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? good morning. breaking overnight. former secretary of state colin powell hacked. his e-mails revealed. calling donald trump a national disgrace. and accusing the clinton campaign of trying to drag him into her e-mail scandal. this morning, powell telling nbc news, the hackers have more. targeted. chilling video showing the moment a driver plows into a group of police officers outside a phoenix gas station, throwing one of them into the air. >> this is a violent, cowardly act on our police officers. >> the suspect arrested after this violent struggle and facing attempted murder charges. southern soaker. overnight, tropical storm julia develops over florida.
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and shakeup. she was supposed to be the savior of weight watchers, but nearly a year after oprah winfrey became a major investor, the scales have now tipped. the ceo is out, and oprah and the company are looking for a new leader today, wednesday, september 14th, 2016. from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaz morning, everybody. welcome to "today," wednesday morning, willie for matt again. and hacked e-mails. starting to be the story of this election. >> yeah, this time general colin powell, tough words about donald trump and also about hillary clinton. we'll get to that in just a second. let's get to the state of the race. with the election now just 55 days away, donald trump starts off in flint, michigan, his first visit there. they'll tour the treatment plant behind the water crisis and meet with residents.
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in ohio. hillary clinton off the trail for another day as she recovers from pneumonia. president clinton will fill in las vegas and chelsea clinton makes several stops in north carolina and virginia. hillary clinton is expected to resume campaign activities tomorrow. and take a look at this new bloomberg poll out just this morning, focused on the race in the state of ohio. it shows trump now leading by five points. 48-33. in a state that may swing this election. >> a lot of moving pieces. national correspondent, peter alexander. we start with the hacking. former secretary of state colin powell. peter, good morning to you. >> reporter: savannah, as you just said, hillary clinton will resume campaigning going to north carolina and washington, d.c., tomorrow after her bout with pneumonia. this morning, another wild card. the packed personal e-mails of colin powell with sharp criticism for donald trump and
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taking heat from former secretary of state, colin powell. hacked personal e-mails first reported by buzzfeed sent within the last several months to a former staffer reveal powell's contempt for the republican nominee. calling trump a national disgrace and an international pariah. and blasting trump for fueling the idea that president obama wasn't born in the u.s. yep, the whole birther movement was racist, powell wrote. so far, the trump campaign hasn't responded. the e-mails published by a russian hackers. powell confirming the exchange with nbc news, adding "the hackers have a lot more." in one e-mail, written back in may to a democratic adviser, powell expresses frustration with the clinton camp and her e-mail controversy. writing, i told hillary's minions they're making a mistake trying to drag me in yet they still try. the media isn't fooled and she's getting crucified. clinton still re cooperating is expected back on the trail
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to women voters, trump took the stage with his daughter, ivanka, unveiling a child care plan that includes six weeks of paid maternity leaving and allowing parents to deduct child care expenses. trump falsely claiming that clinton doesn't have her own proposal. >> my opponent has no child care plan. she never will. >> reporter: in fact, clinton first detailed her child care proposals in the spring of 2015, before trump was even a candidate. in philadelphia, president obama on trump's outreach to blue collar voters. >> this is the guy you want? to be championing working people? >> reporter: and testifying to clinton's stamina, reminiscing about their 2008 primary battle. >> hillary is tough? every time i thought i had that race won. i was like going up the rocky steps. i was about to celebrate, and then i look and she's right there.
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physician, dr. oz, reviewing the results of a recent physical. how much will be shared remains unclear. >> look, the metaphor for me, is this is a doctor's office, the studio. so i'm not going to ask questions she doesn't want to have answered. >> reporter: as for the e-mails, the fbi is investigating russian hacks, but this morning we have no knowledge whether they're investigating hacks specifically targeting colin powell's e-mails. donald trump last night lashed out at president obama. here's what he tweeted in remarks. writing, why isn't president obama working instead of campaigning for hillary clinton? for his sake, the president's approval rating right now stands at 58%. >> all right. peter alexander, thank you. let's turn to nicolle wallace, our analyst. good morning to you. >> good morning, you guys. >> let's set this up. colin powell, former republican secretary of state under george w. bush, but also endorsed obama. these e-mails are out. there's a little something for everybody there.
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he talks about trump is a national disgrace and says the clinton campaign is trying to pin this on him. who does it help, who does it hurt? will it matter. >> it it solves a mystery as to why anyone isn't endorsed in this race. it's a human being's nightmare to have their most personal thoughts shared around the world. he's a human being. he wrote these things he thought in private and thought they would stay private. that sa respected figure in a political climate where there aren't too many of them. you can count them on both hands. so i think it will cut both of them a little bit. i think his critiques -- he's still a person widely respected by a broad swath of the middle of the country, which is -- we talk a lot in the squeaky wheels get the grease and usually on the far right and far left. the selection will be decided at this point by people whose minds are still hope. and to those people, colin powell has play. >> you know, he calls donald trump an international pariah.
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e-mails he's got nothing but disdain and disgust for donald trump. but he does talk a lot about hillary clinton too. and one of the subjects, march of 2015 now. we're talking about he writes this "she doesn't look good," of hillary clinton. "she's working herself to death." questions from people like colin powell, people who are perhaps even partial to her, if you read the e-mails, about her health. >> and he says she doesn't look good on hd-tv. none of us do. but, be seen -- it will depend on which side you're standing, right? which side of the divide you stand on. if you're rudy guiliani and have been pressing this case for a long time, then you'll seize on to this and say, ha! running for president is a grind. it is grueling. you look tired because you are tired. but on the other hand, the comments about donald trump are some of the harshest yet.
