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>> he is encouraging violence and chaos to get votes. >> how will this impact tomorrow's all important vote? we'll talk live to trump's newest endorser, dr. ben carson. breaking his silence. why has richard simmons not been seen or heard from in more than two years? there are odd claims that he's being held against his will in his own home. this morning, he opens up in a morning exclusive, here on "today". concert of a lifetime. you make me feel i've come alive again >> selling out stadiums all over the world. crushing it at the super bowl. now, coldplay is heating up our plaza for a rare late winter concert. today, monday, march 14th, 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 monday morning. no rain. no, it's not raining out there. forget the umbrellas. we've got a great concert in our 8:30 half hour. >> we're so excited. coldplay is here. how do you follow up a performance at the super bowl? obviously, come to the "today" show plaza. we're thrilled to have them. tons of people getting ready. >> we hope the weather cooperates. let's begin with the amtrak train, traveling from los angeles to chicago, derails in kansas. five cars falling off the tracks. blake mccoy is in chicago with more. good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. the train, as you mentioned, was on its way to chicago when just after midnight something caused the train to derail, sending passengers and their belongings flying. >> reporter: this morning, authorities are trying to figure out what caused an amtrak train carrying 128 passengers and 14 crew to derail overnight in
amtrak's southwest chief train was heading from os los angeles to chicago when five of the nine cars derailed, leaving them twisted on the tracks. >> attention north ems and rescue, we have a train derailed. it's going to be approximately 3 1/2 miles west of cimarron. >> reporter: more than two dozen passengers were taken to hospitals, with nonlife threatening injuries. amtrak saying in part, all other passengers were transported to the 4-h recreation center and will be provided alternate transportation to their final destination. >> we spoke with one passenger this morning who said he did not feel any sort of impact. he says it felt like the train just left the tracks. investigators will be out, working to determine a cause. in the meantime, trainsverted around that area. politics the other big story.
against underway in five critical states. this morning, there is criticism surrounding donald trump's campaign after a weekend of chaos and violence at some of his rallies. we have coverage and analysis this morning. we're going to talk to dr. ben carson live about his endorsement of donald trump. let's start this morning with nbc national correspondent peter alexander. good morning to you. >> savannah, good morning to you. this was an unprecedented weekend in terms of modern campaign politics. violence, protests, arrests, all of it at donald trump rallies. trump himself remains defiant, insisting he should get credit, not be scorned for his handling of the tension at these events. >> reporter: campaign 2016 at a boiling point. >> get him out. >> reporter: donald trump's rallies, a magnet for clashes. the front runner with stepped up security after a violent weekend.
responsibility for creating this atmosphere? >> i don't accept responsible. i do not condone violence. >> reporter: vooifl rivals say the billionaire encouraged the hostility. >> it's not beneficial when you have a presidential candidate like trump telling his supporters, punch that guy in the face. >> donald trump has created a toxic environment. >> if he's our nominee, this is by. >> reporter: echoed by hillary clinton. >> he's encouraging violence and chaos to get votes. >> reporter: a series of rough episodes trailing trump from stop to stop. chicago, trump cancelling the rally there with brawling between protesters and supporters. dayton, ohio, secret service agents surrounding trump as a protester rushed the stage. trump insisting the man had ties to isis. tweeting a link to this video. officials say there's no evidence that's the case. >> there's no law enforcement official claiming that, and this
>> all i know is what's on the internet. >> reporter: the protester, 22-year-old tommy, charged with inducing panic and disorderly conduct, says the video is fake and he has no terrorist ties. >> no way, shape or form was i planning on touching him. not even to move him from the podium. just trying to get there and get my voice close to the microphone. >> reporter: trump is supporting a 78-year-old protester who er er er er -- supporter who punched a protester. >> i instructed my people to look into it. >> reporter: a new ad. >> donald trump, campaign violence. >> like to punch him in the face. >> reporter: all of it fodder for "saturday night live." >> another incident of violence at a donald trump rally. apparently, the victim was this man, dr. ben carson. >> it's okay. i'm fine. >> guys, what did i say?
>> ahead of super tuesday, tomorrow, donald trump according to our poll, leads in florida and illinois. in his home state, john kasich, the governor, has the advantage. up six points at this time. kasich will be joined on the trail by mitt romney today. romney's aid tell e telling me, it's not an endorsement, just an effort to help defeat donald trump. >> peter alexander on the trail for us. thank you. former presidential candidate dr. ben carson endorsed donald trump on friday. dr. carson, nice to have you with us. good morning. >> good morning. nice to be with you. >> when you made your endorsement, you said you prayed about this decision and decided you were fill philosophically and spirituality aligned with donald trump. i have to say, after watching you over the last several months on the campaign trail and seeing your demeanor and the way you handled yourself, that surprised me. >> well, i had an opportunity to
talking with him in private. i found out that he actually is a person who loves america greatly, thinks deeply and does have some openness to spiritual things, which is not the impression that you would get from looking at the persona on stage. >> you are so carefully spoken though. you choose your words so carefully and have been praised for the way you handle yourself. let me give you a little of listen. >> like to punch him in the face. if you see somebody getting ready to throw a tomato, knock the crap out of them. i promise you, i will pay for the legal fees. the third group, i'll be a little more violent. >> are you comfortable with that temperament in the oval office? >> that probably is not the way that i would handle it, but recognize that the people of america are at a different place
they're really more at a place where donald trump is because they're so frustrated and they're angry and they're tired of people trying to manipulate them. i think you're seeing a magnetic phenomenon going on here because he actually represents where people are. now, does that mean that we need to stay at that place? no. it means that we need to work toward something very different. we the american people have to realize we are not each other's enemies. there are others out there, like radical islamic terrorists, who want to destroy us. those are the enemies. we have to focus on the real enemy here. >> i guess the bottom line is, do you believe donald trump bears any responsibility for what has happened at some of the rallies? for example, him saying, i'd like to punch that protester in the face, and a few weeks later, someone at his rally actually punches someone in the face.
do you agree, or do you think how he speaks and the tone he sets matters? >> well, again, i think we have a tendency to focus on the wrong thing there. the problem is that there are those who are being taught that if someone disagrees with you, you have the right to interfere with their first amendment rights, their ability to express themselves, their freedom of speech. that's where the emphasis needs to be. now, when people do things wrong, such as that, it causes other people to reaction in a way that is negative. therefore, you see that reaction. >> do you think mr. trump fanned those flames? >> i think that this is a wonderful opportunity for mr. trump, for bernie sanders, for hillary clinton, the other candidates, to stand up and start talking to people about what first amendment rights are.
