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basically to the north and east, but all of these storms, as they had to the northeast, will also slowly pushed to the south. there is a cold front back to the north and west, and that cold front will be pushing the storms down through the south of central florida, through polk county, eventually even through the south, down toward west palm later today. we are going to watch this. north of this area, things are fairly quiet right now. we have clouds, little rain -- a little rain here and there. notice we are pretty much done with the storms for now. we had a severe thunderstorm warning in marion county. at this point, the main stuff we are watching is to the south. if you are in osceola, polk, or seven brevard counties, be prepared through the rest of the afternoon. it will take a few hours for the whole line to roll through central florida and head off to the east. the tornado warning is in effect until 10:15 a.m. we will scroll the information
we will return your to regulate scheduled programming, and continue to monitor the storms. a downpour with some strong wind under -- in lakeland. not under the tornado warning building. winter haven, be prepared as the storms make their way across the north and east, i eventually crossing over i-4, getting into the theme park. we will be monitoring the situation and if any other warnings are posted, we will make sure to cut into programming and let you know. right now it is 10:02 a.m. lelast night. >> he did. >> highly educated, latino, incredible what he's doing now. >> interesting given the comments he's made in the past given immigrants and, specifically, mexicans. >> super tuesday now six days away. that's next tuesday on march the 1st.
marco rubio, ted cruz or john kasich has to do something quickly to stop the train. >> other than kidnapping, i don't see it. >> it'll be tough. you know what, tuesday nights at my house, i've been observed with -- >> lasagna night? >> well, taco tuesday. i've been obsessed with this fx series "the people versus o.j." unbelievable. doing really great with the ratings. 12 million. the thing is, everybody knows how it turns out, but it's interesting to go back in time. those of us who kind of lived through that and were fascinated by the trial then. to sort of re-watch and see all the evidence and everything come together during the trial. the series, of course, features all the main players in real life. cuba gooding jr. plays o.j. simpson. david schwimmer is his friend and lawyer, robert kardashian. kim,
you also have john travolta. the series has a lot of people talking. some brought up the fact you see the kardashians featured somewhat, maybe more prominently than a lot of people were expecting, especially the children in there. khloe apparently setting the record straight on some of the family scenes in the show. take a look. >> oh, my god. it's daddy. >> daddy! >> daddy! >> that's daddy. >> can you please spell that? >> k-a-r-d-a-s-i-a-n h-i-a-n. >> not all the facts were ak accurate accurate. they're sensationalizing the kardashian name in it. there was a scene of the kids chanting, kardashian when my dad was reading the potential
i called kim. i was like, did that happen? i don't remember any of this happening. she goes, absolutely not, did that happen. >> i mean, it would have been weird if that did happen. >> you're getting a little bit of the hollywood sort of version of it. >> it's not a documentary, right? >> no, it's not. i mean, it's american crime story, is the name of the series. they built it as, you know, the making of. but it's fascinating to watch. it is sort of like watching a "dateline," but you're getting a little more of the hollywood, fictionalized version, as well. >> without keith morrison. or did he? >> yes, no, it is. really good. you have to start watching it. >> check it out. >> go back and re-watch. if you haven't been watching, i encourage you to watch. >> "house of cards" season three, it's behind that. >> i have a lot to binge watch.
comes to having your kids, having their friends over, maybe they're misbehaving a little bit? how do you talk to a stranger's child? do you have any problem disciplining? >> no. >> i don't either. >> there's a nice way of doing it. >> especially if the child is in danger. >> right, exactly. >> risky. >> that's exhale what happened. actly what happened. a woman said she was intervening in a situation where a young boy was apparently poking at his little sister while his mom went into the cafe to get a cup of coffee. poking to the point where he was about ready to hurt his younger sister. the boy -- the woman saw this all playing out and she was like, i have to -- i can't let this kid hurt his sister. so she stopped it and said, you know, i wouldn't do that. you could hurt your little sister. she said though, like a couple of the other ladies next to her were like, i'm glad you did something about it. they didn't know what to do. one lady said, they're not your kids. you shouldn't be -- >> i don't know the argument
somebody is hurting another child, you stop it, regardless. >> there are situations sometimes -- i did have a parent -- or somebody on a plane once say to me, my kid was being well-behaved, but the woman said, are you going to tell your child to be quiet or should i? i was like, he's just talking. then i take issue with that. if somebody is telling me to parent my child when i'm sitting next to them, and i don't think they're doing anything terribly wrong. >> i think if it's in your house, it's your rules and you have no problem telling your kid what to do. in that case if the parent isn't there and the kid is about to hurt another one. >> absolutely. >> the mom stepped away from her children. that's sort of -- you're negligent leaving your children out there. >> things happen. let's not judge. if you like the facebook like button, you'll love this. they've added new reaction buttons. in addition to liking a post, you're now able to show love, ha ha, wow, sad -- >> add the sound effects? >> angry.
