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good morning. good morning. breaking overnight, new raids and arrests in the wake of that deadly terror attack in london. isis now claiming responsibility for the assault that killed seven people and injured dozens. president trump speaking out last night. >> this bloodshed must end. this bloodshed will end. as ariana grande returns to manchester two weeks after the bombing at her concert to lead an emotional star-studded tribute. nbc news exclusive, megyn kelly goes one on one with vladimir putin. the russian president denying russia meddled in our election but then claiming the u.s. does
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welcome to "today" on a monday morning. we have craig melvin in for mat and unfortunately we're starting again with terrorism. we want to get right to our breaking news, overnight raids tied to saturday's van and knife attack on london bridge and so nearby rs and restaurants. we are also seeing chilling new video from that night for the first time. let us start with bill neely. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah, new raids, new search this is morning and the continuing aftershocks from saturday night's slaughter. the police and security services are facing tough questions about whether they'd been monitoring the attackers in recent weeks and if they were why they didn't act sooner.
>> i'm trying to keep myself safe. >> reporter: dozens more running for their lives. >> i just saw the two guys getting shot. >> reporter: officers killing the attackers within minutes. british media report that one of them is this man, filmed in a british channel 4 documentary with an isis flag in a park last year in a confrontation with police. >> we do believe we know who they are, we've made a number of arrests. >> reporter: police are searching more homes and investigating a climb by isis that it was responsible. the carnage began before 10:00 saturday night. terrorists driving their van on to london bridge. at 10:08, police got the first call that the van mounted the side walk, ramming into pedestrians. when it stopped on the south side of the bridge, three men jumped out, they ran into crowded borough market, stabbing
people, some multiple times. they stabbed people at the black and blue restaurant. police fired 50 shots, killing all three attackers outside the wheatsheaf pub. the first victim is canadian chrissy archibald who worked with the homeless. her family grieving the loss of a beautiful daughter and sister. >> she had room in her heart for everyone. >> reporter: after the saturday slaughter, the monday-morning commute at london bridge. the security heavy, the anxiety real. well, britain's prime minister theresa may has confirmed that the identities of all three attackers are known. she's under pressure so, too, the police. remember, this is the third deadly attack in britain in three months. the fear now of more copy cat
analyst jeremy bash served as chief of staff at the department and the cia during the obama administration. good morning. >> good morning. >> as bill just mentioned, two weeks ago we had the manchester bombing. roughly two months ago the attacker in westminster bridge. what's happening? >> they don't appear to be connected be this is an evolution of the threat because previous ramming attacks where people use low-tech means, a car, a knife, they have been mostly done by one individual, a lone wolf. this attack was low tech, it was against a soft target but it was conducted by a team and that gives investigators something to look at. these peopleado communicate and plan and rent a vehicle. >> you mention it doesn't appear the manchester attack and this attack we saw over the weekend are connected but are they related in a sense? when you see a big spectacular attack such as the one
manchester, does that inspire others who may be speaking about it? who may be kind of considering an attack like this? does that encourage them to screw up their courage and go for it? >> we think there is a copy cat phenomenon but there is a larger issue here which is isis has used high-tech means to recruit, to incite, to encourage people to undertake these attacks. in the uk, about 900 individuals have traveled between the uk and syria and iraq, there are about 3,000 individuals who are under active surveillance. >> it would seem to a lot of folks that radicalization in the united kingdom or europe in general is more common than here. is that a fair assessment? if so, why is that the case? >> it is. in some of those countries they have not done as good a job integrating those elements into their society. so it's societal but also operational. the uk has to step up its game going deep into the command and control nodes against isis in syria. >> jeremy bash,
have your perspective. thank you. in his first speech since the london attack, president trump vowing to do whatever is necessary to keep the u.s. safe but his initial response on twitter is a source of controversy this morning. we'll talk about that and more with one of the president's topped a visors, kellyanne conway, in just a bit. but peter alexander is at the white house. peter, good morning to you. >> reporter: in those remarks last night, president trump calling for american resolve against a vile enemy. the president saying he has spoken to prime minister theresa may, expressing americans 'un waivering support, but it came after a series of tweets that critics are describing as misdirected and misinformed. president trump late sunday at a benefit event for fords theater delivering his first public comments after the terrorist attack in london. >> america sends our thoughts, our prayers and deepest sympathies to the victims of this evil slate
this bloodshed will end. >> reporter: the president facing backlash for his unfiltered response hours after the violence. early sunday tweeting "we must stop being politically correct and get down to the business of security for our people." then teeing off on london's mayor sadiq khan mid-crisis who encouraged his city to keep calm and carry on. >> londoners will see an increased police presence today and over the course of the next few days. no reason to be alarmed. >> reporter: president trump seizing on those words, mischaracterizing the mayors message mentioning the dead and wounded then adding "mayor of london says there's no reason to be alarmed." khan's spokesman firing back saying the mayor has more important things to do than respond to donald trump's ill-informed tweet. al gore weighing in as well. >> i don't think that a major terrorist attack like this is the time to be divisive and to criticize a mayor who's trying to organize his city's response to
>> reporter: the president's first tweet after the attack not sending his condolences but touting his controversial travel ban "we need the courts to give us back our rights. we need the travel ban as an extra level of safety." with the trump administrati appealing its case to the supreme court, democrats argue the ban is ineffective. >> there's no evidence to suggest that by banning muslims or banning muslims from a particular set of six countries that we would make ourselves in the united states safer. >> reporter: the president up early again today tweeting this morning undermining his aides' repeated insistence that this is not a travel ban. he wrote "people, the lawyers, the courts can call it whatever they want, i'm calling it what we need and what it is, a travel ban." the president urging the justice department to stick with the original ban as opposed to what he describes as that watered down politically correct version being considered by the supreme court. back to you, craig and savannah. >> peter alexander from the white house. peter, thank
counselor kellyanne conway. good to see you. >> thank you. >> let's start with the series of tweets. just a matter of case and judgment and accuracy, does the president owe the london mayor an apology for tweeting a political attack in the hours after this terrorist incident? and also misleadingly quoting him? was that a mistake? >> it wasn't a political attack savannah and as was buried in that report, that one-sided report, here's the other side, that the president stands firm with the people of the uk, he spoke to the prime minister of the entire country, theresa may, that same night and again yesterday he announced his support for the uk people. i was in the ford gala when he said we will get these people, bring them to justice, the bloodbaths have to stop. >> fair enough, kellyanne but that -- >> let me finish. >> wait, that was -- >> you want to make this about something other than what it was about. >> what he tweeted about -- >> i'm not going to allow
day and a half after terrorists did it again whether they're isis-inspired or isis-directed, they're savage murderers, i'm not going to let him be seen as the perpetrator here. for every time you said russia, imagine if you said isis, every time you said twitter, imagine you said careness. >> kellyanne, in fairness, he's setting the agenda, he's the president, he speaks, what the reporters said. >> what did he say to theresa may? >> he did speak to theresa may but most had to do we they are his own political concern, the travel ban, which he had four more tweets about that and a misleading attack on london's mayor. my question to you was simply does he owe an apology to london's mayor for quoting him and misleading and ining a rack way? >> so we've got the 23rd isis inspired or directed attack taking innocent lives, children in manchester, children in nice and we want to know -- we want to put some blameworthiness here
here's what he's doing as president of the united states and as commander in chief. standing firm because an attack on london is an attack on american values also. they are our greatest ally. we will do whatever it takes to help them moving forward. the state department, the president, everybody else involved, me, now, will express our condolences and we have expressed that publicly and he expressed that privately to prime minister theresa may as well. but this obsession with covering everything he says on twitter -- >> but that's his preferred method of communication with the american people. >> that's not true asn given an interview in three weeks so lately it has been his preferred method. i want to talk about the travel ban. it was presented to the american public as an opportunity to figure out what's going on, what's going wrong with immigration in this country, even though it's held up in the courts right now. what, if anything, is stopping the administration from using this time to look at this
when can we expect results? >> well, i believe the supreme court is set to take it up and so we'll get it -- we'll get some kind of response there within this calendar year. >> but couldn't you review while it's working its way through the courts? couldn't you review immigration security while that's happening? >> well, this is what i'll say about the actual statute. people should look at the constitutional authority and statutory authority for any president, including this one, to take a look at the poor vetting processes, the screening processes. we're talking about six countries that have been previously identified by the obama administration whe they either harbor and train and/or export terrorists. where people don't the right vetting and screening processes in place and i want to mention something else. we saw the uk report last night that one of these terrorists had two neighbors who reported him to law enforcement. one was a friend of his who said this man had been radicalized by watching youtube
was concerned about his future behavior. he now killed people. the second neighbor sd is same man was trying to radicalize her children at a playground. i think that's what we should be talking about today, the fact that if you're going to say see something and say something, it has to be followed by do something and this president through his travel ban is trying to do something to protect the people of this country and we stand in solidarity with the uk and others who have been victims in nice, in brussels, in paris, in stockholm, it goes on and on and it has to stop. we have to stop looking the other way, folks, we just do. this should be a non-partisan issue with bipartisan solutions. >> you'll get agreement at this table on that. real quickly, james comey, the former fbi director set to testify on thursday, real simple question, does the white house plan to assert executive privilege or any other legal maneuver to prevent this testimony or would you say the president would like james comey to testify? >> reporter: the president will make that final decision bu
