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cheeks let me squish those cheeks does it help them to become a smarter person? >> everything helps them learn words and they really respond when you speak their middle names as well. good morning. breaking overnight. brittany maynard, terminally ill woman who re-ignited the right to die debate ended her life. will her decision pave the way for others to make the same controversial choice? cold snap. frigid temperatures up and down the east coast this morning. nearly two feet of snow in parts of maine. more than 100,000 without power. dylan's on the scene and al will tell us if more is on the way. >> what went wrong? did human error cause that virgin galactic space plane cause it to break up in air. this morning virgin galactic's founder sir richard branson joins us for his first live interview since that accident.
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and a walk to remember. nik wallenda, amazes once again. completing two heart-stopping tight rope walks between skyscrapers in chicago. >> it's unbelievable. absolutely stunning. >> what is he going to do now? he will join us live, monday, november 3, 2014. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning. welcome to "today" on a monday morning. i'm matt lauer along side al roker, natalie morales and after 12 weeks, she's left the baby vale in the good hands of her husband mike. and savannah is back from maternity leave. >> i thought you were going to say samantha godfrey. >> i can remember the name. how did that alarm clock feel?
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>> i'm goed to 3 a.m. but it sounds like a baby crying. it's great to be back to see everybody and all of our friends here behind the scenes so it's fun. but you may have water works. >> sun's out on the plaza. women welcoming you back from maternity leave. look at that one. >> i was up all night working on that. >> even got it spelled right. >> great to have you back. we'll have visits with vale. look who is back from chicago after a late night. >> it was a thrilling night and just so glad it all went off amazingly well. nik wallenda making history once again with the two walks over the city of chicago. it was incredible. >> a nail biter. >> it was. huge crowd turned out. >> it's good to have you here. more on nik but to our top story. it's the choice by brittany maynard t 29-year-old who became the face of the controversial
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death with dignity movement to end her own life. tamron hall has the latest. good morning to you. >> good morning everyone. brittany maynard made the decision after being diagnosed with brain cancer. she went through with her promise, dying peacefully surrounded by loved ones. brittany maynard made her final facebook post saturday writing, good bye to my dear friends and family that i love. today is the day i have chosen to pass away in the face of my terminal illness. this terrible brain cancer that has taken so much from me but would have taken so much more. the story of the 29-year-old diagnosed with terminal brain cancer made headlines when she moved to oregon to take advantage of that state's death with dignity act. a video explaining her decision to end her life on november 1 went viral with nearly 10 million views on youtube. >> i don't have to die the way that it's been described to me that my brain tumor would take me.
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>> last week a new video, eluding to a possible delay. >> if november 2 comes along and i'm still alive i know we'll be moving forward as a family like out of love for each other and that the decision will come later. >> overnight a statement from an end of life organization associated with maynard read in part, she chose to abbreviate the dying process by taking the aid in dying medication she received months ago. she died as she intended, peacefully in the arms of her loved ones. there were heart felt tweets about her passing. her story compassion and fight will never leave me. she modeled the bravery of facing death with dignity. she, not cancer had the last word. she thanks family and close friends she called her ring of support before ending with a final message. good-bye world. spread good energy. pay it forward. her official owe bitary released
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reading she left this world with zero regrets on time spent, places been, or people she loved in her 29 years. >> seize the day. what's important to you, what do you care about, what matters. pursue that. forget the rest. >> just last month she and her family took a trip to the grand canyon, the last task on her bucket list. brittany said about her decision t freedom is in the choice. guys, back over to you. >> thanks very much. i think a lot of people are going to weigh in on this today and sharing emotions. both positive and in some cases negative. it's a controversial decision. >> controversial but what a remarkable young woman to share it with everyone took a lot of courage. move on now. the weather is a big story. that brutal cold being felt by tens of millions across the east this morning. that after a nasty storm brought snow all the way from maine to the deep south. today's dylan dreyer is in a very chilly bangor, maine. i recognize that winter coat.
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i didn't think it would be out this early. >> reporter: me neither. you know, you left it was warm, you come back and it feels like the heart of winter. i know you were not gone that long. but it's not just me. even hardy new englanders say this snowstorm hit way too early and they are right. we have 14 1/2 inches of snow on the ground here in bangor, maine. that's typically what you see around christmas, not right after halloween. power crews were out trying to restore power to the more than 100,000 people that lost it. and it's not just the show but the cold stretches all the way down south. judging by this it's hard to believe that winter is still more than six weeks away. in bangor, maine this morning they are waking up to more than a foot of snow. mid fall and already heavy snow and 50-mile-per-hour wind gusts are making highways look downright wintry. snow dusting pumpkins and covering foliage, days after
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halloween. >> it's funny, yesterday you can see i was out cleaning my leaves up out of -- putting away garden beds. what a difference a day makes. >> in foxborough, massachusetts white weather could keep patriots fans down. >> this is football weather. >> more than 50,000 runners bundled up for the new york city marathon with low temperatures and wind gusts up to 40 miles per hour. making an already brutal 26.2 miles even more difficult. even for the professionals. >> very strong run. >> i feel like i fought the whole way. it's tough conditions. >> even the south couldn't escape early snow. cold temperatures from georgia to the carolinas. skiers reveling in the second earliest opening on record at north carolina's sugar mountain ski resort. >> great. they are great. just getting them warmed up for the rest of the season. >> so cold records were set in florida, yes, florida where cold
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air brought new lows to miami, daytona beach and orlando. so of course november wasn't off to a great start this weekend but the good news is we should already start to turn the corner, by this afternoon temperatures at least should rebound across the south and into the mid-atlantic. >> that's right. get back to normal. thank you so much. warm up. now we're also watching a major system coming out from the south. this is going to be a big impact for a wide swath for election day. from del rio, texas, dallas, on into houston and into oklahoma. we're talking some areas picking up 3 to 5 inches of rain and that's going to be spreading to the north. we've got another major system coming onshore into the pacific northwest. and that area is going to be looking over 48 hours from 3 to 6 inches of rain. that moisture down south, that's going to be making its way here into the northeast, and we may be looking at another storm system coming up this weekend.
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>> yeah. >> happy dance. >> all right, al. thank you. in the meantime, we're learning more this morning about what may have led to the tragic crash of a virgin galactic space plane during a test flight. in a moment we'll talk to the company's founder sir richard branson. first, nbc's jacob ras cone has the latest on the investigation. good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning. the ntsb wants to be clear these new facts don't yet tell us the official cause of the crash, that will take months and longer. but we now know video and flight data in and outside the cockpit appear to show mistakes by both man and machine. the unexpected announcement came overnight. a break in the investigation into virgin galactic's failed test flight that killed one pilot and injured another. the ntsb's acting chairman saying the tails or feathers of the space plane which are only supposed to deploy as the aircraft kree enters the atmosphere, deployed before the plane got into space.
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the ntsb saying video from inside the cockpit shows the copilot michael alsbury who died in the crash unlocked the feathers seconds after the plane's rocket ignited which is too soon. but the feathers don't deploy simply because they are unlocked. that requires a second lever. video and flight data confirm nobody pulled that lever. the feathers deployed on their own. seconds later the aircraft came apart. >> we are a long way from finding cause, we still have months and months of investigation to do, a lot that we don't know. >> it broke apart at 45,000 feet and this is the biggest piece of what is left. what would have carried six space tourists and two pilots into suborbit. more than 700 people have already bought tickets for a future space flight including justin bieber, katy perry and leonardo dicaprio. the travel community is mourning
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the loss of alsbury. >> he was a friend and colleague colleague. to all of us. never gets replaced. >> reporter: and the recovering pilot is recovering after surgery, he is well enough to talk to doctors but not yet to investigators. we expect that he may prove to be an integral part of understanding, matt, what actually happened on board that flight. >> all right, jacob, thank you very much. sir richard branson the founder of virgin galactic. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> i know it's early and the ntsb is saying it's going to take a long time to have concrete answers bse preliminary ideas that the copilot on this flight may have started the process of the tails or those feathers at the wrong
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time, have you seen that video, can you confirm that? >> i haven't seen the video myself. the ntsb or leading the investigation, and we don't buy exactly what they tell us. but if the deployment did take place early, obviously they are indicating that may well -- that may well be the cause. but we need them to examine that further and let us know. >> i know you're taking a wait-and-see approach, sir richard, but people are already wondering whether this accident and the death of this copilot is a crippling blow. there have been delays, setbacks in the past with this program. can virgin galactic survive the image seen around the world of that space vehicle coming apart
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at 45,000 feet? >> i think that if we can find what the ntsb pointing to, if that ends up to be the case, that is something which is easy to fix. and we can make absolutely certain that it cannot be done again in the future. so i think you know, we have a wonderful spacecraft, spaceship, wonderful engineers trying to make history and -- they are not going to 0 -- they are going to move forward and create a spaceship company that will be hopefully one day the marvel of the world. yes, it's been a horrible setback, particularly obviously for michael's family. and for mike himself. but we owe to the him to continue and that we will do.
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>> even as you say we owe to the him, i'm thinking back to the early days of the nasa programs going into space and it seemed at that time though they had tragic loss of life as well, that was about the advancement of science, it was about that giant leap for mankind and rightly or wrongly, people don't see your program in the same light. they think it's more of an expensive thrill ride. so is it worth the risks? >> absolutely it's worth the risks. our program is about many different things. first of all, it's about giving the millions of people who would like to go to space the chance to go to space. secondly, it's about putting up massive arrays of satellites to enable the 3 billion people who don't have mobile phone or internet access or wi-fi access to get them. third, it's about with point-to-point travel in the future in an environmentally friendly way in a fraction of
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the time it takes today. i can carry on. so, it's a grand program which has had a horrible seat back, but i don't think anybody watching this would want us to abandon it at this stage. >> sir richard branson, i appreciate your time. thank you very much. >> thank you very much. thanks, matt. >> natalie, troubling news out of iraq. >> it's called the worst blood shed in iraq in more than four months. america's allies against isis rounded up and massacred a sunni tribal leader from the city, said his men were overrun by isis. witnesses claim the islamic militants shot 200 men at close range and dozens of women and children. television reporting that air strikes in response to the killing. world trade center is open for business. 13 years after the 9/11 terror attacks publishing giant conde
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nast will start moving in today. the 104-story skyscraper is america's tallest building, its executive director says the new york city skyline is whole again. republicans and democrats are deadlocked going into tomorrow's midterm elections, that's according to the latest nbc "wall street journal" poll. 46% of likely voters prefer a republican controlled congress. 45% for the democrats. tomorrow's vote will determine winners in all 435 house districts, control of the senate and 36 governor seats. preliminary test results show a patient at duke university medical center who returned from liberia does not have ebola. the patient is not in the clear yet. he will remain at duke in a contained and secure unit. additional testing will occur 72 hours after his fever developed to confirm this result. >> and tensions boiling over at the racetrack on sunday as a
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brawl erupted on pit row. the cars bumped on the track but kevin harvick and several crewmen also getting involved. a free for all. lots of pushing and shoving. plenty of punches too. both gordon and keselowski suffered cuts to their faces. sad to see that there. keep it on the track, guys. in the cars. >> we have ice hockey. >> a little bit. >> thank you. al, it's cold but it's going to be 70 in washington tomorrow. >> really quick rebound which is good news. let's show what you we've got going on. you can see beautiful weather up and down the eastern seaboard, a lot of that snow in new england will be gone by late this afternoon, heavy rain moving into the pacific northwest, plenty of sunshine through the plains, gorgeous day in los angeles. sunny skies and 75. we'll get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. ♪ let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together ♪
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♪ i've got some real estate here in my bag ♪ ♪ it took me four days to hitch-hike from saginaw ♪ ♪ "i've come to look for america" ♪ 7:18 good monday morning to you. i'm meteorologist christina loren. abundant sunshine today and it is hilly out there. look how much sunshine we're getting courtesy of the time change. later today you'll end up in the mid 0s. right here in santa rosa, 70s in the peninsula. a warming trend coming your way. home you have a fantastic monday. >> that's your latest weather.
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>> do you guys have nails? i passed by to wave at natalie and willie. i saw that tightrope. i couldn't believe it. what it did to sunday night twitter traffic was incredible. nik wallenda successfully walked that high wire between two famous chicago skyscrapers. this was stunning tv. he did it blindfolded, as mentioned. willie and natalie were right there, following the action. social media, guys, 42,000 tweets, mentioning nik wallenda's name still at the top of the google trend and facebook page. some of the tweets that stood out to us. andrea said, boyfriend just sneezed and i yelled don't make him fall. there were a lot of really cute vines as well. this one set up the process. if you missed it last night -- i know you didn't. this speeds it up. boom, boom, boom. another one that caught our eye.
