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good morning. good morning. get out. vladimir putin excels hundreds of diplomats and staff from rush after sanctions being imposed by the u.s. the state department slamming that decision overnight. while on another front, tensions with north korea at an all-time high. the u.s. with a show of force after the regime's latest missile test. two major international crises awaiting the new white house chief of staff john kelly on his first day of the job. breaking overnight, 12 inmates escape from an alabama prison including 2 attempted killers. one of the escapees still on the run. this morning the
to track him down. on alert, security being ramped up at airports across australia after an alleged plot to blow up a commercial plane is foiled. four men in custody. what throwed their arrest. all that plus did that search for hidden treasure claim yet another victim? the case of the i credible shrinking airline seat, and labor of love, a doctor about to give birth herself takes a break to deliver someone else's baby. the unbelievable story to give your morning a boost. today, monday, july 31st, 2017. >> from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1 a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everyone, welcome to today on this monday morning. thank you for joining us. hoda's here while savannah takes some vacation time. >> and you are
>> you i missed you too. >> that seat's not the same without you in it. >> it's good to come back with real news to cover this morning. new turmoil facing president trump here and abroad. a move that's escalating tension between moscow. vladimir putin is call for 755 u.s. diplomatics and staff members from russia. >> the u.s. flew two bombers over the korean peninsula following the intercontinental ballistic missile test this month. >> this after the new chief of house is sworn in today after last week's out offing of reince priebus. we're covering it all four this morning starting with andrea mitchell. good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. dangerous crises on two fronts today. vladimir putin retaliating for congressional
russia and a u.s. in a show of force against north korea in the face of an alarming new missile threat. this morning harsh words from froois vice president mike pence. >> and no threat looms larger in the baltic states than the specter of aggression from your unpredict able neighbor. >> slamming vladimir putin avenue announced on state tv he ordered the stouchlt slash its diplomatic staff in russia by 750 five. >> recent diplomatic action taken by moscow will not deter the commitment of the united states of america to our security, the security of our allies and the security of freedom-loving nations around the world. >> the largest forced reduction at the u.s. embassy in moscow in a century, since the revolution. >> and i think this retaliation is long, long overdue. >> putin sfrieking back after a nearly unanimous sanctions vote against russia in congress, despite actions from the
house, pence says the president will sign it. >> the president nad very clear that very soon he will sign the sanctions from the congress of the united states to reinforce that. >> putin also retaliating from former president obama's kplulgs of 35 russians and closing 2 russian u.s. facilities last december, punishment for the election hacking. this has more trouble on another front. the u.s. displaying its missile defenses against north korea from alaska and another show of force, b-1 bombers flying over the korean plains. after kim jong-un's ra jaem fired its second missile friday, this one more powerful than the first. with the trajectory if flattened out that they say could not only reach the west coast but denver and chicago. they blamed china for not reigning him in. he said i am dispointed in china. they do nothing with us for
north korea, just talk. we will no longer allow this to continue. china could easily solve this problem. on this. >> i think the only solution is a diplomatic one. i'm very disappointed in china's response that it has not been firmer or more helpful. >> dangerous challenges around the world for a new president who is also grappling with crises here a at home. back to you. michael mcfaul a former u.s. embassy ambassador to russia san nbc news russian analyst. he's with us now along with jeremy bash. gentlemen, good morning to you. and michael i want to start with you and even as i do i think you and jar animy slightly disagree on this question. you think this is a pretty aggressive move on the part of the russians, don't you? >> well, i do, one, because is think it's unjustified. we didn't med he will in their elections so why are our plits being
metric to what we did. we kicked out 35 diplomatics, allegedly those that were work agencies intelligence officers. this reduction is over 700. most 6 those will be russian employees, but that's a drastic cut. that's the embassy of iran it's going to be much harder to do our business in russia as a result of this. >> you feel this is a little more boiler plapt, that there thil still may be some above relationship to be had between vladimir putin and donald trump are president trump, and this is kind of trump -- or putin saying, business is business? >> yeah, trump was forcesed to sign this bill and putin knows it. so i think, matt, that the pro mance will continue. look, vaush getting a lot of return on its investment it's getting what it wants in syria, we've agreed to scrap a program that would have tried to push assad out of the way. and it's getting what it wants in america and nato. our presence to defending nato has been pretty
>> michael you've been a chief diplomatic in russia. if you were to excel 755 diplomatics and staff, how does that impacted the way u.s. does business with russia, diplomatically. >> that's huge. when i was ambassador, we had to close down u.s. agency for international development, that was only 70 people. but that was very, very difficult. and i want to remind you, it hurts russians too. remember you go to the embassy to get your visa, that's the biggest section, councilor affairs. it's going to take a lot longer for russians to get their visas to come to the united states. so this as a beerm rang effect that hurts russians as well. >> let me go to north korea, another crisis facing this white house. president-elect trump famously said north korea just satd it's in the final stages of develop a nuke yoor weapon cape afbl reaching parts of the u.s., it won't
we know that how worked out. what is president trump learning about dealing with the north koreans. >> 14 missile tests this year, they with cleared most of the technical hurdles needed to build a icbm that could go downtown chicago, denver, maybe boston and new york. they are in the final sprint to having that capability and the last piece would be to miniature rise their nuclear warhead and put it atop that icbm. >> he said, this is the policy of strategic patience has come to and he. please tell me what the obama administration's approach and the trump administration's approach to north korea is? >> i'm not sure we know what the trump administration's approach is yet, he moda, but the trump administration has about it probably in meetings that week in the situation room a very stark choice. either to accept a nuclear armed north korea that can hit the united states, or to take preemptive military action. and i suspect given what they did in syria that they will look potentially for i symbolic stri
one facility in north korea to send a signal. >> we thank you. jeremy stick around we want your take on something else, this is the shake-up at the white house. the president's new chief of staff retired john kelly being sworn in today and he face a tough task transforming a staff that's seen its share of turmoil for the past weeks. peter has more on this thon '. >> reporter: general kelly will get right to work this morning first getting sworn in then attending his first cabinet meeting as chief of staff. can he bring order and stability? former white house advisers skagen kelly may provide discipline but the real question is whether president trump accepts it. >> this morning a changing of the gored. general john cell lit president's new chief of staff beginning what may be one of his most daunting missions yet bringing order to the chaotic trump white house. >> if we can have protocol, pecking order, order, discipline an
empowers the staff to succeed, i know that he general kelly has done that on the battlefield. >> but lately the west wing has been its own battlefield. kelly's chang challenged to be the president's gate keeper and to limit clashes between competing factions including chief strategist bannon and scaramucci. no questions over who scaramucci will report to. >> has scaramucci, he says reports directly to the president, have you now been told you report to john kelly. >> i will speak with general kelly and the president about that as i'm sure anthony scaramucci will. >> meantime one white house official with direct knowledge tells nbc news ivanka trump and jared kushner supported reince prooub priebus's departure. from the former campaign aid, this piece of advice. >> anybody that thinks they're going to change donald trump doesn't know donald trump. >> the president first taunting his own party tweeting that after their failed effort to
senators look like fools. later rooting them on, don't give up, the world is watching. also this morning the president's taking heat for these recent remarks to america's police. >> i said please don't be too nice. >> appearing 10 to dors rougher treatment of suspects. >> like when you guys put somebody in the car and you're protecting their head, you know, the way you put their hand over -- like don't hit their head and they've just killed somebody, don't hit their head. i said are you can take the hand away, okay. >> the backlash immediate. the top police chiefs group condemning comments underscoring that law enforcement officers are trained to treat all individuals with dignity and respect. the nypd commissioner plasting the president's suggestion as irreleva irresponsible and unprofessional. >> joo the white house has not commented on the line the president reporters are defending the remarks as a joke. and not to be lost today, the morning's cabinet meeting
we'll see president trump in a room with his attorney general jeff sessions since he began publicly disparaging him. matt, hoda, back to you. >> all right. thank you very much. jeremy, come on back in here for a second. you worked with general john kelly, you know the guy, you know his personality. all this talk aboutback stabbing and inviting in the west wing at the white house. does he have the personality that's going to accept that or deal with it? how easy he going to handle it. >> he won't tolerate that. he and the his wife are the real deal, they have given the ultimate sacrifice, they lost their son robert killed in action november 9th, 2010 pit think john's doing this job for the right reasons. he'll be able to succeed if, if the president gives him the authority tend to the chaos on dysfunction and presidential decision make being. that's unclear if the president doll that. >> if the president listens to him. >> the president has to take his advice and he has to make clear
entire staff, that there aren't just pop-up walking privileges and people need to go through the chain of command. this marine understands the chain of command. >> jeremy, thank you. good to have you here. there's a lot more to get to this morning include a terror plot to bring down a passenger jet. this was was thwarted in australia and this morning security's being stepped up at airports across that country. kelly, good morning to you. >> good morning. the department of home manned security said they're away and closely following this investigation into what australian police say was a sophisticated plot to bring down a commercial jet. >> this morning police are holding four men all brought in during sweeping raids over the weekend suspected of plotting to blow up a passenger plane. i know nothing, the suspect says. police have not named the man and they're not yet
but investigators still searching for evidence this morning as several properties across the subseshz of sydney called the plot credible and said there was quite possibly a capability to carry it out but did not yet have spefblz about locati -- specifics about place and time. >> great coordination and investigation has allowed us to disable that will plot. >> they reported the plot involved a homemade bomb hidden in a meat grinder and possibly a plan to release poison us gas in a plane. police would not confirm that. >> the plot that we're investigating we believe was an attempt to put a device on to an aircraft. but beyond that the spec slags just that, it's speculation. >> at airports across australia, new tougher security measures, this morning new long lines and. >> extra precaution should be taken but this is in expression e