watching with everyone else, savannah. i would point out two things -- most of washington, of course many of the democrats, detested this man until donald trump fired him which comey said in his own good-bye letter to his colleagues was the right of the president to do. secondly, jim comfy, t comey, t time he testified under oath, the fbi had to correct his testimony almost immediately because he they said he was false. he was off by hundreds of thousands of the e-mails between huma abedin and between aany we there were just -- >> that's true what you just stated but does the white house consider it a possibility that they would try to prevent the testimony by asserting executive privilege? is that an open possibility? >> the president will make that final decision. >> okay. >> but the fact is, if he testifies we'll be watching but people should also look at the rod rosenstein memo again to see what the problem in
comey. rosenstein clearly points out the integrity and morale were down and he points out comey tried to usurp the power of the attorney general loretta lynch and that he did "textbook" what you're not supposed to do by holding a press availability and announcing why they decided not to prosecute hillary clinton. >> indeed. more to come on. this of course the president supported those actions by comey at the time. kellyanne conway, thank you very much. >> thanks for having me. just two weeks after the terror attack that struck her concert, ariana grande made an emotional return to the stage in manchester last night. the pop star leading an all-star benefit for the victims. nbc's kelly cobiella was there. kelly, it was quite the show. >> reporter: so emotional, craig. really hard to believe that this was all organized in a matter of days. it came off without a hitch, lifting spirits in manchester, a city showing its courage and
another terror attack. ariana grande returning to manchester, her lyrics carrying a new and deeper meaning. ♪ before a crowd of 50,000 fans still visibly shaken but undeterred by fear. >> the kind of love and community that you're displaying is the medicine of the world we really need right now. >> reporter: grande sharing the spotlight with the biggest names in music. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: katy perry, miley cyrus and pharrell williams. ♪ ♪ and an emotional justin bieber. >> god is in the midst of evil, god is in the mix no matter what is happening in the world, god is in the mix and he
>> reporter: this benefit concert coming just 13 days after a suicide bomber targeted grande's concert at manchester arena and one day after another terror attack killed seven and injured nearly 50 others in london. >> love, love, love, love. [ crowd chanting "love" ] >> the show going on as planned with greater purpose and even tighter security to help fans feel safe. >> you made it! >> i'm really excited. >> reporter: 16-year-old kyra survived the blast at manchester arena that killed 22. at her home, she described the chaotic moment she is struggled to get to an exit in her wheelchair. >> i couldn't breathe or anything and i thought, like, i was going to die. >> reporter: but now, like others, she looks forward to replacing the bad memories with good ones. why do you want to be here so badly. >> because it's just important to show we're
>> reporter: voices refusing to be silenced with a message of solidarity heard loud and clear. this concert really did raise spirits and it also raised money, a lot of it. the red cross said they brought in nearly $3 million in donations online and through text messages during concert and once they count ticket sales they're hoping to have another million dollars. all that money going to support the victims and their families. craig, savannah? >> kelly cobiella, good to see you. the show of solidarity was powerful. >> very special. >> i give them so much credit. her going back to manchester and saying -- and the people having the courage to go to that concert and listen says a lot. >> mr. roker, good to see you, sir. >> you may not be feeling that way -- >> oh, al. >> the weather you've got now, if you like it, you're going to be happy. if you don't like
be happy. here in the east, strong storms. delmarva peninsula, we'll look at heavy rain there. tomorrow more of the same. it will stay showery and cool in the northeast. coastal carolinas rough, upper level low through the gulf, the remnants of tropical storm beatrice bringing tons of rain through the gulf. beneficial rain through southern florida. it will be a slow mover. wednesday, down in florida, five to seven inches of rain possible. also the carolinas. here in the northeast one the two inches but some areas three to four through wednesday. that's what's going on, we'll get a look at your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds.
good morning, a lot of clouds around and rain drops just down south of the city along i-95 south of fredericksburg towards charlottesville. so rain is going to be increasing in likelihood as we go farther and farther interyour day so grab -- make sure you grab the umbrella. temperature wise upper 60s and low 70s so not a terribly cold morning out there but with the clouds and rain chances, temperatures staying in the 70s today and tomorrow, barely making it to 70 wednesday and thursday but hot next week. and that's your latest weather, guys? coming up, bill cosby's sexual assault trial beginning today. could the embattled comedian be facing the rest of his life in prison? we're live at the courthouse. and one on one with vladimir putin. megyn kelly's interview with the russian president.
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minister is renewing her call for u.s. tech companies to do more. >> reporter: this morning the uk's third major terrorist attack in three months is dawesing the british to take a hard look. >> there is to be frank far too much tolerance of extremism in our country. >> reporter: prime minister theresa may is pointing her finger at u.s.-based tech companies for not doing enough to weed out extremists in cyberspace. >> we cannot allow this ideology the safe space it needs to breed, yet that is precisely what the internet and the big companies that provide internet-based services provide. >> reporter: this local imam agrees. >> the present day terrorists don't find radicalization from the mosques anymore, they find them on the social medias. imams don't have control on that, google does. >> reporter: but google, twitter and facebook say they've been tracking down on jihadist
they share the government's commitment. twitter says in the second half of 2016 it suspended more than 376,000 accounts for violations related to the promotion of terrorism and facebook responds "we work aggressively to remove terrorist content from our platform as soon as we become aware of it." former secretary of state john kerry says that while silicon valley has a responsibility, the blame ultimately lies with the terrorists. >> if we blame it exclusively on the internet, we're making an enormous mistake. if we reach too far without being sensitive to our own values, we give them an extraordinary victory. >> reporter: digital privacy groups argue giving up freedom online is dangerous for democracy. >> it puts us in the unfortunate position as having the government on the same side as the terrorists. we're burning the village to save the village. >> reporter: some analysts say while social media companies like facebook and twitter have cracked down, many
have moved over to encrypted messaging apps like what's app and telegram. they claim the real problem is not tech companies but the lack of enough police officers. craig? >> gabe gut their res in london. gabe, thank you. let's go back to al. now i see a banner behind you, chilly week ahead. >> here in the eastern half of the country not so great. we have an upper level low in canada from hudson bay bringing in cooler canadian air so from minneapolis, chicago, st. louis, as far south as nashville, norfolk up into the northeast we'll have temperatures 10 to 20 degrees cooler than average. wednesday syracuse 63, boston 61, washington 69. then you get out west, upper level high, the jet stream way up to the north, you have 90s in salt lake, 105, triple digits in phoenix but it finally makes its way to the east by the end of the week so -- yes. sunday new york city 82. raleigh 89, louisville 93 and
lann lanta 97. warm weather is coming, i'm not lying. honest. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> reporter: 72 degrees outside but we have these clouds around. some parts of the area seeing the rain nearing fredericksburg, cu culpepper, heaviest with the yellow, oranges and red over spotsylvania approaching fredericksburg. scattered showers through the afternoon, then we see them taper off this evening. temperatures, though, are in the low 70s. today they'll be topping around 79. >> check out the weather channel on cable. >> al, thanks so much. coming up next, nbc's megyn kelly is back. she'll share more of her interview with vladimir putin. why he is accusing us of interfering in elections rit after ts. we started service dogs for heroes because we know how important
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we asked mr. putin many questions about the alleged russian interference. president putin, you have repeatedly and passionately denied that russia was behind the interference with our american presidential election but as you know the consensus view in the united states is that you did. that's what the 17 intelligence agencies concluded and what the republicans and the dects on the congressional oversight committees who have seen the classified report have said. are they all lying? >>. >> translator: they hbe misled and they aren't analyzing the information in its entirety. i haven't seen even one, any direct proof, of russian interference in the collectio in the united states. >> you said for months that russia had nothing to do with the interference of the american election and then this week you floated the idea of patriotic hackers doing it. why the change? and why
>>. >> translator: i hadn't said anything. it's just that french journalists asked me about the hackers, i told them the same thing i can tell you -- hackers can be anywhere, they can be in russia, in asia, even in america, latin america. they can even be hackers, by the way, in the united states who very skillfully and professionally shifted the blame, as we say, on to russia. i will tell you something that you probably already know -- i don't want to hurt anyone's feelings, but the united states, everywhere all over the world actively interferes with the electoral campaigns of other countries. put your finger anywhere on the map of the world and everywhere you will hear complaints that american officials are interfering in internal electoral processes. >> with respect, that sounds like a justification. >> translator: it doesn't sound like a justification, it sounds like a statement of fact. every action has an equal an
opposite reaction, but i repeat, we don't even have to do that. presidents come and go and even the parties in power change but the main political direction does not change. that's why in the grand scheme of things we don't care who is the head of the united states, we know more or less what is going to happen and so in this regard even if we wanted to it wouldn't make sense for us to interfere. >> there have been questions in america about donald trump's finances. he hasn't released his tax returns. there have been questions about this secret russian dossier which he says is fake but which purports to have blackmail information in it generated by the russians. there have been questions about the communications between the kremlin and the trump campaign, all of which has americans asking do you have something damaging on our president? >> translator: well, this is just another load of nonsense. where would we get this information from? why? did we have some special relationship with him? we didn't have
at all. there was a time when he used to come to moscow but you never i never met with him. we have a lot of americans who visit us. >> fascinating conversation. outside the conversation about the alleged interference, what else struck you? what was the most intense part of that exchange? >> i would say the exchange we had on stage at the st. petersburg international economic forum where i had a longer chance to get into it with him and we had a contentious exchange on syria which is posted online where he tried to suggest that it was -- assad did not use chemical weapons on his people and i said the world health organization has conducted the autopsies of the bodies, it was witnessed by independent agencies, are you really purporting to tell us that it was fake? these tape wes saw of these dying children are fake? and he said "there's another answer and you know it." and we got back and forth. it was the one time in all the exchange i had with him on exand in our one in one where i thought i may have gotten too far out there.
