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dries out tomorrow. we get some sun in the afternoon, 62. clouds thicken tomorrow night and the rain is back in here sunday. sunday could be a cold, soaking rain. 50s for the high. so much for may. it gets better next week, upper 60s tuesday and wednesday. saturday the better of the two. >> thank you. the "today" show is coming up next. >> that's what's happening "today in new york." have a wonderful weekend. good morning. boiling over. hundreds of protestors gather outside a donald trump rally in california. nearly 20 arrested. while in indiana ted cruz response to these harsh words from former speaker of the house john boehner. >> lucifer in the nesh. >> have never worked with a more
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>> he allowed his inner trump to come out. >> will boehner's words hurt or help cruz. >> relentless, more severe weather expected to impact about 24 million americans today. tornadoes, hail, heavy rain. al is back to tell us when it will end. who is to blame? the investigation into prince's death now focussing on who provided him with powerful painkillers as nbc news learns police were called to the pop stars home at least twice last year. the reason listed as medical. and up in smoke. a top nfl prospect tumbles down the draft board after this controversial post appears on his social media account. >> somehow somebody got my photos. >> so was he really hacked or was it a cost hi mistake of his own making? today, friday, april 29th, 2016
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is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. before we get into politics can we take a look outside? have you seen the crowd out there? >> rewind. >> exactly. we are going back to the 90s in the i love the 90s concert. >> we'll throw it back big time. but first our top story. >> violent protests outside a trump rally in california where nearly 20 people were arrested. this as trump's opponent ted cruz responds to the harsh words from john boehner. we'll begin our coverage this morning with peter alexander. good morning. >> good morning, this was donald trump's first campaign rally in california and a huge crowd of antitrump demonstrators were there to greet him. it was an ugly night producing
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the rally back in march. this time fights striking out outside between trump's opponents and supporters. last thursday hundreds of anti-trump protestors in california spilling out into the streets, blocking traffic and attacking police cars. knbc capturing this trump supporter bandaged and talking to medical personnel. police arrived in riot gear. 20 people arrested. donald trump cruising into the golden state with 172 delegates and the last stop on the road to the republican nomination. >> no state in america has suffered worse from open borders than the state of california. it's impact on jobs, wages, security, schools, hospitals, has been devastated. i love california. june 7th. >> scores of protestors with many demonstrators spilling out
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traffic and attacking police cars. >> for ted cruz the devil is in the details with former speaker of the house john boehner giving cruz hell. >> lucifer in the flesh. i have never worked with a more miserable son of a [ bleep ] in my life. >> he allowed his inner trump to come out. when john boehner calls me lucifer, he's not directing that at me. he's directing that at you. when he says that i'm the work guy he's ever worked with, he's never worked with me. >> cruz and carly fiorina crossing the state. now do or die for the duo. now trump's team is feeling alive collecting new congressional endorsements and reading cruz his last rights. >> last tuesday was the nail in the coffin. >> and with indiana likely to go down to the pusser trump is
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>> i tell you, he could play for me. >> comparing him to president true man. >> with what he did with dropping the bomb and having the guts to drop the bomb in 1944 saved millions of american lives and here's a man that would do the same thing. >> back at trump tower in new york the nypd responded to reports of an envelope containing white powder nailed to trump's campaign office. it was opened by a staff member overnight. police determined that the powder was not a threat. matt and savannah. >> peter, thanks. >> let's bring in chuck todd. nbc's political director and moderator of meet the press. there's no secret there's not a lot of love lost between john boehner and ted cruz but in a certain way does this help ted cruz? he makes this argument that it's the establishment that doesn't like him?
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cruz six months ago. this could have helped ted cruz if there's no such thing as donald trump. this hurts ted cruz now. it's why the stop trump movement couldn't get people to rally around ted cruz. there is 100%, nearly 100% conviction among republicans that donald trump would not be a good republican nominee but there's no consensus that somehow ted cruz would be a better alternative and what you hear john boehner say is essentially what you hear behind the scenes here in washington with a lot of republicans. as much as they fear trump, they think the alternative in cruz is worse. this is why cruz is stuck where he's at right now. >> what you're saying is the prospect for a united republican party in this general election season are extremely dim. >> it's very dim. if the choices are trump and cruz it's not going to be a party that's going to be able to unite with itself and that's why
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out -- and i'm convinced now, the stop trump movement totally lost all of it's steam when paul ryan said there's no way. don't expect me to be your savior at the convention. don't expect me to be somehow encouraging people to put me on the ballot and i think that's what we're staring at here and that's what the republican party is staring at. one more point, matt, john boehner is not speaker of the house because of ted cruz. don't forget that and john boehner hasn't forgotten that. >> let's talk about indiana. it's supposed to be the alamo for the stop trump movement. does it still hold that potential? >> it doesn't because at this point trump can lose indiana and still get to the magic number. it's a little harder but the good news for trump is if he wins indiana, wins it by a point, what does ted cruz do from here? what is his rational after this? cruz put it all on the line.
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trying this running mate game. tried the alliance with kasich. if none of this works, where does he go? >> thank you. be sure to watch "meet the press" on sunday. the guest is ted cruz. >> convenient. sentenced the american to 10 years in prison on espionage charges. his sentencing comes weeks after university of virginia student was sentenced to 15 year others of hard labor for allegedly trying to steal a propaganda poster from a hotel. >> swroe joe biden is at the vatican this morning. he is leading the moon shot
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biden lost his oldest son bo to brain cancer. >> we'll talk about a bizarre and frightening scene in baltimore where police shot a suspect that walked into a television station wearing an animal costume and surgical mask and what appeared to be a bomb strapped to his chest. tom costello joins us with the latest on this. what can you tell us? >> good morning. a very calm security guard kept the suspect distracted while employees got out. he claimed he had a bomb and he was talking about a government conspiracy. social media video shot by a fox station employee of baltimore police confronting a suspect that claimed he had a bomb. after refusing to surrender police opened fire. it all started when a man wearing an animal costume, surgical mask and what appeared
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showed up at the tv station carrying a flash drive that he wanted the station to air. a man that identified him as edward breezy told our baltimore affiliate the suspect was his son alex. a station security guard kept him disstrakt tracted alerting employees to evacuate. >> he said i don't want to hurt anyone. i don't want to hurt you. i just want my message heard. >> in the parking lot he had his car on fire. as he walked out of the station s.w.a.t. team officers were waiting guns drawn. they ordered him on the ground but when he refused they opened fire. police stayed back as a robot moved in to remove the suspect's vest but it turns out the vest wasn't made of explosives. >> those devices were actually chocolate can day bars wrapped in aluminum foil with wiring connecting each of them.
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>> officers cautiously moved in. the suspect taking to a waiting armored vehicle. photos on facebook give a glimpse into his life. his dad saying his son is not a threat and a recent break up is to blame. >> it looks like he has just had a mental break down. >> he is also saying his son said a few weeks agatha he had had a revelation from god or from jesus that the world was going to come to some sort of a terrible event on june 3rd and he was trying to get the word out with the flash drive. >> thank you. the fbi arrested three more people in connection with the san bernardino shooting in september. prosecutors say three people related to the shooter were involved in a marriage scheme to allow one of them to remain in the united states fraudulently. investigators uncovered the sham marriage during their
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that killed 14 people and wounded 22 others. >> there's a new twist in the investigation of the death of pop super star prince. law enforcement looking into what role a doctor or doctors may have played in a possible drug overdose. stephanie gosk is in minnesota with the latest. hi, stephanie. >> good morning. with no official cause of death details into the investigation of prince's final days continue to leak out. the associated press is reporting that investigators are looking into whether a doctor prescribed drugs for him that lead to an overdose and whether a doctor was on board that plane that made an emergency landing the day pfr his before his death. meanwhile the family had the first meeting about the estate and it could get complicated. >> no will, no spouse, and no children. prince's estate worth as much as 300 million will be split among
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they all met for the first time in thursday in indianapolis including his half brother that spoke with nbc news. >> how was it to see everybody? >> pretty good. made me feel better. >> jackson's lawyer admitted an estate as large and complicated as prince's is not easily divided. >> everything was everywhere. i have a sense that he intended it this way so he could share with all of his siblings. >> is this going to be tough? >> well not from our end. >> jackson says it has been years since he was in contact with his brother. he saw paisley park for the first time this week. >> i knew he built it. he built it with his own hands. so i just wanted to see it. >> as the family negotiates, the sheriff's office worries the intense public scrutiny could jeopardize the investigation. a judge granted a request to seal a search warrant that
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but the sheriff's department did release a list of calls for service at paisley park. police were requested for suspicious activity, alarms and fires. last year in august and then in september the reason was listed as medical with no further details. >> so the mystery remains. she was lucky enough to catch prince in atlanta for his final performance. >> as he left the stage, the backdrop behind him was a younger photo of himself and he turned around and he saluted that photo to his younger self-and as he left he put his fist in the air and it was very triumphant. >> a public memorial is scheduled in los angeles on may 6th. the mayor says it's going to be quite a party.
