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cold war. no, it is not our imagination, ladies. we are freezing at the office. the new study that shows its outdate said thermostat science from the 1960s that's to blame, and guys feeling the heat today, tuesday, august 4th, 2015. good morning, everyone. welcome to today today. 7:00 a.m. on the west coast on a tuesday, boy, what a wakep call out east. >> a little earlier than normal. storms rolled through here. lots of thunder, lightning, one shot in the big apple. we'll tell you about that in a second. our top story on this tuesday morning is the wildfires raging across the west. crews pushed to the bing of exhaustion, especially in northern california where thousands are battling the
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so-called rocky fire. conditions not helping. joe is live with the. good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. this fire has now burned 100 square miles. right now, 13,000 people remain evacuated. every time firefighters begin to slow it down, the flames seem to shift into something unexpected. >> the rocky fire is devouring new territory this morning after leaping over its biggest barrier, highway 20, in multiple spots. >> this is not what firefighters wanted. the flames now burning on the north side of highway 20. >> the flames are unpredictable, whipped up by winds moving in one direction one minute, another direction the next. >> today, i saw three or four different heads from the fire, and each one was kind of leaning a little bit different direction. >> a lot of fire activity. very active burning. >> from a helicopter flying over the scene, you can see miles of charred land, an area at least twice as large as san francisco.
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>> a lot of firefighters are expressed they have never seen this in their career. it is burning with great intensity. >> down below, rick sanders is the only one in his neighborhood yet to evacuate. he stayed behind to defend his home of 30 years, which rests just a few blocks from the flames. >> it has been almost this close before. but not this intense and this close. it's a pretty hot fire. probably scariest one i think i have seen. >> his home is among 7,000 structures still at risk. wildfires are burning across the drought-stricken west with more than 20 major fires in california, plus others to the north in washington and oregon. but it's the rocky fire now seven days old that won't be contained burning too close for comfort. >> our team experienced the fire's erratic behavior first-hand yesterday when the
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flames jumped over the highway. we were more than a mile away. but suddenly, we heard on the scanner that the fire could be heading toward our direction in just 30 minutes' time. we packed up and evacuated as a precaution. >> joe, thanks very much. we'll ask al about the weather forecast in the area in a little while. >> in the meantime, the severe weather in new hampshire blamed for a second deadly tent collapse in as many days. this time, happened during a crowded circus performance and the two victims were a father and daughter. nbc's ron allen is in lancaster, new hampshire, with more this morning. good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. that circus big top lies as flat as a pancake on the fairgrounds behind me. hard to imagine how shocking and terrifying it was for the 100 or so spectators. a lot of children and families there who survived the ordeal. investigators have been going through it all over night and will continue today, trying to figure out how a circus became such a disaster.
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for the second day in a row, weather turned outdoor fun into tragedy. after a severe storm blew down a circus tent in lancaster, new hampshire, killing two people and injuring more than a dozen others. officials say about 100 people were inside the tent watching the walker brothers circus around 5:30 p.m. when 60-mile-per-hour winds, one-inch hail, and lightning caused the tent to collapse. >> lancaster dispatch. white field. respond mutually to lancaster fairgrounds. circus tent collapse. minimum radio traffic, please. >> police not releasing the names of the deceased, however, the governor confirming they are father and daughter. both spectators here to see the show. at least 15 victims were taken to four area hospitals. the national weather service had issued a severe thunderstorm warning for the area during the time of the collapse. >> we'll be looking at the construction of the tent and how it was set up. these are fairly substantial
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structures when they're put up and we haven't had any issues in the past. >> the accident comes just one day after a man died and more than a dozen were injured when high winds caused a tent to collapse during a sudden storm at a festival in the chicago suburbs. here in new hampshire, we're still trying to learn and understand the magnitude of the injuries suffered by the spectators and perhaps performers. we reached out to the operators of the circus, no comment so far on why this might have happened. they cancelled performances for later today. >> ron, thank you. in the meantime, voters were given a taste of what teex pkt in thursday's first republican presidential debate. came during a candidate forum in manchester, new hampshire, last night. but the most talked about contender, donald trump, wasn't there. nbc national correspondent peter alexander has more on that. hi, peter. >> hey, matt. good morning to you. think of this has the end of the political preseason, the 2016
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regular season kicks off thursday night. here last night, the first primary state in the national, 14 republican contenders tested out their talking points, trying to nail that job interview, but the main man missing was donald trump. ahead of thursday night's debate, the pregame warm-up. 14 republican candidates sharing a single stage in new hampshire, but donald trump skipped the forum, touting his front-runner status with a press release instead. trump's opponents forming their strategies for the primetime event. will you attack donald trump? >> my goal is to let people know what i think. >> should donald trump have been here? >> i would -- it would have been nice. but you know, i'm sure he had something more important to do. >> the two-hour forum played out like political speed dating. the gop contenders sending their best barbs for president obama and the clintons. >> she lied about benghazi. >> i have been dealing with this crowd for 20 years. i'm fluent in clinton speak.
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you want me to translate? when he says, bill says, i didn't have sex with that woman, he did. >> the latest republican turning to a stunt to distinguish himself -- >> texas, we cook bacon a little different lanthy most folks. >> ted cruz cooking bacon on the barrel of a machine gun. >> machine gun bacon. >> and now more red flags for hillary clinton's campaign. the new nbc news/wall street journal poll shows nearly half of americans have a negative view of the former secretary of state. after almost 25 years in the national spotlight, she's trying to reintroduce herself once again with ads focusing on her late mother dorothy, her inspiration. >> i in tthink about my mother dorothy. >> still up in the air whether joe biden will jump into the race. the vp is still undecided. on tap today, a private lunch with the president. no word if 2016 is on the menu.
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why did donald trump skip last night's forum? he said because there's no chance he's going to get an endorsement from the union leader, the local newspaper. he said 14 contender was too many for a productive forum to take place. he will be literally center stage thursday night. that, he says, i'm a nice guy. i'm only going to attack if someone hits me first. >> peter alexander, thank you very much. >> let's bring in chuck todd, nbc's political director and moderator of "meet the press." i have the latest bloomberg poll on the republican side. you factor that in with the four most recent polls and you get a clear sense of who's going to be on the stage on thursday night. as you look at it unfold, what jumps out? >> the fact that donald trump's lead continues to grow. he really is consolidating at least sort of the anti-washington support inside the republican party. and it really is just eclipsing everybody. by the way, matt, it does look
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like the 11th spot right now is where rick perry, and if you believe fox and they're going to stick to their ten cutoff, he wouldn't make it. everything i hear they don't like the idea of decimal points deciding ten and 11, so it's more likely there will be an 11th podium. >> when you get a front-runner like donald trump in the center of the stage, that makes that person a juicy target. what is the risk/reward for another candidate taking him on directly? >> the risk is if you attack him, he will counterpunch. he said it to me on sunday, that's what he does. he did say he doesn't plan on going on the attack first. i think that that is sort of an interesting decision that some of the candidates make. look, i think some of the ones in low single digits, they're incentivized to go after them because they want the moment, the tv highlight. if you're jeb bush or scott walker and you're playing the long game here, you probably don't want to get into a food fight with him, although my guess is the moderators are
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going to try to set that up. that, to me, is going to be the most tense moments of the evening. >> john weaver, a longtime political strategist who works for the kasich campaign tweeted this, imagine a nascar driver mentally preparing for a race knowing one of the drivers will be drunk. that's what prepping for this debate will be like. those are his words, not mine. let's take a look at the latest numb numbers. these are favorability numbers for jeb bush and hillary clinton. what do you want us to see in this? >> i want you to understand something about jeb bush compared to mitt romney. very much similar candidacies. they're the establishment pick. mitt romney was that guy four years ago. already, jeb bush has higher negative ratings at this point in time in the campaign than mitt romney did. mitt romney barely got the republican nomination, when there was this anti-establishment uprising and they went candidate shopping, herman cain, and ended up with santorum.
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santorum came a couple days from knocking off michigan. bush is already in a worst position. he may have all the money in the world, but right now, he's in bigger trouble than people think. >> on the hillary clinton, her sid numbers. >> she has lower favorability ratings right now than any point in time did barack obama. you have the two dynasty candidates and they're in a worst position than barack obama was in his eight years and jeb bush already in a worse position than mitt romney was at that time. the two dynasty candidates in an anti-washington atmosphere. they're struggling more than ever before. >> chuck todd, thank you very much. >> we'll turn to tamron in for natalie. a big arrest to tell us about. >> the man suspected of gunning down a memphis police officer is in custody this morning after an extensive manhunt. police say 29-year-old tremaine
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wilbourn turned himself in to federal authorities in memphis on monday. he's facing first degree murder charges in saturday's shooting det of officer sean bolton. police say bolton was shot multiple times after coming across a drug deal taking place in a car that was parked illegally. >> an outbreak of legion air's disease has claimed the lives of seven people here in new york city. health officials say they're taking this very seriously. more than 80 people have been diagnosed with the disease which is caused when water contaminated with a certain bacteria is inhaled into the lungs. the bacteria were discovered last week at a bronx hotel and in some hospital equipment. some frightening moments in the netherland monday when two massive construction cranes fell over onto a group of houses. the heavy machines were lifting part of a bridge when they toppled over into nearby residential buildings and a couple businesses. up to 20 people are believed to
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be injured in the awful accident. safety officials are investigating that. for the first time this morning, we're hearing the dramatic details from a man who tread water for four hours, more than 40 miles off the coast of new jersey. hoisted to safety in the dead of night, lucky to be alive. after falling overboard, this man had been swimming for four hours, 44 miles off the coast of new jersey. >> the boat went this way and i fell right out. >> freezing cold, without a life jacket. praying for a miracle. >> a big thunderstorm, giant bolts of lightning, and just waves that were huge. >> what started as a fun day of fishing with a friend turned into every sailor's worst nightmare. >> by the time i came out of the water, i saw the boat. and it kept going. >> mayday. mayday. >> the wind was so bad, it was blowing me back or it was blowing the ship away from me. >> nearly drowning, he says he swam about ten miles.
