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good morning. good morning. swept away. >> holy macker ral. >> a powerful flash flood rips through a popular -- -- washington grid locked and why he's calling president trump reckless when it comes to saving the planet. hearing ofe
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simpson's hearing with the parole board just days away and due to overwhelming interest it will be broadcast live. this morning the scorecard that will determine if he stays behind bars or walks free. all those stories plus living on the edge, more homes at risk of being scal lode by that massive sinkhole. a run away boat creates chaos. >> whoa, whoa, oh no. >> and roger on a roll. . roger federer wins his record 8th wimbledon crown, so what's easygoing to do now? join us right here monday july 17th, 2017. from abc news, this is "td, mat lawyer and savannah guthrie live from one a rock fell letter center. good morning and welcome
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>> if you're celebration this morning, your interview with roger fetter is going to be a hard hitting cross-examination of the champion. >> there may be a few blogs but we've got a lot to get to this morning and let's start with the news that developing story in arizona where there are new flooding fears following that deadly flash flood over the weekend. nbc miguel is there with the very latest on this. good morning to you, miguel. >> reporter: savannah, good morning. locals say the water came out of nowhere cascading all across this area taking two lives near here. imagine river powerful enough to carry away trees and mud and also claim many more lives. >> oh my god it's coming right at us. >> the summer day on arizona river turned deadly in minutes. >> holy macker ral. >> and
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by a sudden wave of water, a river of dangerous water. >> the flash flood came through and washed 14 people away from the camp. >> nearly an inch of rain fell in just over an hour turning what is normally a gentle creek into a raging river carry a catastrophic wall of mud, water, and debris. >> they lost ten people. >> aechlder was hiking with friends when the water hit. >> it was calm and then 20 seconds there was no warning at all the water just started rushing down. >> four people were rescued, nine others ranging in age from 2 to 60 were killed. many of the victims part of this family. >> it killed my brother and his son. he has to be found. he has to be with them. >> the
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overwhelmed. >> you can see him there. and they told us he was pulling my any of knew -- nephew danny but he let him go and it's not his foult. >> this morning first responders will be back on the ground and in the air searching for this young father. flash floods aren't uncommon in arizona this time of the year, but this one is different. the rain hit ground scorched by a wildfire in june. the land stripped and bare, mud and debris coming ator present in one of the worst flash floods in arizona history. >> reporter: and the danger isn't over. we face more powerful month soonz. overnight we had lightning and steady rain. we'll see more of that across the phoenix area today and search teams will be looking for that last victim in the same type of weather conditions that took so many
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>> our thoughts are with them. thank you very much. >> this morning a start of another busy week in washington. at the white house there are new developments in that crory over donald trump junior's russian meeting. while on capitol hill senate republicans are dealing with an unexpected new delay in their fight to replace obamacare. we'll talk about it all with former vice president al gore in just a moment but first nbc national correspondent peter alexander is at the white house for us. good morning. >> reporter: with donald trump hitting his six-month mark, it's still until overdrive in the wake of those unlenting headlines about donald trump junior and russians pitched as a download on dirt about hillary clinton. all of it take a toll now on the president's standing. >> with the president back in washington, it's his legal team doing most of the talking on donald trump junior's russia meeting. >> the meeting and what took place on the meeting based on all the information you just said is not a violation of any law, statute,
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>> private lawyer jay sec cue low arguing nothing about the meeting was improper. >> i wondered why the secret service if this was that farrous why'd the secret service let these people in. >> they say he he was not a protectee in june 2016. even with the president hiring a veteran d.c. attorney for a russian response inside the white house, his outside counsel deflected when asked if any russian meetings are still undisclosed. >> none that i nov but i represent the president of the united states, but donald trump junior said not in the context of formal meetings. >> top democrats remain skeptical. >> we can't accept anythingon junior says and we can't accept anything the president says either. >> mr. trump's latest performance review unflattering his approval rating following to 36%, the lowest level for any president at any point in his term since shorterly after world war i. >>
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almost 40% is not bad at this time again trying to shift the foc douse hillary clinton and accusing the media of distorting democracy. no repeal and replace vote this week, this time following unexpected surgery for senator john mccain who's rufrg aftecov after having a blood clot removed from above his eye. republicans are postponing the vote until his return. >> there are about eight to ten republican senators who have serious concerns about this bill and so at the end of the day i don't know whether it will pass. >> so the bottom line, some republicans now worry the delay will make the task of winning enough support even harder with opponents looking to capitalize on this gap. also beginning today the white house is tauting another theme week this time it's made in america. they say they're going to celebrate the
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products made state by state and also allows them to talk about the rolling back of regulations. >> thanks. former vice president al gore is with us now he's out with a new documentary and book and i convenient sequel and follow up to his documentary and "inconvenient truth". first his take on the headlines out of washington this morning. mr. vice president good to have you with us. >> good morning, willie. >> i couldn't help but notice that you were open mind the day after donald trump was elected president. in fact you went to trump tower and metd with him in december to talk about climate change put had hope that maybe he could be helpful on that issue. this week marks six months since the trump administration was sworn into office. how's he doing? >> well, our country's going through a challenging time for sure. we've never had a president who's deliberately made decisions, the effect of which is to tear down america's standing in the world starting
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agreement, the climate crisis is, by far, the most serious challenge we face. but he's also undermined our alliances such as nato and hurt our standing in the world in many ways. so it's going to be the months ahead will be a test for the american people. we've got to get through this. >> when you stand in that room with him in december in trump tower, did you feel like you may have persuaded him on the issue of climate change? >> well, i've respected the privacy of the conversations i've had with the president. i will say that he was certainly attentive, they were pleasant exchanges, and i hoped that he would come to his senses on the paris agreement, but i was wrong. >> have you spoken to him since the withdraw on june 1st? >> no, i have not. >> what about russia, mr. vice president? this is an issue that's been a dark cloud over the trump administration going back before. >> yeah. >> i was elected. what are your specific concerns based on what you know and what
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well, you have to start with the baseline facts that sometimes get pushed into the background ands that is that the cia and all of the other u.s. intelligence organizations are unanimous in saying there was an unprecedented assault on our democracy directed by russia, apparently ordered by vladimir putin. and that they hacked, illegally hacked into e-mails and other accounts and then weaponized that information in a very deliberate effort to try to turn the election toward donald trump. and so everything that's coming out now has to be seen in that context and for me, i have so much confidence as i think almost everybody does in bob mueller, the independent counsel, it's great our country has a man like him that everybody can rely on. whatever they o
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confidence in it. >> as you say, most people including the intelligence agency say there was russia interference in the election. the question is, did the trump campaign have a hand in that interference. we got e-mails from donald trump jr. himself that showed he walked into a meeting under the pretext of getting information about hillary clinton from a russian attorney. do you believe that the trump campaign worked with the russian government or some russian entity to put its thumb on the scale of that election. >> well, the disclosures last week are certainly some of the most troubling that we've seen in a while. again, i think it's best to wait for bob mueller. john mccain and by the way i wish him very well in his recovery, he said it's another shoe dropping from the centipede. there are going to be a lot more disclose yours ahead if it follows the pattern of all these leaks from apparently inside the white house. >> i'm curious to know, mr. vice president, because you were one of only two living people on this planet who can appreciate what it's like to win the
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presidential election. have you spoken to secretary clinton since that? >> i suspect she'll be fine, but our country, as i said earlier, is going to face some challenging months ahead. >> we've got a lot more to talk about with former vice president al gore. that film "inconvenient sequel" hitting theaters soon. we'll talk to you in just a bit. savannah. >> thank you. we've got a lot more to get to this morning, including this. organizers calling it a nieft healing, hundreds of family, friends and community members gathered last night to remember the four men whose bodies were found last week on a farm in bucks county, pennsylvania. mourners prayed, sang, and lit candles. two men are charged in the murders, 20-year-old cosmo dinardo pleetded guilty to four counts of criminal homicide. his cousin sean kratz admitted his involvement in three of the killings in what apoorz to be a series of drug deals gone bad. and now to
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lake. three people thrown from a boat including the driver leading to a frantic attempt to stop that boat. >> reporter: terrifying moments on indiana's lake gauge when a day of summer fun suddenly turned dangerous. a 21-foot moto boat inout of co behind the wheel. >> it's like a tornado, you're not quite sure which way it's going to go. >> investigators say it all started when 20-year-old dominique heen, gler was operating the boat at a high speed turn throwing all ten people on the boat into the water. officers later arrested her for boating while intoxicated, causing injury, and being a minor in possession of alcohol. >> it was coming closer and closer to shore. >> after the accident the run away boat kept speeding closer to shore nps conservation
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two sheriff's deputies managed to throw a rope around the propeller attempting to slow it down. it then slammed into a dock before crashing into the back of carlisle's patrol boat. the boat eventually slowing down enough for carlisle to jump on board and regain control. >> you're not thinking you're just trying to plan as best you can to do it in a safe manner and be successful. >> reporter: quick-thinking action preventing any further tragic. for today, morgan rad ford, nbc news. a delicate situation still playing out in florida. a massive sinkhole swallowed two homes over the weekend and others close to the edge. we're in land doe lakes with more. >> reporter: good morning. the earth opened here in lan doe lakes without worth. if i had a better pitching arm i'd take this r
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because as we look above it looks deceptively shallow that's because on the surface there's all sorts of debris like fiberglass and building material. but it's 50 feet deep and it's continuing to going down that's why it's so deceptive. >> this morning the terrifying sinkhole that swallowed two homes near tampa. >> it's literally eating the house like completely. >> has a community in shock. >> they say it hasn't gotten bigger in the last day and a half. residents breathe a sigh of relief but still nervous. >> in our minds that's not a hundred percent guaranteed. >> this morning two homes destroyed, five others on the edge remain under evacuation. authorities say those residents can go back today just to recover some belongings. >> 30 minutes at a time, maybe an hour to get those items and come back out that is safe. >> the
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225 feet in diameter and 50 feet deep. you could almost fit a 747 jumbo jet down there now filled with water and debris that began beneath a boat last friday. it's known as sinkhole alley since there are so many here. in 2013 another sleep hole opened up swallowing a man as he vept in his bedroom his body was never recovered. and a sinkhole took down part of this resort hotel near disney world. tear fooig fied tourists losing items but escaped with their lives. the cleanup could take months, the emotional damage must -- much longer. >> picture leaving for work like many americans do and coming back and there's nothing left. >> the big question this morning has this sinkhole stopped growing? and geologist say they just don't know. back to you. >> thanks so much.