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thank you. >> now to the severe weather outbreak wreaking havoc across the south. another 24 million people in the line of fire as the storms sweep across the region and they're already dealing with dangerous flooding after days of heavy rain there. miguel is in gulf port, mississippi for us this morning. hey, miguel, good morning. >> good morning. welcome to what is now part of the new biloxi river. this morning is it some 4.5 feet above flood stage. this was all caused by a massive storm yesterday. i want to show you what it looked like here. more than 10 inches of rain fell here in just a couple of hours. it was a dramatic scene. the mayor declared an emergency here. there are more than 200 911 calls, more than 50 rescues made here and a wild week of weather all across the country. more than 22 tornadoes touching down in 7 different states.
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country have been most concerned about the tornado alley area of the midwest where they have seen a severe bout of severe weather. here in mississippi they're concerned that this water level will rise a couple of more inches as we move forward but there's good news. no homes are in the immediate threat danger but the wild weather, the heavy rain will continue through the weekend. savannah. >> all right miguel, thank you. >> now here back from a couple of days away, nice to have you back. >> nice to be back. wish we had better weather to talk about. unfortunately we're still looking at more rain and you can see it all firing up now. severe thunderstorm watches out and we may be looking at more tornadoes again today. enhanced area from oklahoma city, witch chita wichita, falls, dallas, severe hail will be the most common threat. but as this system moves into the plains, multiple rounds of
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moving into arkansas, tennessee, mississippi, alabama, georgia eventually. so a lot of rain. look at this over the next three days anywhere from 3 to 5 inches of rain from lake charles all the way up to memphis. 7 million people under a flash flood watch now and we could see rain rates 1 to 2 inches per hour. upwards of six inches for some of these areas. we're getting stop... clicking around book direct at for the lowest price online and... start playing start relaxing start loving book direct at and start saving.
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most areas, north of town. mid to upper 40s. same scenario anywhere you go this morning. a lot of cloud cover out there. few braekeds in some spots and a few sphrinkles up toward the north, and northwest of us. high temperature today only in the upper 50s. low 60s tomorrow. clouds giving way to partly sunny afternoon. rain back on sunday. cool, 54. left over shower monday with a high near 60. and that's your latest weather, savannah. >> frightening moment for passengers on a flight from newark to omaha, nebraska. a united airlines flight made an emergency landing after the engine made a groaning noise and the plane dipped to the left. it did land safely and passengers were put on a different flight. >> plenty of drama for college football's top players that were looking to make a jump to the pros.
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2016 nfl draft, the los angeles rams select jared goff, quarterback, california. >> cal quarterback jared goff the number one overall pick. he's headed to the l. aflt a. rams. the night did not go as planned for laremn y tunsil. he tumbled down the board as a bizarre video was shown of him on his twitter account minutes before. his agent says tunsil's twitter account was hacked. he tweeted an apology and was picked 13th by the miami dolphins. but it potentially cost him millions of dollars. >> talk about bad timing. >> no question. coming up hear them roar. pop super star katy perry in a
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nuns over a multimillion dollar property. >> plus after nearly 150 years the biggest stars of the greatest show on earth are retiring this weekend. we get a sneak peek at what's next for the beloved animals. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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good morning, everyone. 7:26. looking at the brooklyn bridge on this friday morning. 50 degrees out. i'm darlene rodriguez. happening now, police are searching for a young boy and a man who allegedly tried to sell the child for sex. police say the suspect solised another man to have the boy perform acts on him for $300. investigators say it happened near the bridge in central park around 11:00 last night. the suspect may have been around 35 and wearing a black coat with fur on it. the young boy was wearing a red or orange spring jacket. let's look at the morning commute now. we have an accident on the cross bronx expressway westbound by the sheraton.
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shut down out by park avenue. we have kai simonton over the scene at 202 southbound in bridgewater. all lanes shut down. you aring go to be diverted off to 222 westbound. watch out for delays on uptown r trains. >> thank you, lauren. we'll be right back with chris's forecast. another gray start out there.
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storm tracker, not much. a few scattered sprinkles and showers around, better chance actually during the first half of tonight. 40s tonight. clouds giving way to partly sunny afternoon tomorrow. the clouds and rain returns by sunday morning. rain all day sunday. left over showers sunday and a little warming trend. now snapping a selfie while driving caused a car crash and is the popular app snapchat responsible? if your family outing is magical
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violent protests erupted overnight in california as donald trump took his campaign to the delegate rich golden state. meanwhile ted cruz fired back at john boehner after the former speaker of the house called him lucifer in the house. he said boehner allowed his inner trump to come out. the new feud comes as cruz heads to indiana to keep his hopes alive for an open convention. >> severe weather barrels across the plains and the south. dangerous flooding after days of heavy rain there. the storms bring a risk of tornadoes and baseball sized hail. >> this morning baltimore police have a man in custody after he walked into a television station wearing an animal costume, a surgical mask and what appeared to be a bomb strapped to his chest.
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was shot by one of the officers. katy perry's legal battle with california nun over the purchase of their content and nearly filed court documents and a vatican decree was lost in translation. >> it's not often worlds collide between pop stars and the vatican. especially not over real estate but that's exactly what is happening in los angeles. two nuns battle it out in court to determine if katy perry has a right to own their former convent. take it as an article of faith. real estate can be an unholy mess. who owns the right to sell the 22,000 square foot mansion that once housed the blessed virgin mary convent. none of the nuns live on the property but they still believe the right to sell is theirs and two of them struck a deal with the local developer to buy the property for $15.5 million in june of last year. >> i got very swept away by the
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>> the los angeles diocese claims the sell is invalid and the nuns gave control of the property to them in 1992. they entered into a similar deal with pop star katy perry. the dispute made it to the los angeles superior court and just over two weeks ago the judge ruled in favor of the arch diocese referring from a decree from the vatican dismissing the sisters case. the sisters argue the decree was incorrectly translated and now filed a motion for reconsideration in order to save the decision. >> it clearly says matters are not concluded in the vatican. the judge should not have ruled that matters were concluded. >> first part the archdiocese stated their main concern is and have always been the care and wellbeing of all the heart of mary sisters and they stand with
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all the sisters from an invalid transaction. though they pledged to look after the five remaining sisters until their death. what's at stake is who controls the money. >> the sisters have the ability to control their own affairs. >> she says this is not about her or katy perry saying it is my belief that the powers that be in rome will make this right for the nuns. >> the hearing on the sister's motion is scheduled for june 20th but the arch diocese are headed to court today to see if they can expedite the motion. katy perry did not respond to our request for comment. >> thank you very much. >> this weekend marks the end of an era for the greatest show on earth. the ringling brothers featured elephants for 150 years but now the gentle giants will take their final bow.
