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good morning. p the end is near. four days to go and "time"'s cover captures the mood of the nation. nearly 8 in 10 americans say the campaign has left them a cyber attack on election day and what security officials are doing to protect the vote. in las vegas, a popular hotel forced to close after its power line was damaged. thousands of guests evacuated. >> repeated advances, launching
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saying about them. party of the century. millions of cubs fans expected to fill the streets of chicago celebraing their historic world series win. will man, long tormented for adding to the team's curse, be there? he's speaking out for the first time in years today, november 4, 2016. >> this is "today" with matt from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everybody. welcome to "today," a tale of two. in chicago, they're waiting to blow off steam and will do that today. what about those waiting for the election. >> four more days. 8 in 10 americans describe
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2016 campaign. sorry, that where we have to stop. >> and the candidates, trump in new hampshire, pennsylvania and ohio, clinton in pennsylvania and ohio as well as michigan, battleground states all. >> a new nbc news wall street maris poll shows trump ahead in key states. texas and arizona ahead by just a point in georgia. >> in the meantime, clinton's top aide, huma abedin headlined an event, the first time she has appeared since e-mail were found on her estranged husband's laptop. >> let us begin with peter alexander in hershey, pennsylvania. good morning to you. >> matt and savannah, good morning to you. while new polls show donald
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advantages, the clinton campaign are trying to shore up support intratraditionally democratic states. new this morning, a top aide tells me donald trump will hit 10 states over the next three days from nevada to new hampshire. >> how many of you have already voted? dueling rallies in north carolina, could help decide this tightening race. >> i have so many incredible friends here tonight. >> reporter: trump's stage with medal of honor recipients praiing their service. they're so much more brave than i am, i wouldn't have done what they did, i'm brave in other ways, financially brave. >> and clinton getting a boost from bernie sanders. >> i have to say, too, this election has been a lot more fun now that we're on the same side. >> reporter: still, the blistering attacks on both sides
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clinton and trump accuing each other unfit to serve. >> completely out of his depths and whose ideas are incredibly dangerous. >> she has no right to be running, you know that. >> reporter: trump slamming clinton for newly discovered e-mail on an aide's computer. >> if she were to win it would create an unprecedented constitutional crisis. >> reporter: clinton arguing trump is emboldening views. >> he re-tweets whited supremacists and -- >> and donald trump's son saying duke deserves a quote bullet in the head. if i said exactly what you said, i'd get killed for it, but i think i'll say it anyway. the guy does deserve a bullet. these aren't good people, these are horrible people. >> reporter: and president obama.
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and riled up about a "saturday night live" skit is not somebody you want to trust with nuclear weapons. >> reporter: trump, unimpressed. >> from the campaigner in chief, obama. this guy does nothing but campaign. >> in the philadelphia suburbs, melania trump making her solo debut, vowing as first lady to fight cyberbullying. >> our culture has gotten too mean nd to children and teenagers. >> reporter: but clinton is trying to capitalize on trump's history of insults. >> i'd look her right in that fat -- i like people who weren't captured, okay? i don't know what i said, i don't remember. >> reporter: the nasiness reaching a crescendo heading into the campaign's final weekend.
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long-time aide stepped out publicly for the first time since the fbi announced the investigation into her e-mail at a charity event in washington, d.c. >> reporter: hi, huma, how are you? >> good. >> reporter: just to highlight the tightness of this race in the final days, the clinton campaign now announced president obama and first lady michelle obama will join bill and hillary
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give him all of those, nebraska, and new hampshire, so he has to flip a rust belt state. this is the easiest path for him. maybe wisconsin, that would put him over and a pennsylvania would put him over. what happens if she pulls off north carolina, a lot of people think, you see here, even with pennsylvania short we have to flip something else, two of these, wisconsin or maybe a colorado, which we've seen. it has to figure out how to break through the big blue wall, wisconsin, michigan, pennsylvania, there are no hints he can overtake her. he's making it close in all three places. >> that rust belt strategy. >> that's where we're at. >> come join our conversation. >> nicole, he says he has to slip a blue state. if you were scheduling him in the last couple of days, where's
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or tied to get him to a vote of 270. it's a hail mary strategy, you spread the time. a good thing he said he doesn't need a lot of sleep and he's in all of them. >> what about hillary's strategy in the next couple of days, i know it's basically get out the vote but hope for a wikileaks free weekend. >> they dec negative, every ad, trying to remind everybody about every negative thing trump has said, especially to african-american audiences, hispanic audiences. yesterday, she brought examples of people and introduce her to say donald trump essentially discriminated against me in front of an african-american audience, an african-american woman and an hispanic audience, she brought machado.
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negative. i think she ought to do something like, i know a lot of you have trust issues with me but -- i don't think they will do that. >> we gave you home work and asked you what you thought each candidate would do if you were hired -- >> highly unlikely. >> if you were working for donald trump today what is your best piece of advice for the campaign? >> his mentality when he goes to the big rallies is entertain them and give them the show he believes they for. but he needs to focus on his speech. the best chance to win. >> and some voters out there that want to know that he actually feels a little bit of remorse for some of the harsh things he said. sort of answer these ads. she's closing this way, maybe actually .
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i'm sorry. >> a lot of people are saying, only four days to go. what happens after that. let's look at these numbers that gives a strong hint at this. twice, 8 in 10 americans say the campaign has left them disgusted or repulsed. when it comes to donald trump supporters, only 6 in 10 say they will accept the results of the election if he loses and only 40% say they think their votes will be accurately counted. where does that leave us in the year to come? all politics are very personal. i'm in a family divided with trump supporters and clinton supporters. the healing will begin in every community and households. i have never seen numbers that 70% of people think the election will be rigged. that means a lot of democrats think by some foreign power and republicans who think by state and local election.
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the election is tabulated. >> you didn't do your hillary home work. >> give me your two points. >> hillary has to make sure that what obama pioneered and perfected turns out for her and that's what obama is trying to activate. she has to get through another weekend without an fbi weekend. >> i smell a two minute ad. she has trust issues. she's not going to fix them with an ad but look the american people in the eye and say, i get it, i know you have issues with me but i promise x. do something. she's not done anything to actually respond to those concerns. >> long few days ahead of us, guys. >> thank you very much.
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election but u.s. officials are taking an unprecedented step to prevent the possibility of more on election day itself. senior legal and investigative correspondent,cynthia mcfadden. >> reporter: the government has its eyes on potential threats to election day security. according to multiple sources, the u.s. has launched an unprecedented effort to protect attacks aimed at sewing confusion as americans head to the polls. an attack on infrastructure including the u.s. power grid is one of the three worst cenarios of concerns and one saying your vote is safe, you just might not have any lights. and a large scale denial of service. in other words, part of the
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communications and transportation in swing states. intelligence sources and a senior obama national security official say they believe a more likely scenario would involve hackers from russia or somewhere else using social media for an 11 hour document dump of false information implicaing one of the candidates with no time for fact checking. while they have nothing specific for an election day attack they consider the internet disruption a possible dry run or inspiration or another attack. for "today," cynthia mcfadden, nbc news. >> sources tell nbc news the u.s. has communicated to russia how seriously any cyber attack would be viewed.