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look at this. blink. so nik had a little assistance from ian on this. tabatha wrote he made it look easy. i hope they left the wire up. i want to try it tomorrow. how did it feel, natalie? >> i'm still recovering. it wasn't as gut wrenching as the grand canyon walk. >> i was astonished he's sitting there, talking to you and willie. >> took a selfie. it was incredible. he was trying to talk to us. i was like, nik, focus. it's a little thin wire, less than an inch thick in front of you. >> how cold was it up there? >> freezing but i'm sure much colder for him. >> exactly. we'll check back in in a moment with nik. we're going to ask him what he might do for an encore. he will join us live in a few. big holiday deals are already being rolled out.
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should you jump at them now or will they get bigger the closer we get to christmas? we'll talk about that. first this is "today" on nbc.
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(doorbell) it's a swiffer wetjet! oh, i love this! i could do this everyday. ewww. sunshine is overrated, now we can get messy. you're watching "today in the bay." >> a very good morning to you. it's 7:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. the dublin chp officer accused of stealing and sharing women's private cell phone photos is set to turn himself in today. sean harrington resigned wednesday. he expected to answer to charges of computer data theft in court today. harrington has admitted he stole explicit photos of phones from up to six women he arrested and shared them with other officers. according to his attorney, the officer thought sharing the photos with his co-workers would be funny.
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>> hand watering with a shutoff nozzle will be allowed after 3:00 in the afternoon. you can continue to irrigate with gray or recycled water any time of the day. water during the cooling hours means less water evaporates and plants have time to absorb more water. we could use more rain but i don't think we're going to get it this week right, christina? >> no but we do have more rain in the forecast. happy monday to you. it is chilly to start the day but a beautiful finish coming your way. 43 to kick off the new week in livermore and just a beautiful start here over san bruno. you can see high and mid-level clouds moving in. we're going to see some really lovely temperatures, 70 degrees for the peninsula, 68 for the east shore today and as we head up the next couple days temperatures warm up but we're going to cool you back off
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toward the end of the week as the next storm system gets its act together. here's mike on your drive. >> we have a slower drive continuing to develop on west 92 as the volume continues to build from hayward over to the peninsula. we're talking about westbound direction for 92 and 84. north 101, 87 and 85 recover after a disturbance from an earlier crash. back to you. >> thank you very much mike. thank you for joining us. another local news update in half an hour.
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♪ ♪ welcome back welcome back welcome back ♪ >> welcome back, savannah. and welcome to the world, vale. >> welcome to motherhood and welcome back to the "today" show. we missed you. >> welcome to working motherhood. it's awesome! >> hi, savannah. congratulations. vale is so beautiful. get some sleep. really. >> and make sure you bring all your equipment with you. you know, travel light. your breast pump, your diaper bag. it's easy when you have a baby. you need a massage. >> welcome back. >> mazel tov on your daughter. >> i'm sure she's beautiful. >> one day i'll be a bad influence. >> keep her away from seth rogen.
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>> it's so fun to be back on monday morning, november 3rd, 2014. coming up, i'll tell you what this maternity leave has been like. i have a little video starring, who else, miss vale. >> face timing. >> during breaks. >> with michael and vale. >> she's on to the technology already. >> in the 90th percentile on social media. >> twitter. >> exactly. making headlines this morning, parts of maine are dealing with nearly two feet of snow, at least 130,000 customers lost electricity in this storm. it also slammed the south with record early snow over the weekend. investigators now believe a lever on that ill-fated virgin galactic spacecraft was deployed earlier than it should have been. the ntsb is pointing out now exact cause of the crash has been determined.
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several arrests have been made in connection with a tragic hit and run accident near los angeles. three teenagers, including twin sisters, were killed during trick-or-treating. that led to a massive weekend search for suspects. an intimate and revealing interview, maria shriver sits down with jennifer lopez. she'll talk about her new book, finding and losing love and why it's important for jennifer to be on her own right now. she burst on the scene this summer with that hit "all about that bass." 260 million views on youtube. this morning, meghan trainor will stop by to perform for us live. >> seeing matt take a selfie with meghan during rehearsal. >> i'm taking it for my kids. >> my kids. >> "it's all about that bass." >> can you sign this for my son, matt? >> right. nik wallenda's walk into the record books, we'll talk to him
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in a minute. first, natalie, you had one of the best seats in the house. >> i did. it was cold but incredible. nik proved once again why he is the king of the high wire. this time high above downtown chicago. conquering gusty winds at times and, of course, that cold, incline and then the blindfolded portion, once again making history on live tv. >> all right, chitown, let's do this, baby! >> sunday night, nick wallenda didn't just walk a tightrope, he joined the chicago sky line to defy death and gravity 50 stories up on a wire the width of a penny. nik was walking the distance of two city blocks and up eight stories with 65,000 people gathered below, holding their breath. the dare devil taking in the scenery. >> what's the view like? >> it's unbelievable. absolutely stunning.
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>> and while a sometimes shaky wire didn't quite let him do everything he wanted. >> unfortunately i planned on doing a selfie right about here but i don't like this movement so i don't think i'm going to. >> under seven minutes later, he was on solid ground, kissing family and, yes, taking selfies. followed by a few quick elevator rides before his second walk of the night. >> are we good? >> this one, blindfolded. >> looking good. >> with no vision to help him, nik relied on a pinging beacon and his father's coaching. >> two steps. another step. >> during a breathless 80 seconds where he became king of the windy city sky line. >> one more step. >> putting him back in the world record books yet again. >> stay calm and focus on that next step. there is no time for fear to enter your mind. >> he made it all look so easy. of course, he said this was perhaps his most difficult
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challenge yet, to date. >> i was going to say, difficult to watch. i can't imagine how you felt. let's say hello to the man himself, nik wallenda. good morning to you. how are you feeling? >> i'm feeling great, so blessed to be in this amazing city. i have to thank mayor rahm emanual and the entire city for backing me. 65,000 fans joined me on the street here. what an amazing honor it was. >> what strikes me in watching these things, nik, you walk across that wire like you're walking to the bus stop or to the starbucks. you are so calm, cool and collected. was there never really a moment that you felt a little fear, that your heart rate went up a little bit? >> you know, there's no time for fear. i have to stay focused on what i'm doing. if let fear enter into my body that's when an accident can happen. i try to remain very positive and very focused and train properly. it's really about training and preparation, knowing i would be successful making this walk. i never would have taken that first step if i wasn't fully confident. >> that said, you were going to do a selfie at one point but
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decided not to. is that because conditions weren't sufficient to do that? >> there were a couple of big gusts of winds that hit me in the face and stood me upright. i was leaning into it. and i thought maybe i shouldn't do this. three-quarters of the way up, jim cantore warned me i was going to face more fierce winds coming off that building. to be honest, in the excitement or anxiousness, i wanted to get up there because i wanted to see how bad it was going to be. and at the end i thought i did that really quick. i should have stopped. but all's well that end's well. glad to be on solid ground. >> the next walk you did, of course, blindfolded. what's that like to have that sense taken from you? how important is your vision in doing what you do? how many adjustments did you have to make? >> up until recently i thought it was impossible to walk a wire without vision. my parents always told me to focus on the other end, that's the solid rock, and focus on that. you'll make it across to the other side.
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to take that important element out was extremely challenging and wire walking was definitely second nature to me. seven generations, it's in my blood. but definitely challenging mentally. it's very, very draining. there was no time to think about it. i knew i had to get over that wire. basically i told myself i'm going to torture you mentally for 2 1/2 minutes but i know you're going to make it safely to the other side because you're prepared. i jumped on that cable and here i am this morning. >> you make it look so easy. i know you're planning your next big stunt. feel free to let us in on what it is. do you feel in your heart you will know when enough is enough or do you feel that pressure to always be topping yourself? >> no, i really do feel like i'll know when enough is enough. it may be soon. my great grandfather did lose his life and it had to do with his physical ability. it wasn't his age but he couldn't hold on. i have been trained to hold on to that wire.
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knowing that that wire is there. if there's ever too much or anything i'll go down and hold on and wait for my guys. i do think there will be a time. when you think it's time, i told my family, let me know and i'll give it up. >> your encore performance, have you planned it? >> i'm working on re-creating my great grandfather's greatest walk in georgia, he did two head stands on the wire. i've never done a head stand on the wire in public. i'm training for that. i want to re-create that walk. i want to walk the wire with my great grandfather. >> nik wallenda, thank you so much. some of us can't do a head stand anywhere. >> i speak for the room, i think. i don't want to see him do a head stand. it's too nerve racking. >> can't he take up other hobbies? maybe fantasy golf? >> take up knitting, nik. >> exactly. amazing to watch. let's get a check of the weather from al. >> announcer: "today's" weather is brought to you by mass mutual, a company owned by its policy holders.
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>> it seemed like winter this weekend. high pressure builds in, jet stream moves up to the north. as it does, we get that return flow of air. temperatures nice and mild today. kansas city, 68. dallas, 78 degrees, seven degrees above normal. little rock at 71. tomorrow, that warmth moves east. albany, up to 60, seven degrees above normal, d.c., 71 degrees. rest of the country today, another big storm moving into the pacific northwest. moisture streaming up out of the southwest, bringing heavy rain later to texas and oklahoma. northeast looks spectacular. lots of sunshine. gorgeous day today in buffalo. sunny skies. 59 degrees. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happenin 7:39 now. it's officially the coldest morning of the season so far. 36 degrees that's cold enough for frost over your local
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bridges and overpasses. take it easy out there. 71 degrees in the south bay. the north bay, you'll climb to about 73 degrees. 66 meanwhile in san francisco and 71 degrees out in the tri-valley. as we get into the rest of the week, temperatures are actually going to climb but will stay nice and comfortable for the next couple of days. peak warm expected by wednesday. trending can't they hire a stand-in? tom cruise pulls off what could be the most daring stunt ever by a movie star clinging to the side of a plane. take that nik wallenda. up next who needs to wait for black friday when you can and just give them the basics, you know. i got this. [thinking] is it that time? the son picks up the check? [thinking] i'm still working. he's retired. i hope he's saving. i hope he saved enough. who matters most to you says the most about you.
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>> about 50%. >> stop it. >> part of it is charity stuff. >> all right. he's always the early boy -- bird. the rush is on. major retailers kicking off sales a month early. gabe gutierrez is getting in the spirit of the season at a walmart outside atlanta. gabe good morning to you. >> reporter: matt good morning. we keep hearing about christmas creeping up this year. cyber monday made-up shopping holiday anyway is already moving up. if you ask customers, many may groan about it but if you ask retailers it's all about consumer demand. halloween orange is the new black friday. walmart, the world's largest retailer is kicking off new online deals after announcing price rollbacks the day after halloween, four weeks before the usual chaos of black friday. >> my message to customers is shop whenever you want and we're
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ready. >> reporter: office depot, office max and amazon.com also started sale this is weekend. target is already offering free holiday shipping and sears is planning discounts next weekend. >> good start. boost in the spirit season too. >> reporter: holiday sales are forecast to rise 4% this year online purchases expected to grow 8 to 11%. >> as you can see, we started already. >> reporter: only four in ten consumers say the u.s. economy would impact their holiday spending plans, about 20% last than last year and the lowest since the national retail federation started asking the question in 2009. >> shoppers today want value and they want price. retailers actually have to compete on much more than what they usually have to compete on. >> reporter: how far is too far? 56,000 people have liked the facebook page calling for stores to stay closed on black thursday commonly known as thanksgiving. some will keep their doors
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closed while others can't. >> it's probably crazy but it gets people in the store. >> reporter: should you buy now or later? many retailers like walmart have not announced their exact prices -- price discounts for black friday. retail analysts say that the discounts will be deeper then or even later. as for me i've made quite a dent in my shopping already. al i got you these teenage mutant ninja turtles and for baby vale i got a pretty good option here. >> care bear. and gabe you're already wearing your christmas sweater. way to get in the spirit. >> i thought i would get in the spirit christmas trees here the sweater. i'm all good. >> gabe nice. thank you very much. >> i'm not emotionally prepared for holiday shopping season. >> i always wait until after thanksgiving always. >> you're good at shopping though. just saying. just putting the challenge out there. coming up maria shriver's candid interview with jennifer lopez, one of the most candid
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7:51. let's check in with tamron covering for carson in the orange room. >> yes. have you been looking at your twitter feed? >> i've been texting with vale. >> because vale has an iphone. as vale is texting mommy, many of you have been sending in
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wonderful wale wishes to savannah using the #savannah is back. i envy the onesie and this little teddy bear bed. all adults should wake up this way. this is some of the video of vale at home thinking about mom. these are some of the tweets. amanda said being nervous is perfectly okay. was a wreck and cried all the way to work the first day. it gets better i promise. and waterproof mascara, that is what you need. and natalie sent out a beautiful blog to you. she said i remember crying when i went my first work trip away from josh. it gets easier. more well wishes to savannah coming up. jenny from the block, j.lo opens up about love and life. more after your local news and we
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a very good morning to you. it is 7:56. students at u.c. berkeley mourning the loss of a talented young student who fell to his death at the oracle arena on saturday night. the coroner's office reported he fell more than 20 feet from an elevated and restricted area behind the stage. >> a controversial piece of equipment could soon become standard issue for some bay area police officers. today the san rafael city council will consider a resolution to buy body cameras for its entire police force. supporters say they increase transparency. grant money would be used to kofrts cover the $40,000 to $60,000 expense. let's check the forecast with
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christina loren. >> a brand new week and forecast to talk about. 71 degrees in the south bay, 68 on the east shore, 66 a beautiful day for you in san francisco and kind of warm out there today but not too bad at all here in the tri-valley. you'll get a taste of the low 70s for today. a live shot of oakland, everything seems to be looking good here. and there's a storm system just to our north but high pressure takes over later this week and that will lead to a heat surge. rain on the way, more on this today at 11:00. first here's mike and your drive. >> we're looking here at 880 north toward oakland. if you're looking south, fremont also jammed up south into 880. 280 jams out coming out of southan
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francisco. heavy volume now. back to you. >> see you in a bit.
