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>> that gives out the big shiefzshiefz -- big-sized candy bars. good morning. tip of the iceberg? are the indictments against two of president trump's former top aides just the beginning? and one former campaign adviser pleads guilty. so, what exactly has he been telling the fbi? undue influence. ofofficials from facebook, twitr and google, set to face tough questions, starting today on capitol hill. where as many as 126 million americans exposed to russian-linked posts on facebook alone, during the presidential race. we're live in washington. something fishy. new questions raised about the rescue of those two women who claim they were lost at sea for five months. officials now revealing they had an emergency beacon on their sailboat the entire time.
so, why didn't they activate it? those stories, plus, selena gomez gets candid about the health battle she waged in secret. >> i needed to get my mind right, be healthy. >> more of our exclusive interview. a first look at the iphone 10 before it hits stores. and costume foolery. it's time for our annual halloween reveal. and this one will have you seeing stars you'll never be able to unsee. today, tuesday, october 31st, 2017. ♪ >> from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, everybody. welcome to "today." so nice to have you with us on a halloween morning. i want to take one good look at you as you used to be before the transformation. >> i've been preparing for this
moment my whole life. and i'm ready. >> that's what i'm afraid of. >> we have a fun morning planned. we'll get to that later on. first, let's go to our top story. the fallout from the indictments of the special investigation of the trump campaign's alleged ties to russia. >> the white house is trying to brush aside the criminal charges against paul manafort and his one-time top aide, rick gates. but it's a plea deal with another campaign adviser who pled guilty and is cooperating with the fbi that could be the bigger concern for the white house. we have two reports for you now. and we're going to talk to corey lewandowski. let's begin with nbc national correspondent, peter alexander, at the white house. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you. it's the campaign adviser's plea deal that provides the clearest evidence yet between the campaign and russian officials. moments ago, the kremlin is calling the charges against former campaign chairman, paul manafort, a u.s. internal issue,
denying russia meddled in the 2016 election. this morning, the white house pushing back. reacting to the first criminal charges in robert mueller's russia investigation. the president's chief of staff on fox news. >> all of the activities as i understand it, they were excited for, was long before they ever met donald trump or had any association with the campaign. >> reporter: press secretary sarah sanders also downplaying the news. >> today's announcement has nothing to do with the president, nothing to do with the president's campaign or campaign activity. >> reporter: but documents show that george papadopoulos pleaded guilty earlier this month about lying to the fbi about his characters with kremlin-se kremlin-corrected russians. he said he was told by the russians they had dirt on hillary clinton, including e-mails.
that was 2013, before it was known that they hacked the democrats. a month earlier, papadopoulos with candidate trump. >> george papadopoulos, he's an oil and energy consultant. excellent guy. >> reporter: the 30-year-old was arrested three months ago and has since been cooperating with mueller's investigators. court documents refer to unnamed campaign officials who were unaware that papadopoulos was trying to set up a meeting between donald trump and putin during the campaign. one of the unnamed officials was former campaign chairman, paul manafort. both manafort and his deputy, rick gates, pleading not guilty to felony charges during a short court appearance. they are accused of hiding fees and failing to pay taxes, failing to register as lobbyists and lying to the fbi.
indictments say they pocketed money in offshore accounts. manafort's lawyer calling the charges ridiculous. >> i think you all saw today that president donald trump was correct. there is no evidence that mr. manafort or the trump campaign colluded with the russian government. >> reporter: prosecutors say manafort's money helped cover the cost of four homes manhattan to suburban washington, d.c. as well as other lavish purchases. $250,000 on luxury cars. $1.4 million on clothes. and nearly $8 million in home improvements. the judge set bail for both men, ordering them to home detention. following reports that president trump was fuming as he watched news of the indictments on tv monday, the president's lawyer tells nbc news, president trump spoke to his attorney several
times to ask questions about the process. but in his words, never showed any angst or anger, adding that he wanted the country to understand the president remains committed to cooperating with the special counsel, robert mueller. matt and savannah? >> peter, thank you. ari melber is with us now. ari, good morning. a bit of a rollercoaster. they were breathing a sigh of relief when the manafort and gates indictments come down. and it doesn't touch on the time when they were involved with the trump campaign. but now, we have a former trump adviser who pleads guilty to meeting with russians. trying to arrange a meeting with russians and the trump campaign. and the russians say they have dirt on hillary clinton. how does it shake down? >> how it shakes down is you have someone pleading guilty to russia-related issues from the campaign. so, there's no dispute to this part. he lied to the fbi about it. now, he admits that. that is a huge break in the russia investigation, even if we don't know how high other problems go.
>> this isn't the end. this is only the beginning. what's the prosecutal strategy here? you have manafort and gates? you got them indicted. you let them marinate for a little bit, allowing them to contemplate the consequences they face. all the while knowing this other guy, papadopoulos, is cooperating with the investigation. and you come back to him at a later date and dangle that cooperation again? >> you're putting your finger on the strategy and what's so fascinating about this news. the only reason any of us know this is because bob mueller wants us to know this. this is part of his strategy, to unfurl, not only this financial set of crimes that may not have much to do with 20 16, and something that has direct evidence linking back to the russian effort to get to the trump campaign. bob mueller got what he can get from his corroborating witness. and wants other people to say, look how far ahead we are. you want to be on the cooperating side.