but i in retrospect think it was fine because he sat with us for the one on one after the fact so it ended fine. >> and he flat denies the u.s. meddling in the u.s. election but it bears repeating our intelligence agencies say it's not even a close call. so he basically -- i mean he lied. >> well, this is the first time he said first of all, you guys do it, too, and when i said that sounds like a justification he said every action has an equal and opposite reaction which is very close to "i ordered the code red." >> when you're sitting in the room, what was it like? did he have a lot of people in the room? >> oh, yeah. but by that point i spent so much time to him it didn't feel intimidating. we have met two nights earlier with prime minister modi of india and then we sat together for several hours and i did the interview. honestly
behind the scenes. he laughed, he smiled, cracked jokes. he seemed like, quote, a normal person which in and of itself is surprising given all we know and have heard about him. >> i think you play be getting a christmas card. >> we'll see! >> fascinating conversation. >> welcome back. >> thank you. coming up in the orange room, carson there with headline making moments from last night's one-love manchester concert right after is. with a crayon in my hand. i decided to see if there was a way for design to play a... ...positive role in what was going on in the world. there's a jacket that's reflective for visibility... ...a sleeping bag jacket, jackets that turn into tents. i usually do my fashion sketches on the computer. i love drawing on the screen. there's no lag time at all. it feels just like my markers. with fashion, you can dress people and help people. it's really cool to see your work come to life.
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off stage that caught people's attention. this is as justin bieber was speaking to the crowd. it took a cut away of this moment showing police officers hand in hand dancing with people in the audience. it was a great moment. go to twitter. jack writing -- i missed my twitter, whoa, hold on. jack wrote -- oh, i lost it somewhere. somewhere, sorry. he wrote "it was just a touching, touching moment to see them there. absolute class. manchester is such an incredible place." there was a lot of comments about that. also social media users were touched by this school choir's performance. they did arianna's song "my everything" and a 12-year-old was taking a solo effort there, she started to waiver with emotion. arianna hugging her. liza tweeting here. "parrs wood high school choir and ariana grande, won't see a more moving performance all year long." all involved in puttin togeer using the hashtag "one love
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7:56 is your time on monday, june 5, 2017. good morning, i'm eun yang. we want to check on your commute with melissa mollet and your first four traffic. good morning, melissa. >> good morning, brand new problem on the beltway outer loop after university boulevard. we have a lane blocked, sounds like a problem with a disabled dump truck. 66 and 95 looking okay. 95 a lot better than it was through virginia. 66 inbound your slow spot is manassas. we'll step away and read one more thing, 295 north before the naval research lab, center of the roadblocked by a crash, eun? >> thank you, melissa. we'll take a quick break, check your forecast next. stay with us. he's a guy with values. he's somebody who says, i am going to make change. and i wanna make change not for the richest, not for the most powerful, i'm gonna make change to make this economy
good monday morning, the rain down to our south around fredericksburg, parts of spotsylvania, southern parts of fauquier county. we'll see a higher chance of scattered showers. today 79, scattered showers around and keep the umbrella with you over the next few days here, temperatures will be cooler, too. eun. >> thank you, sheena. at local news update in 25 minutes but for now back t "today" ow.
it's 8:00 it's 8:00 on "today." breaking overnight, new raids and arrests in london following that deadly terror attack. isis now taking responsibility as president trump speaks out. >> as president i will do what is necessary to prevent this threat from spreading to our shores. >> we're live in london with the latest on the investigation. plus, gone too far? hbo's bill maher under fire for using this racial slur. >> senator, i'm a house [ bleep ]. >> the provocative comedian apologizing as calls for his firing grow louder. and missing his shot.
a controversial decision to skip this month's u.s. open to attend his daughter's high school graduation, making him the early leader in the father of the year competition today, mondayju 5, 2017. >> first stop? put those on, baby. you brought beads. i got my beads and i didn't have to do anything. happy birthday, how old are you? 6. >> 65. >> you look hot! you have to make sure you get on. ready? go, girl! ♪ >> hey, boo, how are you? you want to do a selfie? let's do one. come on. let me see how you look on tv. what's your name? >> haley. >> oh, i love that name. [ cheers and applause ]
>> welcome back on this monday morning. >> welcome back to "today." it's monday morning, june 5. big old loud kroud hercwhere. cell melvin is here. >> this is a monster crowd. this is huge. >> is something happening? [ cheers and applause ] >> coming up, get ready to shop. we'll walk you through everything you need to buy this month including on how you can save for a dream vacation. >> take note, she always has good ideas. first, here's the news at 8:00. >> reporter: good evening, i'm richard engel in london. police continue to look for suspects who may have been involved in saturday's attack on london bridge. britain's prime minister has said enough is enough but an american counterterrorism official told me this country gives too much free rein to
to police. at least one of the suspectin the london bridge attack wasn't in hiding. he was reportedly featured in this british channel 4 documentary last year about islamic extremists unfurling a black islamic flag in a park. his face blurred because the suspect has not been officially identified by police. witnesses say he was one of the three men who drove a van over pedestrians on london bridge saturday night. an italian photographer was there filming as the men started slashing victims. and police arrived to shoot them dead. >> i just saw two guys getting shot. >> reporter: isis supporters are reveling in it, calling for more homegrown terrorism on social media out lets with propaganda images like this one, menacing looking but it shows the wrong bridge, tower bridge, not the one where the attack took place.