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>> i coughed water out of my lungs so many times. and all i would have had to do is take one breath of water and it was over. >> numb from the cold and cramping up, thoughts of his family are what kept him alive. >> i couldn't picture the next day somebody coming to tell them that i'm not going to be home anymore. because i knew it would ruin their lives. >> i almost lost my whole world. i love him more than anything. >> finally reunited with his boat, his friend threw him a lifeline, then this daring coast guard rescue air lifted him to the hospital where he made a full recovery. >> i'm just happy to be here. i really am. >> what a story. and at least five cars were damaged by an unmanned run away garbage truck near pittsburgh. the driver, take a look at this, and another trash collector had stepped about ten feet away from the truck when the brakes became disengaged. you can see the two men chasing
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after the truck. thankfully, no injuries, but you know, that is officially a really crumby day at work when that happens to you. >> not as crumby as the folks whose cars got smashed. >> you have to explain to the boss, i didn't put the brake on it. >> how is the weather looking out west? >> unfortunately, there's no relief from this drought, and there's no rain coming. we may see some dry lightning, which could spark some more wildfires. we're worried about that. you can see on the radar, we have showers, thunderstorms back through the plains. but right now, things fairly dry throughout much of southern california, central california, into the pacific northwest where there are red flag warnings up. look at the temperatures, medford, 94 degrees. seattle'saty. los angeles, 84. so it's going to stay fairly warm there. denver looking at a high of 91 degrees. we had excessive heat warnings stretching from palm springs all
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the way to phoenix with temperatures well over 100. that stretches all the way, actually, into texas as well. dallas now on its seventh day of 100-plus readings. out west, again, the sunshine continues. they could desperately use that rain. the winds are fairly calm. however, in those wildfires, they basically create their own wind field. wind field. so even though theiroveratibifra wind field. so even though theiroveratibifra ♪ ♪ you're unpacking already? yeah, help me find some mugs. sure. (beep) hey... o.k. they'll do. wake up to the mountain grown aroma of folgers. ♪ the best part of wakin' up ♪ so, where do you want to start? i think this is a pretty good place. ♪ is folgers in your cup
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good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. a mostly clear start to the day across the bay and temperatures in the lower 60s. but we will start to see some mid and high level clouds moving in and temperatures stay thighs and mild, reaching 69 degrees in san francisco, the east bay will be at 72, 76 in the peninsula, south bay expect a high of 80 degrees, and the tri-valley in the lower 80s, as well as 81 degrees in the authority bay. we start the warming trend tomorrow. and that's your latest weather. savannah. >> al, thank you so much. in an emotional plea, amy schumer talks to jon stewart about gun violence. and after cecil the lion killed, the airlines take a new approach. but first
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her observing clee pulling him to safety before caltrain strikes his car. investigators are looking into whether that driver was too impaired to save himself. at the scene the man was handcuffed but otherwise okay. that massive wildfire burning in clearlake rages on with no apparent end in sight. as of this morning that fire has burned 65,000 acres. all of this since last wednesday. at least two dozen homes have been destroyed along with two dozen other structures and thousands of people remain under evacuation orders. that fire still just 12% contained. we will see some milder weather, though, for that we move to meteorologist kari hall. and sunshine to start out the day with temperatures now in the lower 60s for most of us, but look at the north bay now at 52 degrees, today's highs reaching into the 60s and 7 0rks even some 80s in the north bay and south bay as well as the tri-valley, a high of 83 degrees, san francisco expect a high of 69 and the peninsula will be topping out at 76
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degrees and then we begin the warming trend tomorrow. mike. san mateo bridge was moving very slowly, now it's just moving pretty slowly westbound, the earlier crash has cleared over to the foster city side. we have a slower drive west 92 off of 880 which is slowing down toward union city and fremont. the dumbarton bridge shows the peninsula slow down that begins to grow because of traffic coming over from the east bay. south bay your northbound routes all build up, but no big drama. we will have another update in half an hour. back to "the today show." the best tennis players in the world collide in new york. but that's just the final chapter of a great story. one that's unfolding all summer long right in your backyard. and this week, the emirates airline us open series
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♪ >> 7:30 now on a tuesday morning, august 4th, 2015. that is breakout star hit charlie puth. he said his mom turned him on to marvin gaye when he was a kid and he loved marvin gaye ever since. he is my favorite recording artist ever. they will perform live in the next hour. and headlines this morning. severe weather is blamed for another deadly tent collapse during a circus performance in new hampshire. two people died and 22 others injured. on sunday, a man was killed in chicago.
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and a fight raging on with the largest wildfire north of san francisco. crews reported progress, but flames jumped the containments line on monday. evacuation orders in place more 13,000 people. the death toll risen to seven from the outbreak of legionnaires disease in new york city. hundreds of people packed the public health forum. there have been 23 cases in last five days. coming up, want a new look, but fear going under the knife? one of the hottest trends in cosmetic surgery. the liquid nose job. we will show you what it is in a live procedure. >> we are looking forward to that. we begin with amy schumer's emotional plea. it happened during the showing of "trainwreck" for tighter gun control laws. she joined her cousin chuck
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schumer. we have nbc's kate snow here with more. >> the night that the shooter opened fire, the comedian tweeted her heart was broken. now she is taking action. joining her cousin senator schumer, those with mental problems to prevent them from getting guns. >> i was legit heart broken. >> reporter: amy schumer discussing her activism. >> i wanted to do what i could. >> reporter: the interview coming hours after joining her cousin, chuck schumer to force states to turnover the right records so better background checks can be done. schumer choked up talking about the two women shot dead while watching "trainwreck" two weeks ago. >> i'm not sure why this man
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chose my movie. it was personal for me. unless something was done and done soon, dangerous people will get their hands on guns. we know what can happen when they do. >> reporter: after the shooting in lafayette, the daughter of the teacher who survived the sandy hook massacre wrote an open letter to schumer urging her to take up the cause. sarah clemens said this generation's epitome of a champion. over the weekend, schumer tweeted don't worry. i'm on it. it's not the first time schumer has taken on the gun issue. her comedy central show featured a fake commercial for a struggle to get birth control pills over easy access to guns. >> i have to go through this again next month? >> yes. see you then. >> can i have a gun?
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>> yup. >> reporter: her voice on the issue now turning from parody to pledge. >> these are my first public comments on the issue of gun violen violence. i promise you they will not be my last. >> amy schumer expects backlash. the nra hasn't seen the legislation that schumer is proposing, but it sounds like existing law that nra supported. adding we all agree that people who are mentally ill shouldn't have firearms. she is really wading into a controversial issue. >> and getting a lot of attention. kate, thank you. there is new fallout over the controversial killing of cecil the lion by an american dentist. several airlines will no longer be used to ship certain animal trophies. is this the beginning of the end for big game hunting? nbc's gabe gutierrez is in locust grove, georgia.
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>> reporter: matt, we're here at noah's ark animal shelter. these truly are amazing creat e creatures. now a debate if big game hunting should be outlawed completely. this morning, the global backlash over killing cecil the lion is growing. united and american airlines banning shipments of trophy animals. after delta airlines. >> if you are not going to eat it, why kill it? >> reporter: zimbabwe is still seeking the extradition of walter palmer. he still contends that everything was handled legally. now a second doctor from pittsburgh. his guide has been charged with hunting without a permit.