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♪ it's 8:00 on "today" and coming up baby she's back after nearly three months spending time with baby vale savannah returns to work and we welcome her back with open arms. and then jennifer lopez opens up like never before. >> are you scared? >> i do get scared. >> you get scared? >> yeah i get scared. it's not normal for me. >> the movie star, mogul and mom gets honest with maria shriver about life and love. ♪ because i'm all about that bass ♪ plus she's all about that bass. megan trainor has the hit song
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of the year and she's climbing the charts once again. she's back with a live performance today, monday november 3rd, 2014. >> welcome back savannah! >> welcome back savannah we missed you all the way from mississippi. >> good morning, vale! >> welcome back savannah! >> we're glad you're back! >> let's have a play date. and we're back now. 8:00 on a monday morning. it's the third day of november 2014 and it's the first day back to work for one savannah guthrie who has been out for the past
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three weeks on maternity leave. a lot of nice people with a lot of nice signs are welcoming you back. >> see all these happy faces. >> i think it would be nice to say thank you to all the ladies and gentlemen who stepped up and filled in while you were gone. tamron and natalie and hoda. >> they all went out and partied last night. we want to say thank you. >> we love you. >> great, great job. >> i was a viewer. i watched every day. >> baby vale did, as well. >> by the way, technically, you came back friday during our halloween extravaganza. >> can you not bring that up i don't want you to roll those mom jeans. >> by the way, we should mention we have the beards going today for no-shave today to raise awareness to men's health issues. get used to this. >> they're coming along nicely, mr. roker.
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>> yeah. >> get a check of the morning's top stories. >> hello, once again. good morning, everyone. in the news founder sir richard branson says he plans to move forward with the galactic program despite friday's crash. virgin galactic experimental spaceship broke apart friday after a device to slow its descent went prematurely. earlier on today branson told matt the program is still worth it despite the devastating crash. >> it's been a horrible setback, particularly obviously, for michael and for his family and for mike himself. but, we owe it to him to continue and that we will do. >> although they say the so-called feathering device deployed early, they are a long way from finding out the cause of the crash. the pilot survived and remains hospitalized.
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today is a last full day of campaigning before mid-term elections tomorrow. at stake all seats in the house, control of the senate and 36 governor seats. on sunday president obama campaigned for connecticut's democratic governor and he was heckled by protesters demanding immigration reform. >> meantime, a new nbc news/"wall street journal" poll prefer a republican-controlled congress and 45 prefer it controlled by democrats. power is out this morning for thousands of homes in the eastern u.s. after an early blast of wintry weather. almost two feet of snow fell over the weekend in parts of maine and with cold temperatures and 50-mile-per-hour wind gusts a blustery start to november. a full six weeks before the official start of winter. today forecasters say after a chilly start though it should warm up in the south and the east. this weekend, tennis star
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caroline was supposed to walk down the aisle but rorry mcilroy called off the wedding so she instead chose to run the new york city marathon. she joined more than 50,000 runners in the marathon here in the city and an impressive fashion, as well. she completed the journey in three hours, 26 minutes as she barely trained for it. it was her first marathon. she also raised over $80,000 for charity team for kids and our own erica hill also finished the race. a huge congratulations to her. i hope she's getting time for herself and a good foot massage. 8:05 right now. let's go outside once again and check in with everybody on the plaza. >> a lot of marathon trainers out here. very nice. the more marathon folks over here. our good friend ally harris finished in 3 hours and 19 seconds. will you marry? you're not particular either me
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or matt. sorry, that's against the law in a lot of states. we can't do that. let's show you what we got going on right now. we got a lot of wet weather making its way out of mexico. moisture streaming there. that's going to bring heavy rain into texas and oklahoma. more rain in the pacific northwest and afternoon highs. the only really warm spot down in southern texas is chilly northern new england and temperatures in the 30s there and wet weather moves into the pacific northwest and breezy in new 8:06. good monday morning. a beautiful day shaping up. temperatures are going to end up in the upper 60s in san francisco. 70 degrees for the peninsula, 70 degrees straight up for the south bay. out in wine country, 74 not a bad day for you. east shore's looking good for the mid-60s. and comfortable conditions will persist into tomorrow, as well. 71 degrees for the tri-valley. as you get out to vote tomorrow, temperatures will creep up a couple of degrees.
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then we have peak warmth headed your way for wednesday. more on that in moments. >> and that's your latest weather. >> all right, al. thank you very much. you have to pay attention to this one. coming up on trending why did he do it? the man who jumped on to a floating whale carcass in the middle of a shark feeding frenzy. >> really? >> disclaimer. maria shriver's interview with jennifer lopez, talking about love her difficult breakup and her surprising struggle with low self esteem. and meghan trainor of "all about that bass no treble." she
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how much money do you have in your pocket right now? i have $40 $21. could something that small make an impact on something as big as your retirement? i don't think so. well if you start putting that towards your retirement every week and let it grow over time, for twenty to thirty years that retirement challenge might not seem so big after all. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together ♪ ♪ i've got some real estate here in my bag ♪ ♪ it took me four days to hitch-hike from saginaw ♪ ♪ "i've come to look for america" ♪
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♪ my son is going to wash the family prius. he insisted on using the rain to save water. fourteen years ago, i insisted on buying our first prius. because like toyota, we both know there's a way to do things, and a way to do things even better. the prius. toyota, let's go places. it is 8:12 on a monday morning. time for savannah's first return to trending. >> you are going to start with a doozie. >> as bad ideas go -- this is
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26-year-old harrison williams pulling himself on to a rotting whale. >> that is disgusting. >> he said he thought it would be fun to ride that carcass until he realized the rotting whale had friends, several sharks along with a great white. his friends eventually saved him. this morning he admits he acted like an idiot. >> mom called me an idiot. dad is not too proud. >> he said he learned his lesson. i guess that means the next time he sees a dead whale carcass. >> it would take an ocean of purell to climb on a rotting whale carcass. >> he is right in the middle of the rot. >> enjoy your cheerios. >> that is disgusting. >> can you imagine the smell? >> how did they get the video? did his friends film that or a chopper?
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>> somebody nearby or off the shore. let's move on to better things. fans of "mission impossible" have you wondered if tom cruise does his own stunts? feast your eyes on these photos. this is one of the most famous men in the world clinging to the side of a plane 5,000 feet in the air. tom is filming the fifth installment of the franchise. at the age of 52 in a full tailored suit there he is performing a death defying stunt. he said he wants it to look realistic so it is him on the plane. >> hanging off the skyscraper. >> he climbed it with suction cups. >> you would think for insurance reasons he couldn't do that. maybe it was the last -- >> funny how you are impressed by the tailored suit.
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>> the last james bond when he jumps into the train. >> when he goes sky diving and has the tuxedo on underneath it. >> kind of like shoes. do you think you would be friends with your parents if you had grown up together at the same time? i would have to tell you this is something i never thought about until i saw these photos this woman put together. this is danielle and her mom now. here they are, vintage photos. the series had i known my mother back then. photos shared holidays halloween, prom. check out today.com. i love this idea. i think i would be friends with my mom, of course. it does put you in that mindset how you would interact. >> i'm best friends with my mom now and i know i would have
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loved her. that is so beautiful and so touching. >> my mom really likes boxed wine. >> that's a good holiday if you can get that -- that is a beautiful gift to give a parent. >> if you are good at photo shop though. >> last item does not need an awful lot of setup. kevin spacy proving he is one of the masters of celebrity impressions. his first challenge imagining what johnny carson would be like at a costume party. >> i love a good costume party. it is halloween. a lot of people are dressing up as ghosts or witches. >> dr. phil frankenstein. listen to me you are not a monster. you are only a monster when you are drunk. >> trick-or-treat. smell my feet.
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give me something good to eat. when there is something strange in your neighborhood who you going to call? that's right, ghost busters. >> so good. >> that is what is trending today. sure to be trending today, savannah savannah's return from maternity leave. we are happy to have her back after 12 weeks of being home. i know that you are documenting every wiggle and giggle. >> you know that because i send them to you on text messages. we wanted to share a little bit of what the past couple of months have been like for our family, so take a look. a i had the best last day of work. i was ready to not be pregnant
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anymore as i think every woman feels like when they get towards the end there. two days later i'm on my way to the hospital. mike started shooting video. when he asked me how i felt i could barely speak. >> excited? why is there water in your eyes? >> i just was so excited and hoping everything would be okay. when i laid my eyes on her i just was like there you are. >> she is so cute. >> she looks a lot like mike. the only thing i think vale has from me is the cheeks. every parent wants to shout it from the roof top. kw felt lucky that we got to do that. they don't send you a manual with what to do.
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mike practiced with the car seat and getting it into the car. we were struggling to get that car seat out of the stroller. mike had made a little sign on the computer that said welcome home vale and he put it in her crib which i thought was really cute. the first month or so i really checked out. it just felt important to totally focus on her and on family. everybody on the show came by and saw her. i pretty much didn't leave the house. if you wanted to see me or the baby you had to come to our apartment. she is a good eater but like her parents she likes to snack. she is drunk on milk. when she was 3 weeks old my mom and i were hanging on the play mat and she kind of rolled over. i asked my doctor what level of brilliance are we talking about.
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she said that is a fluke, don't get too excited. learning to give her a bath was a huge challenge. she cried and then i fed her and then i cried because it was so stressful. >> that feel good. >> now vale loves her bath. she can sit in it all day long. >> you know how much i love you? >> it will surprise no one that mike is an awesome dad. he makes funny faces and making the corny jokes. >> i feel like i can tell you anything too. >> wow. >> i definitely don't want to paint a completely rosy picture. it's hard. >> you know we didn't get any sleep last night? >> you get very very exhausted. i'm terrified to come back to a job where i have to speak for a living because i honestly have a very hard time right now putting basic sentences together.
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you can do it. matt would be so gracious about that. he would never tease me. you smell good. i was thinking a lot about coming back to work and it's bittersweet. because this time has felt so precious and magical. i'm going to work. i'll miss you every second. feel like a different person in a lot of ways and i hope a better person for sure. because now i'm a mom. >> you woke her up this morning to tell her good-bye? >> yes. the old never wake up a sleeping baby. i'm like, oh it's mike's problem now. >> does it seem like it's gone by quickly when you look at all that footage? >> yeah it does. i feel like those first few days crawled by and suddenly in a blink i'm back and she's -- you know she's big now. she can almost sit up. >> yeah. >> she's, you know laughing and
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smiling and -- >> looked like she was doing the army crawl there. >> yeah. i'm just overjoyed. the way i think about it, she's a present i get to keep unwrapping because with kids every new phase is so exciting. look at her. >> blessed. >> pretty fortunate in our jobs. hopefully, you get to make the transition get to go home a little early in the beginning. >> absolutely. >> i did give you a little bit of advice. a lot of other moms are giving you advice as well on our website you can read at today.com. take the transition slowly. baby steps is definitely the key to making it work. >> exactly. >> good to have you back. >> great to have you here. >> has vale started looking at colleges yet? >> oh, gosh! >> they tease. >> one one g girl in texas is standing on her decision to commit to one at an early age. janet caught up with her exclusively. >> reporter: what looks like a simple pick-up game among young
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girls. may, in fact be the future of one of the nation's powerhouse basketball programs. in school she doesn't seem all that different from her seventh grade classmates but at barely 13 before she's even in high school the san antonio girl just accepted an offer to play college ball six years from now for the university of texas. how young were you when you were like out on a court like this for the first time? >> i was 3. >> reporter: 3? >> yes. >> reporter: the college courtship of future players doesn't start that young, but it has been trending younger. 13 is rare. multiple schools were interested in you in fifth grade. how old were you? >> i was 11. and texas started showing interest when i was sixth grade. >> reporter: you might say it's in her dna. >> eyes up. >> reporter: her mom who trains her played college ball and her
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dad was a star point guard for the very school his daughter has chosen. >> i would have really liked her to have gone through the recruiting process a little bit more. even if she was going in her mindset that she was going to texas. >> reporter: but nothing would come between dasha and a dream. in kindergarten she was playing fifth graders. >> i think if a kid is putting in the amount of time like a gymnast would or anybody who is trying to go to the olympics or anything like that i think they shouldn't have a limit on what the possibilities are. >> reporter: while she's been celebrating with friends, her commitment can only be verbal and nonbinding. ut says it can't comment on recruits, due to ncaa rules. as far as she is concerned, it's a done deal. to you think there's a chance you'll change your mind? >> i don't think so because it's just always been my dream and i just love it.
