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good moin good morning. breaking news. terrifying scene. the wing of a passenger plane catches fire seconds after an emergency landing in singapore. 241 people onboard, all safe. this morning how rescuers averted disaster. utter devastation. the death toll rises to 25 in the flooding in west virginia, and more rain expected today. in california, more than 200 homes destroyed by wildfire. all eyes on wall street. investors brace themselves for what could be another bumpy wide.
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morning. 33 people seek treatment after walking over coals, and should the popular fire work meant to help people overcome fears be banned. this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah gunnery. >> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a monday morning. savannah is off today and we have tapl run here. we are going to talk about that. we talking about the glass
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two hours into a flight and you are told to turn around to make an emergency landing. and then you see this out your window. the wing of the plane engulfed in flames. that was the case for 241 passengers and crew on a singapore flight overnight, and tom costello covers aviation for us. >> this was singapore flight 368 leaving for italy, and a warning light forced the pilot to move back and just in time, and once on the ground an engine and then a wing burst into plane. a terrifying sight no passenger wants to see, the engine and then the wing on fire. the boeing 777 on its way to milan, italy, was forced to turn around, the airline says, following an engine oil warning message and moments
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an emergency landing the engine caught fire and passengers had to wait inside the plane until firefighters could douse the planes. a woman took these images, i am going hug my kids. all passengers and crew members got off the plane safety and singapore airlines will investigate fully to determine what went wrong. >> it was probably dumping fuel on the way back to the airport and some of the fuel may have clung to the wing, and rescue crews on the ground there quickly and prevented something far worse from happening. now to two devastating natural disasters here at home. it killed dozens in a powerful wildfire in california that has already destroyed hundreds of homes. we have both covered
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with dylan dreyer. good morning. >> nearly 10 inches of rain fell in just 12 hours causing devastating flash flooding. you can see behind me what was a two-lane road down to one lane, and the other lane washed away, and crews trying to repair the road. this is a rain event that is expected only once every 1,000 years. the damage is plain to see. many businesses including this dairy queen completely destroyed. thousands remain without power as residents throughout the state begin what is expected to be a long and expensive cleanup. >> somehow it didn't get dirty. >> the national weather service is calling it a
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event, massive flooding so powerful that cars and even homes were swept away. over the weekend, a controlled release of water after rainfall caused lake water to rise 38 feet in one day. on sunday president obama declared parts of the state a major disaster area clearing the way for federal funds. in the aftermath, 300 national guard troops had been deployed, many of them trying to salvage what is left. >> i don't know where to start. i just sit and i cry. >> the storm leaving many residents shocked by the extent of the damage. >> it's hard. sometimes you just feel like giving up and quitting. >> but amid the devastation, signs of hope. >> all you can do is give people a hugging and a shoulder to lean on and food in their belly. >> members of several different churches attended a joint service in the parking lot where relief efforts are under way. >> ino
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preacher, where is god in this? he is right here. >> more storms are expected later today and if the heaviest rain occurs in some of the hardest hit areas it could lead to additional flash flooding. fema is encouraging people that suffered losses to register online or call. let's turn to california. crews are slowly starting to gain ground on a deadly wildfire that destroyed hundreds of homes north of los angeles and nbc's gaudy schwartz. >> this particular area is still under evacuation orders, but still people that lived here are finding a way to sneak back here in discovering there's nothing left. during the firstgh
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fire, dozens of homes exploded. roads covered in smoke and flames. five miles away danny walker thought he was safe. t he was sa. >> it was quick. real quick. >> reporter: on the second night, the firestorm destroyed over 200 homes burned everything danny owns. >> reporter: >> i lost everything. >> reporter: we were there as danny saw the smoldering remains of his home for the first time and he was hugging his dog named bear who he thought was lost. >> everything is gone. but he stayed, he's good. >> two of his other dogs have not been seen since the fire and danny is one of hundreds that lost everything in the fire, and neighbors also sifting through the debris. signs of life in the rubble. >> i heard
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picked up the roof and there he was. so many people out here in this situation. at 10:00 today authorities are going to begin discussing how to repopulate this area and how to lift the evacuation zones and many people are going to be coming home to this, and there are several area charities that are accepting donations including the red cross. matt? >> gaudy, thank you very much. >> and we wish we had better news. especially starting off with the fires. a lot of active fires going on right now, and it's going to be sunny and hot today, 101, and dry and gusty winds all week long so not a lot of help there. and we have a series of fronts passing through, flash flood wath
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including a good portion of west virginia, and as the fronts push through some could be severe and we could be looking at gusty winds through tuesday. in the meantime, as we look at rainfall amounts, not going to take a lot to cause more flash flooding, and could be upwards of three inches of rain in some of the areas, but for the most part it's going to be about one to two inches and again with the ground completely saturated and all the rain they have gotten it won't take much to exacerbate all that flooding. let's talk about the fallout from britain's surprise vote to leave the european union. it caused markets around the world to plummet so what will happen on wall street this week? we have two reports beginning with nbc's kaer simmons in london. good morning to you. >> reporter: shares in two british bankings were briefly suspended with the uk and europe in
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politics here in britain, america's closest ally, in a virtual meltdown. >> i am absolutely convinced we will be able to work through this in a sensible and thoughtful way that takes the best strengths of the yield and the best strengths of the marketplace and the best interest of our national security. >> reporter: the man in charge of the finances addressing the crisis attempting to calm european markets. >> it will not be plain sailing in the days ahead but let me be clear you should not underestimate our resolve. we are equipped for whatever happens. >> britain will take its time before leaving the european union, he said, but
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kingdom is deeply divided this morning. the dark mood made worse. the pope yesterday urging unity and understanding. there is something not working in the european union, he said, and not throw the baby out with the bathwater and many of the european leaders seem in no word to compromise. the united states made clear it did not want britain to leave the eu and secretary clinton expected to urge them not to, and some saying we need to replace hate with hope. >> kaer simmons in london. and jim, before we talk about what this is going to mean here,
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and in the uk and great britain still don't know what this is going to mean, and the number one google search is eu. >> they were completely unprepared and thought it would be the other way and the government didn't know what it was doing in terms of convincing people they should stay, and this is a country that imports 50% of its goods, and in terms of the financial chaos and collapse, it's just one of the worst moves i have seen. >> if you are close to retiring or thinking about it or in retirement at this point, and to hear the word chaos and understand people don't understand the ramification, how do we process that at that point in your life? >> hard for people on the fixed income to be able to profit and if you are an investor, it's very unlikely the federal
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>> the banks over there are terrible and leading the market down. we saw a 2% decline on top of the 3% decline we saw on friday that would be highly unusual. >> you say over there, does that exist anymore in a global market? >> it does from the point of view we are so much stronger than we are, and their banks never had to put up capital and they just didn't do it right after their recession. >> jim, thanks. you will come back in the next half hour with some specific ways to protect your money during the brexit impact. meantime, donald trump has been under fire for his response to the vote during a quick business trip to scotland. this morning our new poll shows hillary clinton widening her lead over him in the national race, and peter alexander is in washington. >> let's get right to it. the numbers you just saw, the poll shows dona
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ground, and now trailing hillary clinton by five points, and clinton's advantage ticking up only slightly compared to one month ago as trump tries to get his campaign back on course. just back from his trance atlantic promotional tour touting his scott issue golf course, his campaign is still stuck in a bunker. and clinton is shown up 12 points, a poll trump led last month. >> they wanted to take their country back. i have great respect for that. >> i don't want to have a plummeting pound, and if it does plummet i do well, and if it doesn't i do well. that's what i do. >> we are going to have a good convention and we are confident we are not behind the clinton
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faces an uphill climb. >> look, it's up to the american people to decide, and this morning donald trump has one less republican to rely on, george will saying he left the party altogether after calling trump a counterfeit republican, and trump firing back on his favorite platform, twitter, calling the pulitzer prize winner overrated. >> thank you. hillary clinton is campaigning in ohio today, and she will share the stage with massachusetts senator, elizabeth warren, so could that be a potential vp addition. andrea mitchell in cincinnati and good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. elizabeth warren is