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on social media, mounting outrage against big game hunters. two posted pictures of their kills. one critic writing, wondering how people how rebecca francis and walter palmer and kendall jones live with themselves. >> this is not good guys or bad guys. it is a story of how humanity wants to interact with nature. >> reporter: a 2009 report by a conservation group estimates tourists kill 55,000 animals a year. banning big game hunting is a knee jerk reaction and mistake. >> the fastest way to threaten the species is quit hunting it. people want to pursue them as big game. that money goes directly in conservation of that animal. >> reporter: for now, zimbabwe
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has suspended big game hunting, but not banned it outright. overnight, nbc news reached the hunter accused of helping the minnesota dentist kill cecil. that hunter reiterated he felt he did nothing wrong. matt. >> gabe gutierrez, thank you. let's get a check of the weather from mr. orange seersucker himself. >> it is not nearly as bad for us as our friends in california. the drought continues. the center part of california is hard hit. where much of our growing takes place in tulare county, right now, over 5,000 families are without running water. the wells have run dry and have no way to refill. right now, as far as drought is concerned, more than 35% of the state is in exceptional drought. the big problem is there's so
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little rain fallen since january 1st. fres fresno has picked up 32% of the rain so far. san francisco, 22%. that is why these wildfires have been running rampant. as you saw in joe fryer's report, we had the firenados. what happens is nature creates a vacuum. the super heated air rises wildly. these are thin and tall 100 feet in the air and can generate rapidly. the rest of the country, slight risk of strong storms in the plains and more wet weather in florida. nowhere near as badly as they have been seeing over the last in fact, 21 good morning. we're starting out with mostly sunny skies, but we may be
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seeing more clouds moving in as we go through the morning as some subtropical moisture rolls in and highs a little warmer than yesterday. in san jose reaching 80 degrees, in san mateo 73 degrees but still very mild, especially for this time of year. 80 degrees in napa today, 82 walnut creek, and dublin 83 degrees, hayward tops out at 73 degrees. have a great day. and that's your latest weather. >> coming up, a disturbing scene in kentucky. a police officer handcuffing a crying child. this led to a lawsuit. >> we'll have the story and shift gears and ask the question, why are we always so cold in the office? coming up next, finally scientific proof that, yes, air conditioners are, in fact, programmed for the guys. we'll get into this issue. >> what's your point? >> we're freezing. look at tamron. she as goosebumps. >> that s (music)
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women are freezing. now we know why. jenna has this. >> it's 100 degrees outside, you find yourself carrying two sweaters and layers to work and curl up in a blanket with when you get there. your female workers know what we're talking about. a new study getting to the root of the reason for the cold office debate. >> there's no relief in sight. >> inside it's a different story or should i say a different season is. >> you need long sleeves, a blanket and blazer. >> it could be 100 outside and feels like north pole in here. >> sometimes will there's shivering going on. >> it turns out an old formula is to blame. a study from the nature climate
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change journal says office buildings is by an outdated method. fast forward more than a century, half the work force is female, but thermostats hasn't budged. the study confirms the great air conditioning debate isn't just in your head. females prefer a higher room temperature than males. that's 77 degrees for a woman compared to 71.6 more physician. >> women have lower metabolic rate. they burn energy slower. they give off less heat than men and tend to be colder. >> a less scientific factor. >> women wear skirts so they have legs bear and cold. men wear more layers. they wear jackets or suits. add all these things together, it's more likely that difference
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between men and women is more pronounced. >> it's a battle of sexes. >> we shouldn't have to dress like them to feel comfortable. >> like them? >> should we take off jackets to dress like you? >> magic mike. >> so the other thing turning the temperature up could do is save you money. there are a couple of suggestions from experts to keep cool without spending a ton of it. this is going to sound crazy. turn your thermostats up. every degree above 78 saves 6% on your energy bill. every dee below costs you extra 6%. cleaning filters reduce energy consumption 15%. small things to save you money.
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>> we save money with our temperatures. >> we're better. we're just the better gender. >> so glad we had this talk. nothing is going to change. >> jenna, always nice to have you here. coming up, looking for a date? we're looking at top five cheesy pick up lines. >> put that on the list. did frozen help china land the 2022 winter olympics? carson explains right after this. >> close. >> are you cold?
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7:50 now. we are back with something curious tied to beijing's selection to host the 2022 winter olympics. carson? >> if you see behind me this is when they announced it. excitement in the room on friday. beijing announced the host city for the winter olympics in 2022.
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as part of the bid beijing submitted ten official songs, one of those songs that sparked discussion online is called "the snow and ice dance." lend me your ears and listen. ♪ >> sound familiar? >> a lot of people, that sounds like another popular snowy number. take a listen. ♪ >> it's the same song. >> okay. good, matt. a lot of people think that. people posted memes. this is a mash-up. watch this. one of the memes saying intellectual property never bothered me anyway. >> hilarious. >> we reached out to disney and
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>> announcer: you're watching "today in the bay." it's 7:56. i'm sam brock. happening today a group of d.c. lawmakers including representative barbara lee visits the bay area to talk with leaders in technology about more diversity in tech. the congressional black caucus is going to be in san francisco to examine the lack of minorities hired in silicon valley. minority groups and women in tech. that group is going to meet with executives from companies including google, apple and intel at the same time venture capitalists from silicon valley are gathering for a high profile event back in d.c. at the white house. they are according to u.s.a. today, an industry grade group is going to recommit to generating new opportunities for women and minorities. the national venture capital association tells u.s.a. today's that it is seeking long-term solutions for it's, quote, diversity problem. the group says just 11% of venture cap workers are female,
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13% are people of color. ity right now there are fires raging all over california. all we can hope for so no more extreme heat. good news on that front with meteorologist kari hall. >> temperatures stay mild today but it will still be a little breezy as we go into the afternoon. right now in the south bay it's 63 degrees with mostly clear skies, we will start to see more clouds moving in and a high of 80 degrees today in the south bay. in the peninsula 76 degrees, 72 in the east bay and san francisco reaching 69 degrees, tri-valley will be at 83 degrees, no extreme heat today, but the heat will start to build in the next couple of days. let's get a look at traffic now with mike. starting in the north bay, southbound 101 slows through san rafael, just general slowing out of novato. same hinge for the east shore freeway over here we do have a jam starting to build for south 680 toward the wall if you tell creek interchange and crash west highway 4 over towards bailey. the east bay starting to lighten up for 880 where we see the slower drive south 101 through
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san mateo and palo alto approaching university. northbound routes throughout san jose that's the jam right now. back to "the today show."
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♪ it's 8:00 on "today." gain weight, lose weight. do it all over again. it happens to millions of americans every year, but is yo-yo dieting bad for you? we have the answer. then, no knife, no problem. the hot new non-invasive trends in plastic surgery, including a liquid nose job. our doctor will perform live. ♪ i'll tell you all about it when i see you again ♪ a live concert, courtesy of break-out star, charlie puth, with help from meghan trainor. actor jason segel stops by to talk about his latest role.
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today, tuesday, august 4th, 2015. ♪ >> hi, dad and grandkids from new york. >> we're in the big apple. >> good morning! >> happy birthday, carson. >> hello from "today." >> it's 8:00 on "today." it is tuesday, august 4th, 2015. the weather is perfect out here right now. >> perfect. >> beautiful. little breeze, not too humid. well done, al. >> thank you very much. >> i can't wait to hear charlie puth and meghan trainorsi sing later. we have keith urban on the buzzer. because he's a good guy, he's
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letting you choose one of his songs. >> he stares at me. waits for it. come on, buddy. on the song options, you have "long hot summer," "good thing," or "once in a lifetime." it's a viewer's choice. let us know what you want to hear. >> wrangler was looking at your behind there. do you have little treats there? let's go inside for a check of the top stories. >> hey there. good morning. safety fshl officials are investigating the collapse of a circus tent that killed a father and his daughter. more than 20 others were injured. the tent came down as a storm moved through the area with large hail and 60-mile-per-hour winds. the tragedy came one day after a man was killed when a tent blew down at a music festival near chicago. the worst of the california fires bumped over highway 20. shifting winds causes the
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week-old rocky fire to change direction. it's already burned 100 square miles of dry brush and destroyed two dozen homes. there are 20 major fires burning in california with others in washington state and oregon. a kentucky sheriff's office is facing a lawsuit after two children with disabled were handcuffed at school for misbehaving. we have the story, which includes some video that might be difficult to watch. >> don't get to swing at me like that. >> reporter: the video was taken by school personnel at an elementaryl in covington, kentucky, outside cincinnati. >> that hurts! >> reporter: the sheriff's deputy can be seen handcuffing a boy's arms above his elbows. the suit filed monday says he was an 8-year-old third grader, diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder and attention deficit hyperactive disorder. according to the lawsuit, he was
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sent to the vice president's office last november after having disable-related difficulties obeying his teacher. >> you can do what we ask. >> reporter: the suit quotes the deputy as saying the boy attended to strike him with his elb elbow. >> we don't think handcuffs are the way to treat an 8-year-old child, even if the child is emotionally distraught. >> reporter: the lawsuit alleges that he also handcuffed a -year-o 9-year-old girl after she didn't obey a teacher. >> children with disables should not be handcuffed, especially when their behavior is related to their disable. >> reporter: the sheriff's office declined to comment because the litigation is pending. the officer didn't respond to telephone messages. civil rights advocates question why police are dealing with young students, even though without disables. >> instead of treating the garden variety discipline, they treat them like law enforcement
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problems and it leads to the inappropriate response we saw here. >> reporter: the covington school district not named until the suit declined to comment on the incidents, as a federal court is asked whether it violated his constitutional rights. for "today," nbc news, chicago. dramatic video shows two police officers saving a man's life with just seconds to spare. a vehicle was stuck on train tracks on monday. deputies responded to a call, saw the driver still in the car. they dragged him out just before a train came through and struck the car. the incident caused train delays, but the driver had only minor injuries. a giant minion caused traffic mischief in ireland. this is a true story. i'm not pranking you here. when it broke loose from a fairground and toppled on to a busy road. the 40-foot tall character had to be deflated before it could be removed. nobody was hurt or injured in this, but one city council
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member who wasn't laughing called it a despicable breech of safety. get it? >> i get it. >> i like the hair though. good hair on the minion. >> hey, we got a giant minion in the road. >> nice minion. >> thank you so much. we've all been there. you try to lose weight, drop a few pounds, gain it back. >> how is the yo-yo dieting impacting your health? we have new findings. >> the american canscer associae says yo-yo dieting, feared to be a link of cancer, is not linked to the disease. it may be a sigh of release for americans trying to lose weight. ♪ it's raining men >> channing tatum danced in "magic mike," but he says after the film, he packed on the pounds and he has a name for it.