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check on the weather. good morning. >> so you ever have anything happen good from a colonial mass ejection? >> what. >> it's a solar flair. >> okay. >> so we've got absolutely beautiful to show you. there's northern lights. >> al, you're trying to get us fired. we need this job. >> look at that. how beautiful is of that. that's in western south dakota and because of all the magnetic resonance going on pr that core ronnal mass ejection we get to see the northern lights. very neat. and probably see it again tonight. look at that big dome of high pressure, we've got another massive heat dome developing that's going to be causing big problems in the midsection of the country right on into the end of the week. for tomorrow, it's going to feel like 100 in kansas city, over 100 in st. louis, nashville, little rock, dallas, and oklahoma city. and right into
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a heat index of 113 in st. louis but all these cities and everywhere in between it's going to feel like over 100 because not only is it going to be hot, but a lot of moisture coming up out of the gulf cause a lot of humidity. we're going to get to your local weather in the next 30 seconds. good morning it's 7:18 on a monday, temperatures still in the mid to upper 60s in the shen doa valley where rain chances will
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lower 70s around town. we'll oeshl officially put a 30% chance on rain chances in the step today, best chances will be up in the shen doa valley. it's going to get hot and stay hot near nooind 90 today and tomorrow but mid-90s for wednesday, thursday, and friday. >> and that's your latest weather, willie. core ron nal something -- not okay. is o.j. simpson about to be granted parole. >> and a lot to like, why facebook founder mark zuckerberg has a few billion reasons to smile this morning. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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get a $40 ticket. check of your forecast is next, stay with us. right now a look at the traffic, guys. tab a look at the beltway inner loop and outer loop of the beltway just fine. 66 and 95 okay, little slow inbound 66 through manassas this morning. prince george's county don't have any reports of issues there. inbount 14th street bridge typically slow. spnchts now we're going to take a break and then check your forecast. >> stay with us. >spnchts now wee a break and then check your forecast. >> stay with us. >spnchts now we take a break and then check your forecast. >> stay with us. >spnchts now we take a break and then check your forecast. >> stay with us. now we're goin break and then check your forecast. >> stay with us.
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nice day to be outside so far. on the mild and humid side. temperatures mostly in the low to mid-70s currently. there is a chance for isolated shower around the metro area but slightly higher chances in the shen doa valley. you can ease our interactive feature on our weather app. another chance for showers coming up tomorrow before we a
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mid-90s for wednesday, thursday, and friday. >> thank you. another local news update for you in about 25 minutes. for now, back to the "today show" after this short break.
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we're back, 7:30, monday morning. the 17th of july, 2017. good morning to all of you, nice to have you along. >> reporter: >> and willie's in for matt. >> it's a busy morning. at least one person still missing this morning after a flash flood rushed through a popular swimming hole in arizona. at least nine people, including adults and children were killed. four others were rescued. the region bracing for even more rain this morning. there are new issues impacting a possible vote on the senate republicans healthcare bill. the congressional budget office was supposed to release its analysis today but that has been delayed and the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says there's not going to be any vote
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mccain recovers from surgery which he had on friday to remove a blood clot from above his left eye. and caitlyn jenner is considering a run for the u.s. senate representing the state of california. the former gold medallist and transgender activist making that announcement on sunday during a radio interview. she says she plans to make the decision within the next six months or so. all right. now to what will be one of this week's most watched events, oj simpson who's serving time for a robbery is set to make his case for freedom to a nevada parole board. and there's so much anticipation surrounding it the hearing will be tell advised live. joe fryer has that story. >> i'm sorry for what has happened. >> reporter: like he did four years ago, he will tell a parole board this thursday why he thinks he should be released from prison. >> i gave them my word that i would try to be or would be the best prisoner they've ever had here. and i think for the most part i've kept my word on that. >> reporter: the hearing will be broadcast life takin
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two locations. simpson will be at the lovelock correctional city in nevada appearing by video conference in friechbt parole board 130 miles away in carson city. the hearing will include a risk assessment using a scorecard that are factors in things like age at first arrest, disciplinary conduct over the past year. during his 2013 hearing, he was deemed a low risk and granted parole on some of his charges. at the time he told commissioners he mopped floors in the prison gym, coached sports teams and umpired games. >> i advise a lot of guys and i like to feel that i kept a lot of trouble from hang since i'pp i've been here. >> reporter: simpson has served nine years from robbing two sports memorabilia dealers in a las vegas hotel. >> if it doesn't hitt fit, you must acquit. >> the hearing has no connection to the nine 94 murders of his ex-wife nicole brown a
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goldman. one of the key figures in that case was his house kbeft if the we caught up over the weekend with him. >> i think for the crime that he committed he paid his due and i think people that he had paid even over his due on that crime. and i think he will be pab rolled. >> if paroled, he could leave prison as early as october 1st. we all remember the trial of the century, watching that on television now pat role hearing of the century. >> yeah. and the da who actually prosecuted oj simpson in this case said they believe they will get parole because nine years is plenty of time for a robbery. that's one take. >> that's an interesting case. that's the prosecutor. also this morning facebook founder mark zuckerberg has some reasons to smile. >> not only is his family beginning to grow, but his pockets are too. nbc thomas roberts is here with more on all of that. >> good morning. and,
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people actively use facebook every month and as the website grows so do the profits with zuckerberg's status with one of the world's highest ranking billionaires now reaching greater heights. >> for facebook's mark zuckerberg there's a lot to like this morning. he just became the sixth richest person on the planet pulling done a net worth of $66.7 billion. coming in behind, bill gates, amazon's jeff bezos and warren buffett among others. >> we have a lot more do here. >> the social media tight tan surging ahead by earning 3.5 billion in 5 days after facebook stom stock value soared last week. they're once again expressing confidence as the ceo pushes the company in new directions. >> let's do this. >> after taking foois facebook public in 2012, zuckerberg spoke wk matt. >> there's no way when we were getting started with that this twhie have ever thought
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around me would be able to be a part ever something like this. it's incredible. >> the billionaire is also prepare to celebrate the birth of his second daughter. sharing his first photo of himself and pregnant wife pricilla chan over the weekend, the pair standing on top of an alaskan glacier earlier this month in what he calls one of his favorite shots. after their first daughter was born in 2016, they pledged to donate 99% of their lucrative shares to charity. pricilla said their daughter won't be getting her own facebook account. >> smeel have to wait until these 13 when she's old enough to have one. >> no special treatment. >> dpaktly. >> he also shared photos of his trip to montana, part of his critical challenge to learn about all 50 states and issues facing americans. now it has fueled speculation about a possible future in
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and we all know they are never running for president. >> until they're running for president. >> i am so distracted by your do will ganger photo out there, this san fsu mom, ways reading her lips, she misses her son mat. >> you got that? >> we were wondering about that. >> that say good looking boy. >> it does look like you. >> i was very distracted. >> thank you, thomas. >> where's your hoodie you always wear your hood dip. >> i had to retire it today because i was going to be onset with you so i dressed up. >> let us go over to mr. al, check out the weather, hi. let's look and show you right now we've got some activity firing up around upstate new york and in fact we have a risk for some strong storms, 5 million people at risk in the northeast, hail, damaging winds and possibility, small possibility of a tornado or two. out in the plains we've got severe scatters storms, possible wind damage and hail as well. weak funnel system pushi
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bringing more storms to the interior section, upstate new york, and on into pennsylvania. rainfall amounts 1 to 3 inches out through the plains. locally heavy rain in central new york with upwards of 2 to 4 inches possible in local spots. that's what's going on around the country, here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. good morning we're already up 77 degrees. now we still have those clouds through the but it's going to be a hot afternoon. most of the area about the low 70s to mid-70s but later on today will be in the 90s. 91 for high temperature, chance of a stray afternoon shower, so not everyone will see this but if you're out at the pool with the kids or if you're in the backyard, just keep in mind, keep your eye in the sky. tomorrow very much like today, 91 degrees, slight chance of a storm. the rest of the week no rain release but it gets hot. >> any time you need today go to the weather channel on cable. guys. thank you very much. just ahead,
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love them all equally sore this one extra special? >> they all feel different. i won the first one here 14 years ago and it's so long ago now that i'm like not even sure how it felt anymore, i just remember it was like a dream come true. whereas this time around i came in as, you know, the favorite and things were different this time around. and i'm a father of four, and i don't know, it's crazy and it feels so, so amazing to be holding a trophy again because i wasn't sure if i was going to have the chance again to win wimbledon and i made it now and broke history at wimbledon winning my eighth. it's good times right now. >> that's what was so special with it, watching the moment you clenched it, you could see the joy and relief and then there was a moment on the sidelines, roger, where it seemed to kind of hit you and the tears came a little bit. if you could take us through that moment, what it felt like inside to realize against all odds her
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>> i guess honestly what was very emotional then in that very moment is that i was just so deeply touched by my performance from the beginning of the tournament from the end, the love from the crowd and then i looked up in the stands, i saw my kids ant boys for the first time coming out on center court and knowing how much center court means to me and seeing them, like, not knowing what was going on. and then the girls were there too, my wife was emotional, it just really hit me and then started to sink in that i was wimbledon champion for real. >> i hope you saw the video of your little boys because two stars are born. actually four stars. they were making some serious funny faces. >> oh, really. i'll have to see more of it. >> watching the match there was this moment with your opponent, an excellent player who was suffering from some kind of injury and i don't know if you've had the chance to see the video now, but it was clear he was just having a moment where he was overcome by emotion. and finding himself
