for children's cancer, pediatric cancer and follow-up to that is a performance by wwe at the barclay's on august 2 1 which everyone can catch live and that's party slam. i'll be there. i don't know what i'm going to do. >> what do you do at these kind of things? >> i have fun. if you're going to see me dance, it would be there. >> would you go on lip sync battle? >> i would not. >> this is how you know someone is not telling the truth. look at me. you said no. but you nodded. they say that your nonverbal is -- >> yes. yes. >> you'll be busy hosting another big event. the teen choice awards are coming up. >> i snuck into co-host with victoria justice last day of july. we have all sorts of things going on. i am now not on mondays for wwe
anymore. you can't see john cena but smackdown is live on tuesday nights. don't get too pumped up. it's not until tomorrow night. >> i'll wait. >> i can see you're excited as well. >> so we're going to talk a little bit about men's fashion since you have on this adorable -- >> i'm wearing a couch. >> this british newspaper was giving men's dos and don't about what to wear in the summertime. i want to see if you agree. is this to work or just in life? >> we should set the record -- i don't know. hawaiian shirts. >> hawaiian shirts is the first one. would you wear a hawaiian shirt. there was a party and you're going to your friend's house? >> i would never wear it to work. there's a reason they make hawaiian shirts. a relaxed atmosphere having fun in the heat, i would go for it. >> i'm a fan of a hawaiian shirt. my boyfriend is crazy about hawaiian shirts. there was another study that
said they were back in. i think it takes a real man to wear a hawaiian shirt. don't you? >> i need to stock up on hawaiian shirts then. >> what about boat shoes? do you wear those? >> i do spend time in florida so it's hot all year. i wear boat shoes all year. >> britain says no. >> i'm kicked off the island. >> shorts to work? >> no. i wear shorts every day to work. >> look at you. >> you got me. would i wear shorts here? no. i wear shorts every day of my life. i wear jean shorts. it's like the '90s are back. why are you still hanging on? it's not cool yet. >> how about this sneakers outside of the gym? they say no. >> i say yes. i say yes. stylish and sneakers are a part of culture. really classy shoes out there. i think they totally go. >> they say socks are a no go.
>> no socks. it depends. i'm not agreeing with great britain on this one. >> okay. so we're going to switch gears just a little bit. as we told you and as you know, news is coming out of philadelphia where the democratic national convention is being held in philly and that's where tamron hall is. hey, tamron. >> hey hoda. hi, john. you did a fantastic job on the espys. i'm getting feedback here. you were talking about casual dress. john was with us in casual attire. full-on suit to what he was wearing. >> casual. >> i'll put this back in so i can hear you. >> casual. that's the day i learned to twerk. >> that was all in one day. and hoda, for the record -- we're a minute from having a full-on afro. >> we have weather sensitive
hair. we stay away from rain whenever we can. >> humidity that's at 90%. let me rush down details of dnc because when i come back i'll have a fro. senator bernie sanders and first lady michelle obama will speak and elizabeth warren is part of tonight's agenda. yesterday the story the chair of the democratic national committee, debbie wasserman-schultz announced she'll step down at the end of the convention in the wake of leaked e-mails that suggest that some within the dnc may have favored hillary clinton in the primary. looking ahead, former new york mayor michael bloomberg will endorse hillary clinton later this week. that came as a big surprise yesterday. and there had been some lighter moments of really sweet moment last night at the dnc as staff prepared for the convention.
staffer liz hart was on the stage at the wells fargo center five miles from where we are when a video began to play on the big screen ending with a question will you marry me written on the sand in the beach. her boyfriend got down on one knee and proposed and what did she say, hoda? >> she said yes. >> she said yes! >> how sweet. >> in the city of brotherly love, we've got a lot of love there. i counted individually. nine and growing. willing to deal with the heat and humidity. it's going to be a -- dylan will have more details but seriously it's going to be feel-like temperature around 100. these nine people really love watching "today's take." >> they are hardy. >> it could feel like 105. just so you know.
it's a very, very wet heat. and that's why we have these heat advisories in effect. when you add in the humidity, it feels like it's that much warmer. we could even break a record high temperature today in philadelphia. the forecast is about 97 degrees. again, it will feel like it's 106 later on today. new york city will feel like 101. hartford will feel like 100. you go farther south, it's warmer and more humid and it feels even worse. it's important to note that you need to drink a lot of water, stay inside during that 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. time frame and watch out for pets and elderly, too. we do have a cold front that will help cool us down. it takes until the end of the week before it hits the northeast. back through the midwest, chicago should hit 84 today. good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a steamy day ahead. storms this morning. another chance this afternoon after temperatures soar. 98 in center city. 105 is the feels-like
temperature. late-day storms for philadelphia. see them first in the suburbs and the lehigh valley where it will feel like more than 100 this afternoon. in lansdale and allentown. for new jersey, evening storms are possible after the temperatures into the 90s. even 90s for the shore and delaware, too. >> that's your latest forecast. >> thank you. i was noticing your hands. they're huge. >> usually it's 10:00 hour. now we shifted it. >> they're huge. coming up next, never have iave coming up next, never have iave ever played with cast of "bad if you suffer from a dry mouth, then you'll know how uncomfortable it can be. coming up next, never have iave ever played with cast of "bad but did you know that the lack of saliva can also lead to tooth decay and bad breath? well, there is biotene, specially formulated with moisturizers and lubricants...
