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good morning. breaking news, shimon peres, israel's former prime minister, has died. leaders from around the world paying tribute to his leadership and his unrelenting drive for peace in the middle east. and i was -- >> victory laps, donald trump and hillary clinton both claiming wins in the most watched debate ever. >> one down, two to go. >> almost every single poll had us winning the debate against crooked hillary clinton. >> as the former miss universe, who was thrust into the showdown steps forward in an interview with nbc news. >> what were the names that he called you?
housekeeping, miss eating machine. >> back in the headlines, a new documentary on the amanda knox murder case re-igniting questions over her guilty or innocence. >> either i'm a psycho path in sheep's clothing or i am you. >> this morning, we'll talk to the team behind that controversial project. and error on the diamond. a guy try toes pop the question during a baseball game, drops the ring. >> look at this poor guy. >> captivating fans in the stadium and at home. we'll tellel you if it all turned out happily ever after today wednesday, september 28, 2016. >> this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everybody.
we saturday with sad news, the breaking news is the death of one of the defining political figures in the world. former israeli president and prime minister shimon peres. nbc looks at his life and his legacy. kelly, good morning to you. >> matt, good morning. a man of vision and peace, the essence of israel. just some of the tributes pouring in this morning for shimon peres. he was weeks ago after suffering a stroke. >> the elder statesman, the eternal optimist. overnight, shimon peres lost his last fight, dying from complications of a stroke, his family by his side. >> from sale, from the very first of today from the state to the last day of his life. >> peres, born in poland, served alongside israel's founding
military nuclear program, a strong supporter of jewish settlements in the west bank. and later, a dove, peace with israel's arab neighbors became his life's mission. >>. >> peres led secret talks with the palestinians, ending in the 1993 oslo peace agreements. and this his storied handshake between sworn enemy the israeli ime minister and palestinian leader yasser arafat, all three awarded the nobel peace prize. today, former president bill clinton called peres a genius with a big heart who used his gifts to imagine a future of reconciliation, not conflict. and from president obama, a light has gone out, but the hope he gave us will burn forever. peres retired two years ago, but stayed involved, recently criticizing presidential
policies. >> the rules will not separate people. people are stronger than the rules. >> this morning, israel's prime minister led a moment of silence for the man who served his country for seven decades as both prime minister and president. israel's warrior for peace gone at 93. >> this state funeral now planned for friday in jerusalem. and israel's foreign ministry say they expect leaders and dignitaries from around the world to be there. tt >> kelly, thank you very much. former president george w. bush also released a statement saying his family will mess peres, his grace, dignity and optimism. >> hard to overstate his impact on world affairs. we move now to politics and the state of the presidential race. 41 days left to go until the election. donald trump will hold back to back rallies today. the first of this afternoon begins in iowa and follow dollars by wisconsin later tonight. >> hillary clinton and her long
share the same stage in new hampshire. they'll appear at a college event and they'll be discussing the cost of education. and the numbers are in from monday's debate. an estimated 48 million viewers tuned in. that makes it the most watched presidential debate ever. we have a lot to get to. our 2016 team is ready. we'll start with peter alexander. good morning. >> hey, savannah and matt. good morning to you. donald trump now has 11 days to try to impro fueling new questions about his judgment and temperament, all of it about a new feud with a former miss universe. 20 years later, still criticizing her as overweight. and the clinton campaign thinks it can capitalize. donald trump back on the trail and back on teleprompter, trying to frame monday night's debate as a win, touting unscientific online surveys. >> almost every single poll had
crooked hillary clinton. big league. >> trump insisting he intentionally went easy on his rival. >> i watched her very carefully and i was also holding back. i didn't want to do anything to embarrass her. >> hillary clinton enjoying her own victory lap. >> did anybody see that debate last night? oh, yes. one down, two to go. performance. >> instead of personal insults, she ran it on issues and i was tickled to death. >> president obama tweeting her vision and command showed that she's ready to be our next president. clinton mocking trump's claim that he was given a faultsy microphone. >> anybody that complains about the microphone is not having a good night. >> this morning, for the first time, we're hearing from alicia
who says trump bullied her over her weight. >> what were the names that he called you? >> miss piggy, miss housekeeping, miss eating machine. >> all to your face? >> yes, all the time. >> the clinton campaign unleashing this new web video where machado says she was forced to work out in front of the camera. >> she weighed 118 pounds or 117 pounds and she went up to 160 or '70. so this is somebody that likes to eat. >> trump on fox news making no >> she gained a massive amount of weight and it was a real problem. >> the political discourse taking the low road. former presidential candidate howard dean highlighting trump's case of the sniffles. accusing him without any evidence of using cocaine. >> the sniffling, the grandiocity, the dilutions, the pressured speech. this guy has already proven himself to on be unstable.