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and i think every heart went out to him. and i wondered how someone like you feels in that moment. >> i don't know if you could see it, but, you know, that was a situation where i think it would have been easy for you to feel bad or get distracted. >> yeah. >> how did you feel and what does that say about the pressure of these final matches? >> well, i think it's pressure is brutal, you know, on the athletes and we sometimes underestimate how much is going on in terms of just trying to cope with everything. the good thing is i didn't see him really actually breaking down crying on the court during the match because i think that would have rocked my boat. i was told that he had a big blister on his foot that really hurt him and i've had that stuff too. it's nasty and hurts a lot. so i think he was, you know, he was great. he fought hard, he's a nice guy. in the moment itself i was really focused and try to do my thing and not get too carried away and not care about him but worry about my game. that's what you have to do
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you don't want your mind to start wond zblerg that's the game face. >> i don't know if you've bin formed but i may be your number one superman fan not just because you're an excellent tennis player but because you seem to be such a sincere and excellent sport and so many people -- >> thank you, i've been told. thank you so much for your support you're too kind. >> i don't know if you know this, but my 2-year-old daughter a little girl named veil loves you very much and we were watching your semifinal i wanted to show you a little piece of that tape i took. >> okay, sure. >> you miss today do it again. >> roger, roger, roger, roger, roger. >> oh my god. >> she's a roger federer fan too. >> she is. it's in her dna. it is absolutely in her dna. thank you so much and i'm glad to see you holding the trophy. i wanted you to know i've been holding my tennis racket during this entire interview. >> oh my god. okay, great. thank you very much, savannah. >> he said your name. you said thank you very much
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savannah. i wore red for switzerland, i put swiss cheese on my breakfast sandwich. >> take the rest of the morning off. >> he's such a great player and is he a great sport and that's truly why i admire him so much. and i think everyone on the tour loves him too, so i'm in good company have some i've never seen you quite like this, in all the years this is special. >> it's funny because they were saying like you were a real dork around duran duran, i said that's fine i love duran duran. but that was 30 years ago in the is a live crush, this is happening in realtime. >> and europing veil into it. >> congratulations. let's check in on carson. what's next. >> i'm ordering a crane to pick her jaw up off the floor. guys, delta just pushed back in a big way against a twitter rant aimed at the airlines but first these messages. when it comes to reducing the sugar in your family's diet coke, dr. pepper, and pepsi hear you
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playing out in a very public place. carson's in the orange room with that story. >> good morning, guys. if twitter's good for anything it's a good rant. that's what ann colton did on sunday slamming and berating delta air lines that saw they're booted from a prebooked seat with extended legroom. colt ter making sure that everybody knew about her suite change taking this photo writing delta didn't give my extra room seat to an air marshal or tall person, here's the woman giving my prebooked seat before adding they spend all this month on beautiful air krafrt and then hired nurse racheta as flight attendant. all this tweeting of gors getting delta's attention. they respond we're sewing you did not set of preferred seat you paid and will refund you $30. but additionally your insults about our other customers and ploip ears are unacceptable and unnecessary. the airline saying she remained in the same row it was just a different seat. of course people n
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at coulter for lash be out at delta. i think that we should ban each and every ann coulter from flying until we figure out what's going on. while some people defended her and brought politics into it. liberals are showing their true colors again by discriminating against her for being a trump support pert suzy points out ionny. ann coulter made a lot people defend an airline and for that we can never forgive her. that's what's shaking on twitter over the weekend. >> thank you very much. coming up why the duke and duchess of cambridge are bringing nare kpi-- their kids along on a diplomacy tour. you can embrace the chance of completely clear skin with taltz. on a diplomacy tour. re -- their on a diplomacy tour. e -- their on a diplomacy tour. -- their kn a diplomacy tour. -- their kids a diplomacy tour. their kids ala diplomacy tour. their kids alon diplomacy tour. their kids along diplomacy tour. of their psoas
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this is a news 4 today news break. 7:56 is your time now on this monday, july 17th, 2017. good morning to you. we're going to get right to melissa mollet with your first 4 traffic. right now northbound branch avenue the ramp to the beltway have a crash on the right side of the roadway. beltway looking okay, connecticut avenue we willer road have a crash reported there this morning and westbound little river turnpike at old columbia pike car into a light pole. we also have wires down so right now they're pushing you off of westbound little river turnpike. >> thank you. we'll take a quick break and check your forecast next. stay with us.
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good morning. already up to 78 degrees right now in washington, 73 leesburg, 78 quantico, 72 in clinton. if the kids are head together pool today or if you're heading to the pool it's a good die so. it's going to be hot this afternoon, you'll want the sun block but we also have an isolated storm chance high in the low 90s. tomorrow much of the same. keep an eye to the sky. for the rest of the week we're hot and not much rain relief. >> another local news update for you in 25 minutes but for now back to the "today show" after this.
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it it's 8:00 on "today". coming up on offense. >> the meeting and what took place in the meet, base dollars on all the information you just said is not a violation of any law, statute, or code. >> president trump's lawyer defending donald junior as the record faces low poll numbers. >> plus a fatal shooting. >> my mom is dead because a police officer shot her for reasons i don't know. >>. an australian woman shot and killed outside her minneapolis home by a police officer just days before her wedding. this morning new questions over just what happened. and royal jet setters, prince william, kate, and the kids embark on a five-day
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poland today, monday, july 17th, 2017. i am ready to jump start this monday. are you guys ready? ♪ this is that ice cold michelle pfeiffer, that white gold ♪ >> we've the good three generations want to meet the anchors. >> hi, savannah and willie. ♪ >> so why'd you come all the way to new york? >> because it's the best place in the world. come on, right? ♪ >> they're playing our song, melissa. >> welcome back, everybody, sore nice toss have you along with us. love it. good morning, everybody. willie here, hi there. >> we shared a favorite song. >> oh, yeah, our taste in music. let's get right to the news at 8:
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controversy over his son's russian meeting is only growing more intense. at the same time, there's a new delay to tell you about, in the senated by to replace obamacare. let's get all of the headlines from kristen we will questioner, she's at the white house this morning. >> reporter: the white house is trying to put focus back on the president's agenda casting this as made in america week, but the controversy over that meeting donald trump jr. had with russians is only mounting oversmad doing just about everything else. over the weekend president trump's attorney again flooded the morning shows to defendet president in the wake of new revelations. the meeting included a former soviet counterintelligence officer turned lobbyist. they're arguing why the secret service allowed the attendees into trump tower if they were so nefarious. they're saying donald trump was not a protectee in 2016. this all comes after he face a new low according to
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washington post pole just 36% of americans approve of his job performance that's the lowest rating going back about 70 years. the president tweeting his reaction saying, quote, even though almost 40% is not bad at this time was just about the most inaccurate poll around election time. meanwhile there is no uncertainty for the republican effort to repeal and replace obamacare. majority leader mitch mcconnell is delaying a preliminary vote this week after senator john mccain had an unexpected surgery to remove a blood clot above his left eye. republicans aren't sure they can get the 50 votes they need without senator mccain. savannah. >> kristen we will beinger with all the politics in the white house. now to a deadly shooting in minneapolis that's causing quite a controversy with more questions than answers. >> this morning new questions about what happened when a bride to be was shot and killed outside police outside her home in minneapolis. >> she thought there was something bad happening and next thing i w,
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friend's life. >> the 40-year-old woman from australia who was engaged to an american businessman called 911 on saturday might to report a possible assault nearby. >> people outside on the lawn, she's online with them we're with her now. >> according to "star tribune" two officers responded to the car just before 11:30 p.m. pulling into the alley behind the home where she lives with her fiancee. damon wearing pajamas reportedly went to the driver's side door. as she was talk together driver rrts officer in the passenger seat pulled his gun and shot her. the officer's body cameras were turned off as was the car's dash cam. no weapon was found at the scene. her fiancee and soon to be stepson weren't home at the time. >> my mom is dead because a police officer shot her for reasons i don't know and i demand answers. >> i am heartsick and deeply disturbed and, like you, i also have a lot of questions. i have at
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>> the two officers involved are on paid administrative leave, according to the state bureau of criminal apprehension. more information will be available once initial interviews with participants and any witnesses are complete. meantime, as the questions linger, a community mourns. >> very conscious, loving person put wouldn't associate that with a gunshot in an alley. >> neighbors say the woman who was killed was a spiritual healer kwho led meditation sessions with others of others in minneapolis. television and movie vans are remembering martin landau who died this weekend. he rose to fame on the 1960 spy series "mission impossible" winning a goebl goldgol golden globe. martin landau was 89 years old. >> we have a lot more ahead
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hey, kelly. >> reporter: hello, good morning. the royal family landed here in warsaw just a few minutes ago. prince george needed a little convincing to walk down on to the tarmac with his dad, and the family really didn't stay around here at the airport long. they're already kick off their tour heading for the presidential palace. >> a presidential welcome in warsaw for the royal family. prince william and kate touching down in poland this morning but all eyes were on the littlest royals, prince george and princess charlotte. their five-day european tour kicking off after a busy weekend. they watched roger federer make history with his eight inch wimbledon title sunday, a win worthy of not one but three kisses from kate. and on saturday polo with prince harry, the royal brothers forcing trounds raise money for charity. it's the second official royal tour for
