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good morning. two weeks to go. the presidential race enters the homestretch. a new poll out this moing shows hillary clinton with a solid lead, but donaldrump is not buying it. >> it's called voter suppreson becaleuse pere -- oh, gee, 're winning. fole thelinton campaign ses on winning both the it house and congss. breaking ornight. a river rapids ride at a popular theme park malfunctions, killing four people, two of them thrown from their seats, two others trapped inside, as investigators try to figure out what went wrong. manhunt. a frantic search for an oklahoma man accuseof soting at least
media. this morning, inside the desperate attempo achim down. and gamen! the world series begins tonight. a match-up of baseball's lovable losers. the chico cubs and cveland indians. have waited longer. a combined 176 years in the making. e live wh fans in both cities "today," tuesday, october 25th, 2016. this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning, everody. welcome to "today" on a tuesday morning. world series day. this is so exciting! >> it is the fall classic. these two teams, imagine the excitement in chicago and cleveland this mni as they're getting ready to put bend them years of
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>> iuess i'm somewhat behind in the polls but not by mu. >> reporter: trump's trailing hillary clinton nationally, and by a slim margin in must-win battlegrounds north carolina and florida. now, stoking speculation he's laying the groundwork if he loses for an all-trump network -- >> welcome in to trump tower live -- >> reporter: his team debuting its own nightly broadcast on facebook. >> we're excited to be bypassing the left wing media. >> reporter: they're not calling it trump tv it >> this idea of a trump media empire, are you allowing yourself to imagine that scenario, too, during this? ery's talkout it becausi have so many voters d the somied. >> reporter: still caught in a controversy,heopomee denying a new allegation of sexual misconduct from an adult film actress whose lawyer, gloria allred, is a long-tim clinton supporter.eyebrows with isse.en >> he grabbeme by the arm.
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feet to cast our nasty votes to get you out of our lives forever! >> reporter: a more confident clinton camp spreading surrogates across the country today, including president obama on late night tv. n you watch the debate and you watch donald trump, do you -- do you ever laugh??: do you ever actually laugh? >> most -- most of the time. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: through it all, the republican in-fiting hasn't gone anywhere. now our new nbc news/surveymonkey online tracking poll shows a majority of republicans, 57%, believe that that friction could actually threaten trump's chances at winning the presidency. after his rallies in florida today, by the way, he heads to washington tomorrow, spending some of his limited time before election day oning his new hotel in.c. matt? savannah >> hallie jacksoar on the trail this mornin thank you.
kornacki. therare so many dierent pos. we have ours, other outlets have theirs. donald trump says don't believe any of them -- except the ones that show he's doing well. e need t. thcimapoints and everything. if it looks really exact, that's because that is what we're trying tdo this is the average of every poll out there. on the clinton side you'll have a poll that has her up 12, trump will be promoting one that says it is dead-even race. when you merge it all togeth, this is the most reliable way to ok at the election it is a lead for hillary clinton of close to six points. that obviously a significant lead.mp would need movement in his direction. is always b i tetter,nk especially in crunch timin a campaign, you don't look at the one poll that's 12 points this way or one that's five that way. if you average them together, that's sort of your compass in a campaign like this. >> another data point that's interesting is if you go back to
hypothetical match-up between hillary clinton and any number of the republican candidates. you do see a consistency when you look at the trump-clinton match-up going way bacintohe spring. >>f you go back to june, ayapril, thoseumbers clinton double digits in april.e 3% 5%. the common thread in this race @ has been donald trump has not been ahead since it's been hillary clinton in the race. >> the last couple days, w seen hillary clinton looking beyond the race and looking at the senate and house seats. many republicans are looking past donald trump and looking to secure some of the seats in the house and senate. stt inhe senate and talk about where she standsow and heances of bringing it bk to docratic contl. >> let's take a lookt the senate bategrounmap. right now the republicanhave basically a %-46% majori the decrs have of ot opportunities on this map. this is where hillary clinton was yesterday. she was in new hampshire. you have a republican incumbent there. hillary clinton may be favored in that state if she can carry
democrats are also looking at pennsylvania. illinois, they're feeling really good about. a lot of democrats think they have that senate race in the bag there. wisconsin's another one. look, if you just got those four, if you're the democrat and hillary clinton wins the presidency, those four alone y control of the senate. the one wild card on here democrats have to worrabout -- it's nevada., th is is thdemoe atic senate seat right now they are at risk of losing to repuicans. most worried about losing e control he real quickly, give yours the lan in the house hav wouldto be a hu wav of the hse. to lose contl >> it would. ta lk, this is the balance republicans -- this is the highest number republicans have had in the house since 1928. republicans when ty won this majority twoea a said it was ve-pofp democrats would need to ck up lued the win in very, very republican districts. here's what you need to think of if this is a ten-point or more presidential race, i think it comes into play.
