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use john young parkway and 95 closed as you head from indian river to brevard. >> you can get more news updates. jason: we have got all of the super tuesday results on wesh.com and the mobile app. >> thank you for choosing wesh two news and trusting first alert weather. thanks for good morning. something for everyone. donald trump and hillary clinton each win seven super tuesday states, tightening their grips on their party's nomination. >> once we get all of this finished, i'm going to go after one person, that's hillary clinton. >> instead of building walls,
>> cruz, rubio and sanders, will they be well enough to stay in the race? a new piece of debris has been found that could be from malaysia air flight 370. missing fer ing ing for nearly two years. could it help solve one of the world's biggest mysteries? scott kelly returns to earth after spending more time in space than any other american. what he's saying about being back home. the shocking sight. the moment a toddler falls out of a moving van, caught on camera. the child getting up and chasing after the vehicle. how a good samaritan helped that boy find his family today, wednesday, march 2nd, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza.
welcome to "today" on a wen wednesday morning. grab tooth sticks and stick them in savannah's eyes. she has a late night. >> the glasses are there to hide it. i was surprised you said it's wednesday morning because it's still tuesday night for me. >> late night but it was interesting. let's get to the results. start with the republicans. donald trump scored seven victories. vermont, massachusetts, virginia, tennessee, alabama, georgia and arkansas. ted cruz notched three wins, including the big prize of texas. that is his home state. he goes along there with oklahoma and alaska. marco rubio took minnesota, his first win of this race. here's how the delegate count stacks up this morning. trump with 292. 188 for cruz. 98 for marco rubio. >> on the democratic side, it was a big night for hillary clinton. virginia, tennessee, alabama, georgia, arkansas, texas and massachusetts. bernie sanders is vowing he's
he won in his home state of vermont, as well as in oklahoma, minnesota and colorado. take a look at the delegate count. hilary lary clinton with a commanding lead, 979 to 382 for bernie sanders. >> we have complete coverage from our decision 2016 team. let's start with nbc national correspondent peter alexander. peter, good morning to you. >> hey, matt, good morning to you. it was definitely a super tuesday for donald trump, demonstrating wide appeal from the deep south to the northeast. all said, donald trump has won ten states and collected more delegates than marco rubio and ted cruz combined. >> reporter: donald trump tallying up another impressive night. >> we could win six or seven or eight or nine. >> reporter: the billionaire boasting lopsided victories from alabama to massachusetts, and narrower ones from arkansas to virginia. >> your critics would suggest you're dividing the country and
>> i am a unifier. once we get all this finished, i'll go after one person, hillary clinton. >> reporter: naysayers insisting he's toxic to the brand. chris christie toned it down, trying to bring together a broken party. >> the republican party has become more dynamic and diverse. we're taking from the democrats, taking from the independents. we have more people. >> god bless the lone star state. >> reporter: by locking up wins in his delegate-rich home state of texas and oklahoma next door, with an early morning call for alaska, ted cruz strengthened his case as the best equipped to challenge trump. >> for the candidates who haven't won a state, who haven't wrapped up significant delegates, prayerfully consider coming together. uniting. that is the only way to beat donald trump.
>> reporter: marco rubio with his sights set on florida in two weeks captured a desperately needed win in minnesota. once again, targeted trump. >> the party of lincoln and reagan and the presidency of the united states will never be held by a con artist. i will campaign as long as it takes and wherever it takes to ensure that i am the next president of the united states. >> one of the biggest take aways from last night should be the turnout. consider this, 15 states have voted. 15 republican states have now had numbers, record turnouts, except for vermont. compare 2008, when barack obama swept to victory in the white here's how they compare. the parties effectively trading places. on the right, 2008. democrats with 8.2 million voters in the states that voted in primaries on super tuesday. the republicans with 5 million. this time around, the almost exact opposite. the republicans with 8.3 million
the democrats with 5.5 million. matt and savannah? >> peter, thank you very much. donald trump says he deserves a lot of the credit for that. >> it's a telling number we just showed. with wins in seven states last night, hillary clinton has taken full command of the democratic race this morning. with victory in her sights, her campaign is increasingly focusing on donald trump. nbc's kristen welker is following that part of the story this morning. good morning. >> good morning to you. hillary clinton has major momentum this morning after resounding victories all across the south. fueled in large part by huge african-american support. bernie sanders still insists he can stop her, but it's going to be a lot tougher now. >> reporter: clinton securing her front runner status tuesday, sweeping the south, winning seven states in all. >> now this campaign moves forward to the motor city and beyond. >> reporter: even pulling off a victory in massachusetts, defeating the vermont senator in
>> this country belongs to all of us, not just those at the top. >> reporter: as clinton marchs s marches forward, sanders' chances are narrowing. >> i am proud to bring vermont values all across this country. >> reporter: tuesday, he claimed victory in his home state of vermont and wins in oklahoma, colorado and minnesota. >> thank you, bernie. >> reporter: vowing to fight on. >> by the end of tonight, we are going to win many hundreds of delegates. >> reporter: still, clinton is setting her sights on the battle that may lie ahead. a face-off with donald trump in november. >> america never stopped being great. we have to make america whole. >> reporter: painting herself as the anti-trump.
america today is more love and kindness. >> reporter: the republican front runner returning fire, signaling, if nominated, he'll use the controversy over her e-mails as one of his biggest weapons. >> what she did was a criminal act. if she's allowed to run, i would be very, very surprised. >> the rhetoric we're hearing on the other side has never been lower. >> while clinton is leading by hundreds of delegates this morning, her aides don't think she can put the race out of reach until mid to late march. she holds a rally in new york tonight, while sanders will hold a breakfast and lay out the path forward, a sign he has no intention of getting out any time soon. savannah? >> kristen welker, thank you. let's take a closer look at the super tuesday results. chuck todd is moderator of "meet the press," also up all night. >> yes, ma'am. >> any other election cycle, if anybody did this well on super tuesday, having won the early states, you'd be saying, the race is over.