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the third for big brother george who's now 3. toddler royals stole the shot light in canada last year. george and his pony, charlotte and her balloons. at a play date for military families and their children. on his first tour to australia and new zealand, prince george charmed guests at the tender age of 1 and showed the world his cheeky personality. like those trips, george and similar lot will likely spend the days with their nanny while mom and dad work. lake a wreath at a former nazi concentration camp, and watching shakespeare. >> i'm very excited that this occasion -- >> and maybe another chance for george and charlotte to charm the world. >> reporter: and the palace tells us we will see quite a bit of george and charlotte mostly getting on and off planes. they say there's no official play date planned, but guys we've been surprised befor
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back to you. >> all right. it may happen again. thanks. kids, are you ready to trend? >> are we ever. >> it's a big one. >> did you know, did you know that today is world ejoej joejgy day. 60 million emojis are used on the platform every single day. do you wonder which one is the most frooe frequently used? around the world it vaerz. this is the one the u.s. loves it's the ron on the floor laughing one. >> okay. >> in italy, the kissing emoji. for france, the winking emoji. >> okay. >> all right. >> kind of funny the ones that fits the different countries. >> exactly. i was wondering when you picked as your favorite enoejgy. al roker, which do you use the most. >> i don't use them but if you make mic
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mojgy. but i'd go with the sunshine emoji. >> carson. >> i'd probably use the thumbs up one as the most just like a hey, how are you, cool, it's like an all encompassing response. >> is there any other one you like. >> that's pretty much it. >> there it is. >> savannah, what's yours. >> i thought every day was world emoji day but i like the prayer emoj gyp because it could be i hope, thank you. >> that's good. willie what's yours. >> i come from the roker school so i don't use them but i like the bit mojgy but i will go with this guy right here. there we go. >> yeah. that's the mojgy guy. >> that's so fun. >> that's perfect. >> what's yours? >> was torn between the laughing one and this one. awe. >> b
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>> that's cute. >> my how things have changed the last year the red wine glass would have been right there. >> all right. >> carson, how 'bout it. >> we're going to start "game of thrones" i'll try my best thai void any spoilers but season seven the premier broke the internet talking about a new character. one of the naimless should soldiers he's played by ed sheeran. his cameo included dialogue and scenes but that's all i'm going to say about that. the singer shared this selfie from the set on instagram. >> wow. >> another moment fans took to twoirt express their frustrations at issues with the hbo app and the website that prevented people from tuning in. finally "star wars," the whilely anticipated movie "the last jedi" doesn't appear until the end of the year but it's one of the highest ranking video on
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youtube and it includes the late carrie fisher. have a look. >> some of the stuff that happens people are like, oh my god. >> even though i think i know it all, they throw things at me storiwise i never could have imagined. >> it's about family and that's what's so powerful about it. >> shooting "the last jedi before her death and it's complete with outtake and glimpses of new characters. "star wars" the last jedi hits theaters in december and that's it. >> pretty cool. now dashboard cameras aren't exactly popular here in the united states outside of law enforcement but after you watch thank you may want to put one in your car some a pair of insurance scammers we're in the uk and they're caught red handed thoofrpgz a woman having a dashboard cam. check out this guy, he backed in his bike there, rams into the
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bumper jumps up on the hood herself. the woman completely freaked out by what's going on. look at the guy, he says i saw it all, she was at fault. that's when right here she's going to point to i've got a camera right there and both these guys make a run for it. watch this part, one guy runs to the right there, the guy with the bike on the left and he's like hey, this way. and look at that. isn't that crazy? >> what is he a soccer player. >> unbelievable. >> that's good. >> i don't know how much dashboard cams are, but that could be a new gift. >> a smoking gun right there. thank you very much. hello, mr. rokker. >> hello, ladies and gentlemen, let's show what you we've got going on. we have had tragic weather over the weekend that caused the death of all those folks in arizona due to flash flooding. well we still have that condition today. flash flood watches and warnings out for a good portion of arizona. six million people, quick 1 to 2 inches of rain possible. while that doesn't sound like a
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those can ions and the washes it can cause big, big problems. hopefully we don't have a repeat of that again for today. those monsoonal rain continues in the southwest along the west coast, gorgeous day. severe storms up in the northern plains. wet weather and severe weather maketion its way through central new york, central pennsylvania, and it looks like it's going to be a wet day along the gulf coast. that's what's going on around the country. here's your neck of woods. it's going to be a warm and humid morning turning into a hot and humid afternoon. temperatures in the mid to upper 70s across the area now. there will abe chance for a stray shower coming our way this afternoon. not much of a threat around the area but hit and miss showers about a 20 to 30% chance of rain around downtown. otherwise it's going to be hot all week both with a few storms and then dry from wednesday through friday.
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>> all right. thank you so much. now to a brand new series we're calling cutting calories saving cash. auls it's all about your relationship with food and money. research shows that the top two blown budget areas for americans last year were dining out and buying groceries. in fact the cost of food is the second biggest financial concern for american families behind just healthcare. so how you can feed your family without breaking the bank? we have these folks with us together to investigate. >> day one of cutting calories and saving cash. today's focus we're going to show you thousand save some money while shopping for the healthy stuff. >> and we proo paired were which means we ate before we came out groesht relationship store. you do not want to shop hungry. and we made a good old fashioned list which will keep us on track. mine's right on my phone. >> mine's right here. >> i'm going to show you smart stuff to stock in your pantry, your fridge, and your freezer so that you have all the rig
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meals for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. >> and we're going to show you how to get all of these things at a really good price. five now have items for the pantdtry. first beans and lent tells. knut butters, whole grains, ole little oil and vin garz and sauce and soup bases. >> the nice b part about beans and lentles they're so good four, they're loaded with protein and fiber, they're just a low-cost meal. the brands don't matter all that much so just pay attention to whichever one is on sale that week and that's the one you pick up. >> five must have items for the fridge. first, dairy. next up, eggs and eggs substitutes. then condiments and sauces. think hummus and hot sauce. naturally flavored seltzers and of course fruits and veggies. you want to pay attention to which fruits and
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corn on the could be for 50 cents ants year or less in some parts of the country. berries are $2 a container where normally they'd be four or $5. . >> and speak to your produce manager because they know everything. five must will have items forts freezer. frozen fish, poultry, veggies, fruits, nuts and seeds. >> americans floe throw out on average $640 of food every single year, and a lot of that is produce that just goes bad. well, fresh vegetables are fabulous, i also love to take advantage of frozen vegetables because they're picked in the peak of ripeness and all the nutrition, vitamins, minerals, antiox dents are locked in and when you stash it in your freezer you can use them at your leisure. >> what's the total?
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loyalty card ant coupons that i already put on this card, we saved an additional almost $15. >> look at you ladies, you look like chuckles was that fun? >> it was so fun. >> well this is good because this satellite two peetss of the puzzle. let's start with you, joy. what's your take away? what's your rule when you hit the grocery store? >> the first tip to help you organize is to remember this line. never doubt my plan. so that means the end get the nonparishbles first, then d for doubt, dairy, milk, yogurt and chiez. my, the m, meat, that's going to be your beef, poultry and fish in there as well. and lastly it's produce. so frozen and fresh. and the other thing to know is before you go grocery shop, take about ten minutes and make your men knew for the week. specifically dinners, because you want to make sure that you have all the ingredients. >> yeah. >> to make those meals. so the kmek that groceis
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there. >> do the list and the one-stop shopping. you said you saved $15 on your excursion. how'd do you it? >> we shopped for things that were at lower prices and the thing do starting with joy's tip suspect to look at what's on sale that week and then load all of the coupons on to your loyalty card. so our bill would have been a lot more expensive if we hadn't picked the brands that were on sale. if we hadn't picked all of the different things that were at the lower price that week. and you can use web sites like coupons.com and coupon mom.com to load additional coupons on to your loyalty card so you swipe it at the counterand you're just done. finally, use the self check out. >> what's up with that, why? isn't it the same price. >> it is the same price but if you've ever compared a self-check out with the regular check out, it's loaded with all sorts of items they want to you just pick up and buy on impulse and throw in your cart. >> yeah. >> and your.
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batteries, magazines, it all adds up. and research has shown women buy 32% fewer impulse purchases if they do the check out. >> she has saved me a bundle of cash. >> and you say watch where you're going, right? >> yeah. here's a tip. here's a tip. >> what happened here. >> in all fairness i have to say i'm really short and i was reaching for the hot sauce. >> yeah. >> i did the damage. i sort of backed into it and it wasn't cratering down. >> i mean after 20 years here it is no secret that i'm a klutz but there was -- >> mean it e clean up on aisle three, right. >> exactly. >> ladies, thank you so much. they'll be back tomorrow with ways to save time when 2 comes to planning your meals and shopping. willie over to you. >> coming up next, former vice president al gore upon an "inconvenient is he quell"
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this is a news 4 today news break. >> good morning it's 8:26 on this monday, july seven teeth. let's start way look at the roads. ma place mollet has your first 4 traffic. inner loop before root one college park still have a crash report tltd. rest of the beltway looking okay. but outer loop here top of the beltway we are still slow here from an earlier incident. northbound bridge avenue the ramp to the beltway still has that crash along the right side. and westbound little river turnpike at old columbia park car into a light pole. aaron. >> thank you. we will get a check on your forecast when we come back. stay with us.
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plan on plenty of heat, haze and humidity on your monday. temperatures in into the upper 70s already. we have a slight chance for shower or thunderstorm today. 91 downtown and for tomorrow basically repeat performance of today. 70s to start, afternoon highs
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if you're wondering about the weekend, highs again near 90 and chance for shower or storm both days. >> thank you. you can get the latest news or weather anytime, just open the nbc washington app.
