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senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. good morning. one week to go. the end of the election in sight, the outcome up in the air. the fbi scrambling to see what's in those newly discovered e-mails. hillary clinton brushing it all off. more e-mails of one of my staffers, by all means, go ahead. >> a lawyer for her top aide reportedly saying huma abedin never used the laptop in question. will we get answers by election day? deadly explosion. a key gasoline pipeline erupts in alabama sparking a massive fire. one worker killed, five others injured. that pipeline now shut down raising fears of a gas shortage. crock attack. a couple swimming in a pool when
guest. the man jumps to safety, then comes to his partner's aid as the crocodile makes a beeline for her. nobody was seriously hurt. and field of dreams? the world series heads back to cleveland. the indians one win from their first championship in 68 years. the cubs hoping to hang on and keep their own historic title hopes alive "today," tuesday, november 1st, 2016. >> announcer: this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning. i know what you're going to be doing on tuesday night. >> going to be watching the game. they call it the fall classic. game time temperature about 68 degrees in cleveland tonight. it is going to be fantastic. i will be groggy in the morning.
>> by the way, that's the man who's going to the game tonight, taking off right after the show. we'll talk and curse al roker in just a little while. let's start with politics though. in one week the polls will be open. let's get right to the state of the race. seven days to go. this morning the fbi is poring through thousands of e-mails found on anthony weiner's laptop looking for any connection to the ongoing investigation into hillary clinton. >> despite that newest e-mail controversy, our newest nbc news/survey monkey online poll six-point lead. >> with time quickly running out, both campaigns are if high gear today. trump has two rallies in states like pennsylvania and wisconsin. clinton makes three stops in florida. she's keeping her powerful surrogates busy as well with president obama, vice president biden and senator bernie sanders all on the campaign trail for her. nbc national correspondent peter alexander starts us off this morning. peter, good morning. >> reporter: matt, savannah, good morning to you. this morning campaign aides tell
go on offense today with a policy speech calling for an end to obamacare. we've learned that investigators made a duplicate of the hard drive from the laptop belonging to anthony weiner and are now poring through it. >> reporter: battered by donald trump's criticism about her latest e-mail issue -- >> what is in those e-mails is absolutely devastating. >> reporter: hillary clinton's now looking to get back on offense, taking aim at trump's alleged coziness with russia. >> donald trump should immediately disclose all of his ties and connections to the kremlin and its associates. >> reporter: after the top senate democrat, harry reid, accused fbi director james comey of having a double standard, for refusing to release "sploes of information" regarding trump's ties to russia, nbc news has learned the fbi has launched a preliminary inquiry into former
manafort's foreign business connections. handwritten records, according to "the new york times," show manafort was to be paid $12.7 million in cash for representing a pro-russian politician in ukraine. while the fbi did not to nbc news' comments for inquiry, a spokesperson for manafort says it is not true. "trump has no knowledge of any of his past or present activities." also attacking the fbi director for a "blatant double standard," the clinton campaign highlighting a cnbc report citing one former federal official who says comey did not want the fbi to be the federal agency disclosing russia's role in recent hacking because he was concerned it could influence the election. donald trump jr. defending comey from clinton's new criticism. >> comey was the greatest guy in the world two, three months ago, now all of a sudden he's terrible and he is a partisan
they just never handed over the evidence they were supposed to hand over. >> reporter: marching into the democratic struggle with michigan, trump inteniied his attacks. >> i have a son named barron. i want to tell you, she is a terrible example for my son and for the children in this country. that i can tell you. >> reporter: this morning the fbi is barely a day and a half into analyzing the thousands of documents found on a laptop belonging to clinton anthony weiner. overnight, abedin's lawyer released a statement saying she never used that laptop but remains forthcoming." >> i am sure they will reach the same conclusion they did when they looked at my e-mails for the last year. there is no case here. >> this morning there is a new poll out from this key
clinton leading donald trump by double digits, 11 points right now. worth noting that much of that poll was completed before the fbi's announcement about its latest e-mail review. as donald trump and mike pence are trying to get more republicans to many could home to the gop ticket, new evidence this morning that at least one republican leader is still staying away. a spokesperson for john kasich telling nbc news that the ohio governor has now filed his ballot absentee writing write john mccain. matt and savannah? >> peter alexander starting us off, thank you. let's bring in steve kornacki and nicolle wallace. nicolle, starting with you. you've been on campaigns and in this position a week to go before election day. do campaigns view that amount of time as an eternity or a nanosecond? >> well, somewhere in between. imhere's how political information is processed.
84 million people watch, sometimes, it is the coverage of said debate and sometimes it is the facebook posts about the coverage about the debate. there is about a 72-hour window for political information to sink in and be processed and be judged. after about thursday or early friday, it is very hard to introduce new arguments into this campaign cycle. >> we are going to look more deeply into our poll with steve in a moment. you can show us what the pre-comey, post-comey but i guess the question is, do you think it dampens the enthusiasm of perhaps republicans who were thinking about holding their nose and voting for hillary clinton? are they now coming home, as donald trump and mike pence are trying to encourage them to do? >> there are some indications. there were some indications that republican voters who had been sort of hold-outs were taking a new look in the final stretch of campaign and maybe coming to the conclusion, at the end of the day, i got to be with my party on this.
whose mind is going to be changed. maybe that's not the right question here as much as it is who is going to be more motivated because of this. i can see that happening for republicans. >> how much does attitude of a candidate come into play now? isn't it true that a candidate in the final days needs to start to project positivity? in other words, a sense that we're doing well, and then perception becomes reality for voters? >> yeah. listen, this may be another one of the bygone traditions of presidential politics. you typically pull your negative you typically turn toward a positive, affirmative message but there's nothing normal about this candidacy. a, i don't know a lot of republicans recognize home with a head lamp and a map. and it speaks to his deficit. i think upwards of 90% of democrats are behind their nominee. he struggled to get beyond 75% of republicans. so it makes an interesting case for the map that he's chosen. he's in states where he is not on offense. he has a big gap.