unstable? >> overnight, the trump campaign responded to the comments calling them beyond the pale. michelle obama, one of the most popular women in america will be campaigning today for hillary clinton. she's also part of a new ad praising clinton as a good role model for america's children. matt and savannah. >> peter alexander, that you can. we're going to have a lot more with natalie's interview of alicia machado coming up in the next half >> mark halperg is here. good morning. >> good morning. >> one of the things about the debates, the campaign seems to see what works, what gets traction. then they go out, the next day the candidates do, and they refine those messages or double down on them. based on what we're seeing, what does each campaign thinks work on for them? >> hillary clinton's campaign likes almost everything. i initially thought there wasn't an oops moment for him, but
universe. so their confidence is sky high and you saw in the clip on peter's piece, she's as confident as i've seen her as a candidate. donald trump the is out there doing what a lot of candidates do. they lose a debate and pretend they didn't lose and they sort of bully their way through it. the message of washington change is a good one. the message of attacking a woman for being overweight or eating too much is not and he has to change that. >> let's talk about that. you say t in the moment, he was not as strident as he was the next day on a show where he brought it up by himself. he wasn't asked about alicia machado. he transformed this into a second day story. >> he transformed it not into a second day story but a third day story and a fourth day story. this will be a real test. if they think this is going to go away, i think he's wrong and the clinton people have no intention of letting it go away. it affects people's perception
hispanics, but also about whether he's a gracious person. >> there's this other thing that he continued to talk about yesterday. this idea that he did not go there, that he showed restraint against hillary clinton when it comes to issues in her marriage. >> right. >> it's this thing where you get to go there by saying you're not going there. it's like if i said i'm not even going to talk about that suit you're wearing and i just can. >> right. >> so is this working? >> i don't think it is and i think it's a distraction from, again, there are a lot of people around donald trump who will say the winning message, she's been in politics for a long time, washington isn't working, washington needs to change. things like bill clinton's personal life, benghazi, even her e-mails. there are a lot of republicans who say you can talk about about this other stuff, but it has to be about issues. and creating the expectation will he or won't he is, for a lot of people, a distraction. >> and very quickly, he has demonstrated in the recent past an ability to change. you know, when the polls were in
came on as his campaign manager, he seemed to adjust. do you think that's something to happen again sflp. >> we're all waiting for the post debate polls to say does he go down. eye.ronnicly, the best thing for donald trump and his supporters might be if he does go down. >> the by the way, there's nothing wrong with your suit. >> thank you. now overnight, officials are pleading for calm after a deadly officer-involved shooting. protesters gathered at the scene of the shooting last night, a shopping center in el cajon, about 30 miles east of san diego. earlier today, officers were called in over reports a man was acting erratically. police say he was not armed, but they say he pulled an object from his pocket and pointed it in a, quote, shooting stance towards the officers and that prompted one of the officers to open fire. the man died several hours later at a hospital. there are some new developments today in a major banking scandal.
investigation into millions of accounts opened without customer consent. and key executives are paying up. jo, good morning. >> good morning. wells fargo succumbing to this public pressure this morning, forcing its ceo and the executive in charge of retail banking to forfeit millions of dollars in compensation. and it seems this might only be the beginning. this morning, the major fallout at wells fargo. >> here are the transcripts. capitol hill. >> have you returned one nickel of the money you earned by while this scam was going on? >> and the board will do -- >> i will take that as a no, then. >> wells fargo said plans to take $41 million away from john stumpf's compensation package. this comes after investigations
carrie tolstedt, also penalized. she left the bank ahead of her scheduled retirement with no bonus or receive advance. she will forfeit $19 million in stock awards. but she could still reportedly walk away with $100 million. wells fargo board of directors has retained a law firm for an independent investigation during which the ceo will not be paid a salary. >> there's criminal behavior, there' there's sometimes simply bad business. >> former employees now suing wells fargo in a class action lawsuit. some telling nbc news the fraudulent behavior was a direct result of pressure from managers. >> what felt strange was how adamant they were that every customer had to have seven accounts. >> some customers say they had to sound the alarm. >> i have long detailed e-mails sharing with them some of the things i was witnessing.
northern california saying the fake accounts goosed the stock price, directly affecting the stocks. that's securities fraud. >> to give you an idea, the ceo reportedly stood to make an estimate dollars $123 million when he retired. and he is not done yet. he's going to testify in front of the house financial services committee tomorrow. this is only just beginning. the board of directors now saying there could be more >> a lot of public interest in this one, jo. thanks very much. former republican presidential candidate chris christie speaking to new allegations coming out of that bridgegate scandal. a key witness is now saying christie was in fact aware of the lane closures. stephanie is in new jersey with the latest on this. >> good morning, savannah. the george washington bridge is
so when four of these access lanes were shut down unexpectedly in 2013, this place was a nightmare. when people realized that it had been done deliberately as a form of kind of political revenge, there was an june roar. now federal prosecutors say that governor chris christie, despite his denials, knew what was going on. two days into the 2013 lane closures on the george washington bridge with cars, emergency vehicles and school buses stuck in massive t jams, new jersey governor chris christie spoke with two former port authority officials at this year's 9/11 memorial service. in a federal courthouse tuesday, widesteen testified that during that conversation, his boss said, governor, there is a tremendous amount of traffic in ft. lee. please know the mayor is frustrated. a democrat, mayor sokolich did not endorse christie for governor. according to the testimony, the
using the online pen name. well, i'm sure mr. edge would not be involved in any political. governor christie has repeatedly denied any involvement or knowledge in what would soon be called bridgegate. once again this week, the governor was forced to respond to accusations that he knew more than he admits. christie has not been charged with a crime. >> i had no role in authorizing it. i had no knowledge of it. and there has been no evidence ever put forward that i >> wildsteen pleaded guilty to his involvement and is now the prosecution's chief witness in the case against fironi and christie's former chief of staff. bridgegate dogged christie throughout his president campaign becoming fodder for his opponents. >> he knew about it. he totally knew about it. >> now one of trump's surrogates
>> the new jersey governor has not been charged with a crime. there have been call necessary this state by some democrats to start an impeachment process, but with little time in his term and no substantial evidence, that seems unb likely. savannah. >> stephanie, thank you. scientists are saying the first baby has been born from a controversial new technique that combines dna from three people. the mother, the father and an egg donor. the goal is to prevent the child from inheriting a fatal disease from the mother who previously lost two children due to that illness. doctors say it's not the first so-called three-parent baby, but it is the first time modern techniques have resulted in a healthy birth. fertility specialists from the united states and britain did the experimental treatment in mexico. it has not been approved in the united states. al is here. time to get our first check of the weather. good morning. >> good morning.