of the foundation of our country. >> real quickly, dr. carson, do you worry where this might lead if donald trump is the nominee of the republican party? do you see a general election season with escalating violence and words being used that are inflammatory like this? >> i think, certainly, if the protesters continue with their tactics, there is a real possibility of escalation. because those who are the victims of them have two choices. they can submit to them and meekly just do whatever those protesters want them to do, or they can fight back. if they decide to fight pack, there could be an escalation. >> dr. carson, thanks for your time this morning. we appreciate it. >> absolutely. let's turn to nicolle
over at the board. we'll get to you and your maps in a moment, steve. nicolle, let's look at the last campaign. what's going on here? future? >> nothing very good. i worked for a president for eight years who was protested around the world, and never once did i hear him defend the violence on any side. i mean, the whole notion that republicans waited the last 48 hours to say the things they're saying about trump. as much responsibility lies with them than with the trump campaign about where we are. >> i might look into paying the legal fees for a man who sucker punched a guy at a rally. it's extraordinary. >> it is extraordinary. dr. ben carson is so careful with his words. this is really going to become a referendum on the people now that have endorsed trump.
first establishment figures to join his cause. we have ben carson, who ran one of the most civil campaigns for the presidency in history. it will not be to them, if donald trump comes off the campaign trail, as expected to do after tomorrow's results, if he can regroup and set a new tone, it will be an extraordinary test for his candidacy. >> stay there. we want to turn to steve, waiting patiently by the board. tomorrow is a huge day. consequential. even a chance the republican nomination could be wrapped up tomorrow. >> five big states, five big contests. a lot of things could happen. look at this, donald trump is the front runner. need 1,237, the magic delegate number. now, he has 460. he's 100 ahead of ted cruz. the good news for donald trump, when you look at this, every single one of the states tomorrow is winnable for him. in the absolute best-case snare
be at 750 delegates after tomorrow. kasich would be out of the race because he beats him in ohio. rubio out of the race because he beats him in florida. the bad news for donald trump, every one of the states is also potentially losable. >> does marco rubio have a chance in florida? >> that's a big question. there is a new poll out here, nbc poll, take a look. this is grim for marco rubio. we have been seeing this now for the last week. marco rubio in his home state, practically doubled up by donald trump, maybe losing to ted cruz. the real problem for rubio is this, when you look what happened over the weekend, you're saying, maybe it'll jog minds at the last minute and change the race. florida is an aggressive early voting states. a lot of the votes are already locked in. if there is a last-minute surge, it may not be enough. >> our poll has kasich up by five points in ohio. thank you both so much. let's talk about severe weather in the south now. flooding is still very much a
the rain has finally let up, but the rivers are still rising. nbc national correspondent miguelal al va maguer is in louisiana. good morning to you. >> good morning. rescue teams worked late into the night trying to reach anyone who may have been trapped by the flood waters. they'll be at it again at first light. it was in arkansas where there was wild weather. several tornadoes touched down there. >> reporter: this morning, arkansas residents are assessing the latest damage. series of tornadoes sweeping through the state sunday. this mobile home lifted off its foundation. the family inside, including a baby, barely making it to safety. >> grabbed the mattress and held it over us. that was it. >> reporter: overnight, hail and lightning. in missouri, serious flooding. the start of a new week, and there's new misery through parts
>> i'm hoping that it doesn't get a lot worse, but can't make any promises. >> reporter: fast-moving, historic storms dropped torrential downpours on this rain-ravaged region for days. in louisiana, at least 5,000 homes are damaged. roads and bridges washed away. cars and neighborhoods, swamped. in mississippi, near the swollen pearl river, hundreds of homes are still threatened. >> the river levels are high and nowhere for the water to go. >> reporter: the water is now receding, but only after the louisiana national guard rescued 3,300 people from flooded neighborhoods. even animals were ferried to safety. the most widespread, non-hurricane flooding ever seen here. this morning, the sabine river is surging. >> i've been doing this 26 years. this is the highest i've ever seen. >> reporter: across the river in texas, a town completely cut off. 1,200 residents ordered to evacuate. could be days before they get
across much of this region, the rain has finally stopped, but the threat isn't over yet. >> with the death toll feared to be at six, many rivers in the area are beginning to crest. the big question will be, can the levies and riverbanks hold back all of the water? the president declared a disaster in parts of louisiana. they'll need the federal funds to begin the cleanup process in this area. back to you. >> miguel, thank you very much. what's in store for the folks in the coming days? >> the good news is the rain ended but everything coming downstream will be a problem. severe weather into the mid-atlantic states. north carolina, between green point and durham, heavy rain caused big problems and major accidents. over 100 cars involved there. getting back to the flooding, you can see the areas, the moderate flooding. the red areas, that is major
the rain is moving away, but the mississippi is going to rise to major flood levels. the sabine river, which miguel talked about, now at 30.6. crest at 32.2. that'll be a new record. continuing to rise through tomorrow. also severe weather will be pushing its way in greensboro, charlotte, raleigh. damaging winds and tornadoes possible. travel delays into the heavier storms. some of the heavier rain moves to the northeast later today. in the meantime, we are talking about the good news, no heavy rain. flood areas just have to get through the crests which will happen in the next 24 hours. >> keep our fingers crossed. horrific scene in turkey. a car bomb exploded in the middle of the country's capital city ankara. more than three dozen people killed, more than 100 injured. authorities are trying to figure
engel is in istanbul good morning. >> good morning. the investigation is still underway, but police sources tell us that they have identified one of the bombers they think was responsible for the car bomb attack at a transportation hub in the center of ankara. most of the people killed were time. the police sources say it was a young woman, university student, 24 years old, a kurdish woman with known ties to the pkk. the turkish government has been fighting a military campaign that has intensified against the pkk over the last several months. two curfews have been imposed on kurdish villages in the wake of the attack. the kurdish militant group these attacks are justified, as a response, it says, to the military campaign against it. the attack has been condemned internationally.
strongly with its nato partner turkey. funerals for the nearly 40 people who were killed have already begun. >> richard engel, thank you. police in maryland are falling fall ing -- calling the fatal shooting of an officer an unprovoked attack. it was in prince george county. officials say a gunman fired at the first officer he saw. that started a gun battle with police. the 28-year-old officer was shot and later died of his wounds. the suspect was arrested at a fast food restaurant nearby. a second suspect was taken into custody a short time later. wild scene in southern california overnight. a high speed chase between police and a suspect in the stolen patrol car. the suspect at speeds of 100 miles per hour, weaving on and off freeways in the los angeles area. the chase came to a dramatic end when the driver pulls into an alley. officers pinned the car between their patrol units. police opened fire and the suspect was killed.
