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rain, moisture in the air. rob's going to keep tabs of that. that's what's happening today in the bay. we're back at 7:25 with a local news update. >> have a great tuesday. an american is dead, more than a dozen others wounded after a gunman opens fire at a military base in afghanistan. the latest from the pentagon this morning. atlanta-bound. the second american ebola patient arrives in the united states today. we get new details about the never-before-used drug used on both of them. could it be hel used to help st the outbreak. >> get out! get out! >> flash flooding near las vegas washes away cars leading to this dramatic rescue.
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while two wildfires threaten hundreds of homes in california. and an entire town is told to be ready to evacuate. we're live at the scene. and drama at sea. a group of people had to abandon ship. we'll show you the rescue, as it was videoed. we'll show you today. august 5, 2014. >> from nbc news this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" it's it's 7:00 a.m. on the west coast. tuesday morning. a tragic story to tell you about out of afghanistan. another deadly insider attack at a base just west of kabul. let's get to the pentagon and
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jim miklaszewski. >> reporter: at least one high-ranking american military official was killed in in attack, sudden attack at this training base for afghan soldiers in kabul. according to official, the americans along with german allies had gathers with afghans at this base for some kind of event or meeting when suddenly, one of the afghan soldiers, at least somebody dressed like an afghan soldier opened fire with an automatic weapon. as many as 12 were seriously wounded. right now, the death toll stands at one senior high-ranking military official killed. according to officials we're talking about here at the pentagon, some of the wounds are so severe that that death toll is likely to rise. >> i have to ask you. there was a time we were talking about the insider attacks all the time. it seemed like it was a downward trend.
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this is a disturbing tre ining different direction. >> reporter: there were steps taken to put the americans in a safer position when working side by side with armed afghan soldiers. and that did lower the death toll some what. but, you know, working side by side with armed afghan military right now is absolutely critical to the u.s. strategy. in fact, it is the strategy going forward to work with armed afghan military to train them and advise them and there is no way that -- according to military official, that you can guard against this kind of attack at all times an unfortunate incident. according to a senior official here this one is really bad. >> jim miklaszewski, thank you. breaking news on the ebola crisis as well. the specially equipped plane bringing back the volunteer just refueled in bangor, maine, it's
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now on the way to atlanta. kate snow is standing by at emory university hospital. >> reporter: the big question is, will nancy reibold walk into the facility behind me? we expect an ambulance motorcade. we're learning this morning more about the experimental drug treatment that nancy and kent brantly, who is being treated here, have had that may have saved their lives. this morning, nancy will arrive at emory hospital in the fight for her life. the 59-year-old american mother contracted ebola. she has been taking an experimental medication. >> her appetite has slightly come back. as a matter of fact, i talked to
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her husband. she asked for her favorite liberian meal. >> reporter: the virus was ravaging her body. so three doses of an experimental medicine were flown to liberia and the two americans decided to try the treatment that had previously been used on monkeys. brantly told colleagues he was dying. his wife asked friends to drop everything and pray. after his first dose of medicine, he made a remarkable improvement. what sit that's working? >> when you and i are infected with any virus, we make anti-bodies for the virus. that kills it. these are special aent bodies just for ebola. >> reporter: once at emory,
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they'll each have a room in a special isolation unit. lab tests are done inside. any contaminated materials are cleaned of virus and incinerated. while there are no other confirmed cases in the u.s. right now, hospitals are on edge. on monday, a man with a fever was put in isolation at new york's mount sinai hospital. this morning, we expect nancy's son, jeremy, to be here to greet her. he says the first thing he's going to say to her is i love you, followed by encouragement for her. we know god is good, we trust him, he said. >> nice to have her back in the country. thank you. >> earlier this morning, we talked to president obama's national security adviser. i began by asking if u.s. officials are confident that
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this can be contained to africa. >> we are actively collaborating with our african partners in west africa to help them contain and address this challenge. we have surged up to 50 workers from the centers for disease control and our disaster response teams. we are actively helping them to detect and contain and manage the outbreak. the risk to americans is deemed by the centers for disease control to be very low. and that is because of the nature of the transmission and the fact that it is largely contained now in the west african region. this is not a disease that can be communicated by sneezing or airborne or food or water. it requires a degree of intimate contact. and it requires a person to be actively symptomatic. to be contagious. and we have the protocols in this country to manage any isolate any patient who may present with those symptoms of the disease.
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>> i want to move on to the after leaders summit for which you are appears today. but let's turn to the news of the day. we just learned that israel and gaza have agreed to a temporary truce, this cease-fire. but then again we've seen them collapse within minutes or hours in the last couple of weeks. how confident are you that this time it's different and the cease-fire will hold? >> well, we think it's very important that it holds because there's been a great deal of suffering in israel and in gaza. and our hearts go out to the people of israel who suffered rocket attacks and tunnel attacks and of course the horrific suffering in gaza. so we are hopeful but mindful of the record that these cease-fires haven't held for very long in the past. we think it's very important both sides remain committed to it. and more importantly that they use this opportunity of the 72-hour cease-fire to begin the negotiations that we have been working so energetically through secretary kerry, president obama, and others to get off the
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ground so that the underlying causes of the conflict in gaza can be addressed at the negotiating table. >> i mentioned this african leaders summit. all of these leaders coming to washington in an unprecedented way. part of this is to encourage business leaders in the u.s. to invest there in africa. but then we hear about the ebola virus. does that make it harder to sell -- of course it's just confine topd one region, but does it make it harder to sell the u.s. businesses that africa is ready for their investment? >> well, what makes this is a unique occasion is that first of all to start, we've never had a gathering of up to 50 african heads of state with the american president in history. and we are bringing together business leaders and society leaders, faith leaders all who understand the importance and potential of africa. today's event is truly unique because we have some of america's leading ceos, some of africa's leading ceos, all of whom understand, as do
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many of our competitors overseas, that africa presents an extraordinary opportunity for trade and investment. and as we've seen instances of disease and obviously corruption remains a challenge, but what is changing is that african people and african businesses and african governments are poised to grow and to thrive. six of the ten fastest growing countries in the world are in africa. and american business leaders recognize that potential. african business leaders are eager to partner with their american counterparts and this poses an unprecedented opportunity to take that collaboration to a new level. >> well, national security adviser susan rice, it's great to have you with us. thank you. meantime, al you're following dangerous flooding. expecting more today? >> yes. take a look and a listen at this. >> get out! get out! >> this is just north of las vegas.
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a flash flood, literally go two ins of rain. an airman get out. they rescue another cup. you can see the power of the water, literally washing a crown victoria and a pri r irksprius road. this is southern california, fiver inches of rain turned parts of the valley there into mud bogs. covering homes. one person was killed. we're going to continue to see more rain today. flood willing be a possibility in this area. stretching from the plains all the way back into northern california and northern nevada. flood watches for nevada, colorado, idaho. could be another two to four inches of rain. for the first time since 1982, we have two tropical storms
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making their way to hawaii. hurricane iselle and tropical storm julio. we look for iselle to come across the big island sometime thursday as a category 1 storm. and continue on it way. then right on it heels, in time for the late week period, late weekend, early next week, we have julio. if it does become a hurricane, it will be minimal. probably a 1, because they are very good waters along this area. just to the south, much warmer air. that is more energy nfor the hurricane. we'll continue to track that. we haven't seen this in over 30 years. they're not used to it. >> california, a little bit of rain there, hoping it can help firefighters as they battle out of control wildfires. there are fears that lightning could spark more flames.
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miguel almaguer is there. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. over the past 24 hours we have covered two different fire zones as crews do all they can to protect lives and properties. in this community, 70 structures are on the line. >> summer of 2014. we've got three fires burning. >> reporter: a front row seat to a raging wildfire. >> that's an angry fire. >> reporter: julian murphy watches as two massive fires threaten his property in northern california. evacuating his wife and kids to a neighbor's house. >> did you see that? >> yep. >> reporter: only to be evacuated again a few hours later. >> it just took off. i mean, there was fire tornadoes spinning up. the entire column was turning. >> reporter: the two fires sparked within a few miles of each other are bearing down on the town of burney. destroying eight homes, a local
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restaurant, and a fire engine. in california, a state of emergency. 14 major wildfires. in oregon, air national guard pilots captured this spectacular scene above the gulch fire. meantime on the ground, crews attack the front lines near ashland. the fire burned right up to this ridge. crews are still mopping up hot spot. this is the fire break they've inserted. if the blaze hops it, it will make a run right up this mountain. a new study shows more homeowners are in harm's way than ever before. 1.2 million homes across 12 western states considered to be at high risk from wildfires. >> there are far more people in homes on the frontline of these wildfire risks. and the reason for this is that we've allowed more development in these high-risk areas. >> reporter: for homeowners like the murphy family, a hazard that used to be seasonal now a year-round way of life.
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with if two wildfires burng here this morning, one is 20% contained, the over 0% contained. crews say they're making progress. the rain today will help. they're concerned about thunderstorms. the crews will be doing all they can to build the containment lines to snuff out remaining flames. >> miguel almaguer, thank you. natalie is here with a scare over great britain. >> fighter jets had to scramble to escort qatar airlines flight after a report of a possible device on the plane. armed police took the man off the plane with handcuffs. four people are recovering this morning, injured during severe turbulence on a flight over florida. the flight was headed from ft. lauderdale to asheville, north carolina, when it hit rough air
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and went into a sudden dive. some passengers suffered minor injuries. the plane was diverted to st. pete-clearwater where it landed safely. russia is increasing its battalions on the russia/ukraine border. according to estimates, russia has battle-ready troops within just a few miles of the border. it comes as the ukrainian military has been gaining ground with separatists in the country. an incredible rescue on sunday, just 12 miles off the hawaiian island of moloka'i. all caught on gopro cameras. it's a dramatic rescue on the open seas all caught on gopro cameras. a 21-foot boat carrying four adults and four children battered by waives. >> it got scary rough real fast where waves were breaking over the bow. it happened really quick. before we knew it, too much
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water was in the boat. and i rel lay couldn't steer well or maneuver. >> reporter: stranded and sinking 12 miles from the nearest shore, the eight passengers did the only thing they could. >> we knew it was going to go down, so we started getting anything we really needed like life jackets. i put my fins on and we all jumped in the water and the boat went over. >> reporter: they then detached three kayaks from the boat and tied them together, and activated a beacon that told teams of their distress and location. >> once we received the distress alert, we immediately launched a helicopter. >> reporter: hovering helicopters managed to grab the passengers from the sea. all eight escaped injury and now have the ultimate home video to prove it. >> it could have been bad. it really could have. you have to have a lot of respect for that ocean. >> and fortunately, a happy ending there. well, you know, you should not
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be picking up hitchhikers, but probably okay in this case. a baby seal that needed a ride. he befriended a pair of surfers in the uk. he hopped on board the catch a few waves. hang ten. when they were done, the seal followed the surfers back to shore to wave good-bye. aw, i want to adopt that seal. >> i could watch all hour of that. >> al? >> we're all going upstairs for sardines. it's going to be great. let's show you what we're looking at today. scattered showers and thunderstorms. we have warmer weather and sunshine in the pacific northwest. showers in central and southern florida. look for rain in northern new england. and western pennsylvania. we'll have your local forecast and western pennsylvania. we'll have your local forecast
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and we're still seeing areas of mainly light rain around the tri-valley. i altamont pass and scattered showers up towards the east bay hills. areas in san jose looking at a mix of clouds and sun. 80s from san jose southward, a chance of a late day shower around san francisco into the north bay areas. north of santa rosa may see an isolated thundershower with showers still possible there in pleasanton. the forecast will continue to keep temperatures in the 70s and 80s in the next couple days.