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>> reporter: a talented team eded teen commits to college making hoop dreams come true. for "today," san antonio. >> wow, that's a lot of opportunity awaiting this young lady at the age of 15. >> a lot of talent, for sure. tamron let's go over to you. >> i'm with the hottest pop star in the country, it's all about that bass no treble. we're going to talk to you about your success because no more people said, no, she said yes. we'll say how her success.
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a very good morning to you. it's 8:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. the chp officer accused of stealing and sharing women's private cell phone photos is set to turn himself in today. he's expected to answer to charges in court today. harrington admitted he stole explicit photos from the phones of up to six women he had arrested. according to the attorney the officer thought it would be funny. he could serve more than three years behind bars if convicted. want to check that morning commute with mike. how are we looking for this monday? >> we're expecting a smooth drive. and we haven't relatively speaking. the southbound 880 through fremont where traffic is jamming up toward mission. we expect this pattern. and look at the maps.
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really slow right now. really big jam for 87. it actually started to move a little better now for the south bay. that's good news. but overall, silicon valley still drags slow south. and also 880, 280 really jammed coming into san mateo. 880 continues with the build over toward the bay bridge toll plaza. and watch your evening commute. that time change means it'll get darker earlier in your commute. folks will slam on the brakes when they hit the roads. >> thank you so much. thank you for joining us as well. another local news update in half an hour. have a great morning.
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8:30 now on this monday morning. it's the 3rd of november 2014. we are all about that bass this morning, meghan trainor is here. we have a lot of runners on our plaza, still standing new york city marathoners are here with their medals. >> congrats. >> conditions were not easy yesterday. it was cold and windy. >> no question.
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congrats to them. also i think you can hear from the music in the background there what's coming up. that's 20-year-old meghan trainor, breakout star thanks to "all about that bass." she's here for a special live performance with her friends in just a little while. >> wait for that. plus jennifer lopez opening up about life love and a surprising battle with low self esteem in a very candid interview with maria shriver. one of the funniest guys out there, mentally irregular, martin short opening up about his classic characters why he almost quit snl midseason and more. and as you can see from matt check there, and al's face, no shave "today" is in full swing, important message behind this year's campaign. we're rooting for our fellas. >> nice to have your support. how about a quick check of the weather?
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>> wet weather moving into texas and oklahoma. more wet weather in the pacific northwest. tomorrow that rain expands out west. snow in the intermountain region. wet weather from the great lakes all the way back down into texas. probably affecting some voter turnout. sunny skies along the eastern seaboard with temperatures rebounding rather nicely. that's what's going on aro 8:32. happy monday. i'm meteorologist christina loren. you can see for ten miles or better. we've got a gorgeous day coming your way. even with ample sunshine in the forecast. 70 degrees comfortable here in the south bay. wine country's going to be pretty nice as well. 73 degrees for you. 70 on the east shore. a nice day shaping up for you out there in the east bay tri-valley region. 71 degrees in the forecast. we're going to continue to climb all the way through wednesday, then temperatures slowly drop off for the end of the week. next rain early next week. all right. happy birthday to you. what a pretty smile. all right. let's head back inside.
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>> all right, al. thank you. jennifer lopez is the very definition of a superstar, hit records, movies and tv shows. >> maria shriver sat down with jennifer recently. maria, good to see you. good morning. >> good morning, matt. nice to see you, savannah. welcome back. >> thank you. >> this is jennifer lopez like you have never seen her before. she says she started this book as a diary of her 2011 world tour but it quickly turned into something much deeper. in it she reveals her secret struggles with self esteem her troubling patterns with men and what she's finally learned about love. ♪ have you seen her on the dance floor ♪ >> reporter: as an entertainer, jennifer lopez seems to bare it all. ♪ i want to dance ♪ >> reporter: now in her new book "true love" she's even bearing her soul. the superstar writes about an
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emotional year on tour in 2011 the same year her eight-year marriage to singer marc anthony unraveled. and she reveals surprising discoveries she made about herself along the way. >> the title of the book is called "true love." >> yes. >> reporter: and you write a lot about it. i think you have something like 60 songs. >> right. i do. >> reporter: talking about love true love. >> i know. ♪ if you had my love ♪ >> i'm such a romantic. ♪ i wish you were my first love ♪ >> reporter: but the true love you actually came to write about is very different than the true love you grew up wanting and the true love you had written about. >> i feel like when we're kids you're sold into this fairy tale idea of what this love is that prince charm something going to come along to save you and you live happily ever after. they're going to rescue me from the bronx and we're going to go off and live in a castle somewhere and it's going to be awesome and he's going to love me forever and i'm going to love him forever and it's going to be so easy. and it's really different than that. after being let down so hard
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with the divorce, here i am trying to try so hard and hold it together and make this amazing life when i feel unhappy and hiding those feelings. >> reporter: you were doing that? >> yes. that true love i realized, was the love that was missing inside of myself. >> reporter: for yourself? >> for myself. >> reporter: causing her, she says to make choices that were hurtful for her, starting years before. you write in the book about a scene when you're on the phone with your boyfriend and your agent is watching you plead with the boyfriend on the phone for yourself and then you come back into the room and she says wow, you have self esteem issues. >> right. >> reporter: you never had contemplated that you had low self esteem? >> no. i thought i was the tough girl from the bronx, had it all together. i was out in hollywood. nobody -- i had so much common sense and street smarts and all that kind of stuff. >> reporter: how does that work?
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someone has low self esteem but they're on television they're confident enough -- >> in one area. >> reporter: right. they're on stage, looking sexy, looking hot and that doesn't go with low self esteem. >> i had this confidence in what i could do. i did not have so much confidence in who i was and what i had to offer just as a girl. >> reporter: can you work to figure out why you thought you were so unworthy in love? >> it's still a work in progress for me. it's how you feel as a child. being a middle child and being invisible sometimes and trying to get the attention. what did i do? i overachieved. i ran track and won medals every weekend or i would go on the show and steal the show. that would give me a confidence. but there was a part of me that just wanted love that just wanted to be you know -- that felt like she wasn't worthy of love which is why she was trying to do all this stuff. >> reporter: she says that's why when one romance ended she would jump right into another without a break, always mistaking
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passion for real love. >> reporter: gives me a little comfort and gives me a little -- we have a little chemistry, boom we're in. >> reporter: when you broke up with ben afflec marc anthony was there and, boom you were in. >> you're right. probably my first big heartbreak and one of my friends that came into my life and said i'm here. what you need to know is nobody can save you or heal you. only you can do that for you. >> reporter: and now she's doing it. for the first time in her adult life jenny from the block is living single. breaking from boyfriend casper smart earlier this year. you're alone now. >> yes. >> reporter: are you scared about that? >> yeah i do. i get scared. >> reporter: you get scared? >> yeah i get scared. it's not normal for me. but i also know that i can't make decisions based on the fear so that when a person does show
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up i'm like this is so nice. yeah come on. let's move in together you know. or i go let's get to know each other. are you good enough for my kids? and if we bump into some bumpy parts are you going to work on it with me? i'm open to t i'm open to love. right now i think it's better to be on my own for a minute and learn more about myself. >> reporter: jennifer's book "true love" is out tomorrow in both english and spanish. and a portion of the profits will go towards her lopez family foundation which benefits women and children. matt? >> you actually have part two of this tomorrow right, maria? >> that's right, we do on the "today" show and we'll talk about fame and how "american idol" changed her life and what the mother of two says to the critics of her racy music video "booty." i don't think you've seen that. have you? >> i haven't even heard of it. >> he hasn't seen it yet this morning. >> very good stuff today, thank you very much. >> yes.
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thank you. >> thank you for having me. coming up next the important message behind all this facial hair. >> there is no -- >> first this is "today" on nbc.
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back now at 8:41. it's a day of new beginnings here. savannah is back and so is our no shave "today" campaign all this month, the men of "today," we're going to ditch our razors. >> not just to keep our faces warm, although that does help. it's all for an extremely important cause. >> i think people will be noticing a little change around here when it comes to the men of "today." >> #no shavetoday. join us take your razors and shaving cream and put them away for november. >> some of us wore it better than others. >> no shave november which we like to call 50 shades of gray.
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>> my kids called me black santa this weekend. >> stencil work by our makeup team. >> it wasn't just us who grew out the scruff. >> i colored in a little gray there for you just to make you feel better. >> all of you joined in as well mixing fun with the serious cause of raising awareness for men's health. >> hair with a purpose, we like to say. >> testicular cancer a disease that mostly strikes young men. the average age of diagnosis, just 33 years old. but it's more than 90% curable. >> men have got to do a self exam. >> here take my testicles. >> another cancer prostate which for men is the most common and the second deadliest cancer according to the cdc. one out of seven men will be diagnosed with it in their lifetime. >> this morning, al you and i will get a prostate screening live on the air. >> we're going to save a lot of men from prostate cancer.
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>> i will not be out sweeped, swept by the "today" show. >> how is my prostate back there? >> spectacular. >> to college campuses around the country. >> a group of young men out at indiana university who embodied the true spirit of no shave november. >> we got together and created this fund-raiser. >> $57,000 has gone to the lymphoma research foundation. >> join us as we start the conversation again about men's health with no shave "today." >> hey, don't forget willie geist is taking part. >> right. >> carson out in l.a. doing the voice is taking part as well. he is already -- carson just kind of grunts and grows out a beard. >> it is about the cause. no shave movement very big on a lot of college campuses. if you know a group or fraternity taking part head to today.com to share your stories
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and you could become a part of our month-long initiative. up next martin short on his award-winning career in comedy. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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all right. we're back now with emmy winner martin short. making us laugh with movie like "three amigos" and "father of the bride" also a star on "saturday night live" where his cast of characters included the bizarre ed greenly. >> yes, you can be on the show, i think i would go so crazy. it would be just the best. mr. sajak, i would like to buy a vowel, please. >> we paid tribute to snl over the weekend or halloween. >> i know. >> i was going to do ed grimly. >> why didn't you? >> because pat spoke to me for some reason. >> pat always speaks to you.
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>> good to have you here. >> good to see you, matthew. >> you were only on "saturday night live" one year. >> yeah. >> it seemed to me to be a lot longer. >> i think that's because billy crystal, and a couple of us had one-year contracts. we treated it like .22 specials. if i thought i was going to thereby for five years, i would have been calmer about it. >> paced yourself a little bit. >> okay how do i -- >> was it the schedule that got you? >> no no i had done sct for a couple of years. i had a little baby. one-year contract. they gave it to me. >> i think you're too young to write this book but that's okay. >> i'm going to be 45 next year. >> oh, right, exactly. >> what's everyone laughing about? >> in your visits here it's occurred to me that you're kind of a private person. in a book like this by its very nature you have to reveal things about yourself.
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were you worried about that? >> yes, absolutely. i used to think i could never write a book because i don't want to talk about that person phoning at 4:00 in the morning drunk. then you realize you don't have to include that story. and, secondly my wife died a couple of years ago and, you know i had also lost my parents when i was young. >> and i think a brother. >> and a brother. >> within a short period of time. >> within a short period of time. i had lost three members of my family by 20 and i had to figure out how to be happy because my natural orientation was to be happy. then at 60 the same thing. i thought oh, i see a book. >> you write about nancy. one of the things i loved reading about, she was very funny. >> hilarious. >> very funny. >> you tell a story about how when you would two would argue, she would demand to speak to ed grimly. >> she liked ed grimly better than me. at times -- ed always sided with her. so she would say, i don't want to talk to you. you're being obnoxious. i want to talk to ed.
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oh miss nancy, how boring is he? he's so obsessed with himself and, my that's a pretty top you're wearing. okay go away ed. >> done. i win the argument. >> yeah. >> you talk about some of the people you know in hollywood and not in a name droppy way, kind of a matter of fact way but you talk about having a chance to meet some of your idols. you went to broadway and sat next to katherine hepburn. >> i did. >> it didn't go so well? >> no. it was a play "royal family". there's an empty seat beside me and suddenly i hear excuse me get out of my way. move that umbrella, you id not. it's katherine hepburn. i'm thinking i'm not going to say anything. i'm going to be very cool. act one ends and rosemary harris does a dramatic diatribe and i turn to hebburn saying isn't she classy? and she, because i'm talking to her like a real person says she certainly is. you know rosemary has this
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ability to be real -- very much like the best people you can ever imagine in your life as she's saying that i'm thinking i'm talking to katherine hepburn. i say to her, well miss hepburn, you're no slouch. and she looks at me and says thank you. and then she turns to the person. do you mind if i change seats? >> to get away from you. >> she didn't want to talk to me. >> very fun and very poignant always the case with you. martin good to see you. >> matt good to see you. >> the book is called up next one of music's hottest stars. meghan trainor performing live in studio 1a. but, first, this is "today" on nbc.