>> it can't be help. >> australia hasn't been hit by a major terrorist attack since the lint cafe in sydney three years ago. two people were killed along with a gunman. this morning the country is once again on alert. >> and police say the investigation is ongoing. they say they've already seized a number of what they call items of great interest. they haven't said whether the alleged plot is tied to isis, only that it was islamist inspired and involved extensive planning. hoda, matt. >> all right. kelly, thank you very much. >> a manhunt is ununderway this morning. 12 inmates have escaped. from i prison. brady kilpatrick was jailed for drul drug offenses. he they told people in the jasper area to stay inside and turn off all do
off-duty personnel have been brought in to help with that last one. >> tens of thousands of people on the outer banks who were forced to evacuate hader russ and islands over the weekend got more bad news on sunday. authorities say that all three power lines that served the iemds have been damage and electricity could be out for as long as two weeks. on thursday a construction company accidentally drove a steel casing into a power cable. since then about 70,000 visitors and vacationners haers have bee evacuated. >> a group of arizona hikers had to be rescued after being stranded by flash flooding, this time is happened in sabine know canyon northeast of tucson. 26 hikers were tro trapped by raging flood waters. nobody was hurt had the just last monday 17 hikers were rescued from a recreational area. crews used helicopters to pull them up
cliff. let's get our first check of the weather. we've got sticky weather on the way. >> we do have a tropical dee depression off the west coast of florida, winds are at 35 miles per hour. this storm system is moving east at about 8 miles per hour so it's expected to cross right across florida through the day and into the overnight hours. by 2:00 a.m. tomorrow morning we're going to see the storm exit off the east coast of florida and then move out to the sea but before it does so we could see several inches of rainfall through florida. because of that we have flash flood watches in effect and a tropical storm watch because of those gusty winds. we could see 2 to 3 inches of rainfall an hour. and that's why we could see the flash flooding. as far as the southeast coast, south carolina, north carolina, down into georgia we're look at just some rough sur of that storm should stay out to sea
your local forecast is coming up in the next 30 seconds. good morning it's a delightful start to your mopped temperatures are in the 50s and 60s on this final day of july. it will be another day temperatures cooler than average. love that in the summertime. highs today up into the low and mid-80s across the area. low humidity and hardly a cloud to be found today. high downtown about 86 degrees with a light north wind and our extended forecast for the remainder of the weekis
getting back to about 90 degrees for wednesday, thursday, and friday. >> and that's your latest forecast. >> all right. thank you very much. coming up another person vanishes while searching for that elusive treasure allegedly hidden in the southwest. is it time to call off that controversial hunt for riches? >> and then the case of the incredible shrinking airline seat. is your safety being put at risk as those seats get smaller and smaller. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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it is 7:30, it is 7:30 now on a monday morning, july 31, 2017. we give you a look inside our control room. >> a lot going on in there. >> our producers pay us 50 bucks every time we set that shot up. and we wish them a good morning. let us goat some headlines on this monday morning. just days after congress approved sanctions against russia, vladimir putin is retaliate being telling the u.s. to cut et cetera embassy staff there by 755 people. it would be the largest forced reduction at the u.s. embassy in moscow in a century. the state department blasted putin's demand overnight calling it regrettable and uncalled for. at least nine people were whurt a
in los angeles. witnesses say the driver ran a red light, collided with another vehicle and jumped the curb before landing on a restaurant patio. the man did try to flee the scene buts with held by witnesses until police arrived. he was charged with felony hit-and-run. senator john mccain begins tweemt for an aggressive form of brain cancer. this say he'll undergo streemt at the mayo clinic in phoenix. he plans to maintain his work schedule while he's in arizona and plans to return to washington after the august recess. and of course we wish him the very best. >> yes. also this morning, a controversial treasure hunt in the southwest is back in the headlines. that's because a colorado man is mission and his family and friends believe he was trying to find a box allegedly filled with gold and jewels hidden by a wealthy art dealer. nbc's national correspondent miguel arm gar has more on that. >>. >> reporter: search and rescue
31-year-old ashby who vanished last month. they believe this is a case of a rafting trip gone bad but some close friends blame a relife treasure hunt. >> this morning friends and family of eric ashby fear he's the controversial vilktd of a treasure hunt. they say he moved here last year in hopes of find a vast treasure famously hidden by forest fen. he loved trying to solve puzzles and riddles, she says, so when he heard about the treasure, of course he was intrigued. that intrigue may have led tim to the arkansas river in southern colorado on june 28th. >> eric was attempting to swim across the alaska river, which i fully believe with all my heart he was looking for the treasure. and met his fate that day. >> if he died trying to find the elusive treasure, easy not the first to risk his
for it. since the millionaire art dealer revealed the hidden fortune eight years ago, the hunt has gained national media attention. thousands of adventure seekers have scoured the great outdoors looking for $2 million in gold coins and jewels. the only clues in a poem. >> if you are brave and in the wood, i give you title to the gold. >> fen says hid the box of wealth to inspire fortune seekers but for some the search for treasure has turned deadly. last year hiker randy bell uwas found dead in new mexico's back country after setting out to find the loot. and just last month police asked fen to call off the hunt after a colorado pastor died while searching. fen says these cases take a toll on him and he has repeatedly ushlged those looking for the treasure to use caution. >> treasure's not
dangerous place and i've said many times that don't look for the treasure anyplace where an 80-year-old man couldn't put it. >> but those words are of little comfort to eric ashby's loved ones who are searching for something far more precious than gold. >> the fremont county sheriff's department says a body was found over the weekend in the arkansas river. the coroner's office is hoping to confirm the idaho identity of the remains and hopes to have an answer by the end of the week. back to you guys. let's get another check of the forecast for dylan who's in for al. >> it is going to get extremely hot out west. we could see some all-time record high temperatures in parts of the pacific northwest all thanks to this ridge in the jet stream, this dip keeping it nice and comfortable through the midwest and eastern half of the country. let's look at the some of the temps we're looking at this week. we've got heat watches and advisories already in effect. we will start to see several days in triple
boise 101 degrees, 90 nait salt lake city, but as we get to the middle of the week these are the numbers that are most likely start to get dangerous. redding 116 on tuesday, 111 on wednesday, boys decide 102 on tuesday, portland, oregon, 107 by wednesday. we could see areas like seattle get up to the triple digits which will be only the fourth time until history for seattle. the all-time record high in port sland 107 so we could break that by thursday. all-time record high in regd 18 teen and we'll be close to that tomorrow. now here's a peek out your window. >> good morning, 68 degrees still very comfortable, sunny skies kaund expect that to state case through the day. sunny skies, low humidity were 58 gaithersburg, 63 degrees in leesburg, everyone feeling the pleasantly cool temperatures right now. for today sunny and nice, mooumd humidity stays at a comfortable el
>>. 86 for the high temperature. tuesday, wednesday, thursday, close to 90. next storm chance comes late friday. >> and you can find your forecast anytime on the weather channel on cable. >> all right. thank you so much. are you tired of being crammed into those tiny little airline seats? all right. just, well, we're going to see if we can order up something to try to change the way you fly coming up after this. >> good luck with that. and another safety concern when it comes to travel. >> hi, good morning, i'm jeff ross sin. coming up cutting edge technology to keep you safer on trains. we're that the giant training and research facility in the colorado desert where they're lighting trains on fire to keep you safer. our exclusive access next. ♪
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squeeze thanks to a court ruling one judge calls the case of the incredible shrinking airline seat. >> they're way too small. you know, i'm a 6'4" guy and they seem to be made for about a 5 foot guy. >> the faa argued its main concern is safety, not comfort. it mandates passengers must be able to get out of a plane within 90 seconds of an emergency, but it maintains seat size has no effect on that the. court ruled the faa didn't provide enough evidence, ordered the agency to review its decision not to regulate seat size. >> previously airlines have had free reign to reduce seat size and legroom. it's got tone the point where we think that this is really become torture class. >> the advocacy group flyer's rights brought the lawsuit citing data that the seat pitch or average distance between two seats has dwindled from a comfortable 35 inches to 31, some planes as low as
while seat width narrowed from about 18.5 inches to 17. during that same time the average american has gotten bigger. critics say airlines are cramming people in for one reason, profit. >> i think it's ridiculous that prices keep rising and the seats keep getting smaller. >> but the airline industry says it meets or exceeds all federal safety standards and says there's no need for the government to interfere with the market. passengers say they're tired of taking this sitting down. >> bigger, now. get them bigger. they're too small. >> the faa says that it does consider the distance between seats in testing and assessing the safe evacuation of the aircraft. it also says it's carefully considering this ruling but the long-term impact of the ruling is unclear. the judges didn't tell the faa to create new rules, just consider them. back to you. >> thanks. >> i think that's fascinate a lot of people look at that and they think only on th
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al and welcome back, everybody. we have dylan here to take care of everything. >> hey, i got you covered. let's talk about new jersey governor chris christi he was in milwaukee to see the brewers take on the cubs sunday night. but it wasn't all fun and games. when he stepped away from his seat rare cubs fan heck willed him from the stands and here's how he responded. >> excuse me. >> appreciate that. >> the cubs fan says he shouted from a distance telling christi he chucked and called him a hypocrite. he says christi then confronted him for about 30 seconds, the last bit caught on tape when he's heard saying you're a big shot. some users weighed in, he's a public figure, should act like a role model and not a bully. but on the other side of that, i think a little kick-back is fine. an elected official, yes, but people can go too far in what they say. so we asked on twitter what do
% say he went too far. 24% said he was right to confront them. so this encounter does come on the heels of another unfortunate baseball outing for him a few weeks ago when he caught a foul ball from the mets game and was rooted with boos from the crowd. >> i'm in the 24%. i think if you yell something nasty at someone whether they're an elected official or not, they have a right to turn around and contront you and put you in your place. >> i kind of thing he should have held his tongue but i'm most impressed that he held on to the nachos, cradled them like a football. >> you have to have your priorities, there nos question. >> all right. thanks, dylan. coming up, the extreme eating awards. the worst offenders when it comes to dishes load with fat and calories at your favorite restaurants. >> then jessica biel stops by to talk about her new thriller after your local news.
