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good morning. unshackled. donald trump goes on a tirade against his own party ripping fellow republicans, including house speaker paul ryan. >> i don't want his support. i don't care about his support. president obama going off on trump's hot mike moment. >> you just have to be a decent human being to say that's not right. >> as hillary clinton's team deals with a new round of hacked e-mails. investigators now trying to figure out who was behind it. was it intentional? the fbi now investigating after a small plane crashed and burst into flames in connecticut. one passenger killed, the pilot hospitalized, but reportedly saying it was not an accident. not loving it. mcdonald's announces a big
change until the creepy clown change is over. why you're about to see a lot less of its iconic mascot. and on the mend. our buddy, al, gets his second knee replacement surgery. we'll see how he's doing today, wednesday, october 12th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning, everyone, welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. al told me he was going to the hospital to get a little work done but it meant something else. >> in this town it usually means something else. getting his knee replaced. we'll check in with him. we hear the surgery went well. >> we miss him. let's talk about politics, just 27 days until the election. here is the state of the race today. donald trump is going after his own party, labeling gop lawmakers weak and ineffective after dozens of them pulled support of his campaign in the
wake of that leaked "access hollywood" tape. and our new poll taken after sunday's debate shows hillary clinton with a commanding ten-point lead among likely voters, 50% to 40% in a head-to-head matchup with trump. and it's a tale of two coasts on the trail. trump is back in florida, clinton heads west with stops in colorado and nevada on her schedule. let's get right to hallie jackson in florida. hallie, good morning to you. >> reporter: hi, matt, good morning. today donald trump is ramping up his battle with his own party. his campaign set to hold a private call with members of congress today to try and update them on their strategy, even as trump himself announces he's apparently now unchained. on stage at a packed panama city park, donald trump staying silent about the republican civil war he's now reigniting. online, a different story. the shackles are off, he
tweeted, reportedly telling texas donors it feels so good. >> the shackles are some of the establishment people that are weak and ineffective people within the republican party, senators and others, and paul ryan. i wouldn't want to be in a foxhole with a lot of these people, including ryan, especially ryan. >> reporter: trump's running mate, mike pence, brought on board partly to mend fences with the republican establishment telling nbc's kelly o'donnell. >> i don't find myself thinking a whole lot about party right now, i find myself and donald trump finds himself thinking mostly about america. >> reporter: but just four weeks until election day, new fallout for the gop ticket. this morning, nbc news has learned exclusively some big-dollar donors are demanding refunds, appalled by trump's sexually aggressive comments during a 2005 "access hollywood" taping, a show owned by nbc universal. in an e-mail obtained by nbc news, one donor writes he was repulsed by trump's comments
regarding women, worried the campaign will assure a victory for hillary clinton. a trump spokesman saying we are unaware of any donors making such a request. as a new "usa today" analysis now shows a quarter of all top-elected republicans won't endorse their nominee. >> we'll have a separate party, yeah. >> reporter: but he still trails hillary clinton in almost every battleground, trying to turn the tide with sharper attacks in a new ad. >> hillary clinton doesn't have the fortitude, strength or stamina to lead in our world. >> reporter: trump says he looks forward to facing off in the final debate in florida, bragging about how he did last time. >> by the way, did everybody see the debate, right? it's gotten good reviews, good reviews. >> reporter: and memorably explaining why it looks like he was looming. >> she entered my space, right? so i said i'm not getting near this woman. >> reporter: his rally ending with a messaging misstep. >> so go and register.
make sure you get out and vote november 28th. >> reporter: election day, of course, is november 8th. as for our new polling, another piece of information here when it comes to that 2005 audio. more voters after the debate as opposed to before it believe that that hot mike moment doesn't disqualify donald trump from the presidency. matt, savannah. >> hallie, thanks so much. let's bring in our experts, mark halperin and nicolle walla wallace. is there potentially a strategy for donald trump to go after the establishment, go after the old gray beards of the party, or is he just campaigning that he just don't care. >> well, i think it's both. i think his strategy for winning the nomination -- his first target was jeb bush, who embodied the gop establishment, and his first sort of scalp was his. and then he kept on going until he had obliterated 16 establishment figures, so i think he's sort of back to
basics. the notion that he was shackled is the exception. the idea that he was ever restrained, and restrained by whom? his family represent the greatest enablers and the most powerful people in his inner circle. >> back to basics, one of the things he's gone back to is this attack on hillary clinton's stamina and physical health. is there any indication that as a strategy, mark, that works? >> well, right now it seems like his primary goal is to rally republicans back behind him. the videotape caused a lot of republicans to go away from him. he's not going to win unless his support amongst republicans is well north of 80%. this is like going after her on benghazi or her husband's past, it rallies republicans. i think that's what this ad is about. it may not work to win the election right away, but the first step to even being in a position to win is to get republicans back on his side. >> and then you have speaker paul ryan who seems to be in some ways going through the
stages of grief and almost acknowledging he doesn't think trump can win. now he sets up an argument to say if you had stuck by us, maybe we would have won. >> donald trump's view is i'm the republican nominee, republicans should be for me. paul ryan's view is i'm trying to save the house of representatives so hillary clinton doesn't have unified democratic control. they're going to be in conflict. i predict by election day, paul ryan will have repudiated donald trump even more than he already did. >> real quickly, at this stage of the race is there anything you can compare this to, a candidate so at odds with his own party? >> nothing in recent history. paul ryan believes what most people believe, not just republicans, but you look at structurally, he's not going to win because the people that you need to win over to your side are not the people that are going to respond or be fired up by the kind of scorched earth politics that he's fully embraced. let's turn to the clinton campaign and they are grappling
with more hacked e-mails. president obama and former vice president al gore are campaigning hard for clinton. kristen welker has that part of the race covered. kristen, good morning. >> reporter: savannah, good morning to you. secretary clinton heads out west today to colorado and nevada as she is facing more tough questions about hacked e-mails, purportedly belonging to her campaign chairman, john podesta. podesta now telling reporters the fbi is investigating, this as top democrats hit the campaign trail in force. facing an increasingly bitter battle, democrats presenting a united front, hitting donald trump hard over tapegate. >> that's not right. you just have to be a decent human being to say that's not right. >> reporter: even al gore, who famously distanced himself from the clintons during his failed 2000 presidential bid making a rare appearance with hillary clinton in florida, the same state where a recount ultimately led to his defeat. the goal, courting millennial voters.
>> your vote really, really, really counts. >> reporter: as donald trump unleashes some of his most personal attacks yet against bill clinton's alleged past indiscretions, trump supporters are joining the fray. demonstrators organize bide a pro-trump radio host protesting the former president at events. >> now, let me just say -- >> reporter: after event on wednesday. >> uh-oh, somebody is yelling at me again. >> reporter: the clinton camp is also dealing with a new round of hacked e-mails, purportedly from campaign chairman john podesta, released by wikileaks but not authenticated by nbc news. in one e-mail raising questions about a possible conflict of interest, clinton press secretary and former justice department official brian fallon writing that he was in contact with doj about lawsuits over clinton's e-mail issues, writing doj folks inform me there is a status hearing in the case. podesta responding to reporters on clinton's campaign plane. >> i was contacted by the fbi.
they are investigating the matter. >> reporter: trump trying to capitalize. >> wikileaks is amazing, the stuff that's coming out. it shows she's a real liar. >> reporter: all this as hillary clinton is providing a glimpse into her mindset with less than a month until election day, telling "the new york times" magazine i'm not going to lose and i'm the last thing standing between you and the apocalypse. now john podesta also blamed russia for the hack and says he believes the trump campaign is colluding with russia. the u.s. government has said it believes russia is behind the hacks. out west today secretary clinton is expected to same at republicans in down-ballot races who have yet to denounce trump. >> all right, thank you. >> mark, scale of 1 to 10, 1 being a nonevent, 10 being a campaign-shaking event, where do these wikileaks documents fall? >> 3 with the potential to go to 8. kind of extraordinary that the
chairman of the democratic nominee's campaign is accusing russia of colluding with the republican nominee and it's not the lead story. >> hillary clinton needs to attract millennials. in some weird way does the wikileaks matter more to millennials? >> i don't think most of the things have come out are much inside baseball. unlike the controversies involving donald trump, they don't directly involve hillary clinton, they involve her team. >> but it does see the perception that already exists about hillary clinton because you do see these behind-the-scenes machinations, what's her position on this, what's the political fallout on that? which is one of the things people don't like hillary clinton for. she just says what's expedient. >> that's exactly right. make no mistake about it, her rise in the polls is not a sign of her strength, it's a sign of his collapse. so these don't suggest that the voters are so attached to her, they suggest that before our very eyes the bottom is falling
out of the trump endeavor. >> unless reporters can get to her and question her and she's forced to respond, it just doesn't get in front of any type of voters the way the trump stuff is right now. >> al gore on the campaign trail for hillary clinton. we know he's quite the environmental activist but he's flown under the radar in terms of politics. does he help her? >> he helps her get news coverage. people are talking about global warming which does appeal to millennials and that everybody needs to turnpi out to vote. i don't think al gore himself necessarily helps all that much with millennials. >> no accident he's campaigning in florida where it was a difference of 500 votes that changed -- >> nothing more raw for him than the floridian swing voter, but he makes a point. >> thanks so much. the fbi has been called in to help in an investigation of a small plane crash in connecticut. it killed one man, left the
pilot with serious burns. but now that pilot is indicating the crash was no accident. nbc's tom costello covers aviation. tom, what can you tell us? >> the plane had taken off from a flight school. it was on final approach when it went down. the pilot survived. the student pilot was the passenger. now federal law enforcement sources say they're looking at his background, including his nationality, trying to determine if he intentionally crashed the plane. a quiet community in connecticut rattled this morning after a small plane crashed in a neighborhood late tuesday, possibly intentionally. the twin engine piper pa-34 was on its final approach to the hartford airport when it crashed, knocking down power line, leaving about 500 homes without power. >> it's early in the investigation now. at this point it's a plane crash. as far as anything specifically whether it's an accident or a criminal case, that's all to be determined. >> according to "the new york times," the pilot who survived the crash told investigators it was not an accident. the passenger had received his pilot's license just a year ago.