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♪ good morning. 8:30, now, on a monday morning. the 17th 8-30 on a monday morning. 17th of july, 2017. little steamy but a good summer day. it's nice to have you along and by the way. >> we've got a reason for them to come back, chris staple ton is going to be right here for special live concert. >> i think willie planned this week to fill in because chris stap stapleton was here. >> he's the guy out front and center killing it. >> this is the time day we like to look around the entire plazand find somebody way unique sign. there are tons of them but we just happened to move this one right here. she says, i'll do a jump
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what's your name. >> allison. >> allison. okay. now she's got a jump rope and she'll travel so let's give her some room. >> let's give her space. >> go ahead, have some fun, allison. wow. >> what? allison, who he. >> she's not done. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> you have to stand with us that's how the pros do it. good job, allison. >> great under pressure, no stress there. >> nicely done. coming up this half hour more with former vice president al gore. he pushed the issue of climate change into the spotlight he's out way sequel why he says when it comes to something that impacts all of us there's still a long way to did go. >> also coming up there's one blockbuster you want to put on your must see list, done kurk is coming out we're going
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with kenneth branagh about the results it gets. >> let's check with the weather. let's see what we have for the week ahead. severe storms here in the northeast, also the gulf coast flood watches continue in the southwest, sunshine along the west coast. by the time we get to the mid-week period looking at sunny skies for the most part, sizzling heat and humidity, scattered storms in the southwest. sunshine along the west coast and then end of the week we're looking for more wet weather, strong storms, and wet weather making its way through the southwest, very hot and humid through the mid-plains, mid-mississippi, and ohio valleys. that's what's going on around the country, here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. good morning and we're almost up to 80 degrees. he we have a mix of sun and clouds out there and that south swind keep kooeping us humid. rest of the area about the mid to upper 70s. if you're grilling out it's going to be a hot afternoon, 88
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stray thunderstorm possible and still very warm by 7:00 p.m. tomorrow much like today, isolated afternoon storm but we get hot as we go from wednesday, thursday, and into friday. get that weather any time you need, check out weather channel on cable. willie. >> former vice president al gore's documentary "inconvenient truth" won a pair of oscars including one for best documentary feature. his work also earned him a noble peace prize. more than a decade later he's at that time again with "an inconvenient" sequel. >> it is wrong wrong ton pollute this earth and destroy the climate balance. it's right to give hope to the future generation. it will not be easy. >> vice president gore, welcome back. good to see you zblen thank you. >> it's been ten
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inconvenient truth ". >> yeah. >> what's changed with the environment and the perception of climate change many that time? >> there have been two big changes, first of all the climate related extreme weather events have become more destructive and a lot more common. here in the u.s. we've had 11 once in a thousand year downpours just in the last seven years. secondly, we've got the solutions now, and there's so much hopefulness in this movie. and people can be a part of solving the climate kriescrisis getting involved. use your voice on this issue. use your vote on this issue. use your choices in life. the truth about the climate choo crisis is still inconvenient for the large carbon polluters but we all need to be inconvenient for them and push the right kind of policies and itat more jobs in the process. >> as i was watching the film yesterday i noticed t or threeug r
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frustrated. at one point you said you viewed it as a personal failure that more hadn't been done about climate change. what did you mean by that? >> the large carbon polluters have used the playbook from the tobacco companies years ago by putting out false information, trying to pull the wool over people's eyes. but people are seeing through it now because mother nature has joined the debate. it's long been virtually unanimous in the scientific community, but now mother nature is pretty persuasive, not only with the downpours and floods and mudslides but the droughts and the sea lexington rise. i went to miami on a sunny day, no rain, and i saw pish from the ocean swimming in the streets in miami beach just because it was a high tide. >> why is this issue historically been so difficult to sink in with people? you had over the years it's behind healthcare and terrorism and jobs and all the things people worry about. those numbers goe up 45%, people say they do believe climate change is a big
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hoe do you think. >> they say if you see a turtle on top of a fence post you can be pretty sure it didn't get there by itself. and the continuing climate denial such as it is is intentionally created by the large carbon polluters trying to squeeze more profits out of their business plan no matter the consequences. but there's also the fact that it's a global issue, it's bicker th -- bigger than anything we've had to confront in the past and we still rely on carbon-based fuels for 80% of the world's energy. but the good news is, solar electricity and wind electricity have come down so quickly in price in many areas it's much cheaper than electricity from burning fossil fuels. now the batteries are coming down in price as well. and efficiency improvements. solar jobs are now growing in the u.s. 17 times faster than other jobs. we are really seeing a surge in
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sector and the things we need to do to solve the climate crisis are things that will boost our sustainable economy as well. but people need to learn about in the i hope they'll go see this movie. there's a new book coming out the same day next week "and inconvenient sequel truth to power ". >> you opened the movie with the voice of your crit tiksz, i thought that was interesting, and you touched on it be a minute ago. there are people that watch it and you say in the next decade we'll reach the point notify return. we'll be at the tipping point, the environment will be last to us. your critics say here we are and the environment is not lost it's getting warmer but we're getting by okay what do you say. >> regrettably major damage has been done. ant tark tick ka has passed a point at which some sea level rise sin ef vit able and we're now seeing these incredible
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downpours. this city was inundated as the movie predicted and it happened years before him. but the other big change that i mentioned is giving us a lot of hope. we just need to push these changes through. they'll create a better way of life for people across the u.s. and around the world. >> all right. vice president al gore, thank you very much. the film is "an inconvenient sequel, truth to power" is opens in select theaters on july the 28th and nationwide on august 4th. mr. vice president it's abeen a pleasure. >> thank you. >> we have keithen branagh about the done kirk battle. we'll have more about that coming up but first on a monday morning, this is "today" on nbc.
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we're we're back,
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the most highly anticipated movies of the summer. dunkirk is a captivating true story from world war ii nearly 400,000 british and ally troops trapped on a beach in northern france surrounded on all sides by the german army. they muss escape across 26 miles of the english channel. >> you can practically see it doesn't help us get there, does it. >> they need to send more ships. they've activated the small vessels. >> small vessels. >> the list of suspend boats for requisition. >> we need destroyers. >> small boats can lure from the beach. >> not in these conditions. >> but i'd rather face waves than dive bombers. >> kenneth branagh, good to see. i was anxious to call s
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epic battle but it's really an epic save. >> the british army were cut off, they were retreating from france and they they end up up in dunkirk on a very, very wide beach, 400,000 men and the german army surrounding them from above and behind in the water. they were sitting ducks. and this is shart movie and it's short so he can never lawsuit the audience off the hook of that tremendous suspense of all those men felt of whether and if they could ever get home. they hoped that maybe 30,000 men would get back. in the end 330,000 men were rescued after an incredible national coming together to come get them. >> that's why the word dunkirk is so much of that are idea of fight willing and resilliance. it thinks of it more of a thriller. i sawty didn't think of it so much as a war movie as something
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different places, air, land, sea, and then also three different time periods. >> yeah. >> as an actor, how was that to kind of you're doing your role but have you this wider perspective on these events? >> it's one of the geniuses of chris nolan's work that he can work in two different time frames and he keeps you intellectually engaged but picks like this gets you very emotionally involved as well. they were all so young, these are 400,000 kids really trying to get back and the interweaving of is itment when your making it in chris's style you had the real thing. if i'm standing at the end of that long mole which is trying to lure ships to get people off. >> the mole is kind of like a long pier. >> exactly. the jetty that's subject to tidal pressures, there really are a thousand guys behind me and there are a ton of boats out there. >> you were at dunkirk. >> yes. >> this was shot on that beach. >> in that real place and it's
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sense of ha it would feel like when you can stand there and see all of those people to get home and home is just over there and you can see it. >> yeah. >> it's very, very touching and tantalizing. it means that the kind of tension underneath the film and the adrenalin that he presents to us and that you can't help but feel it when you saw it. when i watched it, it's a white knuckle ride. >> it is. the nails are gone the director also said because, obviously, you're a very fine actor and we know you from all of your famous roles but you're a director as well. how does that affect how you approach when you just have a straight acting role, the fact that you have that background as a director, how does that get involved in your performance? >> well, first of all, it's an incredible privilege to be an actor who directs because you get a chance to see other directors directing which most directors don't. so to see chris nolan at thor in of all of that was amazing because i learned a vast amount about the kind of guy -- sports people do this all the time a
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well. they slow time down, they are so good that somehow they can control all the big logistical elements and appear to give just of the time you need. they see thaul chaos and say i can't believe he's turning around handling that but he was handling the micro ghit was the northwest pom performance for me, he knew nou thousand use his time and attention brilliantly. so from the point of view of watching another director work it was a real privilege and from an acting point of view you say thank you so much, what would you like from me? >> it's pretty amazing. good multitaskers those directors and you are directing and starring in "murder in the orient express" which is coming out soon. >> you'll come back and talk about that. >> yes, please. >> always a pleasure, thank you so much. dunkirk opens in theaters and i max on friday. coming up next, travel tips and tricks, what you need to know before book a
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but first this is nbc "today".
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[ cheers and applause ] welcome ba, welcome back, everybody. if you're look for an adventure on the high seas or a way to experience different countries in a single tlip roar a cruise maybe the way to go. according to traveler, today's ships are taking travel to another level of our friend mark elwood is one of the magazine's contributing editors. good morning. >> morning. >> i was surprised to learn that more and more people are taking cruises, right? this is something that's growing. >> why wouldn't it explode when you've got luxury and convene yent yens together, it's a win/win. >> is something millennials are saying i like it, it's easy, i just buy a ticket and i'm off and running. >> cruise ships are adjusting and they're trying to get millennials involved. they're bringing in technology which say big thing to say this isn't your grandmother's cruise. >
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modernization. so you get on a cruise and it is kind of techie. what kind of new things can we expect if you got on one today. >> prince says is about to launch a fitbit style gad get. it will let you into your room krur pay for anything krur find each other on the ship just waving taye round. it is star trek like. but you can also have royal ka ribbian they is a robot bartender so you say shake and suv program that martini how you like. >> you talk about fitbit usually i think i cruises i think of blobbing out laying on the deck and not doing anything. but they're getting more health oriented. >> you can indulge. a cruise is a vacation but lines like oceana and oc have gotten into the fitness. they've gotten jging coaches, and trainers. and there are also really kind of high adrenalin activities. so on royal caribbean i
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this crazy kind of skydiving simulator and then on carnival there is a ride around the ship that you pedal your weigh around. . >> just quickly pricing pretend someone goonts on one for a week, what's an average cost for a cruise for a person? >> you want to allocate about $1,000 no matter what if you want a good experience. it can vary and obviously you want to get good deals thrown in, but i'd give yourself at least a thousand zblds they opened up a midnight buffet and i said how weird is that who would get if line at midnight. two days later at 11:59 i'm like why isn't this thing open. but it now is something wrg foodies go. >> well, actually one of the luxury lines is opening restaurants with the man who popularized sushi in all of america. you can have his incredible food right there on the high seas. thomas keller is a big chef in california, he's got restaurants
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i like this. you can take a whiskey themed cruise to the british isles, so so you can really indulge. >> when we think the cruises we think going to the caribbean and rescuesing around those islands but there's other place kuz go. >> that's one of the most popular destinations but we're looking for fresh innocence cruising. and enough to course cuba is a big new destination. it was always hard to reach politically and geographically. last year a lot of lines were granted the right to sale to cuba skou have a itinerary where you explore this easily. >> the idea is you get off, spend the day and you get back on the cruise ship. panama's another place. >> absolutely. panama canal, nine years, $5.2 billion, double the capacity of that canal. so it meant that larger ships can get there. panama is appearing on more and more
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value aubd want to take the kids, what would you recommend? >> i would recommend great value at the moment shedding to alaska. alaska was often an older crowd loving scenery, but now disney is ending its cruise ships up there. you can watch a frozen show with a froepzen landscape. you've got nor weggian launching a special alaskan cruise ship. alaska's a great place for families. >> have you three take aways i want to list them to quickly. you say take a week instead of three days. why is the week better than the three day trip? >> it's only on day five you'll really never want to leave. you need seven days for the full experience. >> you say use a travel specialist, don't just do it yourself online. >> we're very independent when it comes to travel. cruise are an exception. don't just google, find a travel specialist we've got great ones. they will get you the best deal. >> and lastly you say arrive the night before because sometimes you think i'll make the flight, hop right on the ship and then bye-bye, the ship is gone and you haven't quite made
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>> they will not wait four to so get there the night before so you're relaxed on the day have some thanks so much. thanks for all the info. we're going to be back in a moment back up first had is today on nbc. info.