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90s coming back for the second half of the week around the tri-valley. >> that's your latest weather. all right. we'll check in with tamron here. a lot of people comments on the ebola virus? >> yes. emory hospital is expecting to receive its second patient within an hour. the cdc hosted an online q & a session. 5,000 tweets came in. people asking normal, rational things. donald trump chimed in on his twitter feed. this is his most recent. the u.s. must immediately stop all flights from eboli-infected countries or the plague will spread inside our borders. he previously tweeted the patients shouldn't be brought back here to be treated. we have a lot of responses. chad says it's amazing how
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someone with so many resources can sound so poorly informed. adds mentioned, trump did not want the patients brought back. obviously. the hospital is not listening to him. but barbara wrote. you're right about the ebola patients. it's a deadly virus. they should not bring them to the u.s. i do think a lot of good information came out of the chat with the cdc. the questions answers. let us know what you're thinking. #orangeroom. coming up, a live exclusive. the fired director of the famed ohio state marching band. why he's been unfairly blamed for what the university calls the band's sexualized culture. and here comes the drone? the hot new craze for wedding photography. why it may not be such a great idea. look out. oh. but first, this is "today" on
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you're watching "today in the bay." a very good morning to you, it is 7:26 i'm laura garcia-cannon. mountain police looking for more possible victims of a handy man accused of sexually abusing two young girs. the 31-year-old has been living at the moffet mobile home park in mountain view where he worked as a handy man. two sisters ages seven and ten told their parents a man touched them inappropriately. detectives arrested the man on friday. police say he has no criminal record. santa clara county leaders will consider a plan to give unaccompanied children a safe place to stay. this morning, immigration reform advocates will hold a news conference urging the board of supervisors to put a system in place to support undocumented
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children who have come to the concerned alone. it would give the children temporary housing for host families and community groups. thousands who cross the border to escape from violence are being held in texas and in southern california. right now i want to look at the forecast with rob. kind of an unusual day in august. >> very unusual to have measurable rainfall. .007 of rain in napa, now moving through the tri-valley and across the 580 commute across the pass, that's where the moderate shower activity is right now. just lighter rain north of san ramone. mid to upper 80s south of san jose. mix of cloud and sun. little bit later on towards this evening, and you could see santa rosa northward, slight chance of isolated thundershower today with 80s in the forecast around pleasanton then temperatures around to climb beginning tomorrow. south bay we've had another crash north 101 in the past
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half. look at mapts, approaching the area, again northbound 101 finally has another crash cleared. things continue to recover actually. this is better for tuesday than we typically see. smooth drive across the dumbarton and san mateo bridge. slow 880 southbound typical out of hayward and fremont. the approach, look at the green blotches over the area. earlier rain there and the bay bridge toll plaza, no problems just the backups because of the metering lights. >> thanks so much. we'll be back with another local news update in a half hour. see you then. frpz
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all right. they're playing our song. we're back at 7:30 on a tuesday morning, the 5th of august, 2014. that's a look at rio. in brazil. or as natalie could say -- >> just a scant two years from today. it will play host to the opening ceremonies of the 2016 olympic games. can you tell we're excited? >> yeah. >> we're going the catch up with some of the u.s. athletes that we're hoping will be there. trampoline trampoliners. meantime let's look at what's making headlines this morning. a second american infected with ebola expected to arrive at emory this morning. meantime, man who showed signs of the virus is being tested here in new york city.
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officials say it's unlikely he has ebola. two wildfires are threatening hundreds of homes in california today. they've already scorched 100 square miles. and people in the town of burney facing possible evacuations. and events are being held across europe marking 100 years since britain entered world war i. members of the royal family symbolically planting poppies at the tower of london today to commemorate the nation's victims. and coming up, wish you had one on your wedding day? why a growing number of brides are adding drones to their wedding to do list. something old, something borrowed. not sure that fits. hey, cowabunga. grab a slice of pizza. megan fox teaming up with the teenage mutant ninja turtles. she'll be here to tell us about that and what it's like to be a young mom in hollywood. >> speaking of pizza, when i told my husband megan fox was on today, he dropped his fork. i guess he's a fan.
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we begin with the recently fired director of the ohio state university marching band. he'll talk to us live if a moment. first, the investigation that the school says exposed sexually explicit and hazing rituals within the band. here's kevin tibbles. >> reporter: from superman soaring to t-rexs chomping. the ohio state marching band's fantastic formations earned it the nickname the best damn band in the land. but now, band director jonathan waters is out of a job, following the university's two-month investigation into the band's culture. in a statement late monday, an osu spokesman said the investigation revealed an environment conducive to sexual harassment. that waters was aware or reasonably should have known
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about this culture and failed to eliminate it. >> it's pretty damning stuff. >> reporter: among the findings? written x-rated quizzes for new band members with questions like how many people have you had sex with. x-rated trips for band members. and sexually explicit nicknames. printed in direct ris and printed on t-shirts. waters played with the band in the '90s and in 2012 became the school's youngest band director. his attorney says waters started anti-sexual harassment and alcohol programs long before the university started its investigation. >> jon experienced inappropriate conduct when he was a rookie in the tuba section. as marching band director, he set out on his own to eradicate inappropriate behavior. >> reporter: as waters fights to clear his name, the band promises to march and play on. >> and jonathan waters is with us now. good morning. good to see you. >> good morning. >> let me ask the basic
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question. do you feel scapegoated here, that you're being blamed for what amounts to apparently decades of a tradition, a culture within the band? >> indeed, this is an entrenched culture that dates back to the 1930s. you know, we have taken steps to eliminate activities in the band. and what is so shocking by this report is its inaccuracy and its one-sided nature. and so that's really what we're here to do today is to get the message out. that this report was one-sided. and i'm here to stand up for our students. >> let's talk about the report. it lays out inappropriate practices, sexually explicit names for band members. can't repeat them here. new band members ordered to simulate sex acts. newcomers to run down the bus aisles while upper classmen try to tear off their clothes. and questions about fell
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bandmates. very, very sexual. were you aware of those practices? >> i was aware and i took great steps to eliminate them. we have eliminated all of those things. we've eliminated the midnight ramp. we have eliminated these rookie quizzes. let me be very clear that harassment of any type is not tolerated and should not be tolerated. and we have, as a staff, and as leadership team, taken steps to eliminate those behaviors. >> you know what the school says, though, that a lot of these changes like getting rid of the midnight ramp where they run out in their underwear. or sometimes naked and perform a ritual on the field. they say you didn't change that until after this investigation started. if you didn't like this culture which you say dates back decades, why didn't you end it on your first day? >> the culture in our band is entrenched. and because it's entrenched, it doesn't turn on a dime. so on my first day i did, indeed, engage with our leadership and our leadership team in trying to shape that
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culture and trying to eliminate poor behaviors. we have instituted a wonderful program of leadership training for our student leaders as well as sex abuse training and alcohol abuse training. all of these trainings that we have instituted in our band have made it truly a better place since i've been the director. >> let me just press you on that. you're saying, it doesn't changeover night. it changes over time. you wanted change to come from within. why? you're the band director. i mean, this is nonsense, some of this. why don't you go in and say it's over. >> i have. i have, indeed. in fact, this report cites things that happened before my leadership of the band. >> you were assistant band director for ten years though. >> i was. and i did move to change those behaviors. but i couldn't effect total policy at that time. when i was director i assure you that we moved very quickly to take steps to complete these things. and i'm just very disappointed
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that we didn't get a chance to finish that job. you know, all of our wonderful students, the message that i want to bring is the wonderful students who've marched in that band, the students who have sacrificed and given to the university, the alums who have given of their time, and the fans, they know that that report is flawed. they understand because as they read this report, they say this is not the band we know. >> i should mention you have a lot of support in this town. people have signed petitions. a lot of the former band members and current band members say they were not talked to for this report. they support you. what is your next step? will you sue the university to get your job back? you said this was your dream job. >> this was my dream job. i love ohio state. i love those students. i'm here to set the record straight. i'm here to point out the fact that we have taken tremendous steps to improve the culture and move the band forward. let me just put it in terms of this. you see the great performances on the field. you see the wonderful things
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that the band has done. and that does not happen without an atmosphere of respect, camaraderie, discipline. all of those wonderful things that we see on the field were also happening in the hearts and souls of our band members. and that was done as a group effort. >> got to let you go, but to clear it up, will you try to get your job back? >> you know, i love ohio state and i would love an opportunity to work with the university to improve the culture. >> jonathan waters, thank you for your time. appreciate it. >> thank you. >> send it over to al for the weather. thank you so much. let's see what we've got for you as we look at the week ahead. above normal temperatures here in the east. wet weather in new england to the southwest. below normal temperatures along the west coast. then for a midweek period, above normal for the central plains into the southeast. it stays cool also along the great lakes. and above normal temperatures in the southeast.
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going to be wet down into florida. and the below normal temperatures continue out west. . the reason why we're seeing below average temperatures, cloud cover and yes rare august rain falling in parts of the bay area. most of this morning around the tri-valley and up tards contra costa county. heading into livermore, light showers there around danville, slowly heading off towards the south and east. today, highs in the 80s. 60s to near 70 around san francisco. slight chance of an isolated thundershower north of santa rosa. mid-80s closer to pleasanton. warm up, low 90s back in the tri-valley beginning tomorrow. >> that's your latest weather. still ahead on "trending," a heart warmer. what taylor swift did to brighten one boy's day. but up next, would you want this flying on your wedding day? the buzz surrounding the hot new wedding accessory. that's right, the drone. right after this.
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back now at 7:44 with the latest way to remember your wedding day. more couples are now turning to drones for help. kerry sanders joins us from downtown miami with more. kerry, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, carson. i'm inside the alfred dupont building. this location is a popular venue for people to have weddings. enter the drones. yes, it can be a little noisy indoors, but outdoors not so much. as you see the drone going up, on board there's a camera. and that camera can provide a unique angle that folks getting married say they must have as an ever lasting memory for the wedding album. it's all the rage. spectacular drone images posted on youtube. the uncommon angles intoxicating to an amateur audience that has only seen footage like this in the movies. last week martha stewart posted
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pictures from her drone. photos of her new york estate. with drones costing as little as $80, it was only a matter of time before they started making the guest list. for today's newlyweds, capturing that special day like this is about being different and cutting edge. >> it's neat we have one of a kind photos from our wedding day that no one else has had before. >> reporter: new york democratic congressman shawn maloney hired a drone photographer for his wedding recently. an especially glaring problem because the faa says commercial drone photography is illegal and the congressman sits on the committee. which would allow friends to take pictures from his drone at no charge. >> the faa has been dragging their feet on this. the more they wait, the more people are flying without rules. >> reporter: a drone literally
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crashed a wedding when a photographer flying a drone lost control leading to a painful bump and a minor cut to the groom. yet despite the risks, wedding photographers say increasingly they're hearing requests for drones. but veteran photographer carl bies says the weddings he shoots is about respect and not turning it into a flying circus. >> the biggest compliment is they don't remember me photographing their wedding. i think having a drone there would leave a mark on people remembering that one sound of the drone buzzing above. >> reporter: the faa reports increasingly that they're hearing from commercial passenger pilots about drones that are in or near their flight path, and that is a safety concern. how is it we're able to fly a drone here this morning? it's because we're indoors. and this air space here is not controlled by the faa.