>> it almost crashed our car like in pieces. >> the plane careening into a heavily populated area, just barely missing cars as they were driving by. >> i heard the engine and i saw the whole thing coming in and i just instantly stopped in my car and the whole car just shook. >> it was like a movie scene, like who would have thought that would have happened. >> investigators say the plane appears to have come from a local flight school. two people were on the plane at the time of the crash. one passenger died. again, he was a student pilot. a plane went down near a jet engine manufacturer for commercial, military and general aviation. so far no indication the crash involved any of the company's employees or contractors. two people in that minivan at the time of the crash suffered minor injuries. >> tom, thank you very much. in other news, a federal disaster declaration has now been approved for parts of north carolina dealing with that historic flooding in the wake of hurricane matthew.
before hammering the u.s., the storm dealt a devastating blow to parts of the caribbean. gabe gutierrez is in haiti with the latest on the situation there. >> hurricane matthew ripped through this area with winds up to 145 miles an hour and these farmers tell us that the water rushed through here and they had to run up the side of this mountain to escape. now, from the air you can really see the true scope of the devastation. the u.n. estimates more than a million people are in need of humanitarian aid. several hundred thousand are still in emergency shelters, and now the fear is the spread of cholera. emergency aid is slowly trickling into this country, but not fast enough for those in the most devastated areas. back to you. >> gabe, thank you very much. here in the u.s., the death toll from matthew is now up to at least 36 people across five states. the coast guard desperately looking for residents who may have been stranded by rising floodwaters in north carolina. on tuesday, search teams reached
elderly residents in a high-rise building and carried the fragile and disabled to safety. in the meantime, a texas man watching this drone video plotted his twin brother's house and tweeted a plea to help his sibling trapped on the second floor. the drone operator alerted rescuers and minutes later a team arrived carrying the man and his dog to safety. one happy ending. still a concern in north carolina. >> it is a dire situation because the flooding is not going to improve until the weekend. we still have all of these rivers with the red diamonds at major flooding, especially the lumber river in lumberton, north carolina. i just want to point out the fact that here is major flooding just under 20 feet. today, tomorrow, friday, saturday, even into sunday it stays above major flooding. it will drop on monday but we'll see flooding of some kind. the problem is there's so much water it really has nowhere to go. with more than a foot of rain from matthew, all of this water
is just sitting there and it just simply cannot recede. the neuse river, the same situation before it goes below major flood stage. hurricane nicole is up to category 2. this is a threat to bermuda, possibly as a category 2 storm. winds are at 100 miles an hour. you can see as we go into thursday and thursday afternoon, it could come very close to bermuda, possibly making landfall as a category 2 storm with up to 4 to 8 inches of rain likely and also a 6 to 8-foot storm surge is possible as well. so we'll start to see tropical storm force winds as soon as we get into the overnight hours and then we're looking at hurricane-force winds to affect bermuda at 9:00 tomorrow morning. so we are certainly looking at a major situation possible for bermuda but the flooding will be a big concern for north carolina an opening night on broadway is kind of magic. i'm beowulf boritt and i'm a broadway set designer.
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>> all right, dylan, thank you very much. coming up, why critics say the way some colleges are now n handling reported assaults on campus is actually creating new problems. and then a big announcement from mcdonald's about the future of its beloved mascot in light of the outbreak of the so-called creepy clown sightings around the country. first on a wednesday morning, this is "today" on nbc.
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7:30 now wednesday morning, 12th of october, 2016. a happy crowd. onerepublic will be here for a special live flmpperformance in 8:30 half hour. good morning, everybody. here's a look at today's headlines. the impact of hurricane matthew still being felt across the south. new evacuations were ordered in greenville, north carolina, overnight where the tar river is expected to crest today. meantime goldman sachs now estimates there's $10 billion in damage in the u.s. but with many home and business owners assessing the damages, that number is expected to grow.
>> president obama renewed his call to send humans to mars. the president says his administration and nasa are working with private companies to put people on the red planet by 2030. he'll talk more about the future exploration at a summit in pittsburgh tomorrow. donald trump is hammering members of his own party. on fox news he slammed house speaker paul ryan for refusing to campaign for him and hinted ryan may not keep the leadership position if trump is elected president. >> i'm just tired of nonsupport and i don't really want his support. i would think that ryan maybe wouldn't be there, maybe he'll be in a different position. >> trump is holding some more rallies in the state of florida today. let's see today's campaign moment. here it is. mike pence shutting down a supporter after her call for revolution at an iowa town hall last night. >> if hillary clinton gets in, i myself, i'm ready for a revolution because we can't have her in. >> no, don't say that.
>> but i'm just saying it. no, you know, i'm like trump, you know. do i not speak for people here? am i not saying the truth guys? come on. >> pence said the real revolution will come on election day when he said trump will be elected president. also this morning we have a new development tied to those clown sightings we've been telling you about for weeks now. mcdonald's is saying that it's having an impact on the fast food chain's iconic mascot. nbc's joe fryer has that story. joe, good morning to you. >> matt, good morning. with halloween on the horizon, the clown craze is growing, and not just in the u.s. the problem has gone global. and now a beloved clown will be keeping a lower profile. ronald mcdonald, the gentle red-haired mascot for the nation's largest fast food chain is now cutting back on his schedule. in a statement, mcdonald's says it's mindful of the current climate around clown sightings in communities and is being thoughtful in respect to ronald mcdonald's participation in community events for the time
being. ronald laying low because the scary sightings are getting worse. one was spotted hanging out the back of a detroit city bus. >> keep your hands where we can see them. >> and dash cam shows officers stopping clowns who were chasing cars. one of them left a 4-year-old child at home alone. it's also causing a problem overseas with creepy clown stunts like this chain saw-wielding one in england. >> this is frightening to people who owe their living to clowns. >> reporter: one website has created an interactive map of clown episodes. tensions are so high in st. francis, minnesota, a coach lost his job. he always dresses up during the final soccer practice of the season, but this year he was a clown after his ninth graders tweeted this photo, he was fired. >> i'm at a loss for words what this has came to just over something like that. >> the school district says younger kids have been frightened by creepy clown
reports. >> i'd say that the safety and security of kids is not an overreaction. >> across the country, police are arresting clowns for scaring strangers. >> are you the clown scaring the kids back there? >> in massachusetts, one department even created a public service announcement with officers pouring out of a squad car like it's a clown car. >> remember, if you want to act like a clown, we have no problem treating you like one. >> most of these sightings are copycat hoaxes, but police are still taking them seriously. as for ronald mcdonald, he will not totally vanish. the company says it will just be more cautious in determining where ronald will and won't appear. matt. >> all right, joe fryer. joe, thank you very much. >> such an odd story. let us turn to dylan. what are you looking at on your weather map. >> well, we've got an interesting situation setting up across the pacific northwest. we have storm after storm after storm that's going to move in along this atmospheric river of moisture here. not only will we see a lot of rain, but we could see hurricane-force winds affect
especially the coastline. that goes for seattle down through portland and even into northwestern parts of california as well. so the first one moves in tonight and then we'll start to see heavier rain continue to affect the area thursday and friday. then we're going to see another storm system make its way in over the weekend and yet another one on tuesday. combine all that just through the weekend alone and we can see as much as 10 inches of rain in crescent city. most areas will pick up 7 to 10 inches of rain in some of the highest elevations. we could even see up to 20 inches of rain so this is going to become an interesting story for the west coast when you factor in those hurricane-force winds as well. elsewhere we have a chance of isolated strong storms from the great lakes stretching down into the midwest this good morning. i'm first alert meteorologist krystal klei. here's a look at your neighborhood forecast for today. mid to upper 60s across the board and scattered clouds in the forecast through your afternoon. 69 in center city. west chester at 67 degrees and 68 for doylestown. 67 in allentown, kutztown the same.
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it's 7:40 now on this wednesday morning. we're back with our special series campus undercovered. >> ronan farrow has been examining some of the challenges facing college students. >> it is disturbing. good morning to you as well. it's also a dangerous time right now at this moment when it comes to this issue, sexual assault on campus. experts call the fall term the red zone because it's the time when most of these assaults take place. in recent years the government has tried to crack down, they're leaning on schools to do more to protect victims and fix a system that many of the victims say is impossible. many experts agree schools needed to act more. but some say the way schools are
responding is creating new problems. >> i did everything a rape victim is supposed to do. i reported it. i allowed the rape kit to be taken. i gave a statement. >> this september, 19-year-old delaney robbins came forward alleging the university of north carolina refused to act after she was sexually assaulted. >> six months later the university has done nothing. >> six months of on-campus investigation run by school administrators she says lacked basic knowledge of sexual assault and showed bias in favor of her alleged attacker, a star player on the unc football team. fed up, she finally took action on her own and was able to secure a warrant for misdemeanor charges of sexual battery and assault. artis denies the charges. >> everything was completely consensual that happened that night. >> delaney's family says a case this serious should have been handled differently. >> what happened to my daughter is a crime and should be
investigated by a professional and capable police department. >> but on college campuses, cases like delaney's often are not handled by police but by schools, in a process that varies from campus to campus and that a growing number of students say is unjust. >> there is someone out there who has attacked me and will probably attack someone else and i live with that. >> do you blame harvard for that? >> i do. >> this student wrote a powerful article in harvard's "crimson" alleging she was raped. >> he threw my head into a wall. when i kind of came to, he had me bent over his bed. >> a rape kit exam affirmed he had been assaulted but didn't feel comfortable going to the police. >> the police is an extremely brutal process. >> after talking to friends who had been through harvard's on-campus trial, she decided that wasn't an option either. >> it's so ambiguous. at least if you go to the
police, you know the procedures. at a school, you don't really know. it's this murky unknown. >> presided over, she says, by an unqualified jury. >> they're a mix of faculty, alumni. they're definitely not trained specifically for sexual assault cases. >> does that seem like a credible justice process to you? >> no, it doesn't. >> she decided not to pursue charges on campus or off. harvard responded saying our procedures fell short and we are deeply sorry. >> we're going to help schools do a better job of preventing and responding to sexual assault on their campuses. >> the u.s. government responding to an epidemic of sexual assaults actually mandates that schools establish these on-campus trials or risk losing federal funding. some say these trials give survivors an important alternative. >> the reality is we know that law enforcement and our criminal courts have not gotten this right for decades. >> but other experts say the well-intentioned rush to ramp up enforcement has created a broken
system. >> under pressure from the department of education office for civil rights, schools across the country have thrown due process out the window. >> janet hallie is one of two dozen hard vvard professors who wrote an open letter protesting that college's process. >> in criminal court, defense has a right to the lawyer, to all the information, to a jury of their peers. all of those things are missing from the on-campus proceedings. >> she says the government is pressuring schools to deliver quick guilty verdicts and demanding they use a loose burden of proof, not beyond a reasonable doubt, just more likely than not, creating problems for alleged victims and for alleged perpetrators. >> this experience changed our lives. >> the university of north dakota investigated sherri warn's son, caleb, for sexual
his conduct. >> it was literally a joke of a hearing. >> the dean of students and a university lawyer quickly found him guilty and expelled him. >> he dropped to the floor and sobbed. >> after the police investigated, they charged his accuser with filing a false report and issued a warrant for her arrest. despite that, the school refused to overturn their decision for more than a year. >> that was really awful, wrong, unamerican. >> she now runs a group of concerned mothers called families advocating for campus equality. other students are taking schools to court. >> you wouldn't think that you would be treated so unfairly going into it, but, you know, you don't know until it's too late. >> john doe maintains he only had consensual sex with a student who accused him of misconduct at uc san diego. >> she was sitting across from me with a screen in front of her so i couldn't see her.