>> the party leaders would be falling all over themselves, excited about this leader who is bringing enthusiasm and new voters and doing all this winning. but it's not the case with donald trump. >> instead, we're seeing the remaining in the race looking at an increasingly difficult path to the nomination. what could they do at this point? >> he has over a hundred delegate lead and we haven't assigned all the delegates from super tuesday. he'll likely get over 300. even though a hundred, you think, it can't be much, but it is significant in the way the process works. they basically have 13 days. there's a lot of primaries and caucuses by march 15th. obviously, we're spending a lot of time. we'll be talking about florida and ohio. why? marco rubio and john kasich. the game now, they can't get the nomination of their own. ted cruz, marco rubio. >> they can't get to the magic number. >> without a contested convention. donald trump is the only one to get the contested number.
i don't know where marco rubio can win before florida. i don't know where john kasich can win before ohio. cruz might get a few victories, but trump is going to win most of the states. starting perhaps with michigan six days from now. >> we'll continue this conversation in a moment, but let's look at the democrats. people need to look at the delegates and see why pundits like yourself are saying this is a tougher road for bernie sanders. >> few things. first of all, there's that gap. a 600 delegate gap there, number one. if you take out the super delegates, which people know those are party leaders that have endorsed her, she'd have a 200 delegate lead. but i want to focus here. the orange are the states clinton won. this is a lot of african-american voters that dominated these primaries last night. bernie sanders did pathetic with these voters. if you can't win these voters --
you know what, roker? finally, this machine is getting use. >> he's sensitive about the map. >> good-bye. >> lick it while we come over here and let nicolle and matt in on this. >> that's something you don't hear every day. >> nicolle wallace is joining us. trump has a great night. cruz had a better than expected night, and not a great night for marco rube io. play the role of rubio, staying in the race? >> there is still an animated endeavor to stop trump from reaching the magic number of 1,200 plus delegates. that is all that rubio can hope for, in terms of the results and the delegate count in the primaries. he no longer has a path of getting 1,200 himself. >> chuck, we watched as donald trump took to the stage. who was that guy? it was not the donald trump that we've seen over the last six months.
he complimented ted cruz. didn't call him a liar. couple shots at marco rubio. is that the trump of the future, and how long can he stay in that character? >> i don't know. we just had this conversation, and i singled her out with this conversation. >> three hours ago. >> yesterday, she's going, you know, if he could get act like a statesman -- >> for a minute. >> well, he did it for a few minutes yesterday. the problem with trump, one step forward and two steps back. if that trump can sustain this temperament for 13 more days, it's all he has to do, until march 13th. if he can, he'll be the nominee and they won't be able to stop him at the convention. but the trump we've seen has never been able to sustain temperamentally that persona. >> remember when we interviewed trump that one time? he said, i'm trying to be statesmanlike, then he was dropping a world at the drop ing that word at the rally.
last night, we coined a term, establishment fantasy. is that what it is or is there a possibility? >> it is a possibility because in the cycle, everything is possible. everything is on the table. you would have called a contested convention an impossibility three months ago but it's also on the table. >> maybe i'm slow on the uptake, but if the plan is to stop donald trump at the convention, wouldn't the republican establishment want all of these guys to stay in the race, to keep dividing up the delegates? >> absolutely. i think in an odd way, yes. not only that, hope you get mitt romney to file late in the california primary. will there be a non-aggression pact between cruz, rubio and kasich? ohio. good luck. we endorse you. you. john kasich says, i want my rubio. if that is the plan, i just
campaigns can work together like that. >> no evidence of that cooperation. >> it's also really, really hard. it's really difficult to deprive trump of the nomination. not because of the masses and numbers, but because of the frosty of his -- ferocity of his supporters. >> rubio almost won virginia mostly from democrats trying to help him out, but it didn't work. >> matt asked for a quick answer. >> that was like two and a half minutes. i don't know how that went. >> guys, thanks. >> i'm going to go mess around with that board. >> thank you very much. hallie jackson spent the night covering ted cruz's campaign. she caught up with him after he addressed his supporters in houston. good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. ted cruz is already looking ahead to kentucky ansas where he'll be today. after cheering the results of
at his party, he did what he had to do in texas, won, and bought himself more time to try to make his case that republicans, including his rivals, should unite around him as the best chance of stopping trump. >> where you go from here, how do you get the republican nomination? >> at this point, there have been 15 states that have voted. only one candidate has beaten donald trump. that's been us. >> should somebody drop out? >> i think all of them love this country and are putting this country first. if it becomes clear to a candidate that that candidate does not have a path to the nomination, has not been able to win a state in 15 contests, hasn't been able to rack up considerable delegates, there comes a point, do you want donald trump to be the nominee? if trump is the nominee, republicans get clobbered. i think people are going to look at the numbers, look at the results, and consider what to do. it is my hope that as a party, we come together and say, stop
do not nominate a candidate who will drive the party off a cliff. >> how do you beat donald trump when he has performed as well as he's performed tonight? >> we have to get one on one. head to head. i don't just beat donald trump, i beat him resoundingly. where he benefits now, he has everyone else being fractured and divided. it's my hope the party will say, it is reckless. at a time when the stakes have never been higher, it's reckless to roll the dice and nominate donald trump. donald trump may be the one candidate on the face of the planet that hillary clinton can beat. the democrats are celebrating. we can't let it happen. i don't think republicans want the general election to consist of two rich new york liberals, one republican and one democrat, running against each other. we should nominate a real conserve tiff and ative and i hope that's what we're going to do. >> cruz is not well-liked by colleagues in the senate, but he
backup from lindsey graham, who says the establishment may be in a position where they have to rally around cruz to stop trump. the senator telling me, senator cruz, that is, that he'd welcome the support. >> the establishment rallying around one of the ultimate outsiders? >> apparently. we'll see how this shapes up. >> hallie, thank you very much. we'll have more on the impact of super tuesday and the races moving forward in a little while. breaking news in the search for malaysia airlines flight 370. nbc news learned investigators believe another piece of debris may have been found off the coast of africa. tom costello has been on this story for two years and has the breaking news. good morning. >> nbc news learned a piece of debris was discovered on a sand bank off the mossambiqub coast.