>> nobody better on the board than steve kornacki. >> i'm exhausted! steve, thank you. now to another story. a theme park tragedy that happened overnight. weentioned this at the top of the show. at least four people were killed in australia when a popular ride malfunctioned. nbc's chief global correspondent bill neely has the latest on it. bill, good morning. >> reporter: good mornin savannah. this was o of the star attractions of australia's biggest theme park. billed as one of the safest rides at the park called "dream world." ?? >> reporter: the thunder river rapids ride has been thrilling visitors at the paor raof the s overtuedo passengers off, trappi twon con undeeath >> obviously kids were ooard screaming while their mom was like trapped under.
d rather n talk about at i? saw. >> she came out hysterically crying. then two people that work here took her awad the little >> reporter: rescuers tried to saveives but two mndwo women died at the sce. >>ne of the rides had sustained some sort of malfunction causing twpeople to be ejected from a ride, another two people were caught in rde te. >> reporter:s eyes gold in rio. dude, he tweeted, just got off a de 15 mites ago thatas one person seriously injed and others trapped. rl d .tiat we to wait a minutcas a bi maintenance pblem. weot stopped for 30, 40 minutes, people were probably in the war floating around. they completely drained it all, then filled it back up.
declared safe, a decision that proved fatal. >> well this ride was known as one of the tamest family-friendly. it even took children as young as 3 years old. now it's one of the deadliest. dream world say they're deeply shocked. their park is now closed. clearly they face some very serious questions. matt, savannah. >> thank you. horrible story out of pakistan where a gunman stormed a police training center late people. more than 100 others were wounded. pakistani officials say between four and six gunmen opened fire as they rushed that building. many of the police trainees were killed when the gunman detonated explosive vests. officials say an al qaeda group is responsible. the manhunt has intensified
vance who shot and injured two police officers on sunday night and then stole their patrol car. he live-streamed his getaway on facebook and taunted police along the way. >> if you want to know what's up next, stay tuned to your local news. >> police say vance then stole another car injuring and shooting another woman in the process. that car found eight miles away and inside the home police found the bodies of two of vance's relatives.li believe he switche vehicles again and was last seen driving a 2007 mitsubishi eclipse. dangerous. outrage is growing over a controversial request from the pentagon. it involves cash bonuses given to service members, but now the military wants that money returned. nbc's morgan radford is in los angeles with more. >> matt, good morning. this story goes back to at least 2007 and involves nearly 10,000 men and women from the california national guard. now they were recruited to join up at a time when the military desperately needed to bolster its ranks.
those folks really aren't in a position to pay. when the military needed more troops to help fight wars in iraq and afghanistan, the california national guard started handing out bonuses of $15,000 or more. >> this was for my first deployment. >> reporter: robert served two tours of combat duty in iraq, and now he is being asked to return his $20,000 bonus. n >> what went through your mind when you first got that letter saying you owed money? >> anger. we didn't do anything wrong. volunteered, we signed on the line, we did our duty. and now they're slapping us in the face for it. >> reporter: thousands of soldiers like him were signed up by military recruiters. in some cases those recruiting officers knew the soldiers weren't really eligible for enlistment bonuses but signed them up anyway.
false claims totaling $15 million. three other officers also pleaded guilty to fraud. >> bonuses went from a small group of critical skills to almost everybody that wajoined was le.eligib a lot oins, sstancediers far and abe heire al. >> reporr: ratr an nuhich re isome c irorl the ased audito to trk do the money, statement, "theifa e< unilerally wve these debts." even though those who signed up and got bonuses didn't do anything wrong, the auditors found a total of $37 million may have been wrongly paid out. since the "los angeles times" first reported the story, elected officials on both sides of the aisle have criticized the pentagon and are now calling for change. >> well, that's disgraceful that we would ever treat those men and women who came to the call
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especially when on a hill. take a look at this surveillance video out of switzerland. a man pulled out on the shoulder of the road to talk to a truck driver. got out without putting the brake on. moments later found himself chasing his runaway car across several usy lanes ofghway. >> yes, i always put my parking brake . >> you usually look both ways 00 >> we've got somcrazy cold weather in the northeast. parts of new england on the chilly side. much of the counun but this jet stream dip brings those temperatures down. look at windchills. it feels like 29 in binghamton. 36 boston. 43 in philly. burlington, 30 degrees. in fact, tomorrow it is going to be even colder. 24 million of us under some sort of frost/freeze watch or frost advisory and a hard freeze for parts of the northeast. then you look at midsections of the country, look at how warm it is going to be. over the next several days, cheyenne, you're going to get up to 76 by thursday.