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clashes between donald trump supporters and opponents. chuck todd asked trump about that on "meet the press." >> do you accept any responsibility for creating this atmosphere? >> i don't accept responsibility. i do not condone violence in any shape. >> some of these people are swinging. >> trump's opponents say he's encouraging the hostility. we'll have more on how this is impacted the republican party in a couple minutes. an amtrak train headed from los angeles to chicago derailed in kansas overnight. five of the nine cars went off the track. no word yet on what caused that accident. and let the madness begin. college basketball's biggest party tips off in a couple days. sunday, 68 teams got their invitations. here's a look at the four number one seeds. kansas, oregon, north carolina and virginia. the ncaa, by the way, is investigating reports that the full bracket was leaked on
are we doing our bracket contest again? mt. matt the defending champion -- i won't leak the bracket. let's talk about the clashes at donald trump's rallies. there is a fear among republican insiders that the gop front runner is hurting the party. andrea mitchell has more on this. good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. the protests at donald trump's rallies and criticism that trump himself added fuel to the fire. today, raising questions about how his candidacy will affect the future of the republican party and american politics. >> look at the people pack there back there, wow. >> reporter: donald trump, after tomorrow, could have a lock on the republican nomination. even as there was violence between supporters and protesters over his candidacy.
he shares part of the provoking. we all want peace. is that true or not? we don't want trouble. >> reporter: his opponents say his rhetoric and violence could split the party. >> he's created a toxic environment. >> do we want to live in a country where americans hate each other? >> the difference is, here seeing it live here. >> reporter: trump's rhetoric compared to george wallace, who split from the democratic party in 1968. launching an independent bid for the white house, appealing heavily to white working class voters. >> we have some of the free speech folks here. let the police handle it. they have it all right. >> reporter: the two men targeting the news media in similar fashion. >> the newsman will have a fit. run over there. they're interested in two or three pickets now than thousands of people here. and that's what they show on television, you know.
they'll talk about one or two guys, headlines. >> reporter: republicans openly concerned. captured by "time" magazine, asking, wlapd hat happened to this party? >> if donald trump is the nominee, the republican vote will collapse. if they're not committed to the political process, they'll stow ay home and then the governors and county commissioners are doomed. >> trump repeatedly urged his supporters to go get them out. in a campaign where heated rhetoric has else ka collate scalated d beyond anything seen in decades. let's get a check of the weather from mr. roker. >> announcer: today's weather is brought to you by nationwide. nationwide is on your side. >> well, we've got rain on our side here in the northeast. as we zoom in a little on new york city, you can see the heavier rain getting ready to push in in the next hour or so. coldplay will be wet play, but
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own choice, or is he being held against his will, as some reports suggested? simmons is breaking his silence after opening up to us last night in an interview. >> reporter: for 40 years, this is the richard simmons the public has grown asus tom ccustomed to seeing. >> do you want to do the twist? >> reporter: energetic and ir irresistible irresistible. he disappeared from the public eye in 2014 and cut off contact with his friends. simmons spoke publicly for the first time in more than two years with us on sunday by phone. >> savannah, it's richard simmons, how are you? >> good, richard. how are you? >> feeling good, my health is good and i'm sort of enjoying the day. >> you sound good. >> reporter: it's a sound very few people these days get to hear. in fact, richard's isolation has been so startling, it's led some of his friends to question if he's being held in his house against his will. >> what do you make of people
held up in your own house? that you've become a recluse? perhaps people such as your housekeeper are in control of what you're doing? >> no one is holding me in my house as a hostage. you know, i do what i want to do, as i've always done. people should sort of just believe what i have to say. because like i'm richard simmons. >> i want to ask you point-blank about your housekeeper. is she in any way -- is she still employed by you? is there any issue where you feel she is controlling you or having any kind of undue influence? >> that's just very silly. been with me for 30 years. almost like we're a married couple. >> i think your friends or people that have spoken to reporters are saying, but it's not like you, to just lose touch completely. >> i just sort of wanted to be a
while. i hurt my knee, savannah, and i had some problems with it. the other knee started to give me trouble. i've taught like thousands and thousands of classes. you know, right now, i just want to sort of, you know, just take care of me. >> was this a conscious decision? >> i just really don't want to do anything, you know. i just don't want to be traveling anymore. it certainty has taken its toll on me. it was not like over a day. it was just over some time. >> what kinds of things have you been doing? >> well, you know, i take walks. i take drives. you know, i just go out and get some fresh air. i have a gym upstairs. i've been working out in my gym. i've just sort of, you know, enjoyed this time by myself. >> you wrote in your memoir and have always been very public and very open about going through
struggles with depression and different things. >> survival has always meant a lot. when you're an overweight kid, made fun of, put down, some of that never leaves you, savannah, but is a shadow, like peter pan. >> are you surprised that people have been so worried about you? >> all the people worrying about me, i want to tell them that i love them with my whole heart and soul. and that not to worry. richard is fine. you haven't seen the last of me. i'll come back, and i'll come back strong. >> by the way, he said to say hi to all of you. >> love him. >> he used to come almost every year. >> he says he just wants to take time for himself, that he's enjoying being alone, enjoying being in his own space. he says he's healthy, says he's not depressed, working out. >> spent so much time in the
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everybody is reacting to it here. let's get to a couple of the comments on twitter. rochelle writing, richard, i'm happy you're letting everyone know you're okay, happy and in good spirits. i hope to hear your joyous laughter again. pat says, i'm glad you're doing things you haven't in a long time. i know the feeling, it's great. maghann has been a fan since the early '80s. you've inspired millions and you deserve r and r. you can keep the conversation going on by using the #orange room. back to you. >> carson, thank you very much. still to come, dog whisperer. he responds to accusations of animal cruelty. later on, we'll held outside for our big concert. coldplay live on our plaza. first, your local news. mastering the enchantment of chocolate. just in time for easter, the lindt master chocolatier is stirring up our finest
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cross the line? bells are ringing >> reporter: viva la coldplay. about to kick off a soldout world tour. first, they're hitting our stage live. today, monday, march 14th, 2016. it's 8:00 on a monday morning. it's the 14th day of march, 2016. winter, not over yet. spring hasn't arrived, but we've got an amazing concert on a monday morning out on the plaza. look at what we've created here. >> it's amazing. they've already gotten a little taste of what's to come. chris and the band have been out here warming up. sound awesome. we'll hear from them in a bit. >> a lot of people talk to me about your friend. >> a young lady is on her knees with her computer and phone.