she was drawing sympathy from the panelists. >> that panel suspended him for a year. >> for people watching at home who say the bigger problem is victims of sexual assault not getting justice. >> i would agree there are more victims and less who are falsely accused, but the bottom line is there are a lot who are falsely accused and schools don't know how to handle it and decide to overcorrect. >> john doe sued and a judge ruled his constitutional right to due process was violated. uc san diego is appealing the decision, but said they cannot comment on specific allegations. there are dozens of similar lawsuits working their way through the courts right now. >> i think we're at the point of institutionalizing and hardening into our system things that are unfair both to the accuser and the accused. we're going to look back on this and we're going to say we regret it. >> while harvard was able to respond because that student was anonymous, the other schools could not because of federal privacy laws. the university of north carolina
did say they have instituted reforms they think will encourage survivors to come forward and that is the goal here, to address a very real threat that very often goes unreported. the question is do these campus tribunals as they're being implemented now help or are they potentially raising all sorts of new problems. >> i think what you raised really well is this seems not to be working for the accusers or the accused. and that's a huge problem. >> really difficult questions around this. and, look, so many people i talk to who have been in this situation say their advice is get a lawyer, go to the police as quickly as you can. now, we all know that the justice system can be a hostile environment for accusers so for people who have these allegations, that can be a tough, tough decision, but there are a lot of experts who say fix the broken judicial system. >> sometimes it's a matter of looking at not palatable options and trying to choose the best of those. thank you so much. >> thank you very much. still to come, ever feel like the political ads on your
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nbc 10 news starts now. good wednesday morning. i'm rosemary connors. it's just a few minutes before 8:00. a nice crisp start to our day. let's get more on our neighborhood forecast with meteorologist krystal klei. >> temperatures outside this morning, 39 degrees, pottstown. the lowest number you'll see on the board. the numbers are higher than they were at this time yesterday. 47 in northeast philadelphia. 42 reading and 43 atlantic city. these numbers later today will bump up to the mid to upper 60s. should get to 69 in philadelphia. radar and satellite, the wide view shows us scattered clouds are expected today. otherwise, no rain. that sits well to our west. it may move our direction for thursday for the lehigh valley. >> jessica boyington is watching the traffic cameras this morning. jess, what are you seeing out there? >> rosemary, big delays on 95. both directions look the same,
around the betsy ross breath, slow heading into center city, slow out of it as well. pretty much bumper to bumper there. watching smyrna, delaware, for that accident of an overturned truck filled with chickens. take route 13 as your alternate. this morning investigators are looking for the cause of this fire that roared through two vacant row homes in philadelphia's hunting park neighborhood. this happened on north broad street near pike street early this morning. some beams collapsed while the crews were putting out the flames. fortunately, no one was hurt. today leaders in philadelphia will take a look at new ways to deal with the city's costly pothole problem. right now repairs are done with a crew of workers and a truck. city councilman david oh is proposing two methods that he says are faster and cheaper, one is infrared repair and another is self-contained spray that involves one worker. an update in 25 minutes. you can always get the latest news and weather open the nbc 10
it's 8:00 on "today." house divided. donald trump declares war on his party. >> i wouldn't want to be in a foxhole with a lot of these people, including ryan, especially ryan. >> while hillary clinton hits the campaign trail as the fbi opens an investigation over the leaked e-mails from inside her campaign. plus on the mend. >> what really gets me through the night is sammy. that's right. >> we'll check in with al after his knee surgery and wish our friend a speedy recovery. and it's a star-studded morning here in studio 1a. we'll catch up with jon hamm as
he goes undercover for his new movie. >> here's the thing about trust. once it's gone, bad things can happen. >> and we'll talk to a stand-up guy, kevin hart, about his record-breaking comedy routine. >> make some noise! ♪ and we've got hit music from one of the most popular bands in the world, onerepublic, today, wednesday, october 12th, 2016. >> howdy from texas! yeehaw! >> good morning daddy and ella. we made it on the "today" show. >> hello, kentucky! >> i love you, grandma. >> good morning from sugar, the jack russell terrier!
>> hello, des moines, iowa. go hawks! >> good morning, california. >> this is the best birthday ever! we're back now, 8:00 on a wednesday morning. it's the 12th day of october, 2016. we've got a nice crowd on what is a beautiful day here in new york city. perfect temperature, no wind. just kind of sweater weather. >> there's only one thing that would make it more fally, fall-like, pumpkins. >> katie lee is here. she's going to show us how to add that seasonal favorite to your next pasta dinner. >> look forward to that. we'll go upstairs and i'll be cooking with katie lee. and we've got a lot to get to in this half hour, beginning with your news at 8:00. >> and i'm andrea mitchell. donald trump is in open war with fellow republicans and the fbi is investigating russia's role
in the latest wikileaks dump of democratic campaign e-mails. donald trump overnight in must-win florida. in his words, unshackled and unloading on hillary clinton. >> did you see hillary today? did everybody see the debate? yeah, you lost. >> hello, how are you? >> dismissing the impact of that lewd "access hollywood" tape, a program owned by nbc universal, telling bill o'reilly. >> a lot of women come up to me and say, boy, i've heard that and i've heard a lot worse than that over my life. >> president obama weighing in on that tape for the first time with a blast. >> you just have to be a decent human being to say that's not right. >> the democrats relishing the civil war trump has ignited among republicans, a war he escalated tuesday night against house speaker paul ryan. >> i wouldn't want to be in a foxhole with a lot of these people, including ryan, especially ryan. >> a scorched earth strategy running mate mike pence defended to nbc's kelly o'donnell. >> i really do believe that republican leaders should join millions of americans and support the republican nominee
for president. >> but it's the thousands of hacked e-mails from clinton campaign chairman john podesta's account, not independently authenticated by nbc news, that have trump on the attack. >> wikileaks is amazing. the stuff that's coming out. it shows she's a real liar. >> in fact u.s. intelligence officials say wikileaks and other groups leaking hacked e-mails are working with russia. now podesta says it's apparently being done to help donald trump. >> do we know whether the fbi is investigating the link to the trump campaign? >> i was contacted by the fbi. they are investigating the matter. >> the controversy overshadowing hillary clinton's first campaign event with al gore. >> i can't wait to have al gore advising me when i am president of the united states. >> appearing together in florida, the state that cost gore the presidency. >> your vote really, really, really counts. you can consider me as an exhibit a of that group. >> but their relationship uneasy
in the past, complicated now by an inconvenient truth. those hacked e-mails appear to reveal clinton's initial reluctance to oppose the keystone pipeline until bernie sanders surged in new hampshire. a story that would be getting a lot more attention if donald trump weren't conducting open warfare against his own party. matt, savannah. >> all right, andrea, thank you. some important health news now. a new study adding to the evidence that calcium supplements might be bad for your heart. people who took calcium pills were 22% more likely to develop plaque in their arteries than people who did not take the pills. but people who ate a lot of calcium in their food seemed to be protected. these findings are in the journal of the american heart association and back up what experts already know about calcium supplements. the dutchess of cambridge back in england ending her first solo overseas trip. princess kate spent a day in the netherlands, where she visited a
museum and the hague. she was seen taking in the painting girl with the pearl earring. as you can see the dutchess herself wearing a stunning pair of pearl earrings. that is your art and fashion report for this wednesday morning. just ahead we'll do trending. when is it okay to swear at the office and which of your co-workers is more likely to do it? then we'll send some greatish wigreat i wishes to our buddy al roker as he recovers from knee surgery. >> kevin hart is here, people say,
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workplace? >> hoda. >> what? >> she never cusses. >> i do a little. you do a little. meredith vieira should be here again today. she's the worst of them all. no, she's the worst. >> literally my ears were on fire for five years. >> no, she does. and she does it well too. i think a well -- this isn't really the point of the story, but a good curser is a talent. >> when someone uses the right word at the right time. >> we have never heard a foul word come out of your mouth. >> not at work. >> a new survey shows 60% of women in entry level jobs say they swear in the workplace. only 53% of men did the same. the people who chose not to curse say it is out of respect for their colleagues. the survey also asked millennials and baby boomers their views. 60% of millennials curse in the workplace to 54% of boomers. now, we work in a newsroom. like, if you didn't curse, you'd be practically mute. >> i remember going to work with my dad once who's a mechanic and i've never heard my dad curse.
and i remember he was just yelling at everybody and the cursing coming out of his mouth. i was like, oh, my dad saying stuff like that. >> have you ever cursed in front of your kids? >> yes. >> what do you say? >> do what i do, not what i say. i've got a tip jar there. >> i want to know what you guys think of this. president obama, been in office almost eight years now, still finding ways to surprise us. i want you to see a video. he walks over to shake hands with a group of people. he removes his wedding ring in one swift motion. some people speculating because he shakes hands sometimes with both hands when there's a large crowd, he doesn't want to risk losing the ring. >> i've never seen that before. >> have you ever -- you know what it might be. let me sang your hand, when someone squeezes, it hurts. maybe it's a pain problem. >> or maybe he's afraid it will slip off or something.