and>>hat's your latest weather. guys? >> all right, al, thank you. coming up, the ex-wife of former subway pitchman jared fogle is now suing theast food giant accuing the company of turning a blind eye disturbing complaints against him. baseball fans' lovable lors gearing up for tonight's opening game of the world series. weith them live in cleveland and chicago. yeah, we've got the trophy here in the studio. but first, this is "today" on
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7:30 now on a tuesday morning, october 25th, 2016. you know what that means? game one of the world series tonight. fans of chicago and already packing in the eat the and drinking establishments in their respective cities. >> you mean bars? >> yeah, bars. ahead of tonight starting the world series. when you haven't won the title in decades, not a chance you get that often, why not just live it up. inside the fan frenzy in just a moment. >> can you just imagine, 12 hours from now? >> vegas, baby. let us get a check of today's headlines. former pennsylvania attorney
bail after convicted in august of leaking grand jury information to the media to embarrass a political rival, then lying about it under oath. she was the first woman elected pennsylvania's top prosecutor. she will remain free while she appeals. overnight, four people were killed in an accident in a popular theme park in australia. the thunder river rapids ride malfunctioned ejecting two people from their raft. two others were caught the pa's ceo says the park is working with police to try to find out what went wrong. let's not forget politics. out this morning, the newest nbc news survey monkey poll shows hillary clinton up six points ahead donald trump. >> president obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the united states.
@realdonaldtrump. @realdonaldtrump. at least i will go down as a president. >> a phone drop moment. >> exactly. president having a little fun on "jimmy kimmel" live. just dropped the phone at the end of that. let's get back to that historic world series match-up between the cubs and the indians. long time coming for both teams and their fans. who are anxiously awaiting we've got both cities covered. let's start with ron mott. he's in cleveland. there?hat's going on around y >> reporr: hey, matt, good morning. you know a lot of the buzz coming in to the series has all been about the chicago cubs and how they haven't won in so long. well, it's been a long time here as well. right, fans? >> woo-hoo! >> the cubs have won the
going to the world series! >> reporter: in cleveland, two of baseball's perennial punch lines, the chicago cubs and the cleveland indians, ever the underdogs, about to take the field, ready to take a swing at rewriting history. but when the story of this world series is told, only one of them is guaranteed the last laugh. the indians last won the fall classic all the way back in 1948 coming close twice in the '90s but falling short both times. the cubs had waited nearly 40 years long, more than a counting.go, cubs, go! >> reporter: their historic eting has created a fever pitch among diehard fans. >> ion't even know to sct in words. i feel le we're still sleeping. we're going to make up and it may not be real. >> listen to the roar of the crowd as indians take the field. >> reporter: their storieshat of legends. world series crown would pit them beside the city's ruling
cleveland is a city champions once again. >> reporter: -- who returned home and delivered on a championship promise. tonight, lebron and the cavaliers will get their championship rings right next door to where the cubs and indians search for their glory. >> it is a day that will go down in history for anyone that lives here. they will never forget it. >> reporter: of course, as t excitement soars, so are ticket prices. right now they are too pricey for the average fan. tonight's game pushing $7,000. at wrigley, even more creiv cubs fan tinutsi the batter's box. offering tickets to the chigo runf the broadway smash hit seats.on" in exchange for world now if the indians can pull this off, this will only be the second time in american spos history that the basketbl and baseball champs have come from the same town. l.a. did it with the dodgers and
cleveland -- let's go tribe. >> by the way, if it is a question between "hamilton" tickets and world series tickets, "hamilton" isoing to be on broadway for a while. we do not want to leave chicago out. let's go 350 miles west and check on the mood of fans in chicago there. they're up early there with nbc's s little pep rally going on? >> little pep rally? this thing is massive. i know there are fans in cleveland who really want to win, but trust me -- in fact, let me use my little ladder here. i want you to see the size of
i'm at harry caray's in downtown chicago. we're having pep rally. they opened the doors at 4:00 this morning and it is packed! take a look at this crowd! there are two years -- two years you into ed to keep in mind. 1945 and 1908 1945 the last time the cubs went to the world series. but 1908, that's the last time this city has seen a championship. i want you to meet some of these fans. they got up at 4:00 this first of all, it is a family affair. there are generations who have never seen this before. look at this little guy! tell me his name, mom. >> beckett. >> this is beckett. tell me this. what would it mean for your family -- wait a minute, we have little brother, too. >> jamison. >> jamison. tell me what it would mean for families like this one all across the city of chicago to take this thing all the way home. >> it would be huge. for all the fans.