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this is all legal. the faa says they hope to have new regulations in place within the coming year for drones. some which you can see are so small they fit in the palm of my hand. >> that is cool. i want that one right there. >> did you say something, kerry? i couldn't hear you over the drone. >> those aren't drones. those are mosquitoes coming. revenge. >> at least they don't bite, kerry. >> thank you so much. >> kerry can't hear. it's so loud. >> another thing to be double charged for at a wedding. coming up, proof that kids say the darnedest things. plus tamron getting ready for hoda's big backup singing debut. it is happening, people. ri
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you're watching "today in the bay." good morning everyone, 7:56 i'm scott mcgrew. the fremont man accused of breaking into a home, tieing up a girl and raping her mother could be in court today. police say jamala morris was wearing a mask when he broke into an apartment in fremont and waited for a mother and daughter to come home. it happened saturday night. investigators say morris was waiting in the little girl's room and when she came in, he grabbed her and threat ntd her with a gun. when the mother went in, morris tied them both up with duct tape. during the attack the relative came home and chased the suspect off. morris caught hours later. officers say they found the victim's wallet and other evidence in his home. well let's check your tuesday forecast with rob, good morning. good morning, just behind, san francisco, light rain or drizzle around the peninsula this morning and moderate showers briefly around the tri-valley. those are weakening as the moisture moves off to the south and east. and for the afternoon, mid to
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upper 80s, south of downtown san jose, slight chance of drizzle or light showers. highs will be near 70. mid to upper 70s near santa rosa, slight chance of isolated thundershower for the afternoon. 80s around pleasanton for today and once the moisture moves on, a warmerer and drier finish with the workweek with the 90s back in the tri-valley. we need drizzle watch. over here, san mateo, slower drive westbound. we had an incident over on the foster city side. never showed up in the report, but i saw it live. it cleared and there's a slower drive recovering. the map shows you the foster city side, approaching the toll plaza and the shot shows you, same thing for the dumbarton bridge, recovery westbound, even though the commute continues to build a bit. they recover north 87 shows a heavier volume. rush to lighter volume for tuesday. same thing for the tri-valley. looking good around the bay including the approach to the bay bridge. >> thanks mike, more news in a half an hour.
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♪. here's savannah guthrie. >> good morning. we have breaking news this morning from afghanistan. a deadly attack at a military base by a gunman wearing a military uniform. among the victims a two star army general. two others have been wounded. we want to go to the pentagon with mick for the latest. >> u.s. dod and u.s. military officials confirm a two star u.s. major general was killed in that assault today in kabul. according to the officials, they
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are not going to release the identity of that major general until sometime tomorrow officially. in addition, there were two others killed. they're believed to be perhaps afghan or even german officers that were there. the shooting occurred at the afghan national military defense academy. a training facility where the americans, other forces and afghan leadership had gathered to talk about the training regimen for the afghan military when suddenly one individual, believed to be an afghan soldier, sprayed the crowd with an automatic weapon killing the two star general and wounding at least 15 other americans. u.s. officials caution that the overall death toll could rise because of the severity of the injuries. by the way, in return fire, that gunman was also killed. no motive for that attack a. those kind of green and blue incidents where afghans attack
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their u.s. military trainers have really subsided in the past several years. but according to u.s. military officials, you can never protect those troops when they're side by side with armed afghan military 100% of the time. according to one senior d.o.d. official in remarks about this incident told us this savannah is a bad one. >> standing by at the pentagon, i want to return to retired colonel jack jacobs on the phone. to pick up what mick talked about, there was a time in 2012 where afghan soldiers would turn on the coalition forces trying to train them. it was quite common, have become more rare. our withdrawal of the troops of afghanistan is predicated on training these afghan forces.
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>> i spent time in vietnam as an advisor. there were incidents from time to time with soldiers turning on their own troops or advisors. it happened very rarely. almost never was it a function of the soldiers being complacent. that's probably here. frequently these things happen as a result of troops being annoyed that their assignments or not getting paid or just some personal animosity and rarely a function of there being a plant from the other side. it's very disturbing in any case. particularly so since we've spent a great deal of time and money training these troops. >> a sad story we hear about a terrible attack at a military academy in afghanistan. a high ranking army general among the dead this morning.
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return now to programming. residents are told to possibly evacuate. fires have burned 100 square miles outside the town. some of more than a dozen major fires burning in the west. danger made worse by the prolonged drought there. a fright scene in nevada where a flash flood turned a road into a raging river. people had been trapped in their vehicles and were pulled to safety. it is 8:04 now. you're up to date. let's get another check of the weather from al. >> thank you so much. got our nice friends out here having a good time. where you in from? >> alabama. >> roll tide. let's check your weather and see what we've got happening.
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our pick city today, oklahoma city. news channel 4, going to stay hot over the next few days. temperatures approaching 100 degrees. that is toasty. we've also got strong storms pushing their way through the midwestment midwest. indianapolis got cloud, maybe showers and thunderstorms this afternoon into the early evening hours. afternoon highs going to be hot. gulf coast into the southeast, central plains, temperatures approaching 100. 80s in the upper mississippi valley. wet weather keeps temperatures and we're still watching some light rain moving into st. helena and parts of northern napa county, lake county, and eventually pushing perhaps into the east bay hills once again. right now, those showers beginning to shut down that were going around danville over towards livermore. for the afternoon today, areas around san jose with more sunshine should see mid- to
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upper 80s. around santa clara valley, san francisco, near 70, with some mist and drizzle at times. there you see those showers in the north bay. could have isolated thunder north of santa rosa and 80s in the forecast around pleasanton. and that's your latest weather. run, run. >> thank you. >> how's weather roker? coming up, the little boy who could have a start at our business. get ready. hosting back up on foot loose with the one and only kenny loggins. they're practicing, putting heart and soul in this. first these messages. ♪ you can fill in the holes, let the syrup flow, yeah ♪
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back now at 8:11 as megan fox is making herself at home in my orange room. feel free to move in. nice to have you here. we'll catch up with her in a bit, but first here's "what's trending" today. >> a new ad campaign from nine west the shoe store is getting off on the wrong foot with a lot of women. here's why. look at the website. it's got a collection called shoe occasion. right now it has two categories. elsewhere you may see print ads highlighting the walk of shame collection. so now some bloggers are really saying this campaign is sexist. they said they're just trying to stay current.
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>> i don't like the name of the collection. >> they're trying to have a sense of humor about it, but maybe more category than just those two. >> those campaigns that make you think. kind of edgy. >> you know, i think you should empower women. how about the board room shoe. >> kenneth cole shoes bring awareness to aids and homelessness. not finding a husband. >> maybe they'll add more categories. >> ceo shoes. >> it's a big day. scientists are finally revealing the key to happiness. are you ready? >> yes. >> i can actually show it to you. here it is. sorry. so researchers at university college london -- that's right -- use this math equation to get the answer. >> i feel great. >> here's what it means. the key to happiness is low
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expectations. scientists say it doesn't matter if things are going well, it matters if they're going better than you expect. lower your expectations. >> it's like if you think the weather is going to be terrible on the weekend and you're going on vacation and you find out it's sunny, you're happy. >> right. >> i thought that would be fine. everything else has happened. this is just gravy. >> okay. well, taylor swift really likes to surprise her fans as we know. but she did something that one little boy will never forget. taylor turning up to visit one of her biggest fans. he's a 6-year-old little boy jordan who's battling leukemia. jordan took taylor on a tour around boston's children hospital. >> they also got to play air hockey and teamed up for a memorable duet you have to see. ♪ never ever ever get back together ♪
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>> i think i've looked at this a hundred times. taylor and jordan also found time to talk about one of his favorite subjects, of course it's spider-man. jordan's family saying the surprise visit brightened their day. we also look at comments. look at what people have said about this video. it's so cute. >> so good. >> just wonderful. well, there's another little guy who's winning the internet this morning for another reason. a boy from pennsylvania was at a county fair recently when a tv crew stopped to ask him about a ride. >> it was great. i've never been on live television before. but i don't watch the news because i'm a kid. and apparently every time -- grandpa gives me the remote. i watch the power ball. >> there you go. >> i never be on television. >> are you excited? >> yeah.
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and apparently i went down the slide. i was scared half to death. >> apparently, apparently. >> he apparently wants to make it clear he has never been on live tv before. >> that was not apparent. >> he was a natural. >> i'm telling you. this is this generation's mason reese. >> the way he held that mic, he had command of that. >> he's like harry carry. >> you got a future, kid. that is "what's trending" today. we are back with m
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all right. we are back with those heroes in a half shell returning to the big screen. megan fox stars at april o'neil in an action packed reboot of the teenage mutant ninja turtles franchise. she's with us this morning. how are you? >> good morning. . >> is it true you had a big crush on one of is the turtles as a young girl? >> yeah. mikey. i don't know if you knew which one he was, he had the orange. yeah, he was just the funny one, the carefree one. you know, he's not trying to be the leader or trying to be -- he's just trying to be himself.
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it's charming. >> i understand you are a big fan of the franchise. obviously mikey as well. did you have to fight to get cast in this movie. >> well, i went in for a meeting and it was valentine's day. i stayed for five hours to prove i was a superfan. then i sent out a bunch of e-mails saying i understand if you cast someone else, but know i'm still going to be at the first day midnight showing because it's going to be the best ever. >> you should have sent them pizza. >> man, where were you when i was trying to get this movie? >> there you are in this movie. you play april the news reporter covering the story of a lifetime. question to you, the director said he's looking for someone who is obviously beautiful and capable, but not just a traditional damsel in distress. something that more than meets the eye.
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>> he likes to say that about me because that's the transformers theme song. but it's important for him not to sexualize april at all or exploit her or do gratuitous shots especially with me in the character. the point of the movie is she's saying what i'm seeing is real. you've got to take my story seriously. she's aspiring to do bigger things. we didn't want to undercut that. >> obviously there are huge fans of this franchise. >> yes. >> they can be very outspoken and vocal. some of them were already criticizing the reboot of this before it was out. you had some choice words for them recently. >> i did. but you cannot say them on the show. >> but i can paraphrase. you said buzz off. >> something like that. yeah. i mean, i was asked about the fans -- they're not fans, they're haters really. that say it's ruining my childhood. i said you know what? how much money did these movies make, obviously these people go
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see these movies and they're going to see this one. if you don't like it, then, you know, go have a steak or whatever you say. i don't know. >> again, your earlier words were more to the point. >> but i know better than to say that on this show. >> thank you. tell me about what's going on at home. you've got two little boys with your husband brian green. they keep you busy all the time? >> yeah. my oldest is not two years old. and my baby is turning six months here. is this your first? >> it is. >> so you have no idea and you probably haven't been sleeping because you're pregnant and you're uncomfortable. you're never going to sleep again. so congratulations. >> i thought i was going to do nothing but rest from here on out. >> you have no idea what you're in for. >> are you trying to make me cry? >> i know it's easy to do right now because you're so close. but we're exhausted but it's fun and amazing and they're both special boys.
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i'm lucky. >> you were about two weeks pregnant when you first started doing this role. >> well, i got pregnant ten days in. >> did you do your stunts while you were pregnant? >> i did. i tried to do most of them. there were some i couldn't do like wire work because it's a legal issue. i had an amazing stunt woman who's much more talented than me at that. she did it when i needed her to. but i tried. oh, there's video of me doing a stunt. >> there you are. while pregnant. >> there's a fan blowing my hair and i'm like, rafael no! >> a little preview of teenage mutant ninja turtles. >> it's so much better than that. >> megan fox, a delight. i'm going to go cry now. >> okay. >> we'll send it to carson. >> thank you very much. now to our special series this is 50 as we celebrate hoda's mild stone birthday. our new survey found out that more than 60% of single people in their 50s are either currently dating or they're considering it.
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hoda is an expert on that. >> how do you know? dating is weird at any age, but it gets extra daunting when you hit the big 5-0 milestone. the pool changes, it gets smaller. i decided to sit down with a group of women. some divorced, some never married. we wanted to have a candid conversation about the ups and downs and challenges of finding a companion. take a look. meet the single ladies all ready to play the dating game. >> allison. >> susan. >> ivy. >> joyce. >> laurie. >> six women with six journeys all navigating the world of relationship and love. raise your hand if you enjoy dating. >> one up, one down. >> sometimes. describe what it is like to date in your 50s. >> it's really starting over and starting at a different place.
