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construction is coming along and the green is coming along. why is that? >> it's a milestone because crews are rolling out the new turf. last week they started installing 18,000 seats inside that stadium. pretty cool stuff. >> we'll be back with a local news update at 7:25. good morning. new scare, growing fear. a deputy ebola in america died, and a deputy tested for the disease while five major u.s. airports prepare to step up screening of all passengers coming in from west africa. inspired by isis. nbc news learned that intelligence officials have pick up the chatter of possible terrorist attacks against u.s. targets in canada. one plot involved mowing down shoppers in a crowded mall. new fallout, steven collins loses another role amidst investigations of child mole molestatio molestations. authority investigate claims
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collins sexually abused three young girls, and ma kprrks is back, one of the most legendary rock bands of all time, fleetwood mac together again live on our plaza. don't stop thinking about "today" thursday, october 9th, 2014. ♪ from nbc news, this is "today." with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from rockefeller plaza. welcome to a very special thursday here, savannah is on maternity live, and matt has the morning off. we were dancing before the show started. >> poor matt missing out today. >> oh, what we have all waited for. >> look at that crowd. it is huge. older than our one direction crowd.
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just as fervent and as dancing. >> this is cute. they are singing several songs. >> how do you narrow it down? 50 hits, and what will they play? wait to find out. we can't wait. let's begin with concerns over the ebola virus in the wake of the death of the first person diagnosed in this country. nbc national correspondent kate snowe in omaha where another patient who was working in liberia is being treated. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. doctors here are hopeful that he'll show improvement after a blood transfusion from a survivor happened yesterday. meantime in dallas, though, despite what the hospital called a courageous fight, thomas is gone. >> we are gathering to remember eric. >> a solemn prayer service, a community coming together to mourn thomas eric duncan, the
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first to die of ebola in the united states. his wish was to see his son he had not seen in 16 years. he died wednesday morning before his son could visit. his fiance and others in quarantined so the church live streamed the service so they could watch. they took precautions with the body. they asked if he would have been alived the first time he showed up at the er, including his fian fiance. >> thought he should have been admitted right away and taken this more seriously. >> reporter: with the community on edge, a sheriff's deputy who served the family the quarantine order, was admitted to the same hospital wednesday saying he felt ill. >> the risk is minimal, but, again, we are taking all precautions. >> reporter: started saturday at jfk and others, authorities take temperatures and ask questions of passengers coming in from
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three west african nations. >> per each airport, only a handful p people. >> reporter: it's not happening yesterday. a veterans customs and border protection officer at newark airport spoke with nbc news with the identity concealed. >> we don't have the proper safety equipment. officers don't even from lysol. >> reporter: in spain, a dog owned by a nurse who contracted ebola was put down, and the spanish government did not want to take chances even though scientists are not sure dogs can carry ebola. we reached out to customs and border control to see what the agents said. they will identify passengers that have issues and hand them on to health professionals to do monitoring. that's all from here, back to you. >> thank you. according to an nbc news survey, before the death, 73% of spots said they agree the u.s. should screen for ebola.
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as kate mentioned, it's going to happen at five major u.s. airports. nbc tom castillo has been fol w following. >> great to see you. >> he went up to brussels and up to dulles. how do you track all the people coming? >> the five airports they are screening at, that makes up 94%, they believe, of the passengers travels from west africa. they'll come into newark, jfk, dulles, chicago o'hare, and atlanta. that's 94%. >> i step off the plane from west africa from the region rpgs what's the process look like? what happens? >> met by customs and border patrol, that's normal. you might be met by a cdc personnel, and what they do is, i have a prop, this is not what they will do exactly, but they take the temperature, different
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than this, it's a hands free device, are you running a temp, you are normal. if you had 101.5 and symptomatic, they pull you aside to question you about your travel history, where have you been, have you been exposed to anybody with ebola? the trouble is a lot of people can still get through. if you don't have a temp, exposed to ebola, symptoms do not show up, they ask you, okay, just keep an eye on your symptoms. it symptoms develop over the next 2 is 1 days, see a medical professional and report yourself to the health department or cdc. it's a hole in the system, frankly. >> in the same survey conducted, 51% surveyed are worried about an outbreak of ebola in the u.s. the procedures may not have prevented him from getting in the country, is that true? >> he was not symptomatic, didn't have a temperature we believe. if they show up, no temperature, exposed to ebola, they may not be symptomatic for a couple days.
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that's what critics point to, whether this will do as much good as everybody would like. >> hope it helps a little bit. tom, thank you so much. >> you bet. growing concerns about isis inspired terrorism on u.s. targets in canada. they could lead to increased security around public buildings there. nbc's justice correspondent pete williams has the latest. good morning. >> reporter: they are monitoring hundreds of people in canada who have gone to syria returned or tried and failed and didn't make the trip. they have desires to carry out the same attacks that cause problems in other countries like a shooting attack in shopping malls to public beheadings. they stopped the potential shopping mall attack before it got anywhere. this increased concern is prompted in partly this week's vote in the canadian parliament to join the coalition of nation
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to carry out targets in iraq. while intelligence officials say some of the discussions they intercemented raise the possibility of attacking both canadian and u.s. targets in canada, they have not picked up any talk of coming to the u.s. to stage attacks here. >> pete, thank you very much. another shooting of a missouri teenager sparking outrage this morning. >> protests overnight in st. louis after another deadly officer-involved shooting. officials say an off duty officer working a private security job approached four men who ran from him. the officer then gave chase and caught an 18-year-old, and police say that man then fired shots at the officer who returned fire, killing the young man. after the shooting, large crowds gathered at the scene to protest. the incident occurred on the eve of demonstrations scheduled to take place in nearby ferguson over the fatal shooting of michael brown two months ago. another wildfire in california forces evacuations
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and closed part of an interstate. the applegate fire destroyed one home and it's called suspicious and burned 400 acres and 80 structures threatened. eastbound interstate 80 was closed to traffic. a boat sank on the island of bali, 49 passengers and a dozen wedding guests on board at the time. 17 people were killed. officials said the both sank after a malfunction of the engine and water pump. eight rescued including the captain. the rescue was suspended wednesday night due to high waves there. a houston bus stop turned into a lake wednesday after a massive water main break. officials say it was a 20 inch pipe in the bus shutter and intersection flooded as you see in the middle of the afternoon commute. not good timing. a cat burglar caught on tape. take a look at this surveillance video from san jose, california.
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now that is a mountain lion on top of that car. as you can see, it's taking a look around, neighbors believe the big cat came from a nearby park home of deer and small game. residents there, obviously, worried because a lot of people walk their dogs late at night, have children too. don't want that mountain lion around that. >> good news is he hot wired it and drove off. >> that's a good security device to keep your car safe. >> wow. that'll do it. >> thank you, natalie. >> you got it. we have remnants of sometim and possibility of flash flooding in two areas, one in the rockies, looking in the upper midwest, some strong storms approaching really severe weather as we watch this area work its way into the central rockies, liberal, amarillo, texas, watching the possibility of strong storms. heaviest activity right now back
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through kansas city on into st. louis. denver going to be looking at showers, back to the mountains, see a little light snow, rain and thunderstorms continue. here we go, the activity gets itself together, back to the plains, kansas city, st. louis, on into cincinnati. some may have severe flooding, one to two inches back to denver and dodge city, but as you get into the midwest, isolated areas of five inches that could lead to significant flooding. your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds.
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7:11. good thursday morning to you. i'm meteorologist christina loren. basically we're looking at a repeat performance of yesterday. maybe a touch cooler. we'll bring your numbers down even more so for friday. look at what happens over the weekend. those numbers jump back to summertime levels. here's the deal, though, we've got rain and potentially a lot of it on the way. it's looking good when it comes to our drought situation. ray rice's. today national correspondent craig melvin is here. good morning. >> good morning. this is the first time all the owners have met with the commissioner since he admitted he mishandled that case with former baltimore ray rice. on the same day goodell met with his bosses, another star running back was facing a judge.
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nfl owners and commissioner roger goodell huddled up. >> we won't let bitter get in the way of perfect, but we want to get the right policy in place as quickly as possible. >> owners are considering who should conduct investigations, law enforcement or independent agents. how to handle players awaiting a trial and who should discipline players? it's been goodell. >> that could change. >> how real is it under the new plan that your power to discipline unilaterally? >> well, i said everything is on the table. >> reporter: nfl owners also watched 40 minutes domestic violence presentation featuring joe irwin. >> think about the women in your life. the women that you love. >> reporter: the nfl can lead on this issue. >> i think the nfl has a dominant position to put its stake in the ground and make a difference.
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>> reporter: as owners and the commissioner met in a manhattan hotel. minnesota viking star adrian peterson answers charges of negligence recklessness to a child. police say he beat his 4-year-old with a tree branch. >> he is chomping at the bit to publicly talk and defend himself. i urge all of to you wait. don't rush to judgment. >> reporter: peterson still draws his $691,000 a week salary but they are trying to force the team to put him on leave. as to the leak, commissioner goodell hopes to have that personal conduct policy in place by the super bowl. >> let's hope all these meetings lead to real change. if are you an at&t wireless customer, you could have money coming your way. the company will pay $105 million to settle allegations it put unauthorized charges on cell phone bills. nbc's national correspondent
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peter alexander has the latest for us. good morning. >> so this has to do with those tech messages that pop up on your phone and come out of nowhere, horoscopes, sometimes celebrity gossip. it turns out you may have been paying for them, too. today's cell phone bill can be as long as they are confusing. not reading that fine print could cost you. maybe you've heard this. and received a text message like this and this is a real example. the placement of a donkey's eyes on its head enables it to seal all four feet at all time. random, right? they say at&t customers were build for unsolicited tech through spam to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars. >> they call this cramming. >> yes. that means placing charges, cramming charges on bills that you don't know are there. >> now, at&t will pay $105
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million in penalties, including $80 million for unlawful billing where the fee shows up as an unauthorized $9.99 monthly description. at&t says it discontinued billing for those charges last year. the ftc is suing for the same thing. >> reporter: you never checked your bill? >> no. >> reporter: do you think maybe you should? >> yeah, i should. >> you may get a spam message and be inclined to ignore it. that's a big mistake. you should probably run your computer and check your bill. >> reporter: he says look for vague terms like usage or service charge or $4.99 or $9.99 and check your total bill. if it's higher than usual, calm your provider and make sure you didn't get crammed. so if you have at&t and you think you may have been unfairly charged, the federal government has set up a special website where you can apply for a refund.
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this is what it looks like. to make it easier for you, we posted the link to this site on our site at willie, tamron. >> thank you so much. we were all saying it's so difficult to read through your bill. >> like you said your bill is online. it's even harder. >> it is really aggravating. the nobel peace prize will be announced tomorrow. leading the field of two potential winners are two different world figures, nbc's keir simmons has more on this story. good morning. >> reporter: according to odds maker, the front runner going into tomorrow's announcement is pope frances and unlikely company, his biggest challenger is said to be edward snowden. pope frances would be the first pontiff in history to receive the nobel peace prize. in his 18 months as pope, conflicts of syria and iraq. in july, appealing tearful, he urged an end to war. >> he actually said, stop, just
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stop. it was really totally unscripted and passion fat. >> reporter: on a trip to the holy land, he urged juice and palestinians to make peace. humbly, he famously paid his own hotel bill. while some say he hasn't fully addressed the abuse scandal, he has reached out to the young and the poor. >> reporter: the pope has held our position of solidarity with the poor, solidarity marginalized. in a deeper sense, a common responsibility in the world. >> reporter: another peace prize nominee edward snowden would be deeply divisive despite his claim that leaking nsa secrets was good for the world. >> it's actually not just costing us our safety about our life and our way of life.