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>> my wife and i call it that i very sappy. fat and happy. >> reporter: "magic mike 2" meant he was dieting again. he lost nearly 30 pounds. it's a familiar weight loss story. >> most of us are yo-yo dieters. 90% of people can't keep off the weight consistently they've lost. >> reporter: being overweight, as well as obesitobesity, is a d factor for cancer. studies in animals and human suggest there may be a link to cancer from weight cycling. losing ten pounds or more and gaining it back again. the fear was the stress on the body caused inflammation, and challenges linking it to cancer. the upside, the american cancer society says no risk. a new study says yo-yo dieting is not associated with overall cancer risk. >> this is good news for people trying to lose weight, or if you've tried to lose weight and failed. try again. it's always better to try and lose some weight and keep it off
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than not try at all. >> reporter: the study, following 100,000 people for close to two decades, is being called the largest and most comprehensive study of weight cycling and cancer risk conducted to date. still, cautiousining many who tk it is a green light for yo-yo dieting. >> lose a smaller amount of weight and keep that off. better than going back and forth. >> reporter: while hollywood has a history of stars dieting for movie roles, nutritionists suggest modest expectation. >> losing the weight is one thing and keeping it off is much harder. >> the take away is although the american cancer society says there is nolin k betwe link bet dieting and cancer, have a steady amount of good habits. aim for modest weight loss. lower calories slowly. change your overall lifestyle. what, when and why you eat.
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that's good for a lot of us. coming up next, is apple trying to end voice mail? here's another question. does anyone besides matt lauer leave voice mail messages anymore? >> don't be hating. surprising celebrity splits just announced, and one star fighting back against his own divorce rumors. >> new barbershop here. >> meghan trainor is back. charlie has a song. they're going to do it. al won't be a part of it. >> what are you talking about? >> that'll be coming up. first, these messages. good to have you guys. >> thanks.
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together on freshly baked bread for one truly amazing sandwich: the new subway turkey & bacon guacamole. only at subway. 8:13. is apple trying to kill voice mail? okay. >> i hope not. >> the company isn't commenting this morning. business insiders say, yes. the website is reporting that apple's testing a brand new service. it would add siri, not carson's siri but apple's siri transcribe the voice mails you leave. then it will be sent to your phone but as a techt messaxt me can you read it instead of listening to it. the feature could launch next year. what do you think about that? >> i like to hear people's voices. i can tell are they angry, good
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mood? i derive a lot from the human voice. >> and siri makes a the love mistakes. bring home the apple and then kill the banana. what does that mean? >> plus if, you're driving in a car, it's better to listen to a voice mail as opposed to have to read a text message. >> that's true. >> i do love the idea. if i get voice mails, i mean you left me voice mails that i never checked that are still there. because i think you are already -- >> why would you target me. >> because you're one of my only friends that leaves voice mails still. they might be like eight seconds. i know it's like it's matt, give me a call. so anyway, it's interesting. >> end of voice mail, interesting. what if jet lag were a thing of the past? air bus won a patent for an ultra rapid air vehicle. get this it could fly at more than four time the speed of sound and in that way it could cut the trip say from new york to london from 7 or 8 hours down to just one.
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>> isn't that just -- >> that's not going to happen. >> you're weightless the entire time. but it's cool. >> how do you feel when you get there? >> who cares? >> maybe you feel great because you were only on the plane one hour. maybe your face is like this. >> non-invasive surgery. >> right. >> all married except one. let me ask this question. how does this group feel about pickup lines? >> if they're good. and if they're -- >> if they're delivered well. >> not only can they be cheesy, rarely do they work. but the dating experts get this at writigleys extra gum said th found the five pickup lines that work. we're going down the row here and try them. we'll share them with you. al? >> okay. i think there is something wrong with my phone. you could try calling me and see if it rings? >> i think that's good. >> that's a five out of ten. >> you believe in love at first sight? or should i walk around you
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three or four more times. >> no. zero. >> okay. >> that's cute. >> maybe it was my delivery. >> i thought it was cute. hi, i'm doing a survey? what's your name? what's your number? you are free next saturday? >> any time a girl uses a pickup line, it's better. >> cheesy. >> right. >> who cares? >> how about this one. i forgot my phone number, can i have yours? >> yes, you can. that works for both of you. >> i like this one. all right. hey, have you -- you want to feel this shirt. you no he what it feels like? that is boyfriend material. >> that will work. >> that's good. >> cheesy. it's cute. >> it's dorky and cute. >> hey, how are you? i'm carson. nice to meet you. can i buy you a drink? isn't that a pickup line if and of itself? >> yeah. it's cute when you say something a little charming. shows you have a little -- >> i'm on television every day, can i buy you a drink? is that better. >> do you have any idea who i am? >> i like the boyfriend material. >> that's cute.
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that's adorable. >> all right. grab your hankies. carson is breaking hearts this morning. >> so personal. this is terrible. why do you do this to me. a lot of celebrity spits. gwen steph annie and gavin have divorcing. they met in 1995. their band is no doubt and bush, they toured together. monday the pair released a statement saying while we have come to a mutual decision we'll no longer be partners in marriage, we remain partners in parenthood. they've been together 20 years and were married for 13 of those. wishing them the best. meanwhile, reba mcentire and her husband have been together for 26 years and on monday they announced their separation. he was reba's manager and blake shelt shelton's manager. in a statement reba said they will continue to work together. wishing them the best as well. now one couple wants you to know they are not splitting up. will smith and jada pinkett smith, rumors are swirling about
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their marriage for a long time now. but on facebook, will said we are not getting a divorce! count them. that is 13 exclamation points. he added, i promise you if i ever decide to divorce my queen, i'll tell you myself. she said my king has spoken. it's awful that people have to go on and defend themselves and set the record straight. finally, billy joel in a different split, a proposed tribute to him is dividing a community. bill sli from long island. some politicians want to rename a stretch of highway billy joel boulevard. some law makers are actually against it. you might be wondering why. that's because billy joel is still alive. they think that honor should be for people who have died because it's a way to remember them when they're gone. what do you think about that? >> i think let them have it. >> give them life while he with enjoy it. >> that will be great. >> he's billy joel. >> i agree. why wait? there you go. that is your "pop start" today. >> thank you.
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let's get that weather. >> all right. let's show you what we got going on for today. we're looking at heavy showers and thunderstorms firing up in the midsection of the country. pretty good boomers moved through this morning. moved through the northeast. we may see more fire up again later on today. afternoon temperatures, the heat continues down in texas. dallas going to continue well above 100. and southern california on into parts of the desert southwest, temperatures in the one teens. cooler weather making its way through the great lakes. we have a risk of storms through the northeast and northern florida. the sunshine continues along the west coast. they would desperately love to get some pretty good rain. nice tropical rain could bring good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. a live look from sunol. see the clear blue skies and
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thin clouds moving in. we may see more clouds mixing in late this morning and early afternoon with a high of 86 degrees in gilroy. mission district will be at 67 degrees. walnut creek, 82. oakland topping out at 73 degrees. livermore, today a high of 81. mostly 70s and 80s across the bay and warming up tomorrow. and that's your latest weather. savannah? >> al, thank you. now to our summer of secrets and the newest trends in plastic surgery. this morning, noninvasive options for people who hope to slow the aging process. today's erica hill is here with what you need to know. good morning. >> savannah, good morning. cosmetic procedures have come a long way. as the options grow and change, so, too, does the clientele. many people now inspired to give it a shot because the results can come that much quicker. it's an ever evolving quest for the fountain of youth. >> i just want them to pop more.
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>> i wanted to feel rejuvinated. >> i want to keep things up as much as i can. >> keeping up has become much easier thanks to new procedures that offer the look of a nip and tuck without the knife. lance now in his 60s opted for treatment two years ago. >> they insert a heated needle under the skin and burn the underlayer and it retracts the skin and gives you a face lift. >> ivy wanted her waist back. diet and exercise weren't working. liposuction scared her. this is her tenth treatment with vanquish. it uses microwaves to sap your fat. i'm ecstatic. i'm buying pants two sizes smaller. >> plastic surgeon has seen a rise in patients looking to take advantage of these nonsurgical options. >> more and more what patients are really looking for, things with little down time. >> and some with botox brow lift are temporary. >> i feel like in case i don't
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like it or if i want more. so it kind of gives me that option. that's what made me fall in love with makeup. kit transform you. i'm hoping this can do the same. >> dermatologists say manufacture the less invasive quicker options are increasingly attractive to men. >> as men tend to age and gravity kicks in, kind of takes away some of the youthfulness and their competitiveness. that's where a lot of the appeal for men is going to be. >> earnest park is here for his first treatment to slim down his treatment. the injection was approved about it fda in late april. >> lose a lot of weight. the chin doesn't change at all. the doctor told me that is more of a genetic things that has anything to do with losing weight. my father's gift to me. >> it breaks up fat cells for good. most patients require two to four sessions. non-invasive treatments can add up. many require multiple sessions which can range from hundreds to thousands of dollars each.