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>> at a certain age, for the women it dries up -- the pickings dry up. the men in the same age group want to date the younger women. and the men older than me that might want to date me are, you know, dead. >> sometimes for this group it's a matter of taking the plunge. >> it does take courage, doesn't it, to get back in there? because we're used to our lives. >> it's a scary experience to set yourself up for rejection again. >> i can't help but be myself on dates now. i don't know how to go back to that giggling girl that didn't know what she wanted or what she was interested in and just wanted to be liked by the best looking guy. >> i'll dare myself to flirt. >> it's hard sometimes. >> it is, but you know what? when you have nothing to lose, it's just kind of fun. >> but to get there, it may mean leaving that comfort zone. i've talked myself out of going out to anything sometimes because you're like, i can't. i have to put the dress on and
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meet someone. and i would think to myself i know who i'm going to meet in my apartment watching a rerun of "law & order." nobody. i don't know who i'm going to meet if i step out the door. and sometimes it's just showing up. isn't it? sometimes you have to put yourself back in the game. but that takes confidence. >> sometimes i'll feel very positive and optimistic and i'll go online or i'll meet someone at a party and that will go along okay. and then i'll get discouraged and go back into hiding. >> sometimes a little expert advice goes a long way. >> you can meet men everywhere and anywhere. >> meeting dating coach bobby palmer. >> really focus on you and what you have to offer and what you want to give and what a great relationship looks like and feels like to you. every date you go on is not going to be magical. you can go on a lot of dates before you find the one. >> we asked bobby to run a mini
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boot camp to help our women. >> taking responsibility for your actions and outcomes. >> when it was finally time for susan's big date, she was able to use some of her new boot camp skills. >> it's just about having fun with people and sharing. >> bobby weighed in working with susan to negotiate the nuances of scoring a successful date. >> you know, the third principle is taking responsibility for your actions and outcomes. and you nailed it. nailed it. >> well, it was fun. >> for all the women it's a delicate balance of caution and confidence. what advice do you have about finding love the second or third time around? >> this is the best time in life to find love. we know ourselves so much better. >> it's a game that's well worth playing and winning. >> instead of waiting to be chosen, i remind myself now that i'm doing the choosing. >> yes.
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you get to choose. >> it's about you. how do you feel when they say certain things? do you feel safe? do you feel adore? how do you feel? it's about deciding how they make you feel. >> i got to tell you, sitting down with those women was so empowering. you saw these people putting themselves out there and it is hard. >> she said it right. it's about you. you have to feel good about yourself to go out in a setting of 50-plus. however the actions are coming in from the guys, you have to take it with confidence. >> and remember when you had past relationships that were crummy, you can't take it out on the guys you're meeting. sometimes you're like you're probably just like he was or they were. >> and it helps to be hot like hoda. you can't have any problems. >> just wear a bikini. >> they did say one of the myths is -- and this is what bobby said -- men in their 50s or older only want 20-somethings. that's what you see.
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but statistics don't bear that out. so i said, please, these guys aren't a very good morning to you. it is 8:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. a missing sailor whose salmon bo boat washed ashore is now in hiding. yesterday, his fishing boat ran aground along the san francisco shoreline. now crews are trying to haul away a boat that's been spilling fuel for more than 24 hours. traffic's flowing nicely and we had a backup at 580 and el charo, or just before you get to el charo. things are starting to get better now. we had an earlier crash, which has cleared over the last 20 minutes. it happened and then it cleared. that's not bad for traffic tuesday around the dublin interchange.
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looking at the south bay, where northbound 87 continues to show a heavier flow than the rest. that's an early clearup for the south bay as well. the bay bridge toll plaza, the metering lights are still on. a slower drive north through oakland as well as across that san mateo bridge at the bottom of your screen. we'll send it back to you, laura. >> thank you very much. thank you for joining us as well. another update comes up in about half an hour. hope you get a chance to enjoy your tuesday morning.
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morning. the 5th of august 2014. what a way to celebrate t-minus two years to rio, the 2016 olympic games get underway two years from today. we are celebrating with the folks from samba new york. we say good morning to them. other than the olympic theme song, the samba music is perfect for getting me into the mood. >> whoa! >> and behind us, trampoline which is an olympic event. we're happy to be joined by a couple of brothers. >> great camera work there. look at that. it is the morning of gopro here. we have two new sports too. rugby and golf. that's exciting for me. >> love these gopro cam shots. >> come on down. it's a harder job for you. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> are you worried about the
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olympics or feeling good about your chances? >> absolutely. we've been training hard for the past 15 years. but at the two-year mark today, we're starting to really kick it into gear. we're really getting excited. especially being here on the "today" show. >> having made the london team, now going perhaps to rio, do you feel more of a confidence having been there and done that? >> absolutely. now i know what the whole olympic thing is about. i'm happy to bring it to the next level. hopefully we'll be qualifying in two spots so my brother and i can both go this year. >> you start ramping up now? it's two years away. what's your training like? >> i ramped up 15 years ago. we do use periods where you increase training and decrease. but two years, it gets more intense. you're right. >> let's bring jeffrey on over, your brother here. come on over.
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you're making us dizzy. >> you did not eat breakfast before the trampoline session? >> you have to eat breakfast but not too early. >> has your big brother taught you about getting ready for the olympics? and are you ready? >> yeah. i'm ready for my shot. well, going into 2012, it was a close, tight race. i'm just waiting for a spot. and not dwelling on anything in the past and just looking forward towards the future. >> we hope to see both of you gentleman there. remember those names. >> all right. coming up, we've been waiting all morning for this. hoda is living out her dream of becoming a backup singer with help of kathie lee and kenny loggins. >> but first al with a check of the weather. >> here's what we've got for you. starting with today we're looking at wet weather into the
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mid-mississippi river valley. wet weather through the southwest. northwest looking nice. boise up near 97. a risk of strong storms tomorrow morning into the afternoon hours into the mid-plains. wet weather into northern california and the northeast and mid-atlantic coast. look for plenty and we're still tracking some rain in far northern sonoma and napa counties out towards lake county and the showers in the ventura and east bay hills have weakened as they've moved to the south and east. today, a mix of sun and clouds around the san jose. 80s in the forecast around the santa clara valley. 60s around the peninsula and coast and into san francisco, near 70-degree temperatures. slight chance of an afternoon thundershower north of santa rosa, 85 in pleasanton today. and we will see temperatures turning warmer as the monsoon moisture moves towards the east. >> and that's your latest weather. >> thank you, al. coming up next, how to spice
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up leftovers from the weekend barbecue. gayle simmons and curtis stone of top chef duels are here as they go head-to-head in a friendly competition. plus hoda gets footloose with kenny loggins. kathie lee is going to help her. you'll see it. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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tell me about this duel and the format of the show. >> it feels totally different, totally fresh. it's all former contestants. all favorites are back w one-on-o one-on-one, head-to-head. >> and you've set up rivalries either for seasons or over a surgeon cuisine, right? >> that's right. there's not so much love lost in the battles that go on. >> there's some family members. >> and matchups you did on purpose. >> it's all there. there's a winner and a loser. in 30 minutes one of you is going to be $10,000 richer. it's a lot of fun. >> let's walk through this today. gail, you and i will come over here. and our duel today will be about leftovers. >> yes, so we're going to use very classic leftovers from your summer barbecue. things like corn and watermelon and barbecue chicken.
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they're cooking. >> we have the same ingredients. let's see what you can do with it. >> you're going to be helping me. >> i'm whisking now. i have corn here. at my restaurant in beverly hills we have corn right now so we're in a good place. we're going to use corn fritters. >> should i pour that in there? is that whisked enough? >> yeah. that's good. >> you know this isn't my strong point. cooking isn't really my thing. okay. we're making corn fritters. >> we get that together. pour a little more milk in here. >> that was milk and egg we did. >> yes. and we give you flour and baking powder. and into this we're going to put all that beautiful barbecue s z sauce. >> so this was grilled and in your free agenidge.
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you don't have to reheat it. >> no. once you get it to that point, we're going to take couple of spoons here and just drop it into the fryer. >> so our oil is nice and hot. >> nice and hot. >> should we check in with the inferior team over there? >> excuse you. excuse you. >> we're going to school you today. >> that's right. >> we've already made 16 dishes. >> we've delegated very well. >> i've got the drink going. >> that was beautiful. >> there's some cilantro leaves over here you can garnish with. >> is there a time issue in top chef duels? >> always. time is always an issue on top chef. we give them 30 minutes for their first mini duels. >> how much ahead of time do they know what the duel is? >> the first one they know but
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the other ones they create for each other. but the person choosing the duel has weeks to prepare and knows what they're doing. >> let's bring in our judges. al. >> we are not ready. we still have time. don't rush. >> don't go far. >> okay. >> we're making some kind of paste. >> it's a little bit of a puree. i've got two textures with the avocado. going to make this here. >> am i ever going to eat anything? >> don't pressure us. bother them. >> yeah. go stress them out, al. >> do you know how handsome you look today, al roker? >> i'm still not eating anything. >> so low. how much time do we have? >> mark, how much time is left? >> we have 30 seconds. >> we're plating.
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>> okay so over here you take your corn fritters out. >> do it. beautiful. >> put them on a cloth when you're in a rush. >> we need a plate? >> go ahead. >> okay, al. you can taste. we're ready. >> not yet, not yet. >> no, not yet. just kidding. >> okay. i'm going over here. >> be careful there. you go. you got it. >> it's a grilled corn tomato quesadilla. we've got a watermelon fresca drink. >> clean your palate. >> stop pushing me. >> plating is part of the judging.
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>> while i love everything deep fried, there's a little more action going on here. little more complexity. >> is that because gail was -- and they got a drink. you guys basically made fried dough. you made water. so i got to go with gail and carson. >> thank you guys, so much. all right, savannah. you can check out top chef duels on bravo. tomorrow night 10:00/9:00 central. coming up next, finally hoda's big moment has arrived as she becomes a backup singer for kenny loggins. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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we are back. >> we're very busy. >> no time for you. >> freaking out. >> okay. all right. we are back with this is 50. hoda is approaching the milestone birthday. one of her bucket list things is about to be happening here on our set. she loves to sing. so we asked her partner in crime, kathie lee, to help her cross this off her bucket list. take a look. >> i've always wanted to be a background singer part of which is because i can't sing well. i like to do that and a little bit of hmm and a little haa. who can teach me? sara bareilles, dream teacher. blake shelton, even bigger dream teacher. but who would be the best teacher? >> i don't know that i'm the best person to teach hoda how to sing backup -- oh, that hoda -- but i'm the only one we've got. >> my only issue with singing backup is i don't know how to do it. >> don't overdo it. don't sing at full -- >> first of all, teach how to sing backup.
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♪ been working, so hard >> no, that's him. >> do we sing the same part he does? ♪ cut loose, foot loose try to sing something different. a third higher or lower than he does. hoda, you don't go where i go. you stay on it. me. me. ♪ foot loose." >> kenny, i want to apologize in advance. can we do real quick choreography? when in doubt just shake your you know what. >> kenny log begins -- loggins. you know what's about to happen. are you ready? >> i'm scared. >> we're sorry. i'm sorry. >> i've always wanted to mentor on "american idol." this is my chance. >> as close as you're going to get, right? >> an american classic will never be the same after this. >> this is that moment. >> we know you're a good sport. how's it been being out there with your own music?