what does it mean to be a cubs fan and what would it mean to go all the way? >> we don't have to dream anymore. it is a reality. four more wins and -- whoopie! >> a little go, cubs, go. ready -- go! go, cubs, go! >> go, cubs, go! go, cubs, go! >> bring us back some swag, too. >> tamron has fever in the orange room. she's in for carson. >> my goodness. you think those people were excited in both of those live shots, wait until you hear this. the excitement for the world series building online here in the orange room. this is the coveted trophy that will be presented to the winning team. what every cubs and indians player has in his sights as well as the team fans. but guess what? i'm going to faint. we have something even more exciting for baseball fans this
both a chicago and cleveland game in this historic series, d they could be yours as part of the worerie super f give-away. head to today.com to share a video, a picture of what makes you the ultimate cubs or indians fan and why you deserve to go to the big game. we want to see all you got. get the family, get the dog, get granny, get the uncle. everybody you know. two tickets to the world series. they are yours. remember, game one of the world series between the cubs and the 8:00 p.m. eastern. i feel faint. this is a big thing. it is a big thing in the orange room, guys. >> can we get three tickets and i'll go with? >> you need a chaperone? i'll baby-sit. so huge. huge! >> loving this, tamron. thank you very much. we'll have more on the series in a little bit. now let's get a check of the weather. >> speaking of the world series game, the first two games in
starts out okay. tonight we're going to have game one, partly cloudy skies, 46 degrees. but we've got some rain coming for tomorrow so we'll be watching that very closely. we've got this system coming out of the midwest today, out of the rockies. it is going tbe pushing further to the east. as it does, we look for strong storms from minnesota all the way into chicago today into tomorrow. moving into thursday, more rain is moving making its way into the northeast. cold enough where we could see some snow in the upper elevations of upstate new york rainfall amounts through thursday though from chicago to cleveland. we are looking at about an inch of rain. but the heaviest rain will be back from eastern iowa on into
>> get that weather any time you need it, check out the weather channel. progressive field, no roofs. going to be interesting. coming up, airline safety videos have gone from dull to dazzling. but why are some passengers now saying enough is enough. j subway. did the sandwich chain know about, and ignore, the issues that landed their pitchman behind bars. behind bars. but fi ??
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stunning lawsuit against one of the world's largest fast food chains. >> jared gls ex-wife is now suing sway claiming that company knew about disturbing allegations against their pitchman m decade and kept tm seet here's nbc'sguerrez. reporter: this morng subwa is fg lawsuit from the ex-wife of its forme star pitchman, jaredfogle. >> when the fbi bangedny or on july 7th, 2015, iought itf >> reporter: last ar,ogle pleaded glty to federal having sex with minors.phy and >> i have a 3-year-oldnd a 5-year-old now ask me everyay about jail and where their father is. >> reporter: the lawsuit filed in indiana claims subway exploited fogle's family despite knowing of allegations that jared was a pedophile. >> the defendants even marketed kam as a family man and used e's likeness and her
consent. >> i lost 245 pounds. >> reporter: fogle skyrocketed to fame as the face of subway's healthy eating campaign which included visitso schools. but a former journalist who knew foglnd is mention i t he sual encounters with about minors. gender didn't make a difference to him. the younger, the better. >> reporter: according to the lawsuit, fogle's ex-wife contends subway knew about at least three allegations of misconduct, one as early as 2004, but turned a blind eye because he was the company's cash cow. subway severed ties with fogle last year shortly after the fbi raided his home, saying fogle's actions were inexcusable and did not represent its brand. a spokesperson now tells nbc news "as this is pending legal action, we cannot provide comment." >> it is unlikely that a court is going to give the ex-wife money simply because subway didn't contact her earlier.
for unspecified damages. >> finding out that your husband and the father of your children is a child predator and knowing that his job involved him visiting schools on a regular basis is devastating. >> reporter: mclaughlin also says she would have never married fogle if subway would have reported him. for "today," gabe gutierrez, nbc . just ahead, are you being ven the wrong antibiotics for common conditions like a sinus orn ear infection? dr. oz h new study that you real will i need to know about. why the smithsonian is "over the rainbow" about its effort to preserve dorothy a he ?? ?? ? and off you go, ? ?? ? and off you go, ? ??
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, donald trump down, but insisting he's not giving up. as senator elizabeth w in for the kill. >> he think because he has a mouthful of tic tacs that he can force himself on any woman within groping distance. >> so where do things really stand with two weeks to go? plus, bad medicine? a new report has some startling news about prescriptions in america saying half of patients treated for common infection are getting the wrong antibiotic. dr. oz is here with what you need to know.