what is he projecting. >> it wouldn't be a fun political segment if we didn't send steve over to the wall. looking at this tracking poll nbc conducts for survey monkey. >> peter mentioned the headline. 47%-41%. that's where the race stands right now. of course the big question is last week, this is a weekly tracking poll. they're out there every day taking the poll. you can see last week before that announcement from the fbi, they were finding 47%-41% clinton. then two days of a the announcement, 47%-41%. so absolutely no immediate impact in terms of the polling here. bottom not dropping out for hillary clinton as a result. >> i'm going to go way, way out on a limb here. i many and going to suggest that perhaps whether people see the comey letter as a distraction or a significant might fall along party lines. >> you would be amazed to know how divided this country is. first of all, there is the overall question -- is it important or a distraction. slight majority saying important. if you are a democrat, 83% say
complete opposite. if there is a silver lining here for trump at all, if you look at independent voters, they are more likely to say it is important. maybe a bit of an opening there for him. >> steve and nicolle, thank you, as always. let's talk now about a frightening scene in alabama br a gasoline pipeline exploded killing at least one worker. this happened near the site of a rupture back in september that led to gas shortages across the south. this morning that pipeline is shut down nbc's gabe gutierrez has the latest on this. gabe, good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning. several roads here remain blocked off as authorities have managed to contain this fire and are now letting it burn itself out. many analysts and aaa expect that alabama's second major pipeline disruption in less than two months could mean higher prices at the month. >> oh, my god, it is growing so fast. >> reporter: this morning, authorities in alabama are
this massive explosion might impact the nation's gas supply, the blast sending flames and thick smoke soaring over shelby county. >> we're going to evacuate the command area. >> reporter: firefighters rushed to contain the blaze as it burned dozens of acres in an area already plagued by severe drought. >> chief, i'm going to need three engines, 1,000 gallons onboard. >> reporter: overnight colonial, the company that owns the pipeline, confirmed one worker was killed, five others they were using hit the gas line igniting the fire. eyewitness larry garner was among the first on the scene and saw one worker covered in flames. >> picked up one man that was working down there and brought him up there and washed the gas off of him, send him on to the hospital. >> reporter: the explosion happened just miles from the site of a pipeline leak just a few weeks ago. that incident caused gas shortages and sent pump prices
line stretches from texas to new york harbor supplying 40% of the east coast fuel. overnight colonial said our deepest condolences go out tonight to the family and friends of the person who was lost. >> our crews are moving here now to set up an incident and command post and will be responding to all the resources available to them. but in any kind of situation like this, you can never feel comfortable until it is over. >> reporter: that pipeline remains shut down. it is unclear for how lo overnight, gasoline futures rose significantly in overnight trading. again, analysts expect that could mean higher prices at the pump for a large swath of the country in the coming weeks. >> gabe gutierrez, thank you. now to a halloween night tragedy. it happened in rural mississippi. two children and one adult were killed, several others suffered life threatening injuries when a truck plowed into a halloween hayride. this happened in newton county
trailer being pulled by another vehicle. it is unclear what caused this crash and so far, police say there have been no arrests. we are hearing for the first time the voice of omar mateen, the gunman responsible for the largest mass shooting in u.s. history. orlando police released new audio recordings on monday from the pulse nightclub massacre that occurred back on june 12th. on the chilling 911 tapes, mateen explains to a police crisis negotiators his reasons behind the deadly right now so i can get you some help? >> no. because you have to tell america to stop bombing syria and iraq. they are killing a lot of innocent people. >> a s.w.a.t. team swarmed in about three hours after the initial 911 call. they killed mateen. in all, 49 victims were killed, 53 wounded. a judge will now decide whether to release more than 200 other calls recorded during that rampage.
strike in philadelphia could have a big effect on election day. more than 100 workers walked off the job after not reaching a contract agreement. subway, bus and trolley service were brought to a halt. with election day just one week allay, they may seek an injunction to force striking workers back on the job if no resolution by next anticipation is high in cleveland and chicago for tonight's pivotal game six of the world series. the indians have a chance to close things out and win their first title in 68 years. they could do it at home. for the cubs, it is a must-win to force game seven. nbc's ron mott is at progressive field in cleveland. ron, good morning. >> reporter: hey, matt, good morning to you. fans here in cleveland are pretty confident about their team's chances going into game six tonight with this 3-2 games
quite ready to concede just yet. pressure on these teams is enormous. the anguish, the anxiety, the anticipation. this world series has been exhilarating and exhausting for fans of both clubs. narrowly missing a three-game sweep of the cubs at wrigley field to take the crown, the tribe's back home in cleveland on a quest -- win one and it's done. >> it's been a long time. >> it couldn't be a better match-up. >> reporter: sean latell is holding out hope. is there any one team more deserving than this thing? >> absolutely the cubs. >> reporter: naturally, the indians are the talk of the town ahead tonight's game six. one caller after another on sports talk radio virtually certain a championship is headed their way. another cleveland champ, lebron james, tweeting -- one more, boys. and historyis on their side. the last team to battle back 3-1
the 1979 pittsburgh pirates. only five clubs in baseball history have ever done it, home or away. still, the cubs are focused yet loose. team president theo ebbstein handing out candy. manager joe maddon showing up to work in this, while their smallest fans scribble well wishes on the bricks outside wrigley. meantime, indians super fan, 104-year-old emily known simply at nana, is gearing up yet again guys. >> i want them to steal more bases. >> reporter: ticket prices for tonight's game, a home run for sellers. stubhub says average price for a resold ticket, $1,400. the high, $11,000. and the prices only go up from there for game seven, if there is is a game seven. >> you are going to fly out to cleveland after the show.