>> maybe he lands in vegas and those were all magicians he was shaking hands with. >> i thought you were going to go somewhere else with that. i didn't know where you were going with that. what happens in vegas, stays in vegas. >> come on, it's the president. >> now it's magicians. >> i'm just the only one who said it. >> let's check in with al. he's currently on the mend. he has had his second knee replacement surgery. al, good morning. there you are. >> hi, buddy! >> hey, guys. how are you? >> how do you feel? >> you know, i feel better than i thought. i had my left knee done 15 years ago and it was brutal when i woke up the next morning. this time around i feel pretty good, i really do. there's some swelling, a little pain, but really not bad. >> is it the same knee that got replaced before? >> no, this one is my right
knee. >> al, you had a teddy bear keeping you company, right? >> i did. lela brought me sam. >> cute. >> so i spent the night with sammy, which was very nice. it almost got -- the operation almost got off to a bad start because we are actually going to do a story on this. deborah came with me and i forgot to tell her that food was coming. >> not a good move. >> she said you might have let me -- i might have combed my hair. >> al, two quick questions. how long will you be in there and how does it feel to be charlie weaver in the hollywood squares right now? >> well, i will tell you, i think i'll be out friday at the latest. >> cool. >> and do a lot of intensive physical therapy. and i hope to be back with you
guys on monday the 24th. >> awesome. take care of yourself, all right, bud. >> do you need anything? >> how's the food there? >> the food is pretty good but anything anybody wants to bring over. >> we've got katie lee cooking -- >> he won't like it. >> food and visitors. >> we're cooking today and i thought of it. you know how al feels about pumpkin spice. so we won't send you that. >> chick-fil-a later tonight. >> now you're talking. >> feel better, pal. >> bye, al. we love you. >> the brady bunch. >> i didn't know we could do that many boxes on the screen. >> guys, we'll start with khloe kardashian breaking her silence on her sister, kim's terrifying robbery in paris. khloe talking about how her sister is handling that experience and what the family is doing in the wake of that robbery. >> she's not doing that well. i i mean it's incredibly traumatic what happened to her, but our family is super close.
i think for us it's a wake-up call for all of us, but definitely just to make sure -- >> and to not share as much anymore. maybe things have changed a lot? >> just make sure that we're protected as well as possible. but, you know, like i said, we're family. we'll do this together and i think it is important to maybe make those adjustments and pull back a little bit is always smart. >> as you can imagine, staying off social media would be a big deal for that kardashian clan. part of that brand is what they do. some have estimated they could lose up to a million dollars per month during such a blackout. maroon 5 dropping a new single called "don't want to know" and it's their first new music since 2014. ♪ >> that's just a little sample right there. friday we're going to give you
your first look at the highly anticipated music video called "don't wanna know." >> janet jackson officially confirming she's pregnant. janet saying we thank god for our blessing. she announced in april that she would be postponing her world tour to focus on family. her exciting announcement when the latest issue of "people" hits newsstands on friday. finally, matt introducing sir roderick stewart. the music legend has been officially been knighted by prince william performing at the ceremony at buckingham palace. stewart receiving the high honor for his services in both music and charity over the past 60 years. his wife and two sons also attended the big ceremony and later on he even got to meet queen elizabeth. stewart said he is on cloud nine following that experience. >> i'm not sure we even understand the significance of that in this country here. there that is a major, major deal.
>> how cool is that. he's got the sword -- >> none of us will ever be knighted. >> that's true. >> for a lot of reasons. >> very cool. >> carson, thank you. dylan, a check of the weather. >> we've got a big cooldown to talk about, especially back through the midwest. yesterday in minneapolis/st. paul area it was in the mid-70s. today temperatures will be in the 40s. bismarck 46, dodge city 60 degrees. that's 12 degrees cooler than yesterday. 56 in kansas city. that cool air will spread eastward tomorrow. chicago not too bad today but tomorrow only in the 50s. same for cleveland. so well below average for this time of year. with this front will come a couple of scattered showers and storms. some could produce heavier downpours, all that lightning too. out ahead of the front it will be a delightful day. lots of sunshine, temperatures in the 60s and 70s. we're also waiting for tonight for that first of many storms to move into the pacific northwest,
bringing good morning. time first alert meteorologist krystal klei. let's look at your neighborhood forecast for today. mid- to upper 60s across the board and scattered clouds in that forecast for your afternoon. westchester, 67. 68 for doylestown. allentown askand cookstown the same. ocean city at 66. and wilmington with temperatures at 68. have a great day. >> and don't forget you can get your forecast any time on the weather channel. >> announcer: red, white and you is sponsored by amazon. >> that's right. now a little something new we are calling "red, white and you" as we count down to election day. >> this morning it's about new concerns about your online privacy and it's connected to
the presidential race. jo kent is here to explain. >> you guys, 27 days left in this election and the campaigns are going into overdrive on facebook and across social media hoping to win your vote, those millennial votes, through online ads. what you may not know is they're able to target you down to where you live and what you like to do. here's how it all works. he spends an hour a day scrolling, liking and commenting. each move you make is a data point. facebook is scooping up more than just your age, location and relationship status. working with retail brands and political campaigns to gather more than 50 personal things about you, including how long you've lived in your home, how many credit lines you have, which groceries you buy, what kind of medication you're using. >> i was a bit freaked out by it for sure. >> tyler woods has been on facebook for eight years. lately he feels like political ads are following him around. >> if you feel like your information is being sold or
spread to parties or entities that you have no idea, it loses that sense of trust that you feel in the medium. >> data like tyler's is especially useful as political campaigns spend an estimated $1.2 billion on digital ads this election psych sglcycle. >> i'm donald trump and approve this message. >> i can look at a zip code and tailor interests in that zip code. you can address those people with a message that will resonate. >> who did you target here? >> these might be people interested in coal issues. >> he runs a digital ad firm and targeted facebook ads alone have helped his candidates move up in the polls and are much cheaper than tv commercials. >> this is live or die for politicians. so being able to know exactly where they are and motivate them to the polls is totally essential. >> the hillary clinton campaign says it's spending $30 million on digital ads between now and election day. >> we face big challenges, but we can solve them the same way families do, working together.
>> on facebook we're in competition for your attention with your best friend, your spouse, your kids. if we're not able to produce a message or a video or whatever it is that's actually compelling, you know, you know perfectly well that you can scroll past it real quick to any other thing on the internet. >> both campaigns match voter information with your facebook data to get out the vote. donald trump's campaign also uses his huge twitter following, gathering personal data from twitter and matching it to find you on facebook and show you ads. >> donald trump for president. >> when mr. trump sends out a tweet and his tweets are retweeted or he's tweeted out, we're able to pool that data and use it. >> privacy advocates call facebook's ad platform the surveillance business model. every click you make will impact what you see in the future. >> it means that when you're going on facebook, you're likely going to be presented with ads and information that are based on what your patterns have done in the past. it's not neutral. it's not supposed to be neutral. >> and digital right experts say
that all that stored data could be made more available to the government and to hackers. and the more that's collected, the more it's a target. so we reached out to facebook who responded that their ad model is standard for the industry and they recently made it easier to adjust your ad preferences, go into your settings. privacy experts say you can install programs to block third-party cookies but demanding more from social media sites like facebook. but the question is even if a lot of people demand it, will facebook deliver. that's the question. >> it's a political campaign, it's retailers, there's a lot of emphasis on mining that data for sure. >> absolutely. and retailers are just as intense about it as political campaigns. >> thank you. by the way, you can see more of our "red, white and you" series on the nbc news app on amazon fire tv. let's go over to carson talking politics in the orange room. >> we have a very first look at a very special edition of "wired" magazine as you can see
here. this issue is titled "frontiers" and guest edited by president obama marking the first time any sitting u.s. president has guest edited a major media publication. within the pages the president touches on everything from landing people on mars to developments in precision medicine. readers will also find obama's personal essay discussing his legacy and how he sees the world. now, when writing about the opportunity to guest edit, obama said given the chance to immerse myself in the possibility of interplanetary travel, i'm going to say yes, i would love this, always have. obama also suggested lists for movies, music and reading. for sci-fi movies he recommends "2001 a space odyssey" because it captures the scale of the unknown. he also says all future leaders should read these, the collected works of abraham lincoln. on the president's playlist for staying fit, you're going to
find "let's get it started," and "get me bodied" by beyonce. it's called "frontiers" and will be on stands october 25th. pretty cool, guys. back to you. >> remember that night in vegas? remember that? you were crazy! you were crazy. you, i've never seen you like that. we're hanging out with kevin hart and jon hamm coming up. both have funny new projects. we'll talk about that and a live performance from onerepublic. first, your local news and weather. then there was london. london was you. >> you know exactly what i'm talking about.
good morning. i'm rosemary connors. 8:26 on this wednesday. a cool start to our day. let's get more on the neighborhood forecast from meteorologist krystal klei. krystal? >> let's the break it down, mid- to upper 60s by this afternoon. in the suburbs by this afternoon, 3:00 p.m., 65. scattered clouds out there, across the entire region, partly cloudy. we'll be at 65 degrees, 3:00 p.m. in the lehigh valley. looking into parts of delaware and new jersey, same situation, mid- to upper 60s for your afternoon forecast high temperatures. and don't forget, you can get that neighborhood forecast when you're on the go with 101.1 more f.m.. >> now let's get a check of traffic with jessica boyington. >> tonight southbound side,
there's an accident around route 5:41, seeing some delays there because the right and center lanes are blocked. keeping it in new jersey, this is the admiral wilson boulevard, moving through camden underneath our graphic, that's the ben franklin bridge. >> thanks, jessica. american airlines confirms it will reduce flights at philadelphia international airport in january. philly international's largest airline is cutting 30 to 40 flights per day. right now, american operates several hundred flights every day. it's part of a system-wide schedule adjustment. even with the cuts, philly will remain american's fourth busiest hub. whole foods is getting ready to open its new philadelphia store on friday at 22nd and pennsylvania avenue. its current store nearby is closing today with markdowns on everything until the place is cleared out. i'm rosemary connors. now back to the "today" show.