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colleges, harvard university has suspended the men's soccer team the rest of the season because of sexual comments about members of the women's team. they found an explicit scouting report on the women's team that included lewd remarks about the players. harvard's president called it appalling and the first place men's team will skip the ncaa tournament. a disturbing discovery in south carolina, a woman mis alive, chained inside a storage container. this morning, there's an urgent search under way for more potential victims. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the search of the massive property is set to resume this morning as the suspect is scheduled to face a job at a detention center later today. this terrifying mystery only now
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she is free, friends and family calling it a miracle, missing since august along with her boyfriend, authorities said they found brown chained up in a padlocked storage container. >> it was pretty emotional, to say the least, especially she was chained like a dog. she had a chain at her neck. >> reporter: at a 100 acre property, the container is roughly the size of a according to police. brown told investigators about four bodies she believes are buied on the property triggering a massive search. >> we're trying to make sure we don't have a serial killer on our hands. it very possibly could be what we have. >> reporter: authorities found ammunition, and a car that belongs to brown's boyfriend, so far no bodies.
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authorities believe they may have been acquainted. >> i don't think this is a random act. >> reporter: brown and her boyfriend had dinner at her apartment and friends received texts from her and after two days they stopped coming and after several weeks, there were posts on her facebook page suggesteding the couple was find and authorities think they were fake and this morning the discovery still sinking in. >> to know s tell her how much i love her. >> reporter: the sheriff says the suspect will be arraigned and charged with possibly other charges. >> at the las vegas hotel and casino, was evacuated after the main line was accidentally
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kept them from kicking it in. 3,000 guests were sent to neighboring hotels until they were allowed back in their rooms this morning. >> look who's back from his epic travels. did you have a good time? >> unbelievable. to see history was really an honor. the party still contining in chicago today. perfect weather for the cubs' in school today, downtown kicking off wrigley field at 10:00 a.m. some clouds, high of 59. spectacular. just part of a building heat dome that will continue to stretch from the southwest with temperatures in the 80s and st. louis in the 60s and atlanta in the 70s well. look at the beginning of next week.
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we will get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. good morning. i'm storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell. skies clearing out early this morning, the wind starting to increase as well. temperature mostly in 40s and 50s. with an increasing northwest wind it will stay breezy and chilly all day today.
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afternoon. northwest winds, 15-30 miles an hour. and chilly for high school football and dry all weekend. >> surprsurprisingly, chicago s kids were already off today and it worked out. >> nice weather, too, it will be a great one. >> this was in the cards, written, meant to be. >> in the stars. >> how do you friends in cleveland feel about that? >> i don't think i have any just ahead, fox news anchor, megyn kelly opening up about her accusations against her former boss, roger ailes and this morning, the stunning accusations and how he is responding. and the chicago cubs world series victory parade, 108 years in the making.
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(flash bulb popping) (whooshing) 7:26 is your time now on this friday, november 4th, 2016. good morning to you. i'm eun yang. >> i'm aaron gilchrist. melissa mollet is here with the hampshire avenue. a brand new crash and a major mess northbound on i-95 at dale city, and the marble truck lost its footing on the roadway, we have a 1 1/2 mile back up. this morning outdoor loop at new hampshire avenue. one lane blocked. today the last day to vote early in d.c., virginia doesn't
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person until tomorrow. and in west virginia, early voting until tomorrow and maryland early voing ended last night. the man who shot two d.c. administrators is in court. the 23-year-old is in court with intent to kill. prosecutors say he shot the man and woman as they sat in a car early this year. the car was and they believe his brother was shot in 2007. >> a check on your forecast
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good morning, everybody. back into the 40s and 50s this morning. the 80s are officially in the rear view mirror. not much of a warm-up at all. lucky to get back up to 62 or 61 degrees this afternoon and
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thank you, another local news update in about 25 minutes. >> for now, back to the "today" show after this short break. have a great day. after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig. you can do anything. i moved on her like a [bleep] ...trump's just so disgusting and degrading. it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. and now republican congresswoman comstock is trying to run away from trump?
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for the content of this advertising. a. it's 7:30, friday morning, the 4th of november, 2016. at rockefeller plaza, a chilly morning, we're all ready to head to the weekend. >> we'll get outside in a meanwhile, inside studio 1a, a look at headlines. officials said the driver of a school bus in a deadly crash with a commuter bus should not have been behind the wheel. his commercial license suspended 2002 months ago, five people killed in that crash and luckily no children on the school bus at the time of the accident. with just four days to go,
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hillary clinton was joined by bernie sanders and pop star, farrell williams. >> and trump's wife, milania, made a rare -- melania made a rare campaign appearance in pennsylvania. >> we have to find a better way to talk and discuss with each other. >> trump said if she becomes first lady she'll become an advocate for women and children and work to fight i bullying. >> "time" magazine tapping into voter frustration shows trump and clinton with a simple message "the end is near." that's capable of multiple interpretations, i thke point. meanwhile, the end of the curse is here for chicago. that city is throwing a massive parade to honor the cubs' historic world series championship. it begins where else? iconic wrigley field.