i got to do it. it's hard to believe how warm it's actually going to be for this game. we're talking about game six tonight. 69 degrees november 1st in cleveland. if there is a game seven, we've got some late game showers and a temperature possibly of 70 degrees! that's crazy. wide, big area of high pressure pushes the jet stream up to the north. you have this strong high pushing that warm air up into the midwest. we'v g warm streaks going. new orleans, three days in a row of record-breaking temps. atlanta, three days and the hits just keep coming. could set a record today in atlanta. montgomery, mobile, new orleans and birmingham. as we move into the upper in i had west, cincinnati, 82. louisville could see a record. same with nashville and memphis. it stretches out west as well from roswell, little rock, on into wichita.
>> and that's your latest weather. >> all right, al, thank you very much. just ahead -- donald trump and hillary clinton going nuclear. raging battle over who you should trust with america's security. and are you too trusting when you hop into one of those ride sharing services like uber or lyft? why police say that driver may not be who you think. but first on a tuesday morning, this is "today" on nbc. russ feingold voiceover: as i travel to all 72 counties - knocking on doors, talking to folks - what i hear
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morning after halloween. no candy coma for our energetic ow >> and my kids excluded. we'll be outside saying hi to those people in a couple of minutes. inside our studio, here is a look at the headlines this morning. overnight, iraqi troops trying to take back mosul from isis entered that city for the first time in more than two years. officials tell us they're being met with heavy resistance now from isis fighters and are facing what could be difficult house-to-house fighting. during a late night rally, hillary clinton tried to throw cold water on the fbi's review of those newly discovered
her use of a private server. >> if they want to look at some more e-mails of one of my staffers, by all means, go ahead. look at them. and i know they will reach the same conclusion they reached when they looked at my e-mails last year. meantime, the fbi has launched a preliminary inquiry into donald trump's former campaign manager. it is focused on his foreign business connections. and our latest nbc news/survey monkey online poll that was conducted before and after the comey announcement shows her maintaining a six-point lead over trump. that is virtually unchanged since last week. in "today's campaign moment," a changing of the guard on social media. the white house has just announced that when president obama leaves office, he will also leave behind the @potus twitter account and hand it over to his successor. that person will inherent the
president obama, meanwhile, will get a new account called @potus44. similar new accounts will also be created for the first lady and the vice president. in the meantime, the clinton campaign is out with a new ad. in the last week of the race. it is raising some eyebrows. nbc's hallie jackson has more on that. hallie, good morning to you. >> reporter: hi there, matt, good morning. with just seven days to go, hillary clinton's trying to hammer home her argument that donald trump is simply too dangerous to be commander in chief by referencing one most famous and scariest political ads ever, an ad the trump campaign is brushing off as just a distraction from, they say, clinton's own controversies. >> reporter: an already-explosive campaign now going nuclear in a manner of speaking. >> bomb the [ bleep ] out of them. >> one, two -- >> reporter: clinton team turning to this black and white ad from the height of the cold
attack that's now part of a new on-air war. clinton playing off perhaps the most famous presidential ad of all time. it starred this little girl, then just 3 years old. >> this was me in 1964. the fear of nuclear war that we had as children, i never thought our children would ever have to deal with that again. >> reporter: now if the final week of the campaign, clinton trying to capitalize on the concern some have of trump being in the her message on tv, on stage this week -- >> even the prospect of an actual nuclear war doesn't seem to bother donald trump. good luck. enjoy yourselves, folks, was what he had to say about a potential nuclear conflict. >> reporter: here's what donald trump actually said to cnn if had march about more u.s. allies getting more nuclear weapons. >> we're better off, frankly, if south korea is going to start to correct itself.
>> reporter: with msnbc's chris matthews. >> i would never take any of my cards off the table. >> how about europe? >> i'm not going to take it off the table. >> reporter: but a month later, he told matt and savannah heren on "today" -- >> i would be the last to use nuclear weapons. it is a horror to use nuclear weapons. >> reporter: the trump campaign calling clinton's new ad is sad and pathetic attempt to change the subject away from the criminal investigation into her illegal e-mail server. some trump supporters insisting it's clinton who's actually more like this man who remembers the original lbj ad. >> it is a very powerful thing. >> do you think this is equally as powerful for hillary clinton? >> i think it is just another one of her tricks. >> reporter: so, what do the numbers show? our latest nbc news/"wall street journal" poll shows more people believe clinton would be a better commander in chief than trump. 52%-32%. we should note -- that poll was taken before friday's fbi e-mail
savannah? >> hallie jackson, thank you. to other news this morning. embattled comedian bill cosby, he heads back to court today for a key hearing tied to the sexual assault allegations tied to him. stephanie gosk is outside the courthouse in pennsylvania this morning. >> reporter: good morning. cosby is back here for what is the first round of pre-trial hearings. he will once again argue that the sexual assault charges against him be thrown out. his lawyers will say that was an unconstitutional delay in those charges. among their other arguments, that the 79-year-old is nearly blind and the victim of racism. bill cosby's lawyers now say their client is legally blind and that his memory is fading. making it impossible to defend himself against charges that he drugged and molested andrea constandat his pennsylvania home in 2004.