view, we are looking at homes threatened quarterback hundre threatened, hundreds of people have had to evacuate. this fire only 10% contained. and in phoenix, arizona, a duststorm, a haboob making its way just a massive wall of dust. they have the threat of that again today. in the east, wet weather over the great lakes thanks to that upper level low. a lot of rain i mid-atlantic. 9 million people under the flood risk for hazardous travel, urban flooding as rain starts to develop from the northeast into the mid-atlantic states as two surface lows start to bring in moisture from the atlantic. we'll look at the heaviest rain from pennsylvania, maryland, dreary conditions through friday. we need this rain in the northeast and new england for drought, but the heaviest rain will be a bull's eye around washington, upwards of 7 inches of rain through northern virginia and parts of
>> and that's your latest weather, matt. >> al, thank you very much. just ahead, taking on trump. what the former miss universe is saying to nbc news about being at the center of the newest campaign controversy. and then, an exclusive look at a highly anticipated new documentary. it explores the amanda knox case, including interviews with knox herself. we'll talk to the filmmakers behind it. but
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ask about humira, the #1 prescribed biologic by dermatologists. clearer skin is possible. what a pretty day. 7:30 wednesday morning. the 28th of september, 2016. a beautiful couple of minutes. >> yes, we will. today's headlines, former israeli president shimon peres has die at 93 years old. he led israel through many defining moments in his seven decades in politics. in a statement, president obama called peres the essence of israel. spacex chief elon musk has unveiled his ambitious plan to
that would send people to the red planet. this could happen as early as the year 2024, but acknowledges the first trips are going to be really very dangerous. and monday's face-off between hillary clinton and donald trump was the most on watched presidential debate ever. the nielsen company says it drew 84 million viewers in all, topping jimmy carter and ronald reagan's only debate in an ad from apple music showing mary jo blige speak to go hillary clinton about racial injustice. ? it ain't no secret my secret my friend ? ? you can get killed just living in your american skin ? ? oh, oh, oh ?? >> apple music tweeted that
call the 411 with mary jo blige. now the campaign moment getting a lot of attention. hillary clinton brought up the nake of alicia machado, miss universe 1996 as evidence of donald trump's attitude toward women. natalie has more of her interview with alicia. good morning. >> good morning to you, matt. alicia machado says she was surprised to hear hillary clinton bring up her story on live and national tv, but she is an enthusiastic clinton voice to a list of women who accused donald trump of sexist behavior over the years. >> she has a year. >> where did you find her? >> her name is alicia machado. >> where did you find her? >> and she has become a u.s. citizen. >> oh, really? >> what names did you call you? >> miss piggy, miss housekeeping, miss eating
>> yes. at 18 years old, when you are growing up, that was horrible for me. i was myself -- on the floor. >> machado says trump's insults contributed to an eating disorder that she struggled for years to overcome. and while machado says she didn't know clinton planned telling her story during the debate, she did participate in this ad released by the clinton campaign immediately after the debate. trump's response? attacking machado on "fox & friends." >> and she was the worst we ever had, the worst, the absolute worst. >> mr. trump immediately today said you're no mother teresa. >> no, i am not. i know they will try and to
this happened 20 years ago and that happened. and that's it. >> in 1997, trump brought cameras to film machado exercising and discussing her weight in an interview with howard stern. >> she gained about 55 pounds in a period of nine months. >> how did she did that? >> she was an eating machine. >> machado calls it a lie saying she gained only a total of 18 pounds after her pageant win. young girls looking at themselves in the mirror. >> i look right in the fat ugly face of hers. >> machado, recently profiled by "kos cosmopolitan.com, she tells me the trump we see on television seems no different than the man she knew 20 years
[ speaking foreign language ]. >> and we should mention, machado says she is not being paid by the clinton campaign or compensated in any way. matt and savannah. >> natalie, thank you very much. as mark halpren says, he thinks this will be more than a one or two-day story. let's turn to al now with the weather. what are you looking at? >> a tale of two countries in a way. when it comes to the the jet stream that helps provide that up out west, the jet stream to the north keeping the warmer air in. but today, an upper level low bringing around cooler air in the great lakes and northeast. reno, billings, denver, durango, all above normal. st. louis, cincinnati, below normal temperatures. thursday, more of the same out west. pittsburgh will be down to 69 tomorrow. nashville, 13 degrees below average. as we head into the weekend, the chilly air, boston, you're going
degrees while denver will be up to 78. that's w get that weather any time you need it, check out the weather channel on cable 24/7. al, thanks very much. how do you feel about ice cream? >> love it. >> according to someone, they are overrated. we'll give you the complete list of the foods that are apparently getting too much hype. >> if you say guacamole next, i'm going to hurt you. >> we'll have that in trending.
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netflix documentary. >> either i'm a psychopath in sheep's clothing or i am you. >> november 2nd, 2007, police discovered a gruesome crime scene. 21-year-old british student meredith kercher stabbed multiple times inside her home in perugia, italy. police accused knox and her boyfriend, rafael of the crime. >> when that happened, i realized that they weren't ever going to listen to me again. >> knox, sollecito and a drifter were charged with kercher's murder in what police claimed was a drug-fueled sex game gone wrong. the trial splashed across front pajds around the world. papers labeling knox ever from she-devil to foxy knoxy.