something isn't working. >> there is, to be frank, far too many tolerance of extremism in our country. >> british police said they now have the identities of the three attackers who used a van and fives to kill people in the market on london br and in the bars around it and they will be releasing those names as the investigation continues. craiging? >> richard engel in london. thank you. meanwhile, in a courtroom outside philadelphia comedian bill cosby goes on trial today for sexual assault. he's accused of drugging and molesting a woman more than a dozen years ago. nbc's stephanie gosk is in norristown, pennsylvania. stephanie, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morn craig, day one, bill cosby faces three charges of aggravated indecent assault, each one of them carrying up to ten years of time in prison as well as a $25,000 fine. as you know, cosby has been accused by
unwanted sexual contact. he denied those charges but this criminal case is about just one incident and one woman. andrea constand says while in 2004 at the comedian's home he gave her a pill 245 that incapacitated her and molested her. cosby says everything that happened in his house was consensual. over the coming days, expect to see supporters on both sides. there will be multiple alleged victims in the courtroom. we spoke to one of them who says she's here to support andrea constand but also see this is case as a kind of symbol of all of those accusations. cosby will have his own supporters as well, his wife camille is expected to be here over the course of the trial as well as members of his tv family, including his tv wife alicia rashad is expected to be here and today keisha knig pulliam who played his daughter rudy
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joe fryer is in los angeles. good morning, joe. >> reporter: good mornin bill maher has made a career of being politically incorrect but he's the latest comedian for coming under fire for doing or saying something many consider no laughing matter. it happened during the live broadcast friday night of the hbo show "realtime with bill maher." >> you speak have been smoking kcovf covfefe. >> reporter: he was responding to ben sasse who invited maher to visit his state and work in the fields. >> wo in the fields? senator, i'm a house [ bleep ]. >> the senator appeared uneasy at the use of the word and some audience members could be heard groaning. >> it's a joke. thank you. >> reporter: with that, maher moved the interview along but condemnation was swift and unrelenting. a growing chorus on
calling for maher to be fired. hbo, which airs "realtime" called his worse of ie " rd completely inexcusable and tasteless and maher apologized writing in part "i regret the word i used in the banter of a live moment. the word was offensive a i regret saying it and i'm sorry." >> i'm going to be honest. he broke me. he broke me. he broke me. >> reporter: the maher controversy occurred the same week that comedian kathy griffin apologized for a graphic photo of her posing with a fake bloody head of president trump. >> i don't think i will have a career after this. >> reporter: as a result, griffin has been fired from her job co-hosting cnn's new year's eve show and has had several concert appearances canceled. senator sass didn't address the issue on the show but responded in a series of tweets saying "me just cringing last night wasn't good enough." wishing he had asked maher why would you think it's okay to use that
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we're back, it's 8:15, time for what's trending today as i crunch my tic-tac. >> thank you for the tic-tacs, by the way. >> isn't fresh breath important? the topic trending this morning, supreme court justices, they're just like us. they work out. justice ruth bader ginsburg, 84 years old, she's been on the court more than 20 years, she's not slowing down. in fact, some have asked how does she do it? well, now there's a book that will have that answer. that's right, in october, the rbg workout. >> i love it. >> it will hit shelves, it's written by ginsburg's trainer and it will reveal her exercise routine in detail which consists of planks and pushups like a picture is worth a thousand words. >> good for her. >> flexibility and strength. >> you, too, can have that rbg
body. >> that black robe body. >>. t h we'rstk between a rock and a hard place and we have to make a difficult choice, say between competing in the u.s. open or attending your daughter's high school graduation. has that happened? just to phil mickelson. the majors champ has decided to withdraw from the u.s. open so he can attend his daughter amanda's high school graduation. >> good for him. >> mickelson saying "as i look back on life, this is a moment i'll always cherish and be glad i was present." >> wow. >> the u.s. open is the only major mickelson has not claimed. >> he's being realistic. >> carson, did he have a shot? >> he's one of the greats, he's making a great decision. >> good for him. check out this incredible photo that's gone viral. on friday there was a big tornado that touched down in alberta, canada. there it is. so cecelia got a perfectot
it, posted the photo on facebook. but it's not the tornado when that has people talking. watch what happens when we pull back. that in the foreground is sis celia's husband, he's mowing the lawn with the tornado lurking behind him. however he said the tornado was further away than it appeared. sometimes objects are further than they appear and he was keeping a close eye on it. >> he had his back to it! >> honey, you missed a spot. >> i thought it was hard enough to get your husband to mow the lawn anyway. >> i don't care what's going on, you get out there and you cut that lawn! >> there's no tornado out there. >> we haven't seen an old lady psychling cyin tornado yet. "wonder woman" soaring above all this weekend. gal gadot -- >> you crushed it. >> she stars as wonder woman. the film raked in 105
that seals in place the largest domestic opening for a movie with a female director. internationally it did great. "wonder woman" broht in another cool $122.5 million. congrats to them. up next for the first time, tim mcgraw and faith hill are opening their doors. you'll see their home in the newest edition of "architectural digest." the couple bought a 20 acre property in the bahamas. they built the compound from from scratch. they admitted they were naive with the undertaking but said it was worth the wait. don't forget tim and faith will be here later this summer for a live concert on the plaza. we're looking forward to that. and if you want to see more pictures of that, we'll have more of that. it might be contender for song of the summer. two weeks in a row will help that cause.
what song are we talkinabt it? >> despacito. >> a big song. it's a remake. listen. ♪ >> nice dancing there. >> justin bieber on the track which is mostly spanish. it's the first to hit the number one spot in 30 years. only 31 songs not sung in english have ever made the top 60. last song to go top 10 in the billboard hot 100 in spanish, anybody? >> macarena? >> macarena. nice job, al. >> i like this better than macarena. >> this is good. >> congrats to them. >> al's still swaying. >> that's because we want justin and daddy yankee and luis to do the show with us. >> keep dancing. >> here's al with a check of the weather. >> aun
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i'm loving it. >> the goal is to find out what makes millennials if i can. >> the millennial generation describing in their own words who they are, what they care about and how they feel about your negative perceptions. >> my generation is ambition. >> innovative. >> we are connected, expressive. >> literally, millennials are people born in the early 1980s through the early 2000s. effectively they graduate high skochool school. >> i'm 23 years old living in brooklyn and i work in the production departmentt
crew? >> i'm 29, i live in austin, texas. >> i'm eugene, i 31 years old. i'm in los angeles, california. nailed it. there are tons of misconceptions when it comes to what we care about and what we believe in. >> every generation calls the younger generation lazy. generation x was called the slacker generation. the thing that turns millennials on is doing a million things at once. >> i have this business that is thriving. some could call th lom could lat entitled that i want to not have a boss. i want to do my own thing. but that's not necessarily the case. >> 35% of the millennials said that they own a business currently or plan to own a business in the future. millennials are a generation that is very much about sort of owning and controlling their destiny in a way
other generations haven't been. social media have both defined our generation in wonderful ways and totally ruined us. >> to have that type of access to so many people and to say it doesn't affect your self-esteem or your image of yolf would be crazy. >> a survey that we did, about half agreed there's good and bad that comes with social media. 73% of them said they use these social media sites at least twice a day. so that leads to stress. in theory it makes them perhaps more informed, more empowered and gives them better access to information and to take action. >> social media helps with advocacy. i follow the aclu on twitter and that definitely helps me with staying up to date with different causes or different -- things going on not necessarily in new york but all over the country. >> we're looking for things to support because we want to feel like we're making change in the world instead of just sitting on our hands watching the world go by. >> millennials care about equality
they care about the lgwillinlgb community, open discourse about minority groups. we've been more exposed to different people, especially through digital means that it's hard not to watch someone's authentic self-and not care about then. >> millennials are meaningfully more tolerant than prior generations where 80 plus% of other -- 80% of millennials say if someone is being intolerant they should do something about it. happiness is an outcome opposed so wealth is a profou shift. >> we're looking for our purpose in life and we'll be happiest when we find that. there's no better time to be alive than right now. all that we're able to experience with technology, just access to everything. like i'm so happy to be 23 in 2017 and having the who wld ahead of me.