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okay. okay, we're back. let's celebrate, everybody. wanna? >> yes, let's spinning the smukers
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who's having that special birthday today. hello toe harry anderson of minneapolis, minnesota, a proud granddad celebrating his 100th birthday served in the navy during world war ii, we salute you for your service, sir. russell baker 100 years old a lifelong farmer from lynn, missouri, served on the board of directors for an electrical company for 25 years. got a real charge out of that. happy 100 birthday to lois mule of cape corral, floo. she's traveled the world while working as a travel agent. talk about a dream job. dan fisher junior chattanooga oklahoma is one hundred years. it's been a big year for dan. not only is he celebrate a milestone birthday, he and his wife are about to celebrate their 66th wedding an versionry. congratulations. zella johnson of moss point, mississippi, also 100. celebrating the big day partying with family and friends and last but certainly not least,
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100th birthday to eva ken decide. she is from hancock, michigan, a family physician for month than 40 years. you know somebody celebrate a milestone, tell us all about it at today.com/celebrate. >> we've got more on world emoji day next. >> the emoji movie. 8:56 news your time now on this monday, july seven teeth, 2017. good morning to you. we want to check in on your morning commute right now with melissa mollet and your first 4 traffic. >> inner loop and outer loop looking okay right now. eastbound 66 after 28 centerville looks a little bit slow there this morning. take
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overall no major issues right now just a couple of slow downs and 270 at montrose road looking good north bound and southbound. >> we'll take a quick break now. we'll check your forecast next. stay with us.
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good morning. temperatures already near 80 degrees. 79 feels like 82. partly cloudy skies, another hot one today, 91 for a high temperature. we have an isolated afternoon chance for a thunderstorm across the area. tomorrow really is going to look a lot like today, too. 91 for tomorrow, isolated afternoon chance and then pretty much dry wednesday through friday, no rain relief here and temperatures will be in the mid to upper 90s. inter. >> thank you. get the latest news and weather anytime in the nbc washington app. we'll see new 25 minutes.
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♪ it's world emoji day and we're celebrating with an emoji movie star, sir patrick. then we're serving up a taste of dinner tonight. and the doctor is in, find out if those strange symptoms you're having are normal or not, coming up now. >> from nbc news, this is "today's take" live from studio 1a in rock feller plaza. >> welcome today on a monday morning, july 17th, 2017. listen to make my life go by jay shaum. >> make my love go where? >> i don't know. >> what does that mean. >> ts jay shaum
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>> and be in fact they ate mrs. paul's fish sticks -- mrs. paul's fish sticks. >> i love that. >> and that little packet to make your own tarter sauce. >> i don't know why you're laughing about that us normal people still do that. >> i ate that for dinner last night. >> exactly. are you joking? >> i can't do that. >> really? >> no, no. >> what zri? the banquet meal or something, the sausages or whatever. >> old school. >> yeah. and a friend of mine was like they still -- those are just so class zblik the links or the patties. >> the patties. >> did you have -- i know we're going -- did you have the tv tray? >> oh, yes. >> there was a set ever four with the pictures on it. >> and then you'd sit and sit in front of the tv. >> why are we talking about past tense? >> still have them? >> yes. we have wood trays. >> mine are wooden now. >> but those old. >> kind of metal like a tin. >> i think i was 8, no, ways
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will berry hound, yogi bear, quick draw mcgraw and one of the characters. >> the set. >> yeah, it was a set. >> nice. >> it was the greatest thing, yeah. i don't think i ever sat at a kitchen table for that next year. >> no, why would you. >> because want youed to sit with your tv tray. i want to watch tv but i got that tray. >> speaking of strolling down memory lane. >> yes. >> so my mom came up this weekend and when she comes up you never know what sort of surprises she's going to bring. so she hands me this envelope here. so i open it up and the first thing that falls out. >> have you seen this? >> no. >> were my old barbie shoes. these are my favorite. look at these, they're pink. it looks like something you'd wear now. >> i know, i probably would. >> so what's in the rest this thing. are all of my old girl scout patches. so i was in girl scouts, i did the daisies, brownie, so this is like a predictor of
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pachz got. exploring foods. >> that's you. >> math whiz, that's another thing. >> i never ghoot patch. >> science, which i love, but this one's the best. watch this. it's weather. >> wow. >> amazing. >> what are the odds. >> how cool is that. >> that's fantastic. >> i forgot -- i don't remember what i did to get all these patches, but it was -- it just goes to show you how girl squouscouts was such a huge thing in my life and was the building blocks of my life without me realizing it. >> a real ahead of the curve kind of thing. >> exactly. >> it was girl scouts we were doing all these science and manning things and it change mid life. >> she pulled those out a lot of times with your kids find out what they're interested in. you just never know. did you like that stuff back in the day. >> i've always been fascinated by lab experiments and just kind of anything math relate i did always loved math. and then there was a turtle too. i don't think was a
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turtle and i have a turtle tattoo. >> that's right. did you know she had a turtle tattoo. >> i did not know that. >> yes. >> ask her where it is. >> nope. >> maybe you'll come out of your shell and tell me. >> you want to know? >> i do want to know. >> when al gets quiet, i'm starting to learn when your mind is thinking. >> i'm thinking. >> where could that turtle be. >> i lost the other shoe. >> no winls cares right now about anything you're saying and so you -- >> we just want to know where it's at. so it's no place you can see it. >> i can't show you right now. >> you showed me. >> will showed you. >> i guess we're not as close as i thought. how but, your son -- >> i don't have any tattoos are you joking. >> i don't have any tattoos. >> i barely got my ears pierced. sorry. what were we talking about. >> your son getting an -- >> you have an amazing weekend and you're about
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your fancy pants weekend i'm like let me show what you we did this weekend, we went to target. i have fun in target. my kids it's like. >> target's the best. >> move on music park, we got aisle 4. so we're in target trying to get life vests because they need life vests because they go swim a lot. my little guy comes up to me i'm like for your birthday you got a gift card, you can get one toy, 25 sds your limit. you want to see what he picks? >> yes. >> here we go. >> a smart blaster how does it go? zblfrp what's that? >> a fart blaster. >> he needs a toy for that? >> exactly. just bring al rocker along. >> so i posted that this weekend. i'm so surprised at how many people have the fart blaster, like moms across america. and you know what they told me. >> >> why are they so
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>> because they are. >> i can play you on my phone what it really does, it goes to all sorts of ups and downs and things that your body -- >> that was one of the weapons in the first despicable me. >> i think it was like a universal toy. >> is that the updated whoopi cushion? >> i think so. i can tell you something? >> it's a mega phone. >> i am so tired of it already. they switch -- i have three kids to that's farts times three. >> you know all weekend. >> this is how old i am. you could not say that word when i first started -- when i first started on television. there's no way could you say that word. >> what, fart? >> yeah. >> i had to say stinker. >> my mother wouldn't even of the she would say ruffle the sheets. >> what? >> oh my goodness. >> or poot. >> poot, yeah. >> it was like ooh you pooted. >> wow. network television. >> let's talk about your weekend. >> well, wot
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up -- sorry. we got a story coming up on thursday, it's a terrific story, the lead of "ham ton" in chicago michael sa van tes and his wife kelly they have a beautiful little girl who suffers from severe epilepsy and recorded this marvelous song written and wrord some of his cast mates called "till the calm comes" at the went to do a story on that. that's some of the cast members that sang. it's just wonderful. the musicians were terrific. i actually got to do -- kmig's one these -- just listen to this. ♪ >> anyway, and while i was there, because chicago is such a great city, and the lakeshore is so iconic. >> beautiful. >> i actually had some time, i did a bike ride
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lakeshore. >> like for a drive. >> it's a trail. this is the trail. and i also did a run. and. >> wow. >> so it was -- it was -- because the weather was so spectacular. >> we went for a bike ride in new york yesterday. >> i got back yesterday and went for a bike ride. >> wow. >> tried to hook up with you but -- >> i know. my phone didn't -- it was in the bottom of the bag. >> her phone didn't ring. >> no put said i'm in your neighborhood any chance you, brian and calvin are enjoying the day. we were out enjoying the day which is in the why my phone was in the bottom of my bag. i would have come, it would have been cool. >> i like that. >> it was fun. >> it's a good weekend. >> we're going to have that story, it will -- it will uplift you but it will also kind of break your hearts. but it's wonderful, they're wonderful folks. >> did you get to see "hamilton" again. >> i did. >> for the 12th time. >> six times. >> the sixth time? >> it is. >> share the we willth, mr. rokker. >> dylaav
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>> no. >> ask me. >> have you. >> no. >> you've got a fart blaster. in is caul were at the beach this weekend or spending time with your family outside, you missed some of the sports, here's a recap of the biggest winners. first off incredible roger pedestrian federer age of 35 winning wimbledon a record eight times. >> that's impressive. all eyes were on venus and roger. and you know what were talk about roger for a second. i think he deserves it. everybody was so happy for him, we were rooting for him. >> ten snis a young man's sport. it's not like hockey you play when it when you're older to win it at 35. >> it's awesome. >> not that that's old. >> he woman the australian open this year stealing the win -- the show. his adorable identical twins my ha and charlene are 7 and lenny and leo are 3. >> how precious are they. >> and put them in white pants. >> that's a move. >> i love that's the first thing i noticed, the twins in
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>> kids in white pants, unbelievable. >> venus williams unfortunately not winning her match. >> but she's still, are you kidding me? she worked hard. >> she had quite the ride. >> she did. >> up next, guess whose back on the big screen. oprah had the think of her 234u new movie, "a wrinkle in time" after these messages. from nexgard. nexgard kills fleas and ticks all month long. and it comes in an easy-to-give tasty chew. and that makes dogs and owners happy. no wonder vets love it too. reported side effects include vomiting, itching, diarrhea, lethargy and lack of appetite. see your vet for more information on flea and tick protection you and your dog will love. nexgard. the vet's #1 choice. when you clock out, i'll clock in... sensing and automatically adjusting to your every move. there. i can even warm these. does your bed do that? i'm the new sleep number 360 smart bed. let's meet at a sleep number store.
