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good morning. wild weather. good morning. wild weather. severe storms sweep across the atlantic bringing tornadoes and flooding as a huge wildfire rages in new mexico with no end in sight. chaos in the courtroom. fighting breaks out after egypt's ousted president hosni mubarak is sentenced to life in prison for his actions during last year's revolution. we're going to have a live report on that. fit for a queen. celebrations under way in britain for queen elizabeth's diamond jub lie. grand pageantry to thousands of street parties, we'll have a royal seat as the family heads to the races today saturday june
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2nd, 2012. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with lester holt and hoda kotb, live from studio 1, a in rockefeller plaza. >> i like the sound of that. >> you do. >> welcome to "today" on saturday morning. i'm lester holt. >> and i'm hoda kotb. hold on. not what i expected. you promised. >> you didn't spike mine. >> in twitter you momsed but i'll forgive you for this one. residents from coast-to-coast are keeping a close eye after weather this weekend. >> uprooted trees, damaged buildings, in virginia a funnel cloud was spotted as it created a water spot. on the west coast more than 1200 firefighters in new mexico were battling the nation's largest wildfire. we'll have a live report coming up. then are we headed for another recession? the dow suffered its worst day
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of the year on friday after a dismal jobs report and a rise in the unemployment rate. we're going to look at what is dragging down the job market and where there actually may be a few bright spots as well. >> also, the man that shot and killed trayvon martin. on friday a judge revoked his bond saying he mislead the court how much money he had. zimmerman's attorney calls it a misunderstanding. more from florida. another uproar, this time over photos showing two service women nursing while in uniform. coming up we'll find out why they might face disciplinary action. >> speaking of drinking -- you didn't think i wouldn't welcome you in the fourth hour kind of way. >> no, you did not. >> of course we did. we wanted to make you feel at home. >> thank you. >> however, this is a saturday morning show.
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we have children watching. we have bubbly weather. >> i was surprised to learn there was a saturday morning show. >> don't start. >> wednesday might be wine day but saturday is not souse day. >> i enjoy you and our whole crew here. let's talk about the strong storms that battered the atlantic. alex witt has more for us. good morning. >> good morning to you, lester. a lot of people are picking up the pieces this morning after that intense storm blew over trees, downed power lines and ripped roof. swiftly, spurring tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings up and down the eastern seaboard. >> we're still getting pounded tonight with thunderstorms producing very, very heavy rain. in the nation's capital, the first wave of storms hit right at rush hour. flash flooding caught drivers by
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surprise. some were rescued by a boat. >> i made a right turn and the water rose to where the truck is, three feet to six feet in jeff like that. >> in maryland this dramatic video shows three teenagers being hoisted to safety after being trapped. >> three young lives could have been swept away at a moment. it's scary. fortunately for them this had a good outcome. >> elsewhere in the state the violent storms stripped roofs, knocked over signs and overturned vehicles. 's a piece of metal wrapped around a tree. this funnel briefly touchnd down at a hampton maria. in pittsburgh severe winds tore the roof off this 80-foot inflatable dome at robert morris university. ten people inside the complex at the time but escaped without
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injury. >> no serious injuries reported in either virginia or maryland. more than 30,000 homes in baltimore lost power. more than half have been restored. lester. >> alex, thanks very much. here is hoda. now to mux where 1200 firefighters are battling the nation's largest wildfire. nbc's miguel almaguer is in reserve, new mexico. what's happening there? >> reporter: hoda, good morning. this isn't just the biggest wildfire burning in the country, it's the largest wildfire to ever scorch new mexico. it's roughly 118,000 acres. to give you some perspective, the burn zone is roughly the size of new york city. now, there is some good news and bad news today. the good news, firefighters who have been working every day all day, 24 hours a day for up to two weeks have this fire roughly 15% contained. they are hoping to get more containment later this afternoon. the bad news, this wildfire is burning in the national forest, where there is rough terrain, a lot of terrain they can't get
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to. to be honest, they say the fire will burn for weeks if not months down the road. the good news it's not threatening very many homes. there's a subdivision relatively close to where it's burning, an hour from where we're standing. firefighters have several crews there trying electroprotect the structures. that's one point of concern for them here. again, the good news, the fire is burning mostly in an area that is inaccessible and not threatening many homes. >> wow, a long time to put that out. thanks. now to lester. some big warning signs about the economy. according to the labor department only 69,000 jobs last month, unemployment report led to 8.2%. theismal report affected dow jones, erased gains for the year. leading to new fears the economic recovery is stal here is cnbc's tyler matheson. >> reporter: hundreds lined up at a job fair in los angeles.