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>> absolutely. it's so fun. we're six songs into a new album. we're doing a kickstarter campaign to create the audience and generate the money to generate the audience and the money for the next record. i encourage everyone to go to kickstarter and search kenny loggins. you'll see the blue sky riders. >> your first one got rave reviews. >> we did your show right in the middle of it. >> what have i told you? they are available for recording. >> i've offered him my studio and he was going to do it. now you have no time. you're here with us today. >> i'll call you. >> okay. >> uh huh. >> he'll text me in the middle of the night like he usually does. >> is it time? >> without further ado, blue sky riders and hoda and kathie lee. >> all right, here we go. ♪
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♪ working so hard ♪ i'm punching my card ♪ eight hours for what ♪ oh tell me what i got ♪ i've got this feeling ♪ that time's just a holding me down ♪ ♪ i'll hit the ceiling ♪ or else i'll tear up this town ♪ here we go. ♪ now i got to cut loose, footloose ♪ ♪ kick off your sunday shoes ♪ please louise pull me off of my knees ♪ ♪ jack get back come on before we crack ♪ ♪ lose your blues ♪ everybody cut footloose
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♪ you're playing so cool ♪ obeying every rule ♪ deep way down in your heart ♪ you're burning yearning for somebody to try to tell you ♪ ♪ that life ain't passing you by ♪ ♪ i'm trying to tell you it will if you don't even try ♪ ♪ cut loose, footloose ♪ kick off your sunday shoes ♪ ooh marie shake it shake it for me ♪ ♪ whoa milo come on come on let's go ♪ ♪ lose your blues ♪ everybody cut footloose
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>> here we go, here we go. ♪ oh oh ♪ oh oh ♪ oh oh ♪ you've got to turn me around ♪ and put your feet on the ground ♪ ♪ now take ahold of your soul ♪ ah ah ♪ i'm turning it loose ♪ footloose ♪ kick off your sunday shoes ♪ please louise pull me off of my knees ♪ ♪ jack get back come on before we crack ♪ ♪ lose your blues ♪ everybody cut footloose ♪ footloose ♪ kick off your sunday shoes
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♪ please louise pull me off of my knees ♪ ♪ jack, get back, come on before we crack ♪ ♪ lose your blues ♪ everybody cut, everybody cut ♪ everybody cut, everybody cut ♪ everybody cut, everybody cut ♪ everybody everybody cut footloose ♪ ♪ >> hoda! hoda! [ cheers and applause ] >> kenny loggins and the blue sky riders and the vocal stylings of hoda and kathie lee. we'll be back right after this. this is "today" on nbc. kenny will be back with us this is "today" on nbc. kenny will be back with us in the 10:00 hour. no rush, andy.
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♪ reliving the magic that was moments ago here on "today." hoda fulfilling her life-long dream of being a background singer. not so much in the background. sharing the foreground with kenny loggins. >> and kathie lee.
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>> i have no mic. nobody wants me to be micced anyway. >> you did way better than i expected. >> that was clever. >> low expectations. >> can i just say something? it was so joyful and so much fun. kath, thanks for the lessons. i didn't know it was going to be that much fun. i want to do it again. >> let's just do it again. >> one more time! >> it was awesome, you guys. thanks. >> you have such cute moves. >> you have quite the dance moves. >> kath has got it. >> well, i have a lot to shake. >> you did great. >> do they have a future, kenny? >> you're on tour. want to take them with you? >> please. >> sure. >> well, you're coming back in the 10:00 hour to relive the
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magic, right? you and your blue sky riders are out on tour right now. >> and have the kickstarter campaign too. >> thank you very much. >> hoda, remember that time you sang backup for kenny loggins? it was awesome. >> you guys did great. >> thank you. >> all right. these guys are coming well, good morning, everybody. 8:56. i'm scott mcgrew. this morning, this possum jogged around the warning track before vanishing under the stands. the next batter got a hit and eventually scored the game-winning run. so the possum must be to thank. well, the rain's not playing possum. let's check in with rob. >> it's been around the east bay
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this morning and the north bay. and through this afternoon, partly cloudy skies around san jose, where we'll see 80s, closer to 70 into san francisco, and in the north bay, highs into the mid-70s. slight chance of an afternoon thunderstorm north of santa rosa and still scattered showers around the tri-valley. skies clear later tomorrow. 90s coming back to the tri-valley later this week. toot update in 30 minutes.
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from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist, and tamron hall live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> savannah guthrie just blew through there. >> i'm impressed she is sprint still. >> in heels. goodness. >> also impressive, our crowd. august 5th, 2014. i'm al along with natalie and tamron. willie is off. >> welcome back. >> thank you very much. did you see "guardians of the gala galaxy." it made $94 million this weekend. >> it's so fun. lots of '80s references. great stuff for the parents, not just the kids. >> i love that perfect combo
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when it's funny for the kids but adults get it too. >> chris pratt, he just blew that up. he was amazing. >> and everyone's popping up in the movie, a lot of celebrities in this. >> you will not recognize bradley cooper's voice. he plays a raccoon, but he's unbelievable. so great. it's fantastic. anyway, must go see. meanwhile, a big story we're also talking about the latest on the ebola virus. the latest victim nancy writebol is soon to arrive at emory hospital in atlanta. her plane briefly stopping in maine there for a refuel. and the hospital already treating as you know dr. kent brantly. he's the other american victim. writebol and brantly have received doses of an experimental medication never before used on humans and doctors are calling their progress miraculous because of
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this vaccine that they had. meantime, little bit of a scare here in new york yesterday. a man with a high fever had recently travelled to west africa, returned to new york and went to the hospital. he had signs of gastrointestinal disorder and a high fever. so he went to new york's mt. sinai hospital and they immediately started treating him and raised concerns because of where he traveled. but they said it's unlikely he has ebola. they feel they don't believe it's actually the ebola virus. but it is raising concerns and questions. of course the cdc saying here are the things you need to watch out for. telling people what the symptoms are. >> and also putting it into realistic perspective. you can have symptoms but they don't want people to believe everything that fits into what you've heard, fever, upset stomach. >> a transmission is very
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difficult. >> bodily fluid. >> you can't just catch it by touching somebody. >> it's not airborne. it's exchanged through bodily fluids. i think matt lauer said we idolize athletes, but researchers on the forefront of creating this serum, for example, that we're just learning about and other infectious diseases, they are 24/7 looking at ways to cure these deadly diseases that affect the globe. it's so intriguing. >> sometimes putting their own lives on the line. >> and people like nancy writebol who went there as a missionary and was basically helping clean and decontaminate the areas that are effected. and dr. brantly there to treat the patients. they really are heroes and deserve the best care and treatment which they're getting now. >> the other thing, there's an amazing piece of video. let's just roll it. i want you to hear this from the top. there's a flash flood in las
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vegas. >> get out! get out! >> about four inches of rainfall. >> it's like a river. >> it turns this road into -- >> look at the guy. >> you see from the nearby base get out of his car. and another group of airmen rescue folks out of this prius. you see the crown vic. that prius really amazing stuff. they had flash floods in southern california yesterday. one person was killed. in the meantime, we've got these wildfires going on continuing out west. a state of emergency, 14 major wildfires going on at the same time. air national guard pilots captured that scene above the gulch fire. and there's one whole town that is getting ready that's on alert to evacuate in northern california. but they're still worried about this. because lightning strikes could
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set off more wildfires. as many of these have been set off by lightning strikes. >> we see flash flooding often, but such a tremendous force of power. you wonder how much time they had. no time. >> three inches of water is enough to knock you off your feet. a foot of water is enough to move a car. >> and people think they're in suvs and they can get through that. you really can't. >> that's why it's turn around, don't drown. this became a raging river in a matter of about five minutes. >> another story that a lot of people are reacting to. ohio state university, their amazing band considered by all accounts one of the best college bands in the country. i think they might be the best. you know, there's a controversy hovering over the band after allegations that students were
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hazed, sexual harassment amongst band members. the band's director was let go, jonathan waters. he's now the former band director. he was fired to weeks ago after an investigation found a culture of harassment and alcohol abuse. students mimic sex acts. just a laundry list of things as a parent it's your worst nightmare. you send your kid to college and this happens. anyway, savannah spoke to waters on why he did not stop this culture. here's what he said. >> and because it's entrenched it doesn't turn on a dime. and so on this first day, i did, indeed, engage with our leadership and our leadership team in trying to shape that culture and trying to eliminate poor behaviors. we instituted a wonderful program of leadership training for our student leaders as well
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as sex abuse training and alcohol abuse training. all of these trainings that have instituted in our band has made it truly a better place since i've been director. >> in a statement late monday, a spokesperson said the investigation said waters was aware or should have known about the culture but failed to eliminate it. he was a band member back in the day. then he became an assistant director and then the direct. >> assistant director for ten years, so he knew what was going on there. i'm sorry, you're the band director. day one you just come in and you say it's done. no more. >> you say you're a scapegoat when you've been a part of that culture for so many years. >> i don't like to read into people, you get under the hot lights of a studio, you're being interviewed. but i wish he had said, parents, trust me. i wasn't aware. just something more heart felt. >> but he was aware.
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>> i'm saying whatever his stance is, he's saying you can't turn around the titanic or whatever. i just needed more emotion. because what some of these students went through is frightening and they don't deserve that. i wanted more heart from him. >> pretty horrific and clear cases of allegations of abuse. all right. this happened to me the other day. has this happened to you guys? you're walking down the street -- i think this happens more to women, not guys. you walk down the street and a complete stranger says hey, pretty lady, why don't you smile. do you get this? smile, al. well, it happened to me. i was at the airport thinking i got to get home and get my bag. and a guy said with such a pretty face, you should put a smile on it. i was like, okay, creep. anyway, this was a schedule on "the huffington post." they started this discussion.
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but rachel krans photographed women when they're told to smile. first, because i'm intimidated by you. another, because i'm worried about finding a job when i graduate. reasons, perhaps, why i'm not smiling. and i smile all the time, if i'm not it's just because i'm tired. which is probably what a lot of us would say. what would you respond? >> what would i write? usually if i'm not smiling with -- because i think i smile a lot probably to the point people think i'm ill. >> on the street? >> yeah. random thoughts. you're preoccupied. but usually i think -- >> but it is true. i do think about, you know, what you put out there. it's hard. it is weird though. >> because you are a stranger
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danger. >> i'm busy. get out of my way. >> i think your point, i don't think it happens to guys. >> actually, i have had people say you know you seem so happy on tv, why aren't you smiling? well, i'm thinking about something else. >> people to get to and things to do. >> i was walking the other day and these guys were probably the nicest guys in the world, but there were ten guys on one side of the street. i'm faced with this dilemma. do i walk past or cross the street? i crossed the street. >> the little tamron walk. >> jiggling it all. >> a lord of the dance, you know. >> just smile and talk to myself. >> i'm walking across, i'm smiling, i'm a little nutty. so you might not want to stop and talk to me. anyway, because that's what i do all the time. hey. we're looking at more rain out
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west. so we may see some more flooding out there. especially anywhere from a half inch to an inch or more of rain. and in places where it has already been inundated, it's going to be a problem. we've also got double trouble. first time since 1982 we've got the potential for two hurricanes affecting hawaii. first we've got iselle 1115 miles east of hilo. also tropical storm julio. so iselle makes its way and started to come across hilo right around thursday. and then continue on. and then right behind that, we're going to be watching julio. it should be a minimal hurricane when it comes on shore, but we will continue to m and we're seeing some unusual weather of our own with showers in the north bay, lake county into northern napa county, and what's left of the showers around east bay hills have wound down for the moment. and today we'll see temperatures in the 80s around the south bay,
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partly cloudy skies. still a chance of an isolated shower around the peninsula, up into the north bay, where there is a slight chance of some thunder north of santa rosa this afternoon. mid-80s around pleasanton, with showers shutting down for tomorrow morning, drying out and warming up as we head towards the beginning of the weekend, with those inland temperatures in the tri-valley. back into the 90s for the second half of the week. >> and that's your latest weather. all right. we are calling all of you home chefs. if you have a recipe for a healthy and delicious treat you've been enjoying all summer, we want to hear from you. submit your creation for the chance to come to new york and help whip it up right here for joy bauer and all of us on the air. >> has to be healthy. >> low cal. send it on. >> please let it be tasty. >> i can't wait to taste it. all right. up next, how one of baseball's biggest stars darryl strawberry,
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aren't marriage counselors and it may not work for everyone. you say you're imperfect people. you are people with broken marriages. you write you carry baggage into the relationship. darryl, you carried a lot of baggage when you first met. >> yeah. had a lot of luggage. but i'm really grateful and blessed for my wife, who she is, because she was the person that cared about me. really not about the uniform, not about the stuff i accomplished as a baseball player. she wanted me to see the person i was so i was able to walk in purpose. i think a lot of times we don't walk in purpose. a lot of time celebrities' lives our secret and hidden. i lived on the golf course and hid behind the gates and had all kind of issues. i think we don't always deal with the issues. tracy made me take responsibility and look at me as a person. and i was able to do that and we
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became a different person. that's what we all really want. i wanted to know who i was. >> you wanted to be different and better. tracy, what made you believe in him? here you were living in the basement of your family's home. you called yo urs a spouse in waiting. what made you believe he could turn all of this around and be your husband? >> i believed in the greatness in darryl. his heart has always been revealed. he has a great heart. he had issues, though. he had to make the choice to get well. there's a chapter in this called the spouse in waiting. >> what does that mean? >> that means when you are doing the right thing and you're walking the right way and your spouse has not. your spouse has checked out. and that's several people. in this book we've suffered adultery, addiction, everything. and maybe people haven't gone down that far, but we challenge reede readers to get real with themselves. even if you haven't gone down as far as we have, you can still make this work.