a.m. want? >> yes, i did. >> which university? >> westchester university. >> thanks for being here. coming up, we'll talk to laura bush. she's working hard to shine a special women. >> first, a check of the top stories. natalie is back from the west coast after a week away. good morning. >> good morning. once again, on the eve of crucial primaries in florida, ohio and three other states, donald trump's opponents are criticizing his campaign violence at trump events. on friday, shuffles between protesters and supporters forced trump to cancel a rally in chicago. in dayton, ohio, the secret service had to protect trump when a man rushed the rivals say trump creates a hostile atmosphere that encourages confrontations. on sunday, trump denied any responsibility and says he does not condone violence in any shape. former republican candidate
earlier here on "today", he blamed anti-trump protesters for the violence, saying they are trying to interfere with the free speech rights of others. >> those who are the victims of them have two choices. they can submit to them and meekly just do whatever the protesters want them to do, or they can fight back. if they decide to fight back, there could be an escalation. >> carson also said that trump supporters are angry and frustrated with the people who are trying to manipulate them. more than two dozen people were injured overnight when an amtrak train traveling from los angeles to chicago derailed near dodge city, kansas. officials say five of the nine passenger cars flipped on to their sides. they said none of the injuries appeared to be life threatening. amtrak said the remaining passengers, about 100 of them, were taken to a 4-h recreation center and would be provided with alternate transportation to their final destinations.
didn't know if they should be frightened or amused when this bull wandered on to the field during a youth game in australia. it suddenly picked up speed and charges after the young boy, who managed to dodge the powerful animal with quick moves there. after having fun, the bull seemed to lose interest and trotted back to his enclosure on a nearby ranch. >> frightened or amused? i'd go with the frightened. >> exactly. >> me, too. that was a fast charge. >> thanks very much. famed animal trainer cesar millan responding to annual cruelty accusations after a dog attacked a pig on his show, "cesar 911." animal activists are calling for criminal charges. morgan radford has the details. >> good morning. as of right now, the online petition has over 11,000 signatures. all demanding an end to millan's show.
hundreds of thousands of followers said he did nothing wrong. >> reporter: famed dog whisperer see san caesar esar millan in the doghouse, after the bulldog bit this potbelly mig pig during a recent episode of his show. the pig's ear began bleeding, starting a petition, demanding air. it. >> reporter: he's accused of using the pig as a bait animal. he was called an arrogant showman who knows nothing about animal behavior and whose training methods shouldn't see the light of day. officers were sent to his ranch but no arrests were made. >> anonymous caller reported the incident. >> reporter: millan couldn't be reached for comment.
"associated press," said his critics are taking this the wrong way and blowing it way out of proportion. >> he faces a sheep who challenges him. >> reporter: millan said he used the same technique, of pairing canines with other animals, hundreds of times. and this time was no different. >> you saw simon with the pig and it wasn't a good scene. >> reporter: "national geographic," which hosts the show, posted this clip, showing the pig and the pup calmly co-existing in the aftermath of the attack. >> the same pig that simon attacked is going to take him for a walk. he's a follower, not an aggressor. good boy. >> reporter: the company released a statement, explaining the pig nipped by simon was tended to immediately afterwards. healed quickly and showed no lasting signs of distress. >> this is a dream. >> reporter: the dog's owner
>> people have mischaracterized what really happened. i have a brand-new life with simon. having cesar's help was the best i. >> millan is on a speaking tour, posting this photo over the weekend. animal control required him to show him to pig. his team says he is cooperating fully with the investigation. >> show them the pig. okay. morgan, thank you very much. appreciate that. coming up next, the battle over sleep. why women may actually need more shut eye than men. also, the "frozen" reunion you won't want to miss. former first lady laura bush is here. she'll tell us about her passion project. first, on a monday the citi double cash card comes in very handy with cash back twice on purchases. earn once when you buy, and again as you pay. that's cash back now, and cash back again later. it's cash back d\j vu.
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that's all i'll say. >> good behavior. >> i completely agree. >> complex or complicated, which would it be? >> i'm going with complex. smart. have you ever wondered what your childhood toys would be worth today? the folks at aol scanned ebay and found amazing bids for the toys that some people have forgotten. remember the easy bake oven? when it came out, it cost $15 to $25. online, you can find them for $305. >> no! >> wow. >> gameboy, did you have one? >> i think i still have one. >> on the market for $90 when it came out. if yours is in good condition, you can get $650 for it. >> crazy. >> remember the furby toy? $35. if you have one in good condition today, $900. >> what does it do?
>> it doesn't stop talking, which is annoying. >> like me. now to ariana grande's impersonations on "snl" and the white house photo getting two thumbs up. >> she was great. did you see it? >> oh, man. >> she hosted "snl" and was the musical guest. she impersonated her musical peers. oh, baby, baby, i shouldn't have let you go whenever, whenever, we're meant to be together i'll be there and you're be here, and that's good, my dear and i will always love you
>> i mean, spot on. she didn't stop there. during a family feud sketch, she did her jennifer lawrence impression. >> it's jennifer lawrence. >> they told me not to do game shows and i was like, screw it. i can have fun. i'm a regular person. >> bad habit you can't quit. >> i'm like a snackoholic. i love pringles. if no one is looking, i'll eat a whole can. every day is my cheat day, you know what i mean? >> annoyingly relatable. >> that's insane. >> amazing. >> spot on. >> rave reviews for her impressions. the whole episode is great. a picture is worth a thousand words. how would you caption this from the white house? sasha obama talking to ryan thumbs up. the first daughters attended their first state dinner.
time. time. nee mini reunion. idina menzel, josh gad and kristin bell reuniting for a charity event. kristin performing a "frozen" song. more than a spare >> "frozen 2" which doesn't have a release date, but people are getting excited for it. >> i got "let it go" out of my head. >> that's the story. let's get al's forecast. >> announcer: today's weather is brought to you by garnier. >> let's look at your week ahead. real mess in the pacific
wet and nasty in the northeast with severe weather. into the midwest, midweek period, we're looking at wet weather in the northeast and great lakes. dries out in the west. latter part of the week, we have frozen precip in the northeast and on into northern new england. severe weather from the gulf to texas. try and sunny out west. temperature wise, we're pretty warm as you make your way throughout the eastern half of the country. below normal in the pacific northwest.