testify in the case to establish what prosecutors call a pattern of behavior dating back to the '60s. in court documents, the defense argues mr. cosby cannot even determine whether he is ever even seen some of his accusers, let alone develop defenses. cosby has never been charged with any crimes based on their accusations and denies the claims. in a motion filed late monday, the defense said the 13 women in question are unreliable and failed to demonstrate a signature pattern of the defense also believes cosby is a victim of racism. in court documents, lawyers argue that when the at least 50 women accusing cosby of sexual assault or misconduct started coming forward, the public jumps into a mob willing to believe unsubstantiated decades-old allegations against an african-american citizen. >> he taught an absolute generation of americans to trust in america, that trust in america regardless of who you are, where you are from or the
courts and the media will treat you fairly and with decency. that trust has been shaken. >> what about us black women whom he sexually violated? >> reporter: we interviewed this cosby accuser, millie bernard, and read her parts of the recent court documents. >> they say this is "a highly publicized crusade against mr. cosby." bernard accuses cosby of drugging and raping her three times in the early '90s when she guest starred on "the cosby show." sheer and cosby denies the accusations. >> he is paralleling my holding him accountable for his drugging and raping me to his being a victim of racism to his being a victim of a modern day lynching. what that does is it denigrates the souls of the real heroes in the civil rights movement. >> reporter: bernard is not among the 13 women who may be called to testify. nbc news has learned from court documents and the witnesses themselves that at least two of
mostly white accusers were chosen to trigger racist sensibilities in the jury. bernard diees. >> what is keeping bill cosby out of jail is not the color of his skin. it is the power. it is his monetary worth. >> reporter: you can expect the prosecution to make a similar argument today in court. they will say that there has not been an unconstitutional delay and that cosby has used his fame and fortune to, in their words, "cover up his crimes." savannah. >> stephanie gosk at the courthouse for us, thank you. let us get another check of the weather from mr. roker. >> things a little unsettled out in the midwest. we're already seeing showers in the upper great lakes and some snow into canada. a weak frontal system is pushing through hand a low pressure will develop along that later this afternoon. overnight look for storms to develop through iowa, then pushing on into parts of northern illinois, including chicago, by late in the afternoon tomorrow.
case there is some late inning activity on thursday for the game. they could see some showers. rainfall amounts generally about one to two inches, but we're basically looking at about a half-inch, stretching from missouri all the way on up into >> and check that weather any time you need it. go to the weather channel on cable. >> all right, al, thank you. just ahead on "trending," the one song they say you should
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we had so much fun yesterday throwing it back to the '90s for halloween. this tweet caught our attention -- carson daly dressed as himself from trl is the best part of my day. halloween peaked at 8:00 a.m. >> it was so much fun, guys. here we are just representing what a great decade the '90s. i mean look at this guy who played bryant gumbel. that >> uncanny. >> uncanny, al. looking good. look at this picture right here. you can't honestly tell who's who. matt lauer won halloween. best from daniel, we agree. urkel. there are so many great comments on social media. here's our own charlie. what a great shot this is.
everybody started flooding our facebook page of pictures of their pets also dressed as beanie babies. thank you for sending those in. things changed from day to tonight. my wife siri yesterday. by night we grabbed our kids. eating a banana and a monkey. can we talk about vail, savannah? i mean, this is the great artist. tell us more. >> in her preschool she's just 2 but they actually learned about the artist. i thought this is going to make all parents at school laugh. i think it did. she's really into it. >> she went trick-or-treating with jenna bush hager's daughter, mila, who was a little doughnut right there. >> poppy was a doughnut hole. >> poppy was a doughnut hole. >> we had a grer lower back pain sufferers, the search for relief often leads...
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. it's 8:00 coming up, one week and counting as the candidates sprint to the finish line, hillary clinton and donald trump spar over the fbi examining e-mails once again. >> hey, this is just what we need. ju >> and i am sure they will reach the same conclusion they did when they looked at my e-mails for the last year. there is no case here. >> but have voters already made up their minds? plus adele opens up, the british superstar gets personal in a candid new interview talking about drinking, parenting and her battle with postpartum depression. and a soldier's surprise. >> this looks hard.
>> i can tell when i'm being hustled. do i want to play? jay leno takes an american hero for the ride of a lifetime. >> so the worst part is over now? >> yeah, regardless of what goes on, i've dealt with the worst of what my life is going to be. there's nothing i can't overcome. >> and leaves her with a gift she won't soon forget. today tuesday, november 1st, 2016. ? ? >> good morning, friends and family in texas. we made it on the "today" show. >> hello. >> rise and shine, memphis, tennessee. whoo. ? ? >> from sweet home alabama. >> mom and daughter celebrating our birthday on "today." whoo!
welcome back to "today." it's tuesday morning, it's a chilly one. 1st of november. can you believe it? >> that's right. of course that always mean the return of a scruffy tradition around here, we guys are tossing the razors once again and kicking off no shave today. >> or for carson that means normal day. >> this year we've partnered up with dr. oz to take a closer look at important issues affecting men's health so together we commissioned a great survey more than a thousand guys of men only go to their doctor when they have some kind of symptoms. they don't go just to prevent illness and disease. we're going to talk about that and much more with dr. oz in a little while. >> tomorrow warren batey are join us, we will talk about his first movie in 15 years, writing directing and starring in "rules don't apply." we will talk about the movie, his break from hollywood and
took a break from hollywood, best reason ever, he's loving his life. >> that's a really good reason. now let's get a check of the mornings top stories. here is the news at 8:00. we begin with election day now just one week away. i'm kristen welker in dade city, florida. hillary clinton maintaining her national lead over donald trump according to our latest nbc news survey monkey online poll which shows clinton topping trump 47 to 41% but s still concerned about that fbi probe now aiming to go on offense. at a get out the vote rally in ins is naet hillary clinton aiming to get back on track and back on message energy niezing her supporters against donald trump. >> you know the best way to stop him, by showing up with the biggest turnout in history. >> reporter: still, facing the new e-mail controversy head on by escalating her attack against fbi director james comey.