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we are back, now, with more of "today we are back now with more of "today's take" and i never read this book, but i guess it's this classic "wrinkle in time". so there's this classic children's book called "wrink until time" and then an all-star cast, and oprah. >> that's a good combo. >> so the first trailer everybody's been waiting for this movie, the film is an adaptation from the science fantasy book first published in 1962. >> take a look at the clip of it. >> be a warrior. >> i'll
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>> you're going to be tested every step of the way. >> trust nothing. >> dar lings, time for dinner. are you lost? >> awe. >> this is all over social media and i'm like when's it coming out? it's a minute, right? it's like march of 2018. >> so a minute means a long time away. >> i'm sorry, a minute means -- that's hip for not really a minute. >> well because aevz talking about it so much i thought maybe it would be like in four weekends. >> but the cast is unbelievable. >> you've got mindy kaling. >> yes reese witherspoon. >> oprah of course, chris pines which is pretty incredible. >> i mean an amazing cast and directed by ava due ber net. >> i saw an interview with her about this and she wanted to shake things up with the characters ant diversity of the
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movie. >> it makes me want to go back and read the book. >> and have you time too because the movie's not coming out soon. >> moving on, weather. good idea. okay. >> you want me do it? >> i'm not doing it today, you're here. >> let's show what you we have for today. we're look at a lot of moisture coming up out of the southwest, monsoonal moisture and we had those deadly flash floods over the weekend and flash flood watches are and warnings are in effect for most of arizona today. 6 million people quick 1 to 2 inches of rain and even though that doesn't sound like a lot when it funnels into those can ians and washes big, big problems. more wet weather through the gulf coast, severe storms through the northern plains. wet weather and severe storms in the northeast and northern new england. that's what's going on around the country, here's whaez what's happening your neck of the woods. >> i'm storme
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saying is this something i should come in for or not would ease your anxiety. >> can we start with one a lot of people can relate to, drool on your pill zbloe what do you think. >> i think it's normal. >> it's normal. >> it's right here. here we go. >> they told us this before hand. so, yes, drooling on your pillow is considered normal especially if you sleep on your side which makes sense. in the middle of the night when you're lying on your back your booed booeds going to autd matically swallow so that's okay. some conditions that could contribute to this would be seasonal allergies, also reflux. so things to help you avoid doing that would be to try to sleep on your back although i know a lot of people don't feel comfortable in that position but it's normal. >> this one a creepy crawly feeling all over your skin. >> which would be very, very uncomfortable. so this is more jell lan's disease. will is fairly uncommon and unexplained. experts aren't exactly sure what potentially causes it. i want to add, though, that something in addition to creepy
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a burning or tingling or pins and needles like painful feeling in their skin. that could be something called neuropathy which is actual lay nerve disdisorder that can be managed and treat and diagnosed by your healthcare provider. >> a black vertical streak on your nail. >> so nail changes are really a window into your underlying health. lots of different color changes, texture changes, things like this. vertical ridges in and of themselves are actually considered quite normal and can occur particularly with aging. horizontal ridges going this way, not so much and condition indicate an underlying medical condition. specifically a black vertical line in the nail could be a serious sign of something called melanoma which, as we know, is not the most common but certainly the deadliest of skin cancers. so in is something that always should be evaluated by your doc, particularly if the vertical nail color change is even
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at the nail bed would indicates the potentially it's even growing. >> okay. that's good to know. >> this one -- which one is this? >> expressed some interest in. >> over here. gray hair. >> oh, yes. >> but i will say it was before i wasn't 25. now i'm almost 40, but how do people deal with this? >> graying is normal, first of all. we're all going to gray. then there's this thing called premature graying. is it normal to gray when you're in your 20s for example. it has do with genetic, mostly, but also race. caucasians tend to debris gray a little bit earlier than african americans. for example, if you're graying at around the age of 205 you can absolutely thank your parents and grandparents for that because it's most likely due to genetics and there's nothing you can do about it. the basically the bigment that pro diesz melanin starts to decrease as we get older. >> i thought i was rock it with confidence. >> exactly. >> this is a good one, a white tongue. >> the answer is that sometimes it's normal and sometimes it's n
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be from dry mouth, usually if if goes away after about two weeks it's not considered abnormal. if, however, you have whitish i know this sounds a little bit savory but cottage cheesy or mill milky plaques on the tongue and you scrape and it bleeds that could be thrush, which say fungal infection. sometimes people with diabetes, sometimes people who are in prolonged antibiotics can have this. so, again, a white tongue notice morning not necessarily a sign of anything serious, but if it's prolong and lasts for more than a couple weeks you want to see your doctor about it. >> you're so great. not a single note. it's world emoji day and what better way to celebrate than one of the stars from the emoji myrrh i have. sir patrick stewart he'll tell us why he took on a role that really stinks. >> right after your local news. they say glory awaits at the finish but what about the start?
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inchts winking face, thumbs up, beating heart, emoji's part ever our everyday language been around since the late 1990s when they were developed in japan. >> but it wasn't until 2011 that amen produced them and changing the way we communicate every since. >>ed to we're celebrating emoji day with help from our smiling friends. >>' mojis at our fingertipsdom nating the spags and taking over our texts. >> i don't know what emothgies say i'm sorry i threw a trash can at you. >> even becoming oxford's dictionary world of year in
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stage of the stars their very own movie. >> you're so handsome when you make that be face. >> yep yes, emojis everywhere. >> it's an image or graphic that you can use in any form of online communication. >> dr. monica rear den kooi psychologist at chat tam sufrt an expert. >> we text back with emojis it makes them feel happy and makes them like you and maintains the relationship and it helps build that relationship a little more. and so emojis are very effective at helping to build and maintain social relationships. >> i use a lot of expression when i speak and so now i little yellow bubbles do it for me. that one. i do that one a lot. i don't know why. it just symbolizes like -- >> the emoj whiz i'm not really a big fan of. i'm the old guy, i don't want to have a secret dekoerd wring trying to figure out what you were telling me. >> my favor
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use with my husband is the monkey covering his eyes. i'm embarrassed to say this so i'm going to do this. >> maybe because al roker doesn't use emojis i'm going to send him a wink emoji right now. >> and helping us celebrate world emoji day, one of the stars of the movie, sir patrick stewart. >> take a look. >> everybody my age is working on phone except for me. >> oh, sweetie, that's not true. >> yeah, i'm going to work on the phone and i'm only 10. >> that's because i believe in. >> you should we wash our hands? >> no, no, we're number 2. >> sir patrick stewart, good morning. >> good morning. >> wonder tofl have you here. >> thank you. thank you for the invitation. the
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for the poop emoji, what do you think about that. >> would it instinctively come to mind do you think? because i might have a problem with that. it was a very infroernl says to cast it. >> okay. >> and there were aspects of it which i really feel i can't discuss in public. >> i bet there were. >> when they came to you with this, did you even know about these characters. >> yeah, i am a little naive about many things do with technology. but the emojis i was aweir of b -- aware of but never used them 'it is this move stlain cure pliejd use of emoj whiz because they have a language which actually, although they're images can be more specific sometimes than words. >> i agree with you. what's your go-to emoji? what would you say? >> well now. >> yes, thank you. >> of course. we go to poop when
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fall back, you know. >> sir patrick, our producer when br this started let's try to keep the poop talk to a minimum. >> they're such could you war , wards, -- cow wards really, so uncomfortable about what might emerge. did i say something? >> no. >> i love it. okay. quick, next question. switching to your birthday, you celebrated a birthday last week. >> i did, yes. >> hoep happy birthday. >> thank you so much. it was a big one, wooind kind of big one. my wife remind me it was a double good luck because it was my 77th. >> you look fantastic. >> you're amazed, i'm amazed. i don't know what happened. i was 40 the other day. so in between then and now, something went wrong somewhere. but here i am. >> well you clearly have kept yourself very busy. are you ever -- do you ever want to slow down or are you just having fun on this
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>> i am slowing down. >> i do take more time off. >> i try toy plan time off in the future. i am not doing jobs back to back to back which i always use dodd. but, i mean, look at that gentleman here. i mean, he has been doing this for. >> he makes us look lays does. >> decades. >> and i'm aetd 3. >> you are not 83. >> you're such a terrific actor and yet your voice is one of these things, i mean drour -- your voice, what do you attribute that too. >> it could be my northern evening issue upbringing i woek spoke with a regional accent when i was young. >> i spoke in dialect, i eerch used ditch words than we would use today and i had to unlearn all of that. and i think in that process of fl flattening out one acc set and developing another twhun sound came ute. >> we like it and thinks it works. >> and now you can just use emoj whiz. >> that's true. >> thank you so much for being
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. thnchts morning on today food farm fresh finds. all this week we've got chefs making the most of summer veggies and today we have a sweet porn -- >> what? >> a sweet corn pudding. to go alongside a chili butter chicken. ryan scott is the executive chef and owner of thin town in san francisco. >> almost made it. >> that's so close. how to we make our sweet -- our chili buttered chicken. >> let's get some corn here for you. chicken, lime, garlic, chili, and a little on show dry some garlic powder, onion poud, he parsesy time. we're going to make a compound dinner. we're going to rehydrate these chilies because the compound butter goes over the top of the chicken, ladies. >> and how long. >> just for