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that's what's going on around they will push through from northwest to southeast iraq the day today. once we get into the late-night hours, the rain will be gone in our temperatures will fall. >> that's your latest weather. let's see what we've got. people are signing up. facebook.com/"today's take." register to win that microsoft surface pro. don't go anywhere because we've got, that's right, one of the biggest stars on tv today, "how to get away with murder" star viola davis. we'll be talking to the emmy and tony winning actress about her
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viola davis is, of course, one of hollywood's biggest stars, known for her academy award winning performances like the 2011 film "the help" with octavia spencer. >> now, she's fresh off her historic emmy win from the series "how to get away with murder." >> in a sneak peek of this week's episode, a new video threatening to tear the team apart. take a look. >> hold a grudge right now. >> no? because you all said things.
i think we're even. >> you ran away like you tend to do. interesting that you're the only one not in this. >> you think i sent it? >> anything is possible with you people. >> viola. >> one of the many twists and turns over the season. episode 12 right now. >> wait till you see it. it's all i can say. >> are we going to be shocked by what happens? >> you're always shocked on this show. it should be "how to get away with shock," you know? pete really pushes the buttons on this, which i said, that's why i signed up. i don't want to be just warm and fuzz l y and likable. i want to push the button. some times, i'm like, hold up, hold up, pete. >> you also never know what's around the next corner. i imagine this is one of the shows where you get the script and look to make sure you're still around at the end of it. >> seriously. you get a script a day in advance.
call sheet, you get less than that. >> wow. >> something in there makious es you uncomfortable, guess what? you have to dive in there. especially some of the sexual scenes, you know. >> oh. >> is that kind of fun, that part of it? >> absolutely not, al. no, it's not, you know. >> another day at the office. and that emmy win of yours, not just the win but the speech, was really an amazing moment. we've got a clip of it. take a look. >> let me tell you something. the only thing that separates women of color from anyone else is opportunity. [ applause ] you cannot win an emmy for roles that are simply not there. >> which was really what echoes
i mean, the call for more diversity debe hind behind and in front of the camera. >> one of the things that people misunderstand is you have to separate opportunity from talent. people feel like if the roles aren't there, that means there is no talent out there. that's not true. what's true is that if you create those narratives, then those roles can open up to people who are waiting in line. listen, i always say that meryl streep would not be meryl streep without "sophie's choice," without "devil wears prada." you can't be a meryl streep if you're the third girl from the left in a narrative with two scenes. you write it, and we will come. we'll show up. >> was that a message to the studios? who needs to do better in hollywood right now? >> that's it, the people in positions of power. people who have the green light vote. people who can say nay or nay. that's it. they're out there. they have the imagination.
times is fear. fear of doing anything different. but i have to tell you, i think that when you put talent out there and narratives that are dynamic, people lean in. they want to see it. they want to be moved. they want to feel less alone. that's why i'm an actor. >> viola, this is a conversation we've had two years in a row now. they're already talking about next year, according to some articles i've been reading, that doesn't look like a lot of the roles out there will have much more diversity, or the scripts out there now. do you think hollywood is conscious of that and are they really trying to change? >> i don't know about that. but i do know this, i do know that especially women out there, i'll just say that they're not comfortable with just sitting back anymore. they want to play a more active role. i know taraji p. henson, kerry washington, halle berry, they're walking and stepping into their power as producers.