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>> announcer: the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. >> a few short months later meghan trainor is on top of the music world. remember when you were here i said what are you going to do? world domination. >> you called it first. >> and you said you wanted to go on tour. >> yeah, i did. >> turns out you have some news about that. >> february 11th i'm going on tour. i'm headlining. >> it's crazy. >> can you believe how much has happened in these few short months.
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>> you wore pink, though i remember that. >> i always wear pink for you. well, we are so proud of you, like to say we knew you when. you have a new song. >> i'm moving so you can can sing it. ♪ ♪ your lips are movein' ♪ ♪ do you think i can be replaced i come from outer space ♪ ♪ what we got straight overdo go find somebody new ♪ ♪ you can buy me diamond earrings yes, you can ♪ ♪ bye, bye, bye ♪ ♪ i know your lips are movin'
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tell me you think i'm ♪ ♪ i am young give you sweet talk ♪ ♪ saying how you're number one but i know your lips are movin' ♪ ♪ baby don't you know i know your lips are movin' ♪ ♪ your lips are movin' your lips are moving ♪ ♪ hey baby don't you bring those tears because it's too late too late ♪ ♪ you only love me when you're here you're so two faced, two faced ♪ ♪ you can buy my diamond earrings, yes, you can baby ♪
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♪ bye, bye, bye i know your lie your lips are moving ♪ ♪ you give me sweet talk saying how you're number one ♪ ♪ but i know your lie your lips are moving ♪ ♪ baby don't you know i know your lips are moving ♪ ♪ your lips are moving your lips are moving ♪ ♪ your lips are moving your lips are moving ♪ >> all right, today show, i want you to sing. ♪ your lips are moving tell me do you think i'm dumb ♪ ♪ i might be young, but i'm not
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stupid ♪ ♪ you give me sweet talk ♪ >> meghan trainor. i guess i have a new favorite song now. meghan is back in our next hour. first, your local news. it is 8:56 now. laura garcia-cannon. federal aid coming to the aid of victims of the quake. fema has opened the disaster recovery center in napa and vallejo to help with the application process. and the giants have until today to exclusively talk with pablo sandoval about a new contract. if they don't get it done today, panda is free to talk to any team he wants. he says he loves san francisco
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and would love to stay. we'd love to have him. the giants are hopeful they can resign him. another local news update in about half an hour. hope you get a chance to enjoy your monday morning. thanks for joining us.
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from nbc news this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" monday morning, november 3rd 2014. little bit chilly crowd out on our plaza. willie geist along with al roker, nattily armorales, tamron hall. all of us in chicago over the weekend. >> he invited you. we don't welcome you on the conference call and when we go as a group to chicago sometimes we forget to tell you about it. >> you don't need to confirm how great you are. you are tv's al roker.
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>> tv's al roker was not invited. >> mayor rahm emanuel bring us back in the summer. >> it is the best city. >> i do too. >> wonderful place. >> be great to go see it i don't know, during some kind of a big event with millions watching worldwide. nat would be so great. when two of four of people who are actually on tv and you could root them on maybe. but i figure since nobody else is going. i did watch at home. >> thank you. >> willie brought back his blue jacket. >> me and my daughter courtney, watched the whole thing. >> you should have been there. >> and by the way, i noticed you had another weatherman with you. cheating on me with jim cantore. >> that does hurt. i'm with you now, al. >> for those of you who don't know what we're talking about. skyscrapers live. >> if you missed it on discovery channel last night. we co-hosted nik wallenda
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walking. first he walked from marina city west. walking uphill across the chicago river at a 19 degree incline. natalie you were waiting on the other side and you could see how steep it was. >> almost 100-foot difference. so it is steep. it's eight stories. you see right there as he's walking off and that took effort. just chatting casually with all of us and looked like he was ready to celebrate and then he had the second part which was a little more difficult because it involved taking away his sight. wearing a blindfold. >> he was always worried that was the more difficult. thispletely covered his eyes and walked between the two marina towers. he had his father on the other side with a mega phone and this little device that he sent out a pinging sound otherwise he has no idea what he's doing.
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he asked everybody on the balconies to be quiet so he could hear his dad and hear the ping and it was just again, an incredible night. >> he's just so amazing. when he was out on the wires, i wanted to take a selfie but given the wind gusts, the occasional wind gusts right now i'm probably not going to do that. the minute he got off, i was like, all right, let's take that selfie then. >> there it is. >> little out of focus because i was shooting it with a glove on because it was windy and cold. >> windy and cold up there. >> i love how he explained that the blindfold was so important to him during your show to explain, this is a real blind fold. he didn't want anybody to believe that there was any gimmick this is his life's work at that moment. this is what he was born to do, he says. spectac spectacular. >> people are always suspicious. i assure you he is not tied on the weather and he would not have it any other way. >> a 200-year history this family has been involved in this
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kind of work. >> all the way back. >> you figure it got to be in your dna at this point. >> it certainly is. >> as he said in his blood. it was amazing to watch. >> the amazing thing. we did the grand canyon because of those winds and you went down to the knee because the wind was too strong. when he stepped out on the first wire last night, we could tell almost immediately he was walking with swagger. >> it was a fast walk. he did it in under seven minutes. >> when he moon walked, that's when you knew. >> maybe that's what he needed. >> his next one he wants to create a 1,200-foot high wire walk made by his grandfather carl wallenda and includes two headstands on the wire. >> i can't do a headstand -- turn yourself over. >> how do you do it on the wire? >> you have to have a cone head. >> exactly.
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and then you spin. that would be very cool if he did it over sharks. >> we were talking about that. like a tank a giant tank. >> not enough. you just don't think that's enough? >> don't give him ideas. >> i have to say, also, that roar of the crowd last night. that's just unbelievable. >> you were there. >> i left out -- i did drive by. but to even acknowledge the crowd because it's a swell. >> that really motivated. he felt like he was a rock star. >> a lot of love from chicago last night. we're also happy to welcome back miss savannah. >> yes. >> she's here at last. baby vale guthrie feldman with her daddy this morning. they did some face timing during a commercial break. so cute. savannah first commercial break, already hitting the phone and texting and face timing. >> that little girl is good. she has facebook holding the iphone. >> took to technology.
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>> so sweet. also the remote camera. you have one, i think, as well. >> to watch the baby. >> she was watching from her phone. i love that. >> technology has changed so much. i used to just have the baby monitors. >> now you can see the video and the whole thing. >> i remember those early baby monitors. we got -- the frequencies would jump. we were living next to another family like one floor away from another family that had the same model, obviously. and i would run -- i would hear leyla crying. i would run. she's fast asleep. i would walk back out and i would hear her crying. run back in. what the heck? she's messing with with me! >> she's faking it. >> and i happened to be talking to this dad downstairs and he said do you have a graco -- >> oh, no he was getting the same thing. >> he was getting the same thing. by the way, if you notice willie and i looking on the gruff side grizzly side -- >> willie never look ss gruff.
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>> i cheated. i shaved on saturday. >> and you probably forgot. >> raising awareness for men's health issues. all of the men of "today" including matt carson and a lot of our -- >> behind the scenes. >> behind the scenes folks, some of them have gotten a head start. >> zach has a full beard going already. >> zach actually shaved this morning. >> two hours. >> and, wow! that's crazy. >> that's a manly man for you. >> you're going to go down to the goatee? >> i think eventually. my dad used to wear a goatee. >> what's your strategy? >> cross my fingers and hope for a couple of sprouts. >> those sprouts look good. >> my sprouts look good? >> i would like to see you with a handlebar. how great would that be? >> it's not clear that this is helping men's health but i will do my part. >> #today and send us tips on
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how to grow out your beard. >> what do you do? >> i've seen that. >> the long flowing maen. >> rub your face with bag balm. >> #today's take. they send tips on how to get rid of pimples. >> that will make him more handsome. >> moving on! what's going on in nascar? hockey games are breaking out. drivers jeff gordon and brad keselowski got -- they got into a fight after a race at the texas motor speedway last night. i guess their cars bumped on the track. and i guess they were -- >> that happens, doesn't it all the time? >> it happens, yes. all of a sudden they start going at t a brawl breaks out. >> is there history between these two? >> no. not that i know of. before you know it there's some cuts on faces. all their pit crews get
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involved. >> real full-on melee. >> and eventually wham they all get out -- >> keep it clean, guys. >> you see this every once in a while in nascar. it is such a high octane sport. >> somebody pushes. look out. >> lot of testosterone flying around nascar lot of speed going on. i think jeff gordon generally doesn't like the way keselowski drives and this has been building. >> kind of a rookie pushing the veteran? >> yeah. >> everybody. >> pit crew too. that's what we call a don donnybrook. >> what's that mean? >> it's a term. >> willie, do not tell -- >> you told it on air. >> it was during a commercial break. >> thank you, natalie. >> no you told it on air. >> i did not. >> end of story, period. >> girl power. thanks for sticking with me.
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>> and, by the way, you won. >> i'm not talking about this. we are talking about this missing ring. this poor woman in arizona, and a lot of people can identify with this on halloween. she's helping her daughter carve pumpkins and decides to take hir ring off. you talked about taking your ring off, leaving it on the sink and you get distracted. >> sure. >> she took her ring off and put it in the candy jar. not exactly sure why. but you know how this goes. absent minded busy day, halloween kids show up and the ring gets taken out with the candy. but there's more. so there was also plastic ring inside the bag, i guess, of the candy and so at this point she's saying the ring is obviously sentimental because it's a wedding ring. there's no wedding ring that's not unless you're not with that person anymore. she's looking for her ring and it's so sad. >> but it's mixed in with plastic rings so you hope kids and moms could tell the difference. >> the plastic rings are candy.
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>> is it a ring pop? >> no they have plastic ring ss, too. >> spider rings. >> deborah has -- when she had these gloves on that had these fake rings on and it fell into the candy jar that we were using. but it was a fake -- you know just a little piece of plastic jewelry but in this case this is the real deal. >> good way to get a new ring. >> hopefully there's been enough news of it made she lives in arizona. somebody can track it down. >> map it out here. how many people came by there? usually people from your neighborhood maybe a few dozen from outside. hopefully you can narrow it down. if you get your ring back let us know. >> i hope she does. >> get a little insta picture of it or just get a new one. >> ooh, upgrade. >> yeah women upgrade. you get an upgrade after a couple of years. >> no. it's really -- >> sentimental thing. >> she doesn't want to upgrade but necessity is the mother --
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>> guys say don't upgrade. >> well, of course. >> of course. >> they don't want to have to buy a bigger diamond. >> what's our monday moment? >> do you know what it's all about? >> what's it about? ♪ it's all about the bass about the bass ♪ right? meghan trainor is here with a new album "title." >> that song has a million hits on youtube. if you want to show us a video of you getting pumped along with meghan's song send it to us at today.com or #all about the bass. can we crank the music? >> no. just don't embarrass your children or your wife. no we're all going to dance. crank it up. here we go. here we go. you know what the funny thing is? josh still is like i don't know what that really means. it's not working out really
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well. >> here we go. >> meghan will join us in a second while al does the weather. ♪ it's all about the weather about the weather ♪ >> it's all about the bar fight. about the bar fight about the bar fight. all this moisture making its way up from the south. remnants of vance, hurricane vance. this gets caught up in the front and will bring heavy rain tomorrow. so election day may cause big problems from texas, arkansas and streaming up further into the mississippi river valley. we're also looking at a lot of wet weather in the pacific northwest. seattle, showers and thunderstorms as today wears on. rainfall amounts, look at that, anywhere from three to five and, in some instances, seven inches of rain in the pacific 9:13. happy monday. temperatures today are going to
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be comfortable, a lot of sunshine coming your way. a few high, wispy clouds overhead. 70 degrees for the south bay. upper 60s on the way for the east shore and san francisco. now with the time change your sun will set at 5:10 clouds will roll back this evening. and temperatures for tomorrow actually going to end up a touch warmer as high pressure takes control. by wednesday, we'll peak at about 80 degrees in the south bay, cooling you off with rain on the way into next week. >> and that's your latest weather. >> up next meghan trainor joins us we'll get that bass video. >> go meghan. >> we'll talk to her after this. introducing dance-all-you-want bladder leak protection from the experts in feminine protection. new always discreet underwear, for sensitive bladders. only always discreet underwear has soft, dual leakguard barriers to help stop leaks where they happen most. plus a discreet fit that hugs your curves. you barely feel it. new always discreet. now bladder leaks can feel like no big deal.
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be performing at this year's thanksgiving macy's parade because that's where all the big acts perform. that's cool. >> i was supposed to be here. >> you do. you match. >> you fit in. joining the parade really is -- at the end of the year that's when you see the hottest acts. that's how you know you were rocking that year. are you prepared for the cold? mr. roker, season vet at that parade. >> last couple of years it's been fairly -- we're hoping. we're hoping. >> i have a trench coat that's lacy and black. i have a whole outfit picked out but i'm from nantucket. i'm used to that. please. >> you produced your first song when you were 12 years old? you wrote your first one when you were 7, we said. where does that come from? >> i was a baby. i told my dad i'm a pop star. we need to get a bus. he would giggle. he's a musician. you're so cute. let's get production tools. go ahead and produce.