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save the liquid. when you're done you're going to rip up the chill liz like we have here. now the left over water that's been soaking in the chill liz, use it for a braze. don't waste. it's good. cue minute, put that in there. and everybody was a little surprised i'm taking garlic from a paste. but if you want to get a little lays decide, the tube is just fine. >> why not. >> put it on here, typically it doesn't work for me and let's see if we're winning today. >> yeah. >> ladies, finally nine years later we got it. what you do is make this compound butter, you ice cream scoop it and put in on top the butter pat. now you put them in the chicken in a pasta. now let's dump all this, all aught earth stuff all boiled, take a spoon and salt and pepper -- look at you, so natural. little salt there. >> yeah. >> mixy mix, please. what you want to do is let this sit for anywhere
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>> in the fridge. >> in the fridge, yeah, otherwise you're going to have a who will other segment. >> where's dr. azar have some so mayor nate that in the fridge. now you take -- by the way, before we came on you're like where's the skin on here? i'm sorry it's summer cooking, nice and light. >> but could you if you wanted to. >> if i was at mr. roker's house, yes, would you have skin on there. >> yes, would you. >> anytime you're working with a grill or pan make sure you add it on to the grill and put taye way from you otherwise you're going to have little grill marks on your arms which are not popular by the way. anywhere from three to four minutes on each side until they're golden delicious. what i like to do is now take the butter halfway through. you want to talk about zblorn i didn't want to, but. >> what are we talking about, corn. >> corn. >> he was saying because i made the mistake earlier. >> i got it. have some that was a bad pun, i tried. three or four minutes. >> moving on. >> i can just say the chicken i didn't even need a
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>> isn't temperature delicious. >> here's my sweet corn pudding. you clean the sweet corn just like that. the corn is clean, i need one cup. here's a cup -- you can add that in there if you want. now we have onions andtime. we're going to take, excuse me, this and raw corn. now add cream. i took a box mix of cornbread. now we're going to pulse this. i said something about the other one and -- >> you did. >> now this is done. okay. so whisk this. >> whisk it. >> in here is the pulsed corn, in here is the sought tayed corn, in here is monterey jack cheese, salt, pep, he chili paste, your neighbor, everything is in here, you got it all. now have you the cornbread that's cooked. go like this. >> man. >> sayty chanel. >> yes. >> scream. >> that corn thing whatever. >> put it in here,
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was water in there. >> it's not hot water. >> so here you go, now try this. >> that bakes at about an hour, 350 degrees. >> there you have '. >> amazing. so good. >> ryan scott. >> freseco. >> thank you so much for these recipes. head to today.com/food. >> excuse me i threw water if my eye. >> let's check your weather show what you we have happening right now for the week ahead. wet weather in the northeast also gulf coast flood watch in the southwest, sunshine along the gulf coast. midweek period we're look at sizzling heat with the humidity starting to build up look for wet weather through the gulf. out west fabulous weather and the end of the week we're looking for hot, humid weather through the mid-ohio valley. sunshine along the west coast. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. well right now it's 79,
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the area. and it will be as we go through the afternoon too. most areas close to 80 degrees right now but if you're out this afternoon maybe at the pool it's going to be a good day to do so, hot by 2:00 p.m., 88 degrees. we could see an isolated thunderstorms that's going to stay in the forecast through the afternoon. 91 for a high. tomorrow is going to look like today. wednesday, thursday, friday we're going to be dry and hot. that's your latest weather. up next from the office and girls, jake lacy starring in a funny new show called i'm dying up here. we're going to catch up with jake after these messages. called "i'm dying up here." we day 13. if only this were as easy as saving $600 when you switch to progressive. winds stirring. too treacherous for a selfie. [ camera shutter clicks ] sure, i've taken discounts to new heights with safe driver and paperless billing. but the prize at the top is worth every last breath. here we go. [ grunts ]
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and plug in febreze to keep your whole room fresh for up... ...to 45 days. breathe happy with new febreze. jake lacy's star has been rising jake lacy star has been rising these past few years. if you're a fan of girls then you know him as one of the popular love interests. he also starred alongside kate blan chet and now carol. >> he's trying to make it as a stand-up comedian in the new series "i'm dying up here" here's a peek. >> excuse me, doris, could you solve something for us. if we both tell a joke will you let us know who's funniest. >> who's paying? is he. >> she's the funniest. >> yeah. >> jake lacy, good morning. >> how are you. >> we're talking about comedy in the '70s but it's
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movie or show, i should say. >> yeah. i mean our world really we dive into the lives somewhat onstage and also off and for these comics and, you know, they're in the '70s in l.a. there was this explosion of stand upcomic because carson late night had moved from new york to l.a. and some kids with a lot of hopes and skill wound up there trying to make it so we explore that world. >> it's set in the '70s so you obviously got into -- those are your side burns that you grew? >> yeah. i -- you know, they just said, hey, grow out your facial hair and then we'll do what we wanted with it basically. i got there and we sort of sat on these chops. i thought this would be. >> look at that. those are solid chops. >> that's my hair and my chops, not my face. >> okay. so, yeah, so we were in l.a., my wife came out and visited and we went to a roller rink and i thoht
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and if it was like i'm an actor so we have worried hours. we're skating around and she's like i'm going to take a break. i was like, great. and it wound up being me and a dozen 10-year-old girls as i, like, skated me just still halfway like, yeah, what a great tuesday. >> full chops then. >> full chops, hair, you know, and slowly like doing little laps and realizing that the parents were like, what's slowly like leaving their beer and pizza to eye -- you know. >> that guy. >> and i like picked up on it and was like, i'll probably take a break. probably get the water, a little stretch. >> you've had quite amazing -- i have the whole picture in my head you painted that picture so well. >> with a lot of angry dads watching a man like what's happening to my -- that's my daughter's birthday. >> did they say like that, my goodness. >> girls, girls. the office, you've had quite the ride.
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don't know how to top it. >> it's been a busy couple of years. i just feel like the luckiest kid. like if i could have planned out any of this it wouldn't go this way, you know, and i've gotten to work on things or work with people who i admired or i was a fan of or i watched before and then to sort of be like, hey, pick your favorite show, you get to be on it, it's like -- and it w it it's like pick your favorite era, pick your favorite element of entertainment outside of your own. >> have you ever done stand up? >> no, i did stand-up one time in texas when i was shoot a movie. >> terrifying? >> it was the most -- one of the most fulfilling experiences because it went well and. >> that's good. >> and like toot toot, it was lights out, everybody, it was pretty cool. >> okay. we have to go to
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you can keep us laughing. did you just toot toot yourself? >> did he. >> i'm dying to here. >> thank you. >> sunday nights on show time we're back in a moment, this is today on nbc. ay" on nbc. fios is not cable. we're a 100% fiber optic network. ay" on nbc. and with the new fios gigabit connection... you get our fastest... internet ever. with download speeds up to 940 megs - 20 times faster than most people have. switch to fios gigabit connection with tv and phone for $79.99 a month online for the first year. plus hbo for one year and multi-room dvr service for two years, all with a two-year agreement. and switching has never been easier. get out of your contract with up to a $500 credit to help cover your early termination fee. go to fiosgigabit.com
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it's got this creamy sortpanion of light, fluffy texture. a little bit of acidity. a little bite to it. it makes a tomato taste more like a tomato. it makes bacon taste more like bacon. it makes everything that it's with better.
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eal ingredients because it's made with real ingredients. i would never use any other mayonnaise in my cooking. if you really care about putting out a quality dish, there's no reason to not give duke's a shot. i think you'll be convinced. a little getting a little feisty with jake. >> jake is getting involved. we like him. >> i'm going to pass but i'll probably take this to go. >> this is nice, isn't it. >> beautiful.
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this is a news 4 today news break. >> good morning it's 9:57 on this monday, july seven teeth. i'm aaron gilchrist. in the news today we could get an idea of whether jeb stewart high school will get a new name. the high school was named in honor of a confederate jep. the controversy here surrounding the school's name has been going on for nearly two years. school district estimates changing the name would cost nearly a million dollars. let's get a look at your
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sheena parveen. >> we're already in the 80s for part of the area, low 80s and upper 70s. if you're grilling this afternoon it's going fob a hot summer day, low 90s by 5:00 p.m., stray thunderstorm chance so not everyone would see this but we have an isolated chance in the forecast. still very warm by 7:00 p.m. tomorrow is going to look a lot like today. reno low 90s, chance of thunderstorm in the afternoon. wednesday through friday some of the hottest days this week and not much rain relief there either not until the weekend. aaron. >> thank you. coming up on news 4 midday we'll have latest news on the candidates who announce their run for virginia governor.
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda cubby. happy fun day monday it's the seven teeth of july hope you had a fantastic weekend '. sure turned out to be a beautiful one here, didn't it. >> it was sun splashed. >> we've been waiting because it's been nasty pouring and bad. >> we've had some great days during the week. so we've got some fun stuff to tell you about today, but. >> a lot of people who saw the "game

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