could have come from mh-370. words were seen on the piece and the locals think it could have been in the water for two years. the debris found by an american man who has been blogging about the search for mh-370. you call may recall the first piece of debris washed on the other side of madagascar, reunion island last july. the ocean currents would have carried the new piece of debris to the african coast. it's thought the debris may also be from the plane's tail section, from the horizontal stabilizer. investigators in malaysia, australia and the u.s. have looked at the photographs of the debris debris. close sources close to the investigation says it looks like a piece from a bowing ing ing ing ing -- boeing 777. mh-370 was a boeing 777. 239 people on board. it disappears two years ago next
to beijing. ever since, the search has been focused on the indian ocean. the underwater search teams haven't found the remains of the team. the command center tells nbc news it's aware a piece of debris has been found and it's trying to determine what it might be, arranging for a thorough investigation. sources say engineers who looked at the debris say there is a good chance it came from mh-370. >> tom, i know you'll keep an eye on it for us. thank you. it was raining here a little while ago. >> our temperatures are going to start to drop. part of the same system, look what it did down in alabama. we had strong storms move through. jackson county, a little east of huntsville, alabama. they start to pick up the pieces. the good news, the worst is now done. we've got warm air, and it has been a warm winter. warmest on record for over 20 spots from december 1st to february 29th.
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states. marco rubio picked up his first victory, taking the minnesota caucus. but bolstered by three victories of his own, ted cruz is calling on his rivals to drop out and let him go one on one against trump. >> so long as the field remains divided, donald trump's path to the nomination remains more likely. and that would be a disaster for republicans. for conservatives. and for the nation. >> over on the democratic side, hillary clinton added to her massive delegate lead. she won seven states, with a strong showing in the south. she started to sound like a candidate, looking ahead to the general election. >> the stakes in this election have never been higher. and the rhetoric we're hearing on the other side has never been lower.
us and them is wrong, and we're not going to let it work. >> bernie sanders won four states last night and vowed to take his fight against clinton to the end. all the way to the convention. let's get more from peter alexander. good morning. >> hey, matt and savannah. we want to break down some of the numbers from last night. these are things that stuck out to us at nbc's exhibit polls. donald trump bringing out huge numbers of republicans. look at this. when you consider how well he did among republicans without college degrees. he has a narrow advantage among those who have college degrees. those who don't have a college degree, donald trump trounced his opponents, winning 54% of the vote. he faces challenges. this is from ted cruz's home state, the biggest prize last night in texas. 25% of voters in texas said that they were dissatisfied with
only 25% said they were satisfied. 75% said they were dissatisfied. hillary clinton with another strong showing last night. to win this fall, she's going to have to bring together young democratic voters. look what we witnessed again last evening. among the democratic voters under the age of 30, hillary clinton won barely 1/3 of them. among those between 30 and 59, she won 62%. those 60 years of age and older, 72% of them sided with hillary clinton. couple things to watch as we go forward. back to you. >> peter alexander, thanks. in other news, this morning, royal caribbean's anthem of the seas has arrived back in its home port of new jersey after the second ill-fated voyage in a month.
some of the passenger the passengers. >> some are very angry. they're telling stories of honeymoons, vacations, anniversary trips cut short. many of them, by some accounts, more than 150 are also sick with the norovirus. that's leading to conflicting reports about why this vessel returned early. again. another ill-fated voyage for one ships. anthem of the seas cut short its week-long trip, royal caribbean says, because of a severe forecasted storm. >> disappointed. i wanted to cry. you wait so long and pay so much money. >> reporter: is that the reason? ports indicate dozens of passengers and crew are sick with norovirus. on board, frustration. one passenger tweeting, no one to clean. staff in garn teen and told not
another tweeting, wish royal caribbean and rclcorp were honest about why we turned back. my honeymoon was cut short. the cruise line tweeted the norovirus didn't affect the decision to return. a few weeks ago, hurricane force winds, pounding sea and angry passengers. >> i think you find out people's lives are at risk. >> reporter: this morning, another trip to paradise cut short. >> royal caribbean is facing a negligence lawsuit from the last cruise that came back early. royal caribbean says the suit is without merit and it turned back this time because it was following the new storm avoidance policy that it put into place after the last incident in february. matt and savannah, back to you. >> janet, thank you. erin andrews' $75 million civil trial is one step closer
took the stand for a second straight day. she faced tough questions from defense attorneys. nbc's morgan radford is at the courthouse courthouse. good morning. >> good morning, savannah. in fact, four new witnesses are scheduled to testify here in the courtroom today. that's as the defense scrambles to make its case as to why the marriott shouldn't get stuck with a $75 million tab. >> reporter: the jury in the erin andrews' case will hear from more witnesses today. the two days of emotional testimony from andrews herself likely made the biggest impact. she broke down in tears when talking about her boyfriend, the hockey star. >> i think he would have loved the girl more. that was there before this happened. >> reporter: she described her new routine when he stays in a hotel. at check-in, she asks for a different room.
food and sets b to,o s s booby traps to know if there were intruders. >> i put a paper there. if it's moved, i can tell. >> reporter: the lawyer questioned her from the national marriott. >> i don't know. can you repeat your question, please? >> reporter: the defense tried to show she hasn't been seriously damaged by the secretly recorded viral video. >> you also got an endorsement from reebok? >> yes. >> diet mountain dew? >> florida orange juice? >> yes. >> reporter: the jury heard from an espn representative. >> did you see her performance suffer in any way as a result of the events involving mr. barrett? >> no. >> reporter: andrews said monday the network made her give an interview about the ordeal. >> my boss said, before you go on-air for college football, we need you to give a sit-down interview. >> reporter: prompting the company to release a statement.