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and i'm like i don't know how to do it but you can do it. i wanted to so bad that i sat there and learned. >> taught yourself wow! >> incredible. >> god-given talent. >> he was behind me watching me all night like what? >> the song has just blown up "all about the bass." it's become an anthem for normal-sized plus-sized girls. you're kind of taking a hit on skinny girls. what do you say about that? >> what? record deal -- no i wrote it for me because i wasn't comfortable when i wrote it. i was like this is what i wish i said and sounded like. now singing it every day, you can see i do feel like that. it tells me and shelps me and it's help aid bunch of people but it's not to bash skinny people. >> you wrote that song thinking somebody else would sing it but nobody wanted to sing it the story goes. >> once the skinny part line came and the other stuff we kind
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of giggled and looked at each other and said no one is going to cut this song. no one will sing this. we'll never make a dime off this. it's kind of hilarious it started my artist career and it's one of the biggest songs right now. it's crazy. >> tell us about the process. you're writing. you want to talk about your figure but you say bass no treble. how does that come about? >> what's up man? >> holla. >> he had a line all bass no treble. and my slang was i'm all about that. let's do all about that bass no treble and i was like booty. >> so hip to the music. >> we can -- from nantucket? >> more red. >> yeah. >> we've got a surprise for you. your song is certified four times platinum. >> no way. >> yes, it is. >> yes, way.
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>> come on out, jerry. >> oh, my god! >> four time platinum. meghan trainor, you can take that home with you. isn't that amazing? >> in my suitcase? >> on your tour bus. >> oh, my god. thank you. >> congratulations. singing "al about the bass" in our next hour. stick around for that. bette midler former president ♪ my son is going to wash the family prius. he insisted on using the rain to save water. fourteen years ago, i insisted on buying our first prius. because like toyota, we both know there's a way to do things, and a way to do things even better. the prius.
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for savings. the world trade center is open for business publishing giant conde nast starts moving into the building today 13 years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, taking up 24 floors of america's tallest skyscraper. a new study suggesting weight loss surgery can dramatically reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes 2,000 obese adults and found those who underwent surgical procedures for weight loss including gastric bypass reduced their risk for type 2 diabetes. if you're wondering what to do with all that halloween candy leftover in your house, halloween candy buy back program offers $1 a pound to buy back the candy that trick-or-treaters
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good morning, it's 9:26. i'm kris sanchez. the chp officer accused of stealing and sharing women's private cell phone photos is set to turn himself in today. shawn harrington resigned on wednesday and expected to answer to a charge of computer data theft in court today. harrington has admitted he stole those explicit photos from the phones of up to six women he had arrested and shared them with other officers. according to his attorney, the officer thought sharing the photos would be funny. he could serve more than three years behind bars if convicted. new drought restriction rules go into effect today, san jose telling people when they can water their plants. hand watering with an automatic shut off nozzle will now be allowed after 3:00 in the
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afternoon. watering with the sprinkler is restricted. you can continue to irrigate with gray or recycled water any time of the day. watering during the cooler hours means less water evaporation and plants have more time to absorb it. we have a look at weather and traffic coming up after the break.
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welcome back now, the time is 9:28. the sky, definitely pretty out there. plenty of mid-level clouds moving in. there's an area of low pressure to our north. and that's going to help to keep your temperatures cool. but that's where the clouds are coming from. 70 degrees for the south bay. peninsula at 69 degrees. upper 60s in oakland and san francisco. and we're going to keep warming up through wednesday. then temperatures start to drop off toward the end of the week. all courtesy of an area of low pressure slated to bring in some rain. best rain chance looks like next tuesday into wednesday the following week. we'll stay dry and comfortable. mike, over to you. >> take a little break for us.
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we're looking over here. a little break, as well before you get on the bay bridge. you wait, you pay your cash toll. fast track less of a break. oakland area, as well. northbound 880. all the way up through downtown. nothing dramatic but look at your map. slower spots. 580, a late slowdown after a late crash. 580 at 13 has cleared now through oakland. the rest of the oakland drive looking pretty good. anywhere north of the san mateo bridge. southbound 101 to 880 and you compress down 237 on both sides of that freeway and nice drive northbound through the south bay. >> thank you very much mike. we have all the day's news coming up for you at 11:00 and more local news in half an hour.
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coming back -- welcome back. this is "today." i'm willye along with al natalie and tamron. what's going on over there? are you all right? are we ready? okay. we're going to give you a little preview, look ahead at the month of november coming up in entertainment and things that we're excited about. >> interstellar. i cannot wait. everybody is talking about it. >> so much buzz. >> earth has become an inh inhospitable place and they're going out to -- >> find new territory. >> matthew mcconaughey. >> lots of stars.
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incredible cast. >> anne hathaway matthew mcconaughey. >> oscar buzz already. that's one to watch. and the other side? >> a cultural icon coming. "dumb & dumber to." >> welcome back fellows. >> the one tamron and i are both looking forward to i read the trilogy, hunger games "mocking jay." you can tell we're moving on. 11-21 in 11/21 in theaters. >> mocking jay. >> mocking face? >> mocking jay. >> that's "dumb & dumber" next sequel mocking face. >> new direction has a new video coming out as well. >> i saw this video, the making of it behind the scenes. remember when they were little teens and showed up, a bazetta
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bazillion people showed up. >> it also happens to be leyla's 16th birthday. >> are you taking her for the concert? >> no. >> not a chance. >> did you see that reaction from the audience? >> no one more check of the weather. >> getting a party. we're not pulling out of school for one direction. okay. >> sweet 16 though al. go, dad. >> she's doing all right. okay? all right. all right. all right. believe me i've already been through this. wet weather in the pacific northwest, we got some showers making their way, texas into the southwest, breezy but sunny. good news snow is over for our friends in new england. you had a heck of a weekend. especially in bangor. 9:32. good morning, i'm meteorologist christina loren. a live look over san jose. we only have a few clouds here. we've got a lot of cloud cover
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moving into the north bay. that will continue to be the case. clouds will roll in. the low clouds we're accustomed to as we head through 5:00. it's going to be dark by 5:30. thanks to the time change. and temperatures today are going to be comfortable. we'll warm you up for tuesday, peaking on wednesday in the low 80s. meanwhile, bringing your temperatures right down from thursday into friday. with the storm system brewing. >> and that's your latest weather. >> we're three days into november so time to get your month in entertainment planned out. >> here to mark the dates is jessica shaw. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> let's start out. bette midler. new album. >> such an icon living legend. it's the girl and it's her first album in eight years. she is rerecording some girl groups. the supremes right up to tlc's seven decades of girls. love her.
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living legend. she is doing water fall. exactly. later this week the "newsroom" is back. >> the "newsroom." aaron sorkins show jeff daniels as the anchor of a news channel. the third and final season. just six episodes, the first about the boston marathon bombings, so we'll see how controversial that is. don't cry for aaron, she writing the steve jobs bio pick. >> sonic highways it's what they did is they did eight songs, their eighth album. each recorded in a different city so you've got austin los angeles, new york chicago, and they have a series on hbo. if you missed it the one friday is about austin. >> book releases on the 11th, i love this pair. george w. bush and steven king. >> exactly. george w. bush wrote a biography of his father. this is a relationship a father-son relationship they didn't talk about so much in the white house.
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from what i understand if george senior does not like it said he's grounded. and steven king revival. it's about a small new england minister and a drug addled guitarist and that relationship. it's pretty much creepy and on the bestseller's list. >> can a president ground another president? november 14 a lot of oscar buzz. >> a lot. it's a true life crime story. it's about an olympic wrestler and his coach's millionaire who murders the wrestler's brother. really keep your eyes on steve carell. this is supposed to be a career defining performance. >> recognize him. move to tv on the 17th, a show a lot of people here are excited about. state of affairs with katherine heigl. >> she plays a character,
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charlie, and she plays -- she is with the president. this is katherine heigl's return to tv. she left under not the best circumstances. a less contentious set. there are none on set. so my guess she is on her best behavior. >> gosh almost sound likes a maneuver when somebody is not well. i just did a heigl. the art of mccartney. >> it's a tribute album to of course paul mccartney. so many great artists have worked on this and it's in the works for over a decade. billy joel bob dylan. alice cooper. eleanor rigby. >> let's move to the 26th of november, horrible bosses. the whole crew. >> they are all back. they start their own company and try to create something. kid nape their investor's child so. they perhaps did not learn.
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take you out. >> drivers and the teams work hard to shave fractions of a second off time to win the coveted trophy. three racers in particular emerged as champions of the sport. alexis, threw open the doors for women to be considered serious contenders. >> it's not as bad as it used to be but this race car doesn't have any idea i'm a girl. >> you start winning races, you win the people's respect. >> yes. exactly. >> anton brown was the world champ. >> pound for pound these are the fastest accelerateing vehicles on the planet. here it is bro. right here. >> i'm no young spring chicken. >> john is pioneer in the sport racing over 40 years and won his 16th world championship title. >> look at that.
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that's our office. that's where we go to work. the happiest place in the world. >> he has three daughters who all are following in his foot steps. >> i knew when i was probably 7 this is what i wanted to do. >> his youngest courtney, is itching to take her dad's title. >> it's fun to mess with him a little bit. i've always grown up watching him race and try to steal anything that i can. >> watching the races is exhilarating enough. i wanted to know what it was like to sit in that seat on 10,000 horses of pure power. 15-year dragracing vet doug foaly is now retired, he runs a racing school that gives laymen like me a chance at those few seconds of glory. >> this is a double-seater. this is made for training purposes, and also giving people the experience of what it's like to actually drag race. we are fortunate enough today where it's not just going to be your first ride but we're actually going to have somebody racing against you. >> i'm going to race somebody? give me a clue? >> no clues.
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>> do i have a chance? >> yeah. you always have a chance. >> i don't like the sound of this. >> as we headed up to the track i wondered who my opponent might be. >> i'm about to go dragracing. first time in moo i life there is a mystery challenger. i know one thing, we cross that finish line, it's only going to matter that i was in the car. real tough. who goes there? oh. what are you doing here? it's tamron hall ladies and gentlemen. >> you ready, willie? >> i'll see you at the end of the line. >> you'll see my dust. >> wow. >> after a quick burn out we were lined up and ready to race.
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it was a photo finish. but in the end, tamron came out on top. >> you won. >> we be won? we won. >> i thought we got them at the end there. >> unbelievable. >> my gosh. that was incredible. you're a hell of a racer. >> all right. tamron got me. she won by that much. we had the higher top speed. >> he went faster but we got out quicker. doug junior. tamron junior. you got it. >> we got it. >> the nhra is a great group and if you haven't been to a race you got to check it out. you can smell it because of the rubber, hear it feel it in your bones. >> it's very family oriented. people bring out kids and they observe the cars the spirit of it. i had a great time. >> you got up to what? >> we were at 150.
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>> i was 143 or something. >> the drivers get up to 330. zero to 100 in less than a second. think about that. >> scary. >> thank you, guys. appreciate it. up next now that we worked up an appetite we're going to whip up a comfort food classic from richard blase. richard blais. if you have medicare part d you could be at the corner of "i'm throwing away money" and "i had no idea." well, walgreens has your back. our expert pharmacists make it easy for you to save on your prescriptions. so you can keep your money where it belongs. swing by walgreens... ...where you could save even more with medicare prescription copays as low as zero dollars. at the corner of happy and healthy. wish you could give hair moisture without it falling flat? ♪ some moisturizing products can weigh hair down. ♪
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it's about time. pipin' hot pillsbury crescent rolls. make your holidays pop! sir, we're going to need you on the runway. (vo) theraflu starts to get to work in your body in just 5 minutes. (vo) theraflu breaks you free from your worst cold and flu symptoms. (vo) theraflu. serious power. new show hungry games, to reveal why we get certain cravings. >> hosted by chef richard blais, current contestant on top chef. congratulations, you ran the marathon yesterday. >> up until noon today is proper etiquette. >> no no all week. you earned it you own it. >> perfect patty melt. >> food network, 8:00 it's all about the diner tonight.
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patti melt is my favorite diner food. it's a burger. >> there's a tone you're hearing. for those of you at home it's coming from us. >> i thought it was my brain. i hear that normally all the time. >> what do you mix into the meat? >> short rib brisket, little bit of chuck, and dry fat i add. >> dry trimming? >> butchers give it away. >> you can go and ask them for it. >> we'll throw it on the grill, season with salt and approximate pepper little bit of garlic powder as well. we're going to throw some bread down. >> you like rye? >> that's authentic -- i grew up in new york. it's an authentic patti melt. rosemary thyme, garlic. treat a $6 burger like a $65 steak. >> i like that idea. >> onions patti melt. butter cooking is right here. we're going to throw in some of our onions. i learned this from a very famous fast food burger restaurant in california.