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rehind behind the scenes look. good morning. >> well, good morning, they're packing it in. they're having their final show day coming up here on sunday. that's when they'll make their final exit. this is karen here. karen is going to be joining her good friends. very hungry this morning karen. joining her friends officially after sunday in retirement. what do you think of that? >> reporter: electrical phants have long been a symbol of the greatest show on earth. the stars of ringling brothers circus for 145 years. now they're getting ready to take their final bow and retire from the circus forever. >> this is really in the best interest of the elephants and the best interest of our company and in the best interest of audiences. the decision comes after animal rights activists changed laws in cities and towns where the
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compliance became more complicated. so where do electrical phants retire? they're moving to where else? florida. >> you're a good-looking girl. >> reporter: 200 acres far from the public eye. the ringling brothers center for elephant conservation. >> did you ever think they would come? >> no, thousands of people would love to see these incredible animals and i would hoping that would go on forever. >> soon the center will be home to 40 retired elephants. while they won't be wowing children anymore they'll be playing a critical role for a special group of kids. pediatric cancer patients. >> how do you feel about elephants? >> i love elephants. >> reporter: researchers in utah are now using blood from the elephants to find a cure for cancer. >> we're really excited by this finding that elephants almost never get cancer. now the challenge is to try to see how can we take this information and apply it to people.
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headquaters in florida. >> this is where we build all of the scenery. >> reporter: the design of the show is constantly evolving. there's skating and outer space scenes and new technology. are you trying to replace the electrical fanlt phants with this? >> it's a way to do something new and different and do things we have never been able to do before. >> in anyway are you sad to see the elephants go? >> it's bittersweet but i'm so excited about taking this brand into the future. >> reporter: well, there will still be, even though the elephants are not there, camels and lions and tigers and even kangaroos and as a sign of the time, a nod to the younger generation. my hand is caught. there we go. sorry. and they're actually going to live stream on facebook. their final act on sunday and karen, are you a little nervous
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maybe she is nostalgic, guys, what do you think? >> thank you. let's get a check of the weather now from al. >> let's show you what's going on. if you're too young to remember you'll get it. anyway, you're looking at more snow. we're talking snow in denver and the rockies. cheyenne 6 to 10 inches. this closed off upper level low has all the cold air with it. jet stream dips way down to the south. look at the temperatures today. throughout the southwest flagstaff 54, 40 degrees in denver. that's 26 degrees below average. saturday more of the same and it goes right on al, thanks very much. a cloudy sky out there this morning. it stays mainly cloudy. look for sprinkles too. upper 50s.
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tonight, a better chance of seeing showers the first half of the night and it dries out after midnight. tomorrow morning, clouds and turning partly sunny for the afternoon. it's a nice day on the weekend, high of 62. rains back here on sunday and there could be plenty of it. it's breezy and chilly on monday. back in the upper 60s tuesday and wednesday next week. eather any time you need weather channel on cable. >> coming up offered maternity leave but what about me-ternity leave. one woman is fighting for paid time off even for those without kids. >> taking selfies and driving is simply not a good idea. >> certainly isn't. hey guys. good morning to you, we're live here in birmingham, alabama. we're talking about disstrakt tracted today on the heels of the snapchat lawsuit. they're going to track my eye movement.
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a new warning about snapping behind the wheel. a new lawsuit filed against snapchat claiming the app's speed tracking filter led to a serious car crash in georgia. >> jeff rossen is in birmingham, alabama with more on the fall out from this. good morning. >> good morning to you. we all think we're masters at taking selfies. here's one right here. or even just texting our friends. i do it all day just like you at home but it's a different ball game behind the wheel. we heard these warnings before but today we want to show you what we're talking about. we have come to this high-tech driving simulator in birmingham, alabama. i'm going to text and take selfies and post to social media
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my eyes. you have to see what happens. >> in this latest case this woman accused of taking a selfie while driving trying to post on snapchat and crashing into another car. after the accident, she snapped yet another selfie on a gourney with the caption lucky to be alive. the driver she hit barely made it out alive suffering brain damage now suing snapchat. but it's not just on snapchat. this 18-year-old girl behind the wheel posting on facebook, i can't discuss this matter now. driving and facebooking is not safe. haha. seconds later she crashed into a tanker truck and was killed. >> your heart and there's a big chunk of it gone. >> this is how it can end. >> now drivers across the country admitting to it. in fact, on instagram the #driving selfie going viral.
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posting photos from behind the wheel. so today researchers at the university of alabama at birmingham are using cutting edge technology to scare us all straight. >> let me get in the simulator. looks like a regular suv. once inside they hook me up to this special eye tracker software focused on my pupils. they can see where i'm looking in real time and how long i look addway. every second analyzed by the assistant professor. >> i want you to drive like you normally would and i want you to try to take a selfie. >> going 30 miles per hour here i'm going to try to open the camera app and flip it over to selfie mode and make sure that the lighting is good. got it. >> send a text message. >> i wouldn't normally text and drive but i will here.
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hi i'm shooting at the lab. call you after. and send. all right let me pull over here. how did i do? >> well not so great. that text you just sent required your eyes off of the road for ten seconds so you were all over the road, swerving. you could have hit someone? >> what about the selfie, was that better? >> you took your eyes off the road for 15 seconds when moving at 30 miles per hour it's pretty dangerous stuff. >> it's even more dangerous at highway speeds. >> now i'm going 60 miles per hour and i'm not only going to take a selfie but i'm also going to post it to my social media. let me flip it around to selfie mode. now i'm going to post it. still working on posting it. okay. share. i posted it. >> this time the results are even more alarming. >> that took your eyes off the road for about 25 seconds.
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distance of a couple of football fields with your eyes closed. >> incredibly dangerous. >> this is real life stuff so it's important for everybody to understand just how dangerous dis distracted driving is. >> seems so clear. so obvious. don't do it but so many people do. listen to the stat guys. 50% of all car accidents in america, distracted driving is a factor and now social media idea. don't do it. no snap is more important than someone's safety. here, here. >> absolutely. good information. especially kids taking to the wheel which is no good. >> a lot of distractions unfortunately. still to come why a will ferrell comedy doesn't have the reagan family laughing. >> and we're heading back to the
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>> 7:51. she has the 90s. carson will be jealous. >> i feel like that was his era. but with our big i love the 90s coming up on the plaza we have flash back photos. we dug deep into the vault. here's what we found. matt in the early 80s. we have al and matt on the plaza making your debut on the plaza in the 90s. san van, those were your college years. there you were. still taller than everyone else. and chanell. >> so cute. >> do you remember senior pictures? i remember going that looks cool. let's take a picture with the guitar. i never played the guitar. i don't like to play the guitar. >> i found this one deep from the depths of my closet here.
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7:56 on this friday morning. i'm darlene rodriguez. in the news, mayor de blasio is denying any wrongdoing into the investigation into possible fundraising violations. he says he nor his advisers have done anything wrong. top aides have gotten subpoenas from federal and local investigators. it stems from the failed attempt of helping democrats to gain control of the senate. the striking workers are rejecting verizon's offer. workers have been on strike for more than two weeks now. right now, we have downtown 1 train running express 137th and 96th and delays. on the roads, route 202 remains
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you'll be detoured to 222 west and delays are building. check the weather today. cloudy cool, some spotty rain. high of 57 degrees. tonight, cloudy and chilly with showers, tomorrow, partly sunny skies, sunny, cloudy and rain. 54 is the high. coming up on the "today" show, natalie sits down with comedian george lopez to talk
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>> it's 8:00 on "today." coming up me-ternity leave. should you be entitled to a maternity leave equivalent and get paid time off even if you don't have children. >> it's a time when it's really just for you. it's a time to take a step back. >> we'll talk to the author of a
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plus pop super star adam levine. >> you're the embodiment of that dream. >> we'll catch up with the singer and voice coach and talk about season 10, his tribute to prince and becoming a dad. long live the 90s. >> we're throwing it back on our plaza this morning with the i love the 90s concert tour. kicking off with performances by salt n peppa and vanilla ice. april 29th, 2016. >> we love the 90s. >> ice, ice baby. >> all the way from houston texas to celebrate our birthday. >> all the way from florida for
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>> we love the 90s. >> ice, ice, baby. >> we're back now 8:00 on a friday morning and we have two meteorologists with us on the plaza this morning. they have some explaining to do. >> could be in milwaukee. >> look at these guys. they're so excited and ready to throw it back to the 90s. our 90s concert coming up and then we'll be with adam levine. we'll talk to him in a couple of months. >> a lot to get to. music and interviews. adam is dancing in the orange room. chanel is filling in for natalie. take it away. >> protests turned violent
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trump rally in california. protestors tangled with them outside the amphitheater. meanwhile ted cruz is responding to harsh words from john boehner. he was calling him lucifer in the flesh and a miserable person. he said he doesn't even know boehner. >> authorities say a man shot by a police sniper outside of a baltimore tv station is expected to survive. the 25-year-old man was wearing a panda costume and surgical mask and claimed to have a bomb. it had candy bars wrapped in foil and connected by wires. police had to use a robot to remove the device before the man could be taken to the hospital. >> one of the mormon missionaries hurt in the brussels bombing is now home. he was greeted my family friends and yellow ribbons. while spending months recovering at the salt lake city hospital
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were hurt in the airport bombing. >> the case of florida teenagers that disappeared off the coast of florida during a fishing trip last year. the teen's families suspect foul play may have been involved. their fishing boat was discovered with an iphone and tackle box on board. one of the mothers wants to stop florida officials from handing the iphone over to the other boy's family. that hearing is schedule for today. finally what do you call 12 police officers that need help? well if you're the fireman called to rescue them, a photo op. these officers got stuck in the elevator in kansas city missouri. before getting them out the fireman used the camera to document the situation. they posted the photo saying well, that was embarrassing. a little arrive ri rivalry. you need our help. >> they just took a picture of them. >> camera.