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>> most people who go that far down the road, that road usually leads to divorce. why didn't it happen for you guys? >> well, i think because we put principles. we put biblical principles in our life and god at the center of our life. a lot of times we're so selfish, people are so selfish. it's about us, us, us. what i realized, it had had to be a me first. i had to get me well first because it's a we. i think a lot of times we come in and want this great marriage and white picket fence that life is going to go great. but there's a lot of rooted issues from childhood or something that i needed to deal with. i think when we all deal with our issues, it brings us together. and then there could be a we. it's got to be a me and then a we. >> it's a fascinating read. i think a lot of people can learn so much from your story. darryl and tracy strawberry, thank you for sharing it with us. you can read an excerpt on today.com. up next we've got all the
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a very good morning to you. it is 9:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. the fremont man accused of breaking into a home, tying up a little girl and raping her mother will be in court today. police say jamala morris was wearing a mask when he broke into an apartment in fremont and waited for the mother and her daughter to come home. it happened on saturday night. investigators say morris was waiting in the girl's room and when she came in, he grabbed her and threatened her with a gun. when the mother went into the room, morris reportedly tied them both up with duct tape. during the attack, a relative of the woman came home, chasing that suspect office. morris was eventually caught hours later. officers say they found the victim's wallet and other evidence in his home. tonight, the san jose city
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council will discuss the results of a recent poll on the sales tax hike. the city talked to 1,500 people by phone and found 67% would support a 4% increase going into the city's general fund. 65% would support a tax increase if the none would help fund better roads. 71% said they would be okay with the higher sales tax if it went to public safety. a look at weather and traffic right after the break.
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and here's another line of some rain dropping into napa county and lake county, moving from north to south. and eventually clipping parts of solano county and the east bay, as we go through the afternoon today, we'll see highs ranging from the mid- to upper 80s south of san jose, chance of a few showers, especially later today around the peninsula. san francisco, temperatures closer to 70. and there in the north bay, chance of isolated thunder, north of santa rosa. 70s for highs there. showers ending tomorrow morning and turning lower back into the low 90s inland, as you approach thursday and friday. >> we're dealing with our second crash in the last half hour.
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right here, southbound 101 from university down towards embarcadero, we had one crash that cleared and about a mile and a half south of there, you can see it on the sign if you have really good eyes. a mile of backup right now. that's causing folks to slow down coming off of that dumbarton bridge. meanwhile, the rest of your bay, simmering down to a typical drive, slowing southbound 880 through fremont, northbound 880 approaching 101 through san jose. that's the late build coming off of 280 off of 101. >> thank you very much, mike. thank you for joining us. another local news update coming up in half an hour. hope you have a great tuesday morning.
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♪ welcome back to "today." tuesday morning, august 5th, 2014. willie is off today. there's a reason we're playing this song. >> that's right. >> "royals" by lorde. >> how do you think you would call cattle? >> come, come, cow. that'll be all, pig. >> well, a kansas farmer has found a unique way to herd his cattle. watch what happens when he plays that song on a trombone in an open field. ♪
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>> i love this. >> oh, my gosh. >> how much songs did he go through until he discovered they would come to lorde? >> it's amazing. they respond to music. the cows love the trombone, apparently. and look. they all come running from all over. >> what we don't see behind him is ten people holding feed. >> that's pretty good. >> i love that your favorite new song, al's summer cut right now is -- >> "bang bang." yeah. let's see. hold on. >> nicki minaj, jessi j. go ahead.
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>> hold on. >> you got to have this ready. >> when you walk over to do the weather, do it to the "bang bang." ♪ >> you would come running if you heard that song. >> it all comes together so nicely. >> all right. ♪ ♪ ♪
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thanks, al. right now, we are seeing clouds and some rain, significant rain north of sacramento. some of that is trying to spill back into the north bay this afternoon. you'll see some of those showers dropping in from north to south. and probably clipping the tri-valley later on this afternoon. we'll see highs in the 80s around the south bay, close to 70 in san francisco. late-day showers possible around the peninsula. a chance of thunder north around santa rosa, and highs in the tri-valley today, in the 80s, climbing into the 90s tomorrow. >> remember that time you mimed the forecast? just blew that one out of the water. >> nicki minaj and jessi j. >> it was like interpretive dance. >> thank you so much for being you. all right. well you recognize him, mark duplass as his role from "the league." you may know him as melissa mccarthy's love interest in
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"tammy." >> now find him in "the one i love." we call it rom com drama with a big plot twist. but we can't tell you what it is. we bring mark on because he can't really tell us what it's all about either except to say this is sort of a love story where people find their best selves. >> i think that's a good way to put it. i'm not allowed to talk about the movie. so you just keep talking about it. >> there's a plot twist we're trying to get around. >> yeah. we're not talking about, like, you know, the sixth sense or anything. >> you're not going to give it away. >> it's not a crying game situation. we're good. >> wow. >> we're all good. but basically it's sort of an examination of what it's like at the beginning of your relationship when everything is wonderful and you present that best version of yourself to people. you talk about how you like to go to museums when really you're
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just like streaming "game of thrones." >> yeah. you say what you think they want to hear. >> what they want to hear. then three months later you eventually find out, oh, wow. you're really not at all who you said you were. and then how do you reconcile those things? and that way it's a lot like marriage. >> nice. you never have so much as a script as a 50-page outline. for some folks that would be terrifying. >> it can be terrifying and you can fall flat on your face, which is part of the fun. but all dialogue in the film is improvised. hopefully it gives you a sense of spontaneity and freshness. really these movies live and die by the chemistry. you know? and while i knew that elizabeth would be extremely attracted to me, you know -- >> of course. who wouldn't? >> i had to make sure there was enough material for me to be into her. >> and that worked out okay? >> it's tough. i've got to say, it's tough. >> especially when you have a wife that also works with you on your other show, "the league."
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how is that working with your spouse especially when your other costars fall madly in love with you? >> it's always happening. >> it's happening right now. >> with you? >> i'm in love with him. >> i thought so. >> felt the heat. >> feeling the heat, al. so on the show "the league," it's interesting because my wife doesn't play my wife on the show. i'm single on the show, and she's married to steve who is a lovely gentleman who makes out with my wife all the time on the show who i really just hate him personally. no, i'm kidding. >> but you love al. >> all right. we'll work on that scent, al. we'll really get there. >> you are incredible that you can keep a straight face with this one staring at you. >> it's what you have to do. >> you can ad-lib an entire movie, so you can work through that. >> al was in my dressing room
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this morning. >> hey, now. >> yeah. >> was there a gopro cam? >> this needs to be continued, clearly. >> no, it doesn't. >> al is the one i love, guys. when it comes down to it. >> that's the secret. >> yes. >> mark duplass, thank you. and al says really thank you. "the one i love" hits theaters august 22nd. >> i need a cigarette. >> for those of you starting to check out college, we'll tell you which one is ranked number one for food, financial aid, college atmosphere. that after this. discover brookside,
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i think that's a badge of honor. >> i think it is too. but the thing to remember is all the lists in the book are linked directly by students. 130,000 students surveyed went into the party school list as well as all the rankings. >> lighten up, syracuse. >> all right. let's talk about some of the most gorgeous campus. colgate university in new york named most beautiful campus. what's the criteria? >> it was voted by students. look at the physical structure of this campus. it is the quintessential wonderful, northeastern school. it's 575 acres. it is absolutely gorgeous. >> stunning. now, best classroom experience, bard college. students really come to play. >> bard college. it's the first time in the number one spot. they asked students to rate their faculty. what's the physical stilt like
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on campus. and they say they are eccentric individuals but they love the experience. >> very small school. >> yeah. >> all right. let's talk financial aid because for parents that's a must. and pomona college. >> they were number four on the list. now number one. $61,000 is the sticker price. $44,000 in freshman granting. that brings that down to about $17,000. that's lower than one year of public college. >> all right. let's go to the academics. school with the best professors. reed college in oregon. >> fabulous small school. 1400 kids. and students say they have to remember two things about their faculty in class. class discussion and class debate. students also surveyed this year that it's their favorite place and the most popular place is the library no matter the day of
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the week. >> really? i love that. so best college dorms, the winner is -- >> wash u in st. louis. this has been a wonderful school for a long time. >> gorgeous. >> it's a lovely school. 6800 kids. there's ten residential colleges. it's like a small town. there's everything from fitness centers to athletic facilities and of course great living community. >> and best campus food which sometimes is challenging. virginia tech. >> virginia tech was number four last year. number one this year. you're talking about big schools. 24,000 kids. >> we've got to try it. >> let's swap over to tamron. she's in the orange room. >> guys, we have a lot of tweets coming in from viewers giving love to their university. georgetown college will always have my heart. that's an adorable picture.
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michelle says college is a couple years away, but representing washington. and i've got to give a shoutout to temple university. back over to you guys. >> anybody from syracuse? >> hold on. >> thank goodness they didn't serve food like this at rutgers. i would have gained that freshman 15. >> freshman 30. thank you so much. great stuff. coming up next, tamron's heating things up in the kitchen. show you how to cut down your cooking time. and we're not talking takeout. cooking time. our daughter begged ustakeout. to sign her up for karate. we thought it was going to be just another phase, but she's a total natural. which makes us karate parents. one day i noticed her gi looked dingier than the other kids. but now since tide plus bleach alternative has more whitening power... i used it to wash her gi and now she's all...pow! she looks sharp like a dragon strike. that's not a term. i'm just waiting for her to get into hockey. hockey's for canadians. i'm canadian. and i'm not. [ female announcer ] tide plus bleach alternative.
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and carla sends a picture of her iron skillet. i love mine so much. one of the best gifts i received. and then the indispensable wine opener. although candace, i do like your style. i have never mastered that particular wine opener. so i'll be practicing. so my favorite on my trend day -- tuesday trend is the convection oven. i am obsessed with this convection oven. we have a picture of my kitchen, i think, where i have purchased everything available -- we don't have it. but i spend a butt load on gadgets. this one i can't live without. here to help me learn how to do meals, i got this six months ago. and i have house guests. hi hi. i'm confused over convection versus a traditional oven. first off, what makes the convection oven so special?
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>> it's different from a conventional oven because there's a fan attached to the heating element. that means instead of the heat being stationary and just working off the radiant heat from the walls, the fan is blowing the hot air around so it cooks super evenly and a little bit hotter. >> natalie says she's obsessed with it as well. i have a small kitchen and this allowed me -- al got me a grill. i can grill a steak. then i throw in my vegetables and prepare those all at once without heating up my kitchen. that's why i love it. >> and you get all the benefits of a regular wall oven. >> my guests are hungry. i've prepared one of my favorite things. >> steak? >> where's the protein? >> so vegetables. one of my recipes i learned from a dear friend is two tablespoons of cumin and one of curry. i don't have a favorite brand or
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anything. and so what i do is drizzle olive oil on this, then this with a bit of salt. i don't pretend to be martha stewart, although i do pretend. i do it at 400 for about 15 minutes. >> the only thing to keep in mind with the convection oven is it's hotter in there. that's heavy. >> it is. >> so if you want to -- if you're go i think to use convection, reduce the time you're baking or roasting. >> it's different. 400 is different from conventional to convection. >> that's right. reduce the temperature by 25 degrees. instead of 400 roast at 375. >> now, these are scones. i make scones every weekend. meyer lemon scones. we have a picture of what i cooked this past weekend in my convection oven. that's not what i cooked.