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i won't mention their names. they cook their onions in mustard, right? >> interesting. >> i did a shot of mustard. >> in and out burger? i know this combination. delicious. >> mixture of the mustard and onions and then our burgers are cook ed cooked over here. we'll finish it with some cheese. >> two kinds of cheese. >> two kinds of cheese. the swiss is pretty traditional. this is cheese curds, representing a little bit of wisconsin. >> dairy state. >> and it's going to get very sort of chewy and stringy and all the things you want in a nice cheeseburger or grilled cheese. >> what are you doing, water around the burger? >> as it's cooking. that will melt the cheese over the burger. will you help me build these? >> absolutely. >> we'll do a little bit of ketchup. another element here is tin chi
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ketchup. it has umami. but really it's super -- it sounds complicated. that's all it is. throw our burger on top. okay. that's starting to melt right there. we have some over here that are nice and melty. >> look at that. i love the salad, kale chickepa peas. >> i ran a marathon so i'm going to eat french fries. >> you can eat this burger. the recipe is on our website today.com. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc.
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well good morning, everyone, i'm scott mcgrew. students at uc berkeley are mourning the loss of a talented young student who fell at a concert halloween night. zachary bradley was a 20-year-old sophomore. he wanted to be a doctor. according to a statement from
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the arena, he was found unconscious during the annual spook fest concert. the coroner's office reported he fell more than 20 feet from an elevated and restricted area behind the stage. a controversial piece of equipment could become standard issue for some bay area police officers. today the san rafael city council will consider a resolution to buy body worn cameras for the entire police force. supporters say they do increase transparency in the work that officers do. grant money would be used to cover the expense. well, let's check your weather this monday morning. yeah a really gorgeous day shaping up for the entire bay area. low 70s for your inland valley spots. that's the south bay. the peninsula, low 70s for you, as well. 68 on the east shore, 66 for san francisco, 70 throughout in wine country, out in the tri-valley. not too bad, today. low 70s. uniform temperatures and we still have some cool air trailing behind the front that brought us the rain on friday. that's going to keep us
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comfortable for the next couple of days. heat's going to surge. high pressure's going to take control. we have a stormy pattern to talk about. we'll give you the time line of the changes today at 11:00. looking at foster city. the approach coming off the bridge, a lot of congestion over the last ten minutes. i've seen a big improvement. we'll look at the maps and the tail end on the sensors. still building big as far as the commute through san mateo. a standard pattern here and much lighter through palo alto. dunbarton bridge looking slow. an earlier crash, boxing things down into hayward. clearing up now. slowing in toward fremont. same thing with north 101 through san jose. back to you. >> thanks. we'll have another local news update coming up in half an hour. see you then.
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from nbc news this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody, and by that we mean you! it's fun day monday, isn't it? november 3. >> what a great show we have. if you love that song "all about that base" ♪ i'm all about that base ♪ >> meghan trainer is going to sing to us from the lovely island of nantucket. >> yes, and we're going to give you hollywood buzz. >> and this is cool. there's a young woman featured in the truly brave video we did with cindy laupsin cindy lauper.
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>> her skill did something incredible for her, for one of the kids to show another way of being truly brave. that's cassidy bowl. so we'll see that in a little bit. plus we are going to start a new series about how to have those difficult talks with your little ones and ending with your aging loved ones. >> we have little ones in the studio right now. >> we have to watch what we say. >> laura, a friend of mine from college and her family are here viz sing so we'll watch our tongues. >> yes, we will. >> so savannah is back. >> and she didn't miss a beat. she's already got her body back. >> how did she do that so quickly? >> she looks fantastic. >> we're looking at that say are by video of savannah as a mom. nothing looks more natural to me than her holding that baby. >> she took to it like a duck to water. look at her. >> oh my gosh. it must have been kind of a -- i would imagine a little bit of a difficult transition coming back when you're used to being with your baby all the time. >> it's going to be some adjustment for everybody. but there's mike, she's got help
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with her and apparently and a wonderful nanny. she's going to rush home, you just know that. >> well, she's already home i'm sure. >> i would likely say she's there now. >> wouldn't you love fit that baby grew up and married prince george? >> yes! >> it could happen. >> you know what? you never know. >> his father married a so-called commoner. i hate that word. but a non-royal person. >> you're right. >> so there's another baby in the world, a brand new baby guerrilla at the zoo in australia. look at this. born last week in sydney. >> oh my god! >> oh, my gosh. my father says that's what i looked like when i was born. he did said "you had -- never mind black hair all over you." >> his name is majuku "grandson" in swahili. that's a cut little by a. >> i looks like savannah with her baby. so you guys remember halloween?
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>> who could forget? we can't. >> that was kind of fun, wasn't it? doing "wayne's world"? >> that was a lot of fun. but people thought that kathie lee looked exactly like mike myers and, by the way, you did. when i saw you in the dressing room when you turned to me you did not -- >> and you didn't look like garth? >> i looked like somebody trying to be garth. you looked like wayne. >> people said it and i thought no how could that be? then i looked at the still pictures and i thought i look just like him. >> we thought we noticed everything there was to notice about our halloween coverage but jimmy fallon saw something that we missed. now, we want to warn you, this is a little saucy for morning tv. >> i have not seen this. >> cover your eyes. let's see what jimmy fallon says. >> the "today" show hosts were having a little fun today with their costumes. we'll check this out. >> wayne campbell. >> party! [ laughter ] now, we love those guys i don't know if you saw the animated bug
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in the bottom of the screen it was like a cartoon -- like a pumpkin with bats flying out? if you didn't notice watch it again. >> give us your pose. wayne campbell! [ laughter ] kathie lee said "hey it's been a while." >> oh you think so? oh you just keep thinking buddy. you have no idea what geriatric people do. none. >> all right, speaking of halloween costumes there were a lot of winning ones out there but people decided it was a good time to dress up as us. so here's some pictures. chrissie and melissa dressed up as us. >> fun. >> lauren stevenson with a friend. >> pretty good. >> one is doing a reporter at wjfw in wisconsin channel 12. thanks to them. kelly dressed up as kathie lee and her husband dressed up as
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me. [ laughter ] >> that one i like! >> ha ha ha. >> i had a very busy weekend. on saturday i went over to regis's again. we're getting ready, december 4, on december 4 we're doing our musical. there's our leading man. we're at regis's house in connecticut. >> how is rehearsal going with those two? >> fantastic. we're having our first run through today. >> we are all doing a read through. >> yes, a read through. a table read. >> i'm excited about it. >> and you went off -- >> you went off to -- >> i went to chicago to watch rug giveby at soldier field. i've been to one other rugby match. i don't know who those people are, i just took a picture of them. the whole entire stadium was sold out. completely sold out. >> you know why rugby is fun? >> i do now. >> how sexy is rugby is this. >> explain why? >> you can see their faces, their bodies are not covered
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with gear and helmets and pads. >> they're all men. they're just out there. >> out there. >> it was really great. >> and you can throw the ball all kinds of different ways. >> i'm still learning the rule it was excellent. >> boots is a -- >> boots played in the day, back in the day, it was really fun. he loves watching it. >> so it was fun. also on jimmy fallon -- >> he's getting another kiss from us. but kevin spacey was on and -- >> such a brilliant actor. >> he decided to give him a little quiz on celebrity impressions so they put him on the spot and said he was going to yell out names. >> wheel of impressions. >> let's watch. >> christopher walken talking about trick-or-treating. >> trick-or-treat. [ laughter ] smell my feet. [ laughter ] gimme something good to eat. >> bill clinton doing ghost busters. >> when there's something strange in your neighborhood --
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[ laughter ] who you gonna call? >> johnny carson -- you have to talk about costume parties. >> costume parties. listen i love a good costume party. it's halloween, a lot of people are dressing up as ghosts or witches and goblins and vampires but 24 year i've decided i'm going as the scariest creature in the world -- my ex-wife. [ laughter ] >> wow! he's brazilian. there's -- brilliant. jimmy does great musical impressions. >> i didn't know kevin was such a great impressionist. >> hoda i didn't realize this but there's big news in hollywood. ". >> "50 shades of grey" has revealed that the film version may be tamer than you think. there will not be according to sources, any gratuitous sex scenes. they're going for a more suggestive approach which i think is probably the right way to go because otherwise it's triple x. >> i didn't read the book. >> if you've read the book you
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wonder how are they going to turn this into a film because it looks impossible. >> so you have to use your imagination. imagine that. >> by the way, that's so much -- >> i think it's better. leave a little to the brain. let's move on. no full frontal is what they're insisting. he got in the his contract. it's in my contract around here too. >> i feel bad that laura's children are here. >> i'm not responsible. you should have warned your friend not to bring her children here. >> so dunkin' donuts has released its own cronut. it's a croissant and doughnut together. we're trying it it doesn't have cream on the inside. let's see how it tastes. >> you know what it tastes like? the krispy kremes. doesn't it? >> krispy kremes are airier. this is denser. >> that's not going to stop me from eating it. >> by the way, delicious. 24 layers of dough covered
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glaze. >> yes, just what you need. >> available today -- wait a minute what did that say? in limited -- >> yeah it's available. >> all right, so favorite things. years ago when i was still college i met kathy lennon and janet lennon they're sisters, the lennon sisters. they became dear precious friends all these years later. they are still performing -- >> you're kidding me? >> i think it's their 51st year together. they are also -- right now, there they are, look at them. they're also performing with the osmonds at the andy williams -- remember andy passed recently. just too soon that's for sure. anyway he still has a fantastic theater in branson called the blue -- moon river theater. so anyway they are performing there through the christmas holidays with the osmond brothers. and she sent me their brothers and cousins are a group called venice that are fantastic. this is called "what summer
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brings" made up of two sets of brothers. just fantastic. >> that's great. ♪ it's gonna be right back where we are ♪ >> they're amazing. check that out. >> my favorite something this group i learned about recently called musicians on call. this is a great group of people they're musicians who go to hospitals and just play music for kids. >> fantastic. >> i tagged along with one when i along with one, i went to morgan stanley children's hospital. it was so great. i went with a grut musician. we went and played some music for some kids. that's the president, pete griffin, a volunteer there. that's gavin degraw just meeting up with some of kelly clarkson sings, darius rucker. it's a great organization celebrating its 15th year. the joy they bring to those depressing hospital rooms take my breath away. >> if you want to help out, go
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sexy and that's not. it is funny. >> right. that's why we love her. >> what did taylor swift pick? >> she went as pegacorn a pegasus meets unicorn. she dressed up as that hit the town over new york city looking like that. power to you. >> i can't believe the schedule you think you were busy last week. >> i can't believe what she's doing, with the launch of the cd. >> she's 21 you know what i'm saying. >> miley cyrus. >> every day is halloween if you're miley cyrus. she went toned down and looked like she was channeling her godmother dolly parton country singer with a big blonde wig and holding a piglet. >> let's do some family pics beyonce and blue ivy. >> beyonce went as janet jackson and little mini michael jackson.
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look at the glove and the microphone the hat and the shoes. talk about attention to detail. >> how about pink? >> she dressed up as a spider and spider web, which is really courageous of her, because she's been honest about the fact that the only thing she's afraid of is spiders. so cute. >> tom cruise has done his fair share of stunts but this one maybe -- >> i got the chills. over the weekend, he was seen filming stunts for the upcoming "mission impossible 5," holding on to a plane, flying over the british country side. >> how is that possible? >> he was wearing two harnesses. and holding on for dear life. imagine the insurance on that. >> i can't even believe they let him do it. >> right. >> the next movie is coming out christmas day, and after the last movie, the stakes are higher than ever. tom is used to doing a lot of his own stunts. at this point, i think he's thinking let's go for it. talk about inspiration. >> oh my gosh.
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the furious 7, the final one, yeah. >> so universal had a seven-day long promotional campaign. on saturday finally released the trailer where we get to see a little peek of what is to come on april 3rd of next year when "fast and furious 7" comes out in theaters. you see the last of paul walker in the scenes. he's in the car chase, he's seen rescuing people he's being depicted as a hero. so it is sad that also it is giving the fans what they want. >> nina thank you. thanks so much. >> thank you. >> did you loan someone money and they didn't pay you back? >> we'll ask the lawyer for expert advice. >> and hoda and one of her stars in her video, the story of cassidy, it will warm your heart, right after thi looking for one of these?
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if a friend owed you money or you've been in a serious dispute with a family member you know how difficult the situations can be to handle. >> some of you wrote to us with your issues asking for advice. here to dole it out is lauren lake an attorney and -- >> allegedly. >> and a judge on tv's paternity court. >> hello. >> hi. >> you look mighty spiffy today. >> thank you very much. >> here is the first question. i've been out of work for four years, lost my home. before that, i loaned a neighbor $2,000 a friend $5,000 and my father $10,000. i made $1,000 deposit. no one has paid me back. >> she lost her home? >> yes. >> this happens more often than we want to admit. >> okay. >> people loan people money, they think they want to help someone. but is it really a loan? have you set the parameters?