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it's it's 8:00 on today and coming up, putin's revenge. the russian president excepels u.s. diplomats and staff. john kelly on his very first day on the job. plus calorie bombs, a new report out this morning reveals some of the dishes at america's most popular restaurants could be harmful to your health. >> it's sur friegz see restaurant chains still putting these dishes on their menu. >> we dabbing tatake a look at t
paparazzi now threatening legal action over pictures of their newborn twins. we're live in london, today, monday, july 31, 2017. >> all right. i smie elvis sunglasses on the plaza here. >> we're from tupa low, mississippi, where elvis was born. >> how long have you been waching the today show, sir. >> 40 years, plus. >> we have some news on the plaza. >> i'm engaged. >> big shout out of the plaza this morning. >> good morning to our military sons and daughters. >> conspiracy spain to maine to. >> "today ". >> and welcome back, everyone, to "today" on this monday morning. we thank you for being with us. savannah's take something vacation time. >> and welcome back to
happy to have hoda with us here as well. >> how was your vacation by the way. >> it was nice. >> we missed you. >> i missed you too. let's start with your news at 8:00 on a day when his new chief of staff takes over. president trump is dealing with alarming developments overseas. nbc white house correspondent kristen welker joins us with the latest. good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning to you. president trump is starting the week facing two foreign policy crises first with russia with vladimir putin announcing he's expelling 7 pun 55 diplomats from russia it's the largest force reduction in moscow in a century. the move marks a retaliation for congress nearly unanimously voting to impose new sanctions against russia with mr. trump expected to sign that bill. it's also payback for former president trump pay back.
the u.s. flying b-1 bmers over the korean peninsula and displayingtist its missile defense systems. they say the missile could reach the west coast he coast and denver and possibly chicago. it all comes amid a realignment here at the white house. general john kelly being sworn in this morning. his challenge is to bring order to the white house which has been plagued by clashes and cape yos. republicans are concerned the discord is undermining their agenda. general celly is set to attend his first cabinet today. all eyes will be on him and attorney jeff sessions who will also be in attendance. sessions has been the target of attacks from the president in the last few weeks. a foiled plot to bring down a commercial jet liner is marking air travel in australia more complicated this morning.
tough new airport security measures were rolled out after the arrests of four men this weekend. they believe the men were planning to place some sort of device on to a plane, however, they wouldn't say whether the suspects have ties to isis or any other known terrier groups. a consumer group focus opened nutrition is out about popular chain restaurants. they may have more calories and fat than you realize. we take a closer look. >> reporter: they're among the tastiest and irrelevant resist able dishes but they're full of fatd fat, loaded with sugar and their calories are through the roof. this morning, they're out with the 2017 extreme eating awoord winners. >> with an obesity he dem nick america it's surprising to see restaurant chains putting dishes like these on the menus. >> the list includes i pop's cheeseburger only laet, nine tine hundred 9lo
recommended amount and almost 2.5 days worth of saturated fat. but they say it's misleading to single out the highest meal combinations without pointing out the other dishes that meet a variety of dietary knees. at the cheesecake factory, pasta pal la tanna, it was 2,400 calories plus two days worth of sodium and four times the daily limit of fat. the cheesecake factory says they've always been about choices telling today many of our guests come in and want to celebrate and not be concerned with calories. and noting that nearly 50 of their healthier dishes have fewer than 590 calories. dave and buster's carn vor pizza dilla was named the worst april ties ter has more than 1900 calories and 3.5 days worth of saturated fat. dave and buster's did not respond to today's request
commented. >> americans get about one-third of their calories from restaurant food and they deserve to know ha they're eating. >> for today, morgan rat ford, nbc news, new york. >> a lot of people in the studio paying attention to the monitors on that one. >> i'm kind of hungry that's my takeafwra that. >> now to something new, hoda's morning boost to get your day going in the right direction. >> this one's gets a lot of attention online. there's a pregnant doctor in kentucky who interrupted her own delivery to help another woman give birth. she was about to have her own labor induce rrd that's when she overheard another woman, lea hall day johnson was delivering a babe baby, she seemed to be in disspres stress. now because the oncall physician was still on the way, she got up, put on a hospital gown and delivered that baby her sblefl i'm so very lucky that she was there and she was the type of person who was willing to step up like that and do what she did. we really appreciate her. >> by the way, both women does have baby
dr. hess joked that she figured she would be working late into her pregnancy just not that late. >> that's extraordinary. >> isn't that something. she said she had the hospital gown and just put another one on to cover her backside when she went into surgery. sweet lady. >> we've got to get her on and talk to her. there as i lot more to come on a monday morning including new show in the works from creators of game of thrones is causing an up roar. >> a new series to keep you safe. this morning to spot train derailments before they happen. >> and tips for your pets. >> and we're going to have some good recipes but first these messages.
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acquired. >> there are going to be folks watching at home saying he's famous he doesn't get to complain. but there are plenty of talking points, should children be proekted from the paparazzi no matter who their parents are and will the tough laws in france work here. >> one of the biggest and most photographed stars on the planet taking aim at the paparazzi. gorng clooney going after them saying they snapped pictures of their twins. the photos printsed in the french magazine apparently taken at his home in itly. clooney and his wife are fewer yous yoes sake the paparazzi scaled our fence, climbed our tree and illegally took pictures of our infants inside our home. clooney saying he'll prosecute the frfr and photographer and the magazine to the full extent of the law because the safety of his children demands it. in a statement the magazine argued publish being the photos was notice public interest adding those
in danger mr. clooney, his wife, or their kids. the clooneys not alone. prince william and kate are locked in their own legal bat well another french magazine over pictures of the princess privately sun bathing topless in 2012 and william remembering his mother diana's treatment in the hbo documentary our mother, her life and legacy. >> i don't believe chasinged by 30 guys on motorbikes who block your path, who spit at you and shout at you and who react really badly to get a reaction from you make a woman cry in public to get the first crashry don't believe that was appropriate. >> william and kate have themselves criticized photographers harassing their son george and nought clooneys join a long list of celebrities questioning they say the tabloid targeting of their children. >> we spoke to the editor of the magazine this morning. 134e tells nbc news the photographers were not on his pe
there are big fines, magazines are made to print front page apologies. i guess bhiechb questions are ordinary folks afforded the same kind of protection. >> if you could scale a wall and climb a tree, i think you've crossed a pretty definite line in my opinion. >> all right. thanks. >> let's turn now to what's trending today. >> let's do it. >> jana bush hager. >> hey, guys. >> is joining the fun. >> how are you. >> good, thank you. how are you? >> good. happen monday back from vacation. >> good to be back, thank you. who likes a good wed something okay. no? you two were hesitant there. >> i like weddings. do you love a wedding. >> i like a good wedding with you there are rules you're supposed to follow in a wedding. let's talk about some etiquette. the most common foe pa at a wedding is. >> wearing white. >> if you're not the bride. >> i went to bob by thomas's wedding wearing white lace. >> why? >> i
i didn't think about it and -- >> what was on her -- what she wore that day on the show i promise. >> you yeah. >> i did that once. here's smoerj foe pas and there's some rules of etiquette subject for debate. buzz feed surveyed its rooerd readers and i'm going to ask you. is it okay if you bring someone, a plus one if you're single. >> yes. >> no. >> no. >> yes. >> it's not. >> unless the invitation says plus one, right. >> exact. >> i if you take it upon yourself to bring someone else that you're dateding. >> yeah. i'm think ig need to bring my wife real. >> i but that -- but you're married oar, you're not sing. >> this is if you're sing and have a boyfriend. >> here's another one. is it tacky to take a photograph with your cell phone during the ceremony? >> no, everyone does it. >> it's okay. >> what do you think, matt. >> i don't know. i think you should be paying attention to the -- >> the moment. >> you should be in the moment, e
these, is it okay to walk over a table and swicht natch the name of where you're supposed to sit? >> yes. >> do you know how long it took me to maneuver all the different people and put them in just the right place. >> who cares? >> it's knots okay, but that doesn't mean i haven't done it. >> exactly. there you go. >> 54% of people said, no, it's not okay, 46% say, yes. how about this one, this is interesting. is it okay during a reception if you're a guest to goup and ask the dj to play a certain song, to request music at the reception. >> i'm going to take a page from jana no, it's not ouk but i've done that. >> there's a song hey mr. dj for one reason only, you've got to ask. >> you want to have fun. >> i think a lot of times people plan the play list and they want the music they want. maybe late at night. >> towards the end. >> when you've kicked your
>> here's a bonus question, is it okay to propose to your girlfriend or boyfriend at someone else's wedding. >> please don't. >> no. >> please don't. >> not okay. >> i'm begging you, please don't. >> it's romantic. >> up do. >> yeah. you're at a wedding and propose to your loved one at the wed sblg if do you it in private. >> otherwise the story isn't the wedding. >> you're not the one taking the vows. >> enjoy your life in the phi%. 95% say no, that's knots okay. >> all right. dylan it time to pop start. >> it is. let's begin with hbo's new project "confederate". it's been the subject of controversy. david ben offand dbwise, the creators of game of thrones are working ton the. ultimate history drama will depict a nation in which slavery remains legal. they used the #no
it went viral it was the number one twitter trend in the u.s. and number two worldwide. they issued a statement saying we have great respect for the dialogue and concern being expressed around confederate. we have faith that the writers will approach the subject with care and sensitivity. it is currently in its infancy and we lope that people will reserve junlt judgment until there's something to see. the sirng made headlines for abruptly canceling the remainder of his world tour but he's still supporting it. he was spotted out in malibu wearing his tour merchandise. he wore yellow shorts which from his tour which was called off for unforeseen circumstances. michael jackson's 19-year-old daughter made her bond with her godfather a permanent one with matching tattoos. they got what appears to be spoons on their arms. paris shared the photo on instagram as they showed off their shared ink. th
star. >> now you know. >> we've got more. >> i'm calling the daly alcoholic. a deliveryman who was in louisiana and he was in for quite the surprise. he was approach a house on his regular route when a snake slithered out from behind and he reacted pretty much the same way i would, just toss those packages in the air. so. >> where'd he come out from? >> he came out from behind the plant, guy caught on camera. hope there's nothing fragile in that box. but would you react that way? >> yes. >> yeah. >> if a bug crawls out in front of me i would react that way. >> we want more dylan. >> doing weather now. >> sure. >> we were talk big tropical depression off the coast of florida now but now it is troop tropical storm emily winds have increased up to 45 miles per hour. lots and lots of rain in tampa, also no ft. myers, naples, and