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that's me. i did bake eggs this weekend and i do scones. and they turn out wonderfully. >> the great thing about baking in -- you know, when you're baking in a traditional oven most ovens have hot spots. that's why you have to rotate your trays. >> keep rotating. >> i will keep chatting about this on twitter. we'll have more for you next tuesday in my trends. this "today" on nbc.
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work as a handy man. two sisters says he lured them to a secluded area and touched them inappropriately. detectives arrested the man on friday. police say he has no criminal record. santa clara county leaders will consider a plan to give unaccompanied immigrant children a safe place to stay. the plan would give the children temporary housing with host families or in community groups. thousands of children who cross the border illegally to escape violence in latin america are being held in texas and southern california. well, let's check your weather this morning with rob. >> well, unusual weather to say the least for august. we're looking at light rain at times for parts of the north and east bay, but probably more sunshine around areas san jose south during the afternoon. 80s, south of san jose. upper 60s to low 70s around the coast and peninsula. still the chance of an isolated thundershower. mid-80s around pleasanton for today with isolated showers.
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things do turn drier tomorrow and warmer as we wrap up the week. now for a check of your morning commute, here's mike. >> we're looking over here towards southbound 101 in palo alto. things are still gumming up. the last of the crash has appeared to have cleared between university and san antonio. but we have a slower drive sticking around. look at the map. not quite as bad as it was. we're rippling back for our recovery from about marsh. across the dumbarton bridge, things are very pleasant. a lighter commute, because it's later in the commute, northbound 880 still slow from 280 to 101. and 87 had a tough morning, scott, because of early problems on 101, 87 has been taking a lot more commuters. the rest of your bay moving very smoothly. back to you. >> mike, thank you. another local news update for you coming up in half an hour.
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody. >> we're happy to be alive. it's booze day tuesday, august 5th. we're exhausted. hoda's birthday is killing me. turning 60 was easier than turning 50 for hoda. >> one of the things i always wanted to do, they asked me what my bucket list was. i was like, i don't know. anyway, one of the things i always wanted to do was sing backup. the issue is i can't sing. >> that's not true.
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you can sing. you just can't sing harmony. >> anyway, so kath gave me a little lesson. in the earlier hour, 8:30, we got a chance to sing backup with kenny loggins. my mic was actually turned on. >> yes. >> but anyway, let's take a look. we didn't actually get to see it. >> no, we were doing it. ♪ foot loose, foot loose kick off your sunday shoes ♪ ♪ jack get back, come on before we crack ♪ >> hoda! >> oh, my god. it was so much fun. >> we got the crowd going and everything. y if you can't move to a song like "footloose," you need an i.v. >> when you want to do something and suddenly you step up to a
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mic and they go, stand by, you're about to sing. i've sang in my apartment, in the makeup room, to you, but never like that. >> and kenny is such a great sport. >> he's going to join us again. >> it's not called the blue sky riders. it's blue sky riders. it's like his third incarnation musically. if you've never been to a kenny loggins concert, stop it. he's one of the greatest performers you'll ever see. 66 years old now and singing better than ever. love him. >> he was great. >> you were amazing. >> it was so much fun. >> please tell me sky diving is not on your bucket list. >> no, it ain't, girl. we have a friend who's here. >> and he's wearing underwear. that's important. because today is national underwear day. >> it is. all right. we just want to the give a shoutout to ben goldman. he's here. i met ben -- >> look at him. >> i met ben goldman in central park. he met matt. he was in studio 1a when he was
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10 years old. he had stage three brain cancer. he came out of it better than ever. he saw me in the park, handed me a note. can you believe this kid is 18? >> no, i thought he was with morgan stanley or something. >> i work for fox connecticut news in hartford. when i saw you running, i said, i have to meet hoda kotb. i watched where why you were running, wrote a note, and now i'm in studio 1a. >> in other words, you're a stalker. >> you got that right. exactly. >> i saved your letter because it was so beautiful. i put it in my little phone thing. >> it's a miracle you found it. >> i save certain things. >> you don't want to show that phone number again. you know what happened the first time. >> this kid is going to be huge. he's like al michaels. look. that's al michaels right there. >> all right. thanks. so it is national underwear day. >> are you wearing any? >> i always do. unless i forget some.
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>> are spanx enough? >> the only time i have not worn them is when i go to the gym in the morning and look in the bag and say, oh, my gosh, i forgot them. that's happened before. >> do you know how many pairs the average woman wears? >> how many? >> you can read it. it's right there. 21. >> how many do you own, roughly? >> i don't know. i don't count often enough to know. >> stop with the percentages. how many do you have? >> i guess maybe six. no, i got granny panties. >> i'm like you. i have the ones i wear every day. i always wear hanky pankys because they're great with clothes. >> everybody loves them. >> and it doesn't matter your size. >> it depends on how bloated i feel, you know. i like the kind that come up around the tummy. >> sometimes i love those too. >> so 18% of you -- of us wear sexy underwear. oh, i'm not even going to say that. >> and 80% of women -- >> you're sick, amanda. you're perverted. >> but 80% of women are wearing
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the wrong bra size. >> including me right now. >> people always talk about that. anyway -- >> i saw this in the paper the other day. if you're offended by this, you may hold me accountable. >> but let's do our disclaimer. >> we're apologizing ahead of time. >> what you're going to see are peaches. they're fruit. >> allegedly. >> no, they're fruit. so don't freak out. >> it's a fruit seller in china. watch. >> she put underwear on peaches. she calls them peaches panties. >> i think it's genius. and you can actually send someone a box of nine peaches in panties for around $65. that's just brilliant marketing. >> here's what he says. the creator claims they're sweet, tasty, sexy, and funny and there's nothing tacky about them. >> not at all now that you know it's a peach. >> people are about to write in. >> they're peaches! >> stop writing us. >> some are more peachy than
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others. and this is the interesting thing. you can customize your peaches. you can take custom orders. >> anyway, you can go on our website. this is one of those cute baby pictures we like to show you. north west. there's never a bad photo. kanye is working on his new album. that's what she looks like. >> she's a little girl now. she's a toddler. >> gorgeous, gorgeous. >> precious, yes. >> so here's something clever. you know how people are always taking great pictures of their babies and go on photo shoots and swaddle them? this guy decided instead of putting the baby in those positions, he put dogs or puppies. so these are some of the ones they took. so there's one all swaddled. and here's another one. the feet. >> that was me at 3:00 this morning. all of the sudden louie was in
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bed with us. >> this is like a baby. >> i'm sorry. i feel that way. i do. now that cody is 6'4" and won't get in a blanky like that. i miss it. he won't suck his thumb or anything. >> so we want to ask your opinion on this next story. katie, this young girl got katy perry tickets. the mom said she was acting up and was fed up. she said, i'm going to take those tickets and sell them on ebay or whatever it was. she posted this thing on facebook for all to see that her 18-year-old is a spoiled brat, she didn't deserve the tickets. the tickets sold in 90 minutes. here's the question. >> did she put a picture of her daughter too? >> there was a picture on her facebook page. so was what appropriate or not? >> there's got to be a back story to this. it seems to me -- you brought
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this up. i want to give credit to hoda about this. say what you were thinking. >> i just said maybe the girl was just being a real pain in the neck and the mother says, look, i'm telling you right now, one more word and i'm going to put these tickets and sell them on facebook. and the mother pushed the button. maybe that's how it happened. >> you know, any time -- it seems harsh, but she's not beating her. don't beat your children. and you have to be very, very careful because those things live forever. if you're a loving parent -- i bet she wants it back now, even though she did get $90 for the tickets. >> here's another reason to love taylor swift. she visits often kids in the hospital. she visited this young child who's going through -- at boston's childrens hospital. taylor showed up and gave him a little impromptu concert. let's take a look. ♪ we are never ever ever getting
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back together ♪ >> perfect! ♪ >> what did he say? i couldn't hear. >> so cute. >> so that's getting major, major hits on facebook. >> that video was posted to jordan's page on facebook. i love when artists do things like that. >> i do too. a lot of people do it quietly. that was something someone shot a with phone. just want everyone to know a movie my daughter cassidy was in this past year that really surprised at box office. i think it was in the top ten for two months or something. made over $60 million domestically. really worthwhile. it's called "god's not dead." out on dvd now. >> so if your to-do list never, ever gets done, join the club. we're going to show you how to avoid getting overwhelmed. >> and these overwhelmingly handsome men, we love them. you do too. answering your relationship
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in all directions. if that's you, we're about to help you find some balance. >> bridget is a washington post columnist and the author of "overwhelmed: work, love, and play when no one has time." >> and meredith is the editor and chief of "redbook." >> ladies, welcome. >> hello, ladies. >> it's a common theme, isn't it? >> is it about prioritizing? sometimes you open your eyes in the morning and you're like, oh, my god, i have a million things. i haven't even started my day yet. >> haven't brushed your teeth and you want to get back in bed. >> that is a part of it. there is an awful lot to do all the time. some of it is just the era that we're living in. we overwork. we work among the most hours of any advanced economy. we overdo, overparent, helicopter, hover. we spend our most amount of time with our children, so we have very little leisure time. we don't value leisure time. vacation is seen as something that's for wimps. >> people are afraid to take vacations sometimes given the
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economy. they end up packing their days and their holidays. >> it's true. what people forget is that actually taking time off is not only better for you physically, but mentally. chronic stress can give you heart disease. it can give you all sorts of illnesses. you owe it to yourself and to your body to take time off. >> but then people don't. they might take a vacation, but they take all of their social media stuff with them. >> or their work stuff. >> they're just in a different place doing the same amount of work. before e-mails, returning a thousand e-mails, what did people do? >> right. >> how did they get it done? >> well, i think that goes back to the very original point that you made. what's important. i think that's one of the things of all of this flood of information and technology, you're always feeling behind and that you can never catch up. >> letting somebody down. >> i know people are probably nodding their heads. so a to-do list. let me write all the things i
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have to do and i'll check them off and alleviate some stress. no? >> that's sabotaging yourself. one of the most important things to do is remember your working memory can only hold seven pieces of information at a time. >> that's on a good day. >> write everything down, do a brain dump. but when you come to figure out what you're going to do, choose one thing that's most important and do that first. let everything else slide. >> what do you do when you have the boss calling you saying, where is that whatever i expected an hour ago? we have to answer to so many people. i didn't know the statistic you just said that we're spending more time with our children? >> yes, working mothers spend more time with their kids than stay-at-home mothers did in the '60s and '70s. >> interesting. the brain dump is interesting. we're trying to think of solutions. give us some -- what's an idea? if you're feeling overwhelmed with your kids and life, what are things people can do to alleviate that a little bit? >> well, to go back to the vacation thing for a moment, i feel like that's part of it.
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whether you can only take a three-day weekend or you have your summer off, you're a mom, you can take a couple of weeks just to be with your kids, plan it in advance. 90% of people say they've had a great vacation because they've planned it a month in advance. and if you're working, you know, obviously ask for the time off, but then ten days before you go, remind everyone in your office that you're going to be gone. so no one is jumping at you. >> does anybody do voicemail anymore besides me? >> you should do an out-of-office alert because it builds you a little cushion of time. >> i also find if you follow that be here now, wherever you are you're here, you're less stressed because you're not spending all your time -- you know how you are. don't tell me about the next three things i have to do. just right now. suddenly you don't feel so overburdened with everything that's coming later. >> another thing that's important is to recognize you don't have to earn it. a lot of times women in particular throughout history have felt like they need to earn time off. they don't deserve it.