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clinton's best weapon. hillary clinton inching up in the polls and marching in new york city's gay pride parade on sunday but could the popular tsunami that swept britain hit clinton next, and clinton's answer is an ad. >> every president is tested by world events. but donald trump thinks about how his golf resort can profit. >> and clinton took another dig at trump sunday night. >> bomb pwasic comments in turbulent times can actually cause more turbulence. best sal pitch to angry voters fed up with washington could come today from massachusetts senator elizabeth warren. >> we need to elect hillary clinton to be president. >> reporter: warren even dropped in at clinton's brooklyn campaign headquarters to rally the troops. >> we got to get this done. >> reporter: warren was the last democratic senator to endorse clinton and not until the primaries were
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and for years she slammed clinton for taking wall street money. >> she has taken money from the groups and more to the point, she worries about them as a constituency. >> reporter: still with bernie sanders refusing to endorse hillary clinton yet and only grudgingly saying he'll even vote for her, warren is being vetted as a possible running mate . >> reporter: sources close to the campaign tell me that the frontrunner for that job is still virginia senator and former government, jim cane. matt and savannah -- sorry, tapl run. the supreme court is expected to announce today a major decision on texas abortion law in what could be the most significant ruling on the issue in years. the law requires doctors performing the procedure to have admitting privileges at local hospitals and clinics to meet hospital grade standards. the question, do those requirements on abortion providers pose an
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on women? about half the clinics in texas have closed since the law was passed in 2013. tens of thousands of people turned out on sunday tens of thousands of people turned out across the country to march in the gay pride parade. and the parade started in a moment of silence, and the owner of the nightclub rode to the lead float. and record crowds saw a strong police presence and millions of people attended pride parades in chicago, san francisco and seattle. >> and a lot of beautiful weather, and you refer to it as the chamber of commerce. we will show you what we have going on the rest of the country, wide swath of showers stretching from new york state all the way down into the gulf coast and strong risk of strong storms in the central plains. it's going to stay hot through the southwest, but we look for temperatures finally
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fronts move through and eventually they get into the northeast. we are going to get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. good morning. a mild and dry morning commute and temperatures in the 70s and then in the afternoon maybe dodging thunderstorms especially south and far west of the metro area, and highs before then into the mid-80s and tomorrow up near 90 degrees and still humid and scattered afternoon storms area wide and then wednesday and
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humidity returns and highs in the mid-80s and then getting into the fourth of july weekend, and maybe storms late in the afternoon on sunday. coming up, at least 30 people evaluated for burns after walking across hot coals at a tony robins event. plus, jim cramer with five things you need to know and do in the wake of brexit to keep your money safe. i do know what the eu is, though, but first this is "today" on nbc.
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most common side-affect is nausea. being a non-smoker feels great. ask your doctor if chantix is right for you. 7:26 is your time now on this monday, june 27th, 2016. >> we expect the supreme court to issue a ruling today in the bob mcdonnell corruption case and this morning the justices could send the former governor to jail or order a new trial and he was convicted on nearly a dozen federal corruption counts in connection with gifts and loans, and we will send a breaking news alert to the nbc washington app when the news comes down. and nobody was hurt in this fire and the fire caused more than $75,000 worth of damage.
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commute right now. jack, how is it looking? >> a tough one trying to get across the bridge this morning, and westbound just after the third street tunnel, only the left lane getting by. 70 trying to leave frederick towards hagerstown, and police activity, the bigger delay eastbound. and a car fire before the beltway and just put it out and the northbound lanes blocked. back to you. meteorologist, tom kierein, has an update next.
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muggy monday and increasing humidity and clouds as highs reach the mid-80s, and thunderstorms well south and west of the metro area but closer on tuesday afternoon and evening with up
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temperatures and humid, and then more storms late possible on saturday and sunday. back to the "today" show after this short break.
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we're we're back and it's 7:30 on a monday morning, the 27th day of june, 2016. look at the pretty view, the empire state building and freedom tour. >> you make a great tour guide. >> i know my city. been running around the city for many years. here's a look at the headlines. new flood warnings in west virginia this morning and a state already devastated by historic flooding and 25 people died and more than 100 homes damaged. streets, a muddy mess. hillary clinton expanding her lead in the
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race and clinton holds a 5-point advantage over trump. it was a dramatic end to the copa america tournament at metlife stadium in new jersey last night. and highlighted by a net from mes mes me messi. does tony robbins go too far during his popular motivational speeches, and that's a question people are asking after many that walked across coals at an event in dallas complained about burns. >> more than 30 people were evaluated for possible burns although -- they were taken to the hospital and none of them were admitted and all of this after tony robbins latt
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atphaur unleash the the power within unleashed something else, some controversy. it suddenly is a very hot topic, the fire walk, where participants dash across coals barefoot. >> it's one of those things that seems kind of crazy but the exercise is really about overcoming your fear. >> oh, no. >> oprah did it a few years ago, reluctantly. >> i want you to know there's nothing to fear. what is the worst that can happen? >> but last thursday at the seminar in dallas things got a little too hot for some participants. >> when we were fire walking we got burned. >> this california man carrying his wife back to the hotel after she burned her
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coals. >> this is where the more critical burn victims are. >> more than 30 people evaluated for possible burns, five taken to the hospital. a spokeswoman for robbins said, there was no need for emergency personnel and only 5 of 7,000 participants requested examination beyond what was readily available on site. this is not the first time he has been burned about his fire work. in 2012, 21 people were treated for burns. >> while our goal is to have nobody that has issues after a fire walk, and the truth is these coals are hot and the likelihood you may get after-effects is pretty good. >> didn't happen the first time we did it, so hopefully
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aan anomaly and still a gate experience. >> reporter: there were two fire prevention officials on hand during the event. >> the first time you did it? you did it once and overcame your fears and then do it again? >> maybe they wanted to make sure they got rid of the fears. >> i would do it. >> tamron said she would do it. >> i don't like walk on the hot sand at the beach. >> what if you conquer your fears that way, though. >> mr. roker? >> not buying it. >> we have the jet stream way up to the north and out west it's going to stay warm, unfortunately not helping the fire situation out there. and look at the air temperatures, las vegas 110 degrees today and 107 in fresn
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sacramento will be 104. yuma arizona, 115. los angeles, 83, and vegas still way above 100 degrees, and salt lake in the 70s and phoenix will stay hot through the season. that's what is going on rpb add the country, and here's what is happening in your neck of the woods. >> get your exercise in early because it will get warm and humid as temperatures climb in the low to mid-80s and maybe an isolated shower or storm well south to the metro area late this afternoon and area wide storms are looking more likely tuesday afternoon up near 90 degrees and still humid, and then lower humidity wednesday, thursday and friday, and then head into the fourth of july weekend might get storms late saturday and perhaps into midday sunday. >> go to the weather channel on cable,
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not an opportunity to buy. >> are you saying don't panic? first of all, people getting close to retirement should not have all that much exposure to the markets anyway? >> well, there's not a lot of income being brought in by bonds so there's not a bad of a mixture of stocks and bonds for people who retired. >> when will you know, after how many days, after how this shakes out if it's a buying opportunity? >> we have seen the european declines bring between 8% and 10% in our country, of a decline itself. only one country where the pain is concentrated. >> it's the summer and people are thinking about vacations and now they look at this and say on the bright side the dollar is as strong as it has been in 30 years against the british pound, and is this the time to take advantage of that? >> 11% decline in the pound so i
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directions if you take a european vacation. the euro is not down very much but the bargains are in london. >> if you already booked travel plans to great britain, you might want to see if you can cancel those plans and rebook them with the current rates. >> it wouldn't be such a bad idea. 10% discount, and why not take advantage of it. >> and we talk about the banks over in great britain, and they are getting crushed. is there a fear and we have memories of what happened to our banks here in 2008, and should we be worried? >> their banks in the uk they never raised the money they did, and the british will say they have and their banks being cut in half in the last few days and we should not be suffering, and that's in decline. >> will this be a never mind moment, and there's a nonbinding vote and there's a chance where
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vote on this again. >> it's 8 billion pounds that they save by pulling out. over 2 to 3 years. this e will use 100 billion pounds in bailouts over two weeks. >> dumb as wood to do that. up next, from a beyonce surprise to tributes to prince, chanel has the highlights of last night's bet awards. on my long-term control medicine. i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment with breo. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways to help improve breathing for a full 24 hours. breo contains a type of medicine that increases the risk of death from asthma problems