and west coast, much abov >> that's your latest weather. savannah? >> al, thank you so much. time now for a conversation with former first lady laura bush. she's here to talk about a new book called "we are afterbegan ghan women." the book includes afghan women's successes and triumphs, despite adversity there. it is a topic mrs. bush has been passionate about since her time in the white house. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> you are invested in these women and these stories. i thought it was striking in your introduction, you said in sixth grade, you wrote an essay about afghanistan. >> that's right. when i was in sixth grade, i chose afghanistan as the most exotic, far away country. never expecting i would actually visit afghanistan and become friends with so many people who live there. >> who knew that all these years later, you would not only be a part of it when you were in the
remained so caring and concerned about their circumstances. what is this book about? why should people care? >> this is the stories of afghan they're very interesting. i think people would be interested to read about them. it's a great history of afghanistan. many of these women left afghanistan with their families when the soviets came in, and then went back. most of them went back after september 11th, when the whole world spotlight turn on afghanistan. people saw how women were treated. american women especially wanted to do something to help our sisters in afghanistan. >> this is a collection of stories. some of these women you know personally, and some have been through unimaginable tragedy. >> that's right. >> somehow overcome. >> mm-hmm. >> this is a story of hope though. >> it is. things are better in afghanistan for women, for sure. afghanistan just had a great election. they have a new president,
lady, who is very active as the first lady. working on women's issues. she's studying many, many women who are imprisoned in afghanistan for things like looking lewd or things like that. she's reviewing those. many, many women are getting out of prison now in afghanistan. >> you wrote in an op-ed you're glad president obama has decided to keep a true presence in afghanistan past 2016. >> they need the security to be stable and try to build this institution that afghanistan needs to support a democracy. they need that security. i'm heartened he chose to leave our troops in there a while. >> do you worry about the future president not doing that and pulling out the troops? >> i'm hoping whoever becomes president next will continue to pay attention to women's issues, especially, in afghanistan, and just the security of afghanistan
affect our own security in our country. >> speaking of campaigns, as we were doing, of course we saw you on the campaign trail. >> that's right. >> with your brother-in-law. >> ore brother ur brother, jeb, who i think president. now we're back on the sidelines. >> you were briefly in the political mix, are you happy to be out? >> i'm sad jeb is out because i think he would have been a great president. george and i are watching with interest from the sidelines. as you know, george is determined not to make remarks about politics. we're back to that side. >> did he share that? there's so much going on in politics now. i imagine you're full of imagines. >> i am, but i won't tell them to you today. >> we saw you last week at the funeral for mrs. nancy reagan. what did she mean to you? you've known her for years. >> i have known her for years and liked her a lot. i went back after she died and
we did the red dress project together about women and heart health. because, of course, she loved red and loved red dresses. the funeral was beautiful. i understand she planned it all and, of course, like everything she did, it was perfect. george and i got to live with the bren enefits of her decorating when we moved to the white house. in some ways, it's sort of the end of an era. for us, with president bush and barbara close to the same age as nancy reagan, of course, we think about them, also. >> i think about this club of first ladies. it's a very tight club. >> getting smaller. >> mrs. obama, of course, is about to wrap up her time in the white house. you know a little something about being a former first lady. any advice for her many ? >> i think she's looking forward to it. you know when you're elected, four years later, your term is up. it's not like other things.
anticipate a more normal life and wonder what it's going to be like. also, i think you start to think about what you can continue to do, that you've already worked on, that'll be productive and successful for our country. >> that brings us full circle. you are certainly doing that with many book. "we are afghan women: voices of hope." good to have you. >> thank you a lot. >> we'll send it outside to matt and carson. >> thank you very much. a matter of minutes from now, we'll hear from coldplay, live on the stage. first, let's look how the band has grown into one of the biggest names in music. >> reporter: for more than 15 years, coldplay has been making hits. it was all yellow >> reporter:
para >> reporter: their seven studio albums sold more than 80 million copies, including their latest, a head full of dreams, which debuted at the top of the rock and alternative charts. they've won seven grammys and have millions of fans worldwide. headlining everything from our concert series to stadium tours to the super bowl. they're upcoming world tour is sold out, but before they start crisscrossing the globe, they're here on our plaza once more. coldplay today. >> coldplay might be the right word today. >> it's raining. chris martin, lead singer, we asked, should we get you an umbrella? with a smile, he said, no, it's like a summer day. we're from england and get this weather all the time. >> we've been tracking the
concert online using #coldplay today. sandra posting in, thanks for giving us the music that speaks to all the seasons of life. #joy #grief #hope. another said, my 2-year-old saw her first coldplay concert and loved it. keep sharing thoughts and use #coldplay today. >> if it rains harder, we'll name the storm. it's coming down. coming up, an entire half hour with the guys from coldplay, after your local news
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more ohio campaign stops today ahead of the primary tomorrow. meanwhile... a new n-b-c news poll... shows here in ohio... john kasich is on top for republicans.. 39-33 percent over donald trump,, as for the democrats... hillary clinton is leading bernie sanders in all states ...including here in ohio... where she has a 20 point advantage ... kyla woods has a news 5 traffic update. kyla? showers are on the way today. looks like they'll arrive around noon with a chance for some thunder right in the early afternoon. highs will be in the mid 60s. we should have scattered rain
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applause ]. 8:30 on monday morning. the 14th of march, 2016. it is the very definition of singing in the rain. coldplay is here. they are thrilling our crowd. the weather has something else to say about it. it's pouring. but it's exciting. >> you want to see a group that's all in? this group is all in. they've been out here rehearsing. chris has a t-shirt on in the
he goes, no, we're cool, man. this is fine. happy to be here. anyway, we're moments away from an incredible live performance. i almost feel stupid saying this. how about a check of the weather? >> 45 degrees. raining pretty good. let's show you what we're looking at around the rest of the country. a mix of frozen precip to the north. also wet weather around the plain states. also expect more snow in the inner mountain region. also the pacific northwest. tomorrow, we've got a risk of strong storms up into the upper mississippi river valley. icy mix in northern new england. the wet weather clears out. look for sunshine through the gulf. good news for friends dealing with the flooding through texas and on into parts of mississippi, alabama and louisianshowers are on the way today. looks like they'll arrive around noon with a chance for some thunder right in the early afternoon. highs will be in the mid 60s. we should have scattered rain off and on through the evening, ending around midnight. tomorrow looks perfect for the ohio primary. while the polls are open it will
highs in the mid 70s. we could see some stronger storms late tuesday night, closer to midnight. >> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. usually, we say we won't make you wait any longer. we're not going to let them wait any longer. ladies and gentlemen, coldplay.