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now. people have got their hat and gloves on. >> wintry. >> you don't think it is wintry? >> it is a little chilly. >> it is going to get worse though. especially come december, january. tamron in love with ita garten. she's going to make mignon. she's got her tenth cookbook. >> this is my girl crush of all time. speaking of delicious food, we want to get into the thanksgiving spirit. we need your help. we are calling it "today's" turkey trot. we're literally going to be running all across the country in search of the next thanksgiving super chef. so if you know a foodie with a recipe to share, we may give them a surprise from one of their favorite celebrity chefs.
that's why he or she should be considered. remember, it is a surprise. >> this is the best thanksgiving dinner, best turkey recipe kind of thing? >> all kinds of stuff. sides. anything. >> you have no idea. we'll get back to you. time for the "news at 8." i'm kristen welker. there are now just two weeks left in the race for the white house and hillary clinton is largely over donald trump, up by six points in a latest head-to-head match-up. trump responding with a full arsenal of attacks. >> reporter: with time running out, donald trump trying to come from behind, turning up the heat against hillary clinton monday while barnstorming in battleground florida. >> the best evidence that the system is rigged is the fact that hillary clinton, despite her many crimes, was even allowed to run for president in the first place.
national and swing state polls showing him trailing, trump insisting victory is within reach. >> this is a movement like they have never seen in our country before. >> you see these polls where they're polling democrats. how's trump doing? oh, p's adtted he tiling clin comparing hpa t unit?edm'sote toeave the european union. >> ihinge'o have a brexit situation. the polls and i guess i'ma somewhat behind in the polls but not by much. >> reporut tter: b math and map is getting tough for trump. our latest nbc news earlyotg showss a o ra aild voters have tur ohan affiliated voters in out of 12 battleground states. an increasingly confident clinton set to campaign in florida today. after stumping in new hampshire monday with trump antagonist,
a mouthful of tic tacs that he can force himself on any woman within groping distance. >> reporter: seizing on trump's comment from the third debate. >> such a nasty woman. >> on november 8th, we nasty women are gonna march our nasty feet to cast our nasty votes to get you out o our lives forever! >> reporter: clinton relishing warren's role as aac nkeody el. she exposes him for what temperamentally unfit and totally unqualifiedo be esent of the united states. >> reporter: underscoring clinton's confidence, she's increasingly shifting her focus beyond trump to down-ballot democrats,
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shomenow w and latinosre castin ballots at higherates than in 2012. >> n,hank you very much. also on the campaigtrail, donald trump taking aim at the affordableare a saying obamacare doesn't work. hisomnts cam will gop stear by an age% across the 39 stateservedy online exchanges. many consumers will only have one insurer to choe. ministratifficials stress that subsidies wil help effect hikes for a lot of people. cg wt until? you see what[g tlayer decided to do mid match.
about his personal life. we'll show it to you. but first, we've got dr. oz on some troubling new research that shows you are probably being prescribed the wrong antibiotics. we if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis, and you're talking to your doctor about your medication... this is humira. this is humira helping to relieve my pain and protect my joints from furer damage. thiss humira helping me go further. humira works for many adults.
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some staling news when it comes to you and your medication.jt according t a newreport, not only are antibiotics b overprescribed, but at least half the time people with sore throats, ear infections and sinus infections get the wrong antibiotics. dr. mehmet oz is here to walk us through it all. so this is double the problem. you and i have talked about the overprescription problem in the past. now we've got the wrong antibiotics as well. >> if get antibiotics when you really don't need them, this new study now shows of the times you are tting them, half the time ss not the appropriate first-time therapy. >> what is going to be the impact on my health if i get the wrong antibiotic for the wrong illness? >> you put a bunch of things up on the screen. first of all, when you overprescribe you get side effects. one of the biggest ones, we have a trillion or more bacteria in our gut. you kill off all that bacteria.
auto mun problems. imimmune problems. we are moving into a post-antibiotic era, at a time when we c routinely do implants for jointr heart suery. without antibiotics, it is almost inconinnceivable. >>imes a patient walks in and says, doc, i need a z-pack. they use that as almost and sometimes doctors are simply giving it to them. >> of se. it is america -- more is better. u to take the smallest amount of anything you can take. the shortest dose of the weakest drug. if i can take an amoxilen, why whack me with a z-pack. 10% of people may be allergic to
10% don't respond. but most of us are just fine with the old-fashioned weak stuff. >> what about people who say i have a virus, you need a antibiotic. >> sore throats, ear infections are all s.viruse why take antibiotics if you n't need them? if you are hacking and coughing for more than two weeks, i get it. but before that, use topical therapy. >> don't we need to know the difference between viruses and bacterial infections as well? >> yes, please. viruses don't get treated with antibiotics. viruses are endemic. they'll call symptoms but you can't treat them with the antibiotics. i wish we could! but we can't. >> thayou, doc. catch more of this guykdays on z"tshow." check your local listings. now, let's get a check of the weather from al. >> big storm from the pacific northwest causing a lot of rain and by the end of the week gets all the way down into southern california. in the meantime, heavy rain making its way across the northern plains. very mild from the southwest all
it is those increasgly elaborate safety videos that airlines have been shong before takeoff. they are getting super flashy. this one from air new zealand really makes the point. i mean is it a movie or a cheesy cop comedy? no! it is an airline safety video. delta and american have all gotten in on it. >> i like it. >> the "wall street journal" says passenger actually have a message for the airlines. enough with the wacky safety they say they are distracting. they say the final message is actually lost amidst all the gags. besides, research has shown people remember the jokes, not the instruction. >> isn't it the thing that if you have them laughing, you have them listening? >> what's the harm? >> i always wonder how much those elaborate movies cost them and could they save me money on the ticket if they did a simpler -- >> get the whole can of coke. >> exactly.