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>> when you're in the car the first time with the newborn in the car seat. >> driving 20 miles an hour home. do you really drive that slowly? >> yes. i sat in the back seat with him. what if the car. >> he because they're so little. >> now that they're bigger, they develop these personalities so now that they're not as breakable, do they ever give you a moment where you wonder did you really just say that? >> every day. i start writing stuff down because it is so ridiculous. constant ridiculousness. and the other day i said are you going to finish your breakfast. dude, i'm eating it. she's five. she's five. and then i found myself not even knowing it, dude, you don't have to give me attitude. dude you're so annoying. back and forth. what have i done? >> i'm going to be late for my first soccer practice. >> i'm sorry. i'm trying. >> try harder, dude. >> in the movie you guys are a
little bit overstressed. overworked. overrun like most real moms. in real life, what do you do for a mommy time-out? >> i like to workout and probably the only time i have a moment to myself. not because of that but it's the only time i have a moment to myself. twice a week i do pilates. it's not like i'm running marathons. >> i'm done with you. i need a time-out. you take care of yourself and we switch and we sort of know that eye contact and we immediately engage the kids so nobody ever gets too frustrated with one kid. >> before we go, we want to play a little game of never have i ever but "bad moms" edition. we pulled some of these from hashtag bad mom moments. never have i ever given my kid
cake for breakfast because i was too tired to make pancakes. >> i've had cake many times for breakfast. >> or something similar to cake. a muffin that was really just cake. >> me. all the time. >> never have i ever told my child that when ice cream truck plays music it actually means the truck is out of ice cream. >> that's a great idea. >> that's clever. >> my husband's mother told him that. yeah. >> did it work? >> yes. >> good for her. >> i told her that all of the ice cream on that truck had strawberries in it because she's allerg allergic. i've done that. i use it all the time. can i have -- >> it has strawberries in it. >> never have i ever secretly hoped that my kids will go to bed early so i can actually go to bed early. >> that's a full glass for me.
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i'm very much looking forward to this being one of those movies. financial movies always are high risk, high reward. what was it like being a woman in a position known as a boys club? >> i did a lot of research and i was lucky to talk to a lot of women who are on wall street and were not only inspiration for this character and the other female characters but also investors in the movie. so i was given a crash course on how to walk the fine line between being tough and being soft and that perception and that's a very timely issue. >> what did they tell you to be? >> they said it's a lot of psychological -- there's a lot of work in terms of reading the person. sometimes you have to hold their hand and nurture them and sometimes you have to push them. depends. it's an asset that women have in terms of that emotional
intuition they have in terms of reading their clients. >> from what you did for "equ y "equity" what's the toughest thing being a woman on wall street? >> the thing i mentioned was the thing that came up so much is that perception of her boss says you rub people the wrong way. and it's because she's a tough competitive, strong woman. she has to figure out how to walk that tight rope. and i think that also it's very hard to balance any kind of personal life and the profess n professional life. >> do you miss "breaking bad?" >> i really miss my staff so much. summer brain drain. games to keep your kids learning. this looks like it's going to be something. >> thank you. if you want to sell your car
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off. thank you, bill. the democratic national convention gets started at 10:00 with caucuses and council meetings. at 4:00, the commission will officially gavel to order. senator bernie sanders speaks tonight. so does first lady michelle obama and massachusetts senator elizabeth warren. and don't forget there are traffic restrictions in place. they're in effect along i-95 north approaching exit 13, and on 95 south approaching exit 22. you'll find one lane in each direction that's closed. police are enforcing a five-ton commercial truck restriction in the area. you can track all the road closures because of the democratic national convention with the nbc10 app.ñixd extensive coverage of the dfrnc all week. join us live from the wells fargo center all day, and we'll have specials at 7:00 each day of the convention. today, septa adds positive train control to the chestnut
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i have a lot of movie watching to do. >> i haven't seen any of them yet. >> come on in. >> we need a special handshake. >> it could take a while. >> i'll focus on the weather. a chance of scattered storms today through the northeast down through philadelphia, washington, d.c., pittsburgh. we could see stronger storms today. as we get to middle of the week because of the heat, humidity, we're looking at possiblep-up scattered showers and storms also through the midwest we could see scattered showers and storms by later in the week again it's this whole general area where heat and humidity will continue. for the most part it will improve a bit through the midwest especially where temperatures will be at or below normal. above normal in the western half and eastern part of the country by the middle of the week. it's both coasts that will deal with temperatures above normal. much above normal to the end of the week out to california and pacific northwest and we'll hang onto above normalemperatures t
good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a steamy day ahead. storms this morning. another chance of storms this afternoon. after the temperatures soar. 98 degrees in center city. 105 is the feels-like temperature. late-day storms for philadelphia. you see them first in the suburbs and the lehigh valley where it will feel like more than 100 this afternoon. in lansdale and allentown. for new jersey, evening storms possible after temperatures into the 90s. even 90s for the shore. and delaware, too. >> that's your latest forecast.. hoda and john? >> thank you so much. kids love these lazy days because they get a break from the school grind but students who do not engage their brain lose the equivalent of two months worth of math and reading skills. >> yikes. here to help prevent summer brain drain with fun ideas is toy insider mom. good morning. >> we are in the midst of those lazy summer days.