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for carson. >> many memorable moments at the b.e.t. awards last night, and one that got everybody on their feet was "gray's anatomy" star, and he touched on the exploitation of black culture. >> we are done watching and waiting while this invention called whiteness uses and buries us, and bg strabgting our culture and dollars like black gold. and then trying us on like costumes before discarding our bodies like raoeupbz of strange fruit. the thing is, though, the thing is that just because we are magic doesn't mean we are not real. mean we're not real. >> one person writing jesse ll
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political, black. greatest acceptance speech i ever saw and a moving tribute to prince. listen to this. ♪ purple rain ♪ purple rain >> the night wouldn't have been complete without a surprise performance and beyonce, lighting the place up, performing freedom. apparently beyonce left the show the second she got off the stage and she was not there to accept her award for video of the year. here's the deal, beyonce's mom left the award on her behalf, saying she had to catch a flight for her concert the next few days, and i don't think she just left. >> her mom gave a
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>> for people that don't know, jesse was a teacher in philadelphia before he became an actor and he was a teacher in the urban part of the city and that's why he was so eloquent and passionate about it. and just ahead, what has monica lewinsky opening up about the prince. but first your local news. humira helping to relieve my pain and protect my joints from further damage. this is humira helping me go further. humira works for many adults. it targets and helps to block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to ra symptoms. doctors have been prescribing humira for over 13 years. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened, as have blood, liver and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. before treatment, get tested for tb.
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this is a news4 today news break. >> 7:56 is your time on this monday june 27th, 2016. good morning to you, i am eun yang. jack, good morning to you. >> good morning. it has been a tough monday morning and the complication trying to move from manassas towards centerville. the right side of the roadway tied up and three lanes getting by, better than before. i-70 out of frederick towards hagerstown still blocked. alternate route 40, and eastbound lanes open but have the bigger delay so expect the freeway westbound on the third street tunnel, a lane getting by there. we will take a quick break and check your forecast when we come back. stay with us.
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good morning, haze in the air and humidity on the increase, and temperatures in the 70s by 2:00, and hitting low 80s by 3:00 or 4:00 and then a chance of storms coming through well west of the metro area, and lower humidity moves in after that. >> more updates after the "today" show.
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it's 8:00 on "today. it's 8:00 on "today." praise for a prince. monica lewinsky throws her support against prince william as he takes a stand against bullying, and why she is calling his campaign perfect. plus, she's hired. the first lady of maine takes a summer job waiting tables so why does she need to earn extra cash? comedy's top dogs unleashed. >> oh, i miss her so much. >> kevin heart and
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animated over their roles. >> you wanted to know more about who i am and why i am this person. >> today, monday, june 27th, 2016. >> we love the "today" show! >> today is my birthday. >> good morning, kansas city. wishing my dad a happy birthday. love you! >> good morning from florida, and the u.s. air force, here i come. >> this is awesome! we're back now at 8:00 on a monday morning, and it's the 27th day of june, 2016. we have a
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on our plaza this morning, and some are in full swing now, and speaking of big crowds we had so much fun here friday with steven tyler putting on a big show and if you love music, we have rachel platen coming up. check it out. let's get a check of the top stories of the day. natalie is standing by with those. >> hundreds of passengers are safe after a frightening incident onboard their singapore airlines flight, and the plane was headed to milan and made an emergency landing in singapore after problems with the engine, and moments after landing, the right engine just bursts into flames and passengers had to wait in the plane until firefighters could put the fire out. all 122 passengers and 19 crew members later got off the plane safely. investigators are trying to find out what happened.
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recovering this morning, two from stab wounds after a violent clash on sunday at a white supremacists event in sacramento. tammy has that story. >> a white supremacists group known as the traditional worker party had a permit to protest but when a group showed up to protest them, things turned bloody. the violence breaking out between the two groups. the traditionalist worker party clashed with hundreds of counter protests who say they are shutting down equality. >> they attacked us, but they were not successful in doing that unbalance overall. >> more than 100
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objects at the capitol building and smashing glass. >> pepper spray. >> and shouting obscenities at each other. seven people were stabbed during the melee. >> the victim is on the ground. >> some of the members injured are a group say they are fighting discrimination against whites. no arrests were made. >> it could have been much worse. >> we checked with area hospitals this morning and they tell us the conditions of the patients range from good to credit dull. >> tammy light inner in sacramento, than
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and president obama has declared a major disaster in virginia. the flooding claimed at least 25 lives, and destroyed homes and businesses and has left thousands without power. white silver strings is among the place hardest hit with more rain there likely a flash flood watch in effect there again today. and then another tough day for firefighters trying to contain a massive wildfire in california. firefighters were able to make progress on sunday but still hundreds of people lost everything in that fire. it was a case of road rage at the racetrack over the weekend after two drivers ran into each other at nascar's camping world truck series in illinois. both drivers got into the epic f
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wrestling, and neither driver won the race or the fight. kind of crazy. lots of emotion on the track, i guess. >> thanks, natalie. coming up, monica lewinsky throwing her support behind prince william. we will tell you what she is saying this morning. why people are calling out the red cross over the pool safety poster. and then a kid knew just what to do when the camera focused on him at a baseball game. >> look the mom. >> that's after these messages. what knee pain? what sore elbow? what joint pain? advil liqui-gels are so fast, they make pain a distant memory nothing works faster stronger or longer than advil liqui-gels the world's #1 choice
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♪ (vo) you can pass down a subaru forester. (dad) she's all yours. (vo) but you get to keep the memories. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. back now at back with monica lewinsky speaking out about bullying and phrasing a member of the royal family. >> lewinsky was not always so outspoken and aligning now herself with the bullying campaign. this morning she is calling his new campaign to end cyber bullying perfect. in a new article for "vanity fair," she writes prince
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the digital mind field. >> from a young age i detested bullying in all of its forms. >> just last week prince william took a public stand against cyber bullying speaking out at a technology conference. the initiative strikes a cord with the former white house intern. >> at the age of 22 i fell in love with my boss. >> she only recently broke her silence about her affair with president clinton which made her patient zero for cyber bullying. >> when this happened to me 17 years ago there was no name for it and now we call it cyber bullying and online harassment. now she is turning her darkest moments into her life's work, and s
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make us safe on line while protecting free speech, it's going to take commitment, creativity and compassion. >> overnight i went from being a completely private figure to a publicly humiliated one worldwide. >> for her part she teamed up with bode aphone to create anti-bullying emojis. she said the shame sticks to you like tar. >> online, technologically enhanced shaming is amplified, uncontained and permanently accessible. >> lending her voice to a battle she's confronted firsthand writing bullying is bullying, whomever it happens to. >> that talk was very impactful. lewinsky has went around speaking about bullying and it's
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about. >> yeah, making sure people understand it. >> an interesting alliance. >> will you stick around? >> i will. other stories people are talking about this morning. why don't we start with the red cross, all right. finding itself in a little hot water over a pool safety poster. here's the image from a red cross hospital out in colorado. the title, be cool, follow the rules. breaks down pool safety into different behavior, cool being smart behavior and not cool for possibly rude or dangerous behavior, and many of the white children are labeled cool, meaning they are following the rules while a majority of the darker-skinned children are branded not cool for being rule breakers. folks online are calling it racist and the red cross is responding pulling the poster and the organization says it plans to do better in the future. >> we have lof
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>> yeah. >> it's often probably -- we don't know, but that's why we say diversity is so important if there's a diverse body of people maybe those things don't get by, and that is usually part of it. it's that time of the year when people often pick up summer jobs to make extra money and usually it's teenagers, but up in maine it's the governor's wife. yes, the state's first lady picked up a job waiting restaurants, and $70,000 is what he makes, and she hopes to use her extra cash to buy a car, and said before i was a waitress for 11 days and i have been working for some 14, and the hardest job of my life was the
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>> i am sure she is wildly popular. >> yeah. don't roll the tape just yet. do you have kids that get into a staring contest. they love this. every once in a while you go to a sporting event and a kid will realize the camera focuses on them. check out this kid, he realizes he is on camera and goes all in. this is at the college world series over the weekend. >> his mom seeming oblivious until he decides maybe he will steal a look at mom to see if she is approving or disapproving. >> that's a mom brow there. >> the broadcast goes to the game and come back to him and he is still going. this is my moment. let me go! >> love that kid. >> do we even know who won the game?