issue. while there will be some gusty winds as the storm crosses through central florida we're going to see several inches of rain lightly then it will paralyze the coast of southeast and then move out to sea not really a threat to georgia or the carolinas. but in florida we have warnings in effect. we could see rainfall rates of about 2 to 3 inches per hour and when all that rain comes down that quickly it could lead to some of that flash flooding with some areas right in the center of florida picking up as much as 5 to 8 inches of rainfall. so that is going to be an issue tonight and noon tomorrow. elsewhere across the country we have that monsoonal moisture still producing pockets of heavier rain in the southwest and the heat is building out west. by the middle of the week we could see all-time high temperatures. here's a peak out your window. >> temperatures are going to be a degree or two cooler today. temperatures in the mid to upper 60s to right around 70 degrees right now. a nice day to be outside sod if you're planning toet
the low humidity for the next couple of days. getting a little bit warmer and humid as we get towards wednesday and thursday with highs back up close to 90 degrees. maybe a few showers in the shannen doeya on thursday but the next chance for rain area wide is on friday afternoon. okay i'm down. >> you're done? >> yes, that's it. >> you paid your dues today. now to a new rossen reports. it's all about keeping you safe. >> first up cutting edge technology being developed to protect you from deadly train crashes. today national investigative jeff rogs sin has more on that. good morning. >> good morning. so many of us watching about to head out to the train and we cover train accidents all the time if the just happened again, this one right here a train in bars lone april crashed a passenger train. latest numbers here show more than 50 people injured. soevlz still investigating what went wrong. and it is a teif
those trains every single day. but now a new way to stop those accidents from ever happening. there's a super secure training site in the colorado desert that's normally closed to the public but this morning we're getting rare access with dramatic demonstrations, with you technology, most of it never seen before that could save save your life next time you're on a train. >> high speed crashes, passenger trains out of control. >> people just screaming for their lives. >> we just heard people screaming, they couldn't get out. >> freight trains derailing too, spilling hazardous gas has no neighborhoods, forcing evacuations. already this summer new train accidents from wisconsin to missouri and just days ago this train derailing in ohio. in washington, this amtrak train was speeding when it flew off the tracks. in illinois, this tanker spilling tens of thousands of gallons of crude oil. according to federal railroad
administration, there were almost 11,000 train accidents and incidents last year alone. 805 people killed, almost 4,000 injured. now, how to prevent these crashes from happening at all. unveiling cutting edge technology that could save lives. >> it's all happening right here at this giant training and research facility in the mid i will of the desert in colorado. to show you how big this is, it is 52 square miles of train tracks and simulated train accidents like this. they haven't allowed cameras in here in 20 years, but today, exclusive access for us. >> first up, the surprising hidden danger causing most train derailments, cracked wheels. and the new device that can stop them. >> broken wheels air major cause of derail mts. what we're doing with this technology is finding broken wheels before they actually break. >> now these high-tech sensors can take ultrasound photos of theee
capturing microscopic cracks that can cause a catastrophe. >> right now it's taking pictures that be fast. >> all the wheels. >> the image popping up in an instant and, look, those hairline cracks are right there in red. that could be enough to derail a train. >> this can be a game changer and save lives. >> it certainly can save lives. >> but what happens when trains are out of control either traveling too fast or the engineer is unresponsive? like this metro north commuter train that derailed killing 4 people. experts say technology called positive train control could have prevented it. stopping moving trains automatically. >> so if something happens here and you can't run the train. >> we'll be able to bring the train to a stop. >> by itself. >> by itself. >> as we barrel down the tracks, we're approach a red light. >> it's giving me an alert right now to bring it to a stop. >> it's saying warning, brake. so you're not going to touch anything. >> i'm not going to touch anything. >> and we're going to see 'th
>> correct. we can see the red light ahead ant ptc pics kicks in. >> it's stopping i can feel it brake sblg it's stopping the entooir train. >> if something happened to you re-r we could be safe back is there. >> yes. >> the train coming to a complete stop before the red light in real life the difference between life and death. but when an accident does happen, first responders learning new tricksing to save us all. >> one of the most traumatic training exercise they do here is had, a free train derailment. as you know these trains go through cities and towns in america, this one has hazardous materials in it. in the old days firefighters would take the chemical sensor and have to walk into this and fut in there so they would know whether they need to evacuate your home which is right here or a mile that way or on the other side. but now something much better and faster to keep us all safe. that's the chemical serngs right down there and you can see it's attached to a dr
so let's launch the drone up, our nbc drone is in the air right now to show you haufs it can happen. we're going to raunch it and put it in there. it keeps firefighters out of harm's way gets the information faster for the rest us. joe, you're a firefighter, this impacts your community, why is this so great four? >> it's great because it keeps us out of harm's way and allows us to get rap independent i i did information to keep our community safe. >> and keeping you safe as well. >> absolutely. >> thank you very much for everything do you. that's one of things they do here and they're deploying this technology across the country right now. >> life-saving technology that could save from you a train crash. >> pretty cool stuff. what should do you if you're in a train accident in the first step, of course, all listen to directions from the train crew. next you should look for a way out, also of course, there are both emergency windows and doors you can operate manually. as far the safest place to sit should you sit in the front, in the back some experts sart middle of the train may be the
will say crash the energy likely will be a crash on the front or the back so you have a less chance of derailing in the mid. >> we all like that sensor, that drone thing. >> keep the firefighters safe, drpz that sensor in realtime informationing about what they're dealing with. >> and you've got more coming up tomorrow. >> yes, our series keeping us safe, as you know, dylan's knows right here it's the summer storm system, dangerous flash flood ago and looigtd strikes but now popular apps tell you they can tell when you it's going to start raining down to the minute. question is do they work? we're going storm chasing trying this out. that's tomorrow morning right here on "td ". >> thanks so much. coming up, jessica biel is here standing over in the orange room. we're going to talk to her about a great new project. it's a thriller, family, more, but first your local news.
. good morning it's 8:26 now on this monday, july 31st. i'm aaron gilchrist. let's start with a look at the records and a look at your first 4 traffic. >> thank you. good morning our trouble spot, two of them on the toll road eastbound first crash was after the fair fax county parkway they were able to clear that one now a new crash reported just before the fair fax county parkway. delays are building quickly off the greeb wait the 'otherwise the beltway not too bad. typical slow downs. to side outer loop, inner loop and up in mcclain, but nothing's wrong. back to you. >> we'll get a look at your forecast when we come back. stay with us.
♪ it's 8:00. it's 8:00, 8:30 now on this monday morning, the 30s first day of july, 2017. that means august rolls in tomorrow. where has this summer gone? >> where has this sirm gone? >> all right. this is the fun time of the day where we scour our huge, beautiful crowd and we find one special person we'd like to single out. so who's it going to be today? [ cheers ]. >> i think it might be you, what's your name. >> bob bachelor. >> we're so happy that you came here and i know you love all of us at the "the today show" but you love one man. >> who would that be. >> mr. matt lauer. and in fact you were
plans because matt was on vacation. >> yes area of course. so happy you came. >> we are so happy that you came here to see us and you've spend e spent time and you've been watching us every day for 40 years. where are the daughters? you all are the daughters. >> yes. >> you all are so sweet. can we do anything for. >> you yeah, matt can sign my shirt. >> i doll that. and actually maybe you'd come on in for the next segment, we'd love to have you in there. >> that would be amazing. >> that would be cool. >> this is a bucket list. >> we love you, honey. >> thanks for doumg scoming to >> you're going to come in with us in a little bit. we have ms. jessica biel here. >> you're coming in when jessica biel's in there. >> that's way better than you. >> if you like a good thriller she's going to tell us all about that and everything else that's happening in her life. >> then we have puppies on the plaza. we'll teach you thousand keep them safe and cool in the heat
is about to share one of of her go-two recipes from brazil. >> but first something interest on our sister golf channel today. >> i sat down with david farrowed did i for a candid conversation not just about golf. we touched on politics were golf, and the career i almost had. if you know david, you know he's a little different. he's slightly different, so it was fun. we had a good time talking, it's an all newspaper farrow did i tonight 9:00 eastern. >> so you're not going to give up on the career you almost had? >> no. >> dylan, what's the weather looking like? >> beautiful in the northeast. the humidity's down, temperatures look nice. the heat is starting to build out west and we have flood watches across the southwest and inluds parts of northern texas where we will see pockets of heavier rain. tropical storm emly is affecting florida with heavy rain
naples where we could see rainfall i rafts 2 to 3 inches per hour. tomorrow that monsoonal moisture could lead to flood watch flooding and we get into the triple digits in the pacific northwest. some temperatures could break record highs in the middle of the week. that tropical will go out to sea and spare the carolina anis amris and georgia. it's flo that's going to get most of that rain. now here's a peek out your window. good morning and currently we'll still feeling very comfortable. 71 degrees right now. sunny jooiz skies area calm winds and many locations in the 60s, 65 dulles, 62 martinsburg, 69 in clinton. later on today sunny, nice, ber infect day to get outside, 86 for a high temperature as we go through the afternoon. a dry stretch for most of the week, 89 tomorrow, 91 wednesday and thursday, next rain chance comes in friday and into your satda
channel on cable. hoda and matt. >> all right. thank you. >> guess who's here? jessica biel is making a sinful return to tv this week starring in the new sinner it's a new mini series on usa. >> jessica plays a young mother who's enjoying a day at the beach with her family when suddenly she snaps and attacks a total stranger. >> you can explain why you killed her? >> i don't understand why we have to keep going over this. >> i told somebody at the beach and i just told the woman here before you. >> i realize that, we just need to confirm the details. >> i stabbed him with a knife i was using to peel fruit for my son. >> she seems nice. jessica deal, good morning. as my son would say, what? what happened there? >> by the way, that's not a spoiler. >> no. >> we didn't just destroy something. >> no, no, you di.