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>> reporter: good morning to you. the famed marquee has displayed just one message since the cubs won, world series champs and now the parade is about to cut loose. a day to let it soak in, a lifetime to treasure. the chicago cubs and their allege of unwavering fans producing a cacophony of joyful noise. ?? after a century of improbability finally became reality. >> i'm crying just because it's the cubs' world series. we won, since 1908. >> reporter: world series champions at last. >> i'm so happy because they didn't win in 108 years. >> it's surreal, so special. >> reporter: president obama, a proud white sox fan, phoned cubs
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congratulations. all across chicago, pride for the cubs. on buildings, on t-shirts, on the lions at the art institute, a celebration for the ages one many weren't able to see for themselves so relatives brought the party to them. >> everybody is in a great mood and everybody is walking around giddy. >> reporter: the hometown heroes returned to chicago hours after picking up weary but still stout to show off the goods. ben zobrist, who knocked in the go-ahead run in game seven signed autographs outside his home for fans. >> you're amazing, man. >> he was thanking the fans for the season. i thought it was really cool. >> it will be a parade 108 years have waited for. >> reporter: a chance for a grateful group who's never give
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>> top day in my life. my wedding, 30th birthday, bar mitzvah and cubs winning the world series. >> here, there and everywhere. everywhere. >> the chicago river is getting all spruced up for the big party as well. it will be dyed cubbie blue. and grant park for the huge rally. matt and savannah, back to you. >> ron, thaou meanwhile, there's another angle to this win and celebration. let's go to carson in the orange room with that. >> that other angle here. to the city of chicago, they're celebrating, a lot of people wondering whether or not they will see infamous cubs fan, steve bartman come back. and in 2003 he interfered with a foul ball and many claimed him for contribuing to --
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drought. you see him in the stands. he has not granted an interview since that infamous game years ago. and asked if we could expect bartman to show up at the chicago parade, he said the one thing steve and i did talk about was if the cubs were to win he did not want to be a distraction to the cubs' players or organization. regardless whether he resurfaces, cubs fans coming to support. steve bartman, it's over, man, come out of the shadows, the cubs are world champs. you can imagine, it's been more like an eternity for steve bartman. >> when did that happen? >> 13 years ago. >> that's a long thyme. >> the statute of limitations is over. let him out. >> sounds like a good guy. thanks, carson. >> we have interesting video to
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phoenix. a little haboob action making its way in. storms fiing up, all that dust becoming a bit of a hazard. we could see more of that again today, torrential downpours, big problem, stretching from texas to the southwest. upper level low developing. as it does, showers and thunderstorms, some areas picking up, up to 3 gulies where you see flooding and mountain snows as well. 1-3 inches you can especially see flash flooding. the rest of the country, while the heavy rain continues in the southwest. gorgeous day in the mid-section of the country. that's what's going on around the u.s., here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning. i'm chuck bell.
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jefferson memorial under a partly cloudy sky now but they will get clearer and clearer with time. northwest winds blow them out of there and back to sunshine early this morning. temperatures in the upper 50s and won't be a big rise, in the upper 50s and lee 60s, that's it. no more 80s, everybody, back to november. >> need what's going on. now, let's take a look what's happening on sua the oakland california is hosting the bronco raiders, looking at raiders. >> california? >> i'm okay. >> you had a long two days. >> it's been a long two days. i'm fired up for this game, partly cloudy in the coliseum, partly cloudy and mild, 66 degrees on the best night of the week, sunday night, "football night in america". watch. >> california versus denver,
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more" is out in two weeks but first by radar online and confirmed by the news, she said he offered sexual favors on multiple occasions and be in a cat and mouse game with me veering on obviously inappropriate sexually charged comments for example about the very sexy bras i must have how he'd like to see me in them and legitimate professional advice. according to experts, aisle tried to kiss her several times. when kelly said she refused his advances, he asked me an ominous question, when is your contract up, and then for the third time he tried to kiss me. dave sherman said kelly told investigators hired by fox that she was sexually harassed by aisle. >> she rushed another chapter after compleing the manuscript
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>> reporter: since july, aisle has denied he harassed kelly, echoed thursday and an interview praiing ailes last year. >> i really care about roger. he's been nothing but good to me. >> reporter: ailes left last july a week after gretchen carlson filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against him and he denied and a few months later he agreed to pay a $20 million settlement. >> the lawsuit broke the dam of silence that existed in fox news. >> reporter: kelly said she was approached several times and said no way i would lie to protect him. >> it comes after high profile confrontations between kelly and trump and his campaign over trump's treatment of women. >> you called women you don't
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this is a "news4 today" newsbreak. >> 7:56 your time now. i'm eun yang. we will get right to your traffic with melissa mollet. what's going on. >> good morning. 95 northbound on dale city, all lanes just reopened. still pretty slow through the area. that marble truck that lost its load in the middle of the roadway. at 202, broke center lane slowing things on the inner and outer loop. just before georgetown, still a problem at i-270 with a bit of a delay. we'll check your forecast when we come back.
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king together, democrats and republicans, we can do these things. that's why we must defeat those who want to turn americans against one another. i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message, because united, our best days are still ahead. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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good morning, everybody. a lot of great fall color in downtown washington. skies partly cloudy. that sunshine is making a big-time comeback. temperatures in the 40s and 50s, won't rise much. we're in the 50snd as well. >> thank you. another local news update for you in 25 minutes back for you after the "today" show after this short break. have a great day. co mstock anp promote deportation and reject any comprehensive immigration reform. both oppose background checks that keep guns from suspected terrorists. and comstock-trump were prepared to shut down the government just for politics. time for luann bennett:
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do your job. i'm luann bennett and i approve this message. it is 8:00 on "today." comingup it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, the end is near, donald trump and hillary clinton revv up their campaigns coing across the finish line. no right. >> we would have a commander in chief completely out of his depth and ideas are dangerous. >> as polls tighten, what are the key states to win for each candidate? plus, signed, sealed, delivered. >> my "today" original good old-fashioned journals and note cards and to back to dives civility people took out a piece
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you. >> and our own project with an eye towards helping others in the future. caffeine confession, why you may not need to wash out your coffee mug ever again. november fourth, 2016. >> from minneapolis to the big apple, we're here for show from minneapolis. >> good morning, florida. >> good morning, nashville! >> all the way from a baltimore celebraing my 57th birthday. >> we're now retired? >> this girl! woo!
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november, 2016. we have some kind of school holiday? >> we have a big crowd out here today. >> it is crazy out here. it's loud. not only is it loud, it's magical out here. if you're wondering why are the screams out here, it's not us. we will get a sneak peek at the highly anticipated new from "the mind of j.k. rowling" and those crowds are waving wands. knee i have to get a wand. >> magic tricks. >> check in with them in a second. first, a look at your new "today." >> i'm period sxaerd on the campaign trail ahead of donald trump's rally in hershey, pennsylvania. trump, according to our latest
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as he begins to chip away at hillary clinton's battle growngced, he's -- battle grounds, hitting 10 separate states in three days, and his cloing argument is calling hillary clinton corrupt and she is simply unfit to serv be running, you know that. no right. if she were to win, it would create an unprecedented constitutional crisis that would cripple the operations of our government. >> this morning, a top trump aide tells me, highlighting the fact hillary clinton is campaign ing today and election eve, that democrats are nervous they might
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my colleague, kristen welker with the campaign three hours away in pittsburgh. kristen. >> reporter: peter, good morning. with polls getting tighter, hillary clinton's strategy solidifying support in some stats where she already has a lead. she will talk here about the economy and energiing women voters and african-american well in early voting. some asking whether she's worried about losing that state, her campaign denying that saying it is merely an attempt to solidify that important state where she suffered an upset with bernie sanders in the primary. she appeared last night with bernie sanders and superstar, farrell and sharpened her attacks against trump.