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>> i've been actively looking for employment for the last three years. >> you just have to keep potion tiff and know there's something out there somewhere. >> reporter: nearly 13 million americans are without jobs and hunting for work in an economy that clear from the labor department report is still struggling. the 69,000 added are less than half the 50,000 or so most forecasters expected. a dramatic drop from just a few months ago when in january, february, march the economy added more than 225,000 new jobs a month. some economists see may's sluggish performance as a kind of payback for that hiring surge. although there was some new jobs, the unemployment ticked up for the first time in months. >> i think most of us expected to see more job creation, to see less than 70,000 jobs were actually created in the u.s. is certainly signs that employers are still cautious about hiring.
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>> reporter: among the few bright spots employment increased in health care, transportation and manufacturing, including the auto industry. in fact, ford, chrysler and gm all showed double digit sales gains in may. still, government payrolls fell again last month and there were job losses in housing and construction. >> housing really is one of the biggest concerns. it's not just impacting the builders that are building these houses, it's impacting all the people that work on these homes. electricians to plumbing, painters, concrete. you know, it's the trade positions. >> reporter: but even those who work in construction and able to find jobs say the industry isn't what it used to be. >> we used to do seven to ten a month, now half of that or three-quarters of that. obviously if we don't have enough revenue coming in, i have to let some of my people go. >> reporter: for "today," tooirl
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mathes -- tyler matheson. >> i still can't believe this is water. people wanted me to bring mimosas. >> i asked for a box of wine and a straw, you didn't do that. >> alex witt is left without anything to drink and she's got news headlines. >> we're going to win with egypt, ousted president hosni mubarak sentenced to life in prison. more from cairo. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, alex. as soon as the was read, protest erupted inside. that's because mubarak ruled with an iron fist and will serve the rest of his life in prison. he was convicted on allowing protesters to be killed. what essentially has angered the people here in cairo is six of his aides, six of the top security officials in charge of the police and other security services during the protests
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have been acquitted. along with them the president's two sons acquitted on charges of corruption. we understand the president has been transferred to a prison in the south part of cairo. he will begin serving his sentence immediately. and at the same time the appeals process is under way. alex. >> thank you so much. syria is under more pressure to end its violent crackdown on dissent that began 15 months ago. the u.n.'s top human rights body voted overwhelmingly on friday to condemn the regime of president assad on the slaughter of more than 100 civilians last week. defense secretary leon panetta is talking about a new military strategy for the asia pacific region. speaking at an annual security forum in singapore, said the united states will move 60% of its warships to the pacific by the year 2020. panetta dismissed the notion after more than a decade of war in iraq and afghanistan, the move is designed to contain china's emergence as a global power. there is some good news about fighting cancer.
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researchers meeting today in chicago say they have found a new class of chemotherapy drugs that target cancer cells while sparing healthy ones. they hope the experimental treatment called tdmi will prove to be more effective and less toxic than existing treatments. a runaway car sent five people to the hospital in connecticut. fire officials say he lost control as he was trying to park. plowing through a supermarket. none of the injuries thought to be life threatening. the driver may have had a medical problem. mets fans are celebrating today. the team finally has its first no-hitter. johan santana pitched against st. louis cardinals. that's one of baseball's best offenses by the way. padres are the only big league franchise without a no-hitter. look at that, especially coming after a year of being off the team because of surgery. he was recovering. nice going. >> fans celebrating too much.
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>> that is cool. a little salt in the wound. >> what are you going to do? everyone is philadelphia is happy at least. >> tell us about the weather. >> good morning. we had those nasty storms yesterday rolling through the east coast. thankfully a lot of that is over with. we are going to wake up to a dreary saturday morning. up through maine. i don't have much good news throw this weekend. also in the pacific northwest. cool and showery there. i tell you what, though. where they need the cleanup in the mid-atlantic, they have it today. should be sunny and dry. that's a look at your national forecast. here's a look at the weather outside your window. >> good morning. it doesn't get any better than this. i'm meteorologist kim martucci. 65 is where we're at. our temperatures are nice and refreshing. we had 50s north and west where they are still at 53 in pittsburgh right now. as for that rain, it's moved off to the east. it will stay out of the picture this afternoon. we are going to stay dry and
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have temperatures rebound up into the upper 70s this afternoon. and the nats first pick is at 4:05. looking good. that's your saturday forecast. hoda. >> thank you, bill. it's a dramatic twist in a racially charged case that's drawn national attention, the fatal shooting of an unarmed 17-year-old teenager named trayvon martin. now the judge has revoked the bond of the accused murderer george zimmerman and ordered him to go back to jail. nbc's kerry sanders with more on that. kerry, why the turnaround here? >> reporter: well, good morning, hoda. because florida prosecutors say george zimmerman and his family misled, deceived and outright lied to the court when they said they were basically broke. the only way they could meet the bond was to get second mortgages on his parents and his grandmother's homes. 28-year-old george zimmerman released from jail here six weeks ago is headed back behind bars. >> at this time revoke his bond,
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place him on no bond status. >> reporter: florida prosecutors argued the released murderer released on $150,000 bond in april deceived the court when he failed to reveal a $135,000 balance in a paypal account. >> it was misleading, a blatant lie. >> at the bond hearing zimmerman's wife was allowed to testify by phone to avoid cameras in the courtroom. >> do you have any estimate as to how much money has already been obtained? >> i do not. >> she stated unequivocally she does not have any money. >> in a recorded jailhouse telephone call prosecutors say husband and wife talked in coded language. george zimmerman, you're going to take out $10 and keep it with you in cash, less than 10. she willie zimmerman. like $9. george zimmerman, say about 10. i'm wondering, you have more than $10. >> they were using codes, instead of saying $10,000,
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$9,000, they were using code words thinking police are going to be real stupid when listening to these calls and couldn't figure what's going on. >> reporter: zimmerman accused of killing trayvon martin and charged with second degree murder. the attorney said if he lied about his paypal account, how can he be believed when he says he shot trayvon martin in self-defense. >> his credibility is the most important thing in the entire case. >> reporter: the attorney says failing to reveal the paypal account was a technicality. proving that zimmerman did not use any of it for the bond. >> if deception was their intent why did they disclose to me the first day it was discussed and why did he forward all the money i asked him to forward the day we asked him to forward it. >> reporter: prosecutors say that george zimmerman also had two passports but failed to turn both of them into the court as required. the judge said that that was not a critical violation. once george zimmerman turns
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himself in, it's expected judge lester will have him and his wife she willie front and center to answer some questions. hoda. >> thank you. thanks, kerry, once again, here is lester. it will be two years since kyron hormowho ar horman headed school and vanished. she's suing the person she thinks is responsible. >> every time i think of kyron, i think of his big smile. >> reporter: a mother's pain two years after her son disappeared. desiree young is now taking action filing a civil lawsuit against kyron's stepmom, terri horm horman, the last one to see the second-grader in 2010. >> in this lawsuit, i'm asking the court to compel terry to tell me where kyron is. >> reporter: an attorney for terry says she has no comment on
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the suit. she told investigators she last saw the little boy walking towards his class. his mother and the father have long believed terry is responsible for the disappearance. >> we need to do everything we can to apply pressure from all the different angles. >> cane horman is divorcing terry and says she's behind a murder-for-hire plot against him. terry has never been charged with anything. while she has been a focus in the disappearance, she's never been named a suspect. >> on behalf of miss young, i'll be able to issue subpoenas, compel production of documents including e-mails and text messages. >> reporter: young is asking for $10 million in damages but says any money she recovers will be used to help families of other missing children. >> it is your worst nightmare. no matter what you do to prepare for it, you can't. >> kyron, we will never stop. we will never give up. >> two parents desperate for any
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answers two years after their little boy was last seen. >> i promise. >> reporter: for today kristen dahlgren, nbc news, los angeles. we're back in a moment. but first this is "today" on nbc. when mitt romney says "planned parenthood we're gonna get rid of that." romney is saying he'll deny women the birth control and cancer screenings they depend on. when romney says "do i believe the supreme court should overturn roe v. wade? yes." he's saying he'll deny women the right to make their own medical decisions and when his campaign can't say whether he'd support equal pay protections. "and we'll get back to you on that." romney's putting your paycheck at risk. planned parenthood action fund is responsible for the content of this advertising because mitt romney is out of touch and wrong for women.
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word but moms every day do that so i don't think it should be an issue. >> they posed for the series of photographs later to be used in august for national breast-feeding awareness month. now the washington state servicewomen could face disciplinary action. a national guard spokesman said it's not about breast-feeding in uniform but instead a violation of military rules. >> the policy is that the military uniform can't be used to endorse a product or sell a product or further a cause or an ideology. in this case the uniform was used by an outside entity. >> that cause is a mom-to-mom cause. some posting positive comments and others saying the photos are a disgrace to the uniform. the group fired back saying the military photographs were never meant to exploit, promote, or to
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♪ this is the next chapter for the rx. this is the next chapter for lexus. this is the pursuit of perfection. good morning, everyone. the time now is 8:27 on this saturday, june 2nd, 2012. i'm angie goff. here's a look at your top stories. three teens are recovering from hypothermia this morning after getting stuck in high water. prince george's county crews rescued them in mount rainier. we're told the kids were swept away while playing on the waterway during the thunderstorm. right now thousands of people will be in d.c. for the annual race for the cure. 25,000 people are expected to take part in today's race. the race started at 8:00 on the washington monument grounds and ends near the national air and space museum. as a result, streets will be
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closed along the route until the runners and walkers passed. metro riders can expect big days today. crews are doing track work on all five lines. the biggest headache will be on the orange line. buses will replace between the east falls and west falls church stations. trains will also be single tracking on sections of the blue, red, green, and yellow lines. a
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we have sunshine and a high of 77 today. you are looking at a live picture from england. queen elizabeth will arrive and kick off her diamond jubilee celebration. we'll get to that in a moment. back to our corner of the world, a great group of folks that came out in the rain and spend part of their morning with us. inside studio 1, a i'm hoda kotb with lester holt. look at us cruising through the show. >> miss steps that can derail. switch gears, the buzz from
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justin bieber's week, unforgettable to drew barry more's wedding. a celebration you're likely not to see in your lifetime. queen elizabeth's diamond jub lee commemorating her remarkable 60 year reign. michelle is live, decked out at the darby. good morning, michelle. >> here it is a derby. not a derby. soon the queen will arrive. this year she does not have one of her own horses racing. this is her day to just enjoy it and shine. bring out your race finery, summer dresses in 50 degree weather and you know this is something special. >> once in a lifetime.
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>> fancy, richest, most prestigious derby of them all, the social kickoff of jubilee weekend. going all out for the queen. queen elizabeth takes her racing very seriously, though she also gets into the fashions. the epsom has been run since 1780 and inspired our kentucky derby which the queen herself attended in 2007 fulfilling a longtime dream of hers and thrilling the crown. >> chances are if we see her we're going to go -- >> she has kept several horses. the relationship with america runs deeper, the official visit in 1997. has known 12 u.s. presidents, even rode horse back with ronald reagan. >> she's part of the life of democracy on both sides of the
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atlantic. >> does she like the united states? >> she loves the united states. she loves the vigor of the united states. >> reporter: and americans can't seem to get enough of british royalty, history, pageantry, the fairy tale. england is full of yankees right now contributing in their own ways. barbara halsey a quilter bought union jack fabric. >> i guess i'll be putting a british quilt together. it's kind of fun. you do get pulled into it. it's not like this in the states. there's a lot of tradition. >> three generations of dallas ladies could not help themselves. >> the official jubilee tea towel. >> fabulous god save the queen while grilling steaks. >> what is this? a corgi. >> i want a corgi and take him back to dallas. >> somebody has been caught up in jubilee fever?
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>> yeah. >> reporter: the queen adores racing. ten times she's tried to win this race with one of her horses. today she'll present the prizes. prince william and katherine, by the way, won't attend today. >> michelle you look great. >> did you see beatrice and eugenie? do you remember when they came by the plaza. >> no, indeed. >> that was kathie lee. my mistake. >> you know when you see something back and it looks incredibly ridiculous. >> no, it was ridiculous at the time. >> all right. bill karins is out on the plaza with another check of the forecast. you funny. >> i just want to know what the back-up outfit was on that one and the hat, too. good morning, everyone. you escaped from husbands. husbands, iowa, that is. >> from iowa, escaped from husbands, buckeye and winter set. >> you escaped from the zoo -- a
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>> i like that look. good morning, everyone. let's talk a forecast as we go through the forecast. heavy rain yesterday in the mid-atlantic has moved up through new england and in the northwest showers to deal with. we won't have too much severe weather across the country. maybe just a few spots in northern texas. and sunday through areas like wichita to topeka. by far the worst weather this weekend definitely in new england. not feeling like the beginning of summer. that's a look at the national forecast, now here's a look at the weather outside your window. >> time to dry out. i'm kim martucci. our weather today looks great. we're working on 75 for gaithersburg, manassas too. 77 in d.c. north and west and to cumberland 72 and partly sunny skies. it'll be a little cooler tonight. lows dipping down into the 50s across most of the area. enjoy the break from all the rain.
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the mistakes are really high. one to three deals fall apart before someone signs on the line. today barbara corcoran is here with tips on closing the deep. let's talk about the problems
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that sellers often have. one of the things you say sellers do is they price their house too high. that's a huge mistake. >> almost everybody does that coming out of the gate. what you should do is investigate what the five houses that are going to compete with you are going to price at and price yours 10 to 15%. >> bidding wars take care of it. >> bidding wars take care of everything on its own. your house is an extension of yourself and you feeling like it's a personal insult. most low bidders come up to a roonable price. get over yourself, count your bids. >> i was surprised about this. you say sometimes home sellers like to be inside the home f you say get out. >> get out for sure. these are people who never had company and they can't wait to see who's coming into their house. but what happens is psychologically, the buyers, the
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shoppers can't picture themselves in the house. >> yeah, yeah, ya. so get out. >> yeah. >> sometimes you wait to do home repairs but you thing it's a good idea to get everything done? it's essential. it's hard to put money into the house when you want to get money out. but if you don't do those home repairs and the inspection brings it up, you'll pay 3 dollars for every dollar. they make you pay dearly. >> this sunds scored. the broker's commission, do not hager over it. >> of course, i'm going to say it. i'm a broker. the house that's always shown is the house with the high commission and the really savvy homeowner who wants to sell fast. they broker and say 1% if you sell within the first 15 day. what's 1%. wait for the action you get on
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your house. >> let's talk buyers. first one is not doing a home inspection. >> they cost $300. what? you're not going to do it and it can set you bachlkt penny-wise and pound foolish. >> i guess a lot of buyers don't do their home work. what do you mean by that? >> what they fail to do is check out the neighborhood. the first thing do it is go back to the house on saturday night. the kids hanging out on the porch or bands. you'll see the dumps in people's backyard, the far baj from google minneapolis. you can go and scope out the house and see what you're buying into. >> here's the the final one. these are the things you should avoid. what are some of the mistakes you usually make.
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>> you should never put in afternoon insults bichltd you put aed by in, a down tell bit and a threed by. you have only percent of making it happen. >> by the way, i've heard barbara corcoran speak. you knee go look at it. >> cob. ing just ka bee was's baby. we've got all your news covered. but first these messages. >> she was constantly climbing on something. there were times we took her on
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moving back to the shore. to break it all doubt chuck nice and courtney. >> let's start with justin bieber. he made headlines for being accused of assaulting a fundraiser. fans went nuts in norway and he ran into a wall. >> i refuse to believe the rumors that justin bieber is secretly drinking. >> that's not the first time he's done it. he's responsible for concussing himself. >> concussing. >> it's a word. >> justin bieber is part bird. that's why he keeps flying into glass. >> let's move on to jessica
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simpson. i don't have my glasses. can i see your glasses? this just happened. oh, yeah, much better. jessica simpson is now doing an ad for weight watchers and she's got to lose weight. that's obviously the beautiful baby maxwell. >> well, jessica simpson, she gained a ton of weight when she got pregnant and a lot of people before she had the baby said maybe there could be a weight watchers in the works. . oh, the cynics. they were right. she announced she's got a kwawet watcher's deal. she will earn $4 million. >> and courtney just had a baby. >> news on me. >> let's talk about madonna.
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53 years old, start add new concert tour in israel. by all accounts she's still got it. by the way, i'm 53, so that's not a huge surprise. are you surprised? >> what do you mean, i am shocked. 53 is not dead. okay, it's close to it though. okay. i'm joke. >> she was really kicking it in israel. >> she's got it. she always will. she can open a show at 63. >> i have never been a madonna fan until now. at 53 years old, she doesn't need to do it. she's doing it to show all these young ones to show exactly who started all this. she's like, lady gaga, i'm lady grandma, please. >> real quick about the jersey shore, we have a little change in plans there. snooki, because she's pregnant,
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is not going to be living with the rest of the gang. >> is that a jersey shore that anybody wants to watch? i'm not sure. good job for snooki. she's not moving into the house. the situation who had to go to rehab recently, he e's just hanging out. >> look forward to it. the jersey bore, the jersey senator. this is going to suck. unless that baby is going to be in a hot tub with a bottle full of vodka and a nipple on it fist pumping they can't top it. >> courtney hayes, it's good to have you both here with us. first this is "today" on nbc.
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it's different seeing you without your partner in crime. she's on the phone. >> she is? >> good morning, sunshine. >> are you joking. >> hoda, did you think i was going to sleep in while you're two-timing me with lester. >> they did a new open. what was going on there? >> huge. >> i bet you were thrilled to wake up seeing it was drizzling. >> you know my hair is exploding as we speak cincinnati's growing. it's unbelievable to see. >> stop. by the way, no wine this morning. >> no, no, no, no. >> speak for yourself. >> no, we've got you hooked up here. >> i'll have to take a little sip. >> cheers, kath. thanks for calling. >> kathie lee, thanking for calling. >> thank you, lester, you look good. >> i giev tot do "nightly news" tonight. >> give him three.
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hi, everyone. good morning. i'm richard jordan. >> i'm angie goff. a water rescue in the height of severe storms. >> the northwest branch of shows just what she's made of. swollen by storms, teens needed rescued. a tornado confirmed. a look at the water spout that came on shore and caused damage in virginia. that's just some of the wild weather we'll show you. we've got traffic alerts from beltway construction to metro track work. we'll run down all the problem spots that might slow you down this weekend. and will it be a good beach day? i've got the forecast straight through the weekend. it's all coming up. >> all that and more when you join us for news4 today.
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that's all the horses sir. ...and the men? all the king's men are here too sir. it doesn't look good. ♪ the child was holding on to the wall and just pray to god they'll be safe.

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