when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from
a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump.
and just ahead we have a jam-packed half hour. we've got onerepublic inside already getting ready to play, sounding fabulous, i might add. hi, brian. speaking of music, tomorrow is throwback thursday. barry gibb will be here to perform one of the bee gees biggest hits. and this morning jon hamm on playing a spy in his new movie and why his co-star says he's frustrating to work with, in a good way, of course. >> then we never know what to expect but our buddy, kevin hart, is here and we'll chat with him coming up. and katie lee puts a new spin on lasagna with a recipe that is perfect for the fall. >> fall weather, dylan dreyer with the weather. >> much warmer than yesterday and it should be a nice, sunny one across the northeast. but we do have a couple of scattered showers and storms possible back through the great lakes and stretching into the midwest today. that cold front cooling things down big-time back through areas like minneapolis. it's going to be almost 20 to 30
degrees colder than it was yesterday. and that extends all the way down into northern texas too. as we go into tomorrow, heavy rain. the first of several strong storms hitting the pacific northwest. we could see 15, 20 inches of rain in some areas with a series of storms moving on shore out that way. also hurricane-force winds possible along the coast, scattered showers in the northeast and also down through texas asemperatures cool o tff . good morning. i'm first alert meteorologist krystal klei. let's look at your neighborhood forecast for today. mid- to upper 60s across the boards and scattered clouds in your forecast for the afternoon. 69 at center city. westchester at 67 degrees and 68 for doylestown. also see that temperature at allentown, cookstown the same, and in new jersey, the shore and delaware, very similar as well. 68 for trenton, ocean city at 66, and wilmington with a temperature of 68. have a great day. >> you got very excited when you
heard we were going to talk to the crowd. what do you want to talk about? >> everything. i love this show. i'm from new york. i love new york. but retiring down to florida now. >> that's a good place to be. >> it is.is. isn't that where all new yorkers go? >> well, thanks so much for being here. savannah. >> dylan, thank you. suave, charming, daring, those are three words being used to describe jon hamm in his new movie "keeping up with the joneses." he plays an undercover spy who moves to the suburbs. when he bonds with his neighbor, hamm takes him with a walk on the wild side. >> welcome to the cobra club. >> this is jeff's first time, so -- >> don't worry, we'll take good care of him, man. >> thank you. >> oh, i'll take -- >> should i know what that is? >> i don't think you should. i really don't. i'm not sure i do and i had to
say it in the scene. it's explained later on in the scene. it's a very exotic beverage that zach's character overindulges in and hi later ensues. >> and your character would order it because he's smooth, charismatic and smart. >> he knows somebody everywhere. >> he blows his own glass and he has a secret life, he's a spy. >> yes, in fact. there's more than meets the eye to our friend tim jones. that's the biggest reveal in this. and then we recruit zach and ila's characters are straight-laced neighbors into the spy game and things blow up. >> and comedy ensues. >> literally. >> one of the things i like about your character is even though he is this really cool spy, he kind of longs for the suburban life, doesn't he? he wants to tinker in the garage with his neighbors. >> he like wants friends. he wants to have some friends that don't shoot at him all the time. that was kind of the big -- that was kind of what we talked about when we started making the
movie. what's the difference here? what are we talking about? what if a guy who seemingly sort of had it all was lonely and wanted a pal. >> you guys even go indoor skydiving. i have so many questions. i didn't know indoor skydiving existed. >> it does. it is remarkable painful when you do it. >> do you have a stunt in it? >> no, i did it. zach and i were both in there. not only do you get buffeted around but you're getting held up by essentially like 140-mile-an-hour winds that's blowing my 200 pounds as much as they can up in the air. and it is painful. >> one of the things i liked learning was i read about the movie was that you and zach go way back. >> we do. >> like way before either of you was famous. >> we do, yeah. when i first came to l.a. in 1995, i'd just go see comedy shows because it was cheap and you didn't have to stand in line. >> good, clean fun. >> no one else did so you would just go.
and that was when people like zach and pat who was also in the film, all these guys were doing kind of this one specific comedy night. it was just a fun night. that's how zach and i met and that was 20 some-odd years ago. which means we're all officially old. >> i know, but look what's happened to you now. >> i know. >> one of the things that zach says a lot that i think is hilarious and also true is, first of all, he pays you a compliment. he says you're really funny, and not like actor funny, but actually just funny. and then he says it's irritating because you do look the way you do. it's like that hair. >> so he's calling me irritating, that's what he's saying. >> he says i think the quote was it's frustrating. he's frustrated with you. >> that's fine. zach can be very frustrated as well. >> maybe he doesn't know the burden of being you. >> i don't know about that. >> but it is kind of -- it's great to see you in this role. i'm a huge "mad men" fan and i was thinking about the series. you know what, there's just nothing funny that happens in
"mad men." >> i got a foot chopped off with a lawn mower. >> that is just a side of you. if people know you from "mad men" they don't know that you actually have this whole other muscle you can flex. >> well, it's nice to get the opportunity to do that, i guess. it's nice to have both sides of it. and that's, again, part of the reason why i wanted to do the film was not only get a chance to work with zach who's a friend who's superfunny and have the opportunity to do different things, stunt things and drive fast and shoot guns and float around in weird tubes. but to get the chance to work with ila and gal who are amazing as well. we all had really great chemistry. it was a fun shoot. >> by the way, we're here at 30 rock. you should go see lauren. i loved it when you did snl. >> i'll pop up. >> you guys have a weird thing, like a tube that sends you right up, right? >> it's like the bank when you put your -- and then a lollipop
we're back now, 8:40. "rolling stone" called kevin hart's first stand-up mogul. he performed in front of 53,000 people in philadelphia, the first comedian ever to perform in an at-capacity football
stadium, well documented in his new stand-up movie called "kevin hart what now." and in his new routine, he spares no one, not even his 7-year-old. >> he puts trash in the trash can. out of nowhere, my son takes off running. running as fast as he can. i got scared because i couldn't
see what he was running from. i shut the door. i told myself depending on what it was was going to determine if i open up the door or not when he got back. if it was something crazy, i'm just going to put my hand on the glass and say, son, touch the glass one last time. >> your own son? you're vicious, man. >> it's called good parenting. >> how are you? >> i'm good, man. good to see you. >> good to see you. what did it hit you standing on that stage, 53,000 people, i am a kid from philadelphia, grew up with some challenges in my family, former shoe salesman, 53,000 people paid money to watch me tell jokes. >> i mean, look, it's an unbelievable feeling. you know what, i brought it to philadelphia for a reason. that's where i was born and raised. i am the man i am today because of the city of philadelphia. so to be able to go back to my hometown and make history, sell out the lincoln financial stadium, it's unreal. to know that amount of people came out to laugh, that's a big
deal. there was so many different races, we had everybody in there, man. people. people. i put a bunch of people that forgot about whatever problems that were going on in the world and came out for a moment. >> i saw you do stand-up one time and you find a way at some point to connect with the audience but it's usually a more intimate audience. how do you connect with 53,000 people? >> that's a good question. that's the beauty about kevin hart. the thing about me, i love to take those big environments and turn them into intimate setti s settings. the best way hto do that is to engage. i'm a story teller. in a stadium, those monitors are huge, so no matter where you are, you feel like you're right there, you're a part of the show. >> how long does it take to come down from that high? >> i'm still on it. i'm still on it. this is a good high. >> speaking of highs, you just got married recently. >> i did get married. >> what would mrs. hart tell me is the best thing about being
married to kevin hart? >> my body. yeah, if i had to say, you know, my body. it's pretty incredible right now. >> by the way, it's funny you mentioned that because hoda saw you in the gym this morning. >> she did. she was on that stair climber getting it. a little aggressive. very aggressive on that stair climber. she was stepping with an attitude. but it was good to see her out early that morning. >> real quick, we like playing games when you're here, so in honor of your new concert film is a game called "what now." >> i like this game. >> wh>> you wake up as presiden of the united states in the morning. what now? >> i'm going to take everybody's shoe string, just because i can. i'm the president and i don't want people to have shoe strings anymore. >> you wake up and you're the new james bond. what now? >> if i'm the new james bond, i can't say that, i'm married. oh, that's a tough one. okay, i'm going to change my suits to jean sets.