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>> reporter: he is still viewed as a criminal by the u.s. government live income asylum in russia. speaking of russia, another surprise name on the list, vladmir putin nominated to fight the war if you crane and shooting down ms-17. another reason he soon may be named one of the world's great peace makers. now, of course, you could argue calling for peace is the pope's job, but during the very, very difficult time, guys, pope frances has spoken out again and again. >> what a fascinating collection of people. thanks, so much. if you bought a red bull over the last decade or so, you could have money coming your way. carson is here. >> fleetwood mack, you saw this before the magic. give me ten minutes. it will get better. you are right, red bull halls agreed to pay check this out $13 million after consumers claimed false advertising. let's go into the o.r. >> what?
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>> that's right. the company promised increased performance and reaction speed, none of which they experienced after drinking a red bull. red bull maintains that its marketing and labeling have always been truthful. here's the slogan, red bull gives you wings. social media had fun with that. hey red bull, i drank some red bull, it gave me wings, for the problem. so victor writes in, for the sake of humanity, i hope this red bull class action lawsuit settlement is satire. here's the deal, it is not. this is for real. if you had one between these days, you can get $10 in cash by filing a claim online or go to the site. it crashed last night as you can imagine, everybody is going there trying to get their $10 or $15 in products. that's on you. any other slogans you think are misleading. let us know.
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#orangeroom. it's the greatest thing in the morning. >> i got one in "it's a wonderful life." every time you hear a bell ring, an angel gets its wings. >> are you on your own with that one, al. >> how do you prove it? if i had a red bull in 2003, how do i prove that happened? >> willie the time in the o.r. is up. back to you. >> all right. >> we're not here to answer questions. >> get out of here. >> if i had a case a day. >> stop drinking the thing. >> i think it's a one time $10, one time and you are out. coming up, the new accusations being traded between steven collins and his estranged wife. this is a disturbing story. a lot of people are talking about in the wake of his alleged confession to child molestation. >> plus how safe is an artificial turf?
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the zesty cranberry mostarda, the freshly baked flatbread paired perfectly with our autumn squash soup. a delicious meal made just for you only at panera bread. you're watching "today in the bay." >> a very good morning to you. it is 7:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. police on the peninsula say they need your help tracking down the "i.t. poser." they say this man poses as a technician to rob people. he steals wallets and computers when no one is looking. a major route to lake tahoe is partially shut down. the fire is burning alongside
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interstate 80 about 40 miles either of sacramento. at least within home is destroyed. some 80 other buildings are threatened. 380 acres are burned. crews have it only about 10% contained. they have no word on a cause. the san jose earthquake are getting closer to opening a new stadium. any minute now crews are going to start laying down the new turf. the new home of the quakes is located near the san jose airport. you can see it off of 87. it's scheduled to open next year. nice day for those workers out there, christina. >> yeah. that thing went up quick. taking a live look at beautiful san jose. this is a welcome sight to see the low clouds. similar conditions to what we experienced yesterday. this is what we're working towards. nice conditions through friday. then we're going to bring your heat up over the weekend. you can see that in your
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seven-day forecast. temperatures jumping back to summertime levels. then as we get to next week, the entire pattern changes. mostly toward the mid section and end of the week, nonetheless, it's coming. here's your drive. >> a look at the drive at the san mateo toll plaza. a slower drive here. a look at our maps approaching the toll plaza. sounds like everything cleared from the lanes. 880 looking smoother than it did half hour ago. all the usual suspects. the south bay really building in from northbound 85. >> sounds good. another update in half an hour.
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first this is "today" on nbc. . >> it's 7:30 on this thursday morning, the 9th of october. >> what is that? >> no. . >> bring your kids to the television. ask them what is that beautiful woman holding in her hand? >> an 8-track. >> back in our day, you had to play music on. >> you had to warm it up before you put it in there. that's amazing. >> we are counting down, of course, through the legendary fleetwood mac live in concert. >> they were born in '64 t. last one you could find anywhere was
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1982, really the end of the '70s, that was the end of the 8-track. >> i think my dad has a collection. >> it's the size of a vhs tape. what's next? >> it will be a long show. keep it going. >> it starts off with the history of the vhs and the beta. we go back in time. >> meanwhile, let's take a look at what's making headlines, a prayer service was held in dallas last night to remember dallas ebola victim thomas eric duncan. duncan, the first person diagnosed in the u.s. died on wednesday, meantime, a sheriffs deputy who visited the apartment where duncan was staying has been hospitalized over an abundance of caution. people are stranded at hospitals, new procedures, including passenger checks will begin on saturday, dulles, atlanta, chicago will be added to the list next week. police in north carolina under fire for using pepper spray on a black teenager pence
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the home he shared with his white foster parents. cops responded to a call that something was wrong at the address, when the 18-year-old came downstairs and said he lived there, those officers did not believe him. coming up, an eye opening news investigation, could the artificial turf your kids play on be making them sick? my kids spend six days a week on astroturf. a lot of people concerned about the. is your office desk making you fat? there are small changes you can make at work and at the grocery store that can help you actually slow down. >> we begin this half hour into the allegation of the actor steven collins after sexual allegations surfaced. he and his estranged wife are speaking out. halle jackson has the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, collins soon to be ex-wife calls this a deeply sad situation for everyone involved, but the actor's lawyer says she has other motives for going public
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now. >> you've made it. >> i did. >> millions of viewers know steven collins as the dedicated dad and devoted reverend on "7th heaven." >> i've heard people say that they were afraid that if they went back to church, the roof would fall in, but you -- >> reporter: now it's not a tv show but an audio recording that has collins back in the spotlight. tmz released the tape, he has been heard in a therapy session molesting to three young girls. >> it happened. >> with a 10-year-old? >> no, she was 11 then 12 and 13. >> om god. >> reporter: the actor's estranged wife says two years ago, she gave authorities what she called an extremely private recording at their request and denies releasing it to the media. 2012 is the year divorce proceedings began. in documents filed in court,
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grant states more than a decade ago steven used his celebrity status to engender the trust of the families of the children hemolefted. less than 48 hours after the recording was made public, come lins was dropped from the tv show "scandal," cut to the sequel of the movie "ten." his reruns no longer airing on networks. >> there is no question steven now branded and is not a product that people want to buy. >> reporter: collins' lawyer who did not respond to requests for comment said grant has tried to peddle the tape in numerous ways to numerous different people. questioning the timing quote on the eve of the trial in the divorce says, where, again, she is seeking more than what she is entitled. they say to falsely characterize these requests as extortion threats is reckless and continues constitutes yet criminal abuse. no charges have been filed against collins. some of his co-stars from "7th
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heaven." another recuring character said he never noticed anything suspicious on set. tamron, willie. >> thank you very much. >> let's get a check of the weather now from al. the super typhoon vongfong out in the pacific. this has a direct impact on one of our major air force bases. this is southeast of kadena air force base in okinawa. the wednesday are down from yesterday. still a potentially dangerous storm. we could be looking at up to 20 inches of rain out of this. strong winds, damage winds on okinawa. so we will continue to track this today in the northeast, we are looking at a fabulous day. 69 in new york city. boston 63. a lot of soaking rain stretching from the mid mississippi valley into the rockies. flash flooding possible there. sunshine in the pacific northw
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>> 7:35. good thursday morning to you. i have some really good news. we have rain on the way and quite a bit of it. not till next week but nonetheless, i want to put that on the table right to begin with. 67 degrees in san francisco today, 73 on the east short, we hit that sweet stride, more of the same today and tomorrow. if you like summertime weather, if you're trying to get out to the beach, only a couple more great beach days before things change. by monday those temperatures start to drop and by wednesday into friday, rain on the way to the bay area. . >> and that's your latest weather. thanks, a lots. coming up next, is the artificial turf on sports fields across the country pose a potential health risk the your kids? we have an eye opening investigation parents will want to see. on trending, you, mr. roker, that is a new thing happening. at first these messages. ow...
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back now at 7:40 with an nbc news investigation. on artificial turf children across this country play on, could the material be making some people sick? stephanie goss has a report. >> willie, this is an issue that resonates with parents. especially people that pick up those black dots in practices or games. in communities, natural grass has been replaced with turf. a determined college soccer coach are asking, is it really safe? casey sullivan may have taken an afternoon soccer game like this for granted if he had never gotten that diagnosis. >> the doctor came in and he said in all my years of medical practice, this is the worst x-ray i have ever seen the worst x-ray i have ever seen.
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>> reporter: hodgkin's lymphoma stage 4 he was a young goalkeeper on the soccer team. >> the doctors never had a good answer. >> reporter: years later after beating the cancer, he saw university of washington soccer coach. two of her goalkeepers have been diagnosed with similar cancers, a terrible coincidence she thought until taking one of her sick players for chemotherapy. the nurse said, you are like the fourth goal keeper i hooked up this week. >> reporter: the goalie had a theory. >> she says i have a feeling it has something to do with the black dots. >> reporter: the black dots crum rubber are shredded car and truck tires, used in turf fields between artificial blades of grass. they contain the capitals found in most tires t. international agency for cancer research labels four carcinogens. adding at low levels of
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exposure, they are considers safe. on a soccer field, goalkeepers, more than any other player roll around on the turf every practice. >> you end up ingesting the crum rubber by accident. it's unavoidable. >> reporter: he reached out to coach griffin. now he's on the list, names they gather of soccer players who have developed different times of cancer, 38 altogether, 34 of them are goalkeepers a. list is not scientific proof. there is no research wage linking crum rubber exposure to cancer. >> mr. of them are lymph-related cancers. there are others in there, too. what i would say is that in general it's very difficult to study the environment, the relationship between environmental exposure and cancer. >> reporter: no available studies replicate goalkeeper's playing conditions, but many researchers, states and localitys defend the turf safety. david lee has a ph.d. in chemistry and sits on the turf
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board. >> there is certainly a preponderance of evidence to this point that said it is safe. >> reporter: an nbc news investigation put that assertion to the test, gathering available studies and speaking with pediatricians, scientists and advocacy groups who say more research should be done. >> turf fields come with a number of real risks and a number of real benefits and every community that's based with deciding what they want to put in has to kind of weigh in the different risks and benefits for that situation. >> reporter: among the available studies the synthetic turf council points to was one done by the e in 2009. the agency, itself, describes the conclusions as limited. nbc news repeatedly requested an interview. after several e-mails and two phone calls, the e refused. in a statement, a spokesperson says the use of crum rubber remains a state and local decision and more testing feeds to be done. well, if more research needs to be done, why are we allowing our
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children to play on this surface? >> sure. more research can always be done. the question is whether or not the synthetic turf is safe. we got 14 studies on our website that says we can find no negative health effects. >> reporter: pro athletes and school kids alike are playing on more than 5,000 crum rubber fields around the country. new york city parks and los angeles schools no longer install the surface, citing multiple health concerns. other cities with the turch say it's cheaper and more durable than grass and provides more outdoor space for kids to play. sullivan wants his girls to play soccer burks he worries about their exposure to crum rubber. >> our oldest is four-years-old. she started playing soccer. i wouldn't want her to be a goalkeeper. >> anybody that has a kid has seen this stuff. you were talking about it. soccer football, whatever the sport s. there is no medical connection right now between these people getting sick and the turf they are playing on. this is a calm for more research
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to look further into it. right? >> yeah, that's absolutely right t. wide ranging research that's being called for my some people is both difficult and very expensive. and many of the people we catted with have said they hope the federal government will step in, in some way, and conduct that kind of research. both the e and the consumer product safety commission have done studies in the past, limited studies. now people like coach griffin you saw in that piece with casey sullivan are hoping they step in and do much more. >> it sounds like some people will step in now. thank you so much for that report. really interesting. coming up, we will sit down with the legendary members of fleetwood mac. >> first, here's a question for you. do you dress your pet up for halloween? carson is in the orange room with costumes you have to see carson is in the orange room with costumes you have to see this i knew my life as i knew itr, would never be the same. everything stopped. and i just said, "i'm going to beat this." and that's when i found living beyond breast cancer.
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a very good morning to you. it's 7:55. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> a san jose father being hailed a hero for savie ing his family from a house fire. the fire started in the front of the home, quickly friend blocking the front door. he went upstairs to rescue his mother and daughter, and then he ran back in to save his dogs. luckily nobody was hurt. nothing was left of the house but what a hero. i love those stories. >> when anybody does the news, that's what we're usually reporting. let's tag on to that.