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let's go to the morning pop start for you. >> cold play performed last night in britain and the set turned into a family affair and chris got help from youngsters, including his two kids with gweneth paltrow. ♪ ♪ >> cute kids. fans watching as moses and apple along with two of their cousins joined the stage, and gwen shot the video herself and posted it on instagram. and then taking romance to the next level. taylor and tom taking a lovely stroll on thea
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english countryside, and they were not alone, taylor meant tom's mom diane. >> all right? >> that was fast. wow. >> it was a day, listen to this, after tom met taylor's parents. >> wow. >> that's fast. >> how long did it take your guy to meet your mom tphao like eight months. >> how long have they been together? >> two weeks. >> she has been apart from calvin a month or two, so about a month. >> this could be it. >> are you sure about that? >> don't judge. >> it's not a judgment. >> let's talk about another couple. keith irving and nicole kidd. they found a way to be together. keith face timed nicole from the stage during hisco
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instagram keith shared this photo, it's the first one they ever took together taken in 2005 and it shows the couple minutes after they were introduced. >> wow. has not aged. >> her hair is shorter. >> thank you so much. >> thank you so much. got us all controversial on when to meet the parents. if it's too soon. al roker, how long did it >> how long did it take debra to meet your family? >> about six months. she probably would have waited a little longer in hindsight, but that's another story. they loved her, and then she loved them. and the week's precipitation, wet weather making its way from new england to the gulf coast, and we need the rain in the northeast and the big week period look for wet weather in the southeast and gulf coast and central plains and showers through the southwest and we will see monsoonal moisture through the southw
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weather along the mid-atlantic states and stays wet out west. and temperatures warm up in the northeast but stay warm out west. that's what is going on around the country, and here's what is happening in your neck of the woods. >> mild and muggy morning commute on this monday and temperatures climbing in the low 70s and we will stay dry but when you are heading back home you might encounter a few thunderstorms coming through especially if you live 30 or 40 miles south of the metro area, and then a greater chance of afternoon storms area wide on tuesday. and then lower humidity on thursday, friday, and saturday and sunday, might get storms late saturday and off and on on sunday. >> that's the weather, guys. >> thanks very much. what duty animal members of your family do when you leave?
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animated movie. >> willie is here with a sneak speak. >> this is going to be a big movie and it's from the same creative team behind the "despicable me" movies. and a few pets joined us. >> do you always travel with your crew like this? >> always. >> i don't know where these animals came from. >> since i have done this movie, i refuse to be without a minimum of five dogs at a time. >> the back drop here, manhattan where the film takes place. >> i am matt and the luckiest dog in new york. >> louie see kay and kevin heart. >> it's a "toy story" for pets.
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owners wonder. what exactly does your dog or cat do when you leave the house? >> big, big stuff today tkpweupblget. i have big plans. i will sit here and wait for katie to come back. >> louie plays a terrier, max. >> max is a new yorker, and a new yorker lives in a big place of chaos but wants to be just be in his apartment and be left alone with the people he loves and that's what new yorkers are like, they live in the most social place in the world but wants to be left alone. >> does that ring true for you? >> yeah, me, my house and my kids and everybody can just shut up, please. >> kevin, how about snowball. this is a psychotic bunny. >> i think that's the beauty of me playing snowball. it comes off real cute and
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opposite. he's a militant bunny that is starting a revolution against people because all these pets are flushed. louie flushed a lot of pets in his time. >> it relaxes me. >> i don't want him to lose any fans over this. >> oh, that's a shame. "pets" is the first animated movie for kevin and louie, who are usually making films and selling out arenas for their comedy acts. >> louie, i have to ask you because your fans would want me to, are we looking at another season of louie? >> i don't know. i am not going to force it. i don't want to make a bad season of "louie," so some day if i sit down and manage to write a whole other season, i will make it. >> this is why i have taken it upon myself to write the next se
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going to change it to cutie. >> louie has a very clever way of talking about his life, man. you know, his story. when he performed, i know him, i know he is divorced, and i know his relationship with his kids and i know what he likes and doesn't like. >> old ladies are on the way out, and they are like a guy that just got fired and he is leaving the office with his box for the last time, and they just say whatever. >> can you only applaud or respect somebody that has the ability to take subjects never thought to make them funny, and makes them funny. >> can't i talk about him. here is what kevin does. he's a great storyteller. >> you have more than one kid and you wake up angry. >> he puts it all out there and he just is very generous to his audience, and he is just funny. he is the only person i made the
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this. i don't want to go and see a comedian. last thing i want to do. but i had to go and see him. >> i understand what he is saying. >> it goes back to max, don't really want to leave your apartment. >> great casting, yeah. >> and it opens on july 8th. that was just a small snippet, and these two icons, stand up comedy praising each other and breaking down each other's acts and we will put it online or something, and it was a treat to sit and listen to. >> a reminder -- you want to see your funny pet videos, go to today.com/pets. anything at your home? >> no, chews frisbees and that's about it, over and over. i have bought 45 frisbees in the last year. >> my dogs have stare down contests.
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contests every night. >> pet identity theft. that's weird. willie, thank you. just ahead, rio upset surprises as the swim trials get under way.
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>> announcer: this is a news4 today news break. good morning. it's 8:26 on this monday june 27th. i am aaron gilchrist. let's get a look at traffic with jack taylor. jack? >> northbound and southbound, trying to get on the freeway westbound, accident activity here on 7th street is gone. and then leaving frederick out towards hagerstown you will find westbound lanes blocked. back to you.