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when it comes to maternity leave there's plenty of controversy in this country over the lack of guaranteed time off. >> one woman staking the fight further. raising the question should all workers be entitled to the equivalent of a maternity leave even if they don't have children. morgan bradford is here with more on that. this is going to get interesting. >> interesting and a very hot debate this morning. me fwan floyd called hers me-ternity. sh, e saw colleagues leave for months on end after having a child. so she thought it would be good for anyone. she linked that idea to maternity leave and gave heat to a furious debate. >> that bundle of joy can be a challenge and it's why new parents take maternity leave but megan turned that idea on its
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it's a woman that fakes a pregnancy in order to use paid time off to figure her life out. she is quoted but saying i couldn't help but feel envious when they left early to tend to their children. the backlash was swift with one saying meternity leave criticized parenthood. maternity leave is not a vacation and sometimes not even paid. it's only a good idea if the people on me-ternity leave can only sleep 40 minutes every four hours for the next five years. but it was meant as a fun look at a personal journey and didn't mean to compare it to real life maternity leave. >> i actually think they're very different. a maternity leave is a time you're fully focused on another human being and a me-ternity leave is a time for you.
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>> she took that step a few years ago going on her own me-ternity leave. >> i decided to save up a lot of money and quit my job and start to carve out a freelance writing career. >> she doesn't think they should get free time off. >> pretty much all of my friends are moms and i see every day what they go through and how difficult their maternity leaves were. >> she respects how to moms she knows came back from maternity leave stronger than before. experts say it can be a period of personal growth. >> fast forward these important life changing decisions. do i want to stay in this job. it gives them pause to think about these things and ask themselves is this where i see myself spending the next 15 or 20 years? >> all right they're looking for proof that she respects mothers look no further than the first
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dedicates to her own mother. but a lot were shaking their heads. >> i get it. >> the pause though to kind of regroup and think of things maybe come at them from a different direction i don't think is a bad idea. but the way she went about it in the beginning. >> linking it to maternity leave. >> no question about it. >> morgan, thank you, good to see you. still to come, thinking outside the box one slice at a time. >> plus why will ferrell's newcombdy is not making the reagan family laugh. >> we'll catch up with the voice coach and soon to be proud poppa adam levine.
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>> good luck. we know it's going to go well. we'll start with a possible fix for all the auto correct fails that can make for pretty embarrassing moments like this one. one person typed are you still coming to church with us on sunday. duh! last time was so amazing the pastor and i had a long touch. i felt really great after. >> um, what? omg long talk. do you like what i did? that's why they had me read it. trying to alleviate the embarrassment apple insider just filed for a patent that would
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correct so the recipient would know which ones are changed. omg like what. >> and i'm all and you're all. sometimes it helps me because i'm a terrible speller. >> you have to proofread before you send. >> yeah. >> just boom. >> the hover board, okay. we all did the whole back to the future thing not long ago. here's the next thing coming to a sidewalk near you. it's the hover bike. it's the latest creation from collin firth. the guy known as the mad scientist. his device uses two motors to propel it off the ground. he took about four different sessions to get the hang of it. he admits it's the most outrageous thing he ever created. what could go wrong? if it gets low it cuts the grass. if you fall funny it cuts you. >> wow. >> collin now a member of a
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jtsds >> soprano. >> a pizza box made entirely out of pizza. >> omg. >> that's right. a traditional circular pizza inside a pizza shaped box. the box is a pizza, get it? >> amazing. >> save paper. >> it's got to be delicious. this is the brain child of vinny's pizzeria in brooklyn. you can eat the box. >> it's like soup in a bread bowl. >> don't kill the joy. >> how much does it cost? >> $40. >> i don't know. >> $40. >> i only like round pizza so i wouldn't like the box shaped pizza. >> pizza in any shape is delicious. >> why only round pizza? >> it's a thing. if i close my eyes maybe i could
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>> what's the symbol of our country? >> bald eagle. >> it's getting some company. the united states getting ready to designate a national mammal. >> what do you think it will be? >> buffalo? >> bison. oh, bison. congress just passed the national bison legacy act which means the animal is a historical symbol of the united states and establishes it as the nation's landmark mammal but the eagle is not getting the boot. by the way, national tree is the mighty oak. national floral emblem? >> what. >> seriously? >> the rose. >> it's the rose. >> i would have told you if you were wrong. >> do you think the bison knows? >> no. >> no one likes circular bison,
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now to will ferrell and the backlash to his next project and getting tied up before his big debut. >> first to will ferrell and the controversy over his latest project. he has been tapped to play ronald reagan in a new movie. variety describing the project as a comedy looking at president reagan's battle with alzheimer and that isn't sitting well with the reagan children. what an outrage alzheimer's is not a swroek. it killed. you should be ashamed all of you. and patti davis wrote perhaps for your comedy you would like to visit some dementia facilities. i have. and my hope would be if you are a descent humid being you wouldn't either. >> so far no comment from will ferrell. next to america's got talent. it returns next month and with the exit of howard stern get ready to see a familiar face
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>> well, we finally meet. >> is he really going to behave himself? >> he better. . . is all of this necessary? i don't actually bite. >> introducing our new judge for the season simon cowell. >> i can't believe we didn't get any buzzers. >> never too late. >> as we all know -- >> simon was already executive producer of the show but he'll make his debut as a judge when america's got talent returns right here on nbc. >> i'm excited about that. dylan thank you. al to the weather. >> let's show you what we've got going on. we have this severe weather going on from texas on into the mid plains. we're going to watch this today. we do have an enhanced risk of
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dallas, shreveport, hail and we can't rule out some tornadoes and torrential downpours. some places picking up 1 to 2 inches per hour. upwards of 6 inches before it's all over and in the south look at these unseasonably warm temperatures approaching records. atlanta, chattanooga, montgomery, tampa, baton rouge al, thanks very much. a gray sky out there this morning. i think it stays rather damp and chilly throughout the day. not a lot of rain coming out of the clouds. spotty showers. best chance during the evening hours tonight. highs in the 50s this afternoon. it will stay damp and cool through the overnight hours into tomorrow morning. we break out into partial sunshine tomorrow afternoon, low 60s. rain clouds back in here on sunday. the rain could be heavy in spots. low 50s. 60. morning shower on monday t stays mild through the middle of next week. and that's your latest
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>> thank you so much. adam levine is here. he's been a coach on all ten seasons of nbc's the voice. not that he's keeping score or anything but he won it three times. the competition is heating up and adam is setting his sights on a 4th win. good morning, nice to see you. >> good morning. >> you look good, man. you look sharp. >> thank you. i like your suit as well. >> how are you feeling? >> tired because it's early but i'm good. >> you have a chance to win this year. you have two of the remaining ten contestants how are you feeling about it? >> i'm excited. a lot of great singers. >> you make a lot of it. do you really care if you win? the true part is you like the process. you like working with the acts. >> honest to god i love to win. winning is great but it's kind of more fulfilling and rewarding to treat it like it's a big workshop and if he we win we win and if we don't we still did
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happy. >> you help the performers with their choices and performing and do you ever stop and mentor them about the business side of the music business? >> other than telling them it sucks. the business side is not great, i just tell them to always be ahead and not worry about the business because there's a lot of things to think about to be totally frank. but it's really more about just focus on your craft, work really hard and kind of hope for the best. >> this week all the coaches kind of had their memories of prince. can we just go there for a second. howard stern by the way released a piece of tape of you covering purple rain at his birthday party a few years ago. give me your thoughts on prince and what he meant to your career. >> oh, man. it's so shocking just to hear -- i don't think anybody -- it was so unexpected and out of the
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prince was a huge, huge influence on me as an artist. just the way he did things his own way always and the music was so wild and completely different and he played guitar and he was a differ kind of pop star. you know. he was more than that. he was a lot of things. he's already so missed. >> it's weird to even say there's a silver lining to this but there isn't. but if there's anything good it's that young people are getting to hear his music now when they may not have been exposed to it in the past. >> which is never a bad thing. it's beautiful and he just, he'll always be someone that i have looked up to in all ways as an artist. miss the guy. >> what's happening with maroon 5? >> we're doing stuff. we're in and out of the studio right now and i'm actually really, really excited about something that i just did on my own.