angels sent from up above you make my world light up when i was strong, when i was hurt life is a drink, and love's a drug now i think i must be miles up when i was a river, dried up you came to rain a flood you said drink from me, drink from me, when i was so thirsty pour on a symphony now i just can't get enough put your wings on me, wings on me, when i was so heavy
low, low, low, low i, oh, i, oh got me feeling drunk and high so high, so high i, oh, i, oh now i'm feeling drunk and high so high, so high oh oh, angel sent from up above i feel you coursing through my blood life is a drink, your love's about to make the stars come out put your wings on me, wings on me
back on our plaza. >> that's right. the band's latest album is a head full of dreams. coldplay is chris martin, guy jonny buckland. good to have you pack. >> thanks for having us. >> you just said something to us that completely freaked me out. you said, thank you for coming outside and doing this with us. we're spoiled, and it's really fun to get up at 4:00 in the morning and sweat it out in weather like this. >> grateful to everyone that came out so early. >> you guys, i mean, these are not the best of conditions. every time i look over at you all, you're smiling this morning. does it feel good to be back on stage? >> we haven't seen each other for a week, so we're happy to, you know, be back together as friends. also, any time anyone shows up, it makes us feel great. that's the truth. >> let's go back a few weeks to the super bowl. i mean, amazing. san jose, you're up there on stage, you know that hundreds of
any nerves going into the performance? >> we prepared for it for a long time. eventually, we got so excited about it, we asked great and talented friends to be there with us. the whole thing was an amazing experience in friendship, togetherness and all that kind of thing. >> jonny and guy, i was reading about the new record. which i loved. you looked at it as a jam session. >> we spent weeks together jamming out stuff, seeing what we could come up with. >> will, want to put the towel back on your head? you all right? >> all right. dry. >> exactly. >> like a hat. >> you want this one? >> i'm fine. >> we'll play a coldplay song next. >> ladies and gentlemen,
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beautiful morning. let's keep the music going on our citi concert stage.
coldplay. searching for the water, hoping for the rain up and up down upon the canvas, working meal to meal waiting for a chance to pick on your orange field up and up, up and up see a pearl form a diamond in the rough see a bird soaring high above the flood it's in your blood, it's in
underneath the storm, an umbrella is saying sitting with the poison takes away the pain up and up up and up,
saying we're gonna get it, get it together right now gonna get it, get it together somehow gonna get it, get it together and flower we're gonna get it, get it together, i know gonna get it, get it together and flow gonna get it, get it together and go up and up and up lying in the gutter, aiming for the moon trying to empty out the ocean with a spoon up and up, up and up trying to see the forest, there in every seed angels in the marble waiting to be freed just need love, just need love
we're gonna get it, get it together right now gonna get it, get it together somehow gonna get it, get it together and flower we're gonna get it, get it together, i know gonna get it, get it together and flow we're gonna get it, get it together and go but you can say what is, or fight for it close your mind, or take a risk you can say, it's mine, and clench your fist or see each sunrise as a
we're gonna get it, get it together right now sngts we're gonna get it, get it together somehow we're gonna get it, get it together and flower we're gonna get it, get it together, i know gonna get it, get it together and flow gonna get it, get it together and go up and up and up we're gonna get it, get it together right now gonna get it, get it together somehow gonna get it, get it together and flower we're gonna get it, get it together, i know gonna get it, get it together and flow gonna get it, get it together and go
fixing up a car to drive it again when you're in pain, when you think you've had enough don't ever give up >> thank you for coming, everybody. [ applause ] >> once again, coldplay, thanks so much. they'll be back in a little while. first, this is "today" on nbc. (donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk.
we're getting extra music from coldplay on a rainy monday morning. lights go out and i can't be saved tides that i tried to swim against have brought me down upon
my knees oh, i beg and plead, singing come out of things unsaid shoot an apple off my head and a trouble that can't be named a tiger's waiting to be tamed, singing you are
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this morning on "today's take coldplay is here. we've got more music from one of the biggest bands on the planet. then you're invited to another big fat greek wedding. we'll catch up with the cast of the new film. we're going to spring forward for the hottest sty season. all that and more coming up next. >> announcer: n bc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall, live from
welcome to "today" on an ugly monday morning here in new york city. ma 14th, 2016. i feel alive >> beautiful in music. >> amazing. did not matter that it was pouring rain and it was a drenching rain on the crowd and on coldplay. t-shirts. it s amazing. >> could not have designed a worse day weather wise. day. >> really? cold rain, what's worse? >> a driving blizzard. >> it was great and beautiful. nobody likes cold rain. it was an ugly rain but didn't show at all. coldplay was incredible. the guys have their new album, the super bowl show. they're unbelievable. i picked "adventure of a lifetime" as my morning jam, and they'll sing it a little later. song? it's great. gorillas in the jungle. apparently, this live capture motion, is what they i love this.
if you look in their eyes, you can see, that's chris martin there, obviously. >> circus is doing backup. >> yeah, right. the last song of our wedding, the dj asked my husband, what's the last song you want? he said, i don't know, i don't know. viva la vida. the whole crowd, i mean, i was spinning around, like feet off the ground in my wedding dress. best moment of the night. >> they did an en an encore for the crowd out there. >> we have another song so stay tuned this hour. now, we're going to talk politics. it was a wild weekend in this campaign. beginning on friday really. protests, some violence at donald trump's events. on friday, chaos in chicago. large group of protesters took over an arena, essentially, and forced donald trump to postpone, cancel the event. on saturday, secret service
scrambled to protect trump. look at this scene. >> oh, my gosh. >> surrounding donald trump. a man tried to breach security. the man said he was going to get to the stage to say trump was a racist. trump later sa ties to isis. there's no evidence of that. he was referring to a video he dug up on youtube. it was doctored in some way. >> right. >> protester was charged with inducing panic and disorderly conduct. more chaos on saturday night. kansas city, police using pepper spray on some demonstrators there. this w outside the event. there was also an incident last wednesday. yo mig remember this. 78-year-old man, this is in fayetteville, nor carolina, as a protester is led out, just steps into the aisle and delivers a forearm shiver. he's charged with assault there. that incident prompted this exchange yesterday between donald trump and chuck todd on "meet the press."