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a lot of disgust with the tone and tenor of his candidacy. and when you see what someone like colin powell said in private, where he didn't hold back, he called him a national disgrace. >> tough, tough words. >> nicole, you are not done. we have one more thing we want to talk to you about. stand by there. >> all right. that's right. the trump campaign is fighting back this morning after new york's attorney general revealed he's open to inquiry to trump's charitable foundation. hallie jackson has more on that. good morning. >> hi. good morning to you. donald trump's team insisting this new inquiry is purely political, as new york's ag looks into who trump's foundation donated to, and what that money went toward. donald trump's team touting his charity. >> this is a man who has given away tens of millions of dollars. >> donald trump has been incredibly generous over the course of his life. >> but today his philanthropy
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post" raised questions about his foundation. the new york attorney general's office opening an inquiry, looking into what a source familiar with the probe calls "trumping transactions." this after the post reported several charities never received the money trump's foundation said it gave. and found $20,000 seems to have been spent on a six foot tall portrait of trump himself. th president obama. >> the other candidate foundation took money other people gave to his charity and then bought a six-foot-tall painting of himself. he had the taste not to go for the ten-foot version. >> reporter: the inquiry, led by new york's ag, erich schneider man. >> we have been looking into the trump foundation to make sure it's compliant with the laws that govern charities in new york. >> schneiderman, a democrat, has tangled with trump before, suing
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ag, a partisan hack, adding, quote, this is nothing more than another left wing hit job designed to distract from crooked hillary clinton's disastrous week. trump's recent donations include $1 million to a veteran's group. but the post found he hasn't contributed to his own foundation since 2008. instead, using other people's money to make charitable gifts. >> before this may, before that million dollars he gave to veterans under a lot of media pressure, when was the last time a charity and how much did he give? and what was his history out of his own pocket? >> reporter: questions that could be answered if trump releases his tax returns. >> i give a lot of money to charity. i think i revealed over a period of years, i've given over $100 million to charity. >> reporter: and by the way, we should mention that our parent company, nbc universal, donated $500,000 to trump's foundation back in 2012. this morning, hillary clinton's
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video. take a look. hitting trump on some of these questions. trump has already been forced to pay a penalty tax to the irs for a donation to a group associated with florida's attorney general. that was right around the time her office was considering, but did not pursue, an investigation into trump university. both she and trump have denied any wrongdoing. willie, savannah, back to you. >> thank you. let's bring in msnbc's chief legal correspondent, ari melbourne and with us as well. how does an inquiry proceed? >> a review of whether there were any laws in new york state broken regarding these charities. since 2008, this trump family foundation hasn't had a lot of trump or family. and that may be news and make voters take a second look whether this is a charity at all. >> the question is, is there a legal problem? to be clear, this attorney general's investigation would not be a criminal investigation.
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what we know that anyone would be at risk of going to jail here. the question is whether these laws that governor charities in new york were violated and whether in some way either there was false accounting or this so-called nonprofit was actually being used for enough profitable purposes the hammer would come down. >> the trump campaign has said erich schneiderman is a hillary supporter, has endorsed hillary clinton, has gone after donald trump with a lawsuit on trump university and now going after th interest here? >> no conflict in the legal sense of the word. this is a very serious charge from the trump campaign last night. basically saying that this prosecutor is trying to do this for political purposes. if that were true, that itself would be a crime. the trump campaign hasn't put out any evidence that. we are eight weeks out from an election, it's understandable people are wondering what's going on here. no evidence that attorney general schneiderman is doing anything other than an investigation. >> that brings me nicely to
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first of all, do you think that voters who are paying attention will care about this issue, this notion that trump, according to this reporting, is not putting his own money in the foundation, is taking money and then taking credit for donations? and in one case, spending this money that was supposed to be for charity on a portrait of himself? >> yeah -- >> how does that play? >> a portrait of yourself is a thing you need to book a shrink for that. i think this idea that his charity didn't do enough good is really -- to be so rich that you ha a wrap your brain around. and not a lot of people think you're bad if you'r good charit went astray. this is best used as a defensive weapon to guard the clinton camp against criticisms about their charity. >> the clinton foundation -- >> they're not -- >> that criticism has gotten legs. >> because of the interlay with the state department. which is a u.s. government entity. that's where i think she's been vulnerable. not the actual work of the actual charity.
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liability because there were allegations that it was connected with some favors for pay by the u.s. government. i think this will become sort of a battle between two charities. you heard president obama frame it up pretty well saying hillary clinton's charity saves lives, donald trump's charity did what you just described, bought a very tall portrait of donald trump. >> we'll see if they use this on the trail. thank you. another high-profile cyberattack getting a lot of attention this morning. the confidential medical information of several star american athletes. here's nbc's national correspondent, miguel almaguer. >> reporter: the victims are some of team usa's top athletes. simone biles. serena and venus williams. and wnba stars. the world anti doping agency says its confidential medical
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espionage group and the information made public. it happened one month after most russian athletes were banned from the olympic games after a widespread doping scandal. >> it's really a shame. and quite despicable, frankly, that a group of people would attack innocent athletes to divert attention away from the obvious state-run doping system in the state of russia. >>. >> the american athletes are firing back. simone biles, who has a medical exemption to take a substance after she was diagnosed with adhd, says on twitter, nothing to be ashamed. nothing i'm afraid to let people know. venus williams says she followed the rules. della done, i would like to thank the hackers for making the world aware i take a medication for a condition i've been diagnosed with. >> even your private information is no longer safe.
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information was stolen by fancy bears, the same group tied to the recent hack of the democratic national committee. the russian government denies any involvement. this morning, the doping agency says the attacks targeting our athletes may not be over. for "today," miguel almaguer, nbc news. now to that disturbing video we showed you at the top of the show. a driver slamming his car into three police officers in phoenix, arizona. tamron is here with the latest on that story. this is so difficult to watch. authorities say that act was intentional. the three officers standing outside of a gas station when the driver steered directly at them. dramatic surveillance video released overnight shows the moment of a plan plowed his car into three police officers at a phoenix gas station. the force of the impact sending one of the officers flying into the air and through the store's window. another camera angle shows the driver pulling up to a gas pump.
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accelerating, heading straight for the officers, including an eight-year veteran, a sergeant with more than 18 years experience. and a rookie who had just completed field training and was on his first official shift. >> our phoenix police officers were targeted. >> these officers could have easily been killed. and i thank god that we're not planning three funerals right now. >> reporter: the two officers struck by the vehicles sustained serious but nonlife threatening injuries. of the third officer was able to jump out of the way. >> unbelievable. our officer that hits glass gets back up and engages in the fight to take the suspect in custody. >> reporter: the suspect, 44-year-old mark payne, struggled with the officers before they were able to take him into custody. he's been charged with three counts of attempted first degree murder. payne was treated briefly at an area hospital. police say they do not yet know what motivated that vicious attack. it is unbelievable to see that. >> hard to watch. >> nonlife threatening. >> tough.
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let's take a turn now. dylan watching the weather and a new storm to worry about. >> as of the 11:00 p.m. update last night, a tropical storm sitting off the coast of florida and georgia. it is bringing heavy rain to the southeast. take a look at jacksonville florida, yesterday. very gusty winds. an inch-and-a-half of much-needed rain yesterday. this is only the first tropical storm ever to form over florida itself. only about 2% of storms form over land. and that's what happed so it was a very interesting case. and now we have most of our heavy rain across northeastern georgia. we also have heavier rain moving into the charleston area. winds still at 40 miles per hour. and this storm, while it will weaken, is really not moving all that quickly. here you see by friday, 2:00 a.m., winds still up to 25 miles per hour. but it's just sitting across parts of georgia. so we are going to see the rain continue with flash flood watches in effect, because of the fact we could see some flash flooding.