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righted now we have sunshine
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and a chance of a storm south and far west of the metro area, and then lower humidity moves in after that, aaron. >> get the latest news and weather anytime with the nbc washington app.
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♪ 8:30. it's a monday morning, 27th of june, 2016. we said it before and we'll say it again. a really big enthusiastic crowd out on our plaza this morning. >> wow. >> summer break, baby. >> you provided a perfect day. warm temperatures and cool breeze. >> yes, we do. coming up, the big name facing off in the pool. this week at the usa olympic swim trials. a major stunner on opening night. we'll take you there live. plus, with one week to go, martha stewart is here with some festive diy ideas to help you celebrate
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and making a classic mexican dish. the healthier way with help from our expert. >> a lot to get to. a check of the weather from mr. roker. >> let's show you let's get a check of the weather with mr. roker. >> more wet weather for our friends in west virginia and part of a front that will bring wet weather from new york into the gulf. wet weather, monsoon annual moisture in the southwest, and warm and sunny in the pacific north west, and plenty of sunshine through southern florida. that's what is going on around the country, and here's what is happening around your neck of the woods. >> increasingly humid as we reach the mid to low 80s and then a small chance in the metro area, and a greater chance south of the metro area late this afternoon, and then a greater chance area wide tomorrow
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afternoon and highs near 90 and humid, and then thursday and friday, highs near in the high 80s. storms off and on on saturday, and on sunday. time you need it. weather channel on cable. weather.com online. guys? thank you so much. now to today's olympic start with rio just over a month away, the u.s. olympic swim trials kicked off in onmaha last night. >> features some of the sport's biggest names vying for a spot on team usa. miguel almaguer is there. miguel, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. there are more than 1,700 athletes vying for a possible 52 spots on the u.s. olympic swim team in what could be the golden age of >> reporter: miguel almaguer. >> at a 48-year-old record now belongs to phelps. >> the sports biggest names. >> yes!
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are in the pool this week. >> lochte who will win an olympic gold. today the road to rio goes through omaha. for michael phelps, the most decorated athlete in history, this will be his fifth and likely final olympics, the new father qualifying for his last competition in front of a home crowd. >> i think here, kind of having, you know, essentially the last races ever on american soil are here. so that's kind of crazy to think about. >> the dual in the pool will put rivals head to head again, a. >> that one hurt a little. as you get older it doesn't get easier.
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i tried to do the best i can, just didn't work out. >> this week missy franklin is expected to make a splash. franklin struggled with injuries and was primed for a comeback. >> you are giving your all every single day for every practice and every stroke that when you need to be ready you will be ready. >> franklin is squaring ought with law decky. when she was just 15 she stunned the world, winning gold in the 800 meter free style and since then law decky has set world records. but there's no such thing as a sure thing. >> you don't go, except for the real thing. >> that's what makes the trials so special, the unknown. many would have thought ryan lochte would have been a sure
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superstars will be in the pool and the big question, matt, will be there any surprises? back to you. >> always are, miguel. you can catch all of the action from omaha tonight right here on nbc, 7:00 p.m. up next, how to have your chips and eat them, too. how to lighten up your favorite mexican food classics, but first this is "today" on nbc.
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the greek flavors of our mediterranean collection.ve your choice of delicious chicken or hearty steak. with crumbled feta and cool, creamy tzatziki sauce. try our mediterranean collection today. subway. fresh is what we do.
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back at 8:37 with more today nutritionist, joy bauer, here to save you calories on your favorite mexican dishes. let's look at one of her ideas. >> my kids are crazy for mexican food, so i'm always looking for creative ways to makeover their
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today, chicken enchiladas on the menu, and our slow cooker version slashes the dish in half. make the chicken filling and add into the slow cooker, salsa, garlic powder, taco seasoning, onion, chicken, mix, cover and set on high for four hours or low for eight hours. shred chicken. make the enchiladas. preheat oven, and coat bottom of pan with sauce and place tortilla on pan and add chicken and repeat, repeat, repeat. and when they are set top with aeu enchilada sauce and reduced fat cheese. heat until cheese is melted.
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you just saved 285 calories. >> my favorite food in the world, mexican food. can i dig in? >> yeah, dig in and see what you think. i love my slow cooker. you chuck everything in the morning and come home and it's done. you love it? >> delicious. >> two of them, 315 calories and the recipe is on the website, today.com. >> i will carry it with me. >> when you are in a restaurant you don't have the opportunity to make it yourself, and you sit down and you are hit with the chips, a handful, about 12 chips, and some case yo, this is going to cost you 500 calories, and that's the equivalent of eating 23 chocolate kisses. >> and that's the appetizer. >> you have not gotten to the main meal yet. have the
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them with salsa, and it's 280 calories. cocktails. you have a frozen margarita, which is so delicious. it will be 500 calories. that's the equivalent of drinking three cans of cola and a shot of liquor. >> really? >> each one of these glasses represent a can of cola, and there is so much syrupy sugary liquid and alcohol. you can have a beer for 220. >> fish tacos. >> if you order them and they are fried, you will get for an entree and usually a creamy sauce, 2,151 calories, the
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of fried tater tots. instead, order the grilled fish tacos and it's just 800 calories. >> did you forego the sauce as well? >> yeah, go light on the sauce and pileup vegetables. >> lime for flavor. >> yeah, delishes. go from fried to grilled. >> and then we have the kheuply chong tkpwau. kheuply chong tkpwau. 2,000 calories, the equivalent of seven slices of pizza. >> i could eat this entire -- >> you and everybody else. >> it's heaven. >> i know. >> instead, go for the chicken tpau heat kwrauz, and you use two corn tortillas and drive the calories from 2,000 down to 550. >> do we skip sour cream? >> if you need a little bit, you can have
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you can get more ideas and recipes on today.com. by the way, tomorrow, jenna plays volleyball with champion walsh jennings. first, this is "today" on nbc. bravo, joy. good. bravo, j.oy
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welcome back, everybody. fourth of july one week away. if you're throwing a big party, martha stewart it here with good morning. you love the fourth of july. >> i do. it's a patriotic wonderful holiday and we should all celebrate it in as lively a way as possible and i like to make something new. >> these are typical folding stools we jazzed up. we are
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projects. >> you can do it. take a bouncer -- what color do you want? >> i will go red. >> pounce right on top of the stencil. once you have completedly covered, let it dry. then you pull off -- look what happens, and this is a wonderful craft paint that is washable and et cetera, et cetera. >> this is great. you take what is a blank canvas, so to speak, and create your own design. >> those are seats and can be table runners. >> can i mention these stools, these folding stools are inexpensive. >> they are, and cute. another thing, people love to embellish flower arrangements and drinks, and you
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you take ribbon and you put some -- >> why do i need the saran wrap. >> you paint the ribbon both sides and then cover with the plastic and i will show you how to manipulate it. >> a lot of glue? >> completely soak it. >> okay. >> both sides. then turn it over. >> what is the purpose here? just making it -- >> you don't buy ribbon that is that stiff to start with. >> then you flip this over and get -- did you get it on your hands? >> that's all right. >> you use pencils -- >> that's how you get the waving affect? >> yeah. look how cute. >> how do you attach those to the toothpick type of thing.