>> it's good for us oldies to learn and understand where they're coming from. >> and businesses are working at that. we'll look at that tomorrow. trying akthempp >> it's 8:26 on monday, june 25, i'm aaron gilchrist. melissa mollet has your first 4 traffic. >> taking a look at the beltway, no major issues at this outer loop, it's on the shoulder. that's what we're hearing from state highway. no major issues. live look at 95 in virginia. you can see it moving quite nicely. aaron? >> melissa, thank you. we'll get a check on your forecast. stat
that leaves no region or race behind. let's prove that donald trump's values are not virginia values. the rains are on the south side of the d.c. metro and that's where they'll stay for most of the day. everyone has a chance for getting rained on today. keep that in mind. temperatures have remained in the upper 60s and low 70
♪ 8:30, now,n 8:30 on this monday morning, june 5, 2017. we have beautiful faces on our plaza. a little corner of rockefeller plaza. it's lovely. actually, i don't get to be out there right now. i'm inside with bahar t e'oio tell us what we can get a good price on. if you want to plan a summer vacation, this could be the time. >> there's
inside although we have an amazing crowd outside. luke combs is ready to perform a smash hit called "hurricane." >> oh, weather-related? >> we'll talk to luke a bit. also a fresh and flavorable take on a go-to takeout order. it's possible and easy to make >> from julie tabouli. >> her real name? we've confirmed that? >> we'll get to the bottom but first, mr. roker, a check on the weather? >> i have a cousin named baba ganoush. nice day in the pacific northwest, heat warnings, other plains looking good, great day tomorrow. mid-mississippi and ohio river valley. still we t
northern florida. heat warnings out west and another fantastic day in the pacific northwest. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. good monday morning, we have clouds for most of the area but the rain is down to the south near fredericksburg, quantico, culpepper, spotsylvania. that's where we have most showers currently. we could see these more widespread through lunchtime. here's what future weather does, 12:30 quite a bit more rain around and through the afternoon. starting to taper off after the evening commute so have the umbrella. 77 mostly cloudy tomorrow. now around 70 wednesday and thursday for a high, more sunshine through the weekend than the 90s return. [ cheers and applause ] >> don't forget, get that weather any time you need it. check out our friends at the weather channel on cable. oh savannah? >> oh, al, thank you so much. now, what to buy in june, whether you're looking to spruce up your home, have family fun or get a great gift
to be had, you have to know where to work and for that we turn to bahar takhtehchian. you have home decor good finds? >> that's right. if you're looking to spruce up your indoor space, buy sofas, love seats and armchairs, we're saving 25% off. overstock.com has a great summer clearance from june 6 through the 15th. up to 70% off site wide and that also includes furniture as well. >> kitchen stuff? >> kitchen stuff 25% off at j.c. penney. this is kitchen tables, kitchen chairs, all modern, has a similar deal and overstock has great kitchen deals as well. >> okay, flowers and plants. that feels like a splurge. you can get a good price? >> you can. if you love flower deliveries, go to proflowers.com. 45% off 100 blooms of peruvian lilies and you
they have a great deal with multicolored roses for 45% off as well. if you're planting outdoors, walmart and sears have you covered. >> i love that. now let's talk about dads. father's day is upon us so we're always looking for good ideas. >> yes, so dads tend to love tools and they love to be handy so ace hardware has an incredible deal. so you can get a four-door rolling tool cabinet for $299.99 but you get a six-drawer tool chest absolutely free that's worth $99.99 but it's free. they also have great deals on drills from dewalt, $30 off. we're also seeing incredible deals from lowe's and sears as far as tools go. >> what about grills? the grill master dad. >> ace has a great deal where you can get a wood pellet grill for $100 off when you buy that grill you get
afternoon ace gift card as well. >> home gym if you want to give dad a hint. >> if dad needs tlo pounds or get back in shape, we're seeing good deals on treadmills, ellipticals and rowers. dicks sporting goods, 50% off on these at-ohm gym equipment things because that stuff is really expensive. >> and doesn't necessarily go on sale. let's talk fun for the whole family and the first thing, fishing and boating, tell me about this. >> in june at states across the u.s. it's fishing and boating week. basically it's the time of year where you can go fishing in a public body of water without a licensing -- fishing license. >> that's a savings right there. what about the movies? >> they're great. if you want to take the kids to the movie theater let to regal cinemas, you can see summer flicks for a dollar. and harkins has a deal where it's specific pg and
movies are less than a dollar throughout the summer. >> love the sound of that. what about sports zbheer. >> the if you need a new racket, golf clubs, maybe a basketball, head to dicks sporting goods. we're seeing up to $200 off of mountain bikes and other fun things like golf clubs and tennis rackets. >> some of us have not planned our summer vacation yet. if you want to, it's t too late to get a deal? >> it's not. in fact, you have an itch to travel internationally, go to expedia.com. we're seeing a savin of up to 30% off for hotels in places like china, india and philippines or, savannah, if you're more of a cruiser, do you like cruising? >> of course. >> we can get great to for one deals at viking river cruises for incredible locations all over europe. if you want to stay for local, hotels.com has good deals in domestic cities. >> and cameras? >> a camera is a must and gopros
they're up to $50 off right now. you can get some camcorders too. >> >> bahar, thank you so much. if you want a full list of what you should be buying and where to get the bargains, go to today.com. up next, how to bring exotic flavors into your kitchen. it's easier than you think. first, this is "today" on. first. countless patients. countless ailments. first. countless hours. and guess what? you can handle it all. be a leader in your field
this morning on welcome back, on "today" foods, the delicious flavors of middle eastern cooking without leaving home. there is no better teacher than julie tabouli, she's the author of a new book cook of the game same. julie, welcome. >> good morning. >> i walked in here and it smells like my mom's kitchen. mine smells like takeout by my mom's smells like this. >> i love it. my mom is here with me today, i learned everything from >> letttho name to clear the air, we were
bets on whether julie taboi was yo ta? >> it's not my real name but i say it might as well be because my uncle dominick gave me the nickname when i was six or seven years old and my family has been calling me it ever since so i've only known and i've only been called julie tabouli my whole life. it's my stage name. >> okay, so we are making a chicken shawaram. >> i'm using chicken breasts and thighs, they're on the bone. you can use off the bonifou like. then we have shallots, a bouquet of sage and thyme and rosemary. >> what you have on this plate is what makes middle eastern food smell like it does. >> we're going to make our o shawarma at home. we have cumin, cardamom, coriander, ginger and garlic. we'll wsk
now we're just going to generously season our chicken just like this. >> what is best? white or dark meat? >> i think these cuts are the best but there's no right or wrong answer. let's sere the chicken shawarma. we'll put these in the pot. we have butter, it's sizzling, it's nice and hot. we'll get a nice sere on the chicken. >> this is to get it brown on the outside? >> exactly. we'll sere it on both sides four to five minutes. >> could you leave the skin on if you so desired? >> you can do so for sure. >> how long is this happening? >> this is about four to five minutes on each side of the chicken until they're nice and crisp and golden brown. >> so now we're moving up here. >> we have our chicken that's been seared on our plate. we have our beautiful pearl onions. >> those look beautiful. >> we'll remove these and s
yet, right? >> it's just seared, it's just locking in the nice chicken juicy flavors and i'm going to have you add in the butter right over there. now we'll do our mushrooms. >> we'll pretend these are out. butter, mushrooms, cook all that up. >> i love it, these will cook until they soften. add shallots. the herbs just like so. >> so all this goes in. that's our white wine. >> oh, another reason to like the chicken shawarma. >> beautiful. and then -- >> some stock, right? >> we we'll add that in and add our chicken. >> so all to this goes in the pot. all this goes into the oven, 325, 30 to 35 minutes. we have chicken right here. >> as we are laying it out. we have our tasters down stairs digging in. what do we think of the chicken? >> great flavor. great mushrooms. >> how about the pearl onions and all the --
great. >> yummy, julie tabouli. >> thank you so much. >> now what are we making? >> this is our finished sauce. you can see we have our beautiful chicken just like this. >> i'm going to try it up here. >> and just spoon this right over. >> delicious. and in addition they were just talking about your namesake on the plate. >> the a betabouli. it's perfect for the summer, filled with fresh parsley, scallions, mint, tomatoes on the vine, it has bull gar wheat. >> there's your mom. >> she taught me everything i know. >> if you want these recipes and more we have them on today.com/food. up next, the man taking the country word by storm, luke combs performs his big hit "hurricane." first, this is "ton
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the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to >> announcer: the city to concert series on today is proudly presented to you citi. >> luke combs, no relation to sean combs, "rolling stone" called his album the most anticipated album of the year. >> it's no wonder luke has a platinum number one single. not too shabby. how did this happen? >> a lot of hard work over the last five or six years, here we are writing songs and playing music. >> i've seen stories of success. you one-take hurricane the song you're about to do? >> i did. >> you know you have a great song, you put it online yourself? >> i did. after we mastered it we just threw it on i tunes to kind of help and hope that people
buy it and could fund the rest of the ep. >> but you didn't have a deal when you did that? >> i do not. >> so the song, then online sales then you get a record deal. >> it's kind of backwards but it worked out. >> this is the way of the new world. you don't have to go in your van and do venues and livin nashville for 30 years. >> it's the millennial thing. >> i like it. >> the way of the world. >> thank you for paying attention to the rest of the show. any thoughts on th cooking? >> i was jealous that you were eating to be honest. >> it says a lot for the strength of the song which we'll hear now. hurricane. luke, take it away. >> luke combs. ♪ ♪ ♪ hasn't had a good time since you know when ♪ got talked into going out with
♪ i was feeling like myself for the first time ♪ in a long time, till i bumped into some of your friends ♪ over there talking to mine, then you roll in ♪ with your hair in the wind baby without warning ♪ i was doing all right but just your sight ♪ had my heart storm iing, the moon went hiding, stars ♪ went shining, rain was dropping, thunder and lightning ♪ you wrecked my whole world when you came in ♪ and hit me like a hurricane, you hit me like a hurricane ♪ ♪ knew it was going to be a long night from the moment when
ice, started talking about ♪ us again, if i would have just laid my drink down ♪ and walked out, i wouldn't be in my truck driving us to your ♪ house but you rolled in with your hair in the wind ♪ baby without warning, i was doing all right but just ♪ your sight had my heart storming, the moon went hiding ♪ star quit shining, rain was dropping ♪ thunder and lightning, you wrecked my whole world ♪ when you came and hit me like a hurricane ♪ you hit me like a hurricane ♪ ♪ ea
your smile ♪ blew me away and girl it ain't midnight ♪ but kill the lights, bring my heart back to your ♪ bedside, then you rolled in with your hair in the wind ♪ baby without warning, i was doing all right ♪ but just your sight had my heart storming ♪ the moon went hiding, stars quit shining ♪ rain was dropping, thunder and lightning ♪ you wrecked my whole world the way you came and ♪ hit me like a hurricane, you hit me like a hurricane ♪ you hit me like a hurricane, y
[ cheers and applause ] >> luke combs, everybody! nice job in the band. you guys got great hair going. more music from luke coming up later on but first this is "today" on nbc. >> awesome. much. s narrator: "the time is always right to do what is right. ralph northam. army doctor during the gulf war.