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so we got to make people see it. it's so, so good. >> you wrote a song for this movie. are you going to now go off more in that area? what's going on here? >> john carney did begin again and he sent the movie over and was like do you want to do this song? and i loved the movie so much i had to be a small part of it. but it's one of those things. everyone that sees it loves it it. it's a small movie. please everybody go see it, okay? >> we got the message. >> i never plug anything. i'm not a plugger. don't do that. it. >> i'm passionate about that. >> i don't know if you got to see the monitor there but we were showing some video of you performing. >> 12 years ago here. >> yeah that's the one right there. what do you think of when you
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>> oh, that guy. there's that guy. >> what happened to that guy? >> he's still here. i'm right here. yeah. i'll never forget that shirt. someone gave it to me right before we did that performance. we have been on this show 100 million times. >> we love it. >> thank you for supporting us. no tattoos either. >> when did they all happen? >> yesterday. >> when's the last time you got a tattoo? >> i have a huge piece on my back that took me about six months to do. my mom loves it. she's here. >> does she hate it? >> she hates it. >> mom is going to be a grandma. you guys are having a baby in september and it's a little -- >> it's a girl. >> it's a girl. >> how are you feeling? so excited. so pumped. it's happening so fast. >> you're going to be a mush ball. i can just tell. >> i'm a dead man. >> you have this quick witt but it's going to be game over.
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>> we have some fabulous parting gifts for you. >> baby stuff? >> of course baby stuff. >> baby stuff. >> there you go. we have a kids karaoke machine. the mandatory today show onesie and stuffed animals. we were hedging our bets with the white. we weren't exactly sure but now that we're sure we're happy to hand that off. >> this is so awesome. >> thank you. that's not for you. it's for the baby actually. >> this is for me. >> good to have you here adam. congratulations. >> good to see you. >> we appreciate it. you can watch the voice monday 7:00 central time right here on nbc. >> savannah. >> all right, matt, thanks so much. we're about to press rewind and give us a taste of the 90s. vanilla ice and salt n peppa. everybody is here. but first check of your local
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good morning, everyone. 8 8:26. 49 degrees. i'm darlene rodriguez. police are searching for a man that robbed a subway rider at gunpoint. they released the video of the suspect who allegedly flashed a knife and demanded money from a man. the 62-year-old victim handed over his money but was not hurt. >> let's take a look at the morning commute. here is lauren scala. >> we still have this closure out there on bridgewater. you are going to be forced on to route 22 west instead of being able to travel south there. heavy delays because of that. we also have heavy delays on the fdr drive. an accident southbound at 79th street in the left lane. we still have one on the cross bronx expressway westbound. that is still in the center lane.
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let's check the weather today. cloudy, cool, spotty rain, high of 57. tonight, cloudy and chilly, showers, low of 47. tomorrow, early clouds are giving way to partly sunny skies, cool at 62 degrees. sunday, cloudy and rain is likely. 54 is the high. monday, we are looking at a mostly cloudy day with some showers. coming up on the "today" show, special perform manses from vanilla ice and salt and
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>> all right it's 8:30. it's april 29th, 2016 but it is the 90s out on our plaza. we are getting ready to throw it back. we have the i love the 90s tour right here. we're so excited.
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collaborate and listen. >> come here. hoda kotb saying hi to the fans and our performers. >> all right. >> we're very excited. let's get a check of the weather. >> all right. let's see what we got. ice, ice baby. it feels like that out here. look at saturday. sunshine here in the northeast. we have wet weather. strong risk of strong storms in the mississippi river valley and then sunday, sunday we are looking at more wet weather along the eastern seaboard. look for showers in the rockies although there will be some snow as well. nice and warm in the pacific northwest. temperatures in the 70s to the al, thanks very much. looking at cloudy skies. a couple of late day sprinkles. high, 57. better chance of a few showers during the evening. otherwise, damp and chilly overnight. low of 47.
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partly sunny by afternoon. look for high temperature probably getting back to the low 60s on our seven-day forecast. we are looking at temperatures in the 50s on sunday with rain likely. the rain could become heavy in the afternoon. morning shower on monday. mid and upper 60s the middle of next week. >> look who is back, our man. >> what's going on? >> all righ back inside guys. >> this morning we're wrapping up our series one small thing. today we're focussing on forgiveness. elizabeth is here with tips on repairing relationships. hard to think about repairing your relationship in one small thing. what's something that we can do today to turn the page. >> one small thing you can do is
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we think the other person should apologize. they think we should apologize. it's not going to happen. be the one to take the initiative. >> when you think about forgiveness people think i'm giving that gift to someone else but in a way it's a gift to yourself. >> it is absolutely a gift to yourself. so bitterness and guilt cause your stress. cause you have to unhealthy habits. not only that but when we have positive relationships we actually live longer so it's a gift for yourself. >> so you really need to fully forgive someone to get on that path to healing. >> forgiveness is a process. it's not all or nothing. so the more you forgive the more benefits you're going to get. >> so it's not forgive and forget right? >> we often confuse forgiveness with forgetting. it's not the same thing. >> there's a difference between forgiving someone and reconciling with them. you could forgive someone and still think that's not a healthy relationship. i shouldn't go back to that. >> absolutely. forgiving is getting rid of the
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you can forgive and get rid of that anger but still decide not to get back into that relationship. >> back to our one small thing idea. you have a good catch phrase in terms of deciding if you want to forgive something and fill in the blank is better than perfect. >> yeah. we think people should be perfect and they're not. what's better than perfect for you? laugher. maybe family gatherings so family is better than perfect. >> if you're going this up or whatever. >> it negates everything that you said before. so take accountability for what you did so you can move on. >> thank you so much. >> if you want more on friends
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>> we are back with viva today celebrating hispanic culture and heritage. >> natalie had a big night. she had a chance to be part of the billboard latin music awards. how did it go? >> good morning. it was great. such a fun night last night. this morning though we're taking a look at george lopez. never afraid to speak his mind. he's a voice empowering others in the latino community. >> george lopez is starring in his newcombdy series lopez which debuted next month.