annoying little chores. right? are you actually spending a lot of time doing things that you n't have to be doing? the guardian newaper says, yes. it's come up with a list of 40 things you can stop doing right now. these are things that for years you've been told you had to do. >> like what? >> funny you ask. all right? flossing. we talked about that. you like the way it leaves your mouth feeling? okay. having a landline. >> no, you don't! >> remember blackout in new york? >> your phone will always work. your cell phone won't. >> you always want one that isn't a plug-in phone. when the power goes out, you need one of those old-fashioned phones. >> no! >> she's like, operator? i want to talk to aunt bea!
apparently they say no, you don't need that much. you get water in other things you consume. pressing that close door button in an elevator? probably doesn't do any good. washing your hair every day. every couple of ds is good. stretching before exercise. >> yeah. >> no? >> you don't have to? >> apparently not as mh as people think. >> if i exercised, that would be ly >> are they there? let's talk about the tennis player who was determined to win at all costs. here she is. she was behind during a recent finals match in singapore trailing the defending champ. she turns things around. she decides to just cut off her ponytail. she asked for a break and a pair of scissors and off it went.
cutst in half. now here's the -- i mean that's kooky. right? well, it worked. she went on to win the match. afterwards she said the o ponytail had been bothering her sohe just did what she had to do. >> it is the reverse of samson. >> excellent sunday school novel. >> what does samsung have to do -- oh. mson. >> it's the landline phone. all right, tamron. "popstart!." >> we have a lot "trending" today. >> first an update on the story we brought you last week, the unusual initiative to save a piece of hollywood history. dorothy's ruby slippers from ""the wizard of oz" hoping to preserve them. the smithsonian launched a campaign to preserve these. $300,000. officials reached that go. thanks to more than 5,300 supporters in 41 countries around six continents.
this morning it is hoping to raise an additional $85,000 to preserve and display the scarecrow costume. interesting. next up, could you imagine if this year's presidential election was hillary clinton versus the terminor? >> i was just thinking that! t would have been if arnold schwarzenegger had his wa nold telling ad week magazine, if i had been born in america i would have run because now this as aery gd time to get in race. remember, schwarzenegger was the republican governor california but he says he won't support this year's republican donald trump. the man schwarzenegger is replacing as the host of "celebrity apprentice." the show returns january 2nd. should be an interesting incarnation of it. ggedchris hemswor have been y reports of a divorce. he and his wife posted this pho. his wife is there next to him. the caption says, looking for a new wife according to the publication "woman's day" and
honey, you still love me, right? chris included the sarcastic hashtag thanks for the heads up. >> is that his wife or his bicep? look at that thing! >> his arm is massive. >> that's like my waist. >> give it one more >> svetlana kuznetsova. now we have more of our special series "winning at all costs." we are focusing on some of the and riskangers facing today's young athles. >> jennaus her ierthat. >> good rnguysud n cardiacrrest ca enhaause aunrlying heartondionr from blunt to the chest. trying t save kids' lives andf
snyder wwaay from her senior year of scho. young, invincible, and full of life. >> she was so looking forward to everything. she was so happy. it was like she was coming into her own. >> reporter: she plad socce since she was 5 years old. >> she said, "i love you. i'm going to go out and get dressed for soccer." then she left. maybe a half-hour later the phone rang and it was one of her teammates and they said jenny click. i'm thinking, okay, jenny fainted on the field. i don't know, dehydration, did she have a concussion, a brain bleed. >> reporter: but it wasn't a lack of water in her body or a hit to her head. it was her heart. it had just stopped beating on the soccer field. sudden cardiac arrest. >> the doctors kept coming in and about 9:00, 10:00, he came in and he said i'm really, really sorry. and my world changed forever.