we can have so much fun and learn. we'll start with looking at our original butterfly garden and lady bug lamp. we get everything that we need and then we get our caterpillars. >> we'll watch a caterpillar turn into a butterfly. >> eventually it will turn into painted lady butterflies. same thing for lady bugs. we have larva. >> how long does this process take? >> seven to ten days. once we have our butterflies and our lady bugs, we'll feed them and eventually we'll release them. >> fascinating even for a grown-up. >> so cool. >> playing cards. the kids are just playing war. cards are great because kids will count and do numbers and get into card games. but also educational ones. there's a deck of shark cards. 52 facts about sharks and our presidential deck. all 44 presidents and we have
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touch that i had is sour cream that makes it flakey. you're a huge baker, right? >> i am. i didn't know about sour cream. >> what we do is take all of the dry ingredients and when i mix it, all that butter. you add butter. >> look at that. >> this delicious butter goes inside there. once it goes inside there, we add a pinch of salt to get flavor in there and then butter is cold. cold. run with me here. then we add sour cream and vinegar to here. john, you're doing so well. >> i'm in the right place right now. >> sour cream or add it in there. add sour cream and put vinegar in the water. you slowly -- here you go, you add this in the top here. as you go.
boom, boom, add. go faster. we have a minute left. >> do you have muscles? >> no. >> cool, i'll do this for you. you take the crust out and take this. form it. >> look at those hands. >> dear god, john. >> have you ever seen hands like that. >> here we go. >> who needs a mix ter wher whe is around. >> if you want to spend money you don't have to. blind bake it. we take parchment -- >> you don't put it in the oven with eyes closed. >> what's the point of having beans in the pie crust? >> keeps the crust down otherwise it's puffy. make the custard. roll up sleeves. >> i'm in a jacket.
i'm so afraid of you right now. >> hold your hand up next to his. >> dear god. >> enough about that. back to meringue. >> all right. water, cornstarch, bring it to a boil. mix it in there. put it in there. we're going. comes to a boil. lemon juice and butter. you make custard. then it goes to here. >> ends up looking like this. john made this beautiful pie. try this. >> finish the last of this. >> eat it with your hands, john. i dare you. >> oh no. >> are you going to do this? >> victory. >> do it. >> yes! yes! do you like that? >> did you get lemon in there? is it good? >> head to today.com/food. coming up next, o.a.r. performs their newest song live right after this.
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"xx." the name of the song is important to you, isn't it? >> when we were coming up with the album and the idea, i looked at my kids and i realized i have one responsibility in the world. it's to move forward. be an example for them. the song is about not standing still. ever. especially now in the climate that we're in. we need to move forward. move forward. that's what i want to set a good example for the kids. >> continue to evolve after 20 years. congratulations on a long success. without further ado, let's hear the song. >> good to see you. >> you, too. ♪
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more dnc protests planned for today. one march across the ben franklin bridge is get for the 11:00 hour. the archdiocese of philadelphia is asking people of all faiths to join them this afternoon to pray for america. there's an interfaith prayer service scheduled for 2:00 at the cathedral basilica of saints peter and paul. nbc10 has extensive coverage all week. we'll be at the wells fargo center all day and have a special 7:00 of each day the dnc is taking place. today septa adds positive train controls to its chestnut hill east line. the safety feature will regulate the distance between trains and make sure collisions don't happen at track crossover locations. ptc also prevents speeding and keeps workers who are working on the side of the tracks safe. it is being added on all of septa's regional rail lines. i'm katy zachry.
>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> your day just looked up, right? hello, everybod so glad you're here with us. it's fun day monday, july 25th. hope you had a great weekend. that is "shattered" by o.a.r. after 25 years, they're still churning out music. they'll be performing all summer long in front of sold-out crowds and will sing this song for us in a little bit. >> they also have done a video for the rio olympics that i'm excited to see. >> and we are here with our -- if you're wondering