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because ethical and moral obligation to pay is completely different from a legal one. you can think in your own subjective mind i'll give them this money to help them out and they'll give it back to me when they get back on their feet. but that is not necessarily a loan. you got to get things in writing. verbal agreements can be enforceable in court sometimes, but you got to get something in writing, some type of direct or circumstantial evidence always helps. i mean look the legal lesson is get things in writing. the life lesson is you know who your friends are now. >> yeah but really tough if it is a family member. hello. usually it is the other way around. >> ten years ago, i had a credit card issued to my twin sister in her name on my account. the debt is now $5,400. she's only paid the minimum. three years ago she stopped talking to me and is now refusing to pay at all. do you have -- do i have any recourse here? the whole situation is devastating? >> how many times in my courtroom do i haerks iear, i let
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someone use my credit card we broke up they won't pay me. this is different from the previous situation, though, because now if that person has written a check, continuously for that minimum balance, you -- >> it is your obligation. >> exactly. it can prove circumstantially that there is an obligation to pay. and you put their name on the credit card. but, remember in terms of the credit card company, you're on the hook. and always say to people first of all, don't loan money you can't afford to just give but, secondly when you put your name down for someone, understand if they're ruined if they ruined their own credit they will ruin yours. >> that's a good point. good point. >> how sad that their whole relationship as sisters is over now because of money? >> i see that all the time. we got to talk these things through. we have to stay out of the courtroom and in the family room meaning, let's sit down and discuss this. you know you owe this money. if you don't have it be honest. >> a program, at least, pay -- >> little by little.
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>> one quick one. my sister-in-law with no job and two teenagers has been living with my mother and father-in-law. we're all sick of seeing her mooch off our parents. she claims she's been working but always seems to need money. what can i do to help my in-laws get her out of their house. >> reminds me of an episode of my show where a grandma said her grandson and fiancee came for thanksgiving dinner and stayed seven months. that's like a houseguest from hell meaning they won't leave. you don't know what to do. you have to be clear. it is time for you to go. even give written notice. but, be careful. if you're accepting money, rent if they're accepting mail at your address, they could be deemed a tenant. >> established. and then you'll have to go -- >> residency. >> you have to go through legal proceedings. be careful. >> she's good. >> thanks.
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charges of computer data theft in court today. harrington admitted he stole explicit photos from the phones of up to six women he had arrested. and then he shared those photos with other officers. according to his attorney the officer thought that sharing photos with his colleagues would be funny. he could serve more than three years in jail if convicted. well, we'll have a look at l and traffic coming up after the break.
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welcome back. a live look at a pretty sky over san jose. temperatures today hard to beat. 71 degrees from the south bay. 70 degrees on the peninsula. right around 73 degrees for the north bay. the east shore and san francisco getting a taste of the upper 60s. meanwhile, even in hot spots out in the tri-valley temperatures ending up in the low 70s. really comfortable for the next couple of days and the heat by the middle of the week. long range shows you we do have a stormy pattern shaping up. we'll talk more about this today at 11:00. first, here's mike and your drive. >> over here toward the bay bridge toll plaza. we have a good backup filling in almost all of the toll plaza. continuing to thin out here. let's look at the south bay where it's thinning out. but northbound 101 at 280/680, late slowing that has moved to the shoulder. and 87 was recovering until a few minutes ago. close to the speed limit now again. the rest of the bay looking typical. late slowing north toward hayward. 80 moves better now. and southbound 880 away from the bay bridge. a little slowing now.
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sweeper crews may be starting early, scott. back to you. >> join us for the big newscast at 11:00. ♪ ♪ we're back with more of "today" on this monday. time to check in on our special series "shine the line." hoda made a viral video "magic." over $500,000 has been raised. her "truly bright" video featuring children with cancer has been viewed 1.5 million times. >> i'm happy to say it triggered a chain reaction. a lot of people are making their own "truly brave" individual hoes. one of our stars, cassidy, is featured in another video created by the seventh grade at
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gloucester high school in new jersey. take a look. >> what was your favorite part of the whole video? >> the paint. >> what did it feel like being in that room? >> just to go wild. >> like a kid again. >> 12-year-old cassidy left her child behind to fight a very grown-up battle with leukemia. >> everything you don't have time to think about it diagnosed on wednesday. friday she was getting her first chemo treatment. >> what was she worried about? >> losing her hair. >> in sixth grade, she's not going to school. >> no, tutored the whole year. >> how did she handle it? >> it bothered her, made her sad. >> after months tethered to a chemo bag, she's now in the final maintenance stage of treatment. she returned to school full time but for some reason she felt the rules had changed. >> some of my friends i used to talk to didn't talk to me. >> why do you think they didn't talk to me? >> because they didn't understand what was going on. >> she was just real quiet.
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i kept saying is everything okay? she's like yeah. i didn't know if it was her treatment making her tired and wiped out or if someone was picking on her. >> okay. just like yesterday -- >> after being tipped off that cassidy was feeling left out, her english teacher called in an assembly to introduce the kids to cassidy the star, not cassidy the kid with cancer. they began to understand but it didn't grab there. they were inspired to make a second video, of is seventh grade video of what it means to be truly brave starring cassidy. >> we wanted to make the point that she really isn't different from all the other kids. in this version cassidy walks the hallways and sits alone in black and white. her classmates grouped in bright colors ignore her. >> we'll have a few brave students hold up signs that say brave. they realize they can break out of their click. >> walk to the cameras.
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>> the students spend hours creating their masterpiece. >> camera crews, line up your cards. >> several days later, the big premier. it's cassidy's first time watching the video. >> ghs "truly brave" video. ♪ see your true colors shining through ♪ >> how do you think it changed cassidy? >> she knows there's people supporting her. she would shy away due to the hair loss and being different. she knows they're there for her now. >> all that applause is a welcome reminder that the truly brave star of the video truly belongs. >> when you actually saw the final video with you walking in black and white and joining other color groups and fitting in, what did you think of the kids at school for doing that? >> thankful. >> why?
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>> because it showed me how much they know how i feel and how hard it is to have cancer. ♪ ♪ >> how beautiful is that? >> it used to be in life the cruelty would make you cry, but there's so much of it now that when i see kindness that's what makes me sob now, kindness. >> what's interesting about cassidy, i don't remember her seeing her cry in all the times i talk to her until that moment. a big thank you to dorrell who went and shot the piece. you can donate to the american cancer society with all the proceeds going to pediatric cancer. go to crowdrise.com backslash hoda. i want to thank you for every donation. >> you okay? >> yes. >> okay. >> how do we get to the birds and bees having the talk with your kids.
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we're kicking off a special we're kibing off a special series called the four talks, the important but sometimes uncomfortable conversations you need to have with your loved ones big and small. >> today the birds and the bees. the american academy of pediatrics says the average age of the onset of puberty is falling. for girls it's 12 while for boys it's just 9 years old. >> to get these conversations
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going we asked some little ones where they think babies come from. take a listen. >> i think they come from your tummy. >> babies come from tummies. sometimes they jump out. sometimes they walk out. >> they eat a lot of food and they just get there. >> daddy hugs mommy's belly and they wish to have a baby. >> i think she gets a big shot. >> the dad's part gets with the mom's part and that gets to the egg. >> men are too afraid to do it so god chose women to do it. >> smart child there. >> here with advice are psychologist jennifer hartstein and amy mccready the founder of
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positiveparentingsolutions.com. >> grade to be here. >> i don't think my parents ever sat us down. is it a generational thing? are people much more open about having that talk? >> it's funny. i don't remember having the talk but my parents are pretty open. i think i might not remember because it was part of our conversation. what we're aware of is kids are starting puberty so much earlier that those conversations are happening much earlier. they're bombarded with messages about sexuality so much earlier, we need to answer the questions. >> howe how early do you think we should have the talk? >> believe it or not, you'll start when they're toddlers. it's not one big part. when they're toddlers you use the very correct names for their body parts. >> i tried. they didn't like it. cassidy insisted on wang and jinah. >> she might call her elbow something else, as long as she knows and the kids know what the real language.
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>> why is it so important to have the real language? >> it teaches them how to be more comfortable in their bodies and we know researchers might not have sex as early as other kids who don't know the right language. it builds a sense of self up. i know what's mine. i know what you and cannot touch, and that's okay. >> according to the new age of puberty for boys i was told you should have their talk before their 9th birth day. now it sounds like sooner. >> in preschool you'll talk in very simple terms. if they ask you questions, you answer honestly. by elementary you want to be talking about anatomy, what intercourse is how man and female bodies fit together like puzzle pieces. >> should you wait till they ask you. some kids just mature later than other kids. you don't want to rush them in -- >> you don't want them finding out on google. >> playground talk right?
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you want to be able to give them appropriate and true and factual information. but don't overtalk. if they say, hey, will you tell me about blah blah blah and you say sure what do you want to know? they might say nothing, that's okay i'll talk to you about it another time. sometimes we as adults feel like we need to give more information. >> kids don't even get to have a childhood anymore. >> you're racing through everything. >> it's unbelievable to me. >> i think, too, parents worry about having this conversation because they think if i talk to my kids about contraception and about sex, it means i condone it. that's not the case at all. you're still going to talk about your family values and beliefs, that comes init. the studies show that kids who have open communication with their parents about sex are actually less likely to have sex in adolescence. >> by junior high they should know everything? >> by junior high they really need to know. what i see in my practice is kids in junior high, seventh and
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eighth grade are starting to experiment. i know it's awful to think about. but we want them to be educated. if we start these conversations early so they're open and comfortable with us as parents they'll come back and talk to you and say this is happening, this person is doing that i don't want to do that and start to do "what if" questions. what if all your friends are hooking up and you don't want to, what does that mean? >> if you don't know how to have the conversation, you say a book is a good idea a guide. >> yes. there are so many good ones out there and reputable resources online you can use, too. they've already figured out words to use and what's age appropriate. it americans with disabilities act it moore comfortable for you as a parent and easier for the kids to understand. >> i'm depressed. >> i am too. >> tomorrow how to talk to your kids about drugs and alcohol. >> she's been named mtv's artist to watch. >> break-out singing sensation meg hand treanor performs her
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the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. we're back with a hot young singer/songwriter everybody is talking about these days. >> her name is meghan trainor, on top of the billboard hot list for eight weeks. the song she's about to perform for us the one you cannot get out of your head. >> here is meghan trainor with "all about that bass." ♪ because you know i'm all about that bass about that bass no treble ♪ ♪ i'm all about that bass that bass no treble ♪ ♪ i'm all about that bass about that bass ♪ ♪ yeah it's pretty clear i ain't no size two ♪ ♪ but i can shake it shake it like i'm supposed to do ♪ ♪ because i got that boom boom
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that all the boys chase ♪ ♪ all the right junk in all the right places ♪ ♪ i see the magazines working that photo shop ♪ ♪ we know that ain't real ♪ ♪ come on now make it stop ♪ ♪ if you got beauty just raise them up ♪ ♪ every inch of you is perfect from the bottom to the top ♪ ♪ my mama she told me don't worry about your size ♪ ♪ she says boys like a little more booty to hold at night ♪ ♪ you know i won't be no stick figure silicone barbie doll ♪ ♪ so if that's what you're into then go ahead and move along ♪ ♪ because you know i'm all about that bass that bass no treble ♪ ♪ i'm all about that bass that bass no treble ♪ ♪ i'm all about that bass that bass no treble ♪ ♪ i'm all about that bass that bass no treble ♪
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♪ i'm bringing booty back go ahead and ladies back ♪ ♪ i'm here to tell you every inch of you is perfect ♪ ♪ from the bottom to the top ♪ ♪ my mama she told me don't worry about your size ♪ ♪ because boys like a little more booty to hold at night ♪ ♪ you know i wasn't be no stick figure ♪ ♪ no barbie doll ♪ ♪ if that's what you're into go ahead and move along ♪ ♪ because you know i'm all about that bass that bass no treble ♪ ♪ i'm all about that bass that bass no treble ♪ ♪ i'm all about that bass that bass no treble ♪ ♪ i'm all about that bass that bass ♪ ♪ about that bass ♪
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>> yes! >> fantastic. >> we'll be back in a moment. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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a nice group outside. tomorrow we have a great show for you. stevie nicks is here to tell us about her new tour and new music. >> another big superstar, jennifer lopez stops by to talk about finding true love. >> and the star of "about a boy" will join us. >> and guess who's back? >> curtis stone. you know what's sad? look at my feet hanging here like -- >> and look at hoda's. >> mine are on the ground. >> that's sad. >> anyway, bye. we'll see you tomorrow.
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and that breaking news going on in the east bay. that's where a body found on the tracks has shut down b.a.r.t. service. someone reported that gruesome discovery before 9:00 this morning on the tracks. so no trains are moving in the area. so the police can investigate this case. in the meantime, b.a.r.t. does have a bus bridge between the pleasant hill and pittsburgh stations. we're going to keep an eye on this. we'll update you with more information as it comes into our newsroom. good morning, everyone. thank you for joining us i'm scott mcgrew. >> and i'm kris sanchez. new details this morning about a local chp officer accused of

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