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i've got such good news for you. temperatures are going to be comfortable today and tomorrow. it's going to be kind of hot over the weekend but the big story is there's a lot of rain on the way, bay area. 82 degrees, not that hot over there, beautiful shot at belvedere here. more of the same for tomorrow. feeling like summertime but a very short-lived warmup with rain on the way. first chance late monday, the north bay, everybody getting that rain, though, as we head to the end of next week. here's mike with your drive. >> the flow of traffic, look at your map, the entire 880 is jammed. cupertino out of san jose is a very tough drive. the second part of your commute heading into that area in the peninsula. heading to the peninsula, dunbarton bridge adds to the
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slowdown in both directions. slower traffic approaching the bay bridge. >> thank you very much. we'll be back in a half hour.
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today show, a continuación, la >> it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, mind over meals, how to navigate the grocery store to where you should sit in a restaurant. simple tips to help lose those extra pound. over the hump, google gives street view a whole new meaning. their camel back mapping of the arabian desert. we are not lying, fleetwood mac is back. one of the most iconic rock bands of all time, getting ready
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to hit our plaza to perform some of their greatest hits, "today" thursday, october 9, 2014. >> i love fleetwood mac! >> we love stevie! >> hi, mom and dad, south carolina! ♪ you can go your own way don't go away ♪ you can call it another day ♪ >> fleetwood mac is back! >> we love fleetwood mac! ♪ you can go your own way go your own way tell me why ♪ >> all right. welcome back to "today." willie geist along with al roker, tamron hall. carson daly. al roker is out here with some of his people. >> is that legal? >> my people! >> we're going to get banned
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from this neighborhood! >> fleetwood with the coolest drum kit ever? is it fair to say? unbelievable! >> yes. you know what, guys, we actually have a trivia question for all the fleetwood mac fans, what's the only fleetwood mac song written by all members of the band? here's the choices. >> silver springs, the chain, or "don't stop." >> what do you think? >> i'll say b, "the chain." >> we'll reveal that later. >> we will see the band in the next half hour. then they will be here on the toyota concert stage for a performance a few minutes away. a big concert is coming up. first, nat is inside with this morning's top stories. >> good morning to you all once again. a texas sheriff deputy wanted limited contact with thomas eric duncan was hospitalized after a precaution after saying he felt ill. nbc news national correspondent
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kate snow has the latest in omaha where another ebola victim is being treated. >> reporter: good morning. let's start in dallas. hours after eric thomas eric duncan passed away, a sheriff showed up saying he did not feeling well. he had been to the apartment where duncan had been quarant e quarantin quarantined. they say the chance he was exposed to ebola is very slim. a service last night was held in honor of duncan. he said he wanted to see the son he hadn't seen in 16 years. that was his dying wish but, unfortunately, he didn't get a chance to see that young man. duncan's fiancee and others are raising questions about whether he might not have died had he been allowed to stay at the hospital when he first reported to a dallas emergency room. here in omaha, in the meantime, doctors are hopeful the patient
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here will show signs of improvement after receiving a blood transfusion from a survivor. natalie, back to you. >> kate snow in omaha for us, thanks. new measures to stop the spread of ebola, meanwhile, are coming to five major airports. about 150 travelers a day will have their temperatures checked. fever is a symptom of ebola. the screenings roll out saturday at new york's kennedy airport and will be expanded next week to include atlanta, chicago, newark and washington dulles. despite new u.s.-led air strikes, isis fighters have reportedly seized more than a third of the syrian border town of kobani. meantime, there is new concern that isis imitators might try to attack canadian or american targets in canada. intelligence officials say they disrupted a plan for a mass shooting at a shopping mall before it got started. they have also heard chatter about a public beheading plot. canadian lawmakers voted earlier this week to join air strikes
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against isis in iraq. the nfl owners had a meeting on wednesday. it was the first time all of the owners gathered with league commissioner roger goodell since he admitted he mishandled the case of former baltimore star ray rice. they watched a player appealing for action on domestic violence. commissioner goodell says he hopes to have a new personal conduct policy in place before the super bowl. at least a dozen financial e trade were hacked. president obama and his team were so concerned they had periodic briefings on the cyberattacks. a motive has not yet been uncovered. last week, j.p. morgan said 83 million customers and small businesses had their personal information compromised.
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you might want to hold the ketchup if you shell out $1,768 for that. that's the most expensive hamburger. it is made with beef and venson. it includes lobster, caviar toppings and bacon and edible gold leaf. the glam burger as it is called is being offered as a grand prize in a contest. don't think it's coming here any time soon. 8:06. let's get another check of the weather with al. >> hey, natalie, i found a fleetwood mac's biggest fan! >> that is huge. fantastic. what is your name? >> jen. >> what you from? >> new jersey. >> favorite fleetwood mac song? >> oh. >> too late! you could have won $50 million. >> put me on the spot. >> too many. >> that's a good answer. too many. let's show you what we are looking at today. we expect to see again our showers and thunderstorms. kansas city, missouri, looking at showers and storms, temperatures getting into the
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low 60s. as you look at the afternoon temperatures, we got toasty temperatures in texas, texas toast continuing. 90s in southern california and also along the west coast of florida, 60s and 70s along the northern plains. we found the youngest fleetwood mac fan. what is your name? >> zach. >> how old are you? >> 10. >> you are about 60 ye 8:07. taking a live look at belvedere, pretty shot coming in. we have plenty of low clouds, enough to keep us cool later on today. temperatures are going to be comfortable. 85 degrees for thursday in san jose. 69 for san francisco. temperatures come down just a little bit as we get into your friday in the south bay, then we boost the numbers back up for the weekend. the big weather story is a big pattern change next week, cooler and rainy weather on the way.
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more on this today at 11. weather. this. >> look what the fans are doing down here. this is chelsea from easton, pennsylvania. huge fan. look at the diy effort. >> this is young zach's sign. 10-year-old zach. >> that's cool. a lot of big fans out here. the concert starts in a few minutes. up next, camel cam! taking their mapping skills to a whole new place with some surprising help. we will show you in a minute. plus, getting slim by design. why chewing gum at the grocery store could actually help you lose weight. >> as we had, get ready! fleetwood mac performs live on our toyota concert stage. but, first, these messages. ♪ ♪ sweet little lies
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drove to her wedding. started my camry. did not forever hold my peace. [laughing] wow! the bold new camry. one bold choice leads to another. toyota. let's go places. >> back now at 8:13. mick fleetwood and the band is getting ready. suffice it to say you fans at home and the big crowd on the plaza are going to be very, very happy this morning. >> no matter what they play, they are hits. >> there are so many.
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>> they got some real good ones left today. we will hear from them in a few minutes. first it's time for what's trending today. a new survey reveals what cities get the most and least sleep. they break it down by county. the lighter the color, they hit the sheets the earliest. who is hitting the sheets early? on the other end of the spectrum on the other side of the country, people out in brooklyn are up the latest. i have to say it like that. they don't get up until after midnight. bed time? what is yours? >> oh, gosh. 9:00 p.m. at the latest. >> mine is like 11:00. >> 10-something. >> we fall in the middle. >> we are not brooklyn kids. >> we are not brooklyn, sorry. >> brooklyn is doing it big. for months, we've heard rumors about an all female version of "ghost busters." now we finally have confirmation from the director, himself, paul
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fieg tweeting, it's official. i'm making a new ghostbusters and writing it with katie dippold and, yes, it will star hilarious women. that's who i'm going to call. >> yes. >> no word yet on exactly who this is going to be. there is a lot of speculation. some of the names we are hearing are the following. tina fey. naturally. bill murray suggested emma stone might be a good choice. >> most popular choice is melissa mccarthy. >> yes. >> i think we all had the same response. >> i cannot wait. that is going to be amazing. all right. it is one of the world's oldest sites. i don't think you have seen it like this. google now using its street view tool to transport you to the mean streets of the arabian desert. a new feature allowing armchair explorers, like yourself, to taj virtual tour of the sandy oasis. how did google go about getting these incredible pictures? as you see the camel cam.
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shaky shots is courtesy of that animal. google says using the camel allows them to get the images with minimal disruption to the environment. spectacular! >> it took 150 years. >> because they could only shoot it on wednesday. >> oh. >> how long have you been thinking about that one? >> i just -- >> oh. okay. >> your hair didn't even move. >> it's a makeup transformation you have to see to believe. check out these pictures of katy perry, jennifer lawrence, kim kardashian. hold on. look more closely. it's the same person and he's a guy. >> wow! >> he's not just a guy, al. he's a tv host in the philippines. as you can see, he is quite good into transforming himself into the most recognizable women. he was a big hit on instagram where he posted these pictures. you can check it out. >> i can see you being kim kardashian. >> thanks. >> that's what's trending today. coming up, our stars of the morning, fleetwood mac.
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we are back in 15 seconds. the latest stats show more than one-third of adults in the u.s. are obese. new research shows that's due in part to the more than 200 subconscious food choices that we make every day. i recently met with an expert who says reprograming your mind in very simple ways might help you win the battle of the bulge.
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>> reporter: it's a common belief you need to tackle the mind if you want to successfully tackle the belly, but how do you do that? enter food psychologist and behavioral economist brian wansick. what is a food psychologist? >> a food psychologist is somebody who studies eating behavior with the subjective to come up with solutions to help people eat a little less and enjoy fruit a whole lot more. >> reporter: he literally wrote the book on "mindless eating," now in his latest offering, "slim by design," and helps us master those environments. >> we want to think we are master of our influence? we are not. the lighting in the room, what noise we here is by your own volition. >> reporter: can you show me the choices i can make during the course of the day? >> yeah, let's do it. >> reporter: americans buy and eat 80% of their food within 5 miles of where they live. it's a concept he calls your food radius.
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even though i'm a healthy eater, the food market is my downfall. i always walk in hungry. >> it's where the best and worst eating habits begin here. we will pop a piece of gum. >> reporter: why the gum? >> here is why. so we don't pick up one of these. >> reporter: this will help you do this? >> yes. what we found in our study chewing gum reduces the appeal. you can't really imagine the crunchiness and tastiness when you are chewing gum. >> reporter: he says divide the cart if two, leaving the biggest section in front for fruits. start in the produce aisle first. >> bring the salad out first and then bring out the pasta. >> reporter: you tell that to my 1-year-old. i'm an apple loving guy. filling the smaller cart of your section last. are we ready for aisle two yet? >> i am a massive cereal lover. >> reporter: we haven't left much room for anything nonproduce. >> there is divided. instead of three box, i will get
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just one or two. >> reporter: let's check it out. brian, i brought you to our "today" show offices. do not steal any of our secrets. we don't have any. because you say there is something we do in the office that is a total no-no. >> so many people are doing it. >> what's the biggest problem here? sorry, matt. >> the thing about eating at your desk, you tend to pay attention to what you eat. you tend to eat more and you don't enjoy the food as much. >> reporter: research shows people who eat away from their desks are slimmer, happier, more productive. don't tell me i have to stop eating at my favorite restaurants? >> no way. >> reporter: are you sure? it starts by choosing the right table. >> there are fat tables in the restaurant and skinny tables. >> reporter: please, show me a skinny table. what makes a fat table? something dark in the back near a tv and often a booth. >> you are going to order a lot
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more dessert and more fried food and more to drink. >> reporter: why a skinny table? >> it's well lit. okay. the prime is self discipline and awareness. statistically you are twice as likely to order a salad. half as as likely to order dessert. >> reporter: finally the rule of two. >> you can have a cola, an appetizer, a piece of bread and you can have a dessert. you just can't have everything. to good health. >> reporter: absolutely. and he was having diet soda, no less. a couple of interesting tips here. clean the clutter from your kitchen. people with a cluttered kitchen are more prone to mindless eating. people with snacks on the counter are more likely to mindlessly snack. one study showed people who keep boxes of cereal on the counter, ready for this? they weigh up to 21 pounds more than their neighbor. brian stopped by my house. i may have had a box or two on the counter. 21 pounds is a lot. you don't think about that making a choice of moving the
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cereal boxes from your counter. >> i can't sit in a booth. that's my go-to move. >> three-and-a-half minutes of television. that was your takeaway? i love it. >> are there members of the "today" show staff you didn't expose? >> no, sorry about. that not really. not really sorry. >> for more tips to eat less every day, head to thanks. let's head out to tamron. >> everyone out here is all smiles. just the excitement level is immeasurable, guys. we are counting down to the big performance of the day. they just kicked off a brand-new tour. we are so excited to welcome to the plaza the band, that is fleetwood mac! with us christine mcvie and stevie nicks and lindsay buckingham and good morning to all of you!