out there they want to do. that they want to see other women of color in. my whole thing is, step up to the plate. when you are in the position of power, do something with it. you have that one dash, that moment in time, just put it out there. listen, it's like my husband said, a closed mouth doesn't get fed. >> true. >> speaking of your husband, we'll talk about him. you just renewed your vows coming up and you have a passion project. we have more with viola davis
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i love -- it's a time in my life that i feel the most alive. that's the thing. i don't always feel that way. i mean, i love what i do, but sometimes, you know, i'm on a sound stage for 17 hours a day and i'm tired. i'm hot. you know. but with -- it reminds me of what's beautiful about my life. i think that that's worth it. and the mango juice and tequila, which i recommend, that was at our ceremony. >> i want some of that. >> your other passion is the vaseline healing project. tell us how you got involved with that and why it matters. >> well, i got involved in it because it was just presented to me, like many things are presented to me lately. it's the vaseline healing project has partnered with
international medical aid corporation. what they do, what they have done, is they have contributed $500 million to put together medical supply kits, medical care and helping people in places of disease. syria, even the u.s., flooding areas and with people who are suffering from poverty. the whole idea is 84% of health care workers in areas of crisis and disasters say the biggest issue is skin infections. if they just had petroleum jelly, how much that would help. people going back to work or going to school. people suffering from psoriasis, eczema, left untreated turns into open sores. i got involved because i love the word "healing."
simple solution to bigger problems. i have a special connection to vaseline. my sister got a huge burn on her face cooking sugar cane on the stove. big southern thing. hot grease splashed in her face. >> but purchasing vaseline, you're helping with the healing project, is that right? >> that's right. if you go to vaseline.us/the healing project, you can help. >> viola davis, happening now? the perfect brow. new brow drama pomade crayon from maybelline new york. our 1st creamy, pigmented wax crayon sculpts and tames as it colors, in one easy swipe. maybelline's new brow drama pomade. make it happen. maybelline new york from maybelline new york... false lash impact with dramatic pushed-up lift. new falsies push up drama mascara. dare to compare false lashes versus falsies push up drama... do you dare? maybelline's new push up drama. maybelline new york. the yogurt made from
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with smartphones. according to the auto maker, bluetooth enabled smartphones can become digital keys, eliminating the need for an actual key. it could start the car and also unlock the doors and trunk. a limited number of cars will be equipped with the technology in 2017. a baby gorilla said to be doing well after being delivered by a caesarean section. at a zoo in england, the gorilla was born early, weighing in at 2 pounds, 10 ounces. doctors performed a c-action after her mother showed signs of the potentially dangerous condition preclampsia. doctors are cautiously optimistic for mother and baby. so tiny. so cute. al, take over with the weather. >> thank you very much. i like the handoff. for today, we have a slight
southeastern atlantic coast for tornadoes. we're watching that down to florida. back to the west, windy conditions, snowy conditions, some places, blizzard watches. west, gorgeous. 69 in san francisco. for tomorrow, we're looking for 62 and sunshine in seattle. again, here in the northeast, mid-atlantic states, it'll be a mess. rainy, windy, snowy. y. amy: good morning central florida, i am amy sweezey. once our showers and storms move through the area we have cool and dry air coming in and there will be highs in the 60' s thursday,
>> thank you, al. did you know that tax season, also the busiest time of year for the debt collectors? the collectors are federally mandated to uphold certain standards. complaints are piling up. >> what a surprise. today national investigative correspondent snef ross jeff rossen did some digging and has tips on what to do if we're on the receiving end of the aggressive calls. >> you don't pay your bills, they're allowed to come after you and try to get you to pay the bills. that's fine. the law is clear about what debt collectors can and cannot do. the law is incredibly clear. today, i brought you guys three real-life examples of phone calls. to play them out, we'll play the calls. you'll hear them and we'll give you tips about what they can and cannot do. >> okay. >> cue the phone ring. i think that's for you, al. >> hello. >> i want to play the first call. this is a recording that experts say -- >> you don't even make a payment or even get this debt taken care of.
>> they're threatening if you don't make the payment -- >> it's a threatening call. here's the tip, debt collectors cannot harass you or threaten you. even if a debt collector calls you, they are not allowed to threaten you. if they do, tell them to stop. get their name. get their company. you can report them later. >> what's the line of harassment? what constitutes harassment? >> that's the problem with it. it's a subjective line. you know. experts say that would be a threatening call. >> okay. >> the next call i want to play for you talks about police activity. the phone is ringing again, natalie. it's for you. about threatening police action. >> we need to get some type of payment in right now. as soon as we can get it. or else i will have to send local authorities to your address to see about locking you up. >> can i just hang up the phone? >> you shouldn't hang up the phone. that debt collector is going to call again. >> they've gone over the line.