>> thank you very much. corey lewandowski was campaign manager before paul manafort and is an adviser to the super pac. >> good morning. happy halloween. >> how well do you know george papadopoulos? >> george was a low-level volunteer who might have attended the one meeting that took place of the foreign advisory team. but he was not a person involved with the day-to-day operations of the campaign, or a person i recall interacting with on a regular basis at all. >> were you aware or was anyone at the white house aware, that he had been arrested as part of the investigation back in july? have you had any interaction? or has anyone in the inner circle has any interaction since july? >> i can't speak for the people in the white house and what they may or may not be aware of. i can say, unequivocally on behalf of myself, i've had no
interaction with george from the time he was arrested or since i left the campaign, as i can recall, in june 2013. i was not aware of his arrest other than what was reported yesterday. >> knowing he was arrested and is cooperating with the special counsel, if he was in contact with anyone in the inner circle through phone calls or e-mails or visits to the white house, do you imagine there's people in the white house this morning waking up with dry mouths? >> well, look. i can say this. i know a number of the people in the white house. i had the privilege of working with them on the campaign. and george was never a person who was part of a team that was interacting with senior management on a regular basis. if george did lie to the fbi and he's been arrested for the lies, he should be accountable for that, which anybody should be. i don't think there's any concern in the white house about any potential contact he may or may not have had. >> let's see if we can clear up a few things from the indictment, which i'm sure you read.
are you the high-ranking campaign official that received e-mails from george papadopoulos during this april-june time period of the campaign? >> that's a great question. i don't know the answer to it. as you know, as the campaign manager, i was receiving thousands of e-mails a day. i don't know if that was specifically referring to me or was that paul manafort? or was that rick gates or somebody else? >> you don't recognize the e-mails? come of t some of the e-mails have quotes. the campaign official, which may or may not be you, forwarded an issue and said you're running point on this. did you send an e-mail like that? >> i don't recall that specific e-mail. but you're asking me to remember an e-mail from april of 2016 on any given day would have received 1,000 e-mails. and this would have potentially come from a low-level volunteer. i don't remember the exact e-mail. i'm not sure if i'm that person or not.
i can't speak to who is named in that incident. >> at any time, corey, did george papadopoulos tell you verbally or in an e-mail, that russian officials told him they had dirt on hillary clinton or thousands of her e-mails? do you remember receiving that message from george papadopoulos? >> i don't remember that. and the reason would be is because george was such a low-level volunteer, i don't recall having much interaction with him throughout the campaign. he would have potentially been talking to somebody else. as the campaign manager, when we were in a primary fight with ted cruz and john cakasich, i was n involved with a low-level volunteer. >> were you aware that the russians had hacked the dnc computers and e-mails before the news broke? did you get that information before april of that year? >> to the best of my knowledge,
absolutely not. when i found out about that, i found out about it through public press reports. >> has the fbi asked to interview you? have you been interviewed by the fbi? >> let me be very clear. i will be happy to cooperate with any ongoing investigation. i have not spoken to anybody from the fbi. but i'll be as clear as i can be. i will cooperate with any investigation. i'm 100% certain that all of my intersection interactions with at the campaign were above board and legal. i'll be happy to do that. >> corey lewandowski, thank you very much. another storyline connected to russian interference and the election, involves misinformation on sites like facebook, twitter and google. all three are testifying in hearings on capitol hill. jo ling kent is there. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. ahead of today's hearings, we have new details on how widespread this problem may have
been. 126 million americans may have been exposed to russian-backed content on facebook, in the lead-up to the 2016 presidential election. and there is much more. this morning, new bombshells from facebook and twitter on russia's attempt to influence american voters in the lead-up to the 2016 election. facebook revealing to nbc news, that 80,000 posts from russian-backed facebook accounts, potentially reached one-third of all americans, between 2015 and 2017. according to prepared testimony obtained by nbc news, the world social network will tell congress today, approximately 126 million people may have been served one of their stories at some point during the two-year period. those posts came from 120 fake russia-backed pages. at first, only reached 29 million useusers. but through likes, shares and follows, they reached 126
million americans. that's half of all eligible voters. facebook said we tried to shut the accounts down. the platform was separate from 3,000 targeted ads. this comes a year after mark zuckerberg initially brushed off facebook's role in the election, a position he recently walked back. >> i don't want anyone to use our tools to undermine democracy. that's not what we stand for. >> reporter: also new today, twi twitter says it found nearly 30,000 accounts that were linked to russian entities between november 2016. they were seen 288 million times. twitter said the impact was limited, added russian-linked accounts constituted less than three-quarters of the tweets on twitter at the time.
congressional investigators are expecting more answers from twitter, facebook and google, in a series of hearings starting today on capitol hill. >> i want to make sure that our 2018 and 2020 elections are secure. this threat is going to continue. an they have the ability to top interference in our elections. >> reporter: another big question is if there's links between the russian activity on twitter, google and facebook and the trump campaign in the lead-up to the election. and one senator is telling, he will be revisiting that question today and tomorrow. guys? >> jo, thank you very much. a surprise move at the sentencing hearing of army sergeant bowe bergdahl. he made a tearful apology for abandoning his post in afghanistan in 2009. kerry sanders is at ft. bragg with more on this. >> reporter: bowe bergdahl could face life in prison.
in a surprise, bergdahl here, took the stand, and offered a dramatic apology for what he had done during war. high emotion in court from army sergeant bowe bergdahl. bergdahl surprised observers from taking the stand and tearfully apologized for those who were wounded searching for him, after deserting his post in afghanistan in 2009. it was never my intention for anyone to be hurt,bu bergdahl said, reading from a statement and choking back tears. one of those soldiers, master sergeant, mark allen, was shot in the head searching for bergdahl. his wife testifying, tearfully describing the dramatic brain injury that paralyzed her husband, leaving him unable to speak or hold their 9-year-old daughter. he's not able to reach out to her or talk to her. bergdahl was released in 2014,
after being held by the taliban for five years in a controversial prisoner exchange, under the obama administration. in graphic testimony monday, bergdahl described how during his captivity, he was kept in a cage for four of the five years. bergdahl saying he was repe repeatedly pebeaten. concluding, i think about what i did every day. but on social media, little sympathy. he is a coward that ruined the lives of brave men and their families, said one. another one writing, he's only sorry he might go to jail for life, which is what he deserves. sentiments echoed by then-campaign trump on the campaign trail. >> a dirty, rotten traitor. >> reporter: bergdahl asked to dismiss the case after the comments by president trump. but he said he would consider the president's comments as a mitigating factor for ten tensing. bergdahl was on the stand for two hours.