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bothering them, they have headaches, i think that's an important signal because this is a big decision. >> reporter: new polls do show warning signs for both candidates, in wisconsin, clinton has a six point lead and 4 to 5 point lease in pennsylvania an very narrow in north carolina and florida and donald trump up one point in the and she ends her day in the battleground state, ohio and joined by superstar, jay z. >> note our election day coverage begins here next tuesday morning and special primetime coverage starting at 7:00 p.m. eastern time, 4 o'clock pacific and tune in for all results, reaction and analysis. telling you about a major
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and a detroit comeback that will help nice kids in the process. first, these messages. which is such a dad thing to do. after he gave his name the woman from capital one said "mr. garner, are you related to jennifer?" kind of joking with him. and my dad was so proud to tell her, "as a matter of fact, she is my middle daughter". so now dad has the venture card, he's earning his double miles, and he made a friend at the company. y it? go ahead! what's in your wallet? nice job dad. my sweethearts gone sayonara. this scarf all thats left to remem... what! she washed this like a month ago the long lasting scent of gain flings for all you friendsgiving hosts, invite who you want, not who you must.
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okay. 8:11. 8:11. maria is back for more. >> aren't you happy about that? >> think about what you think about this one? i think it will alleviate guilt for a lot of people. i worked at an office for cup. apparently, it is okay if you don't wash your coffee cup everyday. an infectious disease expert told "the journal," just rinse it out. one, it can't be a cup you share with other people. al is like glaing at me. also, if you use cream and sugar, you probably shouldn't because if that's left in the
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>> or a critter. >> you don't rinse it with anything, water? >> how hard is it to walk to the bathroom and rinse it with water and put it back on your desk. >> i worked at an office -- >> how hard is it to rinse it with water. you like this story? >> i don't use cream so it's okay i'm a big coffee drinker and my daughter very germaphobic will say, coffee cup. >> maria, i knew i loved you. >> let's go around the table on this one. what makes you most angst vows? >> dirty coffee cups. >> my children. >> sickness for your kids. >> what an idea. >> we've known each other for a long time. a lot of people worry about
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illness can actually give you an illness. researchers finding those obsessive thoughts are linked to a 73% higher risk of heart disease. you have to start thinking about good things, not about getting sick every other day. >> have you ever done something like this, you want something so badly, you say a prayer to god, if you give me this i will go to church and won't cuss anymore. imagine how hard cubs and victory. now, a church in illinois, okay, cubs fans, time to hold up your end of the bargain. on facebook, fyi, if you made any promises during the bottom of the fourth, services start at -- >> great. >> in a few days, this country will mark a very important milestone, a day that means a
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i circled it on my calendar for months. not the election, the birthday of maria shriver. >> oh! >> her birthday coming up. >> oh my god. does it have my name on it? >> it does. >> oh, my god! >> that's why you had the picture out before, matt. >> oh, m >> happy birthday. cheers. >> >> this cake smells so good. do you want to take a sniff of this? >> i'm really touched. >> happy birthday. >> how about in honor of maria's birthday. i will save the bubbly after i learned. let's start with michael
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times" about his career an skills he didn't inherit from his famous father, saying he can't sing or dance like michael but loves producing. he said i can never be separated from my father. he set that big of an example and i don't really have a problem with that. saying michael once offered him career advice, trust no one. next, the hollywood legend prepaing to call it quits, quentin tarantino, at a conference this week, he said he plans to stop making feature films at the number 10. he just released number 8 and then he will drop the mike, boom, tell everybody, match that, bleep. finally, ryan reynolds and what he said that got him into a little bit of trouble with his wife, blake lively, in september welcomed their second child.
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couple and hadn't released the details that is until this week when ryan said on national testifies that it indeed is a baby girl. how did he make it up? with cookies, he got in huge trouble and toasted her with milk and ice and her favorite cookies. happy birthday! >> love maria. >> houthis weather, al? >> a busy weekend ahead watching wet weather with more heavy rain from texas to the southwest we may see some of flooding and watch that as well. afternoon highs, nice and toasty. 70s and 80s through the southwest and gulf coast, temperatures in most of the country above normal.
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mid-50s by the end of the race. beautiful. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. bright sunshine starting to make a come back, looking down south past the potomac river. northwest winds means planes will be going upwind and if you want a view of the city, sit on the right hand side of the plane. pick your seat carefully. often highs only in the upper a chilly start tomorrow morning and cooler weather over the weekend. >> and that's your latest weather. guys. >> al, thank you, now to a new installment in "today's" original where we work with companies to create new products and raise money for good causes. and al made the new roker burger and i got to design one.
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but as you know, live in an analog world. i like to write dates in a calendar and handwritten thank you notes. and i teamed up to create my "today's" original. >> my "today's" original, good old-fashioned journals and note cards taking us back to a time of civility when a pen and sent a thank you. i partnered with shinola on comeback stories. it was driven by the auto industry but detroit fell on hard times and now seeing a resurgence. >> this was an area that looked to be dying at one point in time and now we're breathing. >> reporter: it includes students like these at the detroit edison economy who are a key part of the next generation
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products will go to this charter school for some of the children are even homeless. they are the driing force behind creaing my "today" original. >> part of this is personal to you. >> i'd love to remind people about the joy of holding onto something that doesn't ring or beep or send you a tone. >> we have optionsfr journals. >> i love that. my calendar, now, i have one week on double page. i like on lined, too, my closet, you just came up with my closet. live that color palette. >> three nights later my "today" original was in the works in downtown detroit. >> thank you for your hard work, i appreciate it. >> reporter: first stop, the
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stitched. >> we have one of the first off the line. each product will be stamped with the number 20, to signify 20 years at "today." >> that is so nice of you. >> we thought maybe you want to take a stab at embossing the first one? >> is it difficult? i don't want to mess up the first one. you have a guide there so you know it's already there. can i do it? hands out. >> nice. >> i really love >> we'll be going to watches next, we'll suit up because it's a clean room. >> so i am now prepared for the clean room. >> we are. >> complete with the logo on the back. >> looking sharp. >> i just want you to know al and savannah are already making fun of us. >> this prevents even the slightest bit of dust that interferes with motion making. >> it's what makes the watch
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>> yan ba gab do. >> what does yabba-dabba-do! mean? >> good time! >> yabba-dabba-do! how are you? break time. >> nice to see you guys. they go off and have a brontasaurus burger and that's it? >> detroit had been beaten up pretty badly and i know you wanted to be part of rebuilding of detroit. >> we came here and saw the future and wanted tove impact. jobs was something we wanted to create first and foremost in a city that needed it. >> reporter: they're known for craftsmanship, passports, date holders and thank you notes finally come together. hello. how are you? should i be blindfolded? >> no. >> welcome to the workroom. >> wow. >> this is the setup you would find in the stores.