responsibili whatsoever for the escalated tension that takes place at your rallies? >> i don't accept responsibility violence in any shape, and i will tell you, from what i saw, the young man stuck his finger up in the air and the other man sort of just had it. violence. i'm curious, do you plan on paying for t legal fees of the older gentleman in north carolina who sucker punched the protester? >> well, i'm not aware. i will say this, i do want to see what that young man was doing. i've actually instructed my people to look into it, yes. >> he sa he will look into covering the legal fees of the 78-year-old man charged with assault there. trumps critics saying the rhetoric he's been using for months and months encouraged some of the hostility. he talks about, in the good old days, we'd take the protester out on a stretcher. i'd like to punch the guy in the face. >> right. >> demonstrators came in chicago and shut down a rally and
there are two sides to this. something ugly is happening right now. hillary clinton and bernie sanderthis. all against the back dr e day in the race. ohio, florida, missouri, north carolina, states all voting there. if donald trump wins florida and ohio, he's off to the races. >> yeah. >> i know chuck yesterday on "meet the press" was calling it separation tuesday. if john kasich loses, he'll probably have to drop out. if marco rubio loses, he's out. he may in fl by double digits. >> i think ohio will be closer. it's interesting with kasich, the sitting governor there. could beat trump there. sure. another story we're at t morning, you recall richard simmons, frequent guest on our show. used to be here all the time. he was last here in 2012. there have been some reports in the last couple of years, people haven't seen him. he's 67 years old.
he spoke with savannah recently about these reports. they were in the "daily news" most recently, that said he was being controlled by people around him, including a housekeeper. masseuse. >> possibly controlling him. on the phone with savannah, he set the record straight and wanted to clear up the rumors. >> no one is holding me in my house as a hostage. you know, i do what i wa do, as i've always done. people should sort of just believe what i have to say. simmons. i wanted to ask you housekeeper. she in any way -- is she still employed by you? is there any issue where you feel she is controlling you or influence? >> that's just very silly. she has been with me for 30 years. couple. i think your friends or
reporters are saying, but it's not like you, to just lose touch completely. >> i just sort of wanted to be a little bit of a loaner for a while. >> are you surprised that people have been so worried about you? >> for all the people that are worrying about me, i want to tell them that i love them with my whole heart and soul. and that not to worry. richard is fine. you haven't seen the last of me. i'll come back, and i'll come back strong. >> he's got a lot of fans, a lot of people clearly worried about him. hopefully, this sets the record straight. i think a lot of people still wondering though, you know, why he won't at least come out publicly and say, i'm doing okay. >> that article suggests not just that he's being controlled but held captive in his own home. >> elderly abuse and all of that, as well, the reports of that.
own decisions. >> farce ass we know. >> he spent most of his life in the public eye. >> wants to step out. >> who are we to say? >> can't go anywhere without people recognizing him. >> true. >> when he was here in 2008, he took over the control room. >> exhausting, being richard simmons, as you look at this video. he literally came in and it was a party in the control room. >> still had the tank top and shorts. eve wearing the head bands. top. >> wishing him well. richard, hope you'll come back on the show with us soon if you're watching. march madness, they just announced the brackets. have you filled yours out yet? >> i'm just happy vanderbilt got in. barely snuck? >> i filled mine out. we're going to do our contest better get on it. >> to get you in the mood, check out the dramatic finish at the a versus oklahoma
launching a half court shot. take a look. >> oh, he wins the game! he wins it! oh, wait, hold on. officials ruling the ball was still in his hands when the shot clock expires. >> no! come on! >> west virginia wins. >> kidding me? >> all that for nothing? >> look at that. >> oh, oh! come on. >> i say you give it to them. >> cincinnati-uconn game. once again, it's heartbreaking. it is. >> oklahoma, watch out for them in the tournament. buddy, the senior, he's great. oklahoma will go far. >> who are you picking? >> kansas look but that's the obvious pick, number one seed. vanderbilt, all the way. >> how can you turn your back on your team? >> yeah. check of the weather, roker? >> little nasty out there. the good news is a lot of folks
especially in the areas that were somewhat flood prone. early week precipitation, week ahead, wet in the northeast. we have a little -- look who is over here. the cast of "my big fat greek wedding 2." all hanging out. this is exciting. >> andrea martin. >> it's like saying a magic word. >> and joey fatone. >> all troublemakers. lainie kazan. >> we'll get to them. >> i'll take that from you. >> this never happened. terrible. oh! thank u very much. showers are on the way today. looks like they'll arrive around noon with a chance for some thunder right in the early afternoon. highs will be in the mid 60s. we should have scattered rain off and on through the evening, ending around midnight. tomorrow looks perfect for the ohio primary.
highs in the mid 70s. we could see some stronger storms late tuesday night, closer to midnight. >> i'm traveling. i got a trip. >> i need this suit. >> how are you? we've been waiting for you guys. >> how are you? >> hello, hello. >> hey, hey, hey. >> we're going to break it out. the cast is back and better than ever. the cast of "my big fat greek wedding 2" is joining us after this. >> i've been waiting for you
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been 14 years since tuo oula and ian tied the knot in "my big fat greek wedding." >> now, the family is planning another celebration with "my big fat greek wedding 2." we'll catch up with the stars in a moment. first, a look at the phenomenon. >> r 2002, audiences feokalos family. it was the brain child of nia vardalos, whs tow ula, a woman who falls in love with a non-greek, played by john corbett. may i please date your daughter? >> no! >> reporter: cultures collide as the two plan their wedding. >> my parents' names are rodney and harriett. >> reporter: the star-studded cast includes lainie kazan has
toula's mother andrea martin as the aunt, joey fatone as the cousin. raking in more than $240 million, it was the highest grossing romantic comedy of all time. >> the wedding is on! >> reporter: in "my big fat greek wedding 2," a shocking family secret. >> never signed the wedding license. >> r leaves the whole toula and ian's teenage daughter to come together for a bigger and fatter wedding this march. >> with us now for the film's cast members, nia vardalos, lainie kazan, andrea martin and joey fatone. i can't believe it's been 14 years. wee j saying, it seems we were just in athens for the olympics and you did a whole walking tour with us back then. the movie was just coming out. >> yeah. >> what's it like, being back as the family? >> we love each other. >> we see each other all the time. >> you do?
it was joyous to be on set. we felt sorry for the director. this is us on set. >> how are you? >> that's right. >> hey. >> it's a big fat greek vacation. wants to know, why did it take 14 years? why did it take so long for a movie -- >> she didn't listen to me. >> classic mom, right? >> yes. >> no-brainer. >> the wait is entirely my fault. all my fault. i wanted to wait until motherhood. luckily, i did recently become a mother, and i started writing on my daughter's first day of here we are. right? >> that's right. takes a while. >> she's pretty much doing it from life experience. being a mother now and knowing what and tribulations, goo times and bad times, that's great about her. she writes from her real life, which is great. >> i love you, joey fatone. it's like we're cousins. so much changed on the set in the first day.