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surprise for the men. we're adding the first ever female to the panel. her name is bobbi palmer. she's a dating coach for women over 40 and the ceo and founder of datelikeagrownup.com. she's very smart. we're going to see who's smarter. you three or bobbi. >> okay. let's begin. we're going across the street for our first question. >> hi. i'm michelle rogers from texas. gentlemen, my question is, under what scenario you most comfortable with meeting a woman? internet, grocery store, library, walking around with friends, being single, or at a bar? >> good question. >> as a married man, i no longer look for women, but back in the day the church was a good place to find someone. you can find anything you want in church. >> you know, it's funny because i was just a little bit off of
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church. i was going with strip clubs. you know, because the women are very friendly there for some reason. >> but at church you can preapprove. ricky is a nice boy. >> i like barbecues. picnics. they're friendly engagements with a lot of people around. >> now let's hear the smart person. >> you can meet men everywhere and anywhere. keep your eyes up, smile, and you will meet men every single place you go in your life. >> it's who you are, not where you are. >> being the kind of person you want to be with, right? >> let's let that marinate. >> what is going on? >> be the change you want to see. i had to ruin it, huh? >> okay. we have another question. here's a viewer e-mail. paula said, is it possible to teach a man how to be thoughtful and romantic? my husband says it's too hard for him to act like that. really?
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>> that's a horrible generality. everyone in general is thoughtful and romantic. >> not everyone. >> that's not true. >> i think you can teach a guy these things, but you have to have patience, and you may die before he actually learns. >> you know what? we're a little bit -- positive reinforcement. when he does something that's right, really let him know it's right. >> and that you appreciate it. >> just like you give a puppy a treat when it doesn't poop on the floor. you give him a treat for not pooping on the floor. >> let's listen to bobbi. >> i love it. so you have to let him know what that looks like to you, right? guys can't read our minds. >> so true. >> the number one thing men say about women is we expect them to read our minds. if you want him to be more thoughtful and romantic, let him know clearly what that means.
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yesterday, his fishing boat ran aground along the san francisco shoreline. now crews are trying to haul away the boat. it's been spilling fuel for more than 24 hours. tonight, the san jose city council will discuss the results of a recent poll on a sales tax hike. the city talked to 1,500 people by phone and found 67% in san jose would support a quarter cent increase with the money going towards the city's general fund. 65% would support a tax increase if the money helped fund better roads. 71% say they'd be okay with more sales tax if it went to public safety. well, we'll take a look at weather and traffic coming up after the break.
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well, it's been an interesting morning of weather around the bay area, with showers possible. as we head into tonight, perhaps a few more showers moving down the peninsula before things begin to turn drier and warmer, approaching wednesday. speaking of drier and warmer, looks like the south bay today, we'll see most of the sunshine, mid- to upper 80s south of downtown, san jose. close to 70 in san francisco with a slight chance of a scattered showers and the slight chance of an isolated thundershower this afternoon. north of santa rosa with 70s there. 80s around the -- >> around the bay, is i know what rob was going to say. over here, looking at the bay bridge toll plaza, where we have things lightening up a bit, but one of the lanes is blocked, that's why folks are changing the lanes as you approach the cash lanes. looking at your maps, talking about a smoother drive around that approach. no problems, a little slowing for north 880 approaching that
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bend. slow past 880 past the crash, on the north side of stevenson. 880 through fremont. >> thanks, more local news in half an hour. ♪ and if you feel like i feel baby, come on ♪ ♪ come on, woo, let's get it on ♪ >> the guys tell all. let's get it on, people. hold on. i have to take off my panties so i can throw them. >> all right. bobbi lost her virginity to that song. >> thanks for asking. >> you're welcome. >> we're going to go across the street for a question, gang. >> hi. i'm suzy from indiana. i'm 50 and i was curious to know, what is it a man is looking for in a woman or his
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wife? >> what is a man looking for in a woman or his wife? >> i hope he's found it in his wife! i'm just saying. if you still looking for something in your wife, you may have made a mistake. >> well, for me personally, i was looking for somebody who was a teammate, a team player. and i feel i found that. whenever i have an aspiration or a goal and i tell my wife about it, she wants to know what should we do to make it happen. >> i want someone i can laugh with. someone who appreciates some of the things i appreciate but has their own life as well. >> but it hasn't worked out. >> really haven't done a great job. >> bobbi, what do you think? >> well, she said specifically after 50. i think that especially the gentlemen who are older are really looking -- it's kind of like what you said. really looking for a teammate, really looking for a partner. we're not building lives, we're
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living great lives we've already created. >> but you build things together. >> a home, a family. >> you've got to get a prenup. >> a guy wants to relax with his woman. he wants to feel at peace, safe. >> like a woman wants with her man. >> michelle davis, viewer e-mail. she says, how come guys can't be upfront about their feelings? they beat around the bush about everybody. say what you mean and mean what you say. >> be the person you want to be with. >> i think guys tell the truth as a general rule. we're pretty easy people to figure out. >> what it is is that we tell the truth, but a lot of times people don't want to hear the truth unless it's the truth they want to hear. so we say stuff y'all don't like. wait, why don't you tell us what you want? i just told you. you just didn't like what i said. >> but we're also less verbal naturally, number one. here's the thing.
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>> not this group particularly. >> no. i say, don't worry about what he's saying. worry about what he's doing. if a man is treating you like he loves you, if he's treating you with respect, if he's treating you like he cares for you, then he does. because a lot of dudes know that you want to hear that so they say it, then they do whatever the heck they want to do. >> that's actually -- for you -- >> amazing. >> that's fantastic. >> i've heard it said like this. you got to learn a person's love language. a lot of times a person shares with you in the way they feel loved. >> right. >> sometimes it may not be the same. >> it's like we say, like a grown-up, when he steps up, shows up, and is grown up, then he's a good man for you. if you want him to talk about his feelings, ladies, zip it. stop talking. let him talk. you have to let a man process. they actually think before they talk. it's crazy. >> i love it.
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>> okay. kids, thanks so much. >> if they want to submit a question for our panel, what do they do? >> go to klgandhoda.com. >> and our girl bobbi thomas shares her emotional journey after this. who's singing? >> go ahead, baby. ♪ i'm always talking with my hands so they have to look their best... new revlon colorstay gel envy™ a revolution in modern nail enamel. now, in just two steps, i get what i want. first, our base coat and vivid color in one. second, our revolutionary diamond top coat forms a protective coating... for glass-like shine superior strength and gorgeous, life-resistant wear don't be envious. be envied! new revlon colorstay gel envy™ 30 vibrant, easy-to-remove shades revlon
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you're trying to figure out how to internalize and deal with the process itself. then also loving the skin i'm in and not feeling, i feel fat or i feel like a failure or all the other things that go through your head. i'm nervous and really excited at the same time. it's been a few weeks of shots and things haven't been so fun. but i'm also nervous about not having viable eggs. so it is early in the morning, and i am waiting for my monitoring appointment, which happens every other day. i have to get some blood taken. i also get an ultrasound so they
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can see how many follicles are growing and what the progress is. how'd it go last night with the shot? >> it made me nauseous. i woke up this morning. is that normal? >> yes. uterine lining looks great. it's a vaginal ultrasound with a needle attached to it. it's applied to suction. the needle is place into the ovaries. fluid is drained. eggs come with the fluids. >> we were able to get more eggs than last time. the next step is to see, you know, whether they are able to fertilize and if so, we just hope that they are good quality because that's the most important part. >> wow. and bobby is here with the
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doctor. gynecologist and inter fifertii specialist. >> i'm so fortunate and so loved. i have to say the biggest reason i wanted to talk about this is because it's hard enough to go through. to make something a secret. i found myself whispering in the hallways. so many women were going through it. she's my biggest girl crush. you really need to find a support system and a doctor like this who can help you get through it. >> not just clinical but cared for you. >> who cares for you. it's really important. i would joke around. i've broken two skirts, the zippers on the side. i have two nursing bras. i take it in a different way.
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i'm so flattered somebody is interested in what's going on with me. i don't think somebody is intentionally like is that a bu burrito or a baby bunch. thank you for e-mailing well wishes. >> how is bobby doing? >> i've seen a complete transformation and acceptance this is what's happening. she is going through this process with grace. she's resilient. she's trusting and i think it just really makes the process so much easier to go through. >> no guarantees this is going to end up with a baby. >> what i've learn sod much thanks to the doctor we see celebrities on tv with babies at 46. the reality is that's not normal. talking to her, it's not a one and done. ivf is not a solution.
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you go through a process, one round. you can spend $20,000. i have insurance. i'm really lucky. most don't. they mortgage their house and have no guarantees it will work. mine didn't the first time. >> we're going to keep following you as you go through the process. your husband michael is so supportive. >> he is. more information online about when you should talk to your a doctor and all that if there are more questions. >> we really appreciate it. >> i'll be on facebook talking about it. still to come, kenny loggins and blue sky riders. he's a brave man. after this. america, land of the free and home of the mouth-watering ball park frank. made with 100% angus beef and just a dash of democracy. ball park franks. so american, you can taste it. introducing america's greatest invention ever. parks finest, from ball park. what? made with 100% beef, no nitrates, and infused
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we're back with our special series as we celebrate hoda's birthday week. the last of the boomer generation turning 50 this year. >> in case you missed it earlier, kathie lee and i got to do a little back-up singing with kenny loggins.
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he's here with his band mates, blue sky riders, who have one album out and another on the way. >> you guys have such great reviews with this first cd. now you're eight songs into the new one. >> yeah, we've written about seven songs. we're trying to use kick starter. we are using kick starter to generate funding to make the new album. also to create a community. we've found our audience through kick starter. they found us. >> people love being involved in the process, don't they? >> it's so fun. >> i heard if somebody gives $10,000 to the project, you'll come and do a house concert? >> well, not exactly. no, no. >> timeout. what is it? >> well, let's say it's 25 or 30? >> i think it's 25. >> all right. okay. >> tell me about the magic of this band. it's new. it's exciting an interesting. >> well, this is gary from
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nashville, tennessee. garry's written 14 number-one songs. he's in the songwriter hall of fame. >> congrats. >> thanks. >> and georgia has sung all over the world with everybody. now you sort of fell in love and you're like -- >> we fell in love. >> you've fallen in love enough. >> it's really fun. we all have our own little separate careers. some littler than others. we bring it all together, and it's a really wonderful harmony. >> it's been so amazing. i've been alone my whole career. suddenly these two guys at my side. it's just so great. >> you're having a ball in the middle. >> she's the middleman. >> the weird thing is, the cool thing is every night we're on stanl, it just feels so good.
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the fans doing this whole kick starter thing, they're so much a part of it. >> they're invested. >> you're going to be somewhere tonight. >> city winery. >> okay. don't go anywhere. guess who's going to sing for us? they are! and we're not involved. you'll probably enjoy it this time. this is "today" on nbc.
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♪ can't get enough of it. all right, everybody. that was a real joy. hoda -- >> is it over? >> yes. you had a great time, didn't you? >> it was such a blast. a big thank you to kenny loggins for doing that. >> now we're going to leave you with the newest song from kenny
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loggins and blue sky riders. it's called "what went right." have an awesome booze day tuesday. we'll see you for wines day wednesday. ♪ ♪ ♪
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well, good morning, everyone. thank you for joining us. i'm scott mcgrew. >> i'm kris sanchez. we're learning new details now about the boat that ran aground along san francisco's shoreline. as crews towed it out to water, the skipper's criminal history is coming to light. bob redell is live at ocean beach with the latest. good morning, bob. >> good morning, kris and scott. you can see her there behind me here on ocean beach, the paloma, 38-foot fishing vessel, still grounded here. a salvage crew was able to use that heavy machinery to drag her during high tide this morning, about 70 feet closer to shore. they'll try again to get it completely out of the water during the next hig

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