been interpreted by some to mean espn was unsupportive of erin. that isn't true. for erin, the video will always be there. >> it'll be a reminder every day. >> andrews says she's been in theory the rest of her life. a jury will decide how much that pain is worth in dollars, if any. >> morgan, thank you. let's get a check of the weather from al. >> we're looking at a big change coming, as far as the west coast. we've been talking about el nino. it's about to really fuel some wet weather in southern california. couple of big storms off the pacific coast. we've had a big ridge of high pressure pushing the jet stream up to the north, keeping california dry for the last month or so. look out, the ridge breaks down. we're seeing all this moisture streaming into central and southern california, especially saturday into sunday. here's what we're looking for. urban roadway flooding on the
mud and debris flow in recent burn areas. 1 to 3 inches in southern california. northern california, upwards of 7 inches of rain amy: good morning central florida, i' m amy sweezey. a cold font fries to the area. it will not make it cold. we are headed to the upper 70' s and lower 80' s. >> that's your latest weather. >> thanks. coming up, how did this happen? the shocking moment a toddler falls out of a moving van. that boy's emotional reunion with his family. first, the end of a record-setting advantage.
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>> scott kelly and his russian roommate for the last year landed in frozen kazakhstan early this morning. now, kelly begins a very long journey to the other side of the planet, making his way back to houston, where he'll arrive last tonight. >> reporter: it was just before 10:30 a.m. local time when the space capsule carrying scott kelly touched down in kazakhstan. >> scott kelly, back on mother earth after 340 days in space. >> reporter: for kelly and the russian astronaut, the end of a 340-day mission. >> we want to say good-bye and thank you. >> reporter: six hours earlier, hugs and good-byes on the international space station, as all three men climbed into the space capsule. >> closed at 3:43 p.m. central time. >> reporter: and closed the hatch for the return trip home. kelly had been on board since march 27th of last year. tweeting stunning photographs
>> having no running water, you know, it's kind of like, i've been in the woods camping for a year. with regards to like hygiene. >> reporter: nasa is hoping to learn the long-term effects on the human body in space. scott's brother also subjecting himself to tests. while a 340-day space mission may be an american record, it's not a world record. that's held by another russian cosmonaut. this morning, scott kelly is back on terra firma. >> he'll undergo more medical tests tonight, but a big celebration is awaiting him. among those on the ground, his twin brother mark, the nasa administrator and joe biden's wife, dr. jill biden. >> it's a cool story. in part, scott kelly and others
didn't nasa have a record application class for people who want to become astronauts? >> they'd get more if they had the landing site, say, in cancun. >> good news, you're home. bad news, you're in kazakhstan. >> good times! >> tom, thank you. where parents are being threatened with prison time if they post pictures of their children online. >> this one is a doozy. carson will explain why chris christie and canada were you can help prevent blindness in undernourished children all over the world. when you get your vitamins at walgreens, you help give life-changing vitamins to kids across the globe. get vitamins here. change lives everywhere. walgreens. at the corner of
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carson is in the orange room with the lighter side of super tuesday. for that reason, no tie this morning. >> that's right, guys. thank you. super tuesday made for an eventful night online. over 1 million tweets came in on the topic. this one moment in particular went viral. as trump was delivering his speech, supporter chris christie was in the wings. social media quickly became wrapped up in the expression on christie's face. let's go through some. david posting, chris christie looks like a guy who isn't sure if he turn td stove ed the stove off before he left for work. elizabeth, when you realize you're sitting in the wrong uber but it's too late to say anything. then ryan posted, i genuinely believe chris christie is being held hostage right now. rosie writes, governor christie, blink twice if you're in trouble.
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their competition vowing to fight on. darling, hold my hand is cait ready to date? caitlyn jenner opens up after life after her transition and answers the question everyone is asking. >> there is a revelation in the first episode that you may be ready to start dating? >> i know people are always interested in that. i'm on top of the world taking her in for landing. >> clear to land. >> there you go. you did it. >> it's not down yet. >> definitely half the job. >> okay. >> we'll see if i could handle the pressure on my internship inside jfk's air traffic control tower. today, wednesday, march 2nd, 2016.
>> good morning, raleigh, north carolina. >> good morning, washington! >> i'm at the "today" show. >> spending my 40th birthday. >> celebrating my birthday with all my friends. welcome back to "today" on this wednesday morning. nice crowd of people outside. we'll get out and say hi to them half hour. >> as soon as the rain clears, >> done. >> lot to get to this in half hour, beginning with the results from super tuesday. as expected, donald trump and hillary clinton building steam with seven wins each yesterday. was it enough to seal the deal for either of them? hallie jackson is in houston where she spent the evening with ted cruz's campaign. good morning to you. >> hey, matt. good morning. ted cruz is arguing that he can be the one to bring the party
but trump looks tough to stop, making the case, he can unify the party and taking a more measured, thoughtful tone after his big night. >> reporter: from the northeast to the deep south, dominance from donald trump. racking up seven wins and, more importantly, racking up delegates. >> i think it's awfully hard to say, that's not the person we want to lead the party, right? >> reporter: skipping ing ping ing ping the victory laps for a news conference, trump sounding gracious. >> i want to congratulate ted on the win in texas. i know how hard he worked. >> reporter: but dismissed a gop establishment revolt against him. >> they'll just lose everything and that would be the work of a loser. >> reporter: he couldn't resist a dig at marco rubio. >> he had a tough night. >> reporter: who is notching his first and only win in minnesota. >> we've only had five days now to explain to people what a con artist donald trump is and you're already seeing the impact across the country.