joey is a parent. things have changed in our lives. it was like, we caught up, but it was just like we had just been there yesterday. lay inie, the story is surrounding your character and a wedding that needs to take place. i'm not supposed to talk about it. >> okay. >> lips are sealed. >> what do you think about the film, the first film that struck a chord, what was it? >> i think everyone identified with the characters. it didn't matter what nationality yo. a just touched a core and chord in everyone. even my vietnamese nail person, mann manicuri we cast close to the way people are. andrea martin is a very mischievous person. she can play aunt voula from her
>> trying to act against type today. you seem very subdued. >> what is it like being in an ensemble like this? where it's just non-stop chaos, and everybody hangs out. >> yes, it's chaotic off camera, but i think everybody is serious about the roles that they play. i think what was beautiful 14 years later is that it was organic this time. we didn't have to second guess what we were doing. >> we were already the characters. we alr the people. you know, also, i think what's so special, that we shot this film in toronto -- i don't know if i'm supposed to say -- it's away from the media. you focus on what you're doing. you're not thinking, is this going to be successful? it's really about getting together and having fun. a big benefit, shooting it in the same place we shot it 14 years ago. >> number three is youdaughter wedding coming up. >> if i write it, i have to give you credit. >> that's right.
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here's how it works, i'll ask a question and you use your magic cubes there to reveal the most all right? >> yeah. >> here we go. feel free to dish. who can do the best greek accent? >> interesting. >> for sure. >> no-brainer. >> joey. >> andrea. >> i think consensus is nia. if there were a blooper reel for the film, who would appear most often? >> i'm going to say -- joey. >> joey. >> why is it always me? >> what would we do? >> he's a troublemaker. >> who is most likely to trample a crowd to get the bouquet at a wedding? andrea, right? >> andrea. >> lainie.
>> i'll say lainie. >> all right. who can actually name the first three letters of the greek alphabet? >> got to be nia. >> all right. who is most likely to give an embarrassing wedding speech. >> oh, yeah, right there. >> joey. >> why me many. >>e joker. >> you'd drink and be like, i love you, man. a lot of that. >> joey? >> andrea. >> okay. >> if i had writers, i'd be able to give a good speech. off the top, i don't know. >> couple of drinks. always helps, right? >> baklava. >> mosa '90s boy band song from the dj. >> come on, joey.
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once that is done, we're going to cover that. once it's all done, cover it with another pan. let it go at a low temperature. small amount of release. you see a touch of release of moisture here. it's going to cook to itself but not so much that the moisture releases and boils. >> keep it crispy. >> we want it to roast. >> party here for me. you don't get to eat, but i do. >> i like it. >> what'd i do? >> onions, peppers, sa in here, as well. >> not a ton of sausage. >> just a touch. adds a lot of flavor. a little goes a long way. >> spicy? sausage. s, as well. cover it for another 15 minutes or so. the natural release of the juices from the peppers and the
this is what is ultimately going to look like. >> ten minutes on the initial browning. next phase, how long? >> another 15 minutes or so. just like that. >> then 15 again? >> nice and slow. just like that. >> how can you tell if the chicken is done inside? >> you can use a little tester, y poke it to see if the juices are running clear. but jump right in there. there's no judgment here. >> going in. >> it is delicious. >> scott, always good to see you. >> thayou. to get this recipe, head to today.com/food i'm taking this whole plate. >> take it with you. we'll listen to coldplay together with the food. coldplay has been live on our plaza all morning. they'r back next with their latest hit "adventure of a
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shoes tie the outfit together. >> royal, can i get a smile? >> maybe later, he says. >> thank you, guys. >> adorable. >> great job, family. next, the hoblins. >> yeah. >> i think cool is the name of the game. >> culottes are huge this spring. beautiful pair of white culottes. great knit top. leather jacket. she's neutral but has a fun flair. for dad, it's a pop of don't be afraid of yellows. the khakis are from gap, under $60. for the kids, shades of blues and greens. beach-inspired look. on the daughter, we have this jump suit from old navy. i love the mint green jacket.
out blue in style. pants from kmart. the shoes are from native. slip ons and waterproof. kids love them. >> keep it in the same color family. wit culottes, because i'm petite, do you worry about that? >> if you're under 5'4", you want to wear them with a heel. if you're over 5'4", you're lucky and can rock them with whatever you want. >> cool with the culottes. not a good look on me. >> thank you so much. next up, we have the mcgoverns looking beachy inspired. >> we have fun tones here. on mom, she is showing us the hottest trend for spring. this is the shoulder cutout. they're flattering no matter your size or figure. the dress is under $50 from licorice.com. navy and did a long necklace. this is the must-have sandal. dad is showing us how to do safari chic.
great update to your classic blazer. >> c on out. work it. >> safari chic. >> think indiana jones. >> channelling harrison ford. i like this. a s chic jacket and also a stable, button down khakis. let's talk about the kids. also channelling the sahara sand look. it's all about neutrals. usually you think of colors for kids, but it's elevated with neutrals for children. old navy on our daughter here, looks beautiful in the little jacket, as well. then we have the striped sweater from h&m. also pants from forever 21. they have kids and mens and women. i didn' know that. i have ter family to shop. >> all the families rocked it. >> suc the carpet. come on out. >> i love the layering effect. you can break down the outfit depending on the temperature. >> you can kind of repurpose all
your closet. you get more bang for your bucks. >> royal, smile! come on, one little smile, royal. >> trying to look cool. >> oh! yay. >> little llia thanks. first, this is "today" on nbc. change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability. bernie sanders. he was there when dr. king marched on washington. unafraid to challenge the status quo to end racial profiling, take on police misconduct, and take down a system that profits from mass imprisonment. there is no president who will fight harder to end institutional racism. education. opportunity. reform. bernie.
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rain is moving back in to the greater cincinnati. let's check the forecast. meteorologist jennifer schack... in for randi right now. showers are on the way today. looks like they'll arrive around noon with a chance for some thunder right in the early afternoon. highs will be in the mid 60s. we should have scattered rain off and on through the evening, ending around midnight. tomorrow looks perfect for the ohio primary. while the polls are open it will be nice and warm. highs in the mid 70s. we could see some stronger storms late tuesday night,
candidate for president has opposed every disastrous deal -- bernie anders. while others supported unfair trade deals, bernie stood with american workers. he'll take on wall street and their trade deals because he doesn't take their money. for jobs. for us. bernie. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. >> announcer: f nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. how great were they, coldplay? hey, everybody. itmond monday. march 14th. i had an adventure of a lifetime. can't wait to hear about it. coldplay was out on the plaza.