but it was only after she died that michelle learned her daughter had an undetected heart defect since birth. >> when you talked with the doctn the ital,id they say that she cld have been saved? >> they said thenlyhance that she would have had to survive is you needhe shot from the defibrillator and you into ed it quickly. so could she have survived? yeah. >> was there a defibrillator anywhere in the area? >> no, there was nothing. there was nothing. basketball court from a sudden cardiac arrest. >> he passed away of sudden cardiac arrest while swimming. >> takes the blow to the chest, got up, collapsed. >> reporter: like michelle snyder, every one of these parents has also lost a child to sudden cardiac arrest. they are all part of the group parent heart watch. >> sudden cardiac arrest can happen to anyone's child, and it is everyone's cause.
heart is blocked, a heart and cardiac arrest literally stops beating cutting offlood to the brain and the rest of the body. but the is a chance of survival. >> sudden cardi arrest is really a survival event. if we can recognize it promptly, get these reporter: d jonathan drezner, aniversity of shin on sports cardiolis says the chae of survival jumps to over 80 if defibrillator, also called an aed, shocks raise your hand if you think a proper use of an aed could have helped save your child's life? >> that was, to me, the first time i even thought that a kid's not going to have a heartbeat. >> reporter: 12-year-old j os thibedeau did not get a life saving shot to his heart immediately after collapsing from soccer.
defect. the family screened all of their other children after josh's death and found a lethal heart condition in their son adam. only because josh passed away adam has that chance. adam'slaying soccer now and doing great. >> reporter: but his mom, deb, is always feet away with an aed. now these parents are fhting to ensure the places where chdren spend the most time, schools, are equipped with an aed, always available and accessible. our research shows only 16 stes require an aed in fun lick schools. but even so, we found some of those states don't specifically say hy thee to be on every playing field or require someone trained to use them. >> those of you that are from massachusetts, if i walked in to a public school, would iee a debrillator in everysc?
you will. >> reporter: more than 300 schools in massachusetts do not have an aed. they've been working with state lawmakers to push for what they call commonsense legislation. a bill putting an aed in every school. >> i'm here because my son's not. >> reporter: the bill has been stalled because of lack of funding. >> the state doesn't like to tell schools that they have to have things that are not funded, but then theyon to provide. so it is a little bit of a catch catc h22. you ho fight? >> yrs and yes. ich makes u?/s really mad. becae aeds are $8,000. >> this is where her heart stopped. it makes me feel closer to her. >> reporter: wh michelle's help, the field now has an aed. >> i can feel peaceful knowing that another child isn't going
aed around. >> so what about preventing cardiac arrest in the first place? all the patients we spoke with said their children had passed their physicals but were not screened for heart conditions which is typically
not part of the sports exam in kids. so obviously they need to raise awareness about screenings in ekgs as well. these aeds cost $800 to $1,000. so these parents say, yeah, that is expensive. but if every kid brought in their lunch money or had a bake sahe fields or lunch rooms across the country. >> you want them close by, too. it is just those critical minutes. >> they really need to be on fields. >> jenna, thank you. coming up, we'll shift gears. we've got the barefoot contessa here with one of her favorite go-to recipes. and who is going to break
>>ave an excuse. >> we are also excited because there are a ton of babie our green room next segment. we have the hotte newab gear. it's really cool. all this techie stuff. it is babies galore in there. in honor of her new cookbook, "cooking for jeffrey," ina garten is here. she's going to teach us howo make one of her husband's favorite dinners. it is that timef yr we allressed up it is "tod llowhan" and our "today" familys g all out, like never bere. morning, welco t "today." it is haoween. >> cosme reveal is goi to be epic. >> if you are in the neighborhood, cam on down to the plaza and jn the fun. >> oh, watch it, budd >> we're ready for the big reveal. >> nice costumes.
what's that smell? >> monday we'll be celebrating one of our favorite holidays so tune ineveal of our halloween costumes. alr etter yet, ce dn favorite -- w rey? we're invitg all of you back, all of your friends, everyone. in costum >> "today halloween" wears a dress" day. >> i don't know about this year. let's get a check of the weather from al. we start off with a gorgeous day today in the east. i southeast, gf ly de. coasuthwsot eteather mak its way into theicnorthwest. tomoow we expect to see more strong storms arounhe upper great lakes. unseasonablyild throuhe southwest. hey rain moves into the pacific northwt. a little cool here in the northeast withlenty of sunshine but picture perfect
get that weather any time you need it. check out our pals on the weather channel on cable. we mentioned world series starts tonight. cheer if you're a cubs fan who thinks cleveland's going to win? all right. well, ron mott is with the cleveland fans. >> he's not just anywhere. he is at the winking lizard this
ron, that's a long time to wait. >> long time to wait, guys. good morning again. look, lebron james of course is the king of cleveland. i have the incredible fortune to be with the queen of cleveland. this is emily, better known around here as nana. she is a life-long cleveland indians fan and if you can even believe what your eyes are seeing, she is 104 years young. she remembers the 1948 world series championship team from here. team is better, the '48 or the 2016 team cleveland indians? which one is better? >> gee, i couldn't tell you. >> i like them both. that's ditic. >> i like them both. >> take a look at the shirt, guys. just one more -- i can't even mention tha word. win one for nat them to win one you. >> i want them to win one before i die!