since he gave his apology before first being sworn in, prosecutors will not be able to question him. >> thank you. mr. roker, let's say some of the group, somebody here, might be wearing something a little more revealing than others on halloween. is it going to -- >> we know it's not me. >> it's not me. is it going to be cold out there? >> it will be very brisk. it will be one of those trick or treats where, remember when you were a kid and mom made you put the coat on over the costume? never a good time. all in all, not too shabby. below-average temperatures, up in the upper mississippi river valley. the western plains. heavy rain developing through texas and parts of arkansas and oklahoma. beautiful weather out west. beautiful weather out west. we'll get to your ♪ that one. this. that one. ♪
♪ good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a lot of sunshine, clear skies. breezy. the westerly winds to 15 miles per hour keeping philadelphia in the 50s. up to 55 for the suburbs. new jersey, 58 degrees. the same winds up to 15 miles per hour out of the west. stronger this afternoon. you'll see them at the shore, too, near 60 later today. middle 50s for the lehigh valley. plenty of sunshine. up to 57 with sunny skies for delaware. th have a great halloween. >> and that's your latest weather, matt. >> al, thank you very much. coming up, the questions being raised about the rescue rf those two women who say they were lost at sea on a disabled
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nice and clear at the shore. >> clear skies. let's see if it's clear sailing on your ride to work. first alert traffic reporter, jessica boyington, has that. >> on the eastbound side of the schuylkill expressway, a crash involving a few vehicles. again, the eastbound side. approaching south street now. cameras at 30th are slow. watching for a crash and the king and lymerick. back to you. this man who worked as a children's birthday party performer is facing rape charges. the d.a. says michael cripps sexually abused five children. he told reporters he's not guilty. we all struggle with stress, but it's more likely to take a physical toll on women. tomorrow, expert advice at house reduce the stress in your life before it becomes a real health problem. we'll have another update in 25 minutes.
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♪ we're back, now, at 7:30. that is a great crowd out on our plaza. all gussied up for the halloween morning. it's tuesday, october 31st, 2017. we're going to get out there in just a moment. and we, too, will be unrecognizable. >> that's what i love. i love when people come in costume. it makes it more fun and gives us bravery to go out there. having second thoughts. going to get to the big reveal in a little while. let's begin with today's headlines. we're starting with the first charges in the russia probe. the white house brushes aside the charges brought against paul manafort and rick gates. >> all of the activities they were indicted for was long
before they met donald trump or had association with the campaign. >> but a plea deal with another campaign worker that did have contact with the russians, can be a concern to the trump campaign. >> they were offering him dirt on hillary clinton, including e-mails as far back as april 2016. captured. u.s. commandos n s nab a key sut linked to the benghazi attack that killed four americans, including ambassador christopher steven. out of the woods. tiger woods announces plans to return to competitive golf, nearly a year after injuring his back. and march of the penguins. a university in ohio sets a world record when more than 900 people dress in penguin costumes. today, halloween, october 31st, 2017. >> that's what we were going to do for halloween. oh, no. >> have to rethink things.
>> change of plans. also this morning, new doubts being raised about the remarkable women of two women from hawaii, who say they were stranded on a sailboat for about five months. louisa khavanov has the details on this. >> reporter: happy halloween morning. we got new details about some parts of that story that don't add up. raising questions about whether that incredible tale of survival is credible. the women, this morning, standing by their account. this morning, new questions about that harrowing survival at sea. jennifer apple, tasha fuiava, and their boys, valentine and zeus, drifting five months in the pacific. >> had they not located us, we would have been dead in 24 hours. >> reporter: now, the u.s. coast guard said the women never activated their emergency beacon. in a statement overnight, appel
admits they did not activate the beacon. they felt that the beacon should only be activated if we were in imminent danger. looking back, we should have activated it sooner. the women set sail from honolulu, heading for tahiti. but said a storm on may 30th, swamped their engine and broke their mast. the coast guard says it made contact with "the sea nymph" in june. they said they were not in distress and planned to make land the next morning. and appel said, we never got near tahiti. and for the devastating storms at the start of the voyage -- >> we had winds between 50 and 75 miles per hour. and waves up to 35 feet. >> reporter: the national weather service in honolulu, now saying there were no storm systems in or around hawaii at
that time. guys, the women said they had six forms of communication onboard. that includes satellite phones, radios. all of them went dead. in her statement to nbc news, jennifer appel said once the boat is recovered, anyone can check the details of her story. and that none of the communications worked. >> lucy, thank you very much. people are dying to know what the weather will be like on halloween. >> let's get to the spooky goingigoing i s on tonight. death valley, california, 63. skull creek, nebraska. blood town, georgia, 56. and sleepy hollow new york, clear and chilly. good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. clear skies. we'll see a lot of sunshine
today. it's going to be a breezy one. those westerly winds to 15 miles per hour, going to keep philadelphia in the 50s this afternoon. up to 55 degrees for the suburbs. new jersey, 58 degrees. the same winds up to 15 miles per hour out of the west. little stronger this afternoon. you'll feel them at the shore, too. near 60 later today. middle 50s for the lehigh valley. plenty of sunshine. up to 57 with sunny skies for delaware. >> get your halloween forecast tonight, from our friends at the weather channel. >> thanks. now, to our exclusive and emotional interview, selena gomez, and her best friend and kidney donor, fans ya raisa. this morning, she hoopens up to what led to her battle with lup lupus. >> i would get headaches and fatigue. and i kept going. i ignored it.
it was not something that i wanted to accept. ♪ >> reporter: for years, selena gomez rarely stopped. the pop star making new music, appearing on red carpets, appearing in commercials and movies. >> i didn't accept it. that's extremely selfish. at the same time, really, really just unnecessary. you know? not really proud of that. >> reporter: it sounds like you're being hard on yourself. to me, it seems like, weren't you just a young woman who wanted to just not have to be sick? >> sure. yeah. that would be easier if i had just accepted that. but i am the hardest person on myself, for sure. >> reporter: selena took a break to deal with anxiety, panic attacks and delegislation. her close friend was worried. >> i went away to a facility. i took some time off. i needed to get my mind right, be healthy. i removed myself from everyone
in my life. >> six months without speaking. >> yeah. just the fact that you have people in your life that can understand where you're are, not judge you for it. >> it was a huge lesson of friendship and trust. it's easy to feel offended or want to be there. they need to go through their own thing. >> i had everything. and i was absolutely broken inside. and i kept it all together enough to where i would never let you down. but i kept it too much together to where i let myself down. >> reporter: you feel like you got caught up in the business or fame or that kind of stuff? >> i definitely don't. i don't think i accepted the position i had. it was me almost feeling guilty about fame because people can see anyone in my pgs aosition a say they have it all. they have everything. they get to live a cool life. >> privately, it's a different feeling.