>> the new look for 007. >> last one real quick, genie gives you three wishes. give me one. what now? >> my biggest wish would be to bring people closer together. at a time and state our world is today i'd love to see people take steps forward, not backw d backwar backwards. i love to live and laugh and i'd like to spread that all over and i'd like everybody to get that disease because i think that's good. i had a deep one. i almost made you cry this morning. i've got a gift for you. i've got a gift for you. give me my gift, hurry up. look, i own these headphones, i'm a businessman. because y'all are good to me you get a pair before anybody else. go, take it. >> what about everybody else? >> i don't know them. i'm not going to be good to everybody. but they're music headphones, they're really, really good. >> thanks so much, bud. i appreciate it. kevin hart, "what now" from our
sister company universal opens up on friday. great to have you here. >> it's always good to be here. go see my must havy! >> and the headphones. just ahead, the irresistible seasonal spin on lasagna, first, this is "today" on nbc. most people owe the bank. but pat toomey actually owned a bank. and when he went to washington, he voted to change the laws... to
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this week on "today's food" we're focusing on fresh produce you can find at your farmers market. katie lee is getting ready for the new york city wine and food festival but first she has a great recipe using pumpkin. nice to see you. >> nice to see you too. >> the festival good cause. >> it's to raise money for the food bank of new york so really great cause and it's so much fun too. >> tell me what you're making. >> i'm making a pumpkin sausage lasagna. instead of your traditional red sauce, it's a pumpkin sauce. >> there are a lot of
ingredients. >> there's italian sausage, parmesan cheese, mozzarella cheese, pumpkin, kale, mushrooms, onions, garlic. brown the sausage. this takes seven or eight minutes. then put it on a paper towel to drain. that just gets out some of the extra grease. and then into the same skillet, if you'll put my olive oil in there. >> so you're going to deglaze this. >> yes. and then some onions and mushrooms, garlic and a little crushed red pepper. >> and we have folks downstairs getting ready to chow down on this. >> getting ready. >> a little bit of water goes in. that's goes to deglaze the pan and just get up all those good brown bits. let's add that sausage back in the pan, so same skillet. >> paper towel go in there too? >> no, not the paper towel, matt. some canned pumpkin and then some heavy cream. so stir that for me. and this is just going to make
this really thick, velvety, delicious sauce. a little salt and pepper. >> how long does this need to cook down? >> not very long at all, just like a minute or two and then take it off the heat. and then let's make our cheesy filling. so ricotta cheese. i've got the kale that i steamed and chopped up and you really need to squeeze all the moisture out of it. parmesan cheese and then we've got fresh sage, garlic powder, salt, pepper and a little nutmeg. the nutmeg really helps bring out the flavor of the greens. >> and you're going to layer this? >> layer it up. >> sausage on the bottom? >> a little bit of sauce and i cooked the lasagna noodle for half the amount of time. >> because they're going to cook more in the oven. >> then they won't overcook. >> guys? >> it's really good. and you know what, it has that little bit of fall flavor but it's not overpowering. >> it's not too pumpkiny. >> how many layers? >> just until it fills up. use a big pan. put it over here with mozzarella
cheese on top. give it a tap and that gets all the air bubbles out. >> can we show what it looks like. >> let's eat some. we've got some right here. a little extra parmesan goes on top. this is a really hearty dish. it will help you put on your winter weight. what do you think? >> it's fantastic. that is absolutely delicious. katie lee, thank you very much. for this recipe go to today.com/food. up next, a live performance from onerepublic. first on a wednesday morning, this is "today" on nbc. ♪
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>> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> how happy are we? we have onerepublic in studio 1a this morning. >> that's right. they have a brand new album called "oh my my". >> ladies and gentlemen, o onerepublic. take it away. ♪ days when we fought, we fought till i would give in ♪ ♪ yeah, perfect disaster ♪ we were reaching for the
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♪ swear that we'll never die ♪ nights when we kept asking ♪ changing all our plans and making every day a holiday ♪ ♪ feel the years stop turning, city life keep burning ♪ ♪ there's something about this feels the same ♪ ♪ back when we were kids ♪ swear we would never die ♪ you and me were kids ♪ swear that we'll never die ♪ oh yeah ♪ i refuse to look back thinking days are better ♪ ♪ just because they're younger days ♪ ♪ oh yeah ♪ i don't know what's round the
corner ♪ ♪ the way i feel right now i swear we'll never change ♪ ♪ you and me were kids onerepublic thank you so much. new album called "oh my good morning. i'm vai sikahema. it's just about 9:00. it's in the 50s right now, but it's going to get warmer. let's get right to your first alert forecast with meteorologist krystal klei. >> hi, vai. hi, everyone. temperature for us, 54 in philadelphia. we've got some clouds that are starting to build in through the area. still sunny, 50 degrees. 46 now in the lehigh valley.
that's a nice warm-up from the 30s we saw this morning. and in delaware, 53. this afternoon, high temperatures bumping up mostly around the upper 60s. 68 and partly cloudy in delaware. 69 in philadelphia. >> thank you, krystal. let's get a check on the roads with first alert traffic reporter, jessica boyington. >> we're out in smyrna, route 1 southbound, an earlier accident with a truck that was carrying chick chickens. you can actually take 13 as your alternate there. still watching this west hampton township accident. it's headed southbound around route 541. the right and center lanes are blocked. we're seeing big delays headed southbound towards exit 5. police are looking for two men who robbed a northeast philadelphia couple at gunpoint in their own home. voters say the two men broke into the house on helderman street in oxford circle last night and stole close to $300 from the couple. one of the robbers put a gun to the neck of the husband, who police say is legally blind.
the suspects left in a black jeep wrangler. and police in camden are launching a new initiative to improve community relations there. today the camden county police department will announce a partnership with next-door, which is a social network for neighborhoods. today they'll use technology to improve relations and communications. i'm vai sikahema, we'll have another update for you coming up in 25 minutes. and you can always get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. now back to the "today" show, have a great day. we'll see you at the bottom of the hour. katie v/o: she works hard.
she stays late. but she gets paid 21% less than her male coworkers. pat toomey has voted time after time against equal pay for women, against pay that helps hard working families get ahead. katie o/c: for my daughters and yours, i'll fight for equal pay for women. families need it; you've earned it. katie v/o: i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message because it's your turn to get ahead.
this morning on "today's take" kevin hart is here rg proving once again why he's the raping king of comedy. then we'll rock out with onerepublic taking our stage with a new song. plus one of the dangerous places on earth. coming up right now. >> announc: from nbc news, this is "today's take" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on this wednesday morning. it is october 12th, 2016, a lovely crowd of people hanging out there. i'm tamron along with carson and dylan. al -- >> how is al? >> he's doing great. so al is in recovery from his knee surgery, we know. i've never seen someone tweet so many things from a surgery.
>> the first thing i did when i got up this morning. i went on instagram and he posted a video of him doing fine. >> he wanted to stay awake through it so he could put it live on facebook. >> he even also wanted to inspect it. can we show that now? of al and he's got -- they're getting -- he's got the gown on and he basically is like i need to check out the room. what room is this before i go under. >> listen to al. >> how are you feeling? >> i'm a little nervous. >> yeah? >> yeah. >> they just offered you some sedation. >> i wanted to see what the room looks like first. >> yeah? >> then they can knock me out. >> i think i want to do it this way. >> no, go back. >> you can't help yourself.
>> he wanted to see the o.r. do you want to check it out, see if there's any trap doors? >> when i had my wrist surgery, they sedated me in the o.r. they strapped me down and it was like put a thing on this arm and a thing on this arm. oh, my gosh. before i can even panic about what's happening next, i'm out. >> my mom just had shoulder surgery similar to the one al had a couple of years ago. she's sitting there and the anesthesiologist is like -- i don't feel any -- then out. completely out. i was sitting there when she came to. how you feeling, lady? what happened? what did he do to me? >> my dad at thanksgiving, he did the same thing. >> my favorite guy, your favorite guy is doing okay. we'll have more updates for you on that. meanwhile, what have you been up to? >> so we've been -- do you know what ghosting is? >> on the internet? >> on the internet it's a thing if you're dating and you're dating somebody and they just disappear from your life without any explanation. that's called ghosting. but in neighborhoods, and we
didn't have this in california, but here on the east coast they have a thing called ghosting where your kids get a bag like this, a brown bag, and you fill it with candy and then you take it to your friend's house and you -- when i was growing up we called it ding dong ditch and we did it every friday night. now it's relegated to october. you give candy. >> ring the bell. >> and then you run. >> this is not halloween? >> so there's candy in here, not something else. >> there's like this little ghosted poem that says late last night we left you a treat. the tradition is fun, we hope you'll repeat. take the ghost and pin it on your door to let others know you need ghosting no more. now it's your time to pass along the surprise, two more families. gather some treats and deliver them soon under two nights under the moon. >> do you leave this note? >> you can print the thing out. >> tonight i go to one of my neighbors, i leave this on the
door. >> ring the bell and leave. they don't know it was you. and then they have to go within 48 hours and ghost more people. >> is there good candy in here? >> yeah, it's good stuff. >> i'm going to ghost you guys. >> see, i grew up in the middle of the woods. nobody ever even came trick-or-treating or anything. >> it's fun because it's infectious and now the kids are like who are we going to ghost tonight. then they get involved and they're watching the door to try to catch somebody ghosting. >> i like that. >> it's taken over our family. >> chocolate cake because have you heard, this may be the new sensation. a study that chocolate cake is better for you for brunch. chocolate may be the new staple. the new study says eating sweets in the morning is better than night because your metabolism rate is higher. so cocoa, dark chocolate, associated with health benefits, your cognitive memory. i gave you this cake because i saw your instagram last night.
>> so i'm sitting there on the cou couch, boscoe is like what in tarnation is going on. you can see i was slouched. i was holding my plate kind of like this ready to eat and then -- oh, my gosh. i can't do it because i was a little more slouched there and my dress is slippery. but there it is. >> look at that. >> so yeah. that moment hit me, i could just eat. >> you know what that moment is called? being a dude. being a guy. you were just a guy in that moment. >> the other day we were in the studio and dylan was doing weather. i looked over and saw her and your face, you had this look on your face. what's going on? this baby was really -- the baby was jumping around. >> and it's different from the kicks i had in the beginning. any first-time moms we're kind of on the same page here, due in december you'll notice the same
thing. instead of these kicks it's rolls and elbows. >> have you seen it? >> i could see it. she was across the room. >> you could watch it go from over here? >> did it freak you out? it freaks brian out like crazy. >> when you see an elbow make a move like that, trying to keep everybody out. >> he thinks it's going to bust through. >> it's a reminder that you're rounding third and heading home. >> you're almost in your tenth month. >> thank you for clarifying it for us. >> thank you for letting us know how mother nature works. from mother nature to technology, there is a device that will help moms like dylan even more trying to learn to balance the plate on the belly. it's a device that will let you check, listen to this, check your cell phone and feed your baby at the same time. so i think this is a gag. our team says it's real. they are trying to start a kickstarter for it.
so -- do you think this is for real? >> yeah, it looks real. it looks like it could be a real thing. >> is that just to kill time while the baby is eating? >> kids don't walk anymore in this country, they're on hoverboards. >> it's called swipe and feed and it solves one of the biggest problems, of course, checking your e-mails and trying to feed the baby. it's a kickstarter device. we hope to get our hands on it. if it's real, we want to see it in person. >> baby gift for dylan. >> i just want to turn off my phone for a little bit in the beginning. >> you have to, right? >> use your phone at night and then put the noise machine on using your phone too. >> you mean turn it off like connecticut to the world. >> just disconnect. >> you're going to lose your phone. my phones have it for pokemon go. your phone is no longer yours once you have kids. >> what is the kelly clarkson dance challenge? >> i don't know exactly. somebody said that she put down this gauntlet and she was starting it and it's part of the diabetes dance. you can raise money, it's a
challenge. people dance for 23 seconds, i guess. so she and her daughter did it and posed the challenge. take a look. >> all right, here we go. are you ready? are you ready to dance? okay. whoo! yeah. here we go. it's coming in. >> so i guess you have to -- shake it, kelly. >> oh, look at river. 23 seconds is the dance challenge. i guess you have to dance to the song "push it." oh, you can do any song. >> these charitable things are getting better. it started with the ice bucket challenge and then the pushup challenge and now all we're doing is dancing. i think it's headed in a good direction. >> are we ready to dance? >> silence. >> come on.