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>> comes in the navy and grey. >> i always kept an actual physical calendar. why don't you write a note and i will thank people for help in this cause. >> that's something we can include in all the products. >> let's never forget the personal touch. thank you for helping. >> from me to you. every time you buy a product the money will go towards scholarships at the detroit edison public school academy >> these kids are the seed from which detroit will grow again. >> hi. what a pleasure to see you all! [ applause ] ? thank you and have a great day! >> very nice! >> we are so grateful for your visit today. we heard about you and you don't necessarily go with the texting and instagramming. you like handwritten notes. so everyone in here wrote a
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taking time from your busy schedule. thank you for being allege to give the profits from your products to our scholarship fund. it proves you are selfless and truly care about our community. >> i'm one of these believers if you still write somebody a note -- when's the last time anybody went to the mailbox and found a letter addressed to you? isn't it a special feeling? i can't tell you how much this means to me, i'm so thrilled to be here >> bye-bye! >> awe. >> that was beautiful. >> i loved that school. i'll tell you about that in a second. my shinola, datebook, watches, et cetera are available now and goes to scholarships at the kids for detroit edison public school economy. you can find out how to buy them
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i will go over there after the show and meet some people and we have something for each of you. a journal. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. >> i guess that's for me. >> i love your color palette. you actually match it now. >> you don't see me in any color but these. >> great would be perfect timing for christmas for people to help with school. >> i hope people get away back to writing things down. >> and can we talk about how adorable the kids were. they're adorable. you know what else was adorable. your hair net, worried about your hair getting all over everything, so cute. >> thanks. by the way, if you use these products and want to see how you're doing, post your photos using the #lawyernotes.
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rawlings and where to find the cast. and charlie our dog, after
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good morning. it's 8:26 now. let's check in with melissa mollet. >> still on the beltway a little bit of slowdown on the outer delays on the inner and outer loop this morning and 66 and 95 recovered. we had that problem at dale city and 270 looking nice and light from the clarksburg area to the spur. >> thank you, a forecast on your
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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good morning, everybody. our warm spell of temperatures in the 70s and 80s is over. a gusty wind outside. have your wind breaker ready to go and chilly in the mornings over the coming weekend.
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in the upper 50s and low 60s the rest of the afternoon and chilly 40 tonight. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to
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them." vo: just one. >> good morning. hi, how are you? good morning. >> 8:30, friday, november 4, 2016. what an adorable crowd we have happy to have them. my goodness. look at this. i'm sorry, i'm just talking with my new best friend. coming up, we have a new group adding to the excitement this morning, talking about the fantastic cast and a lot of people looking forward to seeing
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the cast here for a sneak peek. >> matt! >> happy birthday! how are you? >> maria is back. >> i said i will do it this you do it to me every time. >> let's make sure we tell people what you mean by that. >> that's the enthusiasm i like. >> love that. >> we watch the raiders take on the broncos matchup that sunday night. we've got you covered for the big game. we have a little food health
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>> i'm sorry. there's so much joy going on. happy birthday, sweetie pie. let's get the weather. >> it's a busy busy weekend, heavy rain in the pacific northwest and southwest and unseasonably warm in the plains, in the eastern seaboard, sunday sunday in the mississippi river valley, more rain in the mid plains, and as we look ahead, election day, looks good in the mid-atlantic states. as we head to the south, temperatures and weather a little on the wet side in the mid-mississippi valley as we move outwest and no problems and a few showers after. >> temperatures continuing to trend downward courtesy of a northwest wind which will be increasing during the day.
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today than yesterday afternoon. temperatures will struggle to get near 60 degrees. dry over the weekend, plenty of sunshine around, highs in the 60s and 50s in the mountains. don't forget to set your clocks back on saturday night. >> all righty. >> we are on, thank you very much. all ri well under way, you can see throughout november we're growing out our beards, also our mustaches to raise awareness to men's health. pretty astonishing. every 6 out off 10 men have not talked about prostate cancer and getting screeners with their doctors and only 60% go to their
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preventively. we will track your progress throughout the month and share your pictures and raise awareness for this important cause using that #noshavetoday. >> thank you so much. harry potter fans certainly have reason to smile. the cast of the new movie, fantastic beasts and where to find them. this is set 70 years before harry's time at hogwarts, another visitor did i say that right? >> newt -- >> it leads to a race to track them down and along the way find interesting friends. >> i really don't have a preference. strudel, huh, honey?
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?? >> and here are the movie stars, oscar winner eddie redmayne. good morning to all of you. i need that trick for my kitchen, i really do. >> appetite. show of hands of being a harry potter fans before this project. i heard you auditioned for a role 1,000 years ago. >> when i was at college i auditioned to play tom riddle. i don't think the real casting director was there, the seventh assistant was there and i think i said one line and gently asked to leave the room.
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rolling and all of us harry potter aficionados will recognize the title in the original harry potter movies, one of the books the kids studied but no platt and that kind of opens it up, don't you think? >> it was exciting to get to read the script because nobody knew anything about it except a few actors and designers and the crew. it was really exciting to be the >> did any feel any amount of intimidation that the hopes and creams of harry potter fans are resting on your collective shoulders? >> no. >> we all felt that when we were making it. the people behind this film made all the potter films and joe in some ways, we all felt they made us feel so secure while we were making it. only since we started promoing
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pressure feeling? >> now, i'm freaking you out. >> how about for you? you are the american muggle. you don't have wizarding you powers. how do you fit into this group? >> man, you ever seen "midsummer night's dream?" >> yes. >> the bottom character like a regular dude. >> yeah. >> he gets to go into the magical forest and falls in love with along the way, gets to play with the faiies and play with the wizards. by the end, he thinks, maybe this is where i'm supposed to be. >> your chats, newt scamander or how do we say in america? >> he has been traveling around
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these extraordinary creatures and a lot live in his case, that has a mary poppins feel. he's in new york and in some ways like it's a catalyst for a bigger story back into the potter world of good versus evil, an epic scale to it he triggers. >> it is. epic in temps of the effects and the sweep of all of this. come here and talk about, i had to train for this and i did these stunts. as i understand it, at least for the three of you, you had to do some wand work. can we talk about wanding? is it really this tough? >> we got wand elbow. >> who got wand elbow? >> i did. >> is it from clicking it? >> i think doing the same action over and over.
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it makes it feel like you're giing it all, committing. >> did you practice with the wand? >> i basically walked around the house because my wand work would never give me wand elbow. >> it is very musical, not practical. >> and colin, yeah! >> he's one of the bad guys. >> oh. >> sorry. i hope i didn't -- my g away. we better wrap this segment. i should say congratulations to you. i know you and your wife have a new little one. how is she? >> she's doing incredibly well. heaven. we're very lucky. >> so happy to all of you. great to see all of you. i hope there will be more sequels. >> good luck. >> thank you so much. you can catch them and where to
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back now at back now at 8:42, with more of our brainpower series and the question, what makes men act the way they do. no shriver, a special look inside the male brain. >> no jokes. >> good morning. the truth is men and women's brains are far more alike than different, that's true, far more alike. there are a few differences that may have a big effect on men's behavior. >> this is about work. >> no, this isn't about work, this is about us getting closer and you getting so freaked out.