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>> good morning. >> have you ever awakened this early before? >> only for this show. >> only for the "today" show. >> we didn't go to sleep until 3:00. >> oh, stevie. >> i went to sleep at 10:00 p.m. >> mitch says no. >> me. i did, really. >> that's early for me. that's the best i could do. >> the best you could do. well take all of that. it's so interesting, christine the band wasn't kidding. 40 years ago you wrote the line "you can never break the chain." now looking at these shows that you have behind you altogether now, what does that mean? >> oh, well, it's funny that stevie brought me a bracelet not long ago. it was a chain, is a chain and i wore it around my wrist. it broke. so i had somebody tie it on. it really means the chain is never going to break again. >> you can always repair it. stevie, you said our dream girl is back now and you are rubbing her shoulder. when you look at her and see she is here now with all of you, with her family, what does that
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mean for you? >> it's almost like it's hard to really believe that she actually ever left because she came back and she just threw herself into it in such a strong and confident way that it was like really, almost like it was a parallel universe that maybe we left. i'm not sure. you know, it's like, i hear her count off songs, it's like the 16 years she was gone didn't exist. >> wow. >> we didn't really know what to expect when she came back. she came back stronger than all of us. so it was crazy. >> well it's amazing lindsay, sold out shows, madison square garden. to stevie's point, it's as if those 16 years in some way did not exist. how is it for you? >> well, you know, it was, there were a set of unknowns going into it and everything has just come back better than ever. you know, it really feels very
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much like a beautiful, profound poetic new chapter for this band. it's something that's going to go on for quite some time. >> and, john, i mentioned that you guys are night owls. how do you get pumped up or how do you get motivated this time of the morning? is it all about the career? >> it's about, obviously the people and a lot of coffee, too. >> a lot of coffee. did we give you good coffee? >> yes, okay. >> we got to work on our "today" show coffee. of course, mick, your full fabulousness the red shoes the scarf! being back with this crew, being back with these bands, how do you describe it? >> like lindsay said, and stevie, all of us are overjoyed at this lovely lady's return to
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the ranks of fleetwood mac! a very good morning to you. it is 8:26, i'm laura garcia-cannon. we are following breaking news this morning. there are major system wide bart delays because of police activity. mike tracking all this for us this morning. >> we just got an update over the bart advisory system and it says they are recovering now from major system delays, so there are still delays, but trains it sounds like are moving once again through the west oakland station where they had held things for police activity. we're following what that is in the news center. for now, the activity on the roadways may increase. already a slow drive approaching the bay bridge as you're well aware. more traffic through oakland, but so far things are holding up to a slow thursday commute all around the bay.
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san mateo bridge more traffic as folks head in towards the peninsula. southbound with north 280, tougher drive this morning into cupertino, quick look at oakland, good flow of traffic past the coliseum. watching, again, for the flow to change, may see more folks heading through the area, but bart trains are moving, recovering from delays. >> so they are back and moving again. all right, expect some delays wherever you may be heading this morning. we'll have another local news update for you in half an hour or so at 8:55. hope to see you then.
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♪ don't stop thinking about tomorrow ♪ don't stop it will soon be here ♪ >> 8:30 on this thursday morning, october 9th, 2014 t. moment is almost here. rock royalty, fleetwood mac live on our toyota concert stage. >> we have the full group, fleetwood mac back together for the first time in 16 years. we have a massive crowd on the plaza. they are dialled up. now a little earlier, we asked you fleetwood mac fans, a trivia question, wlafls the only song written by all five band members? was it silver springs, the chain, or don't stop?
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guesses? >> the fans know. what do the fans say? >> it's the chain. that's right. it's one of the classic songs. guess what, the band is performing "the chain" with one of its own. >> very cool. meanwhile, carson is in the orange room. he has a special guest with him. carson, who is in there? >> emmy ross, star of the new movie "you are not you." she plays an irreverent college student who takes the care giver to an amazing level. we will get to that in a second. first you have taken over "today" social media, 26th, instagram. your preparation, i love this hyper thing you did. >> i took over savannah's room. thank god she's on maternity leave. do you think she's mad i used her mouth wash.
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it was delicious. >> well, your prep started much earlier, we were following you. you were in l.a. last night and that means a little showering in a delta lounge restroom. how'd that go? >> there wasn't a shower. there was a line for a shower. so i had to kind of make eight french shower as people were going in and out of the lounge. it was interesting. >> you wear it well. let's talk about that movie. it's great. hillary has als in the movie. you said it's not a movie about an illness. it's a movie about friendship. >> it's a non-romantic love story between two unlikely friends, hilary swank obviously a wonderful actress, bringing attention to the hot topic with the ice bucket challenge this summer. i think seeing this movie will add that human element. >> that ice bucket challenge was an incredible thing. i know you finish it in the movie. how'd that impact the film? >> it was exciting. als is a disease, people don't know what causes it.
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they are nowhere close to a cure. to kind of educate people $128 million was raised. i hope people seeing the movie, it will add that emotional component of what the disease is like. >> were you and hillary friends? >> there is a bond from this movie that is magic. >> we didn't know each other. we dove right n. kind of how the characters get to know each other. >> we will have much more on this. the movie is out tomorrow and on demand. you are not it. you can take over our show. let's go back to al. >> all right. thanks, so much, guys. you know what, people come to see all sorts of things, they come to see fleetwood mac. all right. guess what, are you ready to see the world's largest whoopi pie? oh man look at that thing. >> from gardner, maine. >> from gart in other words, maine, that's a big twinky.
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that's a big whoopi pie. wow. let's show you what we got. it's almost as big as whoopi goldberg. anyway, for today, plenty of sunshine in l.a. more wet weather from the ohio river valley back in the rockies tomorrow. >> that wet weather extends into the mid-atlantic states, northeast, new england looking really good. whew it's looking delicious on the golden gate bridge. this fog is going to keep you cool later on for today. thick low clouds, though, could create kind of a dangerous drive. you want to keep that in mind, travel cautiously. otherwise, your temperature at a comfortable 67 degrees in the city, 82 degrees for the north bay. we have an interesting change to tell you about. we're going to warm you up into the weekend, then by next week things really start to change. we've got rain on the way and quite a bit of it towards the end of next week. more on that today at 11:00.
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. >> hold on, just a second, our cameraman. i know jim, here you go, jim. take a bite! that's it go ahead, bite it, jim! ah yeah! oh, yeah! all right. back to you, guys. oh. [ music playing ] . >> all right. are you all ready? you have waited long enough. ladies and gentlemen, fleetwood mac! [ music playing ]
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♪ if i could turn the page ♪ and time would rearrange just a day or two ♪ close my, close my, close my eyes ♪ but i couldn't find a way ♪ so i'll telephone one day ♪ to meet with you ♪ tell me, tell me, tell me ♪ tell me lies ♪ tell me sweet little lies all along you can't disguise ♪ you can't disguise ♪ you can't disguise ♪ tell me lies
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♪ tell me sweet little lies ♪ we're not making plans ♪ i hope you understand ♪ there is a reason why ♪ close your, close your, close your eyes ♪ no more broken hearts ♪ we're better off apart ♪ let's give it a try ♪ tell me, tell me, tell me lies ♪ tell me lies ♪ tell me sweet little lies ♪ tell me lies ♪ oh, no, no you can't disguise ♪ you can't disguise ♪ no you can't disguise ♪ tell me lies ♪ tell me sweet little lies [ music playing ]
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♪ if i could turn the page ♪ in time then i'd rearrange just a day or two ♪ close my, close my, close my eyes ♪ but i couldn't find a way ♪ so i'll settle for one day to believe in you ♪ tell me, tell me, tell me lies ♪ tell me lies ♪ tell me sweet little lies ♪ tell me lies, tell me, tell me lies ♪ o, no, no you can't disguise ♪ you can't disguise, no you can't disguise ♪ tell me lies, tell me sweet little lies ♪ tell me lies, tell me, tell me lies
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[ music playing ] . >> and we are just getting started with fleetwood mac, much more music from the band. first this is "today" on nbc. [ music playing ]
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you deserve it. [ music playing ] >> as we mentioned, fleetwood mac just launched a new tour. we are thrilled they made it to our concert state with one of those stops. before the next song, mike, you got a big announcement? >> i do. i do. we are having a ball on the road. we have announced i think
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another 20 or shows in the new year! in the new year, coming up, after christmas. so we are overjoyed. see you out there! >> all right. neatwood mac! >> more, more, more, more. [ music playing ] [ music playing ]
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♪ ♪ [ music playing ] so i'm back ♪ to the velvet underground ♪ back to the floor that i love ♪ to a room with some lace and
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paper flowers ♪ back to the gypsy that i was ♪ to the gypsy that i was ♪ and it all comes down to you ♪ well, you know that it does ♪ and lightning strikes ♪ maybe once, maybe twice ♪ oh, and it lights up the night ♪ and you see your gypsy ♪ you see your gypsy ♪ to the gypsy that remains faces freedom with a little fear ♪ i have no fear ♪ i have only love ♪ and if i was a child ♪ then the child was enough ♪ enough for me to love ♪ enough to love ♪ she is dancing away from me
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now ♪ she was just a wish ♪ she was just a wish ♪ and a memory is all that is left for you now ♪ you see your gypsy, oh ♪ you say, hey, baby ♪ you see your gypsy ♪ still see your bright eyes, your bright eyes [ music playing ] more co come from fleetwood mac!
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this is "today" on
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. >> all right. you know the words to this when we return. sing along with fleetwood mac! [ music playing ] ♪ loving you is the wrong thing to do ♪
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how can i ever change things that i feel? if i could ♪ baby i'd give you my world ♪ how can i ♪ when you won't take it from me ♪ you can go your own way ♪ go your own way ♪ you can call it ♪ another lonely day ♪ you can go your own way, go your own way ♪ tell me why ♪ everything turned around ♪ packing up, shacking up's all you wanna do ♪ if i could ♪ baby, i'd give you my world ♪ open up, everything's waiting for you ♪ you can go your own way ♪ go your own way ♪ you can call it ♪ another lonely day
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♪ you can go your own way ♪ go your own way ♪ [ music playing ] ♪ you can go your own way ♪ go your own way ♪ you can go your own way ♪ you can call it ♪ another lonely day ♪ another lonely day ♪ you can go your own way ♪ go your own way ♪ you can call it ♪ another lonely day
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♪ you can go your own way [ music playing ] [ cheers ]
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[ applause ] >> wow, fleetwood mac are back with one more song in our next hour. but first, there is "today" on nbc. [ music playing ] insurance companies are spending millions of dollars trying to mislead you about the effects of proposition 46.