we think it's going to be interesting and somewhat different of a psychological thriller and different kind of procedural show because we're not looking for who, we're looking for why. why did this seemingly normal young woman who has a family and a child and a husband, wlie did she do this horrific act. >> well it fits because when we look at you watching the first couple minutes of this, it seems like a role that you would be perfect for, like a sweet mom and all this stuff. >> what i do mean by that? >> when you snap i was like oh my gosh. did you like exploring that part of the human psyche, like what causes someone to snap like that. >> that's it, right. this is what's so wonderful about my job, i goat step into the shoes of someone else and try to understand what this person could have been going through and how we all, as human beings, truly have the possibility to snap. we have it within us. and we don't do it, but what makes you actually cross the line. >> so we said that we weren't
you put it we know who did it we need to know why. so without spoilg it you can take me at all in that direction as to what us kaz her to go from this day at the beach to sitting in that interrogation room? >> right. so what i can say is that we're tracking a story through the present and we're tracking a story through the past. so we're going to delve into a lot of her trisry and family's history and the experiences that she's had as a younger person and how that life kind of experience can bring you up to one point where you make a decision in your life that changes, you know, your whole existence. >> i was reading an interview you did i think was with marie clair or something and you said sometimes in real life i have trouble standing up for myself and exploring this character sort of made you explore that part of you. that made me like you more knowing that you -- that sometimes have you trouble. >> well thank you. >> she was so so on you before that. >> but that just pushed me over the edge. there's something about t
that's just one of my personal -- personal struggles for my whole life to be able to say, no, i'm not comfortable with that or this is important to me and i want to do this. i just -- it's one of my many flaws that i'm going to be working on for my whole life. >> i don't know. >> when someone comes on the show and they give us all this information and they do the career run candown, how old, you when you started in this business? >> i started professionally working i started seventh heaven when i was 14. >> did you ever think at that age that you would get to do the variety of roles that you've now had a chance to do? >> you know, i don't think i was thinking so far in the future when i was that young. i was passionate about this kind of work, ways motivated and dedicated to work hard and try to create something. but i don't think i really thought this far ahead. i dreamed big, you know, i think when i was a kid i probably said, i want to be a movie s
term i'd heard and something that i aspired to but didn't quite know what that meant. >> yeah. >> so i don't know exactly what i was thinking about when i -- >> it's worked out well. >> i think ways totally insane. my parents were totally insane to let me do this crazy career. >> you have a little boy, sigh las. >> i do. >> little 2-year-old. would you allow or want him to go along the same path that you and your husband have chose? >> it's sufficient a tough question because it's hard to say no because i was given so many opportunities and my family was so supportive of everything even when i was so young. but it's hard to say yes because it's such an intense experience, it's a tough business, it's a ruthless business and, you know, i would -- i would be hesitant if he was so young. i would say, you know what? please finish high school, go to college, then do whatever you want to do. anything you want to did, but, you know, we'll see what happens when he's 14 and begging to do something. >
this portion of "today" is brought to you by nature's recipe. nature's recipe, fuel the welcome back, everybody. during the hot and humid days of summer you want to know how to keep yourself cool but what about these guys? here are some important information as pet expert andrea ard den. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> we should point out that all the puppies and dogs we have are up for adoption, right. >> yes area for home for good
know we get hot. how do you know when you feel like your pet is overheated. >> first it's important to know the that our pets generally do not dissipate heat as well as we do because we release heat through you'll all of our skin. >> right. >> dogs just release it through the pads of their feet and panting pry pair r mayorly. so you need to look for signs of lethargy, extra panting. a dog who's gums are either super red or very pale, and also obviously a dog who rkz looks in any way dizzy. if you see those signs you don't want to douse them in cold water, that could make them go into shock. you fwoont get them into a cool place and put cool, room temperature water on them. >> i thought this was crazy when i first saw this on the note. you're talking about sun screen for dogs. >> yes. so believe it or not, dogs unfortunately kls suffer from skin cancer. >> okay. >> so we don't want to use sub screen made for people, they are made specifically for dogs. >> okay. >> and when you, using the sun
sure you give your dog something good like a treat before you put it on them. >> let's talk hydration, very, very important. >> super important. i think people underestimate the fact that dogs need so much more water during the warmer months. there's cooling boulz bowls if you feel this it's nice and cold. >> oh, yeah. >> there's toilz toys that are great that you can fill with water but most importantly it's making sure they consistently get enough water. you bring something with you when you go on short walks to make sure they're hydrated at all times. >> good if you live in a city and there are manhole covers and greats you've got to be careful because the bottom of their paws are sensitive. >> the substrate changes depending on where you are so be careful. >> we're in a car. i feel like we're exposing tahoe a little bit. there's a safety belt you should have for your dog. >> i know people think it's cute when dogs have their head out the window but it's dangerous. it's just like if you had a child and not in a safety
they also are susceptible to getting something in their eye. so you either want them in a crate that's secured or in a harness that's made specifically for them. >> you belt the crate right in. >> yes. >> and have you to be careful because cars get hot. >> this is a sun adviser from ahn mall release fund and it helps spread the word we should not leave our pets unsupervised in the car. >> and then we have this tweet pooch here. >> there's lots of pair sites and things weapon need to be aware of during the summer. make sure to talk to your veterinarian to find the one that's most important for them. and the other thing is make sure you are keep your. he well groomed. if they have mats in their coat they're more susceptible to hot spots and it's harder to find any pair sites. >> matt's got a cute dog. >> i don't think lal wants go in the pool. >> this is about a safety jacket, a life jacket for dogs when they're in the water. >> even people somebody here was telling me this vae labrador who loves the water. even dogs who love the water you
you need to have them in a life investigate. they can over expeexert themsel >> i come on, come on. >> oh, no. no life jacket. >> how about that. >> this one doesn't have a life jacket. >> oh. >> now it's underwater. here, here. come here. >> it's like we're teasing that. andrea. >> it's like bop bobbing for apples here. >> all good tips and a reminder all these sweet puppies available for adoption. you can get more info on that at today.com. and we have the perfect recipes for supper on "today".
we're we are back on this monday morning, time for "today food" one of our lifestyle experts is here, off of the founder of today, women of today, ka milla alvez. she's here with a great recipe that's beloved in her home country brazil. good to see. >> you now we? >> good toe sue. >> now we spent time togethering in brazil and i don't remember you making this dish for us. >> but do you remember trying heart of paumz? >> i do. >> and great tasty steak. >> yes. >> and tropical flavors mixed together. >> but now you're putting everything together. >> so we bring you a little brazilian heat to the american sum zbler you have flank steak. >> ginger, garlic, bell peppers, honey, pineapple, should we get started? >> yeah. and you do something a little unusual to most people right off the bat. instead of cooking the steak as this, you cook it after slicing
that we treat our meat very different fli bra dill but the reason we do that this is going to go in a salad and we're going to mayor nate about an hour and we wanted the taste and flavors to get in there very good. do you want to slice it for me? >> no. and i did wash my hand after the dog segment. >> i saw it. >> in about half inch strips. >> rearea that's good. and you cut against the grain. here for the marinade i have garlic, ginger, honey, dpi get this muni out. the -- mhoney out. so i sauce. whisk is altogether. >> this goes on for about an hour. >> yes, pour it over the meat and mayor nate for ban hour. here we have bell peppers already sliced, pineapples, we're going to slice some. you want to do that foreign policy me. >> sure.