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>> i think men are a lot more calm, quiet, reserved. >> i feel like men are not very organized in general compared to women, don't like to plan ahead. >> those small differences between the male and femaim brain can have the two sexes acting quite differently. >> reporter: in her book, this doctor goes inside the male brain to help explain some technical male behavior. >> the male brain reads emotions very quickly down very quickly behind the mask sku linty. >> i don't think emotional was the word i used growing up. >> michael is part of the mankind project, national support group for men. studies showed male brains are often wired to be emotional fixers in a relationship. >> it's very much the male wanting to fix it when he's feeling uncomfortable
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conflicts in relationships because she feels not heard by him and thinks he's just running over her. >> some things can't be fixed. one of the things i learned in this work, why don't we sit with that. >> sit without not being able to fix. >> sit with what ever it is, whatever the feelings are and comes up. >> during pregnancy a lot coms up for men as well, call it the daddy doing brain. >> his testoste down and the other levels start to go up. by the time the baby is born he's also being primed to be a parent. >> too often, she says, men gets pushed out of quality time with their newborns. >> when my daughter was born, i could feel my want to really connect with her. i was feeling angry with my partner because i feel i wasn't given the space to spend time. >> the message to new moms,
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children who get more attention from their fathers in their first five years of life actually have better reading scores in school. >> as men enter their golden years, hormones in their brain fluctuate just like women's. >> they ended upping of a little more oxyto sis, the cuddle hormone and lots of older men say they enjoy cuddling more. >> with my grandson, i'm able, i think, to be him than my own children. >> reporter: drops in their testosterone also leave older men vulnerable to mood swings. our survey found nearly half of men feel more depressed than they admit to people. the mankind project helps men learn how to share their feelings. >> i never really learned until i joined this group of men, that
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armor go and in doing that could somehow become more of a man myself. >> i was reading the script earlier going check check. i identify with all of that. >> so many women don't understand that because men don't communicate that. i'm hopeful that piece or understanding that men's brains are a lot like ours but they're are also differences and that will foster communication and action. >> and my cuddle hormones e >> right now? you want to cuddle me? >> maybe we will cuddle. thank you. by the way, you want to thank those men you interviewed. >> i was going to say it but you cut right in. you interrupted me, anyway, the mankind project, you can find a lot more about it on today.com. >> my cuddle hormones just crash. maria, thank you. up next, flank steak, fries
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for sunday night's big game.
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we're we're back. 8:49 with football food. getting set for denver broncos and oakland raiders and author of "the dude diet." >> thank you for having me. >> this is traditional dude snack food and you're making it healthy. >> exactly. it is a healthy lifestyle for people who want to feel better without giing the awesome food they love. >> have you noticed i've been poking into the kitchen because i love flank steak. >> we have flank steak, avocados, hail been no, lime,
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steak, why do you love it? >> it's relatively cheap, a little leaner. you crash that whole steak -- >> you slice it nice and thin. >> really thin. >> tell me how you marinate it? >> you pour it into the bowl, olive oil and lime juice and cumin and a wedge and pour it right into a ziplock over your flank steak. if you're at home, we would zip that up to get as much air as possible. marinate that at room temperature. >> you don't put it in the fridge. >> you don't have to put it in the fridge, leave it out for 20 minutes and good to go. >> how do you get the husks off these things? >> have you seen a tomatillo before? >> not really. >> it is an a little bit sticky and you need to rinse these really really well.
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a mexican husk tomato, sort of hybrid tomato with citrus in it. >> we have tasters downstairs. >> i think it will come down to the raiders defense. >> okay. and we have tomatillos sliced, going under the broiler on each side and they're shrunken and that gives the processor. over here, you want to dunk this, cilantro, jalapeno, salt. >> how long do you pulse that? >> actually pretty quick. let it go until it's nice and smooth. >> comes out looking like that. >> nice and creamy from the avocado, high inanity oxidants. >> we have the flank steak
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>> you can do it in both. today is november so inside today. you put it on the grill and cooks for 4 or 5 minutes. >> how does this taste, guys? >> fries are terrific. >> uh-huh p. . >> slice it up nice and thin. >> bring it over here and serve it with the salsa, pop it in a taco, fries. >> oven-baked so they're healthier and you have homemade there kicked up with hot sauce. >> i see you're split there. denver tore oakland? >> denver. >> there you go. you just angered carson. >> but nobody cares. >> best steak i've had in a long time. great to see you.
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a look at what's coming up on sunday. >> good morning, guys. >> that was not enthusiastic.
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>> a wave. >> i'm like a ventriloquist. >> just a few more days to the election and we will break it down with chuck todd and nicolle wallace. and issues of race and justice in america. >> i'm thinking the work you do outside music, people could call you a modern day civil rights leader. would you be happy with that label right now? >> i definitely want to do the work. i don't know if i've earned i would like to be there. but i feel i got some ways to go. i'm going to do the work, i'm going to do it. >> so smart, so fun to talk to. had a lot to say about what's happening in the country right now. he has a new album called "black america again" and will be performing in the next hour. >> heard him rehearsing. >> i love the profiles you're doing. are you meeting all your heroes? >> yes.
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we have six or seven minute interviews what we all hope for. >> we will have colin coming up and harry connick jr. >> heartthrob. >> all right. >> heartthrob? coming up, news and weather. >> go, raiders! good morning, 8:56. friday november 4th. melissa mollet on traffic. >> two situations on the beltway, in ter loop at georgia and outer loop and blocking the
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this morning on this morning on "today's take," it had to be him, our pal, harry connick jr. hosting again. wait until you see the fabulous prizes you could win at home. the puzzle wizard could win you coming up right now. from nbc news, this is "today's take," live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" for a friday morning. it's november 4th, 2016. i'm al along with tamron, the one the only harry connick jr. it's so great because normally i'm not here and you're filling in for me. >> i've missed you. >> i missed you.
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this morning i had a nice feeling mine heart because i've known you for so many years, i said, al's here today. >> is that what you said? >> i did. >> yesterday, i was making dinner after i had gotten home and turned on channel 5 in new york and washed your show, just in time for back it up. >> when i see harry i instantly back it up. too people do that when >> people are doing videos. >> maybe we should explain this. >> or not. >> it's on your show. you have something kind of fun going on tonight. these tiny houses are all the rage. you teamed up with shark vacuum which is great because that doesn't suck? >> that's why i miss al so much. only al can get away with those jokes. >> he's not getting away with it
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night in a tiny house. >> i'm excited. i will be there all night long. i'm having a house party and my band will be there and spend the night in that house. >> what's the dimension? >> small. >> your tall, about six feet tall? >> 6'1". i haven't been in the house yet but doing a lot of training, going into boxes, >> why do you want to do it? >> i figure if david blaine can do it, i will one up him, sleeping in a tiny house. deal with it. >> can we drive by? >> yeah. >> the fun thing, it's on wheels. we should drive by in the middle of the night. >> and tow it. i will wake up in rutherford. guys -- >> where am i? that is so cool.