win or close out the campaign on super tuesday. ted cruz did. >> reporter: cruz winning his home state, texas, and picking up two more victories in oklahoma and alaska. to his campaign, a sign this is becoming a two-man race. >> should somebody drop out? >> it is my hope that as a party, we come together and say, stop this madness. do not nominate a candidate who will drive the party off a cliff. >> reporter: on the democratic side -- >> what a super tuesday! >> reporter: hillary clinton sweeping the south. plus, massachusetts, in bernie sanders' backyard. the front runner barely mentioningcompetitor. instead, clinton is aiming at her potential republican rival. >> america never stopped being
we have to make america whole. >> make america great again is going to be much better than making america whole again. >> clinton seeming to solidify the front runner status. on the republican side, a big story line, turnout. the number of republicans voting or caucusing on super tuesday broke records in every single state except for vermont. it's what we've seen so far through the primary season, too. >> hallie jackson, thank you so much. with natalie out in los angeles angeles, we have tamron here for a check of the top stories. >> breaking news this morning to report in the search for malaysia airlines flight 370 which disappeared two years ago next week. nbc news learned that investigators believe another piece of debris may have been found off the coast of africa. it was reportedly found between moe zambique and madagascar. the first piece of the plane washed ashore on the other side of madagascar last july. the flight was traveling from
vanished with 239 people on board. police in los angeles caught the fugitive who escaped after an hour-long chase and standoff. the 35-year-old had been on the run since monday. he was arrested near a bus stop tuesday. police say he's the hummer driver who led them on a slow-speed pursuit with his kidnapped girlfriend and two young people in the vehicle. they were not hurt. he ran off into the thick brush after the dramatic standoff. a terrifying scene caught on camera ended without any serious injuries. this is unbelievable. a toddler -- look at the video -- tumbles from the back of his grandfather's van on a busy highway in china. you see the child running after the van. a good samaritan rescued the little boy, reunited him with his family. the grandfather said he'd been rear ended a few days ago in an accident and it must have loosened his rear latch. >> but the kid shouldn't have
>> so many questions. the little boy is okay. i have one more story. when you're at a sporting event, the best seats in the house have many perks but there are risks involved. this happened at madison square garden during the knicks-blazers game. a pass makes its way to the front row. the man sitting court side tries to block the ball with his arm, but it sends his beer into the air and cascading on top of him. other than needing a refill, he seemed to be in good spirits. wet t-shirt contest at madison kwar square. >> isn't the rule, never put the beer in the zone of damage? nger? >> that's your priority? >> the guy behind him might have taken the worst shot. thank you, tamron. how kris jenner reveals how he found out about the murder of her friend nicole brown simpson.
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this is not a job for me, this is, this is my life. this is my family. being a part of helping people in need is who i am. working at brookdale for me is not just a job, it's a life for me. i love it. i formed many connections with the residents. i feel like i am part of their family and they're part of mine. if you can get up in the morning, ya know, shake the dust and go up there and make somebody happy, when i go to sleep, i did my job. it's 8:12. you know what that means? >> time to trend. >> okay. here is a provocative question for parents in the social media age. raise your hand if you have ever posted a picture of your young child online. >> yeah. hello. >> not just the identity, but yeah, i'm in it.
violating your child's privacy by posting the photos online? french authorities say, yes, you are. they're urging parents to stop it. warning that under the country's laws, when your children grow up, they could later sue you for violating their privacy. >> wow. >> or even jeopardizing their security. penalties could include a year in prison. or a fine of nearly $50,000. >> seems excessive. i mean, most parents would have their which i would's best interest at heart and not want to do something that invaded their privacy, right? >> you cannot predict how your child is going to feel about that later on. >> i don't think we should overdo it. >> we should hold on to the photos of kids naked when they were young, because later, it'll be an embarrassment. you're going to sue me? oh, yeah. tub time. >> we decided to talk about this with someone other than carson and asked you on twitter, should
photos of kids online. 86% said no. 14% say yes. it's a violation of privacy. >> kids should take pictures of their parents and post it online. see how you like it. >> my 1-year-old could post. she sent pictures to you the other day. >> she did. >> you know throwing the coins in the public fountains? >> for good luck. >> psychologists say it feels good. it gives life to our hopes, dreams and wishes. do you want to know how much the coins get? >> who gets it? >> the lake at the bellagio in las vegas gets $12,000. the mall of america fountain, $24,000. both of those donate to charity. buckingham fountain only gets $200 a year. they say it's too big and people
the park district seems that money. >> makes sense though. >> raise your hand if you reached in if you needed spare change. >> feed your meters. >> need the coins. >> people who eat at chick-fil-a are not just getting a side order of fries, they're also getting a good helping of family time. this is a good idea. the fast food chain unveiled a new challenge. at every table in the restaurant, there is a little box called a cell phone coupe. when you walk into the restaurant, put your cell phone in the little box and place it on silent. then you're supposed to enjoy your meal without any high-tech distractions. do something like talk to your children and your family members. families successfully complete the challenge, they get a free ice cream cone later. one owner has noticed more chatter in the restaurant. >> this is the best chicken in the game. >> incredible. >> it's a good sandwich. the bun especially.
>> that's the only reason we did this story, to get the free chicken chicken. >> these have been in your pocket since yesterday. that's why they're warm. >> i got two hours of sleep. just a disclaimer. so the rolling stones set to make history again. carson, there's a mighty pop start. >> we'll start with kris jenner and more of her interview with ellen, reflecting on the mini series about the o.j. simpson murder trial. we showed you some of the interview on tuesday. in the new clip, kris explains why she feels she failed nicole brown simpson. >> we were supposed to have lunch the day after she was murdered. she said she wanted to show me some things and talk about what was in her safe. now, unfortunately, it all makes sense, that that's probably what she wanted to reveal to me that next day.
i'll always feel horrible that i didn't pay enough attention. >> important stuff. you're talking about crick fill hick-fil-a during the sound bite. >> no, it was an important interview. >> kris also talked about caitlyn jenner who said she was going to date men. kris finds it confusing. in the next half hour, natalie sits down with caitlyn herself. roller stones are heading to perform a concert in havana. they'll be the biggest act to play since the 1959 ref lugs volution. the stones will be arriving in cuba four days after president and mrs. obama make their own historic visit. finally, the "voice." the coaches pulling out all the stops. one particular artist. christina and oklahoma singer. she rocked the house with her take on "red neck woman."