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stories to tell anymore. but that has a lot of stories. >> too many latinos are watching. every day is a new issue. >> you have an 80% positive rating among blacks and hispanics but not as high among -- >> whites. >> asians. >> i made the show very diverse. because i don't want to toot the horn and say look how everybody looks. that's the way i see the world. >> lopez grew up in los angeles of mexican heritage and was raised by his grandmother. he began his career doing stand up comedy. >> people look at me when i'm on the golf course and they go, is he on break? >> and his big break came from sandra bullock. >> backstage she said i want to explore what's in your life, what's in your act because it's like a train wreck and i can't
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>> we have been waiting for you my child. >> that introduction lead to his first television show, george lopez. >> here comes ramon the towel boy. oh, god. >> not a day goes by that i don't thank her. >> the last time you were here -- >> in 2009 lopez went on to host a late night talk show lopez tonight but his roots have always been in stand up comedy. >> up on stage doing stand up it's the freest form of expression you can have. lopez endorsed democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders. >> i made a joke about bernie sanders. people were like he doesn't know what he's talking about. i'm a comedian. it's a joke. >> i don't like donald trump's politics. to call mexicans rapists and criminals. it's mean. if he wins i'm leaving the united states and i'm taking
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>> lopez devotes time to his commalunity. he has an annual toy give away where every child at his former elementary school receives a gift during the holidays. >> the reason that i enjoy helping people is i know what it's like to be in need and i know what it's like to go to bed hungry. i do it because we didn't have anything growing up. so it helps. >> through his foundation lopez raises awareness about kidney disease. he had a genetic condition with his kidneys and in 2005 his wife donated one of her own to hill. lopez lost 45 pounds after the operation. now lopez continues to make strides for the latino community. >> i want to say i appreciate that. >> we don't think the same. we don't eat the same. we don't vote the same. we don't even talk the same language.
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i'm trying to tell my story. over the course of my career i've seen more cohesiveness between latinos. there's a unity there that wasn't there 25 years ago. >> and george lopez is currently on his comedy stand up tour at arenas across the country. such a good guy and hasn't forgotten his roots or where he comes from. >> do you know what's driving us crazy natalie? it's 45 degrees here and we're looking at you in beautiful miami. jealous. >> by the way, pan down bruce. this is how you work in miami. flip flops. >> i love it. >> feet firmly in the sand. i got to tell you, there are benefits to being on assignment. >> natalie, thank you. up next, vanilla ice, salt and peppa, all for one. it's a 90s deem team epic throw back concert. but first this is "today" on
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>> the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> all right. if you love the sweet spot where hip hop r&b and nostalgia meet then the i love the 90s tour is for you. >> check this out. just a few of the acts crossing the country right now on the national tour and they have made a little detour to our plaza with big news about the show. first of all folks great to have you here. >> good morning. thank you. >> big news. so more dates. more interest. tell me about it. >> it's incredible. it's a wave and we're riding it and it's awesome and people are coming out and they're lined up
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dressing all crazy with the neon colors. >> yeah. >> it really feels like the 90s. >> who comes out to see you guys? is it people our age or young folks too. >> young. >> it's young but 60, 70s, the 80s babies. everything. >> some of them weren't even born. >> so when you recorded songs did you think that they would be around today and people would be humming and singing them. >> we just feel blessed to make timeless music. this is our 30th anniversary. everywhere we go so we just appreciate the fact that our fans still love all the songs we made made. >> is there a fan favorite that people love to hear? >> they like shoop and
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take it back to the video. >> it's a good karaoke song. >> push it is a possessed song. what does that mean? >> it won't die. >> every generation. >> it's so funny when we made the song we didn't even like the song and it's like the most popular song ever. >> you like it now. >> we love it now. >> who is up first this morning? >> i think it's you. >> okay. >> does that work? >> vanilla ice. >> oh, yeah, we're in new york city baby, today show you know the words. let's sing it. ice, ice baby
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stop, hold up here we go stop collaborate and listen ice is back with a brand new invention snoelt something grabs ahold of me tightly flow like a harpoon daily and nightly will it ever stop i don't know turn off the lights and i'll glow to the extreme i rock a mic like a vandal light up a stage and wax a chump like a scandal deadly when i play a dope melody anything less than the best is a felony love it or leave it you better gain way you better hit bull's eye the kid don't play if there's a problem yo i'll solve it check out the hook while my dj revolves it ice, ice, baby, ice, ice, baby ice, ice, baby. >> everybody in the house i want to see you jump now that the party is jumping
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vegas are pumping quick to the point no faking cooking mcs like a pound of bacon and a hi hat with a souped uptempo. rolling with my 5.0 with my ragtop down so my hair can blow kept on purr suing to the next stop i busted left and i'm heading to the next block that block was dead so i continued to a1a beach front avenue jealous cause i'm out getting mine shea with a gauge and vanilla with a nine gunshots raged out like a bell i grabbed my nine and all i heard was shells falling on the concrete real fast jumped in my car slammed on
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if there was a problem yo i'll solve it, check out the hook while my dj revolves it ice, ice, baby new york city you know take heed i'm a lir rahal poet. miami's on the scene in case you didn't know it my town that created all the bass sound enough to shake and kick holes in the ground we make it hype and you want to step with this shay plays on the fade slice like a ninja cut like a razor blade so fast other djs if my rhyme was a drug i'd tell it by the gram if there was a problem, yo, i'll solve it check out my hook while the dj revolves it ice, ice, baby
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>> all about the 90s today. you know, you know! word to your mother! [ applause ] >> check out for more info on our i love the 90s dates. coming up we'll push it back
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>> all right we're having a lot of fun this morning with some of the great artists featured on the i love the 90s tour. >> time for salt n pepa. here i go, here i go again come on had it going on
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i just throw my hands in the air and wave them like you just don't care if you came to rock with salt and n pepa today let me hear you say okay throw my hands in the air and wave them like you just don't care
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[ cheers and applause ] >> new york city. are y'all ready to party? then scream! oh baby, baby
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working up a sweat come on girl let's go number one in our heart now push it push it real good yo baby pop, now push it, push it good push it real good y'all remember this from the video? do it now scream! >> what an awesome morning. we have to give it up for salt n pepa! [ cheers and applause ]
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>> good morning. 8:57. friday morning, april 29th. 49 degrees out. i'm darlene rodriguez police are searching for a man who is allegedly trying to sell a young boy for sex. he solis itted a passer by to have the boy performed sexual acts for $300. it happened near the bow bridge in central park. the suspect may have been around 35rks 35rks 35, wearing a black coat with fur on it.
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jacket. high of 57, tonight, cloudy, chill which with showers, low of 47. tomorrow, early clouds, giving way to partly sunny skies. cool at 62. sunday, cloudy and rain likely. 54 is the high. the "today" show is coming right back. coming up, vanilla ice gives us a sneak peek of the new season of his house flipping
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good morning. on a special today's take. salt n pepa is here. and check out the hook while his d.j. revolves it. vanilla ice is with us and you can't throw a house party without kid n play. that and much more coming up now. >> from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker,
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and tamron hall. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today." it's friday morning. a very special today's take on the 90s. if you have been watching all morning you have ian our concert outside in the plaza. willie along side al and brooke shields. tamron is off. >> wisely. >> i like your jam by the way. >> these are my shoes. the sneakers. >> and the hair. >> and the hair which took hours to do. >> i saw brooke at 7:00 a.m. and team shields was working on her. >> irons and all sorts of things. >> they nailed it. >> i feel great. >> hello. >> hello al. >> i did a behind the scenes at seinfeld and jerry was nice enough to put me on the show and
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dressed wearing this and then i change into my wardrobe which is this. i could save a whole set up. >> you have the white sneakers. >> it's all jerry. it's all jerry. >> it's a period of time. >> and then you have the. >> i have the pearl jam thing happening. >> a little grunge. >> i didn't necessarily dress this way but it's a good representation of the era. >> this is a little not right. >> really no natural fibers. >> you are flammable actually. >> i could go up in flame. >> you wore a second flannel shirt. >> you wear the flannel. >> and then you tie the second one. >> that's good. >> because you can never have enough flannel really. >> wow. >> it's like a plaid fanny pack. i thought we were dressing for the 1890s. i was ready. >> quick late change. we have some amazing guests today. >> the 90s are amazing.
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the show today. >> can we welcome our first guest? >> sure. >> kid n play. >> yeah. >> how are you doing? >> hi. >> whoa! >> hey now. >> i like this jacket. >> you know what everybody on the plaza said after hearing you, kid in n play still got it. >> the kid is sponsored by icy hot. >> sponsored by a chiropractor. >> but it was such a signature time and it stands alone. even in the remixes, you just go i love that era. >> it is the line with all the different groups and the tour in general it's just fun.