you. are you good with the knife. >> i'll let you know. >> so now we have the meat over here that's been marinading for an hour. we're going to put some oil on the grill. whew. a little fire going. >> because i would imagine that the slices in steak are more likely to stick to the grill than an entire steak with. >> exactly. you want to oil your grill first and this is going to cook really facht, really, really fast so maybe a couple minutes each side and you are done. >> all right. so let's through the magic of tv. >> magic of tv cook one. >> take that off the grill. looks great. >> you start there, i'll keep taking this off the grill. >> perfect. got it? >> got it. >> here we have already the pineapples and the bell peppers we're going to cut into squares. you can keep chopping it for me. we're doing a good dance today. >> i'm doing all the knife work here. >> and the dressing for the salad we have garlic chili sauce, lime jaws, orange zest,
rice, vinegar, and oil. we're going to whisk that together. >> and you should whisk. >> you don't want to whisk. >> you should definitely whisk. i don't do the whisking. >> let's mix some of the pineapple and bell pepners there. >> okay. you want that steak in there now too? >> yes, mix altogether. >> that's what she did. >> guys. >> ka milla, it's crazy good. >> no, is that -- matt, wait null taste that steak. >> the balance of the salt and sweet and you guys also tried the harder palm salad with avocado. >> i recommend you taking the lettuce out and doing just the heart of palm and the avocado. just so you know we do heart of paumz all the time in brazil. one ounce of heart of palm equals 14% of the amount of fiber you need a day. >> hafrt palm, all right. >> so you eat this whole salad by if
have all the fiber for the day. >> we spent two weeks in ka milla, you remember her treating us to a dinner like this. >> never once. >> you are forgiven. thank you so much. this is delicious. good to see you. she's back do more in our next half hour at and by the way you can find aufrl her recipes on our website, today.com. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. aufrl he our website, today.com. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. laufrl h our website, today.com. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. laufrl hn our website, today.com. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. aufrl h on our website, today.com. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. ofaufrl s on our website, today.com. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. her rec our website, today.com. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc.
we're back, no we bark now on this monday morning and, guys, if you're watching, this is a picnic you want to be invited to. this is all right. and we're back with today's summer moment. our viewers have been sharing photos to capture the essence of the season. they're all loaning for a chance to join us on the plaza for one our concerts. >> this is what we showed you some of our favorites so far. everything from sweet treats to underwater smiles. >> and our viewers voted on today.com and the photo moving on to the next round is this one. ♪ >> we'll have photos for you to vote on at the end of the week and one could be yours so keep those pictures coming using the #todaysummermoment. >> is z there anything that says summer month than lig leel. a
pineapple. >> exactly. >> what's coming up in our next hour? >> well, you're joining us again. >> yeah, making another summer recipe. >> another thing she didn't make in rio. >> apartments asian side. >> we'll be talk about the last ship and etiquette to get out of sticky swagz like this one. >> nothing sticky about this. all right. much more ahead. thanks so much, thanks for always feeding us so well and we're going to have much more ahead but first your local news and weather.
this is a news 4 today news break. >> good morning, 8:56 on this monday, july tlirt first. i'm aaron gilchrist. let's check on your morning commute with jack tail loand your first 4 traffic. jack. >> thank you. good morning on the beltway prince george's county we had an abrupt delay. crash that's up near 2002 is occupying haft of the roadway to the right. you've got two left lanes
good morning. comfortable temperatures still sift 6 in washington so we're rising here. 70 dulles, 72 leesburg, clinton almost 70 degrees. forecast looks good today, not as hot or humid but the sun willing out. mid-80s as we go through the after the noon and tomorrow closer to 90 degrees approximately we'll stay dry through thursday then the storm chances return late friday into saturday, so far sunday looks dry. aaron. >> thank you. you can get the latest news and weather anytime. another update here in 25 minutes.
♪ this morning on this morning on today's take, it's a mcsteamy monday. plusz the photo feud that everyone's talking about that's got george cloony fewerious. and we'll get cooking with camilla who's got a light summer coming up now. >> from nbc news, this is "today's take" live from studio 1 a in rockefeller plaza. >> and welcome to today on this monday morning the last day of july, 2017. it's crazy. we're listening to love song by brett eldridge. >> i love this song. and we're off and our guest cohost this morning is eric deign. >> hi. >>d
>> not much just thought i'd stop by and hang out with you for a little bit. >> we're okay with it. we're okay with it right? >> i didn't realize last time he was here i was pregnant and now calvin is almost eight months old. >> that's right. >> how time flies. >> yeah. >> but what a way to be welcomed back from vacation, mcsteamy. >> right. welcome back. >> that makes monday a little easier. >> we v had him come just zblour i'll be doing a lot of things four today. >> oh really. like? >> well let's get to the cards and see. >> so your fans are super excited for the rurch eturn of show. >> 7.1 million viewers? >> really. >> that's what it said. >> that's great. >> that's fantastic. >> tell us a little bit about it for those that haven't been watching. >> well. >> which is not that many people. >> it started out as a viral outbreak, which decimated 80% of the world's population. >> sounds like a
>> i was tasked with saving the world. and i did. did i. >> wow. what does it feel like to save the world? >> it feels really good put get a sense of accomplishment and gratification that you don't get doing too many other things. >> the last time you had a beard, i wasn't here which was rude for you not continue to variety me. >> well season 4 you find tom chandler in a self-imposed exile, in greece of all places vacationing, 16 months off the ship. >> wow. >> and but you don't have a beard now because you're back on the ship. >> back in the navy, they like it clean. >> yes. >> and how but, do you like it clean. >> i don't like to shave. i don't like dragging a razor across my face. >> but your face seems smooj smooth when you shave. >> it does. >> some people breakout when you shave too much. is that true? has that happened now. >> when i shave my legs to too much sometimes it gets
irritated, yes. >> i don't shave my legs, but the seven minutes it takes me to shave my face in the morning i could use doing better things. >> yes. so you took some time off from the show. >> i did. tell us a little bit about that. >> i took some time off, i was dealing with some depression which was kind of odd to me. >> i felt very conflicted about it because i didn't really feel like i had anything to be depressed about. and now i take a medication called press stick, which sounded like a good mood, and the depression's gone. >> wow. that's great. so you're doing okay. >> i'm doing okay, yeah, thanks for asking. >> how important is it to spread -- i think some people think of mental illness and they don't take it seriously. how important is it to take it seriously. >> you've got to listen to your body. it's a very serious thing and i felt very conflicted because i couldn't figure out what i was depressed about. >> yeah. >> but it's very real. and that was -- that was the scary thing when you wake up and you're like i don't want to get out of bed, you k
-- i was like seeing these doctors thinking that there was something physically wrong with me because i'd never felt like that. i mean i've dealt with detregs pression throughout my life it was manageable and i thought everybody kind of feels a little blue. but this just hit me like a truck. i had to take insome time off, i went away, took care of and i'm feeling great. >> so happy you're feeling well and you'll be back on tnt with season four. >> i will be. looking forward to. >> i think we have a special sneak. >> we have a clip? >> peek of what we can expect. >> let's take a look at it. >> so what do you know about me? >> i wasn't sure until now, but i had my doubts. it's not my business, you wanted to disappear and did you, but the world is in trouble again. you see
>> august 20th it's back. >> yeah. >> and we thought that that was greece but it's not. >> that was malibu. >> so you did like a 20-minute commute. >> he with did the jung until season one, it was actually the botanic cal gardens in pasadena. >> it was really? >> yeah. we have great -- great computer generated imagery visual effects guys. >> you didn't have to go to greece although who wouldn't want to. >> you put the camera in the back spot you can have the back zblard maybe next season. you just got back from vacation. >> i did. >> how it was. >> it was so wonderful. we go to turks and cake cos with my husband's family every year, 14 of us now. that's my husband and little calvin, happy as can be. >> love those cheeks are out of control. >> his cheeks are just like so, so like squeezable. so we have this adorable raft that my best friend had given us, and every single time we put him in the ocean or the pool, the kid would fall
>> just woke up from a nap put him in the pool asleep. he took a half hour nap in the ocean. >> doesn't that sound like like a nice place to take a nap. >> did you have somebody with him or did you just let him bop around. >> i think it's because we have a sound machine at home and it's set to ocean so every night he sleeps to the ocean so i'm pretty sure tlgs there's -- >> if you were in something safe. >> yes. >> it sounds like a good place to sooep zbleep put your head down it was wonderful. was vacationing with a child say little different. >> i couldn't just wake up and roll out and set on the beach. >> it's not but anymore. it's a job. >> then it's another diaper change, wait do a bottle now we get to the beach it's time for a nap. but i wasn't -- >> you get a little break during the naps. >> yes. >> you get a little break. but you've got keep the monitor with you to remind you that you actually have a qu actually have a kid otherwise you forget completely. >> he sometimes sleeps
pool bar and had a drink and we sat back down and watched the monitor and he slept for three hours. it's not my fault that i had a couple drinks i didn't know he was going 0 sleep for that long. but we were surround by all our family so we had tons of baby sitters on hand. but packing for a vacation way kid. >> i had five checked suit cases an three carryons and i used every single thing that i brought. >> the older your kids get the more eefficient you get at packing because did you need all that stuff. >> the other they get you can make them carry thingsing too. when they're 7 they're pack mules basically. >> how old are your kids. >> 7 and phi. >> so you make them carry they're own stuff. >> well they're little tiny bags, but. >> by 705 because i have a 2 and a 4-year-old. are you able -- so i have a couple of years. are you able to have a vacation kind of or not really? >> you know, i mean it's always work. >> yeah. >> vacation's kind of a state of mind when you have kids. >> heard that.