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for these patients, the pricetag is worth it. >> for the most part, i think people are fairly realistic. they want to look like a rested version of themselves. >> we asked the doctor about side effects for the treatments. they both said the risks are might be mall but can include bruising and swelling and one more tip that really stood out, they say the after photos looked too good to be true, chances are they probably are. >> yeah, that's a good piece of advice. thank you so much. i asked for the cindy crawford and this is how it turned out. one of the newest noninvasives is the injectable nose job. and here to show us how it's done live is a board certified dermatologist. and our brave patient this morning is jay valerio. good morning to both of you. >> first explain how this works. rhino plas ti and nose job is a big deal. this is to try to, i guess, see how you like it, try it out for size? >> exactly. it is totally reversible.
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i'm doing it with juviderm. it is used on label over here. it is used all over the face. it's a filler. so jay, if you want to lean back for a second. >> how you are feeling before you go under the not knife? >> i'm brave. >> i have to tell you, i'm looking at your nose. i don't see you have a big problem with your nose. >> thank you. >> he just has this notch right here, savannah. so what we do is we just in jje right here. it takes the notch out. >> now this is reversible. >> this is totally reversible. you see how -- you see how it's here and then it's indented on that side. and then we'll smooth it and give him a second. you can see the results already. and it definitely hurts. we tell patients all the time that we want them to, you know, try to hang in there with us. it doesn't bleed a ton as you can see.
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that's a good thing. if matt is watching at all right now, that's a very good thing. but the bottom line is that it's totally tolerable. people can move their noses. so it lasts for at least a year. and it's pretty cool. >> but if you don't like it -- >> then we can take another medicine it to and that eats up the juviderm and take it out. >> so in a way, there is not a risk. how expensive is it? >> it is $750 a syringe, depending on what part of the country you're in. it takes at least one syringe. >> not much down time. we'll see how it looks at the end of the show. jay, hang in there. you're being very, very brave. >> very brave. >> we'll see the results later kathie lee and hoda will show you how a chin injectable works. we'll do that live too. >> are the needles done? are they done with the needles? >> nope. we're still at it. we're holding each other up.
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jason segel is here. i'm ... ==vo== a bogus pizzament delivery -- tued ho invasionin alto. now -- three men are good tuesday morning. a bogus pizza delivery turned home invasion in palo alto. now three men are wanted for that crime. this happened just before 10:00 on sunday night on suzanne drive near gunn high school. police say a moan forced his wa inside a residence, and two other men rushed in. one of them was armed with a gun. police have a sketch of the fake delivery driver. here he is. police tell us they believe the family was specifically targeted, but the victims did not know their attackers. moving a little farther south now. some congestion in the south bay, mike, you're tracking this morning. >> we have your typical northbound routes where you see
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the slowing. it's not bad for a tuesday. here northbound 680, unusually slow. the crash is on the southbound side. the northbound side has filled in around this area. meanwhile, the rest of the bay looks standard as far as the pattern goes. a crash webb 580 between the toll plaza and the san raphael causing slowing. >> just a few trouble spots. mike will keep an eye on that. we'll be back in 25 minutes with another update. for now, we return you to the "today" show.
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it's exciting to help a customer with an energy efficiency project because not only are they saving energy but they are saving water. we have a lot of projects at pg&e that can help them with that and that's extremely important while we're in a drought. it's a win for the customer and it's a win for california. together, we're building a better california.
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♪ back now at 8:30 on tuesday morning. the fourth day of august, 2015. nice morning here in new york after some storms rolled through
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overnight. >> and just ahead, we are in for a treat. charlie is here and going to perform his new hit "marvin gay." >> plus, we're used to seeing jason segel making us laugh, he's taking a serious turn in the new role. we're lucky enough to catch up with him. >> also in the house today is matthew mcconaughey's brother. you'll meet him once and never forget hip. him and his buddy butch made real money and now they want to help invest in your next big idea. we have a new show. they'll tell us all about it. >> it's really cool. >> meantime, natalie is making her way to rio this morning. tomorrow, we're going to celebrate a year out from the rio opening ceremony of the next olympic games. be joined by our athletes tomorrow on "today" and we may even try a few sports. and natalie is going to give us a tour of rio. that's tomorrow right here on "today." >> i get excited every time they play that song. let's get a check of the weather. >> let's show you what we got
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going on today. we're looking at strong storms possible this afternoon in the northeast. also in the mid plains. sunny and warm through the southwest. more rain down in florida. nowhere near as heavy as they've been seeing. we're also looking at some wet weather tomorrow in the mid-atlantic states and coastal u.s. look for some showers through the northern plains. western third of the country still sunshine. and the heat is on and continues throughout texas with bright sunny skies. a little bit cooler in th good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. most of the bay is now at 63 degrees. 66 degrees in the north bay. into the afternoon, a nice little warmup, reaching 81 degrees in the north bay. san francisco, 69 degrees. more clouds moving into the east bay and tri-valley. a high of 83 degrees. peninsula, 76. a warm day in the south bay. a high of 80 degrees. a very slight chance of some lightning along the coast. then warming up tomorrow.
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>> i want to show the nice people at this end of the plaza. get your weather any time you need it. go to the weather channel on cable. show those people, jimmy. >> thank you very much. jason segel known for come by roles in things like "forgetting sarah marshal" and "how i met your mother." you're about to see him like you never did before. he plays the late author david foster wallace in the movie "the end of the tour." it's based on a real life road trip he took with a writer from rolling stone during a promotional tour. >> if we ate like this all the time, what would be wrong that? >> it would be wrong like besides your teeth falling out and getting fat. >> none of the nourishment of real food but it is real pleasurable. >> it's like seductive commercial entertainment. >> but what about good seductive
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entertainment like the first "diehard." >> jason segel, good morning. >> good morning. >> what's wrong with you? >> how do you mean? >> the last time you were here, we talked about your children's book. i asked you about your favorite roles. then i said anything big coming up for you? >> yeah. >> you said nothing about what could be the role of a lifetime. >> yeah. >> why were you holding out? >> well, for "today." >> this is it. premier it here? >> yes. >> this movie is -- people are lining up to review this movie. and i could spend the entire interview reading you the great reviews. let me pick one. i think huffington post says it best, it's early but let's prep his oscar campaign just to be safe. >> well, that's very sweet. what i hope more than anything is that people see the movie and pick up david foster wallace. his writing really moved me. i think he did the same for a lot of people. >> i think it's important to note that there was a time in your career where you were making a lot of comedies and making romances and those
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things. you consciously said there is something else there out there for me. and i want to try other things. did you immediately get a good reception and start seeing scripts like this? >> well, i'll tell you, i think it speaks to the power of a decision. i'm not really a hippy dippy kind of guy. i just reached a point in my life 34 years old where i just felt like what i was putting on screen wasn't really reflective of what "was thinking b and i said to myself that things that i liked of my work were things that really reflected how i was feeling. and "forgetting sarah marshal" is how i felt at 24. a breakup feels like everything. and at 34 years old, i'm thinking how i'm going to spend the next 50 years in a way that felt good to me. and that's what this move write is really about. how we want to spend our time and what's going to make us feel satisfied. >> it's an extraordinary role. the writing is beautiful. the delivery between you and jesse is amazing. i mentioned the late david foster wallace. he committed suicide back in
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2008 in his mid 40s. he's very concerned throughout the course of this movie how he'll be portrayed in this article in "rolling stone." how do you think he would feel about the way he's portrayed in this movie? >> well, i learned a while ago i don't think it's ever smart to try to guess somebody else's mind. when i try to guess what somebody else is thinking about, they're always thinking about me which is probably not the case. but what i do think is that the movie is a real extension of the themes of his writing of infinite jazz and speech he gave "this is water." it was a speech he gave to the kenyan commencement class. it talks about how we want to spend our time, what we want to think about, what's going to make us feel good when we go to sleep at night. >> can you do a movie like this and get all the attention you're getting and will get f this role and then go back to some of those other roles even if it's how you feel at that time in your life? >> yeah. i don't feel limited by any
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genre. but what i want to do is movies that you walk out of the theater and want to have a conversation about. and i also want to do things that make me scared. last time i was here i was talking about my book "nightmares." it occurred to me that i'm telling 10-year-old that's the only way to achieve your dreams is to face your fears. i can't say that to kids and not do it myself. >> that's a good way to look at it. you can make up for the fact that you didn't reveal this to me last time by mentioning me in your oscar speech. somewhere after relative and people like that. >> okay. that sounds like a fair plan. >> jason, fabulous. >> thank you so much. >> congratulations. >> and the end of the tour opens in select markets this weekend. then nationwide on august 14th. up next, two guys looking for the next big thing. we'll meet the west texas investors club. but first on a tuesday morning, this is "today" on nbc.