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[ cheers and applause all rhtaewin on monday, we have to do birthdays, al. >> i was just thinking the same thing. good thing. let's bring on those delicious jars of smucker's and meet nice folks. let's start off with a happy 100th birthday to mae from milwaukee, wisconsin. she will never turn down a trip to the mall. carl goldberg is our next centenarian. a proud grant father from ann arbor, michigan. he says the secret to longevity, gray goose martinis. >> is he related to carson? >> happy 102nd birthday to betty caraway of warren, ohio, married to the love of her life for almost 70 years. lovely. ethel mcelroy is 107 years old. a diamondback fan from surprise, arizona. she worked as a bookkeeper, didn't retire until she was
god love her. john benjamin of simsbury, connecticut, celebrating 100 years. received a military aviation award for his service as an aircraft commander. we salute you to your service. love the boater. and happy 104th birthday to virginia caroway. if you're looking for a karaoke partner, virginia loves to sick. if you know someone is celebrating a milestone birthday, let us know at today.com/milestones. >> i told u a martini a day was okay. you end up on al's segment. >> we have to download despacito and hurricane. we'll have more from luke later. >> luke will sing at the 10:00. >> what's coming up at 9:00? >> mandy moore, the new movie "47 meters down." it's a scare i have shark flick. shein
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you'll want the umbrella as we go through the days. showers south of the district around fredericksburg, quantico, culpepper. these showers will be more widespread, scattered showers through the afternoon, mid-70s for a high temperature. tomorrow, wednesday a trsy we'll ke a shower chance in the forecast. but we warm up again over the week wednesday plenty of sunshine. eun? >> get the latest news and weather any time in the nbc washington app. now back to the "t"
this morning on "today's take," sheinelle, sheinelle is taking a trip down memory lane, heading back to school. mandy moore dives deep into a new thriller "47 meters down" and from a private island retreat to a beach sidebar, the most stunning celebrho coming rhtow. [ cheers and applause ] >> annoce fronbc news, this is "today's take" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hey! welcome to "today" on monday morning, june 5, 2017. you're listening to "i love thisis
weekend? >> we had a chuck e. cheese mishap. >> my son was walking around with his tickets and i was like "let me pick your tickets up." he says "no, i want to hold them." so you know when chuckie lets the tickets up? well, he ran up and dropped his own and ended up with nothing. i've never seen him lose his marbles. >> you put a lot of effort into getting those tickets. >> it's a happy ending. the other kids saw what happened and they all gave him tickets so he had a lollipop. it was very sweet. >> and you ended up with a bloody tongue? >> because he was flailing. i was like this is not the way it's supposed to work. >> and you don't know how it happened? >> still don't. >> two things we know. there's no crying in baseball and no bleeding at chuck e. cheese. >> happy monday. >> wow. it's one of those samplers on a pillow. no bleeding at chuck e. cheese. we all cooked this weekend and
who made what. [ laughter ] wow. >> mine was on the far left. >> is that you? >> uh-huh, i made scallops with roasted -- >> at home? >> yeah, and those fancy tomatoes. is that what those are? >> what the senator kerry what is that? is that toast? >> it was -- so -- >> you made toast? >> she burned toast. why don't you have a toaster? >> i like it this way. >> you don't have a toaster? >> we do, but that's not the way i like it, al. we had six pieces of bread left -- >> does anybody elske like that? >> they were so excited. i laid them out and then because i'm a connoisseur of cooking i made the cinnamon and sugar mixture on the side and then i put the butter on the bread and sprinkled it over, put it on high broil -- >> that's a mistake. >> because i was ready. >> so what happened in the 30 seconds between -- >> i for
>> i forgot and it burned. and you know what's funny? everybody still ate it. my cinnamon toast -- >> because that's all they had! >> if you take a butter knife you can scrape it off. >> it's like "oliver twist" at your house. "please, sir, may have some m e more?" >> meantime, that middle picture, that pizza looks amazing. >> thank you. i used to make homemade pizza all the time but i don't have as much time to cook. we always do pro sh-- proscuitt and spinach. >> we went to the farmers market saturday morning so everything i made was from the farmers market so we had scallops, corn from florida. the asparagus and the micro greens were all -- >> and scallops? >> when i went to the salad bar at chuck e. cheese, i put olives on there.
salad bar. >> i love it. >> when there are a lot of kids. >> that's fine. >> they're a little lower than the lugie guard. i don't know. i don't know. so your husband is getting quite the follow on instagram. >> >> he is! he posted this picture because there's a huge debate in our house that this jacket he purchased is the us ugliest thing i've ever seen. we are going golfing with matt lauer -- >> and he wanted to impress him. >> yes. which makes this even more ridiculous. so he bought this jacket new. what is going on with it? are those pockets? they're pockets. four pockets and the top pockets are like cut off at the top. >> does he need it to be highlighted where the pockets are so he knows where they are? >> i don't know! >> it also looks like an angry face. >> there's so many things wrong with it. >> the eyes. >> the other thing is it's
>> so what's the point? >> i have no idea! you golf, do you need, like, tools and stuff. >> it's not even a golfing jacket. >> balls in one and -- >> i feel bad for brian, he posted it on instagram, he was pretty much the way i'm attacking him everyone was saying -- >> when he's doing "nightly news," just i don't know what happened, sweetie. we sent it to the dry cleaner. how much did he pay far? >> it wasn't cheap, either, like over $100. >> they saw him coming. >> but it's nikement it's a good brand. >> nike made that? >> nike, sorry to call you out but you need to be called out. i don't get it. >> there has to be a point to it, right? >> yeah, to have somebody look like an idiot. brian, you know i love you. >> well, he wears fun
say way to go. >> savannah gave him the nicest insult, she said "i like the bottom pocket." >> that's funny! >> well, this weekend so special, ariana grande returned to manchester sunday for a star-studded concert raising money for the victims of the bombing on may 22 and th red cross and i don't know if you got to see it but it's unbelievable and the one song that captured the spirit of the evening, ariana singing "somewhere over the rainbow." take a listen. ♪ somewhere over the rainbow, skies are blue ♪ and the dreams that you dare
♪ someday i'll wish upon a star and wake up where the clouds ♪ are far behind me >> so powerful. and the fact she came back to that concert stadium to perform after what happened and so many people rallied around her. >> so many other performers there, too, just coming out to support manchester. justin bieber. >> katy perry. >> coldplay. >> i was telling dylan, for me i like the fact that for ariana she was able to take her narrative back so it didn't end with tragedy it ended with triumph. >> all these people coming together so they couldn't write her story and i love that. it takes strength to do that.