25 years respectively. they appealed and were released due to a lack of dna evidence but they would not be fully exonerated by the italian supreme court until march of last year. rod blackhurst and brian mcginn are the filmmakers behind "amanda knox." gentlemen, good morning to both of you. congratulations on the film. was it hard to get amanda knox to sit down and talk to you? >> it was a little hard. we let it be known to her if and when she wanted to talk she could talk to us. we first approached her and rafaelle when they were acquitted but two years later amanda said she was ready to tell her side of the story. >> and what did you hear, brian, when she finally sat down and talked about what had happened. what did you learn that we haven't heard about this case? this is one of those people think they know everything about it. >> that was one of the things interesting for us going in. what we found is she has this kind of bird's-eye perspective on these years looking back
someone that was caught up with the story. everyone in the case has been thinking about it so much that they're able to step back and tie it to a larger ideas and larger philosophies. >> you spoke to amanda and to raffaele who was her boyfriend. they were pretty open with you. we have another clip, i want to play it right now. >> my heart is beating so fast. you know, like, oh, there's romance now and i kissed guys who were just automatically like, hey, baby, like he was super nice and i was completely charmed and, yeah. >> did you find them to be pretty open? that is a side of them i think we haven't seen. >> they were all very open with us. i think they all felt like there had been these different versions of them painted and portrayed in the way the media was covering the story and they wanted the opportunity to talk been themselves in their own
some of this other video which is before all of this happened, you see this young man who is so vivacious and so full of life and so different from the public image we associate with her. what does she say about how this experience changed her, brian, and is that something you notice in terms of her demeanor. >> we keyed into this idea of accidental select. these people have been caught up in the story. it's not only amanda and raffaele, but it's the everyone in the world kind of has an idea of who they are. they walk around on the street and people recognize them and think that they know them already. one of the moments in the movie i think is interesting is amanda says people recognize me in line at the grocery store and they say i know you. and she says you don't know me. and for us that idea that after eight years of headlines all over the world, it was really, really fascinating. >> i have to say it's not without controversy because although you talked to many players in the case, you weren't
meredith kercher is the person who lost her life here. she's the center of the case. did you try to talk to them? and how do you feel about the film without that perspective? >> we did reach out to the kercher family twice directly in 2015 and 2016. we'd still very much like to talk to them if they'd like to talk to us. they made it clear that every time they have to talk about this it's re-examining this wound. we wanted to make sure people in the film remembered this was a tragedy at its core that became this piece of entertainment and caught the world up for the better part of a decade. >> we also reached out to the kercher family who declined to comment. it's an interesting film, takes a look at the media's role in all of this as well. rod blackhurst, brian mcginn, congratulations to you. it starts on netflix tomorrow. we'll send it over to carson. coming up next, the botched proposal and the missing ring that had baseball fans on the edge of their seat.
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7:50. back now with a dream proposal that didn't go so well, carson. >> yeah, matt. a yankees fan wanted to surprise his girlfriend by popping the big question at tuesday's game. but when the time game, a bit of a curveball. he was ready, but something very important was missing. >> they're looking for the ring! >> my goodness. >> oh, that's not a good start. >> it was the bottom of the fifth. the home team up by two against the rival boston red sox.
for the play of the game. in the stands, 29-year-old andrew fox proposing to his girlfriend, heather, with an empty box. >> there's the young man right here. >> oh, poor guy. he went through all of that to plan it. >> the big league proposal, turning into a frantic search for the missing engagement ring. >> that's definitely not the way i planned it out. i thought it was going to be a simple kneeldown, pop it open and ask her but it instantly dropped out and i was was so scared, i started to cry. >> and while the ring was lost, hope was not. >> wait a minute, they're smiling. >> they found it! >> oh, that's great. >> a second chance for andrew to knock it out of the park. >> he's on one knee. >> oh, she better say yes now. >> the baseball fans finding out the hard way, diamonds really are a girl's best friend. >> and there's a base hit after she says yes.
it was all a shock. it was good that we found it. >> what a story! it's like a movie! then the base hit right after it. they actually ended up finding the ring. it was in the cuff of heather's jeans. social media absolutely lit up. this proposal nearly gone wrong is the best part of any baseball game this evening. from despair to standing o. wishing this couple all the best. a baby fairy tale ending and getting a ring this year. back to you. >> nicely done, carson. >> thank you. coming up, are you freaked about that sudden change to your zodiac sign? we told you about this one. why nasa says everyone, relax, it's going to be fine. we'll tell you all about it coming up after your local news. smoking with chantix. smoking's a monkey on my back. it was, it was always controlling your time, your actions, your money. it had me. it had me.