tell you this, if they want to look at some more e-mails of one of my staffers, by all means, go ahead, look at them and i know they will reach the same conclusion they reached when they looked at my e-mails last year. right? >> reporter: that staffer, long time aide huma abedin is the estranged wife of anthony weiner whose computer contained the e-mails in question. she is off the trail working out of the campaign's headquarters in anthony weiner. >> reporter: making a play for michigan monday a traditionally blue state where he's trailing trump capitalizing on the 11th hour political gift. saying if she wins she will be dogged by investigations. >> if hillary is elected she will be under protracted criminal investigation likely followed by the trial of a sitting president. this is just -- hey, this is just what we need. just what we need.
e-mails, not authenticated by nbc news and released by wikileaks which seem to know donna brazile the interim head of the democratic national economy and cnn contributor tipping off the clinton campaign about a debate question before her network's debate. >> who cares about donna brazile. who cares? what i care about is hillary clinton gets the questions to a debate. that's a big deal. she is a terrible example for my son and for the children in this >> reporter: meanwhile another development involving the fbi, law enforcement and intelligence sources tell nbc news the fbi has been conducting a preliminary inquiry of donald trump's former campaign manager falling manafort and his foreign business connections including what some analysts call disturbing ties to two russian olagarks. manafort telling nbc news none of it's true. there is no investigations going
of. and this morning the clinton campaign accusing director comey of a double standard for not discussing trump's possible ties to russia. as for huma abedin, no word on when she will be back on the campaign trail, but in a statement her lawyer says, quote, while the fbi has not contacted us about this, miss abedin will continue to be as she always has been, forthcoming and cooperative. secretary clinton has three stops in florida today, donald trump starts his day in pennsylvania with a speech about obamacare. matt. breaking news out of maryland where officials are investigating a horrifying crash this morning. at least three people were killed, many others injured when a school bus and city bus collided in southwest baltimore, collapsing much of the front of the school bus and tearing off the driver's side of the city's bus. emergency vehicles are on the scene caring for people along the side of the road. now to alabama and concerns about the nation's gas supply.
rocked a crucial gas pipeline, killed one worker and injured five others. having equipment ruptured the gas line that started the fire and the pipeline is now put down. this happened a few miles have the site of a pipeline leak in september, that incident led to gas shortages and higher prices throughout the southeast. coming up jay leno is here, he is joining us for trending and he has a great surprise for a wounded warrior to share. >> always happy to see jay. escape from a pool when a large crocodile suddenly dives in. and dr. oz helps us raise awareness of important men's health issues as our month of no-shave today gets under way.
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you're going to talk about a great surprise in a second, as always we like to have you pitching in on trending today. are you ready? jay, what would you do if you found yourself in a situation like this. take a look at the monitors, happened at a pool at a hotel in zimbabwe, a six foot crocodile comes up to the edge and jumps in. did you see what the guy did? the guy jumped right out of that pool leaving the woman behind to somewhat fend for herself. >> honey, life preserver. >> when i first heard this story i said this is a crock. >> there it is. >> apparently looks like she got bitten once or twice or whatever and it's not entirely clear whether the guy who comes around to the side of the pool to help her is the guy -- is the same guy. >> -- who got out of the pool in the first place. >> i heard earlier this same crocodile was arrested as a phoney uber driver. so this apparently --
>> jay leno, ladies and gentlemen. >> he watches the show. the croc that matched the photo. >> do you think maybe the guy got an earful. >> maybe. >> you wanted to go to zimbabwe. >> a lot of us like to listen to music to destress. there is one song in particular that was found to reduce people's stress levels by take a listen. ? >> this is making me nervous. ? >> you look stressed, jay. >> this song is called "weightless" by an english band. experts say part of the reason it's so relaxing is there is no melody so your brain is not bothered with trying to find a pattern. >> i need a 30-minute long version of this long. >> is there? >> yeah. >> it's nice.
minutes. >> is it really a song if there is no melody, it's just more like music. >> it's really annoying is what it is. it's annoying. >> its the only song that's in every ripped anybody off. >> it just sounds like -- it sounds like an excedrin commercial. sounds like an excedrin commercial. >> what is your go-to relaxation song? >> you know, i like silence. i turn it off and i read. my god, it is so nice when it is quiet. we live in a world of -- even when you think there is no when i go in my house, shut the door -- this is actually quite pleasant. >> you know, i like an amy grant song. you know the song, "better than a hallelujah"? >> that's nice. >> that does sound nice. >> lionel richie. "easy." >> who let the dogs out. >> anything reggae.
? don't worry about a thing ?? >> you were laughing at me earlier. "harvest moon" by neil young. you didn't know i had this '70s re-trip thing going on. >> if i hear sinatra sing "summerwind." >> how does it go? >> how does it go? oh, you hurt me. >> oh, that's nice. when you first said that this morning, i w ? summer breeze makes me feel fine ? ? blowing out the castles in my mind ?? >> my mother's from scotland. bagpipes always has been an emotional thing for me. "amazing grace" kind of puts things in perspective. >> "who let the dogs out," "amazing graze." >> carson.