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around -- it's a toothpick or skewer or straw. >> what a great idea. >> let's take some of these over here. >> your favorite hot glue gun. >> love that, and you know that. >> put those in the flower arrangement. >> you are a better flower decorater than i am. >> choose colors. >> tell me about what you prepared here. >> again, simple and good. these are nonalcoholic drinks that are delicious. this is a pineapple cucumber sprints and a hibiscus ginger sprints and a spicy grapefruit spritz. >> if we wanted to we could add a little fun to the spritz, couldn't we, to get alcohol in there? >> of course, goes well, and you can spike this great fruit with a little bit of
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you can use tequila, the big drink right now, tequila. the nice table runner can you make. >> thank you so much and happy fourth of july. >> thank you, and watch the fireworks. >> we will. up next, we are taking the pain out of swimsuit shopping with the season's biggest friends.
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swimsuit season is upon us and so how do you find the one that fits your style and will make you confident. style expert and editor has done the leg work, the tummy work, the thigh work, everything we need. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> i read an article that says two hardest things for a woman to buy, swimsuit and jeans. >> that is absolutely the case. we did hard work for you. great news about swimwear this season is that the trends are all inclusive, which i love. that means that they work for so many different body types. swimsuits were getting small for a long time and now getting bigger so they have more coverage so you can feel confident when you're at the pool or at the beach. confidence is most important thing to pulling off any swimsuit. >> nothing harder than walking from the chair to the water
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let's start in with our first two models. jessica and naomi. >> this is what we're calling the little black swimsuit. so this is the workhorse of your swimsuit. super flattering, classic fit. gr >> great detail. let's start with jess, and she is wearing a one piece by kenneth coal. it has a beautiful neckline so she feels sexy and confident. now let's talk about lay ohmy. she is doing a two piece, and you want to look for interesting details like multistraps, and the high waisted bottom, and taylor swift loves the high waisted bottom. anho
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while elephant design and has rose' all day. >> thank you both. fantastic. fantastic. up next, we have the shoulder trend. probab probably, and it's a ruffle kind of detail. it helps to balance your proportion. >> if you are more pear shaped, it will help create balance. on alley we have this one from o'neal, we have a high waisted bottom with the multistraps on the side and these are both so pretty and feminine, and with the one piece you could wear a high waisted short with that
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>> i have the one piece she has on and i put it on with jeans and you have a whole outfit. it's like a bodysuit. i have worn it both ways. >> you still have coverage, which is really nice. >> thank you both so much. up next, the pulitzer look. we have anna marie and jordan. >> this is the breakout sill await for the season. it happens to be one of the most flattering cuts, and i know hoda loves a hall tur top like this. it's $35, available at boo-hoo.com. it has a little cutout detail and the back is open as well. conservative but still really sexy from the back. >> which is conservative? >> the one piece. but with edge. a little
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>> i like the edge, and it's appropriate, and you are at the beach, you still want to look cool and hip, but the two piece, i have to work my confidence up. >> what is great about this swimsuit, can you customize this. i think they are both rockin'. >> both look amazing. thank you, ladies. and the last look, we have kelly anne. >> and making a big comeback. both women look killer. i call this a worry free swimsuit, you know where everything is going to stay and nothing is going to come out, and you can get in the water, and i love this, and this one on the right available at nordstrom's, the one piece, and
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fun, and this is from @letta. both women are ready for a day at the beach. >> having way too much fun. that's how you rock a swimsuit. thank you, ladies. and we will have the models come back out and you guys look amazing. for more on these swim suits, go to today.com/style. we are back after your local news. after your local news.
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>> announcer: this is a news4 today news break. >> 8:56 is your time on this monday, june 27th, 2016. good morning. i am eun yang. >> let's check on your traffic with jack taylor. >> a big accident before main avenue and everything cleared to the shoulder and
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remain, and you see red lines all over the place trying to get on the bridge westbound. and then up near route 100, all accident activities cleared so your delays should ease if you are going towards the airport. we will take a quick break and check with the forecast when we come back.
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sunshine, a little more humid, and a live view from the prince georges camera, and a small chance of an isolated storm in the metro area and greater chance south, and a greater chance area wide tomorrow with temperatures in the 90s and still humid. get the latest news and weather anytime on the nbc washington app. we will see you in 25 minutes.
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it's "today's take." submissions are rolling in. americans showing off the patriotic pride and the logical next step in snacking. all that and more coming up next. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, al roker, natalie morales, and willie geist and tamron hall. >> welcome to today. it's monday morning, june 27th, 2016. beautiful day here in new york city inside studio 1a. >> once in
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flies. >> that's nice. >> nice choice. >> a psy law phone. >> we are altogether. it's been a long time. >> yeah, we have been scattered to the wind on all different assignments and different things. >> we're upstairs right next to the kitchen and it smells so good in there. >> it's seafood, khau pinot. >> look at that, they duck down! >> can you go back to sal. sal, you had your eyebrows groomed on national television. >> who is under the table? >> is there anybody else -- >> is it a puppet show down there?
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they all hit the floor. >> low, low, low -- >> they did an entire musical. >> he had his eye brows groomed, and tina kept going, and alley was fine. >> can you go like when you walk down the stairs. >> here we go, there is sal. there you go. >> wow. >> any other requests, guys? >> can you do a phaoeupl act. >> wow! >> oh, my goodness. >> this has been a great rehearsal, and when we do it live. >> are we on tv? >> yes, we are. >> snap chat, it just lives for a te
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for the bet awards. >> speaking of b, major moments last night that is the buzz this morning, beyonce, or queen -- >> b. >> yes. >> she surprised the audience, opening up the show with the song of the summer "freedom." take a look. ♪ ♪ >> i love that. >> amazing. >> five awards, including video of the year, and there was also
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to prince scattered throughout the evening, including jennifer hudson with "purple rain." ♪ purple rain ♪ ♪ purple rain ♪ purple rain ♪ purple rain ♪ purple rain ♪ purple rain ♪ only want to see you ♪ >> wow. >> the roots were the backup for most of the performances. >> amazing. >> and jennifer hudson wore the white, and sheila e, prince's long time friend, former
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girlfriend, here's a tribute as well. here is sheila e. ♪ ♪ without love, it ain't much ♪ ♪ >> is that what prince would call funk. that's what he with a call that. and jesse williams was named humanitarian of the year, and a lot of people don't realize jesse was a teacher in philadelphia before going on to acting and he gave a speech that people across the board commented in celebrating his work, and here's what he said. >> we're done watching and waiting while this invention called whiteness uses and abuses us burying black people out of sight and out of mind while extracting our
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demeaning, and our creations and stealing them and then trying us on like costumes before discarding our bodies like raoeupbdz of strange fruit. the thing is, though, the thing is, that just because we are magic doesn't mean we are not real. >> you should follow him on social media. he's always a very engaged person. again, his connection to the community, he travelled a journey a lot of people haven't, from teacher to actor. big night. >> a lot of music there, and of course music is a big motivator. and oddly enough, spot tpaoeu did a survey. they said 60% of us suffer from monday blues, and music is just as motivating as coffee on a monday morning. >> i buy that. >> definitely. >> choose it over food, working out and sex. >> slow down.