you're going to be arrested if you don't pay your debts. they can't threaten legal action unless they actually intend to sue you. i brought one more call. this one could be embarrassing. al gets these all the times, they're at work. they call the nbc switchboard, like this. >> she either comes to the phone or she'll have someone bring her out for questioning. we're trying to do it by the phone. >> she's in a classroom now and i can't -- >> really? how would the principal feel if somebody from the parish came out there and pulled her up because she's under investigation for committing fraud, in front of the students. >> wow. >> threatening and nasty. >> and illegal. >> the person who got the call is a teacher at a school. obviously, they're telling the secretary, the person at the front office, we're going to pull her out of class. they cannot call you at work if your employer forbids it. if your employer doesn't allow calls, send the debt collector a certified letter informing them of that.
not allowed to call me at work. >> what happens? you get the aggressive calls. what do you do? >> number one, ask for written notice about your debt. send me a letter in the mail. let tell me exactly what i owe. i want the exact details about that. number two, you want to send them a certified letter saying, i'm being harassed, threatened and i want it to stop. the third is, if you actually feel like you're being harassed federal trade commission. >> great advice. all on the website. and jeff's facebook page. up next, they've written songs for the biggest names in country music.
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full-length album. during that time, the boys also co-wrote chart-topping hits for other country artists. you could be a blackbird >> reporter: including keith urban's "you're gonna fly." locash has dropped cowboys from their name and released a new ep last year. their single "i love this life" continues to climb the charts, hitting the top five for billboard's hot country songs. and making "rolling stone" best country songs of 2015. with all their recent success, the boys of locash really are loving this life. as they rock the nation on tour. preston and chris are with us now. good to see you. >> good morning. >> thanks for having us. >> we'll continue our discussion of nashville social life after you perform. we have to pick up where we left off. >> the social life.
>> it's a vibrant scene. >> people who followed you a long time, you were locash cowboys and dropped cowboys. what was the decision? >> it was a tough redelaware decision. we didn't make the decision. i wish we had a better story. we were looking for a logo. preston is a graffiti artist. we wanted to do something with an '80s vibe. he drew it on a napkin and i said, it's amazing. he was like, it didn't say cowboys. >> he said, i love it like that. >> when we turned it in, the label was like, this is a great idea. we'll change the change. after 11 years, it worked. >> you haven't changed who you are. what i love is hearing your story, you've written songs for tim mcgraw, some of the great country stars.
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>> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by c iti. >> you've met the locash guys. now it's time for the duo to show us what they've got. performing their hit single "i love this life," locash. i love my boots broke in, i love my camo hat don't mind a little paint on my jeans, yeah, i roll like that i love driving my truck across the railroad tracks if you hit them too quick, they'll hit you right back i love a fresh cut field with
how it shines like gold when the sun turns on i love the sound of them wheels, my baby singing along when "the boys of summer" comes on i love my small town world i love a country girl i love a friday night man i love this life the sound of an old dirt road rolling through my mind man, i love, man, i love, man, i love this life i love that county line bar where they all know my drink the way she throws her hands up when that cover band plays i love the taste of her lips when she's been sipping that wine i still get drunk on her every time i love my small town world i love a country girl
man i love this life the sound of an old dirt road rolling through my mind man, i love, man, i love, man, i love this life oh-o-o-oh man, i love this life oh-o-o-oh man, i love this life yeah, i love this life man, i love this life i love that ragged old barn that my grandpa made it was my whole world back in my innocent days i love that little white church, out on 109 it's where i hit my knees and i thank the lord for this life
i love my small town world i love a country girl i love a friday night man, i love this life the sound of an old dirt road rolling through my mind man, i love, man, i love, man, i love this life oh of h of -o-o-oh man, i love this life oh-o-o-oh man, i love this life oh-o-o-oh man, i love this life oh-o-o-oh man, i love this life [ applause ]
hello, ladies. >> hi. >> locash were so amazing. >> weren't they great? >> nice guys, too. >> we have one of the most talented people on the planet with us today. >> who? >> wayne brady. he does it all. >> yes. >> we also are going to do who knew? we're also talking about luxe for less. >> and we have the guy from "younger," has all the ladies drooling. nico. >> there are pictures of him downstairs that you'll enjoy. it's all i'm going to say. >> where did you find them? >> they were down in the studio. i said, who was that?
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