>> oh, nana! >> we've got four generations here. we've got the daughter, granddaughter, and great granddaughter. so i have to ask you, lori, tell me about her history with this team and how much she's inspired all of you guys to rally around her and the indians. >> well, she's been a life-long fan. but when she turned 100, she just said i really think i'm ready to throw out that first pitch. she practiced for weeks ahead of she wasn't going to do that little old lady underhanded. she mad i over the pitch. s honored ecpasqel. >> mitchell's ice cre has made a sundae for this week for the world series. it is crackerjack sundae with vanilla bean ice cream, caramel,
nana. back to you guys. >> nana, we love you! >> let's talk about the mood of fans in chicago. sheinelle is at harry caray's. >> reporter: this is a pep rally. the doors opened at 4:00 this morning and it is packed! now the game doesn't start until 7:00. steam? here's my question, is anybody goin to work today? what's going on with this beard? you're not going to shave until you win the world series? >> exactly. >> is anybody gng to work to so w have sersannd we h cubs r. we have kerry wood, you pitched
kerry, you were with the 2003 team. you got within five outs of getting to the world series. now here we are 2016. it is a loaded question but wha does this mean to you? >> it is not just me. it is generations of fans. generations of ex-players. we've all gone through this. our families went through this together we all tried to be that team that could do it. and fought for it. and for me, it was just emotional to see that last out the other night and just 108 years of emotion going into it. were all expecting. and then obviously the excitement and the city's been buzzing ever since. >> you talk about the agony of it 1969ou guy wer close as well. >> yes, we re.we but the otheright iell?? what,se said, it was so exciting and i'm so proud of the chicago cubs and the organization. they have really done well this year and we're proud of them. what do you say to fans not just here in chicago b all around the country? i w telling you guys my husband is a diehard fan. i t
saturday night. i think he cried. he didn't even cry at our wedding and he cried. what do you say to the fans who are here today who are just right along with you? >> i tell you what think about. i think about the fans that did that have passed and are not with us now. because so many of them were just terrific cub fans. >> i tell you what, t's e onnd a up note. can w do a little "go cubs go"? le >> go cubs go! in chicago! what do you say? cubs are going all the way! go cubs go ? ? go cubs go ? ? in chicago what do you say cubs are going all the w ?? >> nana! >> okay. this is so exciting. i don't know whot t r for, it is so awesome.
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we are back now at 8:41 with "expecting today." this morning the latest and greatest products to make life easier for new parents. >> chastity post, you have our undivided attention for this one. we have some gorgeous models and they're little babies! >> this is for all, inspired by you guys and all the wonderful new mommies out there.
>> this is fancy technology stuff. >> this is amazing technology. first we have little liam and his mommy. >> stealing the show right now. >> the hatch baby smart changing table. this is changing table traditional changing table combined with a smart wireless scale. so it weighs your baby every time you put it on it. it gives you all these great health metrics. you can tell if you're breastfeeding how much the baby actually ate. >> does it connect to an right here. it will keep all this data for you. see? little liam on the app? >> that's amazing. >> it will also keep track of your diaper changes so you can just e-mail all this to a pediatrician. now get ready, guys, for this. this is the fever frieda i-thermometer. it is like a wireless thermometer and a really smart baby monitor had a baby.
chip here. it is just put on to liam. all night long, every four seconds, it is going to take a temperature reading so if the baby is sick you don't have to wake the baby up. you can also set a temperature alert so if your baby's temperature goes above a certain level, then it will wake you up. you don't have to stay up all night. >> that's amazing. >> learn. >> i was just checking on her. hot off the presses, the snu, the smart sleeper. it was created by dr. harvey clark. this is genius. it was developed to help simulate the sounds and the sensations and the movement of babies in the womb. >> she's loving it.
>> you've got to see how she's like going back and forth. >> what's so amazing about this, it adjusts to cry levels. so if the baby cries more, then it is more motion, more sound. when the baby calms, and it is one of the safest sleepers there are because it comes with a built-in swaddle and itsleeper t turn over so it is always in the safest position. >> she looks a little fussy, now look at her face. she's so happy! oh, my gosh. >> so it's just aer genius way to make sure mommy and dadies sleep and babies sleep. >> baby seems happy, too. >> you'll see me throwing this on my back on my way out the studio today. this is a portable travel bed for babies aged 1 to 3. what's so great about it is -- >> i picked this up before. it is really light.
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