but you could see the stronger -- they felt stronger as it progressed? >> especially for members of the choir from the manchester-based high school. some members were at the previous concert when that took place and you can see that one young girl next to her starts to waiver and ariana just grabs her and holds her close. >> you get to go back and have a memory that's powerful and positive and it raised a lot of money, more than $2.6 million for the initial airing and another one million is expected from ticket sales so it goes to the red cross and the secretary of states. >> talk about ticket sales. did anybody see "wonder woman"? >> i didn't get a chance to see it. >> i wanted to see it. terrific reviews, huge debut at the box office, smashing records and a lot of misconceptions. >> that is true. it earned $100.6 million, making it the largest-ever debut for a film with a
kudos to her. patti jenkins is the director. >> gal gadot is the star. >> i hear it doesn't disappoint. we shall see. >> it got excellent reviews. rotten tomatoes gave it 93% rating. everyone was ready for "wonder woman" to see it redone in movie form and to learn the story. >> clearly she did it justice. well, get ready to have your mind blown. the device that could reinvent the selfie. we'll give it a go and you decide whether it's genius or ridiculous. >> you want to them a hint? >> i think it's ridiculous. >> that's your hint. [002:09:49;00] nor smudge. nor scratch. nor damaging uv rays. nor glare of night
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today, later this hour that has take some credit for. >> a small part of the recipe. >> we grill the krispy kreme doughnuts. >> i need a grill. i need an apartment that has a place -- >> that helps. >> that's problem number one. >> yeah, you need a terrace or backyard. something like that. in the kitchen -- >> i want to try it at home but -- >> you can come over and use my backyard as long as you feed us as well. so get ready for the next thing in selfie technology. introducing the selfie foot. here's how it works. you put the attachment on the front of your shoe, grab a remote, lean back, snap the perfect selfie if there's anybody wearing dresses around you want to avoid our producer gavin. gavin, come in. >> it has a kickstarter campaign. >> so you're walking with a limp. >> i don't want to mess it up. >> it's not that heavy, right?
>> no. >> how does oh, this makes sense. >> there you go, ready? smile. >> yeah, okay. so it's either a shot of your knee or your crotch. what's the point? >> did we get a good selfie? >> i think so, one more. >> maybe it's brokeen. >> no, it's good. >> it has a remote? >> yeah, it's bluetooth. there we go. >> that's nice. >> what's the difference between doing that and doing that? >> this has your foot! >> what if you're laying on the beach or laying in bed? >> i don't want to see that, first of all, secondly -- come on! >> i like it, how much does it cost, gavin? >> ready, there we go. >> yeah, hands free but you can't walk anywhere. >> and it's a terrible angle. >> you always shoot down, not up. >> i think that's better than a selfie stick. i think this is the next big thing. >> no, because the selfie stick you can get the angle that's flattering for your face.
s up on a table and get a charlie colors. >> that's funny. >> how much does it cost, gavin? >> bye, guys. >> good-bye! that's fun. i like that shot. >> that's a great shot. yeah. see? that's not right! [ laughter ] that is just not right. >> gavin, take a picture like that. like that. >> oh, yeah. america wants to see that. >> you have something in your nose. >> oh! >> yes, there you go. >> i kind of like. >> it yeah, okay. so one sideline reporter for the florida marlins narrowly avoided a strike right down the middle. marlins reporter craig minaverve was readying his report when a foul ball came right at him. fortunately he had a clipboard so it protected him. wow. >> like a cup. >> exactly.
>> if he had been wearing -- oh! wow. got him right in his notes. [ laughter ] >> wow! >> ouch. >> that could have been -- >> can you imagine if he had been using the foot selfie? . that would have been bad. >> i love this that thing. >> then you really need help. >> it's fun. if it's $12.99 -- >> i don't know. >> i'm making up a price. >> let's check your weather and see what's going on for today. a lot of heavy rain down to the gulf coast, mid-atlantic states, showers in the northeast, it will be cool and wet over the next several days into wednesday. western third of the country looks spectacular, northern plains into the upper mississippi river valley. another great day tomorrow. that same region. flood threat, they have a drut going on but they're getting rain at once. also the southeastern atlantic coast and wet weather in the northeast. heat warnings in the southwest and again another fantastic day
in the pacif that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. right here at home it's cloudy in washington. there are rain drops on the south side of the beltway into southern maryland and rain up along the pennsylvania boarder so make sure to have your umbrella today. current temperatures, low 70s across the area. won't budge much for the rest of the day. mid-70s with thunder possible but not much of a severe weather threat. cloudy and cool for most of the work week but turning nice and warm and dry in time for the weekend. >> that is your latest weather. up next, inside some rarely seen celebrity homes from faith hill and tim mcgraw's island retreat to ellen pompeo's beach and barn. all take within a foot camera. your vip tour starts right out. oh, look at that!
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♪ . talk about life-styles of the rich and famous, we're about to take you inside the homes and spaces of some of hollywood's biggest stars. >> the folks at "architectural digest" magazine got rare access inside these homes. here to give us a peek is the editor-in-chief. everybody is talking about these hem homes. m and faith hill, is it really their own island? >> yes, this is a private island in the bahamas.
they bought in the 2003 and structure. it's eight pavilions all open to the outside. it's very indoor/outdoor living. it's the best fantasy of island life but there's no one on it except them. it's good to be faith and tim and their kids. they enjoy it, they love being there. i think it's their happy place. >> and they worked to bring the indoors out doors and vice versa. >> it's eight pavilions, totally open. the retractable doors, it's inside, all bleached out in white, very natural. a lot of wood accents. tim made the point that it blends in with the environment. i think it's fantasy island. >> gorgeous. >> nobody lives there except them. >> maybe they'll airbnb it. >> that would be a dream. >> moving to long island, ellen pompeo's house on the north shore. >> this is a beautiful house at the hamptons that she uses at thanksgiving with her family and a month or two in the summer.
it's a great modern barn. completely family-friendly. you can spill on it, thki have k have wet swimsuits. it's very indoor/outdoor. you can see she went with very dark paint inside which gives it a cozy feeling and a sense of depth. she said she was concerned if it would close it up but it makes a depth and coziness and they use it at thanksgiving in the winter. >> another one that grabbed my attention, a work space, gwenyth paltrow's work space that she uses for her web site goop. >> this is the goop headquarters in santa monica, it used to be a warehouse and she enlisted restoration hardware to remake it and it's really a dreamy open space for the whole community that works at goop. she pointed out to "ad" that they spent more time here than at home and she wanted everyone to feel at home and comfortable. it has an open kitchen and incredible lighting. >> fun place to work. in l.a., laura dern. her house is spectacular as well.
>> yes, laura dern with "ad" on the web site. it's very indoor/outdoor. she told us she had the dream of living in a tree house. this is an amazing lush jungle-like environment a she opened it up. she thought the house was too dark so she added skylights and big windows and opened it up to the outdoors which you can see and it does have the tree house feel. >> it fits right into the trees there. >> let's squeesz ee's squeeze . molly simms. >> molly said it had to be 100% kid proof and she started l her decorator by pouring green juice on the fabric samples. look at this view of the canyon. >> where is this? >> this is in l.a. but it feels like they're in the countryside and totally indoor/outdoor. the other thing is she uses her house to film her youtube videos and as a backdrop for her business.
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power the companies that power our economy. it's graduation season and that got us feeling nostalgic. we decided to head back to school. >> we each had the chance to return to our old stomping grounds and you got relive your college days. >> this was a fun one. i loved the four years i spent at northwestern university. i studied journalism. i not only began my career there, but it was also the start of some life long relationships so i couldn't wait to see what campus life is like now. i graduated from northwestern university outside of chicago nearly 20 years ago. looking back, i can say my four years there were incredible and the students we talked with feel the same way about the school. >> it's exceeded expectations. >> northwestern is a very diverse campus as well. >> it's a place where people can
pursue their ambitions and still take the time to care for other. >> i couldn't have said it better. it feels like a good time to return to my old stomping grounds. so this is my first dorm, we called it park, the public affairs residential college. i want to knock on the door of one of my old dorm rooms and see who is in there. i should at least come bearing gifts. one thing hasn't changed, four floors, no elevator. >> hi! how are you? can i give you a hug and you don't even know me? i just shared this room with two people. you have it all to yourself? what's your name? >> i'm sofia. >> let me give you a present. my bed was right here. i'm feeling kind of emotional. you're so lucky to have your own room. >> i know! this might be one of the coolest things that's ever happed me. >> big things happen on the campus of northwestern university. let me set the stage. it was 1997, i was coming out of this dorm, i was walking right
here and a car pulls up and a school touring the campus and he asked me for directions. turns out, it was my future husband. i decided to meet up with one of the student tour guides. >> hi, sheinelle, i'm drew, welcome home. >> he said welcome home! >> let's go. >> let's do it. >> let's go on a tour. >> free sno-cones. >> you're the class of 2020. i'm the class of the 2000. >> wow! >> did we really need all that? wait a minute, this is iconic! >> it is, do you remember? >> i have pictures of when we painted the rock. >> such a fun tradition. >> for decades students have painted the rock overnight for the entire campus to see the next morning. drew, this was awesome, thank you so much. >> this is tv news, by students for students. >> those are numbers that northwestern administrators want to beat next year. i studied journalism and these
students are doing it, too. this is, like the best time. you have great resources, this is one of the best journalism schools in the country. out of all of you, who you know is going to be on tv. >> isabel. >> isabel? >> we produce the show every single tuesday and it's a half hour show so we go out and report. do you have any advice? >> ask for what you want, take what you get, use what you get to get what you want. reporting live from norweer news repos. i was a cheerleader all throughout high school but when i got to college i felt like you guys were too big time for me because i couldn't tumble. this is my moment after 20 years. >> one, two, three, four, five, six, seven and eight. >> i'm rey. go cats! >> i'm at honorary cheerleader. before my day back at school
came to an end i h last stop. this is probably my favori place on campus, my husband would ultimately propose in this spot. but the one thing i never did and i always wanted to do was spray paint a rock. so now i'm doing love this place. >> what were you spray painting. >> sj. it's hard with a thick can of spray paint but i was never able to do in the college. >> that was awfully cool. >> it was a lot more emotional than i thought because i remember going there bright eyed and bushy tailed not knowing what's expected in life and you leave -- >> and the difference now looking back is how monumental it was in your life. >> let's look at that picture one more time. >> oh, my gosh, that was my first standup. i told you about the freshman 15, i got it within the first three weeks. >> and your clothes areti -- i'm glad you wear clothes that fit now. >> i planned this. there was a gap, i was like i need a reporter jacket and i wanted a collar. that was my moment.