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much as 5 to 7 inches of rain. so that's an area we need to focus on for the rest of the week. that's a look at the weather across the country. ? there's no one road out there. no one surface... no one speed... no one way of driving on each and every road. but there is one car that can conquer them all. the mercedes-benz c-class. five driving modes let you customize the steering, shift points, and suspension to fit the mood you're in... and the road you're on. lease the c300 for $369 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. >> chris: good wednesday morning, everyone. a milder start to the day. a lot of sunshine to start the day, as well. we'll track a cool front in here this afternoon. that will provide scattered showers and storm, mainly between 3:00 and 7:00 p.m. they're hit-and-miss. a few containing gusty winds and brief downpours as that broken line does work on through it.
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tomorrow. mid to upper 80s this afternoon. eye to the sky this afternoon. over the weekend, 50/50 split. saturday the pick and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you. coming up, is the oprah effect at weight watchers already fading? why the ceo is stepping down and what oprah herself is not doing about it. >> and matt in conversation with nfl commissioner, roger goodell. his message to parents about concussions in football and the new initiative to protect players.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i know more about isis then the generals do. john mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero, he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, i've had tremendous success, i think... those are sacrifices? >> this is 7news now. >> christa: good morning, everybody. 7:26. it's bright and sunny. warmer than this time yesterday. here's chris lambert with your forecast. >> chris: temperatures running in the 06s. we're up to 40s and 50s this
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80s this afternoon. wind out of the northwest. a bit of a breeze. it's quiet now. you saw all that sunshine over route 9 in natick. we track a cool front in here later on today. scattered showers and storms between 3:00 and 7:00 p.m. high temperatures mid to upper 08s. a couple showers and storms. >> christa: your headlines: according to officers, three boys in townsend say this man jumped out from behind a rock near the allegedly tried to grab one boy and hitting another on the neck. police say there is no threat to the general public, however. jury selection begins today for a new sentencing trial for convicted murderer gary lee sampson. he was convicted of killing three people, including two in massachusetts in 2002001. he was sentenced to death. later that sentence was thrown out.
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? 7:30 now, wednesday morning. halfway through this month. can you believe it? we're halfway through the week. good morning. the morning. the ceo of wells fargo appeared on cnbc last night, and apologized for the scandal that's rocking his bank. this after it was found to create fake customers accounts. >> we regret any situation where a customer got an account they did not request. there is nothing in our culture or vision of values that would support. >> wells fargo agreed to a $185
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developed near jacksonville, florida, last last night. the tenth named storm of the atlantic hurricane season bringing rain to florida, georgia and coastal south carolina. and hillary clinton plans to return to the campaign trail tomorrow after taking a few days after to recover from pneumonia. she was scheduled to be at an eventuality in las vegas today, but her husband, president bill clinton, will attend in her place. >> and here it today's campaign moment. candid comments from ivanka megyn kelly asked about donald trump's statements about women. >> my father can be an equal opportunity offender. he treats women equal. he has said plenty of rough things about men over the years and i discourage him from doing that as i discourage him from doing that with women. >> ivanka adding her father is authentic and man or woman, he will tell anyone what is on his
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weight watchers find a new leader after its vo suddenly resigned. hoda following this for us. good morning. >> a lot of news in this department. when she first teamed up with weight watchers, oprah shed some pounds and helped the kwp get new members. since then, a steady dekrin in membership. now the company is opening oprah can save the day once again. >> i have lost 26 pounds and i have eaten bread every single day. >> the billionaire media mogul bought 10% of the company stock, joined its board of directors as an adviser and helped the value of weight watchers soar $1.4 billion. >> i just love it. >> reporter: but nearly a year after oprah's involvement with weight watchers started, it's now her wallet experiencing a loss, shedding an estimated $117 million as shares of the company have come down 66% since she came on board.
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is counting on oprah to it turn things around announcing board members will be actively involved in the search for a new ceo. and look forward to working with her or him in shaping the future of weight watchers. >> she clearly is our most famous board member. she is clearly their most famous customer. so if there is any, you know, magic left in that oprah brand, she's going to be the person that gets them over the hump. >> reporter: immediately after oprah got involved in weight watchers, enrollment in the weight loss program increased dramatically, but those numbers have dropped off and competition from fitness trackers and calorie counting apps have cut into the bottom line. >> many times you look into the mirror and don't recognize your own self. >> reporter: they are hoping a new ceo can attract new members and keep current ones. oprah and weight watchers
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and hoping to regain lost revenue in the process. while oprah is one of the board members involved in the search for the new ceo, she is not being considered for the job. so you watch the stock do this thing. i think it was $7 when it started. it was up to $26. now it's back to $9 or 9 something. >> it's interesting. there is no question there was an oprah effect. >> absolutely. >> obviously a shot in the arm. and now we'll see how it all plays out. thank you. let's swing over to dylan in for al and weather. hey, dylan. >> could be the last real hot day we're going to see. >> i hope so. >> up around 90 degrees and then we get back into the 70s and stay that way for at least the next couple of weeks. we are looking at unseasonably warm temperatures from the southeast into the northeast to new york city, 89 degrees today. washington, d.c., 93. you go down to charlotte, atlanta, and temperatures around 90 degrees. likely close to records in d.c., philadelphia, baltimore, even up into boston, but i don't think
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though, that will start working in as early as tomorrow. we drop down into the mid to upper 70s as we get into the weekend and mid 80s across the southeast. so we're seasonal and more comfortable and still very nice. >> chris: good wednesday morning, everyone. a milder start to the day. a lot of sunshine to start the day, as well. we'll track a cool front in here this afternoon. that will provide scattered showers and storm, mainly between 3:00 and 7:00 p.m. they're hit-and-miss. a few containing gusty winds and brief downprs they clear it out and cool it down again overnight tonight or tomorrow. mid to upper 80s this afternoon. eye to the sky this afternoon. over the weekend, 50/50 split. saturday the pic and that's your latest forecast. >> all right, dylan. thank you so much. coming up, a staged version of the beloved sitcom "family ties." how one of the big stars feels about that idea. and next, matt's exclusive interview with nfl commissioner,
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? we're back at 7:40. in an open letter in this morning's "wall street journal." nfl commissioner roger goodell. the nfl will dedicate $100 million to medical research, player safety and developing new
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goodell, exclusively, and ask him how quickly he believes this money will change the game. >> i think it will change the game immediately. we have invested significantly in the past to further research. but we have also not waited on research. we have made rule changes. we have made changes in our equipment. we have done things to improve the way the game is played. we have changed our protocols to make sure that we are can get care to our players at the earliest possible opportunity. so we're going to invest in science. some of that will take a few years to develop. but we think we're changing the game today, matt. >> i remember 2009, commissioner, you testified before congress. and it was a representative who talked to you and said that she compared the nfl to the tobacco industry. and she said where the tobacco industry denied the connection between cigarette smoking and
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between the game and head injuries. >> well, i disagree entirely with that position. because of all of the work we have done. in fact, in 2009/2010, was the time we put that on our poster. it will sit in our locker room. and that poster says that if your brain injuries and repetitive brain contact is not properly managed, then that can lead to long-term health consequences. so i think we have been the leader in this area. we have been very c take to make our game safer. >> so let's talk about changes. i remember an example last season case keenum and the rams. and we all watched as he took a hit and went down and his head hit the turf, and he grabbed his head. and i think everybody watching said "he's got a concussion." and nothing happened. stayed in the game. and when you were watching that footage, what was your first reaction? >> that our protocol was