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we'll look at which foods may not be worth all the hype. today is wednesday, september 28th, 2016. ?? >> hey to our fans, look where we are. you're missing out. [ speaking foreign language ]. >> all the way from paris island to see savannah guthrie. go cats! ? i love the small town girl >> to all our friends in columbia, south carolina, we made it to "today." >> to new york city! >> we're back now, 8:00 on a wednesday morning. 28th day of september, 2016. got a nice crowd on the plaza. and as we said, we're going to
overrated foods. and, in my opinion, unless liver and lama lima beans are on that list, it's a bad list. >> i can't hear a word you're saying. >> because we have a -- >> coming up, we're going to save you money by telling you exactly what you should buy when the calendar flip toes october in just a few days. barbie, right there. i know some little girls in your house who would like that. >> but first, your check oe >> i'm kristin wellker at the university of new hampshire where hillary clinton will contain with bernie sanders today and, of course, those all-porchbt millennial voters who overwhelmingly chose senator sanders during the primary. this as donald trump try toes turn the page on that debate performance that even many of his fellow republicans considered rocky. donald trump aiming to get back on offense in critical florida tuesday. >> what has hillary clinton
monday night's debate. >> almost every single poll had us winning the debate. >> and threatening he may get personal next time. >> and i was also holding back. i didn't want to do anything to embarrass her. >> but clinton's team also took a victory lap. >> she won that debate. >> clinton herself flexing her muscles in north carolina. >> did anybody see that debate last night? >> the fallout from their first face-off still rev after clinton called out trump for his treatment of women like alicia machado, miss universe in 1996. >> he called this woman miss piggy. then he called her miss housekeeping because she was latina. donald, she has a name. where did you find this? >> her name is alicia machado. >> where sduvend this? >> the clinton campaign wasted little time launching the new ad
now she is speaking out saying trump ridiculed her after winning the pageant. >> he was all the time saying things like, no, she gained 60 pounds. 40 pounds. that is not true. >> machado says she suffered from eating disorders and depression, but tuesday trump showed no signs of backing down. >> she gained a massive amount of weight. and it watts a real problem. >> meanwhile, clinton also trying to make trump pay seeming to say he has not paid federal income taxes. >> that makes me smart. >> if not paying taxes makes him smart, what does that make all the rest of us? >> the current commander in chief weighing in after trump slammed him monday night. >> obama goes out and leaves and goes out to the golf course for the rest of his life to play fwofl. >> the other guy doesn't have the preparation, the temperament
with her first ad for secretary clinton of the general election campaign. she will be stumping in philadelphia and pittsburgh today. now, pennsylvania is secretary clinton's fire wall. and right now, polls show a tightening race there. donald trump's first stop today, chicago. matt. >> thank you very much. dutch-led investigators are saying this morning that malaysia airlines flight mh17 was shot down in 2014 by brought in from russia. in part of eastern ukraine controlled by pro russian rebels. all 298 people aboard the flight from amsterdam to kuala lumpur were killed. investigators were not able to conclude tt missile was fired at the passenger jet deliberately. russia maintains the plane was brought down by the ukrainian military. police executed a search warrant at the vermont home of a boater who says his mother disappeared during their fishing
22-year-old nathan carman was rescued from a lift raft on sunday off the coast of massachusetts. his 54-year-old mother is still missing. nathan told the coast guard he lost sight of her when their boat sank. according to court records, carman was investigated but never charged in the murder of his grandfather, who was a real estate developer. >> one giant leap saved a man from a serious jury. take a look at this. when an out of control vehicle barrelled toward him. the man jumped clear of that car just getting nicked in the leg, but he faired a lot better than the planter that was sent clear across the sidewalk. that is a close call. >> scary to watch. coming up next, the member of our "today show" family just dubbed one of the world's most famous celebrities. >> see if you can pick who it is. and does it disturb you? why police say this decoration
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their way to the famed yukon territory and so has keir simmons. hi, keir, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the uss klondike here used to work the yukon river the in the days when people came to get rich finding gold. william and kate are here without the children, which has some folks calling it kind of like a date night. for william and kate, a away from the children. arriving in picturesque white horse, a town built during the gold rush, located on the yukon river, it's now said to have the cleanest air in the world. a spectacular setting. last night, stunning performances that almost got william on his feet. >> he almost danced. >> that's what he said. >>. >> reporter: and there was more to see. >> there is one more experience
leaving the children behind for the night really worth it. the question is will the clouds clear or will they stay up. >> reporter: the world's famous northern lights, often visible from white horse at this time of year. earlier the royal couple picked grapes and tried local food where william's parents visited during a tour of canada 30 years ago. tomorrow the duke and dutchess head back to their own children with plenty of stories to front row of that concert. they often whispered to each other. you can see the connection. and seeing the northern lights would have been romantic. our team, including our producer, stayed up most of the night watching to see if they did appear, and we didn't see anything, guys. so, you know, one night, one opportunity, we didn't see anything. we didn't get much sleep. >> but you got to see grape
>> reporter: exactly. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> reporter: enough for us. >> what do you say we do some trending now. here's one from the "what were they thinking" files, the halloween decoration intended to be amusing, but now even home depot admits this one crossed the line. it's called the scary peeper creeper. the idea is to hang this with suction cups in a window to give the impression that a stranger is looki home depot's website described it as a perfect item for scaring friends and family. some customers didn't think it was that funny saying the decoration verifies voyeurism. home depot released a statement saying the product isn't in line with its core values and promising to remove it from store shelves in the u.s. and canada, but right now it is still for sale online. >> it's pretty creepy. >> i was going to say it was kind of cute. >> people don't seem to be
zombie baby. >> sexy looker. i have an issue with this next story. "usa today" published this article called the definitive takedown of1 popular, completely overrated foods. the foods are good, but they don't deserve such a high pedestal. that's all fine except when you look at the list. ice cream. >> what? >> he says ice cream is overrated. >> i think it could be slightly overrated. >> i don't think that's possible. >> chocolate-covered strawberries, i will give it. quinoa, i'll give them that. sriracha, i'll give them. >> you're not going to like this, guacamole. >> overrated. >> you don't think it's overrated. >> it's my favorite thing. >> it's the perfect food. >> i'm okay with that. >> i like salsa better than guacamole. >> any food that turns brown i
>> you'd rather than queso dip than guac? >> yes. >> what's your order? >> guac, queso, salsa. >> you would put salsa before queso? >> yeah. >> i don't even know you anymore. >> queso is great when you start, but later >> you know what's a great invention, guacamole mixed with salsa. >> that's like peanut butter mixed with jelly. >> so you didn't like the list of the overrated foods. here's a list i did like, though, objects that are so perfectly designed they cannot possibly be made any better. they are perfection personified. this one from business insider.