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>> so good girls. >> good morning. >> nice to have you here. >> this is everyone's nightmare when you think abou would i ever swim with sharks and it happened. then the fact that it's all underwater. what was it like il somethg eryou' ju underwater the whole time? >> exhausting. it was a rigorous shoot and i think both mandy and i had no idea what we'd gotten ourselves into but by the end it we had a real affinity for the water and we got used to it and loved it. >> 95% of this movie takes place underwater and that was what was so compelling to us was this physical and emotional challenge of shooting underwater. it's really a story of survival and the far scarier premise is being trapped at the bottom of the ocean with a limited amount of air. >> did you have scuba experience
before you did thi >> no. >> >> we had a crash course, an afternoon in a swimming pool in los angeles and then we were on our way. >> this movie is fantastic. i'm all about "my best friend's wedding" and "knotting hill." this starts out with two sisters on vacation, one having problem with her marriage so you can relate to her but before you know it it's -- you guys hold this movie on your own. and how would i handle it? it's like what would you do? it's completely out of control. >> there are all these extenuating factors and circumstances, layer upon layer of problem after problem. we're trapped, we have an hour's worth of air. >> and we think we know where the movie is going to go. >> but we're not sure. >> how often would you come up while you're --
>> for air. >> toan >> we would go down with an entire tank and surface once the tank was almost finished? >> about 30, 40 minutes. >> an hour to an hour and a half depending on how much we were exerting ourselves. but about seven weeks underwater. >> you didn't hav to worry about decompression? >> we did. >> because a movie like this has never been done before with actors spending this amount of consecutive time underwater they didn't know what the effects were going to be. >> that's crazy! >> but we're here. >> i scuba dived and i would never do anything like that. >> but we were also in a tank, we were only 20 feet underte >> doesn'lo like. >> it it's believable. people do that. they get in a cage they're told they're protected and then you come back up.
>> i've done love shots underwater trying to hard. the muscle control your stomach and to try to not sound breathy, was it a challenge? >> it was a lot we never -- i had some experience in a tank but acting underwater -- >> trying to cry with a mask on is really odd. you can't wipe your tears away. >> your mask starting to fog up. >> before you leave, i feel like our viewers would attack us if we didn't ask you, "this is us." will we find out how jack died sooner than later? >> we're going back to work in six weeks and i've been told early on in the season that there will perhaps be some answers. >> perhaps. perhaps. >> he got eaten by a shark, isn't that crazy? >> he was in a tank, he went underwater and they didn't fix the top. >> insane. >> i hate when that happens.
>> you guys are great. >> mandy moore, claire holt, friday, june 16. a great father's day gift, take your dad to see these young ladies in a tank with sharks. that says father's day, better than a tie, i'll tell you that. let's look at your week ahead. we have heavy rain starting in the mid-atlantic states into the gulf that will be wet. plains going to be hot out west, spectacular weather. as we move into the midweek period, looking for more cool damp weather. some areas wednesday may pick up five to seven inches. beautiful weather in the pacific northwest and then we flip the script by friday, we're getting nicer weather and the weather starts deteriorate ago bit out west. that's what's going on around the country, here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning. 73 degrees and cloudy but there is rain just to the south of the district, a little light rain trying to move into the bottom
of the beltway, otherwise down 95 we have light rain off county, warrenton and the shenandoah valley light rain. so today, scattered showers around, keep the umbrella with you. tomorrow and even wednesday and thursday we're not getting out of the 70s but we dry out and warm up as we go into your weekend. 90s next week. >> that's your latest weather, thanks so much. up next, if you could take the best desserts and put them all together in one dish it's like a beautiful frankenstein of desserts. wait until you see the sweet treat we're making with the secret ingredients -- doughnuts. after these messages. nscreen! i wonder who... . we're gonna need some reinforcements...quick. copy that. walgreens makes it easy when summer needs a little help. your summer base camp is just around the corner so you can get in, out and back to those summer shenanigans. walgreens.
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>> and if you want to maple syrup. >> or if you want them to sleep late -- just kidding. it's a smoke. it's a joke! gosh. >> i can see the tweets now. >> i know. >> we got a little cinnamoin here and we t so salt and you whisk that together, let that simmer and let that reduce by about a third and then we have the finish here. it's delicious, nice and thick. >> we have half of it over pineapple rings. and you're going to let that sit and seep in for 20 minutes and turn it over and here you have the finished pineapple. we'll put this on the grill. >> great idea. >> listen to that. >> what? >> so good. >> what is happening? >> this is unbelievable. >> you are the master of the grill, you want to let that go
for five to seven each side depending on the thickness. you'll get these nice char marks. you see that, you flip them over. >> and in all seriousness, most of the alcohol would cook off. >> seriously, you're not endangering your children but you probably want to go with maple syrup. >> you can taste the rum. >> you can still taste it. this is adult time fun. maple syrup for the kids. >> >> so now you have your krispy kreme like doughnuts. >> go with something nice and glazed and fresh and put those right on the grill nice and hot and then i love this because it gets so caramelized. >> and if they're a day old this brings them jack? because you were telling me before like you used to grill these. >> that's right. i used to do this, when debra was expecting ining laila, thi her crave. >> it softens them up. this cooks quickly.
you have to watch it because the your toast earlier, you know what i'm saying, when it got a little charred. we don't want to do that with the doughnut. >> we like that word, charred. >> so you start to see how the marks start coming in real quickly. then the sugar melts down, it's insane. then we have these perfect ones and we'll assemble them. you put a half down, get ice cream in there get a nice scoop in there on top. >> so cut them in half? i just use the whole doughnut. >> oh just go for it, right? then we take the pineapple, get that in there. >> did i just finish this? >> i kind of feel like you're going in. it's breakfast, there's a doughnut in there. >> i won't eat that much. >> not that bad. >> why is that? >> it's perfect. >> it's the lightness of the yeast doughnuts. >> very airy. >> then you want to put sauce over the top. >> of course you do.
>> because why >> how would we have forgotten that. >> jocelyn, thank you so much, if you want the recipe, go to today food recipes, today.com/food. we're back in a moment, but first this is "todon. eat your heart out, home od "tay" o. ralph northam: being a pediatrician has taught me to listen carefully. i'm ralph northam, and when survivors of the virginia tech shooting asked me to support an assault weapons ban and close the gun show loophole, i took on the fight. i saw what those weapons can do as an army doctor during the gulf war. now, i'm listening carefully to donald trump, and i think he's a narcissistic maniac. whatever you call him, we're not letting
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touching five female students over several years. more scattered showers around right now. even around the district near the beltway and even down south as you get towards fredericksburg and towards 81 in the shenandoah valley. today expect scattered showers to hang around, temperatures in the mid-70s. temperatures around 70 by wednesday and thursday, have the umbrella. but into the weekend sunny and warmer. look at these 90s next week. eun? >> that will be hot. thank you, sheena. coming up on news 4 midday, we'll have the latest developments following the london terror attack. see you at 11:00. restlessness... extreme anxiety... pacing... a constant urge to move. if someone you know is suffering from schizophrenia they may also be struggling with akathisia:
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