>> you're probably the only one who can actually dance here. >> come on, come on. 23 seconds of dance. are you ready? come on. kevin hart is here. please, kevin hart, help us. come on. >> i thought i was doing a tease? >> come on, come on. come on. >> what about my tease? >> it doesn't matter. kevin hart is here. you're the only way carson will dance. >> it's going to get real dirty. >> come on. >> okay, here we go. up next, halloween is around the corner. so guess what ben affleck's son is going to dress as. and the one and only kevin hart. >> raising money for diabetes. look at it, he's doing good. >> get that baby bump away from me. >> the it's the little things in life that make me smile. spending the day with my niece. i don't use super poligrip for hold, because my dentures fit well.
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back now, more of "today's take." all of the women on our team just gave pause for this big moment involving the character from -- what's the guy's name? >> oh, dylan mckay. >> you've never seen it? >> i've never seen it. >> it's funny because people think i was named after dylan mckay. >> was that luke perry? >> yeah. >> luke perry who just turned 50, by the way. >> are we talking about chachi?
>> where did you go for like 15 minutes? >> i was told kevin hart. i just love the guy. >> so ben affleck, halloween coming up. you might think his kids would be set up to want to do his batman, right? most popular costume. according to ben, that is not the case. take a look at what he told our sister network about his son's costume. >> my son told a friend of his who's your favorite superhero and he said his favorite superhero was flash. they said what about batman? batman is just my kid. >> how cool to say that, it's just my dad. >> we're going to check in with al. >> al is alive. >> i'm alive, yeah. >> how are you feeling? >> i just had my first pt session and i'm done for the next couple of hours. i have another one coming up. i took my first step.
so actually i wanted to do it last night, but we got done a little too late. but so far so good. >> does this recovery so far feel better, al? do you feel better now than you did the last time on the other knee? >> well, you know, it's hard to compare the two, because there is no comparison with childbirth. but i think the reason women get pregnant again is because they forget about the first time. any time there's a traumatic experience, i think you tend to forget some of it, at least i do. but we're having a great time and my daughter, lela, this was her first teddy bear. this is sammy. she brought sammy to me so that was kind of fun. >> that's what made it all easier, right? >> so sweet. >> yeah. little sammy. >> are you taking visitors?
>> i am taking visitors, yes. >> we'll come by. >> come on by. >> are you taking pain killers? >> you betcha, yeah. anything i can get. although the interesting thing, the technology they use, i didn't go under a general anesthesia. i went -- i had a sedative and then a nerve blocker that was injected into my knee that blocked the nerve and then a local anesthetic so you come out -- i was awake like five minutes after they were done. >> wow. >> will you do the weather on nightly from the hospital room? >> yes, i can do that now, so it's fantastic. i don't think that's going to happen. >> did the room live up to your standards? we saw you saw the room. did you get the room you wanted? >> yes. look, i got a room and that's --
and it's a lovely room. i'm very happy. hoda sent some lovely flowers, so it's a nice thing, it's a good thing. >> we love you so much and everybody is looking for the next update on social media so get some rest. >> we're doing a piece on this whole thing, and i forgot to tell deborah that a crew was going to be meeting us. so she was dressed down a bit. >> might. might want to mention that. >> luckily i was going in for surgery or i would have ended up in the hospital anyway. >> feel better, al. >> bye. >> thanks, gang. >> love you. >> bye, uncle al. >> oh, he's got a teddy bear. luke perry, that's who's 50 today.
all the women said when your crush turns 50, what do you psychologically go through. >> and i realized when i had a crush on him, i must have been a lot younger than him. >> i remember when my dad turned 50, oh, my dad's older. but look at that, he looks great. >> and the weather? >> we are talking about the weather in the southeast where we do have still that significant threat of flooding, especially down near lumberton, north carolina, where the lumber river is going to stay above flood stage through monday. and then finally it will drop below major flooding but we're still going to see residual flooding after that. same goes for the neuse river. it will take possibly through the weekend before we start to see improvements with flooding in that area. we have category 2 nicole, a hurricane that is now approaching bermuda. we'll see conditions deteriorate there. we could see 4 to 8 inches of rain and possibly 4 to 6-inch storm surge for bermu
good morning. i'm first alert meteorologist krystal klei. here's a look at your neighborhood forecast for today. mid- to upper 60s across the board and scattered clouds in that forecast through your afternoon. 69 in center city. westchester, 67 degrees. and 68 for doylestown. also seeing that temperature at 67 in allentown. cookstown, the same. and new jersey, the shore and delaware, very similar as well. 68 for the trenton, ocean city at 66. and wilmington with temperatures at 68. have a great day. and that's your latest forecast. >> thank you, dylan. up next, he's a newlywed, he's got a new movie, a new show. now we want to know will kevin hart host host the oscars? we're going to ask hi
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then jump out and scare you. i've seen my daughter go hide and then i forgot that she went to go hide. like five, six hours go by. i finally walk by, she jumps out but she's too weak to scare me. what took you so long, daddy. i haven't eaten anything all day, i'm so hungry. >> that might be your fault. kevin hart, welcome back, man. >> what's going on, man. >> the show is great. the thing you gave your dad an iphone once. >> oh, my goodness, yes. >> tell us what happened. >> well, my dad is older, of course, stuck in his own ways and technology doesn't go well with old people. siri is a feature on the iphone. i've never seen my dad use the feature. one day he comes downstairs and he's telling me he wants to take the kids to go somewhere to eat. he says where do you want to take them. he says pizza. he starts yelling cyrus in the
phone. my dad thought somebody actually lived in the phone. she was trying to wake him up. apple, because they heard about it and they heard about me including siri in my jokes, right now if you say cyrus in your phone, it's going to say what do you want, henry. it's going to say my father's name. right now -- >> try it out, carson. >> if you go, hey, cyrus. >> hey, cyrus. >> i don't recall cyrus. >> do it right. come on, carson. goodness gracious, carson. >> hey, cyrus. >> carson, you don't ever talk to siri. >> my wife's name is siri. >> no, he didn't do it right. you guys are bad. >> your kids are hendrix and heaven. >> yes. >> do they say, dad, some things are just off limits. you cannot keep including us in your show. >> no. here's the good thing about being my kids.
you have no choice. if you do something, i'm going to call you out on it and i'm going to stay it on the stage. those are the consequences. >> how do you justify the success to your kids. do they think it's their success? >> no. i tell my kids daddy is the only big thing in this house. >> your kids seem like they have your personality. >> my daughter, she's older. she has it. she wants to be in the entertaining business. i'm holding her off until she's old enough and done with school. my son is a little more reserved but he's getting crazy. my son is the type of kid, right now if he was in here he's just lick that wall. i'd say, son, don't lick that wall. he gets mad at me, why can't i lick the wall? i ain't doing nothing wrong, i ain't messing with nobody. >> you're on the short list for the oscars. is that of interest to you? >> listen, it's going to happen when it's supposed to. i'm not rushing it. i think when it does happen, i would be great at it. it's something else to say that i've done in my career. when that time comes, i'll be
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good morning. i'm vai sikahema. it's just about 9:30. let's get right to your first alert neighborhood forecast with krystal klei. >> we're 55 in philadelphia and 52, coatesville. allenville, 67. so these numbers are looking a lot better than yesterday morning, when we saw a lot of us starting out in the 30s and low 40s. we were mostly in the 50s throughout the morning in philadelphia. radar and satellite wide view shows us we've gotten scattered clouds out there today, that will continue partly cloudy conditions by tomorrow. spot chances of rain, but that will be mostly north of philadelphia. >> thank you, krystal. let's get a check on the roads with nbc 10 traffic reporter, jessica boyington. >> still in smyrna over an
accident scene. it's still blocked between exit 119 and 114, take route 13, as your alternate. you're also watching some construction. old welsh road is closed between paper mill road and huntingdon road. expect some detours. >> investigators are looking for what sparked this overnight fire at a pizza shop in philadelphia. the flames engulfed nonstop pizza in tacony, the store and a garage right behind it were both engulfed in a fire that started after 11:00 last night. no one was hurt. and today philadelphia mayor jim kenney will unveil new tobacco regulations aimed at keeping young people from smoking. they include limits on the number of stores selling tobacco in low-income neighborhoods. and today inmonger county, wells fargo will present a $10,000 grant to the girl scouts of eastern pennsylvania. the money will be used to help girls participate in after-school and summer scout programs. i'm vai sikahema. we'll have another update for you coming up in about 25 minutes. meantime, you can always get the
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brand new winning singer songwriter ryan tedder with his band onerepublic has been doing this for the past decade, ten years. >> he is also behind the music with tons of other huge stars, writing and producing smash hits for everyone from beyonce to adele. >> first, take a look at his incredibly remarkable career. ♪ it's too late to apologize >> singer-songwriter ryan tedder had nothing to be sorry for after his band, onerepublic, burst onto the air waves with their debut single nine years ago. onerepublic followed their debut with "waking up" in 2009.