>> yes. you're isolated. you're being looked at. you're being judged. i'm always trying to be nice. i want to be great. that's genuinely who i am, deep down. but it just seemed pointless. >> the anxiety and the panic and some of the parts of that. that's part of lupus, isn't it? >> it is. everything affects your body, too. i think that's a huge part of why i was feeling that way. i had a lot of fatigue. i wouldn't want to leave the bed a lot. >> reporter: today, selena is feeling better than she has in years, all thanks to francia's healthy kidney. francia, it takes a lot of courage to do what you did. >> yeah. >> reporter: a lot. where did that come from? >> the only answer i have is god. honestly. if i didn't have any relationship with god, i don't think i would be able to. >> i believe that it does happen for a reason. i think a huge part of my discernment and my honesty and my truth is because i had a relationship with god.
>> reporter: both chose to share their health journey because they hope others will consider organ donation. their story has already raised awareness about lupus. >> lupus has been a misunderstood disorder. very few people knew what it was. all that has changed. and it's no exaggeration to say the reason awareness is so much better now than it was is because selena has been brave enough to tell her story. >> reporter: francia and selena say they have no regrets. >> i don't want people to think it's a sad thing i went through this with francia or with anything in my life. at the end of the day, i think all of the stuff i went through made me and defined everything that i am right now. i think it's a really beautiful thing. and i have to remind myself that. it's not a negative experience. >> so interesting to hear her so introspective. she's very candid. you saw the speech of the awards show.
she wants to be open and up front about what she went through and what she learned. how she talks about she failed herself. >> to hear her talk about her faith and all those things. >> and to come at the realization at such a young age is going to help her going forward. >> both selena and francia were young stars. they're back to work now. they're as busy as ever. selena is going to be at the american music awards next month. and francia's new show is called "grownish" and premier in january. can't wait for i phone 10 to hit scores? we have one here in studio 1a. and our
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let's go! ♪ mom! slow down! for the ones who keep pushing. always unstoppable. welcome back. halloween. we're excited about carson's special guest in the orange room. and maybe more about what she's talking about, guys. >> thanks, guys. katie linendoll here. you look amazing. >> i'm offering five gigs for free. one-time offer. >> don't say that too loud here. we have apple's tenth anniversa anniversary. the new phone. everybody is excited about it. let's get to the notable features of the iphone x. this is an all-glass display.
the glass on front and back is going to allow for wireless charging. no home button. it may be a little to get used to. and you can open it up with facial recognition technology. the lock screen goes from lock to unlock. and i swipe up. even with a costume, yes. one in a million chance that somebody could hack into your phone. pretty incredible and pretty secure. >> very cool. lit's expensive. $1995. is it worth the money? >> if i had to pick one feature that's a standout, over 1 trillion photos every year. if you're like myself and you love your pictures, your selfie cam and your rear-facing cam are the best with the iphone x. worth that upgrade alone. >> so many people are excited
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just a few minutes before 8:00 on this halloween morning. i'm tracy davidson. let's good night right to meteorologist bill henley and the most accurate neighborhood weather forecast. bill? >> it's going to be a sunny halloween, but cool with winds out of the west. little breezy this afternoon. that will keep the temperatures in the middle 50s for the suburbs. upper 50s for philadelphia and new jersey. close to 60 degrees at the shore. once the sun is out, the temperatures will cool down quickly. we're looking at 40s in the city. by 9:00 this evening. in the suburbs and the lehigh valley, clear skies and light winds, 40s by 7:00. low 40s by 9:00 this evening. clear in delaware. you'll see a similar cooldown, middle 40s by 9:00 evening. that goes for new jersey, as well. just a little bit warmer, but nice and clear at the shore. if you're getting ready to head out, we'll check the roads with first alert traffic reporter, jessica boyington. >> checking the southbound side
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, pushing back. the white house now downplaying the first criminal charges in robert mueller's russia investigation. >> all of the activities as i understand it they were indictmeindicted for was long before they met donald trump. >> is this just the beginning? we're live at the white house. making his own path. michael jackson's son, prince, opens up to natalie in a rare interview, about growing up in the spotlight, and how he is different from his pop star father. >> i can't dance. it's very sad. i didn't get that gene. and it's almost time. we're minutes away from our huge halloween reveal. from batman and robin.