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that case should have gotten medical treatment. and what we did is, we worked to try to evaluate our medical protocols and improve on them and make sure they're properly communicated to every medical personnel in the league. and we did that with the nfl players association. and in the off season, we just announced that -- a few weeks ago, we strengthened that so if anyone does violate our protocol on the team level, they are subject to discipline. >> did anyone get fired for , that? >> no. again, we watch the protocols, we make sure they're followed. it was a medical judgment. it's what we always want to rely on. but, no. but i think in the future, there's going to be discipline if we see protocol being broken. >> it's going to sound like a strange question. do the fans care about this? i mean, for all of the years that the data on concussions and ct and things like that has been mounting, and for all the years that there have been headlines
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death of the nfl, the game continues to grow and the ratings on television continue to grow. it's a little hard to understand. do you think the fans care? >> yes. i very much so. and i hear from our fans on that. they care about our players. they care about them today. they care about them in the future. and they want to know that we're taking care of them. and we're doing the best we can to protect them while they're playing. and for the years after they get away from the game. >> some fans who have read the headlines, commissioner, are going to hear about this it this is as much about protecting players as it is protecting the image of the nfl. the brand of the nfl." how would you respond to that? >> matt, i've been in this game for 35 years. i've known players, i care about our players. i respect what they do on and off the field. some of them i've known for 30 years, when i worked for the jets as an intern. and they're still my friends. they're sitting with me at the game on sunday. so i care about these players. >> i did an interview with brett favre a while back. and he said he doesn't have a
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would be extremely reluctant to let his son play football. that's the lifeblood of a league. that is the next generation of players. what's your message to parents? >> well, matt, listen. i understand the skepticism of the nfl. but let me just go to the american academy of pediatrics. they have looked at this issue. of young kids coming into football. and they have said, it's about proper coaching. improve the techniques. contacts. those are changes that we have been making. we've seen that on every level of football. i went by a youth football practice the other day and was watching them. i see how they're teaching the game differently. that's great for football but it's also great for all sports. >> in his open letter the commissioner writes that, quote, we can and will do better in hope of better medical care and improvement to equipment, including helmets and playing
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? it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, seeing the future? we'll show you the innovative new device that could have millions of americans saying goodbye to their reading glasses. then, bridget jones is back. >> i'm jack and this is mark. >> a new decade, a new sequel and a new love triangle. renee zellweger returns to nbc. and the first lady and the funny lady. >> customer service on aisle 2. >> ellen degeneres and michelle obama take a trip to the store. >> what do you need for that wrap you were telling me about?
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? >> 22 years of friendship on the "today" show! ? >> all the way from honolulu to see the "today" show. aloha! >> turning 40 on "today"! woo! good morning, everybody. it's 8:00, it's wednesday morning. it's the 14th of september, 2016. i can't say enough about this gorgeous weather. and this lovely crowd we've been having. it just feels like fall. it's so pretty. >> you're very bill --. >> yeah, like a two fer.
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her rough patch has given donald trump new momentum. last night he unveiled a plan for paid family leave. but now this morning he's back on defense. donald trump courting women voters with his daughter ivanka in pennsylvania and flexing his muscles. >> the polls have gone up amazingly well. i think we're going to be victorious. >> reporter: but this morning, trump is also under fresh fire. new york's democratic attorney general, erich schneiderman, who supports hillary clinton, revealing tay foundation. >> we have been concerned that the trump foundation may have engaged in impropriety. >> reporter: dismissing the probe as a left wing hit job. among the issues being raised, a $25,000 donation the trump foundation made in 2013 to florida attorney general, pam bondy, who was considering a fraud case against trump university. broken delater decided not to take up the case. both she and trump have denied
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and her decision. >> she's a fine person. never spoke to her about it at all. >> reporter: also under the microscope, the trump foundation allegedly paid $20,000 for a six-foot-tall portrait of trump, first reported in the "washington post." all fodder for a fired-up president obama, campaigning for hillary clinton in philadelphia. >> the other candidate foundation took money other people gave to his charity and then bought a 6-foot-tall paintif the ten-foot version. >> reporter: the president also touting clinton's strength after this weekend's health scare, reminding voters of their 2008 primary battle. >> hillary is tough! every time i thought i had that race won, i was like going up the rocky steps, you know? i was like -- i was about to celebrate. and then i look and she's right there! >> reporter: clinton vowing to release more medical information in the coming days. trump is expected to do the same
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thursday. and this morning, we're learning that former secretary of state colin powell is becoming the latest target of an apparent hacking. leaked e-mails show he recently wrote to an aide that donald trump is a, quote, national disgrace and called his birther movement, quote, racist. powell has confirmed to nbc news that the e-mails are authentic and he says the hackers have a lot more. savannah? >> all right, kristen welker, can you. three phoenix police officers are recovering this and it was caught on camera. the officers had just finished a call. they were standing at a gas station parking lot when suddenly you can see a car plows into them with such force, it actually threw one of the officers into the air. the driver, you see him there, was arrested, charged with attempted murder. two of the officers have serious injuries. they are expected to recover, though. the third suffered minor injuries during a struggle with the suspect. and an update now on a story
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reading glasses. medical contributor, dr. john torres, is here to explain. >> thanks to this newly approved procedure, we're all about a five-minute procedure away from much, much clearer vision. we were with the first patient in the nation to undergo this procedure. it's amazing. this is a view for a billion people worldwide. the blurry world of far-sightedness caused by aging. it affects more than 110 million americans usually beginning >> they're fuzzy. just even looking pretty much anything close up. everything looks a little fuzzy or blurred. >> reporter: it's why sherry owns nine pairs of reading glasses. >> i usually have three upstairs and three downstairs. some in my purse. >> reporter: that blurry vision is caused by the eye losing flexibility. >> everyone gets this, whether you're near-sighted, far-sighted
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not. >> just part of getting older. >> part of getting older. >> but maybe not for long. sherry is about to become the first person in the nation to get an innovative device since it was approved by the fda that reshapes part of your eye. >> all set to go. >> reporter: about half the size of a pencil eraser, it's a tiny implant called the raindrop, made mostly with water and helps your cornea focus better, improving vision for the far-sighted, like sherry. the procedure takes less than fi >> dr. torres can take a look there. >> reporter: similar to lasik surgery, which corrects nearsightedne nearsightedness, doctors use a laser to create a pocket in the cornea, and then the implant is inserted. it costs about $3,000 and is not covered by insurance. >> we just started a whole new era in ophthalmology. >> reporter: doctors say there is a slight risk of seeing a halo or a glare. >> is that better than before? >> yeah. i couldn't get to that line before. >> excellent. >> reporter: but your world,
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in 15 minutes after surgery. >> exciting? >> no more cheaters. >> there you go. >> dr. torres, i speak for a lot of excited people who fumble around looking for their reading glasses. this is huge news. is this available now through your ophthalmologist? >> it is available. these are the ones that went to the actual clinical trial. a few handful that have it. by the end year, more. by next year even more. i think you're going to see it widely available in the next year or two. >> any side effects people should be worried about? >> like anything, there are side effects. the biggest with this one most people get used to it fairly quickly. an infection. some people get dry eyes and have to take care of it over the years. for people like you saw there with sherry, they see quickly, and it's one of the things -- she is getting rid of her reading glasses. >> combine this with lasik, we're coming a long way. let's head over to dylan for a look at the weather. >> a cold front is going to change everything temperature wise. you can see it's located across northern new england, stretches back through northern missouri.