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we're back at 8:40. rooster mishg con hay and butch beca multimillionaires the hard way, hard work. now they're looking to invest in the next big thing in their own unique way. take a look. >> first thing i can think of is the guy might be smarter than us. do you drink beer? >> sure. >> get on over here. sit down. get you a stool there. >> there you go, bud. >> if you want to get to know me and look through the soul, have a beer with him. >> rooster, butch, good morning. >> good morning. >> can i call you rooster? >> you better. that's what i answer to. >> okay. just curious, is that a beer right now? >> yes, ma'am. want to see it. >> kind of, yeah. maybe after the interview. i want to make sure -- i want to make sure i do this professionally. how did you get at this tv show? you're both very successful. you made tens of millions of dollars. and now you're looking to invest with regular folks.
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how did this turn into a tv show, rooster? >> we've been doing it the long time. and charlie and jason and henry came down and visited. we knew them before. they came down to visit with us about our life. and it's sort of a condensed version of what we do. we're all about the person. >> but is this to make money or is to help the little guy or a little bit of both? >> a little bit of both. we were interested in people. and we like to learn from younger generation and trying to pass on some of the things that we learned along the way. and have some fun with it. >> people say it's like "shark tank" but it's boots not suits. and you kind of put the contestants through the wringer a little bit. >> oh, yeah. >> you're trying to look into their soul or something. >> well, we like to put them on a level playing field. >> okay. >> you know sitting across a desk and stuff they're nervous and whatever. and when we take them out and put them to the test, it's equal. >> yeah. >> and you don't have a board room. you have a clubhouse scene. >> right. >> a lot of beer drinking.
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>> got to have that. blame it on your mistakes. >> so have you sunshine good talent this season? i mean are we going to see the next big sning. >> we got one that is already sold. >> really? >> and one -- like five times better than it was. you know, there some good stories. we didn't know we were going to do this good. >> butch, i saw the first episode actually tonight's episode. they present an app, like a computer application. >> yeah. >> is that something you knew a lot about? >> no, we didn't know anything about it. but, you know, hey, like i said, we're going to teach the young people something we know and they're teaching us. >> now rooster, your brother is matthew mcconaughey, did he give you any advice about stepping into the spotlight? >> he said, man, just be you. >> yeah. >> that's all he ever said. just be you. >> has he seen the show? >> i don't know. he's in thailand. the last time i saw him he was in thailand in a pit way bunch of cobras and i haven't heard from him since. i'm getting a little worried
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about it. >> yeah, i guess so. do you like his car commercials? >> oh, god. dang right. did he all them himself. >> really? >> yeah. >> okay. >> we're all real good about rolling stuff. >> you mean making snn. >> no, rolling whatever it is, the boogers they make of him rolling stuff in his hand or whatever. >> i have no idea what you're talking about. should sk should i ask? >> no. >> what is the difference between what you guys do and what happens on wall street or here in new york city and the financial capital of the world? butch? >> you know, it's down home common sense investing. we don't get too technical about it. we just try to find out what the person is really about. and just go on, go at it with a real down to earth, honest answer. >> it's great to you have guys. the show is called "west texas investors club." it premiers on cnbc tonight. rooster? >> you want a sip? >> i don't want the cigar.
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>> i'll take a sip. >> is that a miller lite? yes, it is. >> you better believe it. coming up next -- >> we're going to give miller lite another freebie. >> you'll get a freebie by sa van yachlt. >> a special live performance from meg yab trainer next. hey there fellow californians i know you're staying golden by managing your energy use... which means managing water too, sfx: rawr
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2015 has been a very big year for singer-songwriter charlie puth. his song climbed to number one. the video more than 750,000 hits on youtube. >> he is on tour with megan trainer and is featured on "marvin gaye."
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great to you have here. we love listening to you rehearse all morning. it's been fun. are you surprised as as los a lf people of how fast this is happening? >> i was on the beach a year ago mr. matt. i thought i should go to l.a. and wrote a song and this is the first song i wrote. i met you at a party. i almost didn't go to that party. >> i almost didn't go either. >> how amazing is that? >> that's cool. >> take us to the party. who had to convince who to be on charlie's record? >> well, my friend -- well, my friend miles was telling me i have to go to this party. i met you. and then you were really excited -- i remember you being really excited. i was having a piz yachlt you were texting me a lot. you had a lot of emotion. >> he played me the feature song. i was like he's amazing. so i said you should listen to mivenlt here it is. we went back and forth. i said we have to work together.
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>> whatever happened, it worked out well. >> are you going to perform "marvin gaye"? >> yes. >> ladies and gentlemen, "marvin gaye." ♪ you got that feeling that i want just like they say it in the song until the dawn let's get it on ♪ ♪ you got this sing size to ourselves ♪ ♪ don't have to share it with no one else ♪ ♪ don't keep your secrets to yourself ♪ ♪ it's time to show and tell ♪ there's love in your eyes that pull me closer ♪ ♪ they're so subtle i'm in trouble ♪
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♪ i would love to be in trouble with you let's marvin gaye and get it on ♪ ♪ you got that feeling that i want just like they say in the song ♪ ♪ until the dawn let's marvin gaye and get it on ♪ ♪ you got to give it up to me i'm screaming mercy, mercy, please ♪ ♪ just like they say in the song until the dawn let's marvin gaye and get it on ♪ >> and when you're with me all alone. i'm like a string without a cone i'm like a dog without a bone ♪ ♪ i just want you for my own ♪ i got to visit, babe
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there's loving in your eye that's pulls me closer ♪ ♪ it's so subtle i'm in trouble but i'd rather be in trouble with you ♪ ♪ let's march let's marvin gaye and get it on ♪ >> like they said it in the songs. until the dawn let's marvin gaye and get it on ♪ ♪ let's marvin gaye and get it on ♪ ♪ you got that feeling that i want just like they say in the song until the dawn let's marvin gaye and get it on ♪ ♪ you got to give it up to me and i'm screaming mercy, mercy please ♪ ♪ just like they say in the song until the dawn let's marvin gaye and get it
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on ♪ ♪ just like they say it in the song until the dawn let's marvin gaye and get it on ♪ [ applause ] >> charlie puth and megan trainer. thank you very much. more music later.
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we're back now. birthday wishes from willard scott. hey, willard. >> when it comes to action, new york is the place to be. that's why our gang is today on nbc. this is the lovely ethel goldstein and she is from the bronx in new york. there used to be a farm over there. 107 years old today. and she loves to make apple strudel. this is selena anderson from glenmora, louisiana. 105 years old today. she's the oldest person in town. that's no u.s. wish her a happy birthday. wish everybody in that town a happy birthday. here is a good man, ralph shower. he is from cincinnati, ohio. they make good hotdogs and
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wonderful chili in that town. 100 years old today. he's a handsome man. and he helps jewish veterans from world war ii. how about that? take a look at big bob sujerland. he is from jupiter, florida. another great town. and he is 100 years old today. his passion in life is to play golf. he can't beat it. that's it. we hate to give it back but it's yours, new york. take it away. >> thank you. >> okay. we want to turn back to that injectable nose job we showed you live in our last half hour. remember this? the process took the doctor about five minutes. all right. jay, our patient has had a couple minutes to recuperate. now we can see the results. how are you feeling? >> feeling great. >> did you take a look at your snefl. >> i did. i like it. >> you see a difference? >> wow. yeah. >> stay still right there. just straight ahead. look straight ahead. >> yeah, right there. >> i do see a difference. >> it's here we did. this side was easy. this side was more complicated.
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there was scar tissue here and then right in the bridge. and so just makes him look even more handsome. >> you made me blush. >> you said your wife and kids are excited about this? >> yeah. absolutely. my daughter said she wanted to be here today to be on tv. she wanted to be famous. >> did it hurt? >> no. it was attorneys an a very good morning to you. it is 8:56. happening today, a high-profile legal battle over frozen embryos. the couple is now divorced. they had five embryos frozen in 2010 after lee was diagnosed with cancer. she now wants control of those embryos because they're her only chance to bear her own children.
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he wants the embryos destroyed, which is what the couple agreed to in the event of a divorce. lee argues their contract was on a consent form that can be changed. another local news update coming up in half an hour. hope you have a good morning.
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. this morning on today's take, hip-hop royalty, ice cube is here straight out of compton into our studio. then singer, charlie puth sings his big hit and find out which colleges will be best in the country. all that and more next. from nbc news, this is today's take with al roker, and tamn are hall, live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> oh, yeah. let's enjoy this a little bit. welcome to "today." it's tuesday morning, august
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4th, 2015. we've got a great crowd. >> and lunch money lewis will be here next wednesday. >> and nattily, by the way, making her way down to reno, where the olympics will be held one year from now. >> and she made this drink which is like fire water and she said she has something to deliver to us, i think tomorrow that, i mean, going to grow hair on your chest and none of us have that. it was ridiculous. >> i think there was a floater on the top. >> it was lethal. so, she's warned me -- >> i heard that phrase because when i heard floater on the top. >> south beach -- >> i just had a completely kind of and that's not the kind of drink i want. >> nobody wants that drink.