>> are you getting a bat wedgy like i am? >> i have a bat wedgy, like you wouldn't believe, batman. >> to a galaxy far, far away. we have had incredible costumes over the year. how do we plan to make this one the best one yet? you're about to find out, tuesday, october 31st, 2017. >> i have a question for eva. how much do you love halloween? >> a latte. >> what are you dressed up as? >> a couple from idaho. >> we have three sisters from indianapolis. >> happy halloween. ♪ >> you have someone you want to say good morning to? >> happy halloween to our grandkids. >> i have trey from maryland. >> happy halloween. >> happy halloween to our friends and family in indiana. >> happy halloween to our
friends from the plaza. >> nice to have you with us. not just any tuesday. halloween tuesday. >> waiting patiently for this day. >> we're going to have the big costume reveal, coming up in a little while. we'll get to that in a moment. we begin this half hour with your news at 8:00. and the trump administration trying to distance itself from the first defendants indicted in the russia investigation. we have new details of what led to these charges. kristen welker joins us with the latest. kristen, good morning. >> reporter: savannah, good morning to you. chief of staff john kelly said the criminal charges handed down by robert mueller are unrelated to the white house and the trump campaign. but court documents show george papadopoulos, a campaign policy adviser, pleaded guilty this month to lying to the fbi about his ties with russians who have dies to the government. papadopoulos was told by the
russians in april 2016, they had dirt on hillary clinton, including thousands of e-mails. documents show papadopoulos e-mailed a number of trump campaign aides about potential meetings with russians. one of those aides, former trump campaign chairman, paul manafort, according to law enforcement sources. the meetin inin inings never ha. savannah? >> kristen welker at the white house, thank you. in the meantime, a federal court has blocked the trump administration from banning transgender people from military service. back in august, the president signed a memorandum that required the u.s. military to discharge transgender service members by no later than march of 2018. on monday, a federal judge said that ban was likely unconstitutional. saying that transgender service members who sued over the policy
were likely to win their lawsuit. the judge said there was no evidence why a ban should be implemented. news out of hollywood now. an arrest warrant, for rose mcgowan, for felony possession of a controlled substance. they say she left behind personal belongings that cont n contained narcotics in january. mcgowan who has been an outspoken voice against sexual harassment in hollywood, claims this want was part of a conspiracy to silence her. we go to a little pick-me-up on halloween morning. >> leave it to the shriners hospital in salt lake city, to make halloween special for everybody. this year, the hospital expanded its wheel share costume program. for 5-year-old penny peterson, that means trick or treating in a candy cart. a "star wars" fan gets to cruise around in a millennium falcon. how about that? and how about an astronaut on
the space shuttle. these are awesome costumes. there's even, you guys, a taco truck. thanks to the unique wheel share costume, others will want to hang out with her daughter. >> people have a big heart and a lot of creativity. nice one. al is here with your halloween forecast. >> all right. let's see what we've got before the trick o-or-treaters head ou. we have wet weather down through texas and into parts of arkansas. beautiful weather out west. 59 in seattle. 65 in san francisco. a flood watch up for parts of lake ontario and lake erie. lots of nine good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clear skies. we'll see a lot of sunshine today. it's going to be a breezy one.
those westerly winds at 15 miles an hour keep philadelphia in the 50s this afternoon. up to 55 degrees for the suburbs. new jersey 58 degrees, the same winds up to 15 miles an hour out of the west. a little stronger this afternoon. you'll feel them at the shore near 60 degrees later today. middle 50s for lehigh valley, plenty of sunshine up to 57 with sunny skies for delaware. have a great halloween. >> that's the latest weather. >> thanks. we have tried just about everything. but what will we be for halloween this year? halloween this year? come on. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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halloween costume. there's easy costumes ideas for us who have procrastinated. i'm going to show you a picture and you tell me if you can guess the costume. here's the first one. take a peek. >> the iron chef. >> y'all are good. all right. >> number two. >> okay. >> shadow. that's it. just a shadow. you go with your girlfriend. >> you have to go everywhere together? >> that's interesting when you go to the bathroom. >> number three. >> wonder bread. >> gold medalist. >> gold medal flour. >> breadwinner. simple, right? next one. >> um -- >> blanket. >> hipsters. >> gray something.
>> 50 shades of gray. look how simple this is. you can do that -- >> chip on my shoulder. >> chip on my shoulder. savannah. >> and our final one. who gets this one? >> wine. bread. >> we have to use one. >> miami -- >> mum's the word. >> french kiss. >> yes. >> oh. >> somebody told me in my ear. >> by the way. >> -- there's one in every group. >> another easy one. you have to -- all you need is a wig. a brown fro. pain pallet, bob ross. you get the wig, you'll be good. >> those of us that are a certain age that knows bob ross. >> you go, happy little trees. let's get to our "pop start"
today. prince jackson and his siblings got into the spirit for costume for a cause. he sat down with natalie at his home in encino, california, to talk about that and how he is following in his father's footsteps. >> reporter: he's the oldest of michael jackson's three children. in 1997, michael prince joseph jackson jr. was born into pop's royal family, starting what would be a fascination of the children of the most famous entertainer of the world. are you musical at all? >> not at all. i'm -- >> reporter: you can't moonwalk? >> i can't dance. it's very sad. i didn't get that gene. >> reporter: who has the gene in the family? >> my sister can sing really well. my brother doesn't like to dance. just my sister got it, actually. ♪ it's crazy >> reporter: prince, his 19-year-old sister, paris, and 15-year-old brother, blanket,
who changed his name to bee gee, grew up under the protective eye of michael jackson. going through lengths to shield them from the public. this past weekend, the siblings were in the spotlight for the costume for a cause event, to pen fit heal l.a., to help foster kids who have aged out of the system. you're about to be 21. but you're already setting on your own path to making sure that you're helping heal the world. >> yes. >> reporter: where does that come from? >> i think it's the way my dad raised me and my siblings. it's bred into us to give back to the community. >> what do you get out of the work that you're doing? >> my dad always taught me to lead by example. i hope that i can set a good example that you can have fun by helping other people and you can make a change, just by doing that. encouraging other people to do
the same. >> you said this was blanket. but he goes by beegee? >> he has mazes built all around the house. he goes through everything to make sure everything is in its place. if there's a little piece of blood somewhere and he doesn't want it there, it gets moved. >> there's clowns everywhere. >> reporter: being the oldest, i think you have a lot of responsibility on your shoulders, right? have you felt that? >> sometimes i go. but me and my siblings, we get along so well. my sister has grown so much. and i don't see myself as like her older brother. we're equal partners when it comes down to it. and beegee is mature for his age. >> wh >> reporter: what are your memories of watching music videos of your dad and watching his work. >> he didn't like us watching his work. we didn't know who he was as the king of pop until we were significantly older.
>> reporter: how did you find out? >> when we saw a video of his concert and him performing. and girls were passing out. and dudes were passing out. and it was crazy. why are they doing this? i see him every day, you know? >> reporter: what do you think your dad would say, looking down on you, doing this as a family? >> i think he would be proud of the work we're doing and giving back to the community. >> something he would have wanted you to do. >> yeah. >> reporter: for"today," matly morales. >> check that out on "access hollywood." it's time for "the daly click." and this is a huge one. >> "today halloween" is sponsored by snickers. snickers is halloween satisfaction. >> a special huge "daly click." it is this year's big halloween reveal. here we go.