heidi klum is known as the queen of halloween. over the years she's been everything from jessica rabbit, an old woman. she was the human body one year. this year heidi decided to go as herself and herself and herself and herself and herself. five heidi klums. clones with her. to her annual halloween party here in new york. they all stepped out of a giant made in germany box. the women had prosthetics added to their faces to make them look just like >> wow. next to adele and why she says her newer songs may not be as good as her older ones. adele opening up in vanitity fair magazine about the topics like how she copes with postpartum depression. after the baby she drinks a lot less. basically she says she seeks an outsider's perspective but i'll never write the ones that are on the studio album "21" because
"a drunk tongue is an honest one." that's a tattoo waiting to happen. this issue of "vanity fair" hits newsstands on tuesday. finally, "glamour" giving us the coveted women of the year issue. gwen stefani defining this year's theme of shattering the ceiling. others are simone biles, first ever man of the year g bono for his being outspoken champion for women's rights. "glamour" hands out those awards on the 14th of november. that next morning our own natalie morales will give us a great back-stage look at the ceremony. for full list check it out at today.com. >> the woman has stood up to isis. what do i have to do to win this award? you're fighting isis.
award? really. >> she's won at many. >> the real reason jay is going to be here, he has a great story coming up involving a wounded warrior. >> yeah. it really is a good story. it is really -- these people never cease to amaze me. you know? they really are. there's no greatest generation. every generation that fights is great. you will a he see what we do. >> we'll share that story after we get a check of the weather
>> and that is your latest weather. al, thank you very much. let us compliment this guy because is he too modest to do it himself. this is a guy who has cared about our troops. you have spent years speaking about them. you've spent years traveling to entertain them. >> jay always gets to know individual soldiers and really kind of bonds with them. i know you have a really great story for us this morning. >> specialist stephanie moore was stationed at bagram air force base in afghanistan when she was wounded. she spe medical centerpiecing her life back together. i spent a few hours with her to learn that, heroes are, well, they're just born after the dust has settled, so to speak. take a look. >> reporter: specialist stephanie moore are just exchanged birthday gifts with a roommate when the grenades hit. >> two rpgs came in back to back. i was on the ground and i seen
>> reporter: she wrapped her present, a mickey mouse blanket, around her best friend to stop the bleeding. >> it was something you never want to see. your own child just laying flat in that bed with tubes and blood everywhere. it was just -- it was too much. >> it was the day that she lived and they didn't. it was a asleep in one country, and woke up in another. and it was the day that she looked down and her body wasn't the same. >> reporter: she spent the next three years at walter reed fighting to save her leg. >> how do you push forward when you were the only survivor and the other four were kia? >> reporter: slowly through the sport she once loved, stephanie found her way back.
surgeries, she had had enough. on july 4th, doctors amputated stephanie's leg. you always hear about the greatest generation but you realize every generation that fights is really the greatest generation. if i can do something to help her or just make her smile or laugh, hey, i've done my job. i hope. how are you? >> jay leno. >> how you doing? what's going on? i'm guessing that's stephanie. hi, stephanie. how you doing? >> how are you? >> this looks hard. >> you want to play? >> i could tell when i'm being hustled. do i want to play. yeah. >> put your feet back. >> back here. >> if somebody clip them, you might end up like me. >> you guys play hard. >> reporter: though i obviously have no game, we do have one thing in common -- we both like to go fast. >> we can race in wheelchairs and see who is the fastest. >> okay, sure. hey! no cheating!
hare. all right, ready to do some real wheels? >> yeah. >> i'll take you for a drive. >> y'all crazy. >> it is a beautiful day. >> reporter: i had a great heart to heart as we cruised through virginia along the banks of the potomac. so the part is over now? >> yeah. regardless of what goes on, i've dealt with the worst of the to be. there's nothing i can't overcome. >> you want to give this thing a try? >> sure. >> okay. >> now i'm not saying i'm going to be a good driver, but -- >> step on it. go, baby, go! floor it! floor it! >> so how many cars do you have? >> oh, boy, you sound like my wife. about 150. >> 150 cars?
>> i'm probably that way with shoes. >> well, there you go. how many shoes you got? >> 70 pair. >> 70! >> yeah. >> we covered a lot of ground on our little road trip. stephanie is studying to become a nurse. she is engaged to be married. and she missed her mom back in ohio. >> if i would have known you would be here, maybe i would have flew her down here. >> yeah. that would have been cool. all right, mt. vernon, half a mile. time for a little history le >> you never been here, huh? >> no. >> this is your commander in chief's house. this is where washington sat. as a soldier, what do you feel like? >> my heart is beating a little fast, actually, just me sitting up here. it's like dream come true, actually. >> yeah. so much history. you've never seen this memorial,
>> no. >> the purple heart was originated by george washington himself and you've got one. >> i do. >> i mean that's pretty impressive. >> it's really like just bittersweet. >> yeah, i know. i know what you mean. you certainly deserve it. how you doing. you all right? come on, i got one other thing for you. let's go i'll show you the real reason i brought you down here. >> reporter: there's one more surprise for stephanie. we brought her mom, brother and nephew in from ohio. >> come on! >> hey, marcus, what do you think of that car? >> jay will let you drive. >> i tell you what, marcus, aunt
thanks for your service. >> that's not funny. >> that's your car. >> no. >> it's your car. >> thank you. >> the folks at fiat chrysler gave us that little fiat spider and they paid all the taxes. we outfitted it with controls so she could drive with her other foot. but she is getting a pretty soon. >> amazing. >> she wanted the sports car. i thought should we get her something to carry a wheelchair? no. we gave her the sports car. >> gosh. >> absolutely beautiful. >> thank you so much. >> she's just a wonderful -- you know, walter reed's filled with them. pick any one at random and they all got a great story. >> they're the best of our country. jay, thank you. i know you will be back in our next hour. >> darn you, leno! >> i know.