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we could use some rain in the northeast. but as the front moves through, you'll notice the drop in temperatures. near 90 today back down into the 70s and 80s as we go into tomorrow. so for some areas, we're looking at a 15 to 20 degree temp drop. so with isolated storms, there is a chance we could end up with a pocket of rain and gusty winds, especially across new england. we are going to see this front clear the area and then back to sunshine tomorrow with, again, coer >> chris: good wednesday morning, everyone. a milder start to the day. a lot of sunshine to start the day, as well. we'll track a cool front in here this afternoon. that will provide scattered showers and storm, mainly between 3:00 and 7:00 p.m. they're hit-and-miss. a few containing gusty winds and brief downpours as that broken line does work on through it. they clear it out and cool it down again overnight tonight or tomorrow. mid to upper 80s this afternoon. eye to the sky this afternoon.
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and that's your latest forecast. guys? >> all right, dylan. thank you so much. we're already chitchatting hoda, carson. the gang is here. >> time for trending. >> i have a good one to lead off. this is a video of what happens when one kid is bigger than everybody else on the field. this is a rugby match. australia. this boy is so dominant, his team just hands him the ball and turns him loose. >> whoa! right and left! >> come on. >> he's running towards kids. >> he is. whoa! 30 yards the other way. >> true. >> savannah, that's what beast mode is. >> apparently, no hard feelings. one parent from the opposing team said, look, it was just great to watch. wow. >> whoa! >> you're right. >> he's going to run on the field and grab my son. >> i know.
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>> run, john, run! >> by the way, he's fast too. >> break-away speed. let's get him in the nfl draft. >> in the olympics, sign the kid up. >> let's stick with the sports theme this morning. a qualifying race in the boston marathon getting attention this morning for all of the wrong reasons. watch this. the route for the lehigh valley marathon. goes over train tracks that are supposed to be clear for the race. but as you can see -- >> oh, no. >> the train tracks were active. complete halt at the seven-mile mark, because the freight train rolled by for ten minutes. as you know, seemed like ten hours. and apparently that meant -- that was the difference between qualifying or not qualifying for the boston marathon. >> they didn't qualify? >> bummer, yes. >> oh, terrible! >> some of the runners were so desperate, they tried to leap through the gaps. yes. so -- >> waiting at the red light for the sign was long. >> i guess they're going to look
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>> see where you were -- >> that happens at the tour de fran france. they take that time back. >> they do? >> they need to do that. >> if we were running, i would be thrilled. >> what if you saw the train coming, and you were sizing it up. like i'm going to go for it. >> and make it. >> am i going to make it? >> do you want to be in the boston marathon or not? tuesday we showed you the fake tom brady in all its horrifying glory. the guy who is eerily realistic spotted at the game and taking photos. >> looked so real -- even people here in the studio. oh, my gosh, so creepy. well, it's here. and, of course, the executive editor -- >> there's your moment. >> met tom brady. >> wow. >> one big fan. i have to say, dan, you can't speak, because you have the mask. so you just sit there and look pretty, slash creepy. but tell us -- you're from bleacher report. what is this about?
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committed to creating fool, fun, social experiences for your users. the number one digital destination for millennials. we wanted to do something really cool because we knew tom brady would be out the first four weeks. so what if he showed up at a tailgate or football game. >> doesn't he look like he's sweating? >> and you have the movement the down. >> you look a little like christian slater. >> i'm telling you, the closer you get, the scarier it is. how did you pull this off? >> we worked with a studio called hyper flesh. they make masks like this for hollywood films, and we reached out about a month ago, took about a month to make the mask. they use like a really high-quality silicone to create it. and, you know, a lot of the details are hand-sewn. so the stubble you see on his face, that's actually hand-sewn in. the hair is real hair. >> were you there at the game? >> don't tell us that. >> he was. >> the reaction was crazy, right?
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amazing. at first people would think it was real and then people would get it was a gag. never trying to pull the wool over folks' eyes. but they loved it. even arizona cardinals fans were into it. >> you could use your new found celebrity for an eagle. did you go into a bar? >> hey, ladies! >> you never know where fake brady is going to show up. >> oh. >> a lot of patriots fans want to know, can they get one of these masks. are they available anywhere? >> no, they're not available. because they're really, really expensive. >> oh. >> okay? >> that's fine. dylas >> it's fine. she wants the mask. >> just give me that one. >> jermaine and dan, thank you so much. and thanks to hyper flesh, the company. appreciate it. >> tom, very -- >> see you, tom. >> there you go. >> all right. >> so weird. >> so cool. >> that's cool. >> dan underneath that. looks enough like tom brady. >> great-looking guy. >> ironically. we start with an exclusive
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anticipated beatles documentary. new inside look at beatle-mania in meamerica. >> i know this for myself, we were in america before the plane landed. i could feel new york. it was an incredible sensation. it was like, come on down. >> pretty cool footage there. the beatles "eight days a week." available on 17th. "family ties," everybody remember that? the keatons? dancing the entire -- there's mallory. it's headed to the stage and one of the show stars not so happy about it. a producer set to bring the sitcom to a theatre in ohio, a nod to the state where the show is set. but justine bateman, the star of the show, not exactly enthusiastic about it tweeting,
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person. the play is set for june 20th, 2017. and while co hosting the "ellen" show, michigan obama taken on an adventure, to the local cvs, helping mrs. obama prepare for life after the white house. here you go. >> wine in a box. >> yep, wine in a box. >> how adoes this work? how do you get it out of here? >> like that. >> do you need for that rash you were telling me about? we don't know what we're doing. >> i've never done self checkout. >> can you just give it to us? >> no, we're going to pay. no, don't -- we can't take bribes. i work for the government. you know, you're really annoying. it's like taking a 3-year-old to the store. >> mrs. obama saying next time she's going to go shopping without ellen. >> don't you love how they didn't clear the store out? everybody is in there shopping
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wine box and how that works like that. >> just open it up, there's a bag inside, we all know. all right, carson. thanks a lot. savannah? >> six months. i'm just chatting with renee zellweger. it's been 15 years since we all first met bridget jones, always down on her luck singleton. love her just as she is. now she is back played by renee zellweger, up to old antics. this time bridget is pregnant and not exactly sure who the father is. is it her ex, mark new love interest? >> i met jack at a music festival. >> right. >> and we got on very well. and sort of had, um, relations. and the next week, that is to say on the 1 1th of the month following the consumption of quite a lot of alcohol, mark and i -- we had similar relations. and this is the funny part.