more like let's go to tho waterpark and dloets this. >> they're up before anybody else is and then, you know, it's breakfast and then breakfast you've got put them somewhere so that they're entertain and by the time night rolls around you're exhausted and 9:00 it's like you're only tv that you're watching it's not "game of thrones" it's the baby monitor, right. >> yes. >> so basically you're sake, no, that 5 and 7 is still no adult time. >> but they're more fun because they start doing kind of adult things. they're still kids, obviously, but you can have conversations with them. interesting things comes come out of their mouth and. >> that's just funny. >> yeah. >> so you had a moment of packing -- >> so brian, my cameraman husband decided. >> my cameraman. >> #my own personal cameraman, decided to film time lapse of me packing the night before we were coming home. so i had all my suit cases opened up, he offered to help by said, you know, just let me --
this went on. at one point i stop and i look around and i'm like what else do i need to do? and, yeah. >> god god bless at the stood there for the hours. >> i couldn't -- >> that's the still of a camera m.a.p. >> he's got good patience. >> this wasn't in fast motion, though, that's just of the way i glove also i like your pajamas. those are my initial thoughts. >> they're like cool pajamas so they keep you cool. >> really? >> yeah. >> wrud find those. >> they're dipped in the water first and. >> and then put them in the freezer and therp just right. >> how have you guys been? all right. this is crazy, as a mom or as mom pz there was one kentucky doctor that cut it really close, dr. amanda has delivered a patient's baby right before giving birth to her own daughter. >> this is crazy. so dr. hess
preparing her induction -- >> she was inducing herself? >> yeah, she did both. >> she induced her sblefl she delivers a baby and then delivered her own baby. >> so leah holiday johnson was about to have her fourth child down the hall. dr. hess heard that she needed to deliver immediately but the doctor who was going to deliver the baby wasn't there so she put a gown on top of her own gown and she went to work. >> it was more like a cape. she put on her cape. >> this does sound like something that would have happened on gray's anatomy. >> all the time. >> right. >> well for a season was like i think somebody walked into the hospital every episode n impailed by something. >> i remember that season. >> so somebody delivering a baby and giving birth sim mun tainously isn't that farfetched. >> did you ever have to go into the surgery rooms or the delivery rooms or anything to learn how to do that on tv? >> well i was a plastic
and i -- >> i thought you meant your in real life i was like, what. >> yeah are i gave it up to be an actor, all that school. no, ways a plastic sarnd felt like it was a lot of relationships i was talking about and not a lot of surgery. but i assisted on a surgery for fun, just to see what it was like. >> and there were doctors, right, that would be onset with you guys. >> we had great doctors. we always had -- shonda always made sure we had the best technical advisers and we had some world renowned doctors sgs us on surgeries while we were filming. >> did the patients know they were being watched by you at times. >> the patient that i -- >> because the patient. >> usually the patient on gray's anatomy was a piece of flank steak that we would stitch up. >> when you watched in on a surgery, when you sat in on one skbli new the patient otherwise it would have been illegal. >> i thought that there would be some issues there. >> is shonda just the coolest person to work for by the way. >> shoond, yes. >> did i just say. >> well, there's a shond dra too, shon
rimes. she's great, had a great time. >> okay, cool. >> just ahead the photos that have george clooney furious this morning and threatening legal action. find out what got them so upset. follow that story right after this. ♪ ♪ ♪ new super stay matte ink lip color from maybelline new york. intense liquid ink formula. up to 16hr wear. ink. with. attitude. maybelline's matte ink. make it happen maybelline new york but when we brought our daughter home,
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children demands it. it's, you know, i feel like anybody scaling a tree. >> yeah. >> should be prosecuted. >> i agree. and let me bring this up point because we were talking about this earlier and you made a good point. talking about it, you know, on air, it kind of -- we're kind of perpetuating it, you know. and we're giving it life. which is nog not something we want to do because i think it's way cross the line. >> yeah. >> and i don't think anybody's kids should be photographed. >> yeah. it's one of those things that we're aware if we didn't talk about it then the magazine wouldn't get public police sity and maybe poemt people wouldn't be out to get the photos so zbluch but it says right here that we're talking about it, so we're going to talk about it a little bit but we're going to try to be respectful to george and ama'am. >> but i do think as parents we have the right to post whatever pictures we want to post, it's our choice. >> sure. >> but i couldn't even imagine other people taking calvin's picture and posting it somewhere. it's not fair and right.
savannah lives next door to me, so a lot of times -- zbland know paparazzi ever just wants a picture of me by myself but if i have my kids with me then all the sudden, and it takes could what would could be a normal fun time bhie daughter taking her to go shoe shopping usually we just end up going home because it's not -- i don't want her to think that's normal. >> right. >> well kids also didn't sign up for this life, we did. and we live some parts of our life publicly and that's okay. we signed up for it, but the kids didn't, you know. >> and especially newborn stwinz twins, my gosh. >> i mean, they can't say anything. >> suit dam magazine. >> that would be amazing if they could. >> so in a statement the magazine argued publishing the photos was in the public's interest add being those pictures do not put in danger mr. clooney, his wife, or their children. >> i disagree that they're in the public's interest. i believe george is in the public's interest, but i don't believe that his
that are have been posted. >> yes, somebody actually wants to post them. >> exactly. so modern family actor posted the ultimate throwback picture. this is more than 20 years argue. eric apparently worked security for a goj r garth brooks can certify so he posted these this week with the caption -- >> wait, is that him with the glasses? wow. >> i love him, i love modern family, i would not think of him as a security guard type. >> no i wouldn't peg him as a security guard either. >> i feel like you would be i can take a picture with him and woe say zblur but how rowdy does it get at a garth brooks show. >> if i'm there, rowdy. i love garth brooks zb. >> i do too. it's garth. >> it's not like it's deaf metal or something. >> marilyn manson, stone street doing security for manson. >> so i heard one of your first
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keeping track of details. >> true. >> which, by the way, then we were in the meeting ways like how old your? what happened at 18 zwl but we were on to 50 and you were like wait a second, that 18 thing what happens then. >> but didn't that scare you at 18 you can't keep track of more details? >> that's why you have to make lists. i have lists all over. >> that's true. so your ability to learn unfamiliar names peaks at the age of 22. >> what does that even more. >> that means hey, nice to meet you i don't know you my name is jenna. >> like you're an unfamiliar person, i thought unfamiliar names like dylan's an unfamiliar maim. >> so facial recognition. >> i get it. >> this whole thing went over my head. >> peaks at the able of 32. >> what does at 32. >> facial recognition. >> facial recognition. >> recognition. >> right. >> vow some weather, do you that or does that peak at 18 too. >> you don't have time. >> no, let's look at the weather across the country. here's your local forecast. >> all right. everybody, we've got snipe and a
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this is a news 4 today news break. >> good morning, 9:26 on this monday, july 31st, i'm aaron gilchrist. in our headlines this morning we're learning new information about the death of a pharmacy manager in warrenton, virginia. police are investigating rex olson's death as a homicide. they say he was shots. olson's body was found outside the cvs store on black well road on wednesday night. they say there's no evidence that the public are in danger. a mother and her son from loud son don county are missing. courtney ashe was last seen leaving a relatives home in ashburn friday night. call the sheriff's office if you know anything. we'll have a look at your forecast when we come back. stay with us.
it will tip to be a nice day to be outside. today here in the low to mid-70. tomorrow just as nice although a little bit warmer starting out in the mid to upper 60s tomorrow morning, back into the upper '80s tomorrow afternoon. if you're headed down to the beach the middle of the week wednesday, thursday, friday look nice and the early lean on our weekend maybe some
sunday is looking good to me. >> another update here in our about 25 minutes or show. the "today show" continues in a moment. duke's is the perfect companion for so many things. it's got this creamy sort 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. it tastes like real ingredients because it's made with real ingredients. i would never use any other mayonnaise in my cooking.