let me get a big hell ya for the red neck girls like me i said hell yeah oh >> getting three chairs to turn around. at the last minute, christina tried to lure her to her team. with a big kiss right on the lips. pharrell was in shock. she's now a proud member of team there's your pop start. >> a lot going on on the "voice." >> sounded like joplin. >> that's my jam. one of my karaoke numbers. go-to. looking? >> first pop start where we've all been thrown under the bus. thanks, carson. i don't mind because you worked >> thank you. >> we have a little bit of a clipper that's going to be coming across the next few days.
dumps down to the south. dumps down to the south. accumulating snow for des moines. chicago. south bend, indiana. friday, heavy rain for the mid-atlantic coast. it makes its way up the coast a little, bringing snow to the northeast. how much? here's what we're looking for between thursday and friday. cedar rapids, chicago, columbus, maybe 2 to 4 inches. new york city, 1 to 3. heavier snow as you get down into the delmarva peninsula. southward of washington,on amy: good morning central florida, i' m amy sweezey. a cold font fries to the area. it will not make it cold. we are headed to the upper 70' s
>> that's your latest weather. savannah? >> al, thank you so much. this morning, we have more of our series, up for the job today. we became interns. matt, you had a good job. >> it was cool. for my internship, i was lucky enough to work at jfk airport here in new york in one of the most pressure-packed offices around. it's air traffic control tower. >> reporter: jfk is one of the busiest airports in the world, with more than 1,000 flights each day. 90 airlines moving 150,000 passengers in and out of the city skies. so i head to work in the control tower, 17 stories up. >> it's my first day as an intern. they gave me a security pass. watch. control tower up here. crazy. >> reporter: my boss for the day, dave, jfk's air traffic manager. >> good to have you here.
of controllers that run a high wire balancing act. moving planes along jfk's 50 miles of runways and taxi ways. >> jet blue on the runway now. another two behind him. >> landing plane has the right away over a departing plane. >> still on the ground and able to stop. >> reporter: controllers have eyes across 5,000 acres and rely on radar, too. tower is up in the clouds. when you look out, all you can see the white. >> is it nerve rack wracking, knowing there are hundreds of planes and you can't see them? >> is it for you, will? >> a lot of weather out there, you get stressed a little bit but you can't let it get to you. >> reporter: this is one cool group under control. pressure. controllers can be talking to ten pilots at once. as many as 60 in bad weather. with this job, one mistake means no reset button.
high, if they work 90 minutes, then they'll get a fairly good chunk of time off, is that right? >> correct. we never want them working more than two hours at one time without a break. >> it's also a bit of a young man's job, isn't it? i mean, i read that 65, you're done in here. you realize i'm an intern for a job i've already aged out on? >> yes. >> great. >> reporter: they put me to work anyway, starting with stuffing strips. a computer prints out flight details from pilots with requests to depart or land. will works clearance. >> information below it is the type of airplane, 737 they fly. altitude they want to climb to when they get to the cruising altitude. this is the route they'll fly from jfk to minneapolis. >> reporter: next, it's time for training from the simulator. what they call the sim. my instructor, tom. >> we're going to be landing on runway 31 right, right out the window over here. >> these are planes waiting to land on 31 right?
>> reporter: it doesn't take long for me to understand the intensity of the job. >> delta 6270, this is kennedy tower. >> wind. >> wind is 310. >> at 9. >> at 9. >> runway? >> 31 right. >> clear to land. >> and you're clear to land. >> you did it. >> he's not down yet. >> that's only half the job. now, this whole line is over here, matt. if you look at the radar, we have an arrival for the runway about eight miles out. we have to make sure this departure is airborne before this arrival gets here. >> in reading my homework, is that what they call shooting the gap? >> this is shooting the gap. >> reporter: two planes in, one plane out. imanage to shoot age age age age age age -- manage to shoot the gap. this takes focus to a new level. >> american 1515 this is kennedy tower. 31 left.
winds 310 at 9. taxi left alpha. >> reporter: it's a huge adrenaline rush. >> first one away. got them off the runway. >> reporter: when i think i'm getting a feel for it, this happens. >> can i get some rain and lightning lightning? now you lost visibility. >> i can't see any plane landing now. i don't even see the end of 31 left, where i know i've got three or four planes waiting to take off. >> you can see it over here on your ground radar. >> things have gone from bad to worse here at kennedy. it was raining, which was bad enough for me. couldn't see a thing. now it's snowing. >> snowing. make sure things don't get worse. we have an arrival five miles out, and we have somebody sitting on the runway that has to depart. >> i manage to leave the simulator without causing major accidents. controllers say the view doesn't get old. it's spectacular on the ground, too. >> where the rubber meets the road.
it's all about that. >> reporter: so as a fitting end to my internship, i sign off. >> hope you enjoyed interning here today. >> are you kidding? i loved it. >> thank you for helping with the strip. >> least i could do. >> interesting. >> it was really cool. >> felt the pressure? >> you only hear about those people when something goes wrong. on a daily basis, they do the job so well. day in and day out. >> what's amazing, the little strips of paper in such a high-tech world. that's what they use. >> it's part of it. others are on computer. there's one great radar ground traffic. you see every plane moving on the runways, on this piece of radar. >> wow. >> united used to have on channel 9, you could listen to the chatter from the tower. i listened to it on the plane, ready to take off. it's amazing how much these people have to keep in check. >> in the simulator when you clear a plane to takeoff or
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wednesday, march 2nd, 2016. happy birthday. we have a lot of great folks on our plaza this morning. it was raining. >> temperatures are going to start dropping. >> getting a little chilly. good morning, everybody. nice to have you on a super wednesday. >> speaking of super, jill is inside with a super special steals and deals. trying to make every day essentials more affordable, including an unbelievable bar gain, gain, lady ies, on a handbag. >> it's nice. plus, what happens when you combine cinnamon roll with a rich pound cake. you get heaven. that's what you get. we're about to learn the recipe for a match made in heaven. that's like the handbag, must-have of the day. >> that's my segment! >> lucky. >> love it. al, check of the weather? >> don't do the weather.