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"no-shave today" because it is november. this whole month, when you see us getting scruffy, this is to raise awareness for men's health. dr. oz is here to talk about one of the most sensitive topics a lot men deal with. he'll share some surprising results from our state of men 2016 survey. >> sensitive topics? i'm interested. also ahead, some lasting impressions. dana carvey is here. he'll weigh in on the election. do we need a l >> we certainly do. we are already getting into the holiday spirit. we're going to show you some great items that you are going to find at a neiman marcus catalog. for our viewers, we'll tell you how you can get hundreds of items at a big discount just for our people. >> santa rolls. >> santa bringing it in strong. how about a check of the weather?
>> matt? >> all right, al. thank you very much. as we mentioned this morning, we're launching no shave today to raise awareness for men's health. we're going to be growing out our facial hair throughout the month of november. we've also partnered with dr. oz to highlight some important issues. first up, testicular cancer. dr. oz, good morning. let's get it out of the way right off the bat. people hear testicular cancer. men, they get embarrassed with be they don't want to talk ba it. it deals with they are uncomfortable about. i think 55% of men say this embarrasses them. >> i get it. i tell my patients all the time, you got to be the expert on your body. men shy away, this is an awkward part of the body, things you don't talk about. take a peek at this interesting video. you'll enjoy this. >> it can be pretty hard to get a man's attention.
which is a pretty big deal. so we've taken the liberty of incorporating some guy stuff in this video to keep you interested. here's three easy steps to check yourself for testicular cancer at home. first, go in the shower. because the steam will relax your scrotum. next, hold each testicle in your hand one at a time between your fingers and your thumbs. feel for h smooth or rounded bumps on one side but not the other. if you found any of those or notice a change in size, see your doctor. now you know how to take your health into your own hands. literally. >> that's brilliant. >> put the car in there for jay. >> little slam dunk as well. that's great. 88% of men in our survey that we conducted if conjunction with you said they know they should
>> 1 in 5 men are admitting that they don't really know what to do and how to do it. thus, the psa. but it is bigger than that. the fact of the ma earth is we're embarrassed because these are sexual organs. things that have to do with basic bodily function we don't get into. this whole month is about taking care of yourself so you are there for your family. >> what age should men start checking themselves doing self-examinations. >> at around cancer is incredibly curable. my opinion is start at age 15. many medical societies agree. at least through the next two decades of life. all the good behaviors we adapt we start when we're young. get in the shower and collection it out. >> if you can find this early, incredibly curable especially if it stays localized. >> men are a little clueless on this stuff. we really are intimidated and embarrassed and we shouldn't be.
opening it up to get people a bit more comfortable. >> a good way to remember this is when you see us growing our hair out and looking scruffy, terrible, think i should be doing a self-examination for testicular cancer or prostate cancer, colon cancer. get screened for that. that's what the purpose of the month is. >> it's what a real man does. we put some manly things in the video. mentally take control. it is your destiny. >> carson is i with more. thanks, matt. to help us kick off our no shave today, mark hedstrom is raising money for men's health charities. good to have you here. thanks so much. you guys do a lot of great work. what specifically -- what specific charities are you raising money for? >> we raise money for the
we are in 21 countries around the world. we've raised $710 million in 13 years. this is our 13th campaign. >> when people see the mustache, the whole idea of this was for what? for mustache to just be a reminder? >> it is a reminder -- i have a terrible mustache about ten days in. but the point is to start a conversation about men's health. when you see a guy on the street with a ten-day old you'll start asking a question or they become walking, talking billboards for are men's health. >> mark, thanks so much. we'll be growing our beards and mustaches out this month. if you are, too, send your photos using this hashtag "no-shave today" of course their hashtag is movember. mark, good luck this month. thank you. coming up next, dana carvey is about to leave some lasting impressions on all of us. but first, this is "today"
we're back now at 8:39 with another installment of "lasting impressions." with dana carvey, just one week to go before the election. you just happen to have a great netflix special this friday. >> don't you love the pharmacy? don't you love the social dynamic of the pharmacy? i just love it. you go in there, everyone's uptight. you know the white lab coat is dipping into whatever they got back there. there's always an old guy off to the side who's clearly been there all day. did my doctor call? they always know his name because he's there so much. no, bill, he didn't call. try the blood pressure machine again. that's always fun. >> dana, welcome back. >> did dr. oz see that? >> he just walked out of the studio. >> that's wrong! feel free to laugh. >> you've been joining us
are you finishing strong or are you limping across the finish line? >> i'm like everyone else. it is like a film that will never end. the clintons, what they had was just calm bill down to limp to the finish line. when she started fainting, remember when he went on charlie rose and the more he tried to defend her, the bigger hole he dug? literally. it's not even a bit. charlie, i'll tell you, she does faint a lot. she does. she keels over like that. thing and she's kind of thick in the bum and thigh which i find adorable. she's built like a little top. if there was some humidity, it's like timber time. i just try to catch her. like stop him! please! >> what does trump need to say to try to woo last-minute voters, especially millennials? >> it will be nasty ombre wall. goodnight.
supposed to become presidential. it never happened. the only thing -- i've spent the year trying to figure out the appeal of donald trump. and he's a blunt force instrument. so like if your cause is global warming and are you going to the conference, who would you rather have with you than donald trump? he would be like, you know, you stupid countries, okay? you're very, very stupid. okay? you're spewing all this stuff in the air, the air's get egg hot, the grass is getting hot, ouch, ouch, ouch, ouch. i will be so good with global i'll solve global warming. i'll make co2 pay for it. i can promise you that. i know how to make glaciers. okay, matt? i can make a lot of glaciers. i'll take all the ice from the trump hotel. that's a lot of ice,ky tell you that. i would put it on the carnival cruise ships. i know these people. they're friends of mine. okay? so that's trump. that's why the people who love him love him and the undecideds
>> let me switch subject. yesterday was halloween. i thought i saw you out trick-or-treating last night. were you dressed as jay leno? >> oh, yeah, i was. yeah. can i get some candy? quick impression. jaylen know stubbing his toe. it's not a problem. just walking along. >> i saw you as jerry seinfeld. what is wrong with you people! sorry, feel free. it is free. >> if you saw me as seinfeld and bryant was doing that, you must have seen kathie lee as regis. >> when she was doing regis and regis was gelman, it was like 20 minutes long live television. and she was so good. ready for this, and they kept cutting to regis. i think he fell asleep twice during the thing. i've got a line every nine minutes.