there's no reason to not give duke's a shot. i think you'll be convinced. ♪ well, it's summertime and it's summertime and the weather is mcsteamy outside. it's enough already. >> walk softly. >> it sounds good, mcsteamy. >> let's just call it regular steamy. so the last thing you want to do for dinner is make a heavy meal. >> the today food team called in camila alves the founder of the website women of today to show us a couple of her favorite light dishes. >> good morning. >> his voice is so sexy, isn't it. and ka millal alves. could you put that in a voicemail, please. >> i can. >> your voice is equally just as sexy mine is just ear piercing. so let's get to. >> like up say it's mcsteamy out
we're doing a shrimp and pineapple barbecue. we're going to mayor nate garlic, i have lemon juice, olive oil, mind pouring that for me. >> sure. >> it's dried basil and red perp flakes. >> could you use fresh basil. >> i like the dry basil but if you want to use fresh you are can. i'll pour the shrimp in. >> do you have to threat sit for a long time. >> now, because it haslem month juice it will start cooking the shrimp right away so you don't want to did it for a long time. would you fooind mind cutting the pine a.m. for me. >> let's do it. >> >> please tell us what these are called. >> secures. >> is it does sound nice when you say it, though. >> i can't say it -- >> do you have to wet those first -- >> um
>> i didn't make perfect cubes. >> we'll use that for dessert. >> okay. >> but that's what we're going to end up with, shrimp pineapple taking turns and then you're going to go on the grill. >> how long do these take? >> couple minutes on each side. shrimp cooks really fast. press the shrimp down a little bit, flip it over and you end one that beautiful -- >> i lust char you get on the pine a.m. how is it? >> it's good. i like the savory and the sweet. >> it's good. >> i want to try it. >> and i love this cucumber salad. >> grilled pineapple is one of my favorite things. >> and then we're going with something very fresh and healthy and good for you. we're going to do an asian cucumber salad. we're going to get a cue comer and putt cut it in half. >> could you use a manned de lin if you want want to chop the cue comer. >> you're going to skrapt seeds out. the trick on the
cue comer behave very thin. >> i forgot one step. sorry, guys. before you do that, you'll want to make sure you take some of the skin off. >> does that making it pretty or is that -- >> you don't want too much of the skin so you leave just a little bit. >> you're going slice very thin and then you're going to make -- >> you can use the cucumbers that don't have seeds in. >> there are seedless cue comers prosecutor pickles. >> yes. >> they taste the same as any kind. trick on thank you want to put in a bowl with the paper towel, put cue comers in and press it down to get extra water out. then we're going make the dressing. we have raw honey which is better than the processed honey. then we're going to do the rice vinegar. >> okay. >> sesame seeds. >> toast order regular. >> i'm using regular but you could go either. i like the regular better for this. >> okay. >> and you're going 0 whisk
>> that's it. >> smells delicious. >> but it has amazing health benefits. >> that's all you need you're going to pour that over the cue comer and we're good to zbro a gift zblour thanks. >> you're watching dishes. >> i'll do that. >> how's the cue comer salad. >> it's really good. >> vile to try it. >> a good way to eat fresh, hooep keep healthy and light for the summer. >> it's a great meal. >> good job. >> i will bite into this right now. >> i'm going to get the utensil and. >> fresh, delicious. >> it's good, right. >> you can sthal again with your voice it's what. >> it's delicious. >> oh, yes. >> camila alves, suh thank you so much. to get these recipes head to today.com food. eric jenna and i will be put to the etiquette test right after this. y as saving $600 when you switch to progressive. eric jenna and i will be put to
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today we're launching a special new series "sticky situations" where where he help you navigate some of life's uncomfortable moments. >> bark yard barbecues are full of awkward scenarios. >> we're have beaumont etiquette michael meijer. good morning. >> good morning. >> so you're testing us we're going to let you take over. >> okay. so just whoever raises their napkin first answers the question first. okay, true or false. you're out to dinner with a group of friends and you want to fairly split the bill. it is perfectly okay to ask for separate checks at the beginning of the meal true or false. >> oh. >> i'm just going to good with false. >> yes. i think false. >> okay. actually it is true. it is absolutely okay for a big group if that's your absolutely fine do it. >> did you say big group. >> it could be a big group or small, it's up to you. service staff are used to it,
you're going out for a big group dinner shouldn't you go ahead and split the check? >> usually but there's going dob that one person that never really kind of chips in or whatever awkward situation might be tlt it's okay at the beginning of the meal to ask for it. >> i just throw the credit card in and you the split it. >> it might be age thing too if you're 24 you want to split. if you're 44 it's somebody's -- >> there's also apps now you can send out an app and say everyone chip in. so there's that option as well. >> cool. >> next one you see someone you've met briefly before at a party and they call you by the wrong name. do you, "a," pretend like nothing happened, "q" also call them by the wrong name, or "c" gently correct them? >> what happened at the party? because i think that informs our answer. >> first introductions. >> first introductions, all right. >> what do you think? >> you see, you gently correctpeople them. >> i thought my husband
six months i knew him so he never corrected me. and then later i'm like your name's brian? >> that was a good -- by the way that was sort of a good flirting point, right? it gave you something to talk about. >> and if you want to keep it fresh go back to calling him tom. >> come here, tom. >> next question, true or false. there's one person in your office that loves to hug but it makes uncomfortable. to avoid being rude you should still let them hug you, true or fas false. >> i say let them hug. >> you yeah, hugs are kind of rare it's nice to get them i don't mind hugs it's just had they squeeze super tight. >> or when it's hot and there's a little bit of sweat i would say. >> exactly. >> like if i just took a work out class i'm like you may not want to hug me put give that sort of. >> you warn them. you say i'm sweaty and they say i don't care. >> get in there anyway i'm like all right. >> the answer is faulsz you never feel like you have to hug somebody but i have a trick
use. somebody comes up i just line my toes up, i plant my left, move lie right back and then it gives that you personal space unless they come in for that saulsa dance. >> i notice did you that right -- >> no, i'm a hugger. >> is it odd to realize that you just did ta that to me. >> i'm a hugger but it's not for everyone. >> i should add especially during flu season hugging is a lot safer than shaking hands. go around hugging people. >> interesting. okay. so last one. >> proper etiquette. >> you're going to a backyard barbecue but have an allergy that prevents from you eating most dishes. how do you approach the situation tell the host immediately upon arrival to the party? "b," tell them before hand and offer to bring an allergy safe dish to share with the party or don't say anything. >> "d," you don't go to the party because then you're that guy. oh, here comes eric, he's allergic to peanuts and avocados and ease ag
>> glut ten, that whole fix. i have a glut ten allergy. >> really you've been eating oats for the last 20 minutes and i don't see your face swal swollen. >> you can jouft tell them before hand and as a gesture just say i'm happy to bring a dish that if i'm allergic to netz nuts that i could share with the whole party. >> should i bring shrimp to your paurt. >> bring water, just bring water. >> you're on an airplane when the person next to you or behind you starts sticking their feet up next to your armrest. you should, "a," politely ask them to respect your space, "b" r loudly complain about and it hope they overhear or "c" ignore it. >> i do "b" i'm very passive aggressive. >> also the look. >> you know when you give the sort of look like -- and hopefully. >> our start sticking limes between their toes. >> but if you turn back to address the guy then you're getting closer to the feet. >> exactly. that's why i say you jest -- >> you want to move
>> what would you do, loudly complain and hope they hear. >> i would ring the bell above my seat and say you can do something about the foot. >> i would say it's best to politely address it right at the beginning of the flight because the behavior could progress because if you don't do anything suddenly they've got their arms and shoes and. >> she gave us the etiquette that we were giving the wrong answer. do you want to politely walk over to the weather monitor and give us some weather. >> what is the awkward situation of getting frup a table. >> it's awkward but. >> my etiquette was terrible. >> i'll keep on walk and keep on talk just so there's no dead air. >> but i love to watch you go, dylan. >> thank you. i'll take that. let's take a look at what's going on across the country. this is going to start off really nice across the eastern two-thirds, but the low humidity temperatures in the laerz 80s. monsoonal rain moving into the southwest and the heat will continue ton build out west and
see all-time record highs by the time we get into wednesday and thursday. skaters showers and storms but nothing too severe in the middle of the country. that tropical storm will make its way parallel to the coastline of north and south carolina so that's not going to abi threat for that area but we are going to see several inches of rain through florida today. on friday we'll see some of those scatters showers move east ward behind the cold front. nice and cool upper 70s with low humidity back for the northwest. now here's a peek out your window. >> good morning we've warmed up to 76 degrees, mostly sunny, beautiful skies out there and low humidity too. that will be the case through the afternoon. 71 at dell less, 71 gaithersburg, quantico coming in at 73 degrees. if you're grilling out today, beautiful day to do it. 3:00 p.m. low humidity were comfortable by 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. we're still really pleasant. overnight we drop to the upper 60s staying dry through thursday. next rain chance
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is so, sonchts check out your phone right now, we bet have you thousands of photos in the cloud you've never even looked. i know i do. >> if you're like most people you post one or two and you don't see the rest again. >> we don't want that to happen to your summer memories so we brought in amy lee good twoin share great ideas. these sore simple and easy do. >> we want to get them off of your devices and into your now life so you can enjoy those memories and celebrate them. first idea is from et ceterasy, this from a shop called herd and honey. these are photo rails. they're handicrafted to get your tote toes up on your wall. these are great for people who can ed kwit dit frequently change out your photos every time somebody comes ofrp you get to see a new array of photos. >> i feel like we take more pictures but we don't ever print them. at least i zblont and you request change it based on the friends that are coming over. >> right. >> you can cater to your guests. >> this is a more of a big sflash moment.
each photo looks like a mini poll raid. this starts at $3.50. >> that's cool. >> for a whole one of these. >> the smaller size and goes up to about $25. it's wonderful if kids who are headed to college. >> and a nice gift if somebody has you for a vacation. >> for sure. >> and that say nice do it yourself. >> if you want to take photos and put them on your wall you can put them one scotch wall safe tape which is nondamaging to your wall and frame each one with scotch expressions watchy tapes. did i this at home and my kids stopped and said mama what's in and number two says mama what's this? it has a lot of impact for very little cost and i used a lot of different tapes to make a lot of splash. and you can swap out foet foes as och as you like because these frames can stay up with you bithe photos can change. >> this is easy. >> artifact uprising these are instagram photo books at pnd so many times the pto
now you can instantly upload your foet froze from instagram and make these plus they use repsych 8d papers purchase start at 15 $. so they're beautiful books. these are t taulz from shutter fly. take your prize photo from sirm time and then come in a pair of two for $17.99. >> don't you feel sort of guilty like wiping something off with the face like spaghetti sauce you don't really want to use that face. >> i can't comment on the t towels. >> these are really washable. >> so we're we have a fun thing from personal creations it's a multiphoto mug so when you poor i pour in your hot liquid we're having a little nice hot water, it reveals the photos within. you can personal lies it with up to 5 photos. >> and from here in the next item we have kohl'sdom it's from um braa and it's like a little flower pot so instead of gifting flowers you can give a photo array. next support a diy
grab some branches from your yard, put the photos on card stock and you make a beautiful photo tree. next up we have fer meanteddom this is a beautiful collage, you can celebrate year. it's called the years fly buy. >> these are really cool but we're out of time we're back in a moment on "today on nbc.
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eric, thank you so much for being here. >> it was a pleasure are. thank you. >> we had a blast. >> mcsteamy, mcsteamy the second. >> come on. this zbie way for mcsteamy than i. i'm not even close. >> he can be mcsteamy the first. >> he can be mcseemy 2.0. >> i love the acc skblent that's good. he sounds like he's got great etiquette. >> you don't know me. >> you guys --
this is a news 4 today news break. >> good morning it's 9:57 on this monday on july 31st. today neighborhoods in prince george's county will be sprayed to protect against west niles virus. maryland health crews planning to spray tonight and tomorrow night. the department says it detected the virus in mope skeet toes collected earlier this month. official are also reminding people to protect themselves from being bitten by
repellent. let's check your forecast. >> it's going to be a fantastic day, 86 for a high this afternoon. sunny, nice and dry today. not just today we have a dry stretch until the end of the week. tomorrow 89 for a high, wednesday 99 u 1 as well as thur. could be an isolated shower thursday. but the rain increases mainly friday evening and especially as we go through saturday looks like it could be a little more widespread as of now and then we look dry for your sunday. aaron. >> all right. thank you. coming up on news 4 midday we'll have an update on a mission family from loudon county at 11:00 a.m.
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