anyway, let's show you what's going on. >> i love pound cake. >> who doesn't? for today, windy conditions, snow in northern new england. rain moving into the pacific northwest. snow showers through the great lakes. sunny skies in the gulf coast. tomorrow, we have a mix through the mid mississippi and ohio river valley. snow across the great lakes. little clipper. we have more wet weather in your central and northern california, pacific northwest with the snow. plenty of sunshine through texas. warm as you get to the southwest, 90 degrees tomorrow in phoenix. sunny and 81 in miami. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's 's amy: good morning central florida, i' m amy sweezey. a cold font fries to the area. it will not make it cold. we are headed to the upper 70'
>> we have got nice friends here. it's your birthday. what's your name? >> mckenzie. >> where are you from? >> knoxville, tennessee. >> we have another birthday. hold on a minute. cola, south carolina. >> yes. >> fantastic. right next to pepsi. >> yeah. >> let's head back inside to the gang. >> al, thank you. after covering the oscars for us this weekend, natalie stayed out in california. she got an interview with kaitlyn caitlyn jenner. good morning. we miss you. >> miss you, too. i needed to find new friends and visited caitlyn jenner. after her much-talked about trants sigs, caitlyn kate
everything from dating to politics. >> hello, ladies. >> i've been around women all my life, and they would have girls nights. they'd say, you can't come. i always thought, well, that's just not fair. >> reporter: that's all changed. hanging out with the girls is now part of caitlyn's new world. >> i woke up the other morning, and i thought to myself, it has been so long in my life when i woke up happy. >> reporter: it's been a whirlwind nine months. she's not only revealed her transition to the world, but faced public scrutiny and strong criticism from even within her new transgender community. >> yours is a place of privilege. how you came into this was being able to afford the best of the best doctors. the best therapists to help you transition. >> most trans people, okay, have -- can deal with their
mine was being publicly displayed around the world. >> reporter: in season two of "i am cait" on our sister channel e, the 66-year-old is seen developing friendships with and learning from other transgender women, who she calls her girl squad. >> there is a revelation in the very first episode that you may be ready to start dating. not just dating, but dating men? >> yes, there is a revelation in that. i know people are always interested in that. right now, i am just so busy, kind of doing what i'm doing. but it would be nice to kind of share your life with somebody. >> yeah. >> but, hey, i'm open. >> reporter: something that hasn't changed, caitlyn is still a staunch republican, which led to heated exchanges during the group's bus travels across the country. >> i'm not blaming it on republicans or conservatives.
of the bus. when we do get a candidate, i certainly be talk ly ly will talk to them. i admit the democrats, as far as trans issues, are better than the republicans. >> i've grown up in a democratic party. we've never been one to listen to republicans. but having that conversation with cait actually did open up my eyes to some things. vice versa, like she was open to listen to some things. >> since caitlyn told her story and came forward and transitioned in front of the public, what has that done? >> it has allowed the kids to come out at a much younger age. a lot of doors have been opened, courtesy of ms. caitlyn jenner. >> i can't describe how much it changed, you know, when caitlyn came out. it was a different, more respectful, to okay, this is something real. >> i think what we should do,
night, i think what we should do is we should have a vote. for a new member. >> what? >> are you kidding me? that is such an honor. >> a vote right here. hands up for in. i'll throw her in. >> okay. >> you're officially into girls night. here's your official girls night bracelet. we all got them. >> amazing. >> guys, i have a new set of friends out here. check it out. i'm still wearing my girls night bracelet this morning. it was just really just a great conversation with all of the ladies, and i really do feel honored that they wanted to talk to me and share some of the issues that affect them. >> it was fascinating, natalie. thank you very much. really appreciate that. >> you got it. the new season of "i am cait" premieres on e.
we are back now. 8:39. we've got part three of our week-long series called compelling compulsions. >> eating disorders are thought a problem that only impacts women. but you're about to meet a young man from texas whose obsession drove himself to lose half his body weight. here is today's n bc correspondent craig melvin. >> reporter: bo is busy counting deductions as he studies to be an accountant, but there was a time he was obsessed with counting calories. bo is healthy now, but not long ago, he forced himself on to a starvation diet to get what he thought was the ideal physique. the reality was unhealthy and horrifying to family and friends. as a boy, bo was always one of
in high school, he bulked to nearly 300 pounds to play football. but he was never happy with how he looked. >> i was in choir, and i had done a show on stage and saw a picture of myself. i said, once football is done, i'm not going to be that big next year. >> reporter: he lost 45 pounds before heading off to college. >> the fear of getting big again really took me to an extreme. that's when i started doing like 700 calories a day. >> reporter: that's right. while many first-year college students go on a diet of pizza and chicken wings, bo started eating between 600 and 700 calories a day, six days a week. >> what does 700 calories look like? >> breakfast would be an apple, banana, blueberries. lunch was 3 ounces of chicken and a cup of green beans. dinner would be the same amount of chicken, 3 ounces, a aparagus
>> reporter: bo got down to 160 pounds on his 6'4" frame. his family witnessed the changes each time he came home on break. >> it literally scared me. i could see his spine, vertebrae, his ribs. i've been in the mission field and i've been to africa, and i have not seen that kind of skinny except on a malnourished child. >> reporter: bo's father bruce worried his son was seriously ill. >> i went back in my bedroom and i wept because i thought my son is dying right in front of me. he won't listen to me. >> i was miserable but i thought i looked good. the scary thing is, i thought i had weight still to lose. >> reporter: bo wouldn't listen to his dad but he began having doubts when his grandfather, a doctor, told him he needed help. that's where trainer justin came? >> how did he look? >> if you can imagine somebody that doesn't eat and all they do is exercise, that's what he looked like. >> looked sick. >> sick.