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well here's the truth: 46 will save lives. it will save money too. i'm bob pack, and i'm fighting for prop 46 because i lost my two children to preventable medical errors and i don't want anyone else to lose theirs. the three provisions in 46 will reduce medical errors and protect patients. save money and save lives. yes on 46. . >> we are still catching your breath. you know it was an amazing performance. >> back in the '70s, it was a
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part of -- >> i know where you are going with this. >> willard scott. >> he is with us now with the birthdays. >> fluport, rhode island, this is for you. you all will love it. you did a show here once. happy birthday, bertha dupuis. she says a glass of wine with her meal is like a day without sun. i don't know, i never did get that right. this is lillian webb from sebring, florida. she is 100-years-old. get this, she has 200 medals from the olympics. kenneth nonomaker. 100-years-old. he loves to grow vegetables and eat them. this is dennis aker, wytheville,
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virginia. we love him very much. dennis has read the bible 226 times. that's it. what a beautiful state this is. back to new york and my friends. >> thank you. we got good stuff coming up. another song from fleetwood mac. do you need to know engels? plus the ultimate halloween house. it will be a wild hour of you're watching today in the bay. >> a very good morning to you. it is 8:56. i'm laura garcia-cannon. fleet week officially gets under way today with the arrival of the blue angels. you'll recall financial issues in washington last year kept the angels grounded, but they will be back in force this year. the giants may get a big boost in their world series run. manager bruce bochy says michael morse is in arizona getting bats
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in in the instructional league. if things go well, he'll be in the roster saturday. morse has missed the last several weeks with a sore hip. the giants play the cardinals a little after 5:00 on saturday. we're going to have another local news update in about half an hour or so. hope you get to enjoy this great thursday morning.
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. >> welcome to "today" on a special thursday morning, october the 9th, 2014 a. massive crowd outside on our plaza for an absolutely thrilling concert. i'm willie geist, with al, natalie, tamron. >> we are all coming down from it. >> oh, my god. >> i must have been a little disappointed. >> there is one more chance. we got a song in this hour. we'll see what that fourth song will be. >> i can solve this. they extended their tour. they added 20 other dates.
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we can go to the concert. >> done. >> roadtrip. >> meets up. >> mick getting after it on the world's greatest drum kit. >> that is incredible. the amount of equipment on that stage, crazy. >> al was having fun with that gun. >> their chemistry together, just, the fluidity of it all is amazing. >> that guitar player lindsay played at the end there. >> major. >> they are all still so hot, aren't they? >> they look good, everyone. >> you were saying earlier, smokin'. >> i didn't hear the words, you were talking. >> i was crushing on mick. i said, i don't remember, i just -- >> i think i do. i think you said, is it me or is hit really hot? >> he is really hot. yeah. >> thank you, al. thank you. >> in fact, i was talking to him earlier. he said, you know what would be hot. >> what? >> if either tamron or natalie
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went into a dunk tank. >> here we go. >> mick, we can make your dreams come true. >> think or swim time. the voting tomorrow. 9:00 a.m. eastern time. if we raise $10,000 we're at 8 right now. we got to get there. whoever has the most votes according to you on natalie with a slim lead at 41%. >> very slim. 300 votes. >> tamron at 40. al and i are glad to be on the board. >> i'm wondering about this vote system. i stayed up all night voting for willie. his number didn't move. >> are you saying voter fraud? >> i voted for willie every ten minutes last night. number didn't move. >> so each of you gets let's call it 30 seconds to make the pitch why the other. >> i don't need 30 seconds.
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>> why the other should be dunked on live television. >> i explained why natalie, she would. >> go first, natalie. >> you go first. time starts now. go. >> natalie is fearless, she is brave, when she dunks, her hair is so long, she will coming up like bo derek, fly back like that. shake and replay over and over. >> time. >> okay. >> mine will take less than 30 seconds. >> you got ten. >> tamron does not want to do it. so, therefore, tamron should go in the water. tamron needs to be dunked. >> and done. >> fantastic. >> here's the deal. with reat what 8,000? >> yes. >> a little more than $18,000. you got until 9:15. we hope you will do nate. i will tell you right now that at 9:14, if we are not there, i'm writing a check. >> yes, we are getting there. >> whoever number comes in number 2 they get to throw the ball. >> we learned this.
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we had a party last night. we learned. >> it's 2:00 in the afternoon. we had a today's take party at 2:00 in the afternoon. >> water wrong with that? do you have a second party. we learned that the person that comes in second in the polling gets to throw the ball at the person. >> are you working on that? i know i am. >> whew. >> i'm going to make that awesome. >> what. >> you know, i used to play catcher in high school. so my arm is good. they throw to 2nd from home base a lot. >> all right. go. if you knew about it. >> so this all benefits the avon foundation for women. we are not doing this for laughs. though it will be hilarious. >> that is why one of you guys. we are doing this obviously for a great cause. it is to humiliate the person.
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i was huh mail yatd on bear grill is show. >> you heard the audio tapes. >> al and i are out of the race. it comes down to these two. >> are you not out of the race. >> as roberts downey, jr. would say, you are never quite out of the race. >> you are never out of the race. >> this is a good one. how do you guys feel about catching up with an ex? >> not great. >> or your spouse catching up with an ex? >> not great. >> good answer. christy narcs i got you on this interesting, robert downey jr. junior is on the howard stern show, apparently, he dated sarah jessica parker in the ''80s. i forgot about this, too. here's what he said when he visited howard stern. take a listen. >> i'll make a point of trying to share while i'm here. don't you think matthew broad rick. >> i will check in for a few many wants. >> you will call him, listen,
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sarah and i were close for seven years, you will say, hey, are you cool with me perhaps having lunch with her? >> this is the same thing as him asking me. >> howard takes it to a different place, he made a different leap. >> what a shock, howard stern taking a leap. >> i said he would take his wife along as well. i don't know that's necessarily going to go over well with a spouse. >> it was 30 years ago. >> he has a new wife. >> they haven't seen each other since. >> do you keep up with your exs? >> i don't. >> i don't even know what they're doing. i don't even know where they are. i never googled them. do you google your ex? >> facebook? no. >> no, i don't. >> do you? >> i figure, if you were such great friends, you would be together, right? how uncomfortable would it be, you are with your wife, you bring the woman you dated for seven years ago it wasn't like you kind of went out once, a seven-year relationship, you are
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all sitting there. >> you know each other though, it's not weird. >> in hollywood, it's a little different. everybody's connected 6 degrees or less than that. we want your opinions, how do you feel about this, hashtag us yes to the ex, or no to the ex. tell us what you think. it can be a dot, dot, dot. >> it should almost be like fedex in there. would you ship your ex overnight? i'm in. >> that's why he should be dunked. see, exactly. right there. >> halloween is getting bigger and bigner this country. we spend upwards of $6 billion on halloween. and a big part of that on decorations. check out this light show in na naperville, illinois [ music playing ] >> i love. oh, man. >> is it always the same song? >> no, they got different ones synced to the music.
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>> that is unbelievable. other lights in the neighborhood actually dim as they draw the juice off of that. amazing stuff. then look at a nightmare fear factor. this is in niagara falls. >> how slowly i turn. >> what am i looking at? are those actors? >> what is that? >> that's not quite as impressive as the light there. >> wait minute. >> okay. what's going on there? >> somebody hacked our system. >> getting their reaction. >> to what? >> we done see water going on there. you have it. >> are we going to see what they're reacting to? >>. you can only imagine. >> i was in the conference call when they were discussing this. they were like there is going to be fun. >> it's just blow your mind. that's why you can't show people. >> that's famous last words of our team. trust us. just go with it. just look at i. you know what, it's throwback thursday. peruseing the internet i came across a tweet from. >> do you have to do that when
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you peruse the internet? >> i'm a costume character earthquake done you know by now? kate walsh tweeted a throwback photo of what she described as an unfortunate hair choice in the late '90s. >> that's her throwback thursday. >> i guess it's bad when you think it's bad. so we're asking, what would your worst haircut throwback thursday bad haircuts, do you have a bad hair photo? show it with today's take, we will share it. >> you pretty much have kept the same haircut. >> since 1986, she hasn't moved. >> she? >> that's how i talk about my head of hair. >> she. she. >> willie had, when i met willie. >> that's long hair. >> i used to call him lasagna. >> you look like a sit-com star from the nooets 1980s. >> anthony michael hall. >> david hasselhoff. >> i'm flattered you think so.
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when the hair gets long, it gets very wavy. >> i like the waves. >> tamron has that. there is mine. yeah, that's me. that's me. look at that. the mutton chops dude. you called them pork chops. >> you could take them. >> lamb chops. that was a puppet from schaari lewis. >> that was my days at a flautist. >> please. >> that's the earliest mullet i have ever seen. >> the worst are the teeth t. teeth were terrible. >> i'm going to make that my avatar. >> that's good. >> so much love. >> oh, yeah! . >> you are not getting off so easy. >> hey. that's hot. >> you look like diana ross. >> people used to tell me that. that was my 9th grade. how did you guys find that? look at all that makeup and the
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tie. >> tie vest combo. >> i was hot back then in whatever year that was. >> that was 9th grade. you were never hot. >> but here's this. . >> there just in, let me get clarification, britney, is it true there are only 12 votes between natalie and tamron? >> they're really close right now. >> who is in the lead, yell it out a little. >> it's too tight to tell right now. >> what does that mean? >> it means i can't pull up the website. >> we are crash d.c. website. >> we pitched. >> i'm frustrated. >> we will show you what's going on as far as your weather is concerned and vote. we have flash flooding possible through two portions of the country today. we are looking at a wide swath of showers and thunderstorms.
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we are approaching severe weather later today with dangerous winds, lightning, gusty winds from amarillo into kansas. look at the showers and thunderstorms firing up. st. louis has been looking at activity lately. denver, colorado, it looks like right now, you are in the clear. we do still have showers making their way through the area. can you see heavy thunderstorms through kansas city and st. louis. we will watch this fire up as the day wears on and rainfall amounts, anywhere from about an inch or so as you make your way into the rockies. but as you get into the central plains, that's where we are looking for trouble today. some places up to five inches of looks like a painting from belvedere. good morning to you. really pretty picture here. temperatures today are going to be comfortable. little bit on the warm side, but not too bad. 82 degrees for the north bay, 80 degrees in the south bay, and 77 degrees for the peninsula. we've got some big changes coming your way.
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nice through friday. through the weekend, summer heat returns and then by next week we're talking about cold air and even some rainfall. waiting on that for wednesday, into thursday, count on a big time pattern change. . >> guys this is unbelievable. 40%, tamron is ahead by five votes. five votes this is amazing, willie is at 12. i'm there at 7%. >> really. >> there is still time, al. >> i don't want to get greedy. i'd like to drop down to single digits if that's possible leave it to the two of you. >> you know it's bad when your hairstylist went against you. johnny tweeted dunk me. >> we will continue this fight in a moment. coming up, he delivered the laughs. he is taking on a more serious laughs. he is taking on a more serious role that has your relaxing sideside is calling...
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this man is an actor, producer, director, screen writer. you probably know him best as ted on "how i met your mother" for nine seasons. >> now, he's making a dramatic turn diving into topics in his play, disgrace. good morning. we don't normally see people around our dinner tables, sort of like our last supper, but we figured it aply plis because in the show, you are seated around around the dinner table. >> for quite a bit of the show. >> things get heated though. >> correct. yeah. i find out -- >> the discussions that go on. >> i describe the play, the center piece, i describe as everything you shouldn't say about race, culture, politics and religion at a dinner party. >> oh, does anybody talk at dinner table -- >> not quite. >> when you do something like this, do you expect, people start talking about these kind
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of issues that you're hoping that the audience takes them home and starts talking about them in. >> certainly. one of the reasons ip i wanted to do this play, it felt like the kind of play, it's going to be impossible and go home and just go to sleep. you'll want to be talking about it. how you feel when the curtain comes down is different than you you'll feel three days later. >> guduvall there are taboo tops in your own life? >> i try to avoid talking about politics and religion. >> that's a good rule. i hear you do a mean woody allen impression. >> it's not mean. it might be mean -- >> mean good. >> but it might be mean bad. it's not meant to be. my character references this woody allen bit and does a little one line -- come on. this is not meant to be good, by the way.
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everything you need to know about me. >> that's good. >> also hear that in your repertory, you have a little tool tootsie. >> yeah. yeah, this is incredibly topical conversation. from 1982. really? i'm a character actress and i play this part the way you want me to. >> wow. you've earned your dinner today. >> that's what i do at dinner parties. my two impressions. >> when you just peruse someone's twitter feed and -- i was. and you said you were coming on to defend the finale. >> the press after the show that i've done, i've had amounts of spirited defense. >> some defending -- >> you liked the finale, right?