>> really? >> those big things, those are good. by the way, this list -- they date to 1867. other items that stand out, the sharpie. >> i don't know. >> it's perfect. >> you write and wait for it to dry. >> we're lefties. >> why does that make a difference? >> because we smear it when we go by. >> sorry. i'm new to being a lefty. and here's one that i used to agree with, levi's 501 jeans. >> perfect engineering? >> i loved them and then i got a picture taken of them and someone said matt is wearing mom jeans. >> really? >> so i stopped buying them. >> i thought you changed for skinny capri jeans. >> halfway up the calf?
the most dangerous selects on the internet. they looked at what happened when you search certain stars online and whose names generate results that could lead to malware. topping the list is amy schumer with a 16% risk. justin bieber came in second place. they have musicians, hosts. >> there's someone else on that list. >> who's number three? >> who? >> carson, show it. >> me. >> yeah. >> number three on the most dangerous celebrity list. >> if we google you, we'll get some dreaded virus? >> go to your google window and type in how in the heck is carson daly still on television, you run the risk, you run the risk of getting some malware, so be careful. >> we're not saying you should try that. >> i don't know what it means really. but look out! >> you're dangerous. >> it will be my face creeping
warren beatty opening up about his playboy reputation. you might remember earlier this year carly simon confirmed part of the song "you're so vain" was about him. back in the day warren beatty had been with 12,775 women. it's a claim -- >> no, no. >> he does dispute that claim in the aarp magazine saying think about it, sleeping with 12,775 people. there were more multiple people a day but there was repetition. >> you remember his carpet was apricot. >> scarpet. >> that's one of the things you have to look up. >> what's a scarpet? >> what are you saying? >> do you know the lyrics to "you're so vain"? >> but what's a scarpet.
saw one place that said a word i'd never heard of. >> what are they talking about? >> never mind, it's a song. >> he does admit to being a ladies man. he said, look, i never misled anyone and i'm a nice guy. he has been together with his wife for almost 25 years. terry crews can be an imposing guy so one cost conscious student is using terry's image t he recently tweeted this photo. i keep this pic of terry crews in my wallet so i can see it when i'm about to waste money on things i don't need. terry crews has this picture. i keep this pic of myself in my wallet so i can see it when i'm about to waste money on things i don't need, lol. that's your popstart. >> your had strategically dipped
>> i feel like you're not even speaking english right now. >> we looked it up. >> you said scarpet. >> it was apricot. never mind. al, do the weather. >> wow. >> i'm googling it. >> look it up now. >> in the meantime, we've been watching this little area of investigation out in the atlantic, 97-l, with a 90% chance of formation the next 48 hours and really in the next 90 days. the moved aittle further south bringing it out -- matt is singing. this is great. we are looking for a flood threat along the mid-atlantic coast. we've got the warm weather continuing out in the plains. plenty of sunshine through the plains as well. wet weather around the great
>> have we determined that it's -- >> your scarf was apricot. >> so it's a this. your scarf, hyphen, comma, it was apricot. >> but it's a song. >> now, comma, it's time. >> al, comma, thanks. we've got an update on a story we were talking about on tuesday, the shakeup to the zodiac calendar. >> jolene kent is back in the fallout. jo. >> this is a very important
horoscope readers freaked out when they learned aries may not be aries anymore. some are blaming nasa. here's the real story, people, they're not taking it well. it's a cosmic level freakout. >> i'm a gemini all my life. >> okay. you really think you're a gemini? >> yes, i think i am to the core. i'm a social individual. >> what's your birthday? >> my birthday is may 23rd, you're a taurus now. >> what? >> seriously. >> you can't just change it. >> it's a debate that could disrupt big business. last year americans spent a whopping $2 billion on the more than 81,000 astrology and psychic businesses in the country. websites like horoscope.com get five million visitors a month. but did anything really change? astrologers and astronomers both say no.
highlighting a 13th constellation called leadin??g many to believe their signs had suddenly changed. >> hoda, you were a leo. >> don't say were. >> girl, you're a cancer. >> no! >> we're good. >> no, no, no. >> but it turns out that so-called new constellation was discovered 3,000 years ago. the wore row scopes say they've always known about it, but never planned to use it. >> your zodiac sign has not changed. it's not based on the constellations directly. your zodiac sign is based on the planets. >> what if i told thaw you're now actually an aries. >> i always kind of thought i was a taurus. >> i think people are are attached to their zodiac signs
astrology gives me permission to be flawed and be human and not have it all figured out. >> as you might imagine, this is huge relief for people who were really worried about their zodiac sign tattoos, right? tweeting pictures like this one. thankfully, no need to get them lasered off from the astrology gists and from nasa. >> i'm so glad you're here. thank you. >> so happy to be. >> i'm cancer. i have that on my leg. >> i don't know. get another one. >> seriously. >> thank you. just ahead, from lavish trips to hot toys to big deals waiting for you in the month of october. and nathan lane and john
8:30 now on wednesday morning. good morning, everybody. midtown, midweek, midmonth, great crowd. >> can we do one thing. can you hear this? we've got a young man over here named jack. you know what just happened to jack? jack, smile. jack just lost his front tooth! way to go! the tooth fairy on her way.