workouts and a game plan to get healthy. >> you have to eat properly. if you're not planning out your nutrition, like you would plan out your finances, then you're going to fail. >> reporter: bo is 1 of 10 million american men who have eating disorders. >> because these illnesses are still very misunderstood as girls and women's issues, it's that much harder for boys and men to reach out for help. because there is this stigma. >> reporter: bo's message to other guys struggling in silence, don't carry the weight all on your own. >> when you look in the mirror now, what do you see? >> now, i see someone that's happy. and healthy. really is having a great time. this is probably the happiest i've been in my life. >> reporter: for "today", craig melvin, nbc news. >> takes a lot of courage to tell that story, as well. >> it does. >> if you want to get a closer
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>> today, these are essentials, as you said, basics that you need for your wardrobe. they're meant to better your life in a certain way. >> you need to replace them. we start with bras. shouldn't be wearing the bra from seventh grade? >> right. every nine to twelve months, replenish your bras because they stretch out and give less support. these are one size fits all which is random but they stretch to you.
the retail is $74 to $86. there's four different sets. if you go on today.com, you could see the difference. the pads are removable, so versatile and super supportive. the deal, $24. up to 72% off. >> for one bra? >> for a set of two. >> okay, nice. and you get the different colors. >> you can pick. >> we're not walking. the set moving because i have this medical boot. >> i want to correct myself. it's a set of four. my fault. >> that's a screaming deal. what about these clothes? >> when you dress up during the day and open your closet and feel good about yourself, you're more productive throughout the day. it's a fact. when you're hope if you wear sweats you feel cozy, comfy and cute, you'll be more productive at home. this is sweats and tees. retail, $136. this is a classic set. you can actually mix and match the sweatpants and the t-shirts.
wear to boost productivity. the celebrity tans include jennifer beals jen jessica beal and mila kunis. i wear these and they really are comfortable. >> i'm still wearing my sweats. >> wouldn't be steals and deals without jewels. >> i'm impressed by the spinning and the boot. >> i hope we have a steal on a medical boot. >> bedazzled. the new statement necklace is layering. you do this with your charm necklace. the retail is $225. all letters are available. if you look really close, there's a diamond there. >> super sweet. >> either 22 karat gold dipped or with a satin $48, 79% off. >> really cute.
you wearing mj? >> jm. >> jill martin. >> i have it on backwards. >> who is mj? >> mystery man that i don't know about. >> okay. makeup. >> you really are supposed to replenish anything with a wand in your makeup. mascara, lip gloss, every three to six months because of bacteria. concealer and foundation, six months to a year, depending how often you use it. the retail, $130. it's your choice of two beauty collections. go on today.com to see the different sets you can get. comes with a bag. each come with three shade options. depending on your skin tone. it's really spelled out on the website, as to your tone. the deal, $39, 70% off. >> great. last but not least, the handbag you've been telling us about all week. >> yeah. you can wear it this way. >> cute. >> i will wear it as the foldover. >> okay. >> if you're going to buy a statement bag, it's great for it
you really only need one bag a season. for some, one bag a year. make sure it goes with the wardrobe so you can wear it all the time. so the retail, $385. again, it's a foldover. if you don't have a lot of things in your bag, you can wear it like this. removable strap, six colors. the brand's best-selling tote. the deal, 82 $82, 79% off. >> nice leather. you'll go to the orange room and i'll go through the deals. bras from coobie sweats that will make you more productive. ella poe necklaces. makeup and handbag from the brand, not rational. fwo to the go to the steals and deals page on today.com. carson and jill? we teached up ed
jill, in addition to a "today" contributor, fan of michael jordan, you also have a fashion line with qvc. you're on the lookout for another great idea. >> if anybody is named michael james. >> there we go. >> this time around, there's a twist. we're looking specifically for mom inventors or what we call mom mompreneurs. head to today.com to enter. you'll have a chance to appear looifr in live in our studio. the product will sell next day live on qvc with me. enter entries are due by friday. up next, how does a cinnamon roll pound cake sound right now? delicious. we'll show you how easy it is to make one.
jocelyn, the author of "grandbaby cakes," good to see you. >> thank you for having me. >> look downstairs. we have these people at the table. they're going to chase down the chick-fil-a sandwich we just devoured with your cinnamon cake. look at the ingredients. >> great ingredients. these are sort of typical but we have butter, lots of butter for a good pound cake. we've also got two types of flour. i love to use a cake flour so it makes it nice and tender. then we use the all-purpose flour. >> this is big mama's recipe. >> yeah, my grandmother. i love her so much. she's my inspiration for baking. i added a modern twist. this is great for people, millenials, too. >> let's get started with the mixing. first of all, you have buttered that pan. >> you also always have to prepare your pan. i also added flour to make sure it doesn't stick. >> talk about adding things together. >> this goes inside of the cake. we've got some melted butter, a
we've got also some cinnamon and flour. mix it all together until it's smooth. it's going to be your inside. >> we're going to abbreviate the process. i know you go wet and dry ingredients. >> absolutely. here, we've been creaming our butter until it's nice and fluffy. getting as much air as possible. we'll add the eggs in one at a time. make sure it's totally incorporated. once you've got that in, that's when we get to adding our flour. beautiful batter. see how beautiful it is? >> great consistency. >> then you add in sour cream. super moist cake. add that in. along with a little oil, too. this makes sure that if you even like overbake it a little, it'll be totally, totally moist. thank you so much. >> vanilla. >> absolutely. great vanilla. you also make sure you do not overbake this or overmix. >> put a little of the batter in. then what, another layer? >> right here, we're going to
i'll put this, ladle this over the top, a little bit, and then we are going to take our swirls here. >> mess it up. >> another layer of the batter on top of that. >> then you're going to bake it. >> pop it in the oven for how long? >> for about 85 minutes. until it's beautiful and golden brown. >> you don't have to be careful with the icing because that's the best part. >> the best part. everyone loves the cream cheese icing. got to put this on top. >> how's it taste? >> yummy. >> thank you, big mama! >> big mama is like, oh, yeah. >> the ladies were admiring your rings. >> we were. >> thank you. >> pretty. >> gorgeous. >> and she can cook. how about that?
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