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that's the thing with me and i. we have known each other well over 35 years. >> well, anyway, you know, it's about friendship and it's about what hip hop was originally about before it was even called hip hop was unity, love and having fun. >> and all the groups we have all known them for 20 or 25 years so each concert seems like a high school reunion. >> was there any temptation to grow it back out. >> i'm glad i'm hanging on to what i've got. i've got a few curls left. >> we just saw a picture. >> i don't know. >> when you look back the hairstyles and the dances we didn't have a game plan.
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>> his real full name is the kid. >> my full one is playboy. >> because. >> but when you're good friends like my name is christopher so i call him chris. and they would always call me play. when we came together we became kid n play and then i said why does his name have to be first and they said more things rhyme with play. >> what's your favorite 90s song? >> oh, wow. i go way back to 70s and 80s. but 90s, go to him first. that's hard for me. >> i'm bias but i could pick a half a dozen salt n pepa songs off the top of my head. they have always represented themselves and females in hip hop to the highest level, you know? being sexy without being -- >> you have something to do with
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>> now that you mention it. >> call my accountant. >> the jackets. >> the logo. >> i love how you all work together. talk about collaboration. >> and definitely be some of those songs. >> we'll hear from you guys in this show. so we'll let you warm. >> calvin klein swreen jeans. >> i don't know. >> i think i have some on. >> thank you for being here. >> all right. nice to meet you. see you in a minute. >> favorite 90s song. your favorite. >> this is high school, 1992ish, i think, gin and juice.
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day in our cars. every friday and saturday night at the party. great song. classic, early hip hop. >> '94. >> mine was eagle eye cherry save tonight. >> what happened to them? >> i don't know. i love them. >> what did you go with al? >> will smith. >> yeah, can't go wrong with will smith. >> i love it. >> there's something about it that's so special of that time. now there's a lot that gets remixed in which is always nice. longevity.
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>> summertime will smith. summer of '91 that was a great onement how about a little tv, movies. >> men in black. >> yeah. >> tommy lee jones. men in black. this was really i mean, a genere breaker. it was comedy and scifi and really put him on the map. he had already been a super star but the idea that he teamed with tommy lee jones. nobody this nks of him as comedy. >> good. >> i'm going to selfishly go with something in my career. >> i love that move. >> we got nothing like that. >> black and white a movie i did with robert downey jr. and you could see here i'm with tyson. we're in the scene together and it was an ad lib.
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>> yeah, there's downey and -- it was just an incredible experience. it was all impromptu and all ad lib. it was great. >> nice of you to call up one of your own movies. let me pick one of my movies. >> or suddenly susan or my guest star on friends. >> it's funny how that worked out. i was up all night. >> how long was suddenly susan. >> it only lasted four years but four of the best years of my whole life and it all came from a friend's episode that i did where i licked joey's finger. i was crazy, crazy. >> like so many things in life it starts with licking joey's
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>> and laughing and -- >> oh my god. getting in there. >> and put it in in the last minute and they were like do you want a show. it was my lana turner moment. >> is that how today came about? >> joey and i were out to dinner -- >> licking each others fingers. >> what's your favorite? >> boys in the hood. there was a time when i could re recite every word from the beginning to the end. ice cube was in it. cuba gooding jr. morris chestnut right there. >> remember when morris was here and you were doing lines and he was like get this man away from me. >> i knew lines hisro movie he didn't remember at all.
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movie where you were -- no, that was 25 years ago. honorable mention to good fellas. how about the 90s fashion from you my friend. 1998 golden globes. that's not fair. you look gorgeous. supposed to be embarrassing. >> i got blasted for wearing that because i melted into the carpet and you couldn't see me but they said no one is going to take you seriously as an actress -- >> why. >> if you wear all red and make it look sort of -- wanted to go old movie star and then the next year everybody was wearing red. >> i would see brooke on the red carpet at the golden globes in the 90s and it was like we know we're going to get a treat here. >> here's you. >> there. good fellas premiere. shoulder pads. >> nice little ruffle dress. >> with the shockings and the black shoes.
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time here. >> you look cool. >> you were color blocking. >> exactly. >> and how about you. >> a prom. >> prom shot. >> look at that guy. leaning on the car. >> look at the baby boy face. >> anthony michael hall in breakfast club. and i think that's junior prom. that's christina. >> look at christina. >> 1992 junior prom and i married that young woman. how about that. and a l e bit of footage on you. >> i was working in tv doing my best columbo. i only wore trench coats because they were basically sacks. >> i don't think these are embarrassing. you look great. >> it was just two suits sewed together. >> i have a really fun game for you.
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from a single image? let's begin. >> what's number two? here we go. >> oh, i got this one. i think i got it. triggered something. is it britney spears. the big one. >> you're right. >> that left an impression. >> i guess it did. >> that's the part that left an impression on you. >> yeah. no idea. >> come on guys. what is that? indicates. i have no idea. what is it? that wasn't that fun. >> let's roll it. i want it that way tell me why >> backstreet boys.
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>> i don't know any of ijooesh cloud cli finish to the workweek. cool side. upper 50s. a couple of showers around tonight. the first half, chilly, damp, 47. clouds early tomorrow, sun. peeks of sun. temperatures in the lower 60s. rain returns by sunday. it is windy and chilly, only in the low 50s. 60. a leftover shower monday morpg. tuesday looks good. 67. back to some clouds and showers wednesday. upper 60s. >> i'm out. look who's up next. ice, ice, baby. rap star turned real estate
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>> he had the first single ever to top the billboard charts. of course we're talking about vanilla ice. >> he sold over 11 million albums and he took down network show the vanilla ice project. >> hi. we're sexcited. i love your show. i love what you do with the show. >> thank you. we have so much fun. >> how did you get it started? >> you find the passion and you run with it. you exp ec a passion. i love it. we enjoy it. it's a lot of work but we appreciate people watching.
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>> what's new this season coming up. >> this season we're doing all kinds of things. we have a full swimming pool a helicopter dock so the helicopter lands on the dock. >> in palm beach. >> yeah. >> sunken down fire pitts. it keeps your beer or kool-aid crystallized. a bowling alley. 1500 square foot master bathroom. it has a sunken tub with a cascading waterfall, chase lounger inside of it. a closet with a 250 shoe rack. >> that's amazing. >> we want to show you some homes or some places stuck in the 90s. we want you to freestyle rap if you could how you would update them for right now. >> where are we at.
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>> oh goodness gracious look at this. well get rid of the fireplace and add some cultured stone and one thing we're not going to live alone and get rid of all the furniture. all the panelling here got to go. add wallpaper nice ceiling touches and get rid of the ceiling fan. they're gone. dated and hated. >> all right. >> good for you. >> how about a bedroom. what would you say about this. >> the cat can stay everything else has to go. >> we might be able to work something out with the chandelier. >> fan too. >> fans are dated. they're out. this definitely needs a makeover. green carpet. oh, no. grandma's house there. >> popcorn ceiling. no way. >> kitchen. okay this kitchen just needs a complete makeover as well. get rid of the shingles above
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they belong on the outside on the roof. the refrigerator looks dated. fix that up. the counter tops, that's out. out like the jesus sandals and velcro straps. this needs natural stone and beautiful colors to make it pop. sorry it didn't rhyme. >> close enough. >> good advice. >> all great advice. get more of that coming up on the new season of the vanilla ice project airing on the diy network. thanks so much. >> more 90s love right after this. i'm going to share a photo of my eggo waffle when it pops up. that's so interesting honey because i'm going to share a photo of my eggo waffle when it pops up. l'eggo my eggo l'eggo my eggo (answering machine) hey! leave a message. hi, i know you're there, 'cause i can see you. i'm calling you to tell you to l'eggo my eggo! anncr: some things are too delicious to share. golden crispy, warm and fluffy eggo waffles.
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their ring pops. one thing you can say is that food is fun. he brought in some treats that were famous in the 90s. >> good so to the see you. >> in college, that's not good. >> really? you liked them. >> are they for children? >> they are. but they were ham and crackers. in the 90s parents didn't want to make sandwiches and just gave them the container. go to college. have a nice at a. see you later. remember capri suns? do you remember how to use the straw on the backside? it took an hour to do it. >> it's so hard to get that in there. >> how cool were you in college? did you use it as a cell phone like i did? >> that's not cool. >> what's next? >> check out blow pops. this actually merged in the 90s. how about this? >> i remember that one. >> bubble tape. >> really disgusting. don't try it.