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our first artist opened for me at a little show in louisville, back in 1990. and just two years later, skyrocketed to number one on the billboard charts. he and his mullet, held that spot for 17 weeks straight. achy breaking our hearts in the process. ♪ ♪ if you tell my heart my achy breaky heart ♪ >> come on, y'all. ♪ don't tell my heart my achy breaky heart ♪ ♪ i don't think it would understand ♪ ♪ and if you take my heart my achy breaky heart ♪ ♪ he might go up and kill this man ♪ >> billy ray.
>> oh, my gosh. so much energy on that stage, it's just like there were two of him. our next artist is the face of outlaw country. and at the age of 84, with a whopping 72 studio albums, he's been "on the road again," and again and again. driving straight on over to our legends stage. ♪ ♪ on the road again just can't wait to get on the road again ♪ ♪ my love is making music with my friends ♪ ♪ and i can't wait to get on the road again ♪ ♪ on the road again going places that i've never been ♪ ♪ seeing things that i may never see again ♪ ♪ i can't wait to get on the road again ♪ ♪ on the road again like we go down the highway ♪
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>> oh. all right. now, where was i? talk about a success story, this o oakie began playing in bars at 16 years old. bumping out 33 singles and 21 hits. now, he is helping other aspiring singers reach their potential, as a coach on nbc's "the voice." and it's no surprise, america has fallen for team blake. ♪ ♪ i'll be your strong and steady you be my glass of wine ♪ ♪ i'll be your shot of whiskey you be my sunny day ♪ ♪ i'll be your shade degretree you be my honey suckle ♪ ♪ i'll be your honey bee >> what would the coach of "the voice" would say if they saw us
right now? >> there's only one way to find out. ask a coach. >> oh, it's miley. >> i love you, miley. >> come on. >> we're the backup dancers. ready? >> miley does it, okay? you have to wait for team miley. hi. here we go. ♪ with my hands up playing my song ♪ ♪ i'm nodding my head like, yeah ♪ ♪ i'm moving my hands like yeah ♪ ♪ my hands up, playing my song ♪ i know i'm going to be okay hey, hey ♪ ♪ it's a party in the usa >> great job, miley. >> i'm team blake and team miley. this soulful southern gentleman has captivated the hearts for seven decaddecades.
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needs no conversation ♪ ♪ we write it together making love with each other ♪ ♪ islands in the stream that is what we are ♪ ♪ no one in between how can we be wrong ♪ ♪ sail away with me to another world ♪ ♪ and we rely on each other uh-huh ♪ ♪ from one lover to another uh-huh ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> wow. >> i think i speak for all of us when i say, hello, dolly. >> all right. >> somehow, they convinced me to dress as a woman one more time. >> real hard. >> just one more time. believe me, this is not the big surprise of the morning. >> nope. >> blake shelton is not just here because he's part of hoda's dream sequence. no.
>> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning, i'm vai sikahema. just about 8:30 this morning. let's get right to meteorologist bill henley, the most accurate forecast. bill henley right now? okay, bill. >> it's going to be a sunny halloween but cool with winds out of the west. a little bit breezy this afternoon. that will keep temperatures in the middle 50s for the suburbs. upper 50s for philadelphia and new jersey. close to 60 degrees at the shore. once the sun is down, temperatures will cool down quickly. we're looking at 40s in the city by 9:00 this evening. but in the suburbs and in the lehigh valley with clear skies and light winds, 40s by 7:00, low 40s by 9:00 this evening. nice and clear in delaware. similar cooldown middle 40s by 9:00 this evening.
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♪ ♪ we got something going on we're back, now, 8:30. halloween, 2017. we kicked it off country style for our halloween celebration. this seemed like a good idea when we talked about it in a meeting a while ago. and the fun is just getting started. blake shelton, the real one, is going to perform live on the plaza, in just a moment. >> i love it. >> yae or nae? >> i don't know what it is about you. can we point something out? >> you had no idea. >> 5:00 a.m. rehearsing. we went through the whole thing.
and billy ray, thank you so much for being here. >> a surprise. >> i said, i'm going to be here. >> that was a nice surprise. >> i'm happy to see my daddy. i miss you, daddy. >> blake shelton and billy ray cyrus on the same stage? >> pretty cool. >> that's cool. >> hoda has a moment, don't you? >> i do. blake, you want to come with me for a crowd moment? we're going to meet somebody in the crowd. >> charlie is going, too. >> charlie's coming, too. we have a young lady. it's her birthday. and it's halloween. so, they are our pick on the plaza. you look terrific. what are you names? >> thank you. mary ann. >> pete. >> what do you think of their costumes? >> they look beautiful. you look incredible. >> happy birthday to y'all. thank you for coming to see us. >> you're his idol.
>> happy birthday, rochelle, 70th. thank you, blake. >> we should also mention, megyn, this is your first halloween on "today." how does this feel? >> every shred of my dignity is gone. i feel like i'm home. >> welcome to the club. >> how do we think she did as shania twain? pretty good? i wonder what the real shania thinks. look a little faster because here she is. >> oh. ♪ >> that's crazy. that is crazy. >> what a nice surprise. >> oh, my gosh. >> i would have practiced more if i knew you would be here.
