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mama eagle keeping a close eye on her babies this morning. here is the update. the second eaglet called dc 3. >> dc 1 was last season. >> right. >> dc 3. thank you for that perspective there, dylan. hatched around 7:00 this morning and everybody is captivated by this. >> we should dispatch you down to d.c. >> i'm not getting near that mama eagle. she will take my finger off. >> the first egg hatched friday. we showed you that egg. that is known as dc 2, mom and dad known as mr. president and the first lady, and have another baby, the aforementioned dc 1 that hatched last -- >> i don't like it. sounds too robotic. >> i think it will get a name eventually. >> look at that. look at that. >> so the second one that was born this morning not as strong as the first one that has been around for a couple of days, been eating fish. >> #eaglename. folks can send in --
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scared now. >> yeah, ye. good, dylan. >> now i don't know what to do. >> you're good. >> how do i get down? >> don't fall on her. >> the top of the wall. >> fall on the little girl. our trusted meteorologist dylan tests her rock climbing skills. if you look closely, you're doing that without a rope. >> it is called callboulderings. >> dylan will introduce us to the 14-year-old sensation breaking records for rock climbing around the world, or bouldering. >> yes. she's amazing. you got to see that. >> how is this the first day of spring? it is freezing outside? do we have a wonderful crowd on rockefeller plaza on this sunday, march 20th? >> a lovely crowd.
>> folks from brazil, from south carolina. >> a lot of birthdays this morning as well. >> frequent birthday stop. >> birthdays and hi, moms, the most popular posters. >> always got to say hi to mom. >> let's look at what is making headlines on this sunday morning, more violence at donald trump's rally with one arrest after the huge fight at a rally in tucson, arizona, saturday. meanwhile, new reports this morning of a 100 day stop trump campaign led by some republican leaders. >> mark zuckerberg took time out in beijing to sit down with china china's propaganda chief. it comes at a time when china holds a tight authority over internet use in the country. facebook and other social media outlets are banned there. lights out saturday night at some of this country's biggest landmarks, places like the empire state building, billboards in times square, the i've eiffel tower and others turned
honor of earth hour, an annual event that raises awareness about climate change. and silicon valley buzzing this weekend, holding its own version of comic con. this is the brain child of steve wozniak. olivia sterns talked to him about comic con and the battle with the federal government over their refusal to unlock iphone. >> welcome to comic con. >> reporter: superheroes, villains, even storm troopers all descending on silicon valley this weekend as comic con converges here for the first time ever. all thanks to this man. >> we're going to show up with technology that goes along with pop culture, enjoy the show. >> reporter: for steve wozniak, co-founder of apple, hosting the festival in his hometown, a dream come true. >> three days. >> get off my tail. >> what do you think is the technology that is going to
next five years? >> recently i've been playing with virtual reality and i think that's going to be the winner because it just takes you into new worlds. >> reporter: we couldn't ignore the real life controversy at apple, their refusal to help the fbi unlock the san bernardino shooters' iphone. >> what if there is something on that phone that could help possibly prevent another terrorist attack? how do you reconcile that with your views on civil liberty? >> this is not the way to think about life. all the bill of rights was against the what ifs. it said you have the fourth amendment, you are to have good strong evidence of what you'll find and that is really going on there before you can penetrate it. >> reporter: that debate over privacy versus security rages in the valley, the focus here at comic con is on fun. woz's partner in crime for the weekend, stan lee, creator of marvel comics. >> my favorite character probably of the comic characters
>> reporter: he says technology is finally catching up with him. >> the minute something happens that you read about in the paper, that a technical advancement, somebody will say, oh, i read that in one of stan's stories months ago. >> reporter: also at the show, celebs who play heroes on the screen. even william shatner. >> brainiacs here are -- got a lot of their imagination from science fiction. >> reporter: the woz himself a huge fan of captain kirk. you feel technology gives you super powers? >> absolutely. oh, my gosh what you do, that's what we did with computers from the personal computers on, you could do more than you ever could as a person. >> reporter: olivia sterns, nbc news, san jose. >> you know what craig is doing now? he's hanging out with this woman in a bathing suit, out on the plaza. >> anyone who wears that outfit deserves to be on television. >> at least you have something underneath.
>> first day of spring anyway. >> well, happy spring, speaking of, and it is going to be warm out in the southwest. temperatures actual little be running about 20 degrees above average. phoenix should make that to 92 degrees today. las vegas, about 88. pasadena, california, 78. even up across the northern rockies, and into the northern plains, temperatures running about 15 degrees above average. highs today well up into the 50s and 60s. we have rain that is going to basically hit the coast from seattle to portland down through medford, oregon, reading, california, where we could end up with one to three inches of rain. a storm making its way to new england, massachusetts to down east maine, that's where we see prap perhaps 6 to 8 inches, tonight into tomorrow morning.
commuting across new england . and that's your latest forecast. >> thank you. up next our sunday stories from a 14-year-old breaking barriers as she climbs her way to great heights to the woman behind a new tattoo movement that's making people of all ages feel cool again. >> i have four of them. no, i don't. we'll take you to this historic playhouse where many actors got their start.