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i loved the show, the whole series and i actually liked the ending, too. t. >> a lot of people liked the ending. it's just the people who didn't were very vocal about it. i think the show was always, every episode was a switcharoo. 70%, you thought it was one thing, then switch it. the whole show kind of had that. so, i think that you know, you watch the show from the beginning, the seed of what was going to happen were always there and you know, i wish the show on some levels, i wish we had ten extra minutes. there were some things that i got cut that i thought were really beautiful, but i think the show ended how it should have and i think that people, the people who were quieter about it really enjoyed it. >> perfect. loved having you here. he's going b to be on broadway through february. >> it's a great play. i really hope people come to it. >> october 23rd, so exciting. definitely coming. >> cheers. >> cheers. coming up next, a big consumer
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you're watching today in the bay. >> good morning, it's 9:26 on your thursday, i'm sam brock. a new case of the enterovirus has been found in the bay area. santa clara county just released details of its first case. the patient, who is under the age of 18, was treated and released from the hospital. this marks the sixth case of enterovirus in the bay area total. according to health officials, this is not a new virus, but there's been an increase in the number of cases this year and with more severe respiratory issues. meantime, police in the peninsula say they need your help tracking down the i.t. poser, that's this guy with the weird look on his face. officers say this man pretends to be a computer technician to gain access in offices. if confronted, he tells people
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he's there to check internet lines and when nobody's looking he steals wallets and computers. a major route to lake tahoe is partially shut down today as crews battle flames burning dangerously close to the roadway alongside interstate 80, 30 miles northeast of sacramento. this morning one lane between apple gate and weimar cross road is closed to traffic. one home has been destroyed, some 80 buildings are threatened right now. 420 acres have burned. crews have the fire so far 20% contained. after this, a look at weather and traffic. stay with us.
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welcome back. now the time is 9:28. we have a real treat in store for you in the weather department today and tomorrow, perfection, 72 degrees on the east shore. not too hot, not too cold. 66 in san francisco, and about 80 degrees for the south bay. with changes coming to your forecast, so we'll stay nice through friday, over the weekend, temperatures are going to jump up. mid 90s in the hot spots, then
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the temperatures will crash. cold blast and rain moves in as we get into next week, but overall, a warmer weekend coming your way in time for fleet week. mike, back to you. >> slower drive. for fleet week we expect the whole weekend for san francisco to be slow around the embarcadero. we have a few folks tapping the brakes here. 101 northbound from 680 and 680 slow towards 280, which had an earlier crash in cupertino. now recovering the entire stretch through san jose. the rest of the bay, nice easy drive, but slower towards university and in fremont, of course, approaching mission. sam, back to you. >> not even with traffic backups can mess with perfection. that will do it for right now. see you in 25 minutes with more news. it's never been easier to find a dentist. watch. dentist. at 1-800-dentist, we've helped over 8 million people
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find that right dentist. we can do the same for you. so don't put it off. call 1-800-dentist. . >> welcome back to "today," i'm willie, al, tamron, natalie. think or swim update. we are now only $800 away from one of these two lovely ladies being dunked tomorrow morning, 24 hours from this very moment. oh, tamron has pulled way ahead. >> my stump speech is work zblk you know what it is, i think when folks found out tamron's hairstylist wanted her dunked. i think they decided. >> johnny's fault. >> we have a guest coming up, roads mary dewitt, where are
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you? the famous celebrity. come over with all your beautifulness. >> good morning. >> what did you say to me? >> i said i hope they don't dunk you. i think they should dunk al. >> this is one of the greatest comebacks in history. >> yeah, it happens. >> some days. >> we will be talking. >> so cute. >> yet you are ahead. >> the voters don't agree. >> stick with me on this. >> i really would like one of 2000 to go in. >> the voters have spoken. >> if one of us gets weather, it doesn't matter, everybody is getting wet. >> that was my initial pick. that's what i said. >> it should be, exactly. >> you are changing your tune now. >> i'm not saying we're all dunking. i'm not saying we're all going in. >> what do you think we all have one bench and we all sat on the duchging bench together. >> there is just sad now.
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>> these are the statement osf a desperate woman. >> it's a great cause. >> al really believes in the cause. >> he believes so much he doesn't want to get dunked. >> here's what i'm going to do. i'm going to take your mind off of this by showing you. >> thank you. >> what would happen, jimmy kimmel, of course, we love all our jimmys, jimmy fallon, jimmy kimmel, jimmy kimmel has this thing, what would happen if suri was a waitress on your iphone? >> not good. >> what can i help you with? >> i'm still deciding on what to eat. but i would like a coffee. >> here's what i found. there are several coffee shops close to you, six of them are very close. starbucks. >> i don't want starbucks. i don't have to, just bring me a coca-cola. >> the time in angola zaiere is 1:16 a.m. >> you know what, no drink.
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i'll have the chicken cesar salad. >> i found five results for wicked wezar ballots. >> that's so true. >> oh, that's great. >> never gets it. all right. roker. >> that sounded very 82 in the north bay, more of the same for friday, and then changes into next week. it's going to return to summer-like weather for saturday and sunday, then temperatures start to fall monday through tuesday, and look at what is on the way for next week, that's right, much-needed rain. more on that today at 11:00. >> and that's your latest weather. >> actress rosemary dewitt has appeared in critically acclaimed
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film projects. >> now she is co-starring opposite jeremy rener in a remarkable true story called "killed kill the messenger" good morning. well col home, a queen's girl. >> flushing. >> i moved out to jersey. >> what part of jersey? >> caesar knolls, nort. morris town, seven minutes from the -- >> we all know. >> we can talk about this all day. >> we will get to this great movie you are playing jeremy rener's wife. you keep him ground him tell us about what's going on here. >> jeremy plays real life gary webb who was sort of discredited by his peers in the media when he uncovered a story there is a link between the cia sort of funding the contras in return
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for cocaine shipped back to the states. actually, his wife who is still alive, sue webb, it was a real honor to play somebody who is alive. i think you feel a real responsibility in that case to get it right. unfortunately, gary took his whole life after this whole thing. he kind of went down a big spiral. but i got a text from sue after she saw the movie t. kids saw the movie and they were so proud of him and i feel that maybe gary has been vindicated through the telling of this story. jeremy is amazing in the movie. >> did you change the way you felt about this story? i think it's a story a lot of us have heard of over the last 25 years or so. did you change your point of view on what happened there? >> the weird thing is i didn't have a point of view. that's what made me want to be a part of telling this story. i couldn't believe it got so buried under the monica lewinsky, bill clinton scandal. i couldn't believe more people didn't know, the truth came out. it was too late to save gary's career, it was his passion and
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everything he was about and so, yeah, i feel like now is a good time for people to hear it. yeah. >> meanwhile, in other parts of your life, you are celebrating. you have a 17-month-old now? >> yeah. >> congratulations to you. >> thank you. >> how exciting. so what is the 17-month-old up to? what is she up to? >> she is just up. she is getting the two year molars early. so, yeah, there is a lot of mama in the middle of the fight. she started doing this thing, my husband, when she falls down, i know it hurts, or she's fussing in the car. oh, i know, now i hear her in the crib going i know, i know. you know, sort of soothe herself. we'll come in, we'll be back on. she's loving new york, she's planning a city girl. >> a mom from queens. >> she can point at everything and run around the playground. >> you have been open about adopting and your decision to do that as well. that's obviously, fantastic
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venlth its not even a message, it is beyond that. >> for us it was just about becoming a mom and dad. people are like, it's so great what you did. it's so great what she did. she kind of saved us. i have never. if i knew it was going to be this good, i would have done it 20 years ago. >> you are going to have us in tears and baby-sit. >> once you meet her, you will see what i'm talking about. she's really cool kid. >> thank you so much. "kill the messenger" opposite in theaters tomorrow. >> up next, another thrilling crime drama. a felony starring these stars. check out the two
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messy love triangle. >> the answer is b, "mad men." >> look at that. >> bohemian, so many messy love triangles on that show. thanks, so much. all right, joel edgerton and gy courtney are two of australia's biggest actors. now they are starring in a new film. >> when a rookie detective gets involved in the investigation, his life slowly begins to unravel. joel and gy with us, j squared. do you like that? >> kind of a team group. >> you can be an awesome boy band. >> we don't have the dance routines already in the works. >> so, jy started in the special break what are we going to talk
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about? you tell us the craziest story that comes in your head about you. >> that is dangerous. >> that is dangerous, seriously. >> this movie, an hornery guy tells a lie and spins out of control. does it make you think of what we thought was black and white and realize there is a lot of grey around. >> the movie has jee as the young naive cop that sees the world in a black turn. my middle is lacking that transition towards tom wilkerson's character. who sees that there are lot more grey areas in life in crime and punishment. it becomes antics and what punishment fits what crime. >> police officer cover-up story. sort of the brotherhood coming together to protect them. >> we are dancing on the blue
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line which allows us to take the law out of the equation so to speak. >> joel, you wrote this while you were shooting scenes for "dark 30." how did you image to act and direct in this? >> you know, i think there is a myth that actors are very hard working people. >> you are debunking? >> they are working really hard. i'm an actor, it's like, look at these soft hands. you know, there is a lot of spare time sitting around waiting while the real people do the hard work. and i'm doing that, well, not that, i'm doing that. so i also never worked to hard. >> would you like to defend actors and how hard they work? >> well, it gets tough sometimes. >> and they're dangerous, too i asked him about this tattoo. he said if he told me, he would
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you're watching today in the bay. >> good morning, everyone, 9:56. i'm scott mcgrew. tonight city leaders are going to talk about how much to raise the minimum wage in mountain view. they'll vote on increasing it from somewhere between $10 and
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$15. most are in favor of the hike because of the high cost of living. the city's current minimum wage, $9. a san jose father being hailed a hero for saving his family from this house fire all caught op  camera. jose guerrero said the fire started in the front of the home, quickly spread, blocking the front door. he runs upstairs to rescue his mother and daughter, then he runs back in to save the dogs. nobody hurt. let's check your weather this morning with christina. >> hey, thank you. really nice day. i mean, hard to beat conditions like this. that beautiful sea breeze is going to pick up later on today. 77 on the peninsula, 67 degrees for san francisco, and 73 degrees for today on the east shore, with changes coming to your forecast. we're going to stay nice through tomorrow, as we get into your weekend, bringing up those temperatures to summer time levels. great beach weekend, then we head right into winter. next week, cold blast and possibly one to three inches of rain from our first round.
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more on that today at 11:00. first here's mike and your drive. >> backup still at the bay bridge toll plaza, but fast track lanes are moving. slow still from 24 and 580 through that stretch. berkley looking better, but oakland slower southbound as more folks making their way in towards hayward. livermore, green there, slowing at the 580/680 interchange, great flow there, and san mateo and palo alto recovered nicely after a tough morning commute. southbound slow, that's not a surprise. 280 northbound, early crash in cupertino tied things up. still one of the last to recover past the 880 interchange, where the crash there tied things up, as well. >> good to know. thank you. more local news 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. >> oh, yes. oh, yes. >> indeed. >> indeed. it is thirsty thursday, october 9th. she's all jazzed up. >> i am. >> we have a great show today. new movie that is just -- we're going to talk about with a wonderful actress emmy ros rossn a few -- and hilary swank plays a young woman suffering from als. an extraordinary performance from both actactresses. this is so worth watching.