>> look at the baby. >> scale of one to ten, how did she do? >> look at you. >> one to ten? >> all she is thinking is ten. looking at you. >> oh. >> i have to do the rounds. this is really so fun. i spent all morning watching your videos all morning. and i still screwed it up. >> you were perfect. this is amazing. >> can i tell you -- first time i've ever had a corset on, i highly recommend it. the corset gives what three children take away. >> she's going to be a guest on your hour. you two are heading off to do your show. >> i'm just now learning this. >> well, i'll give you the notes and questions and stuff like that. >> this is a great tease. i was going to begin our show with -- there's breaking news out of the middle east. >> not today. >> ladies and gentlemen, shania twain. [ applause ] go have fun.
watch them together on "megyn kelly today." >> that was awesome. >> bye, shania. >> it takes a massive team to pull this whole thing off. >> none of us knew about this. >> thanking billy ray cyrus and how about reba mcentire, helping us out today, too. >> we have to give thanks to our incredible wardrobe, hair and makeup team. our design team who created the beautiful sets. >> and we want to mention the pmt dance studio and our producers. >> all right, willie, time to get on to the weather. >> all righty. i didn't know who you were talking to. >> "today's weather" >> as we take a quick look, show you what's happening weather wise. plenty of sunshine. tonight clear skies, 50 degrees.
look for pumpkin center, florida. 69 and fair. look for clouds as we get out into the pacific northwest. death valley, california, 69 degrees. that's what going on around the country, here is what's happening in your neck of the woods. good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. clear skies, a lot of sunshine today. it's going to be a breezy one. those westerly winds 15 miles an hour going to keep philadelphia in the 50s this afternoon. up to 55 for the suburbs. new jersey 58 degrees, the same winds up to 15 miles an hour out of the west. they will be a little stronger this afternoon. you'll feel them at the shore near 60 degrees later today. middle 50s for the lehigh valley. plenty of sunshine, up to 57 with sunny skies for delaware. have a great halloween. the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> i could go on and on about how country superstar blake
shelton is a five-time male vocalist of the year. and the reigning people's choice awards favorite for country artist. and today, blake is here to celebrate his 11th album called "texoma shore," with his single, "i'll name the dogs," here he is, blake shelton. ♪ ♪ ooh, ooh ooh, ooh ♪ ♪ girl, it's high time i tell ya ♪ ♪ no more messing around time to lay these ♪ ♪ cards on the table and just throw it on out ♪ ♪ i'm talking you and me with the same street name ♪ ♪ same last name same everything ♪ ♪ it's a real thing a how i feel thing ♪ ♪ i'm going to take a swing
♪ you find the spot and i'll find the money ♪ ♪ you be the pretty and i'll be the funny ♪ ♪ you plant the flowers i'll plant kisses ♪ ♪ baby, let's get right down to business ♪ ♪ i hang the pictures you hang the stars ♪ ♪ you pick the paint i'll pick a fwit star ♪ ♪ sing you a song with the crickets and the frogs ♪ ♪ you name the babies and i'll name the dogs ♪ ♪ you can park your car in the driveway ♪ ♪ i'll park my truck in the grass ♪ ♪ i'll put a little swing on the front porch ♪ ♪ if you put a little tea in my glass ♪ ♪ watch the sunset from the a gravel road ♪ ♪ kiss me in the kitchen on your tippy toes ♪ ♪ still loving on you when the rooster crows ♪ ♪ watching way more than the garden grow ♪ ♪ you find the spot and i'll find the money ♪ ♪ you be the pretty and i'll be
the funny ♪ ♪ you plant the flowers i'll plant the kisses ♪ ♪ baby, let's get right down to business ♪ ♪ i'll ang the pictures you hang the stars ♪ ♪ you pick the paint i'll pick a guitar ♪ ♪ sing you a song out there with the crickets and the frogs ♪ ♪ you name the babies and i'll name the dogs ♪ ♪ yeah, laying next to you every night ♪ ♪ sounds like a damn good life ♪ you find the spot and i'll find the money ♪ ♪ you be the pretty and i'll be the funny ♪ ♪ you plant the flowers i'll plant the kisses ♪ ♪ baby, let's get right down to business ♪ ♪ i'll hang the pictures frau hang the stars ♪ ♪ you pick the paint i'll pick a get star ♪ ♪ sing you a song out there with the crickets and the frogs ♪ ♪ you name the babies and i'll name the dogs ♪ ♪ yeah, i'll name the dogs
nice to meet you sir. nice to meet you. how's it going man? the yankees? come on. [ laughing ] look at the smiles and the hard work that the people here are doing. it's like making mini sandwiches. they're no different than anyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. this is a nice place. yeah. he plays basketball with lauren. steve called, fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome.
lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. deep down in his heart he feels for people who are disadvantaged. lauren's a light in everybody eye. she's the spark that has started the fire. the goal is to keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah. welcome back to our citi concert stage, where blake shelton, times two, is performing. >> i love having my twin here. this is one of my favorite days ever. as we mentioned, guys, blake has a new album. it's called "texoma shore." it drops on friday.
texoma is a place near and dear place to your heart. >> i was born and raised in the northern end of texoma. like texoma is the border between oklahoma and texas, at one point there. and so, that's where i grew up, going to the lake and hanging out. >> you bring up new music. that means you're going to get in the bus and go on tour. you looking forward to that? >> yes, i am. it's a nice break from being stuck in l.a. for "the voice," hanging out with adam for months at a time. gets me away. that's nice to get away from him. >> how is it looking at matt lauer talking to you dressed that way. >> i want to put that microphone between his boobs. there you go. >> how is it going on "the voice"? >> i think it's going fine. >> carson is nice. >> we finished up the blinds for
season 14, which is unbelievable. what we're in the middle of now, with miley and jennifer and adam. it's so much fun. >> it's amazing. >> do you get paid to do this? >> no. i give them money. >> it's amazing. >> you're here in new york for halloween. are you staying? are you going home? if you're staying, what are you going to dress up as? >> hoda. >> i don't know if i can top that. i'm going to be here. it's funny, yesterday, i actually bumped into heidi klum in an elevator. she invited me to her halloween party until she realized that gwen is not here with me. >> are you going to sing another song? >> actually, i don't know what you're doing today, what it's going to be like. but you got to listen to the worsd words of this song. >> all right. blake shelton.