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the relating life form residing in my tummy to kul, in fact, be either of yours. >> renee zellweger, good morning. >> hi! >> so good to see you. >> great to see you too. thank you. >> now we have set up the whole plot here. whose baby is it? and i just learned this yesterday. you guys did not know during the filming. >> no, no. they never actually wrote the ending in the script. i guess you've got to go out of your way to keep a secret these days. yeah. they just had a bunch of xs and just moved men and babies around. >> were you rooting for any particular outcome? >> maybe, maybe. >> you're not going to tell, rig right. >> no. that was the fun thing about having this job, i didn't have to kind of decide. just show up for work and they were there every day. >> it's been 15 years since the first bridget, which none of us can believe. >> i know. isn't that crazy? >> what i like about this, is that she has aged 15 years, she's now in her 40s. the character went right there
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>> and now she's a woman in her 40s having a baby. what's that like? well -- >> you know better. >> is it -- i mean, it's nice, because bridget has evolved. >> yeah. >> she's changed. >> sure. i mean, i think that's what's so kind of interesting about this incarnation of the bridget jones experience. so many people who discovered her so long ago, in if the books, we've all kind of grown up with her. and, you know, when she was entering her 30s, singleton and trying to figure out what her meaning in her life, she sort of reflected the lives of -- well, our lives, probably -- definitely. >> our age group, yes. >> and now, once again, her life experiences are relevant to us. and i think that's kind of interesting. >> was it comfortable or easy to slip back into this role, or was it as intimidating as ever? >> probably both. >> yeah. >> she's so familiar in so many ways. and it was such a happy reunion. because i love this character. and i love playing her. it is so much fun.
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the set, all my friends. i mean, heaven. and also a little terrifying. because, you know, it's been a while. get back in the saddle, and you just don't want to mess it up. because i have so much affection for her and i recognize that she holds a lot of meaning for a lot of people. yeah. >> big dorks like me who love bridget. but we love you in the role so much. >> thank you. >> one thing is that she reaches her ideal weight, which i think is -- like for all of us who can relate to all of her weight were you thinking, good, great, i'm glad! >> no. >> you said hwanted her to be te old bridget. >> who doesn't want the extra plate of spaghetti, by the way. i wasn't sure about that. i never thought she had a weight issue. >> like a normal girl, like all of us. >> like all of us. i would like to change this thing about myself, when, in fact, nobody else notices it but you. that thing about ruminating and self criticism and all of that. but i had long conversations
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you know, in deciding how we show she's evolved, let's let her have that one thing, that one thing she's always obsessed about, she always presumed was the golden ticket to her happiness and let it have no bearing on her life at all. >> yep. >> and i kind of liked the message in that. >> and you know what, by the way, one of the things that came out recently, there were questions about your appearance, and you wrote a zinger of an article in "the huffington post." >> thank you. >> you have a wicked pen. >> thanks very much. >> and did it feel good to get that off your chest? why are we so focused on women's appearance? >> you know what, it's something that i've had conversations with my friends about for a very long time. and i didn't think that it didn't feel necessary to me, to speak about it until very recently. and, yeah. it did feel good. >> if felt real good. >> if you haven't read it, you should check it out. i know you've been working on your writing during your time
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in there. >> thanks very much. >> thanks. good to check up with you.
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>> this is 7 news now. >> sarah: good morning, everybody. 8:27 as you take a live look over braintree. looks like a nice day over. there let's go to chris lambert with more on your forecast. >> chris: so far so good, sarah. sunshine in place. 60s to low 07s at this hour. sunshine thr t afternoon as a cold front comes on through. we'll trade off some scattered storms between 3:00 and 7:00 p.m. hit miss, but there may be some gusty winds with a couple storms. all of us warming up mid to upper 80s this afternoon. much cooler tomorrow. temperatures close to 70. >> sarah: now to our top stories. police in townsend are searching for man after a report of an attempted abduction. officers say the man jumped out from behind a rock near the library on tuesday. he allegedly tried to grab one
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police have issued a warrant for emilio delarosa for the murder of his ex-girlfriend wanda rosa in methuen. officers say the couple's four-year-old chide witnessed the murder. delarosa had just served a four-year sentence in prison for trying to kill rosa in 2013. he was released in february. police in ossipee, new hampshire, are investigating a deadly accident involving three vehicles. state troopers say a 61-year-old woman was killed in the crash when her honda accord collided head-on with a pick-up t another truck then slammed into the pick-up. "today in new england" returns
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? 8:30 now on this wednesday morning, september 14th. that is rising music star, jacob whiteside, saying hello to the fans this morning, just 18, already taking the industry by record label. going to give a live performance. making dreams come true on the plaza, just like carson does every day. >> tom brady is still right there. freaking me out a little bit. there he is. tom hanging out with -- >> i know! >> also ahead, guys, blind spot. people love this show. returns tonight. jamie alexander, sullivan stapleton here to give a sneak
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savannah and i take a look at the fall fashion must-haves we've got to try or diy. >> do we really have that -- >> others may. >> also coming up, perfection in a pot. great recipe for you. steak and potatoes, ideal for fall. especially if you don't have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen. i was jut upstairs, it smells amazing. >> it has a mexican flair, right? >> a beautiful one around here in new york city, around 90 degrees today. but then that's it for the after some possible record highs through the mid atlantic and into new england, we are going to see a big cooldown with the cold front that is going to drop temperatures and also produce a few isolated storms. not a lot of rain with these storms. but where they do develop, the hit and miss type storms, we could end up with gusty winds, especially across new england. flooding rain likely near georgia and south carolina where that tropical storm julia developed late yesterday. that's going to produce maybe in some areas up to 10 inches of rain. elsewhere across the country in
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midwest, temperatures drop into the 70s. and we have that developing system that could produce some isolated severe storms back through the plain states tomorrow afternoon. and the west coast is looking beautiful. lots of sunshine, temperatures in the 70s and 80s. check it out! that's a look at the weather >> chris: good wednesday morning, everyone. a milder start to the day. a lot of sunshine to start the day, as well. we'll track a cool front in here this afternoon. that will provide scattered showers and storm, mainly between 3:00 and 7:00 p.m. a few containing gusty winds and brief downpours as that broken line does work on through it. they clear it out and cool it down again overnight tonight or tomorrow. mid to upper 80s this afternoon. eye to the sky this afternoon. over the weekend, 50/50 split. saturday the pic and don't forget, you can always get your weather any time on the weather channel. and can you imagine if approximate i met the real tom brady?