as the band exploded with hits like "love runs out" and "counting stars" off their third album "native" racking up over 1.5 billion views on youtube. but it's ryan's impressive song writing and producing for the biggest names in music that has billboards calling him the undercover king of pop. with his song writing credits including -- ♪ keep bleeding ♪ i really want to love somebody ♪ >> leading to grammy wins with his work with adele. as well as with taylor swift. ♪ back when we were kids >> now ryan is rocking out once again with the band's newest album "oh my my." >> you actually haven't slept in ten years, we've established
that by all the incredible work you've done. you did most of the tracks on the road? >> yeah. it does have an influence. we recorded one song in soapaola. some were done in london with a british feel, some were done in california with a sunny kind of feel to it. it influences it for sure. >> did you have a favorite artist that you worked with? >> we had santa gold, we had cassius. peter gabriel. i met him last summer in london. we started talking, had tea and dinner and that turned into collaboration. i sent him a couple songs and said if you like any of these, please -- i didn't expect to hear back and he said i love the song a.i. >> what does he do? >> he wrote the second verse. he wrote this entire gorgeous very peter gabrielesque sounding
atro and sings the whole second verse. >> ten years together, onerepublic, what makes the magic here? what makes it work? >> i think we're still having fun. this album "oh my my" is us having fun. if you're not having fun, if you're doing something creative, it's time to hang it up. >> we've all seen where bands start to fight. and after the break the drugs broke them up. you never had those problems. >> drugs, always a bad idea, kids. bad idea. >> you guys have done such a good job. >> don't date each other's significant others. >> that never works out. >> seems like a good idea at the time. it always back fires. >> you work obviously, as we saw in that piece, with so many other artists. give us a little bit on some of them and we'll start with taylor swift. >> taylor is -- taylor brings more overall skill sets to writing sessions than anyone i've worked with. she's a machine in the best way possible. she walks in, she has an idea of
the song she wants to do the night before. you walk in, sit down, hey, how ds it going, let's go. she's not sitting around thinking is this a hit, is it not. it's in her dna. i don't know any writers that really think that way. i don't sit down and go, okay, counting stars will be an hit. we don't think in algorithms. whatever i took in over decades of listening to music is what i put out. and taylor is the same way, but she walks in and just bangs out a song top down. you walk out with a finished record. >> and adele would be similar? >> they're actually quite different. beyonce is super lyrics, so you can tell by her last couple of records, if the lyric isn't her life, she's off it. adele same way. but adele also, if she wasn't adele the singer, she'd be adele the songwriter, one of the best writers in the world. >> lets hear tonight. tell me with that. >> i went and the screened this
movie. i'm not a big cryer. i cried the better part of two hours, both joy and sadness. will smith, ed norton, on and on. one of the greatest casts. >> so a small indie film. >> it comes out christmas day. i saw the movie. they said do you have an idea of what you could do, adapt one of your songs for this. we did an adaptation, a bunch of back and forth with the director and let's hurt the night and it's my favorite song. >> i saw -- you are going to sing the song? >> i saw your shot with willie geist and you cooked lunch for everybody? he's raving about how good your cooking skills are. >> i used wagu. >> he's joking. >> i want to thank ryan very much. he has a new song coming up in a few minutes. first we'll meet a couple of people who perform some of the most daring rescues in the world at some of the most dangerous at some of the most dangerous places on the planet. ♪
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imagine having to perform rescue missions in one of the most treacherous terrains in the entire world, the horn. a new docu series gives viewers unprecedented access to the most elite team of first responders. they're pilots, climbers, medics and doctors and responsible for saving injured and stranded visitors to switzerland's matterhorn mountain. >> they brave extreme altitudes, freezing temperatures, all kinds of situations just to save lives. we have two of them with us, simon and sam. good to have you here. >> good morning. >> how did this show start, by the way? i say show and use that loosely.
it's a docu series, but this footage puts us at home right into your world of rescue. >> it's actually a reality documentati documentation, 45 minutes each. >> but i'm watching it like i'm watching it's real life for you guys. what is it like to be out there rescuing those people? >> for us, it's the job we do and this is real. what you see, we didn't play something that wasn't -- >> sam, you're the pilot, you're at these extreme altitudes. first of all, it's it like to fly a helicopter in those conditions? >> it makes it just a little bit more difficult than in a flat, level area. in the high altitudes, the performance of the chopper gets less. you have more wind, icy conditions, you have different conditions, that makes it difficult. you don you start as a young pilot with
taxi flights and then you continue. >> simon, the first episode starts off with you descending nine stories down into a crevice to rescue someone who was trapped down there. what is going through your mind? are you even processing what you're doing? are you nervous at that point? >> just the thing, the tripod that lowers you, there's no guarantee it's even going to hold you. >> i mean, this is climbing. we are never 100% sure. there is always a little bit of risk that we take for sure. what you see in the show is more dangerous, but we still manage and do a lot of managing the risk and like making it the most possible secure way. >> and you actually got to meet the man you rescued at the end of that episode and he didn't remember really anything that happened. what's it like when you meet the
people you rescue? >> i mean for us it is the best outcome we can have, somebody comes back, and many times people, they die. and for this specific rescue, for us, this is a big, big plus that somebody comes back. >> the footage is absolutely thrilling. if anybody out there is a thrill seeker, you're lucky to have these guys in the air around you if god forbid something happens. congratulations. >> thank you so much for being here. you can catch them in "the horn" when it remeres on red bull tv on october 17th. and i'll do weather now. that's my other job. >> if anything goes wrong, we'll send the boys over. >> if i trip and fall, i know i'm in good hands. let's take a look at what's going on across the country today where we are looking at beautiful weather across the northeast. really a delightful day, temperatures in the mid-60s. we've got this cold front moving east where we'll see a couple
scattered showers and storms but minneapolis/st. paul drops about 25 degrees from yesterday and that cool air extends down into good morning. i'm first alert meteorologist krystal klei. here's a look at your neighborhood forecast for today. mid- to upper 60s across the board and scattered clouds in that forecast through your afternoon. 69 in center city. westchester at 67 degrees and 68 for doylestown. also see that temperature at 67 in allentown, cookstown, the same. and through new jersey, the shore and delaware, very similar, as well. 68 for trenton. ocean city at 66. and wilmington with temperatures at 68. have a great day. and that's your latest forecast. coming up next, the band behind "counting stars" and countless number one number on onerepublic sings one of their onerepublic sings one of their if you suffer from a dry mouth, then you'll know how uncomfortable it can be. onerepublic sings one of their but did you know that the lack of saliva can also lead to tooth decay and bad breath?
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the citi double cash card. double means double. >> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> grammy nominated brand onerepublic is ready to rock our studio with a song straight off the brand new album "oh my my" singing "let's hurt tonight." here is onerepublic. ♪ when, when we came home ♪ worn to the bones ♪ i told myself this could get rough ♪ ♪ and when, when i was off ♪ which happened a lot
♪ you came to me and said that's enough ♪ ♪ oh i know that this love is pain ♪ ♪ but we can't cut it from out these veins, no ♪ ♪ so i'll hit the lights and you lock the doors ♪ ♪ we ain't leaving this room till we broke the mold ♪ ♪ don't walk away, don't roll your eyes ♪ ♪ they say love is pain ♪ well darling let's hurt tonight ♪ ♪ ah ooh ooh ♪
♪ when, when i came home ♪ worn to the bones ♪ i told myself this could be rough ♪ ♪ oh i know you're feeling insane ♪ ♪ tell me something that i can explain ♪ ♪ oh i'll hit the lights and you lock the doors ♪ ♪ tell me all of the things that you couldn't before ♪ ♪ don't walk away, don't roll your eyes ♪ ♪ they say love is pain ♪ well darling, let's hurt tonight ♪ ♪ if this love is pain ♪ well darling, let's hurt tonight ♪ ♪ ooh ooh
♪ you hit the lights and i'll lock the doors ♪ ♪ tell me all of the things that you couldn't before ♪ ♪ i won't walk away, won't roll my eyes ♪ ♪ they say love is pain ♪ well darling let's hurt tonight ♪ ♪ if this love is pain ♪ then honey let's love tonight ♪ >> our thanks to onerepublic. they have got another performance coming up with kathie lee and hoda. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. do you own a plane? do you own a bank? pat toomey owned both. but it's
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i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion and i would suggest we have penalties for doctors who perform them. would you put people in jail for performing abortions? at some point doctors performing abortions i think would be subject to that sort of penalty. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. good morning. i'm vai sikahema. it's just a few minutes before 10:00 a.m. we're in the low to mid-50s, but we're going to climb to the high 60s a little bit later. let's get our first alert neighborhood forecast with meteorologist krystal klei. >> hi, vai. this is going to be a great fall day. you can see the look outside right now, philadelphia, center city. ef-with clouds in place. temperature wise, we are currently at 60 degrees now. that's up from 55 degrees. winds are at just 3 miles per hour. winds are light, temperatures already making their way into
the 60s. and if you look at that radar and satellite, a nice wide view here showing us, we'll have scattered clouds today, but no rain to track. slight chances of rain will move in tomorrow to areas mostly north of philadelphia. >> krystal, thank you. investigators are looking for the cause of this fire that roared through two vacate row homes in philadelphia's hunting park neighborhood. this is on north broad street near pike street earlier this morning. no one was hurt. and police are looking for two men who robbed a northeast philadelphia couple at gunpoint in their own home. investigators say the two men broke into the house on hellerman street in oxford circle last night. they stole close to $300 from the couple. one of the robbers put a gun to the neck of the husband, who police say is legally blind. the suspects left in the black jeep wrangler. and today, leaders in philadelphia will look at new ways to deal with the city's costly pothole problem. right now repairs are done with a crew of workers and a truck. but city councilman david o. will propose two other methods
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and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. ♪ we were hello, everybody. it is wines day wednesday, october 12th. also yom kippur. holiest day in the jewish calendar and we want to wish all our jewish family and friends a holy, holy holiday today. and that's kenny chesney and pink's "setting the world on fire." >> i love collaborations. kenny chesney and pink. a good one. >> a pretty good show. >> who's here? >> sitting down with two talented you