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i got seasick one time on my tour bus going across the north sea in the bottom of the ship. they put my tour bus in the bottom of the ship in a thunderstorm. i didn't wake up. everybody got on and i woke up in the belly of the thunderstorm. >> you could tow my tiny house and i wouldn't know. >> the band forgot >> that's crazy. >> i was rooting for the indians, worked there for five years, if anybody had to win the world series, so glad the cubs did it. we were in cleveland for the game seven, which was just insane. and then had to fly to chicago but we couldn't get into chicago because the weather was bad and we landed in milwaukee.
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minute drive. >> and then came home. it was unbelievable being out there hanging out. >> what was it like hanging with bill murray. it felt like everywhere you were he was there. >> bill was ahead of me one row. when you go to a game with bill murray, he's there with everybody, handing out m&ms. >> doing hair. >> it was cool. i for example i never had a bourbon called a fireball. you have? >> i don't drink but i know all about fireballs. apparently, it's very good. >> it's a cinnamon infused -- >> look at you drinking. >> then i had 108-year-old port at harry caray's. >> he's no hoda and kathie lee when it comes to drinking. >> no one is hoda and kathie lee when it comes to drinking.
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>> i don't drink. >> what got into you? >> you got into the spirit. when you're tired, i'll do anything, a port, great, rubbing alcohol. >> what would you do again of the port and fireball? >> i think the port. it was very smooth, very nice. >> you did a great job. >> got the parade coming up at 11:00 central, 10:00 a.m. eastern. we brought you guys something. >> you brought us something? >> we brought you to our friends at mlb. >> thank you. >> the world championship hats. >> great. and a t-shirt. love that. >> my goodness. >> thanks, al. was it like one of those events and major super bowls you think you will remember them forever. that one seems like -- >> because it was the game 7, listen, i'm 62. i don't ever remember any game 7
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iconic teams with this history of not winning. you had extra innings and a rain delay. >> and a comeback. >> we said as long as it doesn't go into extra innings, the game will be okay. it went into extra innings. >> thank you. i love this. do you have a hat clause? you didn't put yours on? >> i love hats, i want to keep it pristine. >> one of those guys. house. >> i was actually going to put it on ebay, why i didn't wear it. >> he's honest. you have this great thing on your show, you're on "today" 's take. it's harry's take. >> i'm so flattered people asked me to sing my songs. i thought it would be nice to sing songs i've never sung before and thousands of people
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'70s and '60s and '80s, '90s, one was sir mix-a-lot. i did it in a different way. >> i like big butts and i cannot lie ? ? you other brothers can't deny that when the girl walks in with an itty-bitty thing in your face, you get -- ? ? you notice that in the jeans
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? i'm hooked and i can not stop staring ? ? i like big butts ?? >> classic. >> yes. >> it's a classic. >> i think they should sing that at weddings. >> they don't write lyrics like that anymore. >> they write lyrics like that, just don empire state building? >> did you see my instagram? >> i did not. i missed it. sorry. >> yesterday, that's me at the empire state building. what's so awesome about it, no journalist has ever been allowed that far up. >> where were you? >> this is the highest, the dome where antenns are. only construction workers are allowed to go up this far.
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air it this week. >> were you terrified? >> when that ape came up. >> hen the dog came up. they let me to do it in this area where only construction workers do. they have 86 and i was essentially at 105 stories. tethered by a string. >> would you do that, al? >> yeah. i climbed up not the same height but up bridge and helped change the light bulb. >> how far was that? >> i think 30 stories and on that cable only 3 foot wide. >> we were up 105, 6 stories. i went out in the wild with bear grills a couple years ago. that was scary. >> you should climb up to the top of my tiny house and have a hot dog or something.
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tiny house. ear worms, when you get a song stuck in your head, yesterday, nikola shay was here from 98 degrees, "give me just one night". >> does that get stuck in your head? >> i could sing that all day on top of the empire state building. three parts of a song, upbeats, pitch pattern and big up and the things that make them stick in your head. for example, this song. ?? >> do you think it gets stuck in your head maybe because you hear it all the time? >> yeah. >> i think that's why it gets stuck in your head, because you hear that song.
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?? ?? >> you don't know this one? >> no. >> i know the next one. ? ra-ma-ra. >> what sticks in your head, al? >> go cubs go! necessary go." ?? ?? >> it's simple, repetitive and it just gets in there.
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>> and mariah carey's song is mine. >> that's such a famous song. >> and the boy's choir does a beautiful version. >> and i'm getting my tree this year, i did hot pink last year, purple the year before and lavender, is it too early? >> no. our stage manager, zack, is going -- >> fine. coming up, we have been point of etiquette the last few days. we have not been seeing eye-to-eye. >> because he's taller. >> more eye to hair. >> if you're going through a revoling door, does the man go first the other woman? the answer after this. it's "freebie friday." wait until you see what we have for you this friday. amazing. >> including you at home.
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i know there may be some emily post etiquette rule that contradicts my thoughts. here's the technique of it you never walk in front of a woman under any circumstances. if there's a revoling door and i'm with jill, i start the movement of the door and let jill go in first and i go after her. the only time i would ever go before her in a revoling door is if i'm going outside, it might be raining, you have to see what's going on. if we're going into a building together i'll get the motion started. it's an antequated theory to assume a woman doesn't have the strength to push the door open. >> you say you push it and i slide in. >> you don't have to slide. i make sure you have enough room. i control the motion. >> as it were. >> as it were! >> what do you say? >> i say we both go in together. >> yeah! >> we did a story a couple years ago on the "today" show.