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>> speaking of floating on top of water, incredible story out of new jersey. >> wait until you see this video a fwie was rescued and had to tread water for four hours, 44 miles off the coast. and he was hoisted to safety in the dead of the night. he apparently wasn't wearing a life jacket when he was on his boat. here's what damian and his wife, robin said about his four-hour ordeal in the water. >> the wind was so bad, it was blowing me back. i coughed water out of my lungs so many times and all i had to do was take one breath of water and it was over. i just couldn't picture the next day somebody coming to tell them that i'm not going to be home anymore because i knew it would ruin their lives and i love them
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too much for that. >> i almost lost my whole world. i love him more than anything. >> you saw in that video, the coast guard air lifted him to the hospital and he made a full recovery. he falls off the boat, his friend is still in the boat, doesn't know how tooperate it, can't go get him. a boat spots him, they finally get around the pick him up and through really difficult thunderstorms, and tough conditions, the coast guard plucks him out of there. >> he was talking about lightning and wavess all around him. >> that was the hardest part of my swim training and to tread are for that amount of time. and he said without thinking about his family, he would not have survived. that was the light at the end of the tunnel. amazing.
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survivor instinct of a different kind kicks in with the women of the today's take. but every day, joe, one of our colleagues gives us heaters for our hands to stay warm in this studio. >> is it that bad? >> that was a sigh you gave me. oh, here it goes. so there's proof now that women in the work place aren't just complaining about it being cold. the formula that office buildings use, according to a new study, says that temperatures are from an out dated, anthi ant quated model - >> flor nainated. >> think don draper. so, it's based on the metabolic
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rate of a man -- >> back then, there were a lot of men working in the office. >> absolutely. depending on the sector, there's obviously still more men insecters. but the temperature around 71 degrees and women feel more comfortable around 77 degrees. you're a memeteorologist, that' big difference. >> i don't think you need to be a meteorologist to figure that out. >> but six degrees. >> six degrees of kevin bacon. >> so, they haven't reset -- >> right, so it question is do you think -- like, today, every office building, should they reevaluate based on this study and bring it up to 75?
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>> for every degree above 78, you're saving 2% energy. there's an economic and a climate cost to this. which, of course, is a good thing to do. >> and we want our planet to be great for years to come, so let's crank it up. >> in hot places, it's always over air conditioned. you go into a store or restaurant, it's freezing cold. i'm for air conditioning, but there's a point where it's ridiculous. >> and bejing, who will host the 2022 winter olympics, one of the songs china used in the bid, causing a little controversy. it's called the snow and ice dance. listen to the song "the snow and ice dance." okay. >> it sounds like a frozen song. let it go. let it go. >> this is "snow and ice."
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>> sing it, adeina. >> now, listen to "let it go." >> this is a different song? >> same song. let's go to #same song, #different ditty and what a shock. same song, 94%, 6% different ditty. >> this is like the blurred lines battle. come on, this is too easy. >> you know robin thicke is like, i paid millions and the chinese people are getting to play --
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>> and the song seeps into your head and you realize you've stolen it from someone else. >> you've written it note for note. >> adina needs to get paid for that song. >> you should see the where they have elsa singing, and it's word for word. >> all right, we have some heavy thunderstorms move through early this morning and we're going to see another line develop later this afternoon from new england through the i 95 corridor. and they're fast movers. most danger will be winds and damaging hail. weave are e've also got more st thundering down in florida. tampa, almost 4.4 inches of rain, that breaks a new world record. and heavy down pours and then guess what, florida?
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sun comes out tomorrow? yes, the sun good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. as we get a live look from ingleside. more clouds moving into san francisco as well as the rest of the bay area. expect more of a cloud cover and subtropical moisture moves in. and a high of 80 degrees in san jose, san mateo, 73 degrees, 67 degrees in the mission district. and there may be a chance later on of a shower or storm, especially near the coast. napa topping out at 80. walnut creek 82 degrees and dublin, reachi ining 83 degrees. >> who's that? >> 154 pound man. >> you just said that is a slight built man? >> a pally pocket. >> i don't know what the arverage is but that seems fine. >> so, you're 165. i guess i don't know what
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154-pound man looks like. >> okay. 155. mike, real quick. >> okay, you're 166? >> 155. >> well, you look the same as this one. i know a man who carries his weight on the mic and in the movies. >> that's it top five most excited i've been. the rap group that changed music forever and now his life is moving to the big screen with his son in the lead role. straight out of compton, we'll straight out of compton, we'll catch up i thought activia was for big digestive issues. until i realized our body handles a lot. 1,100 meals a year... 730 rushed snacks... add 300 stressful decisions... no wonder our digestive system sometimes acts up.
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form one of the most influential acts of all time, nwa. >> now, ice cube's life is hitting the big screen in "straight out of compton" a biopick he produced, starring his son, as a young ice cube. >> i got a baby on the way and a house i just paid for, i mean, you gave me your word. >> cube, would you just calm down. i'm just trying to give you what i want. >> now, i been done the work, i gave you the product. when a man does his job, he's supposed to get paid. >> ice cube, good morning. that is powerful. >> oh, i'm very proud. >> what are more proud of, the way this picture turned out or
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your son stepping up and doing this? >> my son. it's like a father, you're happy when your kid step up and i'm so proud of him and then i look and it's a movie about our group and i'm extra proud of that and so i'm proud on a thousand different levels. >> i was watching the movie last night. i'm a huge fan of yours and i was listening to "death certificate" in my office today. but what did nwa tap that time. rodney king, yes, but it was before that even. what was going on? >> i think we were speaking for a lot of people who felt voiceless and we were being brutally honest and a lot of entertainers at the time were having to put on masks and put on the goody tooshys image to be
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famous and there were a lot of people who loved and respected that. >> i remember when you left the group and people thought, what is ice cube thinking? in fact, in the opening of that album, you play all of these things that people were saying about you on the radio. so, how willing were you to put it all out on the table? >> i mean, we couldn't show everything because you're trying to shove ten years into two hours. >> that means part two is coming out? >> i hope so. but it was really all about showing our blemishes and as much as we can to give people a sense of what it was like in the time and we didn't just want to show the music or the group. we wanted to show why did we do that type of music, the environment we came from. so, we tried to display everything and i think we did a pretty good job of weaving
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everything in and out. >> your son looks like he has a little height on you. i asked you earlier how much did you weigh, you didn't answer. why? >> a real man don't answer how much he weigh. >> i'm not for a real man. when you came from 340 to this, you know. >> nothing wrong with that. >> ice cube, thanks so much. "straight out of compton" and it opens up august 14th. up next, break out star, put on a great show with meghan trainor, playing their song ♪ to the superhero legends, and the rubik's bros. to the sweet talkers,
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. charlie puth helped with the cors of one of the hottest songs. >> and now charlie and meghan trainor are hitting the road together. >> and first, a look at how it all started. >> and now, charlie puth. singer, song writer, producer, he was first discovered on youtube after posting covers of popular songs. ♪ his fame ski rocketed this year when he co wrote and sang "see you again", the song shattered records, scoring the most
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spotify streams in a single day. and climbed to number 1 on bill board top 100 and even collected two video music award nominations and he's produced a song featuring stevie wonder and keith urban. now, charlie is rocking the nation with his first ep "some type of love." they told us, make sure puth rhymes with truth and i said because he is the truth. how does all of this feel? >> that made me feel really good about myself, that intro. it is amazing. i like the dig holes on the beach. that's my thing and i was thinking while digging said hole, maybe i should go write a song in l.a. and marvin gaye was
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the first song i wrote. >> we need to go hangout in the sand. >> musical sand. >> were you shocked that your song was chosen for the "fast and furious" song track? >> i wrote it fore remember paul but i never thought of myself as an artist. i'm a producer, song hl %
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very unusual for me, because songs usual atake a little bit longer to write but -- i was just thinking to myself, what would vin diesel's last text message be and it was like, i'll tell you all about myself when i eventually see you again, whenever that is. >> are they all going to come in 10 minutes? >> no pressure on my album that will come out later this year and hopefully people will like it as much.
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that massive wildfire burning in clear lake rages on with no apparent end in sight. the fire has burned 65,000 acres since last wednesday. at least two dozen homes are destroyed along with two dozen other structures. thousands remain evacuated. the fire still just 12% contained. a really tough one getting that one under control. we'll have a look at weather and traffic after the break.
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traffic ck bay bridge sponr good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. as we get a live look at san jose, a few clouds starting to dot the sky. and we'll see more of that heading into the afternoon. also, temperatures a couple of degrees warmer than yesterday, topping out at 80 degrees. 73 degrees in san mateo. and some lower 80s for the north bay, topping out at 83, oakland, 73, and pleasanton, expect a high of 82 degrees. how's the traffic looking, mike? >> it's still there, kari. the toll plaza, but it's a little bit less as far as the number of cars here.