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sorry, we're just here talking about fake tom brady. a new season of "blind spot" kicks off tonight, happy to have the stars, jamie alexander and sullivan stapleton. captured and tore toured by the cia, managed to escape, but you can understand why she is suspicious when fbi agent curt weller tries to bring her in. >> do you have any idea where i have been these past three months? what they did to me day out? >> the cia took you. that was never what i wanted. >> oh, no? >> i wanted justice and the laws of this country -- >> i don't exist, curt? i don't have a passport, i don't have a birth certificate. i have no rights! >> please. put the gun down. >> i am not going back. >> you're going to have to shoot me. >> ooh. jamie sullivan, good morning. >> good morning. >> wow.
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morning. >> a little dark, but bring it back up. people are obsessed with this show. i think anybody who loves the show that begins with a woman coming out of a bag tattooed in times square, incredible kick off. let's get caught up, jamie, as we embark on season two. >> oh, wow. it's been three months of mystery. we find jane being tortured by the cia in the opener. curt doesn't know where she's been. it's extremely heart breaking, and it's very explo we can't give away too much about what happens tonight. but jane doe gets a name. >> i do. my real name. >> any hints at all about what we're going to see tonight? >> it's an a-plus -- >> it's not jane doe. >> there's the big reveal. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> and sully, where is curt as we open up season two tonight? >> well, he's kind of messed up, as well. you know, we found out about his father, and we found out, you
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and that's where we sort of kick off, you know, and still trying to find out why she's there. why she has been placed within the fbi. so, you know, he's been disappointed. you know, as we just saw, he's a happy guy. >> there is a lot of action in this show. >> yeah. >> and you guys do a lot of your own stunts. maybe all of your own stunts. i've got to do a little mash report here. i'm told you had a broken nose, got punched in the face during a >> yes. >> that was you, curt? >> no, it wasn't me. >> no, it just broke the left side of my nose. and my makeup artist is wonderful and was able to hide it. it wasn't too bad at all. and his face -- what did ashley say to me? ashley johnson comes in and goes, i heard you got your bell rung this morning. okay, yes, i did. >> i love you, breaking nose and all it takes is makeup and you're right back in. >> i'm so lucky.
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because a broken nose still looks the same. >> a good little tap. >> and sully, you took some shrapnel to the leg? >> yeah. >> how does that even happen? >> well -- one went into my leg. you know. it was the fun part of the job. >> you guys are tough. you guys are tough. >> special effects guys. is that a bit low? >> no, no, no. you'll be fine. >> now you're both new yorkers now, is that right? >> yeah. >> how is life in new york? >> i love it. the food is amazing. >> yes. >> and the people are great. and, yeah, he's a big foodie. >> i'm a happy boy in the city. >> we're very happy for you. if you look at the back page of the "new york times" today, the number one new drama. "the blindspot." >> now i'm really happy. >> there you go. you've done it. guys, congratulations on season two. we can't wait to see it. >> thank you very much.
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? we're back. it's 8:39 with a fashion forward guide to fall. >> we are so excited to have embracing patches and instagram. look at them. so many trends to explore. and style director of "good housekeeping" is going to show us how it's done. >> good morning, ladies! >> thank you. my embroidery on. while we love those pictures, those items we saw started around $700. no, thanks. what we found today, what i'm going to show you, everything is super affordable. like we're going to start here with patches.
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throwbakke? this looks all '80s to me. >> so throw back, so '80s. and all from forever 21, start around $16. as you can see, the palm tree patch, the eyes. >> the patches are already on, you could buy it. >> this is our example of buy it. not everybody is a crafter. i hear you two are. >> very handy. >> constantly sewing. >> different apparently apparel. these start at $13. >> iov >> it's already done for you. >> what if you just want to try it? >> if you want to try it -- >> uh-huh! >> we're going to do a lot of shopping. so this is from a company called bow and drape. you can customize it yourself online. but someone else does the work. >> okay. i like that. speaking our language. >> these start at $18 and the cool thing about this, once you buy the piece, can can customize it as much as you want. they don't keep up selling you.
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>> so what we did here is the guthrie beanie. you can totally wear this. >> it's going to be a hot-seller. >> can i show you, we actually made -- one for you. >> oh, my gosh! i love it. >> and hoda -- zip, zip hurray and the good housekeeping seal in the front. you can have a lot of fun with this. bow and drape.com. >> i love that. >> can i put that on everything i wear? >> and i'll put this on everything i wear. >> and now to the diy it option. you all remember the iron-on patches. >> yes. >> not everybody has the time and not everybody knows how to s sew. these are actually pins, but look like patches. so you can take a piece from your closet. these are all from boo-hoo.com. and they're $7 for a pack of four. >> and then you can put them on different outfits too. >> these are so cool, because these are stickers.
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arrow at lord & taylor. ten bucks. >> who would be wearing this? where would you wear -- patches and all of this? >> great segue. a lot of it we're going to see on denim. and you can wear it as outer wear and we're going to move along here. you can also wear it casually. so we're going to show you -- now we're moving on a little bit to embroidery. so you can see here. this might be a little bit more an entry point into the trend. something like this. this is from the ga gap jeans. this is the buy it option. these start at $30. and really, you can wear this with anything. we put tatiana here. >> we only have 30 seconds. >> we want to get to the made well, totally on top of their denim game. this costs $10, you can put anything you want on here, nine letters. >> online? >> 18 colors. do it online. we have 1a, 30 rock and some for you. >> vail. >> virgo. "today" show anniversary.
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not be easier if you're going to do one thing. this is from fossil. $25, add a bag charm. >> everywhere -- this creature. i see it everywhere. >> you can do letters, a s'mores coin purse. these are from fossil, everywhere. affordable, cute. and it's going into the spring. so get it now. >> i love this more than i thought i would. >> thank you. >> also, hoda, you're under arrest. lori from "good housekeeping," thank you so much. next, quick and easy meal for steak and potatoes and the mexican way. >> but first, this is "today" on nbc! >> that's what i heard. >> it is. we dance on the salsa team together, and it's like a lot of power in what we wear. when we're practicing if i don't feel good in what i'm wearing i don't look good. t.j.maxx has that variety. i can get a lot for my money. it's like "yay t.j.maxx!" if you're feeling it, just go for it, don't wait.