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>> just a minute, buddy. >> over food, working out and sex. you are a great app, but -- okay, love spot atpaoeu. >> it's a song where you need to get going, it's my eminem. my kids love the clean version. >> what about yours? >> by nicki minaj. like a dungeon dragon. >> yeah. it's nicki minaj at her best and i feel like i can walk on the tony robbins coals without getting burns. >> careful on
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>> what is yours? >> i went for the ironic choice, in a pinch, karate kid. >> this gets you going? >> it's from the "karate kid." >> this is what motivates him? >> not really. >> it's like "eye of the tiger." >> this was supposed to be in rocky iii, and they chose "eye of the tiger." >> nobody in here goes along -- >> what is that song? >> i went old school. >> al, yours is a good one. ♪ ♪ >> you just want to get up and dance on the ceiling. >> ♪ ♪, what a feeling ♪ >> suddenly, do we not want
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any. >> i have something new. we like these foods smashed up most of the time, and not so sure about this. this is the new offering from burger king and it's called mac and cheetos, and it's inside a deep fried cheat yo shell. >> in fairness, mine is cold. >> have one of mine. >> thanks. >> $2.49. the senior in high school, tamron, i would have eaten these every day of my life. >> this is tasty. >> it taste like fried cheese. >> you don't like it? >> i don't love it. i like
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>> burger king has many fine items. >> give me a whopper any day. >> go back to your earlier self. you are with your friends, you wouldn't eat this? >> no. >> chase this with a mountain dew. >> a slider -- this is not where i live. this is not where i live, no. >> that's a good thing. >> that doesn't quit. >> i think it's tasty. >> no. >> anyway. >> wow. >> let's see what we have going on as far as your weather is concerned. out west, unfortunately, more hot weather and especially that you are skin fire. dry and hot all week, and local gusty winds.
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go out where they lost 25 lives at least in west virginia due to one in 1,000 year flooding. flash flood watches in effect, and heavy rain will continue and will push through, and normally one to two inches of rain would not be a problem, but because so much has fallen they could pick up three inches of rain, so there could be more flash flooding exacerbating the problems. that's what is going on around the country, and here's what is happening in your neck of the woods. >> want to get your exercise in, and now is the time to do it over the next several hours and by midafternoon it will be uncomfortably warm and humid, mid-80s. and far south and west of the metro area, you might encounter a thunderstorm around 4:00 to 5:00, and then a greater chance area wide in the e
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90. lower humidity for wednesday, thursday and friday and into the first part of the fourth of july weekend, maybe storms late saturday into sunday. >> that's your latest weather. >>. >> take that. take that. >> is it motivating? >> can you break a piece of wood with your hand now? up next, he's recognized around the world for his role as kate winslet's fiance on "titanic" and now billy zane is >> like the look.
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>> i like mining understanding. they got, you know, all the jokes and the best wardrobe and usually a smokin' hot accomplice. >> now we understand why you made this selection. >> now you are talking. we were just talking about the show and has an "eyes wide shut" description. >> it's a murder mystery at its heart and a legal procedural which delivers a surprise every episode. we reveal who killed molly ryan at the end of ten episodes and there are bombs dropping every week so you don't want to miss one, and it lifts a veneer and goes down a worm hole or rabbit
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the way "twin peeks" did. you love the characters. >> let's go back to the character from "titanic." how often do people come up to you and say -- >> he was a little misunderstood. >> wrong guy. >> i would not drown 2,000 people. i got off the boat. >> do people think you are that guy? >> every day. >> do people think you are that evil? >> sure. where is the diamond? you are a terrible thought. i don't know what she was thinking. >> do you think she should have stayed with you? >> do i? sure. no --
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redemption by the end and i wish he had found her on the car paeuta and was able to right his wrongs. >> there you go. all right. billy, thank you. >> not buying it. >> would you believe -- >> good try. >> we don't have the time for the game, guilty, not guilty. >> gavin spent all weekend making these. >> we are guilty of watching. >> that's tonight. up next, more than 1,000 have sent videos and photos showing off your red, white and blue pride, and we will show some as we count down to the fourth of july after these messages. we all have in common. we talked to our doctors about treatment with xarelto®. xarelto® is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto® is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by
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guess what, guys? we've had more than 1,000 submissions to our red, white and you contest. we ask you to share photos, videos of patriotic pride for the chance to win tickets to nbc's annual macy's fourth of july spectacular here in new york. willie and i are hosting it this year. here are some of the entries. this is from jeff from michigan took this photo last july. look at that. how cute. and this one from jenny mason and her son, ethan. time celebrating the fourth last year. they are from manhattan beach, california. and julie sent a photo of her two kids jack and grace looking cute in boulder, colorado.
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and then shannon, an army vet, thank you for your service from ro roseburg oregon. youngest 25 attendee and oldest was 95 years old. that's adorable. keep your pictures coming. you have until tonight to enter and we'll announce the winner later this week. just ahead, willie and ryan scott cooking up northern california favorites great for your fourth of july bash. look at them broman ♪ amazing sleep stays with you all day and all night. sleep number beds with sleepiq technology give you the knowledge to adjust for the best sleep ever. don't miss the lowest prices of the season going on now, with our best-buy rated
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>> announcer: this is a news4 today news break. >> good morning. it's 9:26 on this monday june 27th, and i am aaron gilchrist. this morning the justices could send the former virginia governor to jail or order a new trial. in 2014 mcdonald was convicted on nearly a dozen corruption counts. we'll send a breaking news alert to the nbc washington app when the ruling comes down. we are working to look what started the fire, and the fire did more than $75,000 in damage. a check on your forecast coming up next.
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good morning. the sun is out and humidity is up and later today temperatures will climb in the mid-80s by late afternoon and there's a good chance of storms but mainly in virginia and well away
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wide there's a good chance of storms drying out after that, aaron. >> you can get the latest news and weather anytime on the nbc washington app. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. breyers natural vanilla. milk and fresh cream and only sustainably farmed vanilla. breyers has fresh cream, sugar and milk. breyers. the good vanilla. our milk and cream come from cows not treated with artificial growth hormones. this is so good!
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taking a look at headlines, all eyes on wall street after friday's more than 600-point drop in the dow. this morning prices were down again when the market opened. the british vote to leave the european union sent shock the u.s. said it will work closely with british and other world leaders to make sure of stability. americans are eating healthier. the percentage of u.s. adults with poor diets fell from 56% to 46% between 1999 and 2012. servings of whole grains nearly doubled in that time period and whole fruits are up while so duh and frozen food sales have fallen. if you are driving this upcoming holiday weekend, youan
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lots of company on the roads. aaa say 43 million americans will be traveling for the fourth of july and gas prices are lower than in ten years. aaa says it could be a record-breaking year for summertime travel. and bankrate.com out with the latest places to retire. arlington, virginia, at the top of the list. rounding out the top five are franklin, tennessee, and west des moines, iowa, and sarasota, florida, and scottsdale, arizona. "finding dory" took in more than $73 million, holding on to the top spot for the second weekend in a row, and "independence day:resurgence" came in second.