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this is when you would get it in kids meals because it had fruit juice inside the gushers. willie you workout all the time right. >> constantly. >> gator gum. >> gator gum. >> i love it. >> okay. >> fun dip. >> never do that without it. >> okay. not good. >> it's actually (man) what i love most about tempur-pedic mattresses is that they contour to your body. i just have to lay back in my tempur-pedic and it just kind of forms to my body. that's what i love about it. the tempur-pedic comes up to you and it's like, "hey, there you are!" "hey, there you are!" "i'm going to put you to sleep now." here you go. okay! sleepy time! it keeps us comfortable and asleep at night. can i take a nap now? (vo) change your sleep, change your life, change to tempur-pedic. everything you need to know about life, you can learn from granola.
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live look at the tappan zee bridge and the hudson river. live look there. good morning. i'm michael gargiulo. in connecticut, police are searching for a man that they say tried to abduct a young girl near barn um school in bridgeport. the man approached her and tried to touch her. she did get away. police say he followed her for some time.
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everyone, stay alert. make sure children are not walking alone. check weather, cloudy, cool, some spotty rain, high of 57. some showers, low of 47. tomorrow, early clouds give way to partly sunny skies. they will be 62. sunny. cloudy, rain, likely 64. monday, mostly cloudy and 60. coming up on the "today" show, more 90s fun. salt and pepper getting tested on their local '90s knowledge.
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shorter attention spans. that's a warning from a group of psychologists that found toddlers find it hard to focus if their parents or caregivers are distracted. it's the first to show a connection between how long a caregiver focuses on an object and the baby does. researchersregon state university found that if you're healthy working past 65 could lower your risk of mortality by 11%. effectively adding years to your life. even those that consider themselves unhealthy are likely to live longer as long as they keep punching the clock. >> mcdonald's want to take the mystery out of mcnuggets so it's giving them a makeover. it's testing a version with no artificial preservatives in oregon and washington and tweaking the recipe to remove ingredients that people might not recognize. the new recipe is simpler and
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no word on when the new nuggets will go national. >> a funny moment from the world of nhl hockey. a player gets the short end of the stick. take a look, this isn't the best way to try to score a goal. his stick got caught in the visor of his helmet. he had to get an assist from the team's equipment manager. i don't know what to say about that. >> that looked bad. >> it did. >> there you go. >> thanks so much. let's take a look at your weekend outlook. we have sunshine in the northeast. it's still going to be cooler than it should be. slight risk of strong storms in the plains. mississippi river valley and beautiful in the pacific northwest and sunday, sunday. we have plenty of sunshine but not in the east coast. it's all rain. sunny skies in the plains and beautiful in the pacific northwest. warmer in plenty of clouds out there
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not much in terms of rain. a couple of sprinkles or light showers. high temperature, only 57. well below normal. tonight is a chilly night too and damp at times. scattered showers. the first half of the night and drying out towards morning. tomorrow, clouds and partly sunny, in the afternoon, low 60s. 54 on sunday. rain clouds return. rain could be steady through the afternoon. leftover shower monday, drying out in the afternoon. back to some sunshine. milder tuesday, high of 67. >> are you ready? >> the stars behind hits like "shoop," "let's talk about sex" and "push it," salt n pepa. i love the jackets. >> yes. we're ready to push it with this 90s trivia. are you ready?
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>> the hairstyle dubbed the rachel became popular by jennifer aniston's character in friends. which of these looks was the rachel, a, b, or c? a, b, or -- >> b. >> you got it. >> all right, willie. >> you the man. >> this character played by alfonso ribera was will smith's cousin in fresh prince of bel-air. what's his first and last name. >> carlton banks. >> you have to do the dance. >> my man. my man. >> okay. >> are you ready? >> this two words were made popular by -- >> as if. >> come on!
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>> all right. >> okay. >> moving on. >> brooke, come on. >> this was hugely popular in the 90s. name it. >> snap bracelet. >> no, slap it. >> no. >> snap. >> i said slap. >> you got it. >> brooke. >> you got it. >> yeah. >> slap bracelet. >> one for the ladies. >> that's right. >> all right. this line of stuffed animals. >> beanie babies. >> are you serious. >> i remember my daughter courtney that's upstairs right now went nuts. i was combing stores all throughout westchester. >> my mom in the big upstairs hopefully collected them. >> good answer, al. >> okay.
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name the 90s hit christmas film -- >> home alone. >> brooke. >> i had it. >> all right. here we go. this 1998 movie starring tom hanks and meg -- >> come on brooke. >> you got mail. >> wow. >> push it. just push it. >> push it real hard. >> that's why you get the big bucks al. here's the next question. finish this lyric to this 1993 smash hit created by a talented amazing unstoppable group that go by the name salt pepa and spinerella -- here i go, here i go again
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>> what's your weakness. >> women, men. >> men. >> i was still a virgin then. >> pizza is my weakness. >> my boom box. >> he loves the 80s. >> i love the 90s tour coming to a city near you. thank you, ladies. never going out of style. vo: across america, people are taking charge of their type 2 diabetes with non-insulin victoza . for a while, i took a pill to lower my blood sugar. but it didn't get me to my goal. r so i asked my doctor about victoza . r he said victoza works differently than pills. and comes in a pen. p victoza
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ryan scott is the owner and chef and came up with his own version called saved by the bell molten chocolate lava cake. >> do you like it? >> i like it. >> this is our raspberry cholate. >> how do we get all right. you're all over it. what you do is mix it. once they're mixed we're going to do the wet. drop that in the cream for me. excuse me, milk. then dump in butter. this is really good. this is super healthy. >> really coco powder. >> when i was writing this recipe i wanted melted chocolate
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if i melted the milk, the chocolate and the butter and then whisky whisky that guy. >> in the microwave. >> 45 to 65 seconds and then so the egg doesn't curl add the egg inside there now. okay now what you do here and you go here. literally two minutes you can make this cake just like that. e thiss die
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geist. >> raspberry sauce. >> did you see my pants by the way. >> excuse me? >> no, i want to show you. the wardrobe department spent a valdville is dead. >> you look like bill erwin there. >> smash, smash and then you take a bite and it's super delicious. >> super delicious. >> and because it's fancyflour.
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>> then go like this and you're done. >> fantastic. >> thanks. head to today -- oh look at it throw up. >> it's throwing up. >> for the recipe. >> isn't it good. >> fantastic. we're going to keep the 90s trends rolling with a olay regenerist renews from within... plumping surface cells for a dramatic transformation without the need for fillers. your concert tee might show your age... your skin never will. olay regenerist, olay. ageless. and try the micro-sculpting cream you love now with lightweight spf 30. thank you so much. did you say honey? hey, try some? mmm that is tasty. is it real? of course... are you? nope animated
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one of the acts. right now they're on our stage. kid n play. >> oh, yeah, new york city feeling good. ain't going to hurt nobody i've been wrong before ain't going to hurt nobody
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>> kid n play ladies and gentlemen. thanks so much.
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>> wow. so i know what i'm doing. >> i'm not going to be wearing this. >> you're not? >> you are really in that skin. >> this is not flannel. i don't know what that is. >> seriously. he's getting red. >> it's nature. >> so do you know where i'll be this weekend?
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could be moving into our area. they are investigating break-ins, believing it is the world of the felony lane gang. they shattered a car window and grabbed a purse inside. mayor de blasio said there are fewer homeless people living on the streets. his office estimates about 2800 homeless people, down about 12% from last year. checking the weather, cloudy, cool, spotty rain, high of 57. tonight, cloudy, chilly showers. tomorrow, the early clouds will give way to partly sunny skies. still cool. 62. rain likely. only 54. mostly cloudy on monday, 60 degrees. coming up on the "today" show, kate hudson and gary marshall give us a sneak peek at their upcoming film, mother's day.
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb from studio 1 a in rockefeller plaza. that is thomas bradley. it's try day friday. it's april 29th. we have a great show for you to


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