[ cheers and applause [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ daddy drove the wheels on a flat bedford ♪ ♪ flies found a hole in a screen door ♪ ♪ granny said the dress that my sister wore to church wasn't long enough ♪ ♪ momma poured grease in a crisco can ♪ ♪ uncle joe put tobacco on my hand, where the yellow jackets tore me up ♪ ♪ and i ain't making this up oh, you think i'm talking crazy ♪ ♪ in a different language you might not understand ♪ ♪ ♪ oh, but that's all right that's the kind of life that made me who i am ♪
♪ just taking my mind on a vision ♪ ♪ back in time because i miss it ♪ ♪ you doesn't know me like a lover, unless you lived it ♪ ♪ and man, i lived ♪ we drank from the hose and spit in a cup ♪ ♪ we all survive somehow ♪ the duke boys hollywood was fake ♪ ♪ the rest was real ♪ wouldn't dream of spending a $2 bill from pushing a lawn mower around ♪ ♪ i go back there right now ♪ oh, you think i'm talking crazy ♪ ♪ in a different language
you might not understand ♪ ♪ oh, but that's all right that's just the kind of life ♪ ♪ that made me who i am ♪ just taking my mind on a visit ♪ ♪ back in time because i miss it ♪ ♪ you wouldn't know i love it like i love it ♪ ♪ unless you lived it and, man, i lived it ♪ ♪ oh, you think i'm talking crazy ♪ ♪ in a different language you might not understand ♪ ♪ oh, but that's all right that's just the kind of life ♪ ♪ that made me who i am
♪ just taking my mind on a visit ♪ ♪ back in time 'cause i miss it ♪ ♪ you wouldn't know i love it like i love it ♪ ♪ unless you live it man, i lived it ♪ ♪ oh, man, i lived it [ cheers and applause ] >> that was the wonderful blake shelton. we'll be back with much more. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
>> and i am the real dolly parton if there's such a thing. >> there's no doubt about that. >> happy halloween. >> happy halloween, you guys. >> whoa. >> a couple of legends there. >> that's so exciting. you know, so much preparation goes into halloween here on "today." and let's be honest, some people need more construction than others. >> a little bit of work went into this. people ask, how did they talk you into it and how did they pull it off? this year, i was able to get pointers from the real dolly parton, herself. watch. every other year or so, the producers of this show convince me to dress up as a woman. how do we decide which woman? that's where this comes in. the big book of halloween ideas. if we brows through the pages, well -- there's j. lo. but i've been there. paris hilton. done that. pamela anderson. nailed that.
that brings us to dolly. where do you even begin? >> hello, matt. >> hello, dolly. how are you? >> i'm good. good to see you. >> you, too. are you okay with this? >> am i okay with it? i'm here to teach you how to do it. >> let's go. >> trust me when i say you have everything you need in this dolly starter kit. >> what is in here? >> everything. first of all, you can't be dolly without hair, right? >> you didn't. >> it's like looking in a mirror. >> if you see hair, what's the next thing you see on me? here. put your arms out. okay. >> what happens if i spring a leak. if you spring a leak, do what i do every morning, the boob tube. this is my botox gun. >> this is your foundation? >> that's my foundation. >> in your size.
you got to walk in these but very carefully. you could kill yourself. >> you could sprain an ankle in these. >> there's a little hillbilly swag. it's a mix between a loaf and a sexy drag. we got to practice safe hair. one last thing, you got to get your dolly beauty mark. i think we're ready for the big reveal. >> ladies and gentlemen, hello, dolly. can i say what an honor it is to dress up as dolly. but to have dolly parton herself show me the ropes. >> that's so awesome. >> we're back in a moment. we'll talk to billy ray in a second. talk to blake. much more ahead on a halloween morning here on "today." this is "today" on nbc.
♪ welcome back. billy ray, you have new music. we're happy to have you here. >> i'm glad to be here. it's opinion fun today. the new album is called "set the record straight." that thing you heard there, was me and noah. my daughter, noah. we did a song "tulsa town." have a duet with miley on the album. it's a fun album. it comes out november 10th. >> i'm excited to tour it. we'll be out on the road. shoutout to noah and miles. i love you. >> all right, billy ray. >> blake, how do you feel about hoda? a cutout of you in her office. a dog named blake. now, she's dressing like you. >> i'm loving her more every day. every day. >> it's not called stalking
until you get arrested. >> megyn kelly and shania twain, coming up after your local news. ♪ ♪ >> ladies and gentlemen, dolly parton. good morning, i'm vai sikahema. it's just about 9:00 a.m. let's get to first alert bill henley with the most accurate neighborhood forecast. bill. >> going to be a sunny halloween but cool with winds out of the west. a little bit breezy this afternoon. that will keep the temperatures in the middle 50s for the suburbs. upper 50s for philadelphia and new jersey. close to 60 at the shore. but once the sun is out, the temperatures will cool down quickly. we're looking at 40s in the city
by 9:00 this evening. but in the suburbs and lehigh valley with clear skies and light winds, 40s by 7:00, low 40s by 9:00 this evening. nice and clear in delaware. see a similar cooldown middle 40s by 9:00 this evening. that goes for new jersey as well. just a little bit warmer but nice and clear at the shore. >> thank you, bill. check on the roads with nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. >> still a little slow, 14 minutes for drive time when typically 7 to 8. 29 to schuylkill. just after trooper road. traffic is moving. watching a crash at new hannover swamp pike around schaffer road. back to you. >> it's halloween. a night for trick-or-treating and fun. families should take caution to keep kids safe walking door to door. experts say reflective clothing, flashlights ar good idea. kids should stay on the sidewalk.
reinforce that when you're with them. drivers should be on alert and testimonies especially when it gets dark. >> philly loves a winner. one neighborhood on top in nationwide competition. new at 4:00 p.m. show you how victory for germantown could bring new life into the neighborhood. megyn kelly starts in just a few minutes.
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it's halloween across the land. the 9:00 hour is now at hand. and as you keep evil spirits away, coming up this morning on "megyn kelly today." it's a kelly family frightfest, as megyn and doug go where others fear to tread. a monstrously spooky haunted house. today's spine-chilling costumes get a treat for their tricks and a chance to win a halloween surprise. and a father who is making tricked out sets of wheels and putting a smile on faces everywhere. and now, your ghost -- i mean host, megyn kelly. ♪ >> hi.