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>> and we have our "ambush makeovers" and our everyone has a story candidate. >> and caralee carmelo is singing. >> when she sings, you will stop in your living room, and pause and stare at the television. >> nobody like her in the world. >> speak of awesome, incredible singers. you know who was out on the plaza today? >> fleetwood mac and you were rocking out there, hoda. >> it was a party. they just performed at the garden last night. they're singing, people in a great mood. like an instant good mood ingestion i injection at the plaza. >> they packed out the garden last night. just added 20 new shows for the new year. people are -- i think one of our producers said he saw the eagles the other day and just packed. that was music when music was
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music. >> speaking of music, by the way, i'm walking blake through central park and i hear something. i'm, like, is someone singing? central park is so crazy. i walked up on three kids who go to laguardia high school and i said will you finish your song and they did. they were embarrassed and they didn't know what i was doing. so i taped a little bit. that's what i do. ♪ walking out the door because there will be no sunlight if i lose you baby ♪ ♪ there will be no blue skies ♪ ♪ if i lose you baby just like the crowds ♪ ♪ if you walk away >> so i was so excited. but watch, people are applauding. >> and then look at them. >> they didn't know people were watching. >> they were so cute, just
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spreading joy and laughter and lightness everywhere. >> they were so fun. >> we didn't tell you everything you needed to know yesterday about the uggs covered in the swarovski crystals. >> we said, guess how many there are and you win a pair. >> so we didn't know, we're not holding this contest. they are. tiffany, jane, jena, diane and even you, brad, if you -- >> they guessed on our facebook. >> that's not where you guess. where you should be guessing is go into the swarovski store -- >> no, the ugg australia. >> the ugg australia store. >> thank you god it is not the -- uggs and submit your guess there. go to >> good news if you love "the ghostbusters." there is a new one coming out and the new director confirms the news on twitter. he's also the director of
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"bridesmaids," paul feeg. >> great detectiirector but wou it be nice to have a female director direct it? >> he said it would be all women, or someone said it. here is a great dream cast for "ghostbusters." we put their heads in. kristin wiig, melissa mccarthy, maya rudolph, tina fey, amy poehler. you know who else should be in there? mindy cal ilive. >> or carol burnett. she's on our show tomorrow. put in some icons, okay. so andy cohen -- >> yes -- >> has the show. you guys know. "watch what happens live." joe and teresa giudice did an interview and it will continue tonight. so joe was sentenced to 41 months and teresa got 15 months for fraudulent mortgage and construction loans. they also pleaded guilty to mail fraud -- >> mail wire, bankruptcy fraud
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and -- >> here's what happened when andy asked teresa and this is a critical question, if she resents her husband. this is what she had to say. >> a lot of women who are fans of you may watch you and wonder if you have any resentment towards your husband for putting you in this position. do you feel like he put you in this position? >> you know, i don't think he meant to hurt me in any way. >> were you angry at him when you found out what was going on? >> i think it is a learning lesson for both of us, right, honey? >> absolutely. >> because i'll start crying -- i know he didn't mean to hurt me in any way. >> how does it feel knowing that your actions resulted in your wife being a convicted felon and facing prison? >> obviously not good. i know. i mean definitely not good.
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>> oh, my god. >> i don't know how i would have handled it, you know? everybody is accepting the fact she wasn't a co-conspirator in any of this stuff -- >> she's saying she wasn't, but -- >> but is it just because they have her signature on things? >> her signature -- >> there is no other evidence that she -- >> i don't know. she pled, so there is something there. again, the kids ages are 13, 11, 8 and 5. so anyway the rest will be on tonight at bravo at 9:00. >> all right. >> i love jennifer garner anyway. so she had three kids, right? >> three. >> three kids. people are asking her does she have a baby bump, is she pregnant again. she went on "ellen" and this is what she had to say. take a look. >> apparently i have a baby bump. and i'm here to tell you that i do. and i am -- hold up. hold right up.
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i am not pregnant. but i have had three kids and there is a bump. i will, from now on, ladies, i will have a bump. and it will be my baby bump and let's just all settle in and get used to it. it is not going anywhere. i have a bump. >> best answer. >> yes. >> it only gets bigger. wait until menopause, baby. and then post menopause. you really -- yeah yeah. >> aren't you glad, because i think women are always trying to, you know, get the flat stomach right after, and all that. >> some people do. >> what happened after your kids right away. >> for a long time i was still pretty good. then menopause, honestly, just everything changes with that. hormonally -- >> it's over. >> it's all ahead of you, hoda. >> i can't wait. >> are you still having hot flashes by the way? >> can i tell you something weird -- no, i'm not. it went back to the old way. >> really? >> i thought it was over.
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>> give it time. >> okay. >> here, you're going to like this. this sanis an ihoda play list. a country song, but the feeling when your boyfriend has broken up with you and cheated on you and you go out and you don't -- you just want to be and have fun with somebody else. it is the payback guy. okay. so this song is called "payback" by rascal flatts. >> i'm going to love it. >> okay, go. ♪ like foot stomping honky-tonk. ♪ got your tight jeans on your hair done right ♪ ♪ all your girlfriends throwing down tonight ♪ ♪ somebody done you wrong and you're looking for a way to get your feel good on ♪ ♪ instagram and show him ♪ ♪ baby i could be your payback
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wanna help you get your sway back ♪ ♪ go way back i'm gonna lean way back ♪ ♪ come on >> gonna lean me way back. >> i found it. i found the song. >> i love that. >> awesome. >> so good. >> if you would like to listen to us on the radio -- >> sirius xm channel 108. >> is it okay or not okay to skip a friend or a family member's wedding. here's what we had to say about it. >> okay, hoda, nobody knows the details in any family's life. when you think you do, you're probably wrong. >> i say no, it is not okay, not to sound all judge judy. >> you are. >> but there are very few momentous occasions in a life and a wedding is one of them. so just go anyway. >> your first one wasn't. >> whatever. >> yeah. >> remember that?
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>> talk about payback. whoo! >> one is a social worker from new york state, both were surprised by our "ambush makeover" team. we'll check out the results. >> and the actress who doesn't mind being called a little bit shameless, ♪ vivofit. gently reminds you to get moving. join the movement.
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. now back on this thirsty thursday, ready for what else, "ambush makeovers." >> two lucky ladies were swept off the plaza and into our hair and makeup chair for the surprises of fire livetheir liv >> and here is louis licari and "today" contributor and author jill martin. >> hi, kiddos. >> jill martini. >> big crowd, fleetwood mac. >> we were tiptoeing through the crowd. >> and dancing. >> and dancing as we went, yes. >> the first lucky lady, holly
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jewel from rockland, maine, she has not cut her hair in three years. she goes back and forth between coloring and trimming it all by herself. she is a cancer survivor and for her 39th birthday her husband and son begged us to give her a brand-new style. let's take a look. >> two reasons we picked holly. check out the t-shirts for her birthday. the whole family is in on this. and shawn, it is pretty amazing you actually wanted this "ambush makeover" for her and you tried to get it. >> yeah, i did. i left a message for hoda and kathie lee and another one on the wall. i just wanted to give her a surprise and i'm disabled and i couldn't surprise a new york trip without her help and one thing i could do and i wouldn't be a good husband if i didn't, right? >> you're such a good husband. how does that make you feel? >> good. i'm glad he appreciates me. >> we're going to appreciate you and you're going to look hot. are you excited? >> i'm very excited. >> all right, she is. there is husband shawn and son matthew. please keep on your blindfolds for a second. here is holly jewel before.
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all right, holly. let's see the new you! >> wow. >> oh, my goodness. >> all right. are you ready? take off your blindfolds. >> that's great. >> spin right around. >> oh, my goodness. >> wow. >> that looks great. >> turn around, sweetie and look right there at that camera. tell us about the hair, louis. >> holly has very fine hair. so cut off the length off to make her hair look twice as big. very simple but very edgy. and i gave her a choice, do you want to be a red head or blonde or brunette? she said, i love red. we gave her what she wanted because it is her birthday. >> that's right. happy 39th, honey. >> shawn, what do you think? >> it looks awesome. >> matthew. >> good. >> tell us about the outfit,
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jill. >> it is a perfect day for this too. wanted to give all the items you could use your birthday here. andrew, mark, great leather jacket. nydj jeans and the shoes from shoe dazzle, under $50. >> happy birthday. >> holly, join your family right over there. >> our second lady is abbie grasso. she is 36 from rockland county, new york. never wore makeup ever. and her daily beauty routine consists of pulling her hair back into a ponytail. she got here at 5:00 a.m. to see fleetwood mac but missed the concert for this once in a lifetime opportunity. she's ready for a brand-new look. she looks beautiful. >> she has not stopped jumping up and down and we yanked her away from fleetwood mac which i know was a struggle. but you're psyched. >> i am totally psyched. >> tell me why. >> because i wear my hair up in a ponytail all the time. it would be nice to see what magic can do. i'm excited to see what the end
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result is going to be. >> we're going to work our magic. you're not going to recognize her. >> don't tell anybody, but her sister mary just came in and her friend marie. take one last look at abbie before and bring out the new abbie grasso. >> wow. >> all right. ladies, take a look. >> oh, my god! >> that's your sister. >> i know. >> oh, my god. >> that is my sister. >> apparently they don't get along. >> you want to see what you look like? abbie, turn around, please. >> oh, my god. >> you look fantastic. >> are you kidding me? >> no. are you kidding us? >> is this really me? >> that's you. >> unbelievable. this is me, really?
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>> look right here at 12, honey. >> oh, my goodness. >> you look wonderful. >> she colored her hair herself at home, she had black ends. we had to lighten the ends, give her this warm color. we just -- she wanted a softer, more glamorous look, she said she only wears her hair back. so this is a chance to be a glam girl with a little -- >> you can still pull it back. >> this is makeup by enid oh. >> you look absolutely beautiful. i'm going to cry because you look so gorgeous. i love you so much. >> i love this. is this a one piece -- >> it is a dress and then we added a belt. the dress is -- she has a beautiful waist. jacket is a wool blend from ann taylor which is great for this time of year. >> good job, guys. will you be the fan of the week and win the grand prize giveaway? >> who knows. probably not. but stick around to find out
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it is that time when we like to surprise our fan of the week. >> drum roll. today we landed in -- >> where? >> kaysville, kansas, amanda watches us on ksn-tv channel 3. who's your puppy? >> this is lilly. >> oh, my gosh. >> she's precious. >> so cute. all right, amanda, before we put you to the test, let's tell you why you were chosen. you are in the last year of your nursing school and you said this is the last hour that completes your day. >> it can be stressful, but she said the fourth hour makes her laugh and reminds her to celebrate life. >> i love her before and after. >> she will run her first half marathon, taking some of that klg and hoda motivation with her. >> ready for the trivia question? >> yes. >> 15 seconds and only one
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guess, okay? you need to answer correctly to win the grand prize. >> as you just saw, every thursday we give two lucky ladies "ambush makeovers." where do we find our fans? >> where do we find the ladys? >> at the top of the rock, outside on the plaza or times square. >> outside on the plaza. >> yes. >> you have won the grand prize. fabulous trip. >> yes, this week is cruise week for cruise line international association, guess where you're going? norwegian cruise line is sending you and a guest -- >> aboard the norwegian getaway sailing round trip from miami. >> you can swim on the aqua park, catch a show, enjoy a variety of dining options and more. ports of call, st. thomas, bahamas, st. martin where you go sailing on a regatta excursion. >> congratulations, >> thank yo! >> i don't think you'll be able to take lilly, but take a good friend or somebody special.
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>> thank you so much. >> thank you, amanda. >> it is a great movie, getting a lot of buzz called "you're not you." we're talking to one of the tremendous stars of the movie, emmy rossum. >> and the single mom who lived her life to the fullest, she's our everyone has a story winner. >> and a special performance by caralee carmelo. don't miss her singing. what shall we do for dinner?
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you're watching today in the bay. >> good morning, everyone. i'm scott mcgrew. today we're going to lempb a lot more about a sting operation targeting people trying to scam victims of the south napa earthquake. we don't know much about the sting yet, but we do know state
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investigators went after unlicensed contractors who did the work after the 6.0 earthquake. today's news conference will be held at the california contracts state license board. unclear at this point how many people were victimized or how many unlicensed contractors were caught doing illegal work. we'll have a look at weather and traffic coming up after the break.
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welcome back. now pretty day shaping up for the entire bay area.