ky get a cookie or something? hello, everybody. they were very game. >> last time you were here you regaled us with your microimpression. >> i like these quick-hit impressions. this is bernie sanders as a cross walk guard. don't proceed. don't proceed. the system is rigged. don't proceed. don't oc let's see. those are three i thought you'd like. here's george bush sr. afraid to go off the high dive. >> where does that come up? >> it just fits. here it is. camera, you all right? here. george bush sr. afraid to go off the high dive. what time is it? okay, here we go. all right. gotta go. here we are. looking down. looking down.
it's so wrong, it's right. now my first microimpression -- this goes for the boomers. this goes way back. this is my very first one. it was katharine hepburn trying to start her car. i'll see you in a minute. i've got to get going. here we go. i must have flooded it. it's a meta joke. the idea that you go -- okay, here's my last one for you. this is one of my all-time favorite journalists. tom brokaw asking where is the library in spanish. [ speaking spanish ]
>> i can do bill clinton eating a peach. >> real quickly. >> oh, this is so sweet. everything sounds sexual when bill says it. by the way, anthony weiner was the only time the premise was the joke in my entire career. anthony weiner tweeted his wiener. that's all you got to know. >>ho wants to have dana carvey back after election? have a cocktail and ride the wave. >> the netflix special, "dana carvey." starting in january, catch him in the residency at the foundry in las vegas. >> hello! up next, holiday gift ideas big and small from the neiman marcus christmas club. but first, this is "today"
we do not waste any time around here. we are jumping from halloween right to christmas. to kick off the holiday season right, it really is that
time of year, the annual neiman marcus christmas book, fantasy gifts. we always love dreaming. good morning. happy holiday! i guess it is cold, it feels like the holidays. we are starting with a little bit of an island theme. the lot. >> tell us about this awesome ride. >> these are the his and her gifts this year and they -- the cars are $65,000 a piece. his comes with the matching swim trunks. >> does not come with the guy. >> the ken doll >> then hers comes with this beautiful caftan.
towels. >> it is very palm beach. >> can you tell us how much they cost? >> $65,000 each. >> this is to dream. thank you so much. >> it is a fantasy. >> it is. next we have for the literary types. >> wait a minute. i'm kind of picturing vail paging through these children's books. >> or eating them. >> these are -- collection of 36 original caldecott winners. we have six of them here. >> original edition of the books. >> yes. >> wow. >> either the original edition or early printing. some of them are signed. for example, "make way for ducklings" is signed. >> wow. >> we have the whole collection of 36 different ones that range from 1938 all the way to 2015. >> should we ask about the price on this one?
do remember with each of our fantasy gifts, a portion of the proceeds goes to benefit the heart of neiman marcus foundation which supports education for youth. >> you have obviously gotten to the table with gifts you cannot afford. >> gifts aren't as tall as me. >> talk about this, the grammy package. >> first of all, you get two tickets to the grammys. you get the ladies this. two $1,000 gift certificates to knee mans. this incredible guitar is a gift from les paul reissued from '59. this is completely worth the price of a ticket. it is all for the grammy foundation. a ticket to the clive davis's night before party.
attack live. you guys do it every morning. >> you have a brand-new elegance, "the art of elegance." >> yes, it is number two, hanging in there after five weeks. broadway, too. >> she has an eye for bling. i'll explain. what's next here? >> this is a trip to england for eight people and you get to spend the night in -- two nights in each of that people have not normally spent the night in. it looks like "downton abbey." this is where winston churchill was raised. you get to spend the night in those homes. >> butler and maid service? >> not necessarily. but you do get a gourmet meal at every place. >> what is this?
the floor. i'm in. >> every year we do a car, as you know. this is the q-60 infinity that's done for us in a special mica gold color. solar mica is the name. white leather interiors, matching weekender bag. all sorts of things. >> how much? >> $63,000. >> can we go to the table? these are all available to our "today" show viewers for a discount. >> we are doing 20% discount for not just these gifts on this table but also a couple hundred more. >> what do you have? >> it's going to be 20% discount for "today" show viewers. if you just go to todayshow.com -- today.com. thank you. >> what are some highlights here
>> the fur masks, eye masks are always good. >> the popcorn! >> the popcorn's always good. everybody always loves it. we've got a season full of socks for every season. this turtle nail is a lot of fun. >> ginger, you got us in the holiday spirit. >> good. >> thank you. >> kristin, thanks. >> best of luck with everything. >> go to these discounts. but first, this is "today" on nbc. there's a new medicare plan in town. one where personal customer service is much more than just words. hello, milwaukee. we're network health. and this is an actual member event where some of our 63,000 medicare members are getting to meet the friendly voices on the other end of the phone, in person.
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feed an entire community. a great program helping girls become strong leaders. and halloween is over let the count down begin to thanksgiving. why a giant turkey will be trotting around town today ? ? [ music ] ? ? ? ? no makeup today how long did you wear it yesterday? our pop art makeup i took off before i went to the grocery store. >> 10:00 p.m. >> no way you wore it out?