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look at that, the lanes are moving. look at your map, and overall, a pretty good tuesday morning over here at the bay bridge. the san rafael bridge has been a problem, but the earlier crash has cleared and recovery over toward the san rafael side. a smooth drive on the dunbarton bridge. and also south 101 toward highway 84, that's on the peninsula side, there's a crash that cleared late north of university. over here, san jose really nicely except 680 north. that earlier crash still has slowing. still activity there on the road. back to you. >> all right. thank you. and thank you for joining us, as well. another local news update in half an hour. have a good morning. because 100% whole grain oats are incredibly good for you. because they're heart healthy because they're good for kids. and granddads and everyone else in the family. everything we do is because of what really matters most. the goodness of oats
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and the people we love. taking a look at the headlines. an outbreak of legion air's disease has claimed the lives of seven people in new york city. health officials say they're taking this very seriously. more than 80 people have been diagnosed with the disease which is caused when water contaminated with a certain bacteria is inhaled in the lungs. the bacteria were discovered in a bronx hotel and hospital equipment. >> mortgage costs have declined 7% over the past year and now average at $1847 on a $200,000 loan. analysts suggest home buyers compare at least three options wfr deciding on a lender. and sharing is a good thing unless you're talking about an
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amazon prime membership. the company has new rules saying new subscribers will only be ail to split them between two adults who must authorize each other to use their credit or debit cards and then they can add four children. the move may be aimed at reducing the number of shares accounts spurring people to get their own. >> delta airlines announced monday it would no longer accept animal trophies like lions, elephants, and rhinoceros. the move comes after an american dentist killed a well-known lion inbabwe last month. toy maker ty inc. has created a cecil the lion beanie baby to raise funds for animal conversation efforts. they hope it will give comfort to all those saddened by the loss of cecil. and let's get a check of the weather from mr. roker, who is standing downstairs. >> thanks so much. let's show you what we've got going on for today. risk of strong storms in the
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central plains and the northeast coast into new england. wet weather in florida. not as bad as it's been, and we have more sunshine out west where they really could usual, especially california, they need that rain desperately. for tomorrow, we have more sunshine out west. the showers and thunderstorms stretch from the plains, slight risk in the central mississippi river valley. things clear out in the northeast. got some rain in the mid-atlantic coastal region stretching back on into the central appalachians. look for sunshine with hit or miss thunderstorms along the good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. temperatures are in the 60s. all across the bay with a few more clouds mixing in with some subtropical moisture rolling into the bay area. and it'll be a slight chance of a shower or storm near the coast. otherwise, we'll see dry conditions and highs reaching into the 60s and 70s. the north and south bay will be in the lower 80s as well as the tri-valley today. seeing a high of 83 degrees with a mix of sun and clouds.
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we'll have some warmer weather the next couple of days. >> and that is your latest weather. >> thank you, al. it's one of most difficult decisions parents and kids have to make, choosing a college. >> princeton review is out today with the best 380 colleges, 2016 edition. ranking the top schools of all kinds of categories. rob is the senior vice president and publisher. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> let's start off with great financial aid category. princeton university. >> we have heard of this school before. we may not think it's a great value, but $55,000 sticker price, $44,000 in financial aid. >> when we talk about need blind schools you can explain that, but the university of richmond on the smaller scale. >> only 1% of all four-year scales are need blind. they treat everybody fairly when it comes to financial aid. 2800 students, awesome school.
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$39,000 average gifted. >> great place. great school. let's move to the best classroom experience. franklin w.olen, a small school in massachusetts. how do you come at the classroom experience award? >> four different questions. how good are the teachers, we talk about the physical structure of the classroom. our classroom discussions and do you show up to class? awesome for engineering. only 330 students. >> number four, best classroom experience, clairemont mckenna college. where is nis? >> part of the clairemont colleges. five in los angeles, 35 miles out of the center of the city. awesome place academically, big favorite of mine. only 1200 students, but 8 to 1 student to faculty ratio. >> both parents and kids care about this. getting a good job. best career services goes to clemson university. >> and appropriately so. there are 17,000 students at clemson, a big school, but 71% of all clemson graduates will
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either have an internship or some sort of cooperative experience before they graduate, making them some of the most employable upon graduation. >> the university of illinois, my parents went there. yes, without illinois, no me. >> a fabulous place academically. two outstanding programs in business and engineering. career services center staffed by 20 full-time staffers alt illinois. >> also number one party school on the list. >> without question. you can work hard and play hard, no question. >> willie's alma mater, vanderbilt, happiness. the happiest school out there, as far as students are concerned. >> absolutely. how happy are you? that margin is wide, from in the classroom to outside the classroom. it's a great school. students say national makes it for their experience, plus this wonderful faculty that they have there as well. one of the most competitive in the country. >> beautiful school in the middle of a great american city. >> totally. >> also rice university in texas. happy kids there. >> 4,000 students at rice.
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big campus in the center of the city. >> let's move on to the best campus food. >> yes. yes. >> bowdoin college in maine. >> they have a down east lobster bake for all students. they have two main dining halls. they specialize in local produce grown in their own garden. >> number two is university of massachusetts. >> a huge school. 22,000 students. four main dining halls, 18 cafes. two food trucks for students. i have eaten there several times. it's spectacular. >> you go there for the food? >> you go for the food, you stay for the classes. rob, thank you so much. to see the top ten schools with the best financial aid packages and more rankings, head to "today." rankings head to today.com. up next, special guest, jenna wolf to help you get rid of that belly fat after ♪ no student's ever been the king of the campus on day one.
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fantastic meal right there. if you ever feel plobloeted. >> we work out our diet. do what you can, that's what i tell myself. i hate the gym. >> i know you do. we're going to start sitting in a chair. we're in a desk all day long. move your back all the way to had back of the chair. lift your left leg up off the chair and left and lower your leg a little bit. anytime you lift your legs up here, cameron, you're going to really engage this lower region. >> i ride my bike home pretty much every day from work. i get a little cardio but i want more power into my 6=tummy. >> so anytime you lift your legs, you're targeting here. i call these the apple pickers.
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you put two little weights in your hand, if you want to run. now i want to give you another move. this is a slow mountain climber. everything we're doing is targeting right here. we're engaging our core this way. don't let your butt go too far down or sag. and try to touch your right elbow and your left knee to your left elbow. see if you can knock out three sets of 20. you're targeting your core and this area right in here and the lower ab region. >> do five at a time and mix it with something else. >> and charlie puth performs his hit, see you again, after this.
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mr. charlie puth. ♪ ♪ it's been a long day without you my friend and i'll tell you all about it when i see ♪ ♪ you again you've come a long way from where we began ♪ ♪ though i'll tell you about it when i see you again ♪ when i see you again i can't believe so soon that you have to ♪ ♪ go i can't believe when i needed you the most way back over ♪ ♪ and hear those words give me
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all the strength i need ♪ ♪ give me all the -- it's been a long day without you my friend ♪ ♪ and i'll tell you all about it when i see you again ♪ ♪ you've come a long way from where we began i'll tell you ♪ ♪ all about it when i see you again when i see again ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, how do i breathe without you ♪ ♪ feeling so cold i'll be
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waiting right here for you ♪ ♪ so give me all, give me all the strength i need give me ♪ ♪ all so threat light guide your way hold every memory ♪ ♪ as you go and every breath you take will always lead you ♪ ♪ home it's been a long day without you my friend ♪ ♪ and i'll tell you all about it when i see you again ♪ ♪ we've come a long way from where we began oh ♪ ♪ i'll tell you all about it
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when i see you again when i ♪ ♪ see again ♪ oh, oh, oh oh, oh, oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh ♪ >> what great song. charlie puth, thank you sir. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc.
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>> and that's the executive producer a. >> and cathy lee make as an apeerps in one of them allegedly. >> but i'm not difficult. >> why show up if you're not going to be difficult. are you sick of this? >> are you tired of this? we're going to a group of d-c lawmakers
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including representative good morning, everyone, i'm scott mcgrew. a group of d.c. law make es, including barbara lee will visit the bay area to talk with leaders in technology. the congressional black caucus will be in san francisco to
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examine the lack of afric african-americans hired in silicon valley. meeting with companies including google, apple and intel. venture capitalists gathe d ed at the white house. an industry trade group will recommit to generating new opportunities for women and minorities. the national venture capitalist association tells the newspaper it's seeking long-term solutions for the diversity problems. just 11% of workers are female, 13% people of color. well, let's check your weather this morning. >> good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. a mix of sun and clouds today and a high of 80 in san jose. slightly warmer than yesterday. palo alto, 79 degrees, in the mission district, topping out at 67 degrees, a slight chance of some lightning near the coast. but then, the rest of the bay area will see some clearing this afternoon. in napa, high of 80 degrees, walnut creek, 82, and pleasanton also at 82 degrees.
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the warming trend begins tomorrow, and the heat peaks on thursday. mike? >> well, we've seen the peak of the commute, we had a tough spot, 101 at 680 is fine. let's look at the map north of there. we had a crash under 10 minutes ago. all lanes clearing now. capital expressway and heading up to mckee. that starts to see a quick recovery, a lighter flow of traffic there. san mateo still through 101 off of 92. the rest of the approach to the bay bridge, not a problem. a slow drive toward richmond, site of the san rafael bridge. but the bridge itself and the north bay, you're okay. back to you, scott. >> mike, thanks. >> we'll have another local news update in half an hour. see you then.
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