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? welcome back. this week on today food, we are serving up one-pot recipes to get you in and out of the kitchen fast. we have the nominated host of
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mexican table." this feels easy, quick, you can dump it all in. let's start with our ingredients. >> we have flank steak, which is a great, very affordable piece of meat. and we cut it into chunks so exactly cook even faster. potatoes, carrots, garlic, chilies so easy to find and bay leaves. the first thing we do is cook our meat. so add the onion and carrots, everything in there. we have a chopped io peppercorns, whole and then we're going to pour water in here. >> why do you cover it with water? >> you want to make sure it's really covered in water so it will smim simmer and sort of braze. we're going to end up with fork-tender meat you're going to shred with forks or with your hand. i mean, it's tasty already. >> what's the secret to shredding? do you like the fork? >> i use my hands or a fork.
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and then we're going to reserve the broth, because it's tasty and really going to give depth to the sauce. >> okay. before we move past this, flank steak, i love flank steak. >> you can shred it, and then use the endings, too, like the meat gets really baked and salt in the sauce. i love messy. >> i do too. absolutely. what's our next step here? >> and then it's to die for. you have the chilies, th >> as chilies go, yeah. >> they're very easy to find. they have a lot of flavor and zero heat. >> okay. >> and we have tomorrow tios that are crisp and bright. very simple. people should feel this is easy to do. because you remove the stem and the seeds, just with your hand. and then in the same pot where you took that and drain it, you're going to toast the
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what it does is unlocks the flavor that have been dried for a while. >> that just takes a minute in there. >> a minute. >> can i put them all in? >> yes, please. >> great. and for people who don't like super spicy hot, these chilies work well. >> zero heat. crowd-pleasers. of people love them. >> we have a panel of people tasting downstairs. what do you think? >> i love sopping up the juices. >> a little sauce if you wanted it? >> savannah wants could put salsa. >> oh, of course. and i see them already putting into tortillas. people like to say mexican food is all about tacos and we say no, no, no. it's a lot more. but we end you will putting things into tacos. and once it's pureed really soft, you puree it until completely smooth. >> let's move around to the back. we have a few seconds left. i want to see the beautiful product here.
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so it makes it sweet. you just add everything in here. the meat, the potatoes, and then ends up cooking all together and then you have these sort of messy delicious -- >> may i taste? >> please! >> okay. this looks fantastic. >> what does our panel think? are thee eating? >> oh, that's amazing. i love the meat. perfect. >> so good. >> when they don't say anything, it's good. patty, thank you so much. you can find all of this week's recipes at today.com/food and you will want to try this one. thank you, patty. great to see you. next, an 18-year-old at the top of the charts. jacob whitesides performs in studio 1a.
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the citi concert series on "today" is proudlyre we are back and who is here, jacob whitesides. if you do not know that name, just ask any teenager. >> they'll know. this 18-year-old released his debut album called "why" and debuted at number one on the itunes singer/songwriter chart. jacob! >> so nice to be here. i love your energy, it's so beautiful. you walked in morning at 4:00 a.m., and it was alive and much-needed. >> she's like that all of the time.
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pretty quickly to you? >> somewhat. the best of both worlds. not set everything on fire but a gradual upcoming. so it's not been overwhelming yet. >> x factor, youtube and now here you are. a big star. >> oh. >> you have this record and one of the things that is so interesting, you decided -- instead of signing up with a label and you have those opportunities, you're like, i'm going to start my own label. >> absolutely. >> why? you want to create your own destiny? >> absolutely. not only the creative decisions, the art and mu thing, but there are small things like ticket prices. i remember not having a lot of money as a kid and my fans, they're struggling as well. so it's nice to be a part of those small things, like vips and the merchandising and all of the little things that a lot of artists get left out of. >> what are you going to sing for us, big guy? >> "love sick!" >> jacob whitesides!
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? i said you ain't feel nothing like the wrath ? ? of the woman that you push too far ? ? you can't run and you can't hide she's gonna find you just where you are ? ? said i wasn't trying to hurt nobody i was just trying to have my fun ? ? i went for that crown and then it all came down had true love now i got none ? ? no-no no yeah, yeah yeah ? ? no-no no-no ? ? yeah, yeah ? because i'm lovesick ? ? and there ain't no cure 'cuz i keep on coming back for more ? ? no-no no-no ? ? i'm lovesick guess i got the blues ? ? doctor help i don't know what to do ? ? guess i got the blues ?
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? ain't felt nothing so cold as the shoulder of a woman that's mad ? ? i grew up in the north pole and i never quite had it this bad ? ? when you finally get her attention you better hold on to your hat ? ? cuz i never felt the temperature heat up quite like when she looked at me like that ? ? because i'm lovesick and there ain't no cure ? ? cuz i keep on coming back for mo ? i'm lovesick guess i got the blues ? ? doctor help i don't know what to do ? ? no i never been a perfect angel but i try to do the best i can ? ? sometimes i might just make mistakes when i got a bottle in my hand ? ? so she went through the phone in the morning ?
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she said boy by the time i'm done with you better be off dead ? ? ? no-no no-no ? ? no-no no ? yeah, yeah yeah ? ? no-no no-no ? ? i can't yeah, yeah yeah ? ? because i'm lovesick and there ain't no cure ? ? 'cuz i keep on coming more ? ? no-no no ? ? i'm lovesick guess i got the blues ? ? doctor help i don't know what to do ? ? no-no no-no ? ? cuz i'm lovesick and there ain't no cure ? ? 'cuz i keep on coming back for more ? ? i'm lovesick guess i got the
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true love now i got none 'cuz i'm lovesick ? >> thank you. >> jacob whitesides. the song is "lovesick" and we're back after checking your local news and weather. buy online. ready in an hour. weren't you just...got it. staples. make more happen. they're all gone. i know i bought them. well staples has low prices. if i were you, i'd grab a couple more... for next week. back to school or back for more. staples has the lowest prices. period. staples. make more happen.
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at 9:00 a.m. under investigation a police chief reacting after he's taken off the job and put on paid leave. an officer shot dead in north carolina now the prime suspect is under arrest. how police in rhode island took him in. and a convicted killer set to be sentenced again. a new jury now deciding the fate of gary lee sansom. thanks for joining us. i'm sarah french. >> i'm christa delcamp. looks like another perfect fall day. fantastic now, guys. 72 common number up and down the area from beverly to boston. perfection outside this morning. that will change a bit this afternoon. dewpoint back into the low-to-mid 60s. so hint of humidity and hint of summer still lingering through the atmosphere this afternoon. we're also going to track some

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