cute. >> very cool. >> congratulations. coming up, be prepared to be entertained. look who's inside our studio. we've got nathan lane and john goodman. they're going to talk about their brand new project. and then we are going bargain hunting for clothes and toys and gadgets and everything you should wait until october to buy. a couple of days left. also making ribs and buffalo bites. it might sound complicated and expensive but it doesn't have to be. we have some cheap and easy entire family. >> but first, al, you start with apricot. >> actually i'm going to scarf up the ribs. let's show you what's happening as far as your weather is concerned starting with today. warm weather continues out through the plains and down through southern california. we've got a flood threat in the mid-atlantic states, wet weather down into florida. look for showers around the great lakes. sunshine in the plains all the way down into texas. that continues tomorrow. flooding likely along the
cooler weather in the pacific northwest with sunshine and temperatures finally cooling down along your southern california coast. don't forget, get that weather any time you need it. go to the weather channel on cable or weatherchannel.com online. mr. lauer. >> we're just getting a little shopping advice here. al, thank you very much. we're happy to have two acting giants with us this morning,
they are coming together for the revival of one of the most ground-breaking plays in broadway history, "the front page." nathan, john, good morning. good to see you guys. >> good to see you. >> the year was 1978. way back when, when you two worked together for the first time. >> about this time of year at the equity library theater on 103rd street. >> what was the show? >> "midsummer night's dream" which had a disco theme. >> it was the disco version. who's also in the play said every 38 years we have to do this. >> what was your impression of him at the time and what was your impression of him, back in 1978? >> he was -- i had seen him before in a comedy review. a friend of mine from college. he was funny, a really hard-working actor. >> he was playing oberon. a dashing leading man.
>> of pure talent. >> so the story goes you run into scott rudin at a party and he says i want to work with you, i want to do a show. what show do you want to do, and you picked "the front page." was that the story? >> you know, we were talking about things and then talking about titles and it came up. he had seen it, there was a famous production in 1969 with be would be a great idea to do it on broadway. and was very brave to take it on, because there's so many people. >> it's a cast of 20 something, right? >> 25. >> when the show was first on broadway, john, which i think was 1928 or something like that, it was ground-breaking because it was considered profane, it was considered shocking. there were a lot of words in the dialogue that actors had not spoken onstage before.
>> it was. >> does it hold up? is it still -- does it still feel like something the audience is going to -- obviously people curse on stage all the time now, but does the show hold up over the years? >> absolutely it holds up. it was extremely well constructed, it's funny. you love the characters and you want to know what happens to them. you get a lot of information in the first act that holds up and really pays off in the otherwo acts. >> the great thing about it is you can sense -- you know, it's obviously new -- people are seeing it whoever never seen it before, and you can hear them being shocked or surprised by twists in the plot. you know, the last line in the play is one of the most famous curtain lines in the american theater, and every night now i can hear them like totally shocked because of what i'm about to do.
better than that, surprising them. >> the dialogue, the profanity aside, is rapid fire. i mean it is fast paced. i think somebody said it takes a lot of vocal stamina. how do you prep for something like that? >> we have a brilliant woman called kate wilson who comes and warms us up all evening but everybody every day is just getting loose. >> what's your warmup? >> prescription yeah. no, no, it really is almost like doing a musical. you do have to warm up beforehand because you could hurt yourself, so much yelling and screaming. >> my eyes hurt. >> do they? >> that's all i got. >> at this stage in your career, still jitters for opening night? what are you, it's like 25, 22 shows on broadway? >> something like that. yeah.
i mean, you know, you want -- especially if you said why don't we do "the front page" and if it doesn't go well. >> he broke a guy's arm last night. >> how did that happen? >> got in his way. >> so you've got to see this show. between the prescription drugs and the violence and the profanity. >> really. >> it has everything. >> no, of course. but when you're with a company of actors like this, like john slattery and robert morris and it goes on and on, wonderful people, that's the fun of being part of an ensemble like that. >> can't wait to see you guys together. it's always nice to see you. thank you for coming in. >> thank you for having us. >> "the front page" currently in previews. the opening is at the broadhurst theater on october 20th. up next, some great bargains, all these things waiting for you in october.
are you in the mood to save? who isn't. if you're tying to tie the knight, take a trip or indulge the kids, we have the inside scoop on what to buy to save big in october. we have a today.com contributor. good morning. >> good morning. >> i love these segments. i find it fascinating that there are certain times when it's good to buy certain things. >> absolutely. you can be a totally strategic shopper and that way you save money and have a limited time or a window. >> that's right. the deals and the dates do matter, so the details counting. go on the website later to get the exact dates. >> okay. we don't always think of an october wedding but a lot of people get married in the fall and this is the time to buy wedding stuff? >> that's right. summer is typically peak season. so in the fall we're seeing lots of great deals on decor. for example, fabrics are up to 40% off. you can use them for a veil or decor.
invites, save the dates, thank you cards, and really good deals at places like minted and tiny prints. you can also get cute personalized robes for the bride or the bridesmaids. 50% off. finally personalized stemware that says bride and groom up to 40% off at places like party city and of course shutterfly. >> if you're planning a honeymoon, some travel deals to be had. >> amazing travel deals to be had. the biggest one that save [$1,000 on international airfare. this is through viking cruises. so the deal here is you save $500 per person, per couple. again, this is on specific viking river cruises. check out the specific deals to see exactly where it's going. another thing that we saw as far as travel is now is the time to go to europe. on orbitz we are seeing airfares down by 30% to really great
warm, kay has some deals fm some all-inclusive places from hyatt where you can go to jamaica or even mexico. >> check, check and check, it all sounds good. all right, denim, which is great because we're getting into jeans weather. >> if you didn't get back-to-school denim, now is the time to save. deals up to 50% off at places like sears. we're seeing denim designer deals at lord & taylor. you can save about $58. and at overstock there's a cool on right now. >> i really admire the folks that shop early for christmas. al roker is one of them. you say this is a good time. if you're that person and can plan, get going. >> we're seeing up to 50% off at places like amazon.com, target has some cool "star wars" stuff and really cool select play sets from barbie and disney infiniti are on sale.