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these are really comfortable levels. more of the same tomorrow, then big time changes over the weekend. 73 degrees for the east shore today, 77 on the peninsula. you'll hit about 80 degrees in san jose, so comfortable conditions for us all the way through friday. into the weekend, we'll bring the temperatures up. then watch what happens, rain moves in, our first rain chances for monday of next week, a better chance towards the end of the week. we're going to tell you about this today at 11:00. first here's mike and your drive. >> gloom, but no doom. the bay bridge, you have a crowd, we have all the folks getting into the hov lanes. the commute shifts after 10:00. there's your backup at the toll plaza. look at palo alto, not a big deal. more sun here, low clouds in the distance, and look at the maps, overall, bay looking good, starting to recover. delays after the earlier issues, been rofring all morning with ten to 15-minute delays. scott, back to you.
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the enterovirus has reached santa clara county for the first time. details on the patient and risk of infection to other children. that story and more local news coming up at 11:00. back with more of "today" on this thirsty thursday. emmy rossum appeared in more than two dozen tv shows and films. you may remember her from "phantom of the opera." or perhaps the tv series "shakele"shak "shameless" where she's anything but. >> now in a new movie called "you're not you." she plays a caregiver to hilary swank's character kate who was diagnosed with lou gehrig's disease. >> kate is looking for something different in a caretaker, someone that can make her feel alive. she gets a college student with rock star aspirations. >> you brought a cv? >> no, i brought a -- i her on
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the university website. >> it says here your most recent place of employment was the red lobster on sam houston -- >> wait. sorry. wrong one. yeah. little different than the one i put in the e-mail. i kind of padded that one. >> that's one of the few light moments. but there are -- congratulations. >> thank you. >> this movie, i didn't know what to expect. i see your name is there and you're expecting great performances but the story is for anybody that has ever had a friend that has suffered with als, it is just devastating illness and this woman turns your life around and you turn hers. it is a beautiful story of a friendship that develops between the two of you. when you read the script, what happened? >> i sobbed like a baby and felt incredibly inspired. you're right, it is this kind of unlikely friendship between two women, not something we see a lot in movies as the main theme
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of the story. >> who needs -- >> who changes each other, who inspire each other to be their authentic selves and live the lives they always wanted to live. >> hilary swank's character has people caring for her but not in the way she wants. there is one scene where her husband -- she wants to put on her own lip gloss and her husband says let me do it, i can do it and she's desperate to do things on her own. and the connect you guys have in this film, did you ever deal or work with anyone who is going through a difficult thing like this? >> in prep for the movie, hilary worked with patients who had als, i worked with a nurse, to get the physicality of it. >> the physicality is amazing, she's such a fine actress, but your transformation from this chaotic college person who is very indiscriminate sex, may i say -- >> she does. >> then you meet your parents and you sort of understand why, but it is such a well done film. what do you want people to take away from this movie?
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>> well, als is a disease that we don't know what causes it. there is no cure. the ice bucket challenge this summer was incredible. but i want people to see this movie and learn about the illness and to know that we don't -- nothing is guaranteed. we need to carpy diem, do our bucket list, be really true to ourselves and surround ourselves with the people and the kind of life we really want to live today. >> must be so proud of something like this. we were talking about the films that come and go and you don't really remember. and i walk by kath's dressing room and she's like i can't. you don't want to be interrupted while you're watching this. this is coming out not only in theaters, but you can watch it in the privacy of your own home. >> if you don't like to sob in movie theaters -- >> right. >> you can snot in your own living room. >> you look for something light next, do you want something that -- >> i don't know. i don't gravitate towards light
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now. but i like characters that are challenging that are real, that may transition working with hilary swank, she has two oscars, so that didn't -- >> just a matter of time. >> thank you. >> i think we have time to play a quick game. you starred off sit great co-stars. we want to know how good you are at knowing just their eyes. call the eye that co-star. who are those? >> jake gyllenhaal. >> ding, ding, ding. next up, whose eyes are these? >> i don't know who that is. >> yes, you do. >> pull back, everybody. it is sean penn. >> wow. >> how about these? >> that's macy. bill macy. >> you got it. you're on a roll. next, a few seconds. >> is that justin chapman -- >> no, one more guess. >> that's rude. >> oh, girard.
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>> one more. >> is that me? i don't know him. is that orlando bloom but i never worked with him. >> josh duhamel. >> oh, handsome. >> he's terrific. >> i better look at people better. >> i knew everyone i had gazed into for hours. >> emmy, we're so happy for you and your success. thank you for coming to see us. >> thank you so much. >> catch "you're not you" in theaters and on demand tomorrow. >> nothing like the love between a mother and a daughter. >> wait until you meet our everyone has a story winner. it is very special and carolee will sing lines, wrinkles and those little sunken places? not anymore! from l'oreal, revitalift triple power moisturizer. with 3% pro-xlyane l'oreal triple fights all three dimensions of aging: one...repairs wrinkles two...refirms contours three...replenishes facial volume and now, l'oreal triple power night mask.
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>> let's listen to what sharon had to say about her daughter. >> my daughter nina is a 33-year-old single mother of a 7-year-old little boy. at 28, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. she went through chemotherapy, radiation, and lost her hair, but didn't miss a single day of work. she managed her disease, her work, and her son with an amazing spirit. she was cancer free for two years following treatment, but then another devastating blow. the cancer had returned and spread to her bones. with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer, she underwent seven surgeries and procedures in a three-week period, including a total hysterectomy, but she held on to her belief in the healing power of god. with treatments, her condition is improving. she is on disability, but now enrolled in college to be a medical assistant. when she graduates, she will work with cancer patients to
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encourage them and help others with the disease. i cannot begin to express her amazing spirit. when she says began as a bump in the road has changed into a story of living life to its fullest, my little girl has become my big super hero. she is my greatest gift, my miracle child. >> oh, awesome. nina is here. >> you're a rock star. >> with her son, devin, and her mom sharon. >> great to see you all. devin is very excited because he's never been on a train before and never been to new york and never been on tv. >> you look great. >> your mom is a rock star, you know that? >> yeah. >> were you a big help to her when she was going through all this tough stuff? >> yes. >> what a guy. >> when you wrote that letter about your daughter, i mean, it is evident why, but what was it that made you send it into kathy and us? >> nina has been an inspiration throughout it all.
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her positive attitude, her faith in god to get her through it, and although it is still emotional for me, we don't get emotional because she's on a journey of just purpose. and her purpose, she just continues to help everyone throughout her journey, and we know that in the end, you know, life has exactly what is meant to be, a purpose and her purpose, she continues to follow. >> she's got a pulse, she's got a purpose. >> right. >> you didn't miss a day of work. that was amazing. you were parenting and doing everything. how did you manage all that? >> you know, i had him and i had to fight every single day for him. and the only time i did miss was chemo days, in the chemo room for almost eight hours during the day. couldn't go to work that day, but every other day, i had to keep going, make sure my bills are paid, make sure he had as normal a life as possible. it is one day at a time.
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got to keep going. >> tell us about this faith that got you through? >> well, we go to christ fellowship church, they just opened one here in new york. and we love it. i just know that things get rough, but everything happens for a reason, and god will take care of us and we just continue to stay positive and keep fighting. >> you know what i love about devin, i love everybody here -- >> what's not to love about devin. >> i love how he looks at his mom when she's talking. what do you think of your mom? how do you describe your mom to someone who never met her? >> that she's beautiful and my favorite. >> she's beautiful and your favorite. >> and grandma, the other beautiful favorite one? >> how are you feeling? are you feeling okay? >> i feel great. >> it has been a year since i was rediagnosed with stage four and i'm on a steady medication with the university of miami cancer center and my doctors,
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the whole system, the nurses, they have been family. they have -- it is not even like doctors and nurses. it is family. >> how much they love you. >> yes. >> well, we're very excited because one of our favorite people in the whole world -- >> one of most inkribcredible singers i've ever heard. >> three-time tony nominee carolee carmello will sing a song that david and i wrote just for you, called "my little girl." we'l ♪ [ female announcer ] most of the time it's easy to know which option is better. other times, not so much. so it's good to know that mazola corn oil has 4 times more cholesterol blocking plant sterols than olive oil. and a recent study found that it can help lower cholesterol 2 times more. take care of those you love and cook deliciously. mazola makes it better.
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♪ everyone has a moment >> we're back now with our everyone has a story winner, nina brumbaugh, her son devin and her mom sharon. >> time to hear the song david friedman and i wrote just for you. please welcome carolee carmello singing "my little girl."
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♪ my little girl sweetest girl in the world ♪ ♪ grew up with butterflies and flowers ♪ ♪ hopes and big dreams and spring showers ♪ ♪ she grew up and spread her wings ♪ ♪ doing her big girl things ♪ my little girl had a child of her own ♪ ♪ when she hit a big bump in the road ♪ ♪ she thought her life would implode ♪ ♪ but she looked up and believed ♪ ♪ she asked and she receive received ♪ ♪ knock and the door will be opened ♪ ♪ seek and you will find ♪ ♪ ask and you will be given ♪ ♪ joy and peace of mind ♪ thernatural kind ♪
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♪ just like my little girl ♪ me little girl is still on her journey ♪ ♪ how can she understand her life is all in god's hands ♪ ♪ so she looks up and sings ♪ ♪ for she can do all things ♪ ♪ knock on the door will be opened ♪ ♪ seek and you will find ♪ ♪ ask and you will be given ♪ ♪ joy and peace of mind ♪ the supernatural kind just like my little girl ♪ ♪ if we open our hearts ♪ ♪ and truly believe there is no end to the gifts ♪ ♪ that we can receive
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just like my little girl ♪ >> whoo! >> beautiful. >> we'll be back with a very special surprise. but first this is "today" on nbc. insurance companies are spending millions of dollars
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trying to mislead you about the effects of proposition 46. well here's the truth: 46 will save lives. it will save money too. i'm bob pack, and i'm fighting for prop 46 because i lost my two children to preventable medical errors and i don't want anyone else to lose theirs. the three provisions in 46 will reduce medical errors and protect patients. save money and save lives. yes on 46.
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>> today we're honoring a very special moment. the kid has taste. nina brumbaugh, just treated to a performance by carolee carmello, david friedman and dave wild on keyboards. what did you think? >> that was beautiful. i loved it.
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>> wow! >> so great. >> i owe devin 20 bucks for that comment. >> we like to give a little present, okay? we think we're going to give you something you're really going to love and we want you to hear it from miami dolphins pro bowl offensive lineman brandon albert. take a listen. >> nina, we hear that you're a huge dolphins fan and we are moved by your story. i personally want to invite you and three guests on an up and coming game. we also have a bunch of items from the team, bunch of gifts for you and your family from the dcc dolphins cycling challenge. the dcc has raised over $7 million for the cancer institute where you are being treated at. we are all strong together. we are here with you in this battle. fins up. >> fins up. >> god bless him. >> you didn't cry about anything but the dolphins. >> here is the other thing you get. you get -- there is a helmet.
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there is a helmet that was signed by brandon. and you get a whole bunch of other stuff. >> thank you! >> that's awesome. >> you're welcome. >> a lot of love. >> you're the best. >> i want to thank carolee, just learned it last night and she is coming to a broadway theater near you very soon. dave has a new -- >> new project we're working on. you can find it. >> and dave, what's going on? >> working in hollywood. >> yes, that's why we call him wild man. >> you guys are awesome. >> have fun at the game. >> devin! >> tomorrow we have legendary comedienne carol burnett will join us. >> and giada de laurentiis cooks with us.
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>> enjoy thirsty thursday. you know what tomorrow is? try day friday. >> that's the way we roll. >> you look good. >> and then saturday. >> we like that
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nbc bay area news starts now. >> good thursday morning to you and thanks for joining us, i'm kris sanchez. >> and i'm scott mcgrew. the ebola virus has gotten worldwide attention. now there is another confirmed case of a different virus. many bay area parents even more worried about. santa clara county has its first case of enterovirus. we confirmed this morning a child was diagnosed with this virus. nbc bay area's bob redell live at santa clara county. bob, how is this child? >> reporter: in good condition, which is good news. good morning to you, scott. the santa clara public health department confirming to us this morning, yes, a person under the age of


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