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but why? >> for many people, it is a hot accessory. it is a hot accessory to have, but some can't commit to putting ink on their bodies forever. enter tatly. a way for noncommittal folks like myself to jump on the tattoo bandwagon. bikers, hipsters, rebels. those are the people who get tattoos, right? well, they're not the only ones. >> i got hearts, i got flowers, snakes. i got a wristwatch. i got about 100. >> reporter: topaz is not your average 81-year-old. she just can't get enough ink. what do your friends say when you showed up all, like, tatted up? >> they said, you are insane. >> reporter: but topaz, all these tattoos are temporary. no longer just a must have at a kid's birthday party, celebrities everywhere are sporting fake ink, from the
and many of them are tattly tattoos. >> i reached out to my designer friends and illustrator friends and said why don't we just make some cool tattoos. i was blown away i'm selling temporary tattoos around the world. and not only to kids, but to grown-ups. >> reporter: tina's daughter inspired her to launch tattly when she didn't like the temporary tattoos she was bringing home in party goody bags. these are the companies that sell temporary tattoos. why has this one taken off? >> we're the first ones that licensed the designs from professional artists. that elevates the aesthetic and quality of the design. we look at skin as a new canvas. >> reporter: every time a tattly tattoo is sold, a cut goes to the artist. she's attracted major clients along the way. at the white house easter egg roll and everyone from sesame street to christie's auction
the tattly bandwagon. >> they want us to go through their collection, what can we turn into temporary tattoos. >> reporter: diane rocks a real tat but loves these. >> it is a way to change up your look. the ultimate accessory. it makes me feel awesome. i'm a buyingiker mom cool chick. >> our kids love them. when i have one on, they think it is absolutely hilarious that daddy has a tattoo. and that's the fun of it for me. >> reporter: so, i had to see if the hype was real. live today. i like live today. you should get every day a hustler. >> oh, yeah, right. right. >> reporter: look at that. >> cool. there we go. >> reporter: look at that. >> really nice. ready? here we go. that is so awesome.
>> i'm too much of a coward for a real tat. >> why? >> you know, pabin and needles and things like that, but these are pretty perfect. >> it is the count but i messed up. >> it looks real. >> i went with the black and white. yours looks real. >> you know friendship bracelets? i was trying to do that. this one is harder. >> you put it in the right spot. i have to do "nightly" tonight, so i decided i couldn't put one right here. >> pretty reasonable too so -- >> i don't know why anyone would put a pile of poo. >> i don't either. but it is smiling poo. >> at least it is smiling. still to come on "today," some of your favorite tv and movie stars. but first, these messages. eag unlimid cashk on puses. that's a win. t imagearnin twice.
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proteinith mi and a uch of setness foree neys to r youthrough ur day. another live look at mama eagle there. there she is. your name suggestions are flying in for the eaglets, pun intended there. we're going to show you some of the suggestions in a moment. but, first, our final sunday story this morning, this one about a gathering place for actors and theatergoers that withstood the test of time. >> the cleveland playhouse, which has seen numerous big names come through, is celebrating its centennial season this year. and erica tells us those who run it have big plans on the horizon. >> reporter: for more than 100 years, the cleveland playhouse has helped give the arts alive
introducing countless young dreamers to a future on the stage. >> you had a young joel gray at 9 years old making his professional debut at cleveland playhouse. you have paul newman who trained here. calista flockhart, alan alda. >> i discovered her -- >> i think when you belong at a theater with so much history, you feel a sense of belonging. you feel a part of the continuum. >> reporter: founded in 1915 by an eclectic group of artists, bohemians and business people, the cleveland playhouse has been more than 1300 productions. the lights never dimming, despite world wars and the great depression. if you had to describe the playhouse in a few words, what would it be? >> bold, thrilling, provocative, necessary. >> reporter: actor and director austin pendleton, whose parents met at the playhouse, performed here in the early days of his career. >> that kind of name value acquires something, it attracts actors.
with equality. >> reporter: winner for best theater, they have been known for provocative, relevant work. house. there is so much work that goes into each production. we see the agenter eractors on stage, but you have a production department, a costume how common is this? >> over the course of the season we employ over 100 different artists, technicians, crafts people. but it is pretty unique that we are able to consistently make the work right here for cleveland. >> reporter: the playhouse has also seemed up with case western reserve university to create one of the country's most well respected masters of fine arts programs. and each year thousands of young students across three states are introduced to the art through cph. >> we're 100 years old and we
we have so much more that we are anxious to do. >> reporter: ensuring this legacy will continue far beyond the centennial celebration. >> in cleveland a few weeks ago, that city, a city that has come back. >> i want to visit cleveland. i've never been. >> fantastic place. >> well, before we go, one more time, can we check on our eagle cam? >> the second egg has hatched. >> is this still live or is this from earlier? this is live. this is live. >> dc 3 hatched earlier this morning. mom has been taking good care of both of them. >> sitting on both of them, keeping them warm. >> can we get to the names? >> a slew of them coming. >> you guys, this is all thanks to the #eaglename. some suggestions so far. stars and stripes. i like the next one. >> cherry and blossom, the cherry blossom festival coming up down there in d.c. in a week or two. >> the last one, freedom and liberty and dylan. >> i'm pushing dylan.
>> or both of them dylan. male and female. >> we should. >> i like it. >> i think it is great. we should get on the phone and call somebody. whoever is in charge of that committee. >> i'll call mama eagle. >> one dylan and one dreyer. tune into "meet the press." one of chuck's guests, john kasich will join chuck. >> that will do it for us on this sunday morning. thank you so much for watching. have a fantastic day. going away to watch eagle cam or -- >> i missed the hatching of the second egg. i'm a little disappointed. i will check in on it today.
>> enjoy first day of spring. this sunday. the republican establishment has tried persuasion. >> mr. trump is a con man, a fake. >> it's tried schoolyard tactics. >> and you know what they say about men with small hands. >> and still, donald trump keeps winning. but last night, more ugliness at a rally. [ shouting ] >> as trump warns of violence if he's denied the nomination. >> i think you'd have riots. >> but can he stopped? democrats cry foul. >> the senate will continue to observe the biden rule so that the american people have a voice in this momentous decision. >> why can't they do what