up. you can get these at toys r us. >> i like this disco outfit that barbie has. some big ticket items. grills. maybe stock up for next year. >> if you need a new mower, now is the time. you can save $100 on select craftsman mowers. these are actually from ace hardware. leaf blowers are also on sale at tru value. and these big, big grills, they're beautiful. >> pretty nice. >> they're usually pretty expensive. save $100 at places like >> i'm going to follow my nose to the next deal. >> i love this deal. >> now you're speaking my language, pizza. is this real or prop pizza? >> this is real, it's warm and brand new from papa john's. they came out with this new pan pizza. the deal is three toppings, $10. >> because it's national pizza month. >> oh, sorry, national pizza month. i got so excited, i forgot. >> keep going because i have my mouth full. >> you can see amazing deals
toppings, $5.99 each. >> right next to guacamole it's like the perfect food. for more deals go to our website, today.com, to check it out. comingp next, recipes for ribs and they're not messy to eat. first, this is "today" on nbc. [ male announcer ] "gone fishing." it's a sign that means we've locked up and headed off to do something we love.
all right. it's 8:46. we're back with a new "today" feeding your family doesn't have to be expensive or complicated. danielle walker, author of the cookbook "celebrations" is here with a family
favorite that's perfect for any day of the week. good morning. >> thanks for having . >> this is one of your husband's favote recipes. >> it is. we've been eating these ribs at a restaurant for like the last 16 years at this restaurant for his birthday so i recreated them. >> these are pork ribs. we've got them right there. talk to me about the other ingredients.
then we put a little le to give flavor but not having to smoke it for hours and hours on end. >> liquid smoke? >> it's a natural condiment. they use the flavorings from the chips. >> coincidentally it was carson's nickname in high school. >> we have some vinegar and coconut sugar, which is a substitute for brown suga >> we're going to mix all these in a second. let's get to the process. first you're going to make the rub. >> so this is our so give them a little sweetness to go with the smokiness. we have chili powder, paprika, garlic powder, salt and pepper. the great thing about this rub, you can put it on chicken and barbecue it or a steak. so we're going to use a couple of tablespoons w andcan save the rest in this jar. >> how far indvance to cooking do you put the rub on? >> you can do it right before it, do it a few days and wrap it up and get it in you fridge so eyeady to go into the
but the rub you can keep in your pantryorix re nmo using a grill today, we're not using a smoker, but we're going to cook these two different ways. >> yes. we're going to do them in the oven. i love that because we do love to do that during the summer where we can put them on the barbecue but we also like to enjoy them in the winter so we put them low and slow in the oven. they get really nice and tender and we finish them under the broiler to get them kind of crisp on top. i'm can use tin foil. you make a tighty sealed pouch. then flip it over and this locks in all of the steam which helps get them really,lly tender. >> 275 how long? >> three or four hours until they're really coming apart with a fork. >> you go that way, i'll go this way. after 20r 30 minutes you start to smell tse in the house, which is th best part ofaking ribs. guys, how is it tasting down there? >> great.
>> spicy. >> a little bit of cayenne. >> so barbecue sauce is really easy to make. the store-boug versions have caramel coloringnd a lot of sugar so we saved some of our rub and we have tomato puree and a few more spices. we're going to add that together and mix it up and brush the ribs to finish it. they're going to have some fat in them so we can drain that out. this isnegar, a little bit o at coconut sugar, a teeny bit know what, if they're too spicy too, you can lead a little cayenne or chili powder out. i have young ds, so i like to ma them a little bit less spicy. my husband likes spice. perfect. >> so that gets all mixed up and you bru i on again? >> you brush it on again and pop them under the broiler. kind of like if you were finishing it over a fire grill but it's just a little bit easier. >> how long under the broiler. >> a couple of minutes. you just brush the sauce on and then stick them back in and
like. >> al, you're kind of a rib maven. how would you compare these to what you make at home. >> well, they don't have the natural smokiness that you would get in a smoker, but for what it is being done in an oven -- >> low and slow. >> it's delicious. >> really nice. >> good. >> i love this. here's what they look like when they're done. talk to me about your buffalo bites here. >> gamedays, there's lots of gamedays coming up but we also serve these all the time. they're a substitute for chicken wings but they're so i bread them a little bit in coconut flour and i make them. i have a dairy-free ranch dressing. i can't tolerate dairy, i have an autoimmune disease so i eat dairy-free for that reason. they're delicious and coated in a buffalo sauce. >> this is great. we can put the recipe up on our website. danielle, thank you so much. >> thanks for having me. >> we appreciate it. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. >> those don't taste like
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anniversary, tell us all about them on today.com/celebrate. >> you're just like making mischief all day today. >> i don't know why. what do you guys have coming up? >> i have no idea. >> the whole show is dedicated to dissecting carly simon later. >> we googled the lyrics and the next line has something to do with a gava. >> i thought it was one eye in the mirror as yourself go bye. >> it's gova. it's a dance. >> we're actually going to be making a brooky. >> what's that? here it is. ? you probably think this song is about you ? ? you're so vain ? ? i bet you think this song is about you ?
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