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institute you knew, they said men traditionally enter a revoling door first if it wasn't moving but women went first if it was already in motion. this was old etiquette based on the notion women needed help to push through. >> it's antequated. the man needs to get it glowing. >> -- get it going. >> when you're walking with your wife out on the street. >> this is a good one. >> the street >> why are you on the street side? >> in the old days, there was stuff in the gutters and splashing. >> in the bed, do you sleep at the side of the bed closest to the door or put your wife closest to the door? >> this is a case my wife anything she wants. wherever she wants to sleep, she's cool. how about walking up the stairs, come down the steps i'm in front of you. >> i think guys should be in
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>> but if she slips, i catch her. >> you're such a gentleman. >> don't forget, daylight savings time, put your clock back. check your batteies and smoke detectors and elderly neighbors. that's what's going on around the country. >> sage advice from roker about checking the smoke detector batteries. ns clouds. our stretch of warm weather come to an end. a blustery afternoon today, temperatures in the 50s now. we might see a small rise but not much above 60 degrees. nice and chilly tonight and cool over the weekend, typical of november. >> that's the latest weather, time mixed up, 11:00 a.m. central, noon eastern for the
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warm up with pillsbury. it's "freebie friday." we're giing out bose quiet comfort wireless headphones and bose bluetooth speakers to three fans out on the plaza. >> let's see who wants them. i'm so excited. >> you sound excited. >> i am they can listen to some of your finest tunes. >> yes. >> we have two minutes, they're rushing me. >> this will be going outside before you. follow me. >> i have to go out first. >> go, honey go! >> look at him, he's such a gentleman. >> i have to let you go.
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>> one more! >> yes! >> what's your name? >> how are you? >> they're crazy out here, man. al, what's up? >> great news, for you folks at home, we have three more headphones and speak others to give out to our fans at facebook page at facebook dolt come/today'stake and we lo y to like us. at "today's take." go to today.com/"today's take" and like us. hey, while we continue, just ahead, if you obsessed over soling the clues over nbc's hit, "blind spot," we will go
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this is a "news4 today" newsbreak. >> good morning. i'm aaron gilchrist. in the news today, your last day to vote early in d.c. voing centers open in a few minutes, atu morning and close at 7:00 tonight. virginia does not allow early voing but you can cast an absentee ballot and in west virginia, early voing deadline is tomorrow. the man who shot two d.c. administrators will be in court today, charged with assault with intent to kill. prosecutors say he shot the man and woman earlier this year. the vehicle was stuck in the
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magic. "now you see me" was literally mind-blowing. a lot of people thought that was done with cgi and it wasn't. >> it started with the directors and writers and wonderful team and great collaborative effort to come up with that stuff. if you want to know how to rob a bank, we can talk after the show. >> "blindspot," the puzzles and tattoos, do you start with the answer and work your way come up with the long game. we did start at the beginning with the tattoos and puzzles embedded there and week to week we figured out what the crime of the week was wand work backwards, it's a puzzle to figure it out. you have a bunch to answer in the term of cross words. >> i will give you 10 clues, the
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the united states. i will put it on the screen. the first one. >> president garfield. >> i was so nervous -- >> now you got this. garfield only has eight letters. the next one, what movie is this? billy -- >> madison. >> so james madison. >> so hard to guess. >> we took it ou i feel so stupid. mary tyler moore. >> president tyler. >> wonderful. >> out of all the presidents -- president john tyler goes right there. >> next. oh. >> stewart plays mr. smith -- >> goes to washington. >> you notice he's a split second behind me? >> next!
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so hard. tom hanks plays a congressman, has a war. >> i forget the name of the movie. >> charlie -- >> charlie wilson! >> on it! on it! >> you inspired me. >> that one was so hard, sorry, i needed to put it in there. who's this friendly aardvark? >> arthur. >> arthur. >> yes! >> i get a point for that. >> this next one is so hard so my apologies. >> that's -- >> drill bit is the first part. president zachary -- >> taylor. >> taylor. >> zachary taylor. again another really hard one i needed. >> so glad i know how to play the piano. >> this one. >> zack adams. >> that one i got. >> this next one is my favorite one, it's lake in the title. we have the assassination of --
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>> jessie james. >> this is crazy. powers. >> robert -- >> four letters. >> ford! >> so hard. we will end strong right here with jim carrey. >> truman! >> yeah! >> oh, my god! >> it's about finishes. >> fantastic! so. all right. >> there was a i have to show you i constructed this puzzle so that the intersection here, these nine letters of significance and i will circle those. these nine letters spell t-o-d-a-y-s-h-o-w, that this is "today" show. >> thank you. >> drop the pen. >> that's not the only puzzle david has for us.
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good morning! >> good morning. >> we are making a plate we will turn into squash. >> you have great stuff, bacon, butternut squash and cheese and peppers. >> it's like what do i do with that that's unique and different. we have bacon, and butter and oil. we season as we go. this ends up coming it of the oven 15 to 20 minutes later, tender and not mushy. we will add in raisins for sweet, pa sashios for crunch, capers for saliness and a little bit of vinegar. playing off a nice sweet and sour.
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>> can you substitute something for the feta if you didn't want to use it like ricotta? >> a little ricotta would be great smeared. >> smeared. >> and fresh basil on top. it's a nice way to have butternut squash as a snack when your guests come over. >> spectacular, look at this. we will pair it with lovely butternut squash soup. >> what people have at spices,-t thyme, cloves and tiet up in a knot. that's a big timesaver or chop it up into quarter inch slices. i have chal lots. >> do you want to seed it? >> you want to seed it? we don't have time on the "today" show because i'm shaing
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shallots, butternut a squash, add in our chicken broth. this is important because it cooks down in 25 minutes and most importantly, clove and arnise is strong and go to your immersion blender. >> dairy-free. >> don't worry, tamron. >> she knows what she's doing, exactly what she's doing. of tamron. >> that's it. >> most importantly, garnish. >> time-out. i'll be back. >> honey! >> honey, come back! >> you can put some in little cups for hors d'oeuvres. >> this is good. >> it's so good.
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i believe america is already great. yes, we have our challenges. we must give every child a great education, build an economy that works for everyone, end tax breaks for companies that move our jobs overseas. by working together, democrats and republicans, we can do these things. that's why we must defeat those who want to turn americans against one another. and i approve this message, because united,
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this is a newsbreak. >> good morning, it's 9:57 on this friday, november 4th. i'm aaron gilchrist. in the news tomorrow, parents at prince george's county are invited to school safety and accountability on the school safety action plan happening tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. free breakfast and childcare are being provided. >> thanks, aaron. beautiful sunshine over
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the warm spell is over. temperatures held now mostly to the mid to upper 50s and we won't see much of a jump in temperature, to the 60 degree mark but just barely. we have cool mornings coming up to get your saturday morning started, layer up, the chill of november has returned. police are investigaing a hit-and-run accident in montgomery county. details on thator have a great day. after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig. you can do anything. i moved on her like a [bleep] ...trump's just so disgusting and degrading.
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and now republican congresswoman comstock is trying to run away from trump? i mean, come on. look, we just can't vote for comstock or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! ere was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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from nbc news, this is "today," with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. november 4th, 2016, jenna bush hager is in for kathie lee gifford on this friday. we're playing a little after the after party. >> after the after party, i'm sleeping. before the after party, i'm sleeping. >> funny man kevin james is here along with garcia. they will have you on the edge

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