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weather. >> get one-stop shopping for everything for your rv at the camping world super center. >> wet weather making its way from new york state all the way down the gulf coast and then monsoonal moisture, showers in the upper midwest and mid-atlantic states into the southeast, wet weather in the southwest and more rain making its way to the great lakes. it stays hot out west, and the early part of the week into the midweek and even in the latter part of the week, below normal temperatures through the plains and then we get above normal temperatures starting to warm up in the northeast into the gulf coast and stays cool, great lakes into the southwest. that's what is going around the country and here's what is happening in your neck of the woods. >> more humid on this monday morning and loft sunshine and then the clouds build during the afternoon, showers and storms across northern virginia and
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virginia, and then tomorrow a greater chance area wide of storms in the afternoon, and still humid, up near 90. lower humidity for a few days, and high 80s for wednesday, thursday and friday, and into the beginning of the fourth of july weekend might have storms late in the day on saturday and perhaps in the day on sunday. this week on today food, we are visiting northern california. our buddy, ryan scott, the chef of market and ryan in san francisco. people have been salacity. khau pinot, you need tpepbl, and jalapeno, and a little per know, alcohol, my friend. oil,
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cummin, tomato paste, tomatoes and the rest of the kitchen store that's in here and we have clam juice, fish stock and any seafood you like. i went with shelled seafood. >> throw in stuff you love. >> throw in the stuff you love. >> you're cooking. onions and fennel. saute. look at chili flakes in here. spice it up. jalapenos. saute that for a hot second. once that gets a little bit of flavor, what do you think? are you quiet for a reason? >> so good. >> once this gets going, willie, this is a trick i learned back in the day. take the tomato paste. add it in there. cook until it's rich and deep. you get a really intense flavor. >> just work it in there. kind of like a nice deep massage. you can smell it going. and then you add your white wine. don't drink this at 9:00 a.m. then
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we add tomatoes. okay. now that's been cooking. okay. come over here now. that's been cooking. now you'll add clam juice and fish stock. if you can't find fish stock, it's fine to use clam juice in a can. nice brand that you like. now once that's been simmering -- tamron you're quiet for a reason? >> i'm eating. >> let that simmer for five or six minutes. get all of the love on the side, dude. >> that's another segment. >> that's another segment. >> wasn't that in "karate kid." >> al roker. all right. >> now i add my clams and mussels. you let it cov i add my
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muscles. muscles. khrr you don't want to have those fingers when you try to clean a crab. add the shrimp in there. >> get it all in here. >> budget for the week for food segments are done right here. you better enjoy this. >> how long does this take overall? >> from start to finish, we start here saute bring it down here 20 to 35 minutes. >> there seems like there's more to it. >> depends how much you drink when do you it. that's about five minutes until crab is cooked through. here's the thing. i'm san francisco. san francisco sourdough. garlic in there. you won't kiss everyone when you eat this. >> it's worth it. >> everyone else is eating it. >> thanks, brother. good to see you. for this recipe, head to
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today.com/food. the avett brothers going out on tour. they stop here first. that's next.
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triple cheddar stuffed sliders. sold! gramny nominees avett brothers are out with their ninth album "true sadness." >> one of the most anticipated albums of the year. we can't wait for you to hear them but first a look at their rise to fame. ♪ it's all right if you finally stop caring ♪ >> brothers have been p
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in 2000 they started the band avett brothers. the band has a unique american root sound tieing in inspiration from bluegrass, they say you got to lose a couple fights to win. >> over the past 16 years they have upheld a busy schedule. ♪ there was a dream ♪ ♪ >> performing over 3,000 shows and releasing over nine albums that hit number one on the u.s. folk list. they go on tour this summer, and sing songs about life, love, and lessons learned. ♪ >> let's welcome brothers scott and scott and eavet and crawford. you guys are so busy on
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and we appreciate it. >> we appreciate it. >> you seem to be everywhere right now. >> yeah, and i was watching that thinking who are those guys? they are busy. the most important thing is we try to be here, wherever we are, at any moment. >> what is your inspiration? your sound, it's kind of like been permeating throughout the rest of popular phamusic, and fs are coming to where you guys are? >> it has happened and i think there's a lot of things that calls that shift in popular music, and for us it was an instant love of pop music as children and being surrounded by who we were in the country, and taking all of that growing with it and expanding upon it and relating to it and reacting to it and it made us what we are now, and as far as the bigger scope, i am not sure. >> i don't k
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seems there's an ebb and flow with popular music. it's like politics. people have a certain thing that when they get sick of that type of thing they want something different next. and there's a dance sort of era and then a rock and roll era, and then if you go for nearly 20 years you are bound to catch some of the good times somewhere, and that's been our take on it, and we just keep going and it will rez anate somewhere. >> definitely resonates. >> there's a lot to draw from. going back and if you look at other times when folk music or americana music has b
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popular, there was lots to draw from. we grew up watching disney movies and we listened to bob dylan, and deaf leopard and many different things to draw from. we draw from all of them. >> don't want to miss their single "ain't no man," and they will perform it right after this.
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>> announcer: the citi concert series is brought to you by citi. >> here are the avett brothers performing "ain't no man" off their new album "true sadness." ♪ there ain't no man
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me ♪ ♪ there ain't no man can enslave any ♪ ♪ ain't no man or men that can change the shape my soul is in ♪ ♪ there ain't nobody here who can cause me pape or raise my fear cause i got only love to share ♪ ♪ if you're looking for truth i'm proof you'll find it there ♪ ♪ you got to serve something ain't that right ♪ ♪ i know it gets dark but there's always a light ♪ ♪ you don't have to buy in to get into the club ♪ ♪ trade your worries ♪ you got to show up if you want to be seen ♪ ♪ if it matters to you ma, it matters to me ♪ ♪ i'm going to fall hard ♪ yeah i know i am ♪ when the crowds crack up ♪ i laugh with them ♪ there ain't no man can save me ♪ ♪ there ain't no man can enslave me ♪ ♪ ain't no man
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change the shape my soul is in ♪ ♪ there ain't nobody here who can cause me pain or raise my fear ♪ ♪ cause i got only love to share ♪ ♪ if you're looking for truth i'm proof you'll find it there note ♪ you say you look funny i say you're a star ♪ ♪ i say you're wafr you think you are ♪ ♪ watch the naysayers fall right in line ♪ ♪ if we believe that shale say she is so pretty he is so fine ♪ ♪ there ain't no man can save me ♪ there ain't no man can enslave me ♪ ♪ there ain't no man or men that can change the shape my soul is in ♪ ♪ there ain't nobody here who can cause me pain or raise my fear ♪ ♪ cause i got only love to share ♪ ♪ if you're looking for truth i'm proof you'll find it
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♪ you got to go somewhere ain't that true ♪ ♪ not a wheel lot of time for me or you ♪ ♪ got a whole lot of reasons to be mad let's not pick one ♪ ♪ i live in a room at the top of the stairs ♪ ♪ i got my windows wide open and nobody cares ♪ ♪ and i got no choice but to get up when the song through ♪ ♪ there ain't no man can save me ♪ ♪ there ain't no man can enslave me ♪ ♪ there ain't no man or men that can change the shape my soul is in ♪ ♪ there ain't nobody here who can cause me pain or raise my fear ♪ ♪ cause i got only love to share ♪ ♪ if you're looking for truth i'm proof you'll find it there ♪ ♪ if you're looking for truth i'm proof you'll find it there ♪ ♪ if you're looking for truth
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♪ [ applause ] >> the avett brothers "ain't no man" off their new album. that was terrific. we're back in a moment but first this is "today" on nbc.
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>> what you got going we have so much going on. >> a couple women that lost 241 pounds combined. >> what? >> yeah. >> you guys didn't cover
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trends. >> you are so trendy. >> these are my favorite things. >> yeah. beautiful. >> thank you. >> thank you, everybody. >> this has been fun. >> you guys have a nice weekend? >> yeah. >> another seven seconds of fame interest, please. >> i went kayaking. >> you went kayaking?
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9:57 is your time now on june 27th. we are expecting breaking news from the supreme court and they are set to rule in the bob mcdonnell case. he was convicted on nearly a dozen federal corruption counts in
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loans from a businessman. time to check our forecast with tom kierein. >> more humidity moving in on this monday and afternoon highs climbing in the 80s and a chance of a passion thunderstorm especially in virginia and east and west virginia and a small chance in the metro area but a greater chance area wide of storms tomorrow afternoon and evening, and less humid on wednesday, thursday and friday, and as we get into the first part of the fourth of the july weekend, might get storms, perhaps late on saturday evening and off and on on sunday. we are looking for a breaking news alert on the nbc washington app.
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. oh, it's fun day monday. hope you had a beautiful weekend and it's a beautiful day in new york, and that's boom box by laura ma ron yo. it's national sun glass day, and that's why we have them on. now we can take them off because we have done our job. once again, if you didn